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THK HAWAIIAN STAK, SVU'RnAV. Jl'SB & 19U.
Change of Acts
il Emerson and Baldwin
2 Budd and. Clare
3 Chinese Quartette
4 Dancing Downelly's
5 Dottie Harris
6 s New Pictures
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from any point of view. The i
location Is within walking 0
distance of all amusements
and the shopping district. V
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81 6 Fort Street
139 Merchant Street.
A new stained glass papor
In perfect imitation of real
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Weekly Letter Of Von
The steHiiitfi "Ventura" brought lor
the von Hamm-Young Co. thin week
the Arm Kimol Kur truck over
brought to the IhIhihIw. This truck,
which is of the 1 1-2 to 2 ton typo,
was especially ordered by the Oithu
leu & Electric Co. iur Ice delivery
aiound town. It Is equipped with a
special ice delivery body, of a typo
which Is very popular on the main
laud. The motor Is capable of fur
nishing '10 h. p., and is equipped with
a governor which allows the car to bo
driven on the high near from 3 to 25
miles per hour.
Other cam brought In by tho Ven
tura this week include a shipment of
the well-known Cadillac cars. One
of these, a handsome phaeton is to bo
shipped to Mr. P. A. Romano, of KI
lattea, Kauai. Several of the popular
o-passenger touring cars, all equipped
vlth electric self-starters, electric
lighting system and all the latest
wrinkles of automobile accessories
were delivered to customers who were
anxiously awaiting their arrival, one
of them going to Mr. o. R. Olsetu. or
Knhuku, another one to Mr. W. D.
McCallutn of Honolulu and a third to
Mr. F. Anlehl of Wninlua. One of
tho cars just arrived is being held for
Mr. Alfred Castle, a special order hav
ing been received by letter from Mr.
Castle who Is to bo back in Honolulu
next week. Ho wanted to bo sure and
have a new Cadillac reserved for him
and have it meet him at tho steamer
on his arrival In Honolulu.
Tho Cadillac car is so popular on
tbe mainland that It Is almost Im
possible to get deliveries. Fortunate
ly by anticipating the Demand The
von Hamm-Young Co. were, able to
get a few more cars, which are now
op the way. When this shipment is
exhausted, however, It will bo very
difficult to get any more Cadillac
cars for some time.
One of the two pretty Overland 4
passenger touring cars which arrived
last week has been sold to K. Chilian,
Information has just been received
by the von Hamm-Young Co. that
the well known Stevens-Duryea cars
have met with such enormous success
that the factory Is obliged to put Ih a
new much larger plant to take care
of the tremendous increaso of busi
ness. The following Information regard
ing the new plant will probably be
of interest to local people.
"Water-proof lloors to prevent not
only leakage but the penetration of
oven dampness, and dust-proof con
struction throughout, are two of the
vnusual features which mark the ifew
fatovens-Duryea automobile factory
building. When completed the plant
will be one of the finest industrial
establishments In the world.
The buildings of the new Stevens
Duryea plant are all to be very large
In ground area, but restricted in
height, to save having to lift and
lower partly finished cars. Tho first
of the brick and steel structures, in
to which the company Is about mov
ing now, Is SOS feet long witli a front
tage of 80 feet on the broad boule
vard which is one boundary of the
40-acre tract the model Stevens-Duryea
plant will occupy, it is only four
stories high, but each floor lu.ving an
a'ea of 40,000 stpiare feet of avail
able spaco this one building gives as
much working room as many good
sized factories have all-told.
J. Frank Duryea built the first suc
cessful American gasolino car within
four miles of the new Stevens-Duryea
p'ant, and every Stovens-Duryea car
or "Duryea wagon" as they were
called at first, has been produced with
in the same radius of tho little shop
where ho made his early experiments.
In 1901, twenty cars were built by
the Duryea Motor Wagon Company,
predecessor of the Stevens-Duryea
Company, and the only recognized au
tomobile building concern In this
country at that time. Tho nuniUor in
creased steadily until for the last live
years tho annual production has nver
aged more than 1200 cars; and In the
meantime the number of motor car
builders has increased from one to
Tho expansion of tho Stovens-Dur-
ea Company has nlways been along
rather conservative llnes-r-wlilch Is
tho nioro remarkablo In view of the
fact that the company has Introduc
ed most of tho fundamental improve
ments la motor car construction. Tho
policy has been not to branch out un
til automobile standards became set
tled; and tlio concern was satisfied
Kith a plant of modernto capacity
while It was bringing out tho six
cylinder motor It was tho pioneer
builder of "sixes" and tho peculiari
ties of construction which it origin
al ed, but which have since become
fundamental in lino cars.
It Is proposed in tho now plant to
greatly enlarge tho company's body
building facilities. installlnu' high
piessuro hydraulic presses to make
Interchangeable parts of bodies so
that they can be standardized,
Tho design and noustruotlon of
the direct aupervlMlon or .1. Krnnk
DuryoB, who h been the Inventor
from the beglnuliiK and is now view
I evident of the S'tevciis-Duryen Cold
liti. The compHiiy took lt hyphen
i.ted name In 1900 when Irvlnn li.
Page, president and treasurer of tbe
.1 Slovens Arms & Tool Company, be
came active In the motor car Indus
try. He was president and treasurer
or the Stevent-Duryea Company un
til last June, when ho resigned as
president and was succeeded by 77.
11. Whiteside for years a conspicuous
figure In such industrial enterprises
as the Westinghoiifie Klectrlc and
Allls-Chnlmers Companies. Among the
ir.00 employees now in tho company's
service are several who assisted in
building the pioneer Duryea motor
The Kissel Kar, for wlflch the von
Hanini-Yonng Co. arts are agents, has
met with general favor In the Isl
ands. It Is an ideal car for pleasure,
as well as for business purposes. No
staunchcr car can bo found for cross
country runs, hunting, etc. it remain
ed for Mr. 1 P. Choate, Chicago
manager for the Kissel Kar Co., how-
over, to find a1 new stunt for the Kis
sel, which Is to say the least, very
remarkable. The report, which the
von Hamm-Young Co. received of this
stunt reads as follows:
"F. P. Choate, Chicago manager for
the Kissel Kar Co.', i.3 responsible for a
new story that Is appearing on auto
mobile row anil causing numerous
laughs. Manager. Choato declares ho
will take an oath as to the veracity
of this story, and ho challenges any
cno to produce a truthful one that is
"It seems that Mr. Choato and A.
13. Holmes were driving up In Wiscon
sin last week in a big CO horsepower
Kissel Kar. Manager Choato was at
the wheel. The roads were uncertain,
not to say bad. The car finally camo
to the top of a hill. At the bottom
was considerable water and much tall
dead grass. Mr. Choate hesitated.
'"Shall wo try It?' he asketV Mr.
-sure was tuc answer, "Let 'cm
"And Manager Choate then and
there 'Let er go.' The big car sped
down the hill and dashed through tlfe
water just as a flock of frightened
mallard ducks was attempting to "es
cape. The ducks were not as quick
as the car, however, for when the big
Kissel Kar finally reached dry land
two thoroughly dead mallard ducks
wore found in the tonneau.
" ' I wiv? more surprised than the
ducks,' said Mr. Choate. Tvo hunted
almost everything in the world, but 1
never before hunted mallards In a
motor car. The two we bagged were
nice am fat. Did we eat 'em? Well
I should guess. Wo had them broil
ed for dinner, and I never tasted any
thing better in my life." "
In a recent attempt at hill climb
IngV a Cartercar ascended an Incline
of 58 1-3 jier cent at Forest Grove,
Ore. In tho past tho Cartercar has
very frequently driven up a 00 per
cent incline which Is about 5 per cent
steeper than tho average car can
D. II. Hull, representative, qf tho
Cartercar Company on tho i'acilic
Coast, had arranged with some con
tractors to build an incline at Forest
Grovo and then, without having 'seen
it, ho took a party from Portland out
te show thorn what the Cartercar
could really do In hill climbing work.
Upon his arrival, ho was greatly as
tonished (o see that tho contractors
had made a mlstako and built tl)o up
right portions of tho wooden track
2 1-2 feet higher than tho blue prints
called for. This mado a 17 1-2 foot
raise in 30 feet depth, which mado it
a 58 1-3 per cent Incline
Mr. Hull would not back out with
out trying after h0 had gone to so
much trouble, theroforo proceeded to
seo what tho ear would do on so
steep a grade. To his pleasure and
tho surprlso or those who were with
him, tho car climbed tho grade with
little difficulty and, on repeated at
tempts, went to tho top with seven
passengers in the machine.
It Is said on the coast that this is
tho steopest incline any car has over
PARTIAL PARALYSIS BENEFITED.
Persons troubled with partlul par
alysis nro often very much benefited
by massaging tho affected parts thor
oughly whon applying Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. This liniment also re
lieves rheumatic pains. For sale by
all dealers, Ronson, Smith & Co..
ngonts for Hawaii.
First Churcn of Christ. Scientist.
Sunday .lonleir. Sumliiv schoo. hi'
9:1ft n. in. for oun people under
twenty tnr; inoii leriuon at II a.
111. Subject, "Chi istlnn Science."
Wedueadry tuning lefcllnionlnl
nieotiiias at 8 o'clock.
All services a hod ill the Odd
Koilow.V Building, Port ureo, whero
also u free reading room Is open to
the public dally ftom H a. m. to 1 p.
All are cordially invited.
"Home of Truth."
Christian Healing and Teaching.
1220 Kaplohml street, near Horetanla
Sunday service, II n. m. by Mrs.
M. M. Hunter-Jones.
Subject "What Wait Ye Kor?" "If
1 Walt, The Grave Is My House."
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Lessons on
esoteric nerve culture, by Dr. Weaver.
Thursday being the Ith of Ju'y holi
day, there will be no lecture until the
All meetings at - Tho Home."
All seeking to understand the Prac
tical Application of .lesus Christ's
teaching, are cordially invited to at
tend these meetings. Telephone 3923.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner of Beretrnia and Victoria
Sunday school at n: 4R a. m. Classes
for all ages, n special feature of the
school Is the Men's Bible Class. This
class is led by Mr. Cooper and very
Interesting discussions take place.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. by the
Pastor on the subject, "A Great Con
The Kpworth League Service at G:30
1. in. is to. be led by Miw. Charles
Nettle. The topic for the evening is
"The Permanence of Truth," and is
found In Daniel 12: l-l Rove'ations
The evening Service at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Smith has chosen for his sub
ject "Our Glorious Fouth."
A very cordial invitation is extend
ed to all to attend. Tourists and
strangers are especially invited.
Mr. Smith has made special prepar
ation and promises an interesting dis
course pertaining to Independence
Central Union Church.
Rov. Doremus Scudder, D.D., minis
ter; Rev. Anios .A Ebersole, associate
9:50 a. m., Riblo school. Mr. Wil
liam A. Howen, superintendent.
10:10 a. in., Adult Bible Class for
men and women, conducted by Rev.
F. S. Scudder.
11:00 a. m Morning Worship. "The
Hero Maker." 2 Corinthians 1:12.
C:30 p. in., Christian Endeavor
meeting. "Impressions of the Ser
mons of This Month."
7:30 p. in., Evening service Patri
otic service. "The Political Crisis
Facing Our Nation."
A most cordial invitation is ex
tended to all visitors and strangers
In the city to attend the services on
Sunday at Central Union Church.
Reorganized Church of Latter Day
Church on King street near Thom
9M5 a m., Sunday school 'with
classes for all ages. Adult class In
both Hawaiian and English. Lesson
topic, quarterly review. Also elec
tion for tho ensuing six months of
all S. S. officers.
11 a. in., morning worship in charge
of Elder Barrett and James Kanui
Preaching In both Hawaiian and Eng
lish. G:00 p. in., Zlon's Rellgio-Lltcrary
Society. Thoro will be election of
officers in addition to tho regular les
son and a musical and literary pro
7:30 p. m., evening worship. Ser
mon by Elder Barrett.
Also missionary meeting In the gos
pel tent on School street near Lili
ha street at 7:30 p. m. In chargo of
The general public is cordially in
vited to attend our meetings,!.,
FOSSIL CAMELS THE
SIZE OF GREYHOUNDS.
Tho lirst fossil camels ever found
intact in America are being set up
In the Carnegie Museum in Pitt. burg,
and curious little animals they arc, be
ing not much lr.rger than greyhounds,
with slender legs and long necks.
These skeletons were clothed with
fleeh ages ago, and existed in tho
Niobrara Volley in Western Nebraska,
whero Prof. O. A. Peterson of tho
Carnegie Museum and Dr. F. B. Loom
Is of Yale University found them.
Thc.ie fossil camels are tald to bo
tho remote ancestors of the modem
camels and dromedaries of Arabia and
Africn, and or the American llamas.
Bring 10 green stamps and one dol
,ar for a complete noy Scout Suit.
Green Stamp Store. Beretnnla and
. o. b. Honolulu
COST AND EF FI IENCY
SHOULD ALWAYS BE THE DETERMINING FACTORS IN YOUR
PURCHASE OF A MOTOR TRUCK. THEY NEED TO GO TO
GETHER. YOU WILL NOT HESITATE IN YOUR PREFERENCE FOR A
MOTOR TRUCK WHEN IT SEEMS TO SATISFY YOUR STAND
ARD OF EFFICIENCY.
YOU WILL, HOWEVER. GO SLOWLY IN BUYING SUCH A
TRUCK WHEN ITS PRICE IS WAY BEYOND YOUR EXPECTA
TIONS. NOW THE REASON THAT BUICK TRUCKS MEET SUCH A
READY SALE EVERYWHERE IS SIMPLY BECAUSE THEIR ABSO
LUTE EFFICIENCY HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED FOR YEARS BY REP
RESENTATIVE MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS. AND ALSO
BECAUSE THE PRICE,- OF THE VARIOUS BUICK MODELS ARE
MUCH LOWER THAN PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS EXPECT TO
PAY. Buick Service Satisfies all Classes.
The Von Hamm-Young
Company, Limited, Agents
PLATFORM TRUCK WITH STAKE BODY.
Wheel base 92
Length over all ... 1 2 ft. 6
Back of seat 88
Width inside 62
Height of rail AVi
Height of stakes 31
Height from ground to platform . 40
Stages outside and removable.
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