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HONOLULU STAiTDULLETTN, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 0V,
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC FORGES
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Chic, Exclusive, Distinctive
MODES
In Millinery at the shop of
MISS POWER, Boston BIdg.
Life, Fire, Marine,
Automobile, Tourists'
Baggage or Accident
Insurance,
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CJovtnifir Cdge of Xew Jerser is
sted a proclatoation urging cnllfetroent
TJTERE will gather the Captains of Industry planning
for' a better distribution of the world's, goods -con-. ;
I scious ipf the past achievements of the Associated Advertising
t Clubs of the Worldand confident of their ability to shape
i'th crrrrartrt nf
V- of the General Public they serve. ' : - r
--Sincere men will gather in St. Louis this year; to sip the
cup of "accumulated Imowledge xturning to their: own .
-life-work better equipped to serve themselves and humanity.- A:
.J'.f,. lVH for tntonstiai literature, mddnaint . . : . , " . , . ;
- CONVENTION BOAMJ Mejcar ie Club Bldg.; ST. LOUIS, MO?'':
fikc
centero
T(kiefjromZ?0per
Dctu. ooo72ooms:
tioihe
itiops
cuiataiiway stations.
HdeasoTiableTddes.
emmtUam&Woocb
- . '
Silk Goods
? in Crepe ahcLChi
0Do shot en"
' Hotel St.; near Nuuanu
in the National Guard regiments of
tte States.. :! - '
p i
ffit m?crVfrr fnrr nf ar1vrf??ncr fn trti tiMH
(By AsocUtd Fvwsl
PrEUTO. PLATA. Dominican Re-
public. Ext?nivp repairs oh the Do
minican CVntral Railroad, connecting
this port with Santiago,- in the heart
of the rich CI baa country, have, been
commenced In accordance with the de
sire of the militar government to
have transportation between these
points brought up to a satisfactory
basis.
Tons of tobacco and coffee and
cacao, the accumulation of a 'year, re
main unmoved at-Santia?o while there
has been practically no freisht moved
inland by rail from here since August.
The" railroad, owned by the Republic,
has! for years operated at infrequent
and uncertain intervals.
Changes to Reduce Grade
- The engineers are now working on
two deviations from the present route
which" will reduce the ;rade from
twelve per cent to a maximum of three
per cent. These grae. reductions will
eliminate the necessity,, for racks.
vrhfci ' heretofore, cave Eeefc used.
afldv'vill make traffic both quicker
and - more certain. The lotomo'tives
ana railing stoc aiso are to ne put
rai usaoie conaition ana wnen tnese; available for many large public and
etianges and repairs are made it is ex- private projects.
peeled that the road will be in more since the American occupation
servicable condition than at any time there have been many Inquiries re
since the construction. gardinf lands and large tracts have
Only on one or two occasions has , been bought np In the Cibao chjefly
the road ever been operated profitably , for the growing of tobacco while in the
and Jhen not for long periods.- General-1 SoulhernT'part " of. the Republic much
ly it has been a heavy expense to the
goverhment wtcn it was in operation
and long periods of idleness due to
revolutionary .operations have made
repair and upkeep charges heavy.
Other. Improvements Commencing
Other extensive Improvements are
in course of construction here and
with a stable government are expect
ed ,to rush to completion without un
necessary delay. 1 he new 400-foot
wharf which the government is build
in? at a cost of $1:50,000 is well under
way. and when completed will be the
finest harbor improvement in the Re
public. In addition to the wharf a new
cttitom house tos cost $56,000; W. to r be
bailt at the entrance of the dockJ The
(dock Is to be 414 feet long and hlps
drawing not mere - than 20 feet of
water caritome,up olotig either side.
Engineers are at work' on the de
velopment of a hydro-electric, project
on; ihe ' Yaqoe river, near -Santiago,
which' .. when completed -i will furnish
electricity for' Santiago ; Sloca,' J La
Vega and PuertoPlata; the our princi
pal cities of the Cifcao and north coast
With the exception of San Pedro de,
Maccrls and Santo- Domingo City San
tlago and Puerto Plata are the only
cities in- the Republic now having
electric lighting service? ' .
. Other juDlic- improvements that are
to pe immediately undertaken- incldde
the? tehuildlng of, bridges on the rOad
from Santiago to lilonte CtistL Seven
bridges on this highway er burr.ej
by the revolutionists last spring to
check the advance f United States
Marines.
American Occupation Helped
In the southern part of the Island
work has been commenced or is about
to be on several projects. Bids hare
been asked for the building of the
first sixteen, kilometers. This road J
will also connect with one now under
construction from Macoris to . Hato
Mayor, a distance of twelve kilo
meters.
The foundation of a new 100,000 cus- '
toms house at Santo Domingo City
has alreidy been laid and work on the
new municipal buUding in the capital,
which has .been almost ten years in
building and which bas been interrupt
ed frequently by revolutions, has been
resumed and thebuilding probably
will be occupied, VI thin six months.
Other projects; Including the , erec
tion of several government .buildings
to take the plicer rented! 'Quarters',
are beinz nlanflek) now that a' stoo
ha . Iuin nut tv PVn1nHnn nnrl with
the-continuance order thrpughont
the country funds' 'are being madeJ
land is being purchased to be planted :
to sugar cane. Several large invest-,
men ts of Porto Rican capital have!
been made chiefly sugar lands while
the same interests' have made preli-
nary plans for the establishment of a
bank in the capital with a branch at
Macoris.
Every Bit - of Dandruff " Disap
, p6S'rand;!Hair Stops"'
r: r;r ?JDomiTm out:
. Try his! Tour rHairl Appears
- Glossy; AbondanV Wavy v
V : and Beautiful : " -
r
I Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair Is mute evidence of "a neglected
scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf.'
There is nothing so destructive to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of Its lustre, its strength and Its very
life; eventually producing a' feverish
ness and Itching of the scalp, which
If not remedied causes the hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die then the
hair falls out fast; ' A little Danderlne
tonight now any time will surely
save your hair;
Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderlne from any drug - store or
toilet-counter, and after the first appli
cation your hair will take on that life,
lustre and luxuriance which is so beau
tiful. . It will become wavy and fluffy
and have ' the appearance of abund
ance, an Incomparable "gloss and soft
ness; but what , will please yon most
will be after Just a few weeks use.
when you "will actually see a r lot ol
fine, downy hair new , hairgrowing
all over the scalp. V? . x
Danderlne is to the hair what fresh
showers of rain and sunshine are' to
vegetation. It goes right to the roots,
Invigorates and strength ens' them.' Its
exhilarating': and life-producing, prop
erties canse ihe hair to grow long,
strong and beautiful. Adv.
TO TEACH COOKING
AS IT IS DONE BY COOKS
OF UNITED STATES ARMY
DENVER Colo. The Housewives'
League Is to' show Its members and
other., women of Denver how to cook
as the cooks of the United States
army understand the culinary art
A class of army cooking has been
arranged, Mrs. Charles H. Jacobson,
president of the league announced, and
the manual for army cooks, supplied
ty the United States government, will
be used as a text-book. .
Instead of portions -for four or six
or the number, of the ordinary family,
the -women will learn how. to cook
for sixty or 100 persons and how to
prepare appetizing dishes from the
dried and canned foods that are the
soldiers' portion. -"And
If war doesn't come" said Mrs.
Jacobson. "and we don't become army
cooks, after the course , we will be
able to better prepare " for jchurch
socials and, banquets,"
Mrs. A. G.v Fish 'Will have charge
of the first-class. ,It: is planned that
each person-who takes the course
shall . agree to instruct a subsequent
class of ten women so that all in
Denver may have the opportunity to
learn government culinary methods
and economy in preparation of food,
That fellow certainly la a dub."
-For why!"
"I told him I bossed my wife and
he .went and told my wife." The
Lamb. , ..'; . .
TO CURE: COLD III 0I1E OAT
take LAXATIVE BROMO? QOlNfim .
(Tablets). t)mjIsts refand ncntj if '
STOPS DANDRUFF
POULTRY PRODUCE
MEATS
Territorial Marketing. Div'n.
Maunakea near Queen Phone 1840
PIANOS
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
1020 Fort St.
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
ORIENTAL SILKS
New Summer Styles.' in Ladies'
shoes;
1 Prices $5 & '
M A N U F ACTU R E R S' " S H O E
STORE,
1051 Fort-St,
. Enlargement a Specialty . ,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
. J059 Fort St. -
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8 port Coats
Mandarin Coats
8tdcklngs, Etc
S. OZAKI
109-115 No. King StrseL
DANCE
Our tuition does not merely teach
steps, It develop dancing ability and
lnSlvldualit. For ratfcs phons 3464.
N. E. MQNJO .
Moana HoteL 1
Pyrene Fire Extinguishers
Acetylene Light & Agency Co Ltd.
Correctly Designed "and Fitted '
THE CLARION, Fort Hotel 8ts
For any meal
Heat, Fish Delicatessen :
Metropolitan Meat Market.
Phone 3445
; ALLIS-OEAjMBERS V:
V MILL MACHINERY
HONOLULU IROri W'KS. CO.
Phone 1203- '. .
Quick Deljvery by motor
ICE
." .... ... ... . . - - .
From Pure Distilled Water
OAHU ICE CO Phone 1121
White Relgnskln Shoes for Ladles,
$7.60 a Pair
REGAL
Shoe Store, King & Hotel Sts.
Highland Swiss Chiffon
Note Paper
1 lb. box 60c
Envelopes to match
PATTEN'S, HOTEL STREET;
"Bur
Paper FastenerHand
: Model
A handy office appliance.
; Punches and , stamps pa
per leaves together in one
movement ; requires no
accessories. Nickeled sur
face. Price $2.50
HAWAIIAN HEt'S CO.
PHOTO
Gaso-Tonic
Dress
Suits
CALL UPON
CASTLE & COOKE, Limited
General Insurance Agents
Fort and Merchant Streets
THIRIIFT
Thrift is efficient saving and speiding of forces given us.
Get something to spend by saving jaow at our
SAVINGS DEPAETMENT
Bank
of
Fort and Merchant Sta.
HAWAIIAN TRUST C0.r Ud.
' t 1 ' Stocks and Bonds,.:" e,;v:.
Real Estate ' - Insnraxice
; : ; ; Safe Deposit Vanlts ; : "
Authorized by law to act as Trustees, Execn-
tors, Administrators and Oaardbs. ;
v3
c. mm & co.
: ; (LIMITED)
SUGAR FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
V shipping: and insurance
' AGENTS i'
; FORT ST, HONOLULU, T. H..
f tlst of Offlcira and Dlrtetortr
' E. F,; BISHOP.. y.;Prssldsnt
: 6 M. ROBERTSON... ; . . '
Vice-President and' ManaQsr .
R IVERS " m . t .
- Vice-President and-Stcrttary
'a. GARTLEy; . . Vice-President
: E. A. R. ROSS. . J.. . Treasurer '
GEO'. R. CARTER. . Director j
",C. H. COOKER... ....plrertor r
. J. R. GALT. ... .. .... . Director
R. A. COOKE. Director
D. G. MAY.... . . .... Auditor j
Ltd.
: '" Fort Street, near Queei
.Transacts a general Banking
r Business.- ; .r.-y I r-'-::'
Invites your account and guar
antees safe and efficient service.
Exchange. Letters of Credit and
Travelers : Checks Issued - oi
principal points.
Cable Transfers
MONEY GROWS
when you save and deposit it with
us. We pay 4 per cent ; interest.
BISHOP & CO.
The National City Company
New York
San Francisco
INVESTMENT BONDS
H. A. BRUCE :
200 Bank of Hawaii BIdg. Tel 1813
FOR RENT
Electricity, gas. screen in all houses
2-bedroom house in town; $22.
4-bedroom house; garage; $30.
Stores; Maunakea sL, $270.?
J.H.SCHNACK
842 Kaahumanu St. Telephone 3633
Insurance
6. F. DILLINGHAM CO, LTD.
, PHONE 4915 '
Fire, ' Life, Accident. Compensatlo
SURETY BONDS - -
I : 7 p.H. BURNETTE ,
79 Merchant . f;, j Phone 1843
Bank of
HonMulii
Hawaii,
Ltd
flleKaniler &
Baldwin i
Limited f''
V , Sugar Factors; 1
i Commission Merchants
L Jand : Insurance ; Agents
- ' - . '. - , . ."."i . : '
Agsnti or '-:X' '
Hawaiian Commercial Jb Sugar;
. Company. ;.'
Haiku Sugar Company. ''"
.. Pala Plantation Company.' " t
Urnnl Agricultural Company. . v.
' Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company. , .
McBryda Sugar Company. . '
Kahului Railroad Company.
Kauai Railway Company.
Kauai Fruit Land Co Ud. V
'Honolua Rajoch. -v. '
THE YOKOHAMA-SPECIE .
BANK, LIMITED..-- v
Capttal sab scribed ..yen 43.0U0.000
Capital pafd up. . . . .yea J0,000,00
Reserve thai .......yen 1000,000
.'. S. AWOKI, Local Manager
LIONEL E. A. HAET ;
Campbell Block Phone No, tiZi
MINING AND OIL SECURITIES
'. OFFERS INVESTORS 20 TO -80
PER ANNUM ' ? V -
E.C. PETERS
210 McCandlesa BIdg.
Honolulu, T. H. - , ,
Stocks, Bonds, Securities, Loans
Negotiated, Trust Estate
- - -Managed.' ,
J. Fi MORGAN CO., LTD.
.STOCK BROKERS".
Information Furnished and Leant
;:- Made, r
Merchant Street Star Building
Phone W72 v '
HOME INSURANCE-COMPANY OF
. HAWAII, LIMITED. V ;
II Fot Street ' Telechone tS23
PACIFIC ENGINEERING ;
COMPANY, LIMITED
Consulting, Designing and Cerv . ,
; -cstructlng- Engineers.
Bridges, Buildings: Cortorete tme1
tures. Steel atnictures, Saoitarv 8rs
tems. Reports and EU males . oo Proj
ects. Pnone 1045. K - :w -r
CHOP SUI ;.-;; ..-K-;'
13 Nortff Klng ttrsst -(Between
Maunakea ad SmHh) --.'
Call and see our brand view CHOP
SUI HOUSE Everything Neat 'j '
:-r . i . and Clean ' : :, T : '
Tables may be reserved by phone, '
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