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A little study of conditions in the great CADILLAC factories
ydaich make possible the CADILLAC "Thirty" at
F" UI.I.V Ki'o of nil llic tuirts which enter into the coiKtriietion of .the
CADI I.I.AC "Thirl' aro iiinnufito.tuml in tlio Cmlillnu plant.
Tin1 ( iilillar Comjinii.v lnitintuim it own lirus ami iron foun
dries; its own pattern kIiojw; hIiwI inctul Hlmpv, machine, mIiujh;
fjaur culling plants; puintiup;, iiuiehiiur nml upholitcriut; ilcpartiucnK
It makes the magnificent motor mid it niukci even the little bolt, nuts
mid nip screws ivhioh go into tlmt motor nml thecal'.
It liinnnfuetuics its own tnuftnixsjions, its own rudiiitor, its own hood',
anil its own fenders.
Tlio Ciulillae Company operates its own tool milking deparlmeiit in which
are iirmli; all the rpociul jis tools and tlies need in the niumifueture of the
Every out! of tlio millions of pieces made each eiir passes thi-impli the.
haiids of it corps of trained inspectors whose watchword is precision and pir
Tin e.ptiilitiire for tool maintenance: tilono in the Ciulillae plant in a
single, year is .$ii(),()()0. ' - '
So acciiratrly is every part finished that thousands of pieces of akind
with thousands of pieces of other kinds, are Pent to tlio various einbling
departments and there united without mi 'much as the iii-e of tho ilBKt iilo or
There is no occasion for sicial "lilting.'' The limits of n(Biireilic!iN
in many parts of the Cadillac motor, transmission, etc., are spcvJ'icd to the
tiiic-thoiisiiuiltli part of an inch
lore than ."00 specially designed automatic Inlior-.wiiifr inaehiiies which
enable one man to do with greater accuracy the work of four or live or luaylio
ten, cut a tremendous figure in reducing cost on an output of ten thousand cars.
F. O. B. FACTOBY
Four Cylinder, 30 H.P., Shaft Drive,
T HAS always Ixeti admitted that the Cadillac was the mot perfectly
standardized car in tho world that its interchangcability of parts was
practically ab"olnlo t
Now' the pi int th.it achieves perfect standardization likewise products
the most perfect running car, provided, of courtc, the motor and the other vital
parts are competent.
Tlie Cadillac motor licars a reputation without Haw or tarnish. 'J'ueiity
thousand Cadillac; motors urc and hao lit en for four, live and six oitr-t operating
all irver the world, and fo far as we know not one has eer gone out of coiuiniv
The CADILLAC "Thirly" motor is direct heir to all the virtues of the
J0,00() other Cadillac motors which have gone before the iiiot jierfcct motor
the Cndillac plant has ever produced.
Hearing in mind the output of 10,000 ears and tin continuous force of
IJl'OO men and fiOO automatic labor- saving machines employed in making iheiu,
mid tho perfect standardization produced by manufacturing all the parts, jolt
will begin to uuilcr-taml by the Cadillac Company is able to build u high-grade
car to sell at ijU-100 a car which in all probability no other plant in the world
could build and sill for less than $i.'o()0.
The next step is to -co the ear (it will o.vtiil your highest cqieet'itiom ill
dignity, proportion and liehucss) to ride in it at any reaoiuible speed up to
."t I miles per Lour; to oviiiiine carefully the ingine and the uuichatiistn and
tht ti lo put it iulo active road competition with iinv higher priced car on may
Jf you will do this our ear is installed.
' Four of these popular cars have just arrived and'have been delivered to the purchasers; the owner of each is highly pleased with
its performance. Several further orders have been booked, and only two cars are available of the shipment due next month.
Place your order at once and secure early delivery
AGENTS, ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
0UPPLANT3 MERRY WIDOV.
London, Keli. 13. Tim "Amc'.io" li it
It tlio litest r.(Ia of nillluciy la I.mi
ilAn. It Mini'cs tlio popularity of tlio
lashlnnnhlo busby shape, which nt the
lit'Kliintnt; of the vvlntor completely
vanquished tlio iiiiich-utlvcrtlscd and
cnuriiiniiH Mcuy Wliltiw design.
Tho now Ap.itho stylo Is Binall nml
In many particulars resembles tho
liiisliy. It has tlio sumo bulging down,
lint (ho great OlnYrcnro Is In tlio hrlni
la the busby tho hrlni Is entltol
ilnvvnuuril. In tlio Apache It hap IIiIh
effect only en tho hack. In tho front
tho hrlni ruiiH diagonally up from thu
right tildo Just hcluw tlio earto tho
loft iiincti In tho nuyiiier of (Inlna
btiioughs or Panamas
This change, Blight though It maj
ho, makes nil tho dlffcrenco both" In
tho nppcuitinco of tho hut nml of Its
vvoaior. TIiIh now Btylo completely
nltcm tho appcaraiico of tho wearer's
face, giving to It n i.ikltli, devil m.ry
cnio look whllo tho ojos seem lo bo
hartlcned nml tho Jaws 111010 llrml
Hero's iino thnt vvns Hpiiiiig nt it re
cent mjcIiiI fiinctlun: "Hiiiinliilii Ih
the lichcst place In tho vvoild."
"It has n llljiuon.t Head, a Pearl
Ilniluir, Castles overyvvhero nml all
tho Cooks nio mlllluiinlrca."
The MntBtiu Navigation Conipa:ij'H
tte.fiuor i:nteiprlo. which put Into
IKiit this morning from tlio Hawaiian
lelnnds, iniido one nf tho luippiost voy.
nges thnt tho crow nnd tho passongciB
hno over exticrlcnccd. Tlio caiiBo of
nil tlio Joy nnd morry.ninklng wh duo
to a proud groom nml n blushing
hilclo. Tho vessel tossed nnd tho
gloom tried to encouiago nnd cheer.
Imt tho "lion Id" sea would not he stUl.
It whs certainly tin "uwful" situation,
lit least that Is whut tho bride form
erly Miss Itutli IUehnrilstin felt. 8ho
Ir ono of tho leading llglifB la society
of tho Islands, ii'liil, uf course, tho
many frlemls of the couple had to com
, giegnto nt the dock nml 'tip off the
event with pounds of ilce ami untold
numbers of old thoos,
So, when the Kntcrpilso put to sea,
tho whole crowd Know tho secret.
"Tod" (liianl, an Alnmeda hoy, U
the luck clinp who went tn the Ml
nml') sonal years ngo to iiork hhi
fortimo ami returned this morning
.ultli n chaunlns (laughter of the Isl
ands. IIIc.ii Bhowerlntr nml eveiy rink
knoiMi was plajed on tho couple, but
they Only 1-iughtvl nnd left the Milp
this moiuliig with the good will nf all
San I-riiitlscn Pont, 1'eb. 10,
Of Intro t Is tho following nccount
of n hitlHiii t bill nt Cannes, Frnuro.
The iicuunt It f om thq Kiirfipcim
cdit'o'i of tlio New York Herald:
Thriii wa:l a nit&t cajtyahlo ball
t!ie cl'ie- oenliiK at tlio Hotel till
r.ivllku, luvlt itlims to which wero
extemlM liv t ir tiroprlctor, Mr. Ilor
g'l, lo a l.lr;;e uttinher of vIsltorB anil
icildcnt , Iniliidlug Colonel anil Mis.
Stuart. ' Lady litnvon, Colonel l.uby
nnd the MliM-es l.uby, Major General
SI. It. Macilonald nml Lady Mno
tlonald, Mr., .Mis. and tho Misses Cot
ton, Dr. Cut. Dr. nnd .Mrs. Olnncr,
Captain Unmsny llrush, Mrs. nnd
MUt ShOpard, Mrs and Miss llcwot
fctui, Mlti llcifn. MN4 I'arkor, Mr.
Miijnnl. Mi Cosni'l. Miss ItlddotC.
Cclourl nnd Mis. .irstln, Mr. tiinfl
tin, M end Mmo Cavnlll. Colonel and
Mis. Mo-ilcll, Mis. Chlihcster, Mr..
Mrs. and MIja rcllowes, ueiiernl
U wyiine, Cnptnln und Mrs. Jnmo4,
MIsj Daiurll t)ah, Miss Alice lledo
liiPiin, nnd Mr licit Several of )lin
Anio Ic. n nfiliori ftont tho Verinilat,
whl.li Is Ijlar nt lllefraiahe, came
titer to Cannuj tpo:lnlly for the ball,
anil entered heartily Into the clauc-
flir uaiianlnlhl ..f I li a aiIII... H-ltl
..M. i fk...lll u. VI. n ...... I. Ill, .ll.n
nun U '1J ll'll) mill Bpillllll 11I1IU,
ami was k'l by Mlts Hcilomnnn ahil
Lletitcr. int Almon nf thn 23d ChaH
Goiirr, and Mies Shepnrd nm Mr.
narslla Tho ballroom was tastefully
decorated with festoons, nnd the hut
lot w.i3 supplied with a profusion of
light rcfiothments, The ball was a
Thn Piluceat Knlanlanniile's recep
tion In honor of wlicun l.llluokalanl,
which ominiMl In Whshlligttm on
February tenth, nftlJe 'rWlitenca of
the Hawaiian' lieleeW, 1ilO Massi
ehusetts ave'nile.'"w'as h brilliant nf
falr attendd li' th fiqwer' oi AVnuli
Ington soclet'. The' cdio-scli6mo of
the rooms was1 purplo dncl jrcriow- -tho
royal rolorit and the' t'ab was
exquisitely ililr-nrntelf,' 'cerfterpleto
of purple anil jel'ow orchldt attract
In1; nil ejes, nnd the chnmlellor was
foitooacd in orchids tied with lilg
bows of yellow anil purple satlu. Uu'U
the Ices, sweets, and caiulles wero In
purplo nml yellow, nuil the .urcu,
tho Princess, and those assisting, in
cluding Mrs. (Icorgo MlCIcIIiui, who
Intnxlilted' the gM3ts,, wore whlto
laro over white s.tttn ro as not to
ntct-R'fe with 'tfio Ctllor-schchic. .Mis.
()alrell, who p'oured chocolate, wore
a llght-blKe clotN cbn'rl'cOon. Mis.
1'. M. Hatch win In it tnllctto of the
ta'shlouiiblo on ton ttiho nild ilbturd
hat with long Ostrich feathers ' Shu
presided ovct- tho tliamil.ighd frappe.
tho i.ucti, dtrttcly add clegnllt, fuado
n charming Improsnlfiii ahil tfo Prln
c6m iniilicil Itiiily In her lifciomliiK
iaeo toilette. A htrlng drchestra
I-H j ! tllrutlghoift the tiftcrtibon.
' v ''
Tho following clipping was sent in
by n well-known Bocloty belle:
Miss Mmjorlo tloiiht may effect it
icforin In ill ess for tho girls of moiety
by her pcrslnence In gowns of stud
ied simplicity. Mien Gould wry well
knows that sho Is rccn nt licr best
In frocks nlmost bnio of elaborate
trimming. Her 'favorite material Is
whlto satin, and shu was worn It al
most exclusively at the opera ami
nil tlio vnrlous affairs nt which sho
has been a guest. All her frocks aro
marked for their simplicity lit lino
and decoration. Hor example. Is be
ing followed by tunny debutantes,
and tho tendency Is bound to spread.
Not nil girls, however, show to best
advantage. In simple frocks, nnd thoso
who are not favored In face nnd form
In a degree approaching Miss Gould
will net thnnk her for making ilm
plltlty tho ruling note m dress for
tho buds In Boclety. Still, liapplb,
tho present fashions load themselves
readily to arlniid modifications, and
It Is open to every girl to luol lier
prcttlest without violating ono of thu
prevailing rules of smart attlie.
I shall be glut! If this Is true, for
ofton too often aro to lie seen Dl
lecttitres on Impossible, figures,
Tho dlrcctolre gown Is doomed, bo
:.ay tho Pnrltf couturleis, anil by next
full u now fashion, which will ro
Wo tho Units Mtlnzo basket dies.
Will ho the mode Tho seatihaid gown,
which Is a modification of the dli'ee-
tolie gown. Is now In oguu. This It
'practically as foim-tlttlng ns Its prcd-
ecv-isors, but tncluilca an in cm skirt
Which linngs to the knee.
The diessmakeis hope, to work Into
.(he new fashion from this. However,
jit will be illlllcult. n the dlt.'ctnlio
rowii Is M.'iy much the favorite with
wouiqn, especially ulonder women
I Tho Inula iulrtzo Inskrt gown hai
I great lloiuues itp pufls on thu hlp-i
nuil the bodlco icacbes fur down to a
point. A modification of this tlo
was In vogue In 1880, but has not
brcn fashionable since. I
Tho transformation,, of ciunse, ls
to be gradual During the (oialngl
siimmci tlio wnlsts will gradually
grow longer, tho bottom of tho ultlrU
grow wider, ami tho hips bo draped,
and tho harkct gown will bo evolved i
by tho beginning of tho fall Benson.
It Is n most curious fact Hint ovcul
the most hklllc-d women ilrcssmit.ers i
of Purls admit that they would lo I
lost but for tho Inventive! (acuity of J
man in tho way of feminine, cloth
ing. These lunlti creators tiro em
ployed by the foiemost firms at from
$.101)11 lo $10,000 u year.
Of course. It is to tho advantage
of dressmaking tlmis to change slylea
frequently, but tho evolution cuji bo
iikoii, pllshcd only very slowly and
vvltli great tact. Tho mcirVxccI In
leading women Into new styles grad
ually, hut Mircl), h) Inventing tlio
Intel ventng stcph between thn i old
nuil- tho new fashions.
.Mlaa Power, the acknowledged lead
ir In lino millinery In this city, will
bold her Hpilag millinery opening no'
Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Thursdii,
when rlic will exhlb't t icrtonally t,o'
tctoil number of Imported lints suit
able for HoikIIiiIii wear Hint will be iu
voguo on the inilnlnrd during tho com
lug spring and miniincr. The mllllii
cry opcirlng will bo held In Miss Pow
er's parlors In tho Boston building.
Ioi t strett, nml ull ladles are cordial
ly Invited to attend
Tho Plcnsunton Hotel will hoon
begin their Improvements In the
shupo of nti up-to-date npattiiicnt
house nt tho rear,
SUNDAY AT FIRST
Sunday services nt the Klrst Meth
odist Hplsrop-tl Church, turner llcic
tniilii nventio mm Miller rtrcct, Itcv.
.lohn T Jones, ptstor. Sunday
school ,10 a. ni ; Arthur Itobblns, su
perintendent The pastors lllhle
class will meet at that hour. Young
men desiring a gcucral knowledgo of
tho lllhle are urged to Join this class.
Sermon by pastor, 11 o'clock; sub
ject, "Tho Christian Unco." Hccop
Hon of new incmheis. Kpwoith
League, f.-.ti) p. in.; Hiiojctt, "Shep
bcrilH nml Hirelings."
livening worship, 7:'IQ o'clock; spc
cliil fermon will bo delivered by the
pastor to the Knights of P) thins of
the fit j, who will attend tho Be nice.
In a body The middle secjlon of
pews In tho nudltorluin will bo lo-i-crveil
for tho Order, All members
of the Order aro urgently requested
to be pit sent. Subject of the soriuon.
"True Manliness." Music in chnrgt
of 1'iiif N M, Lewis,
The Cuaiterly Conference will be
held Monday evening, Hov. John V.
Tho annual meeting of the Hawai
ian 'Mission of thu Methodist l'plsc.o-
1 al Church will be hold next week,
beginning Wednesday, 9 a, m., mid
toutlniiliig until Sunday evening,
lllshop ('has. V Smith will preside.
Thu public Is cordially invited to
tlieso services Tourists, strangeis,
toldleis, and sallois will be made wcl
sermons for lent i
, On Siuiila) ovenliu's nf Lent lllshop
ttcstnrlck, us has been his custom
heretofore, will deliver n special scries
of seimons at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
The general subject will bo the funda
mentals of the Christian icllglou as
found In tho statements In the Apos
tles Creed. hTo Intention of the Dish
op will be to confirm ami strengthen
faith In Christian verities Tho sub
Jccts will ho: '""-stSia
l'oluiurj 2S Dlvlno Pcrsonallt)
"God tho rather Almlght), Maker of
March 7 Itoudat Inn. "Jesus Christ,
Ills only Son Our Lord."
March H Redemption. "Suffered
ruder Pontius Pllato, was crucified,
dead nnd burled."
Match 51. Tlio Intermediate State
nml tho Wider Hope. "Ho descended
Mnich 28 Man a Responsible He
ine. "Ho shall como to Judge both
the quick nml tho dead."
April I Tho Work of tho Holy
Ghost. "I believe 111 tho Holy Ghost.
tho Holy Catholic Chinch."
CAN A MEDICINE 0E A
An lnhfitloa (or
Or.toUn. U m Boon to Aithmallco.
Dili It not wwiaui. .Bll.tobr.lh. lit m
rm.lr f.r dlM.ua of tli. brcOilaif org.b. Iban
to Uk. tli. ntklr Into tli. aluiD.cUl
Crr.olrtie cur, b.iit. Hi. .Ir. rnJerMt
l(inlr .nllillii, ll r.rtlea oft Hi. dlmHil
utlu. lth .nrr brf.lh, lilif proliu4 oo4
coiuunt trMi It U Inr.lu.M. to umlb.r.
wan im.n cuiMir.iu
ThiM. of . t'on
will Slid lium.aui. r.ll.t
frunl Couf li. ur lnfl.oi.4
puuJltlon it O.I. IhriMt,
iMna p.Mt.1 tot &
1H tulton SUMt,
iTV omP M
Central Union Church Illhlo BChool
nt S 5a, Clifton II Tracy, supcrlutcii
dent, lesson for the day "The Rospcl
in Samnrln. Men's l.cuguo 'llble Clasi
at 10, under the dl'ic'lnii of tlio ns-
tlstaiit minister, rubji'i t. "Jimiub" At
, lltude tnwiiid the Sahbith". Minidnt;
worship nt II; hoi mini by !te. Chne
1 V Polo of lUiitoa, Mass "The New
Man" Anthem by the clioins choir
l PtanUn I.lvlugeion. dhectoi. "Hod so
Loved the Woild (Stalner)- duet, "The
Lord la My Shephcid" JI 's C S
WeUlU an I Mrs H A Mott-Suiith.
ClirMHnn Knde.-H'iir lit fit'ls fuibjcot.
"Home Mllonsi- -PriTint Day Plo
nror Ifh ler Mts Carah n Hall
Pw limit worship ! 7-3rt: "Klrst I.eu
ten Suuday evening Under tho aim
plccs ot the Mert'a LgRgtie"; subject of
that has lived and grown In popular
ity for thirty j carry nnd demonstrated
Its wortll b actual cures of female Ills
In thousands and thousands of Ameri
Any fair minded, Intelligent person
will emphatically answer NO' Such a
medicine Is I.ydla H. Plnkhhm's Vege
table Compound, made from roots and
herbs, nnd Its over Increasing popular
ity Is duo to actual merit alone.
Till: COI.UM111AN Is duo to arrive
todny from Seattlo nnd Taconin, and
the Arlzoiun from Snn Kratirlioo on
Monday, The Arlmnan will luliig n
laigo number of ravnlr horses mil a
big shipment of pigs for tho local meat
market. Included In her 2"00 tons of
fielght, sho will bring ZOO tons of
(fluent She will also hire the New
Yo k via Tiliuiintepic fielght
the aildioHs. "Thn Prerent l)a Pas
tlou I'or the Ileal," Hpeclnl nmslc
1 tlunrtc-t, "God Who Madeth Ktrlli
anil Heaven" Mrs. Macknll, Mrs
Welght. Mr. Wall, Mr Livingston :
Polo. II P Wlchnin'n; 3 Authciu, "O.
Por Iho Vi'Iiikh of the WornliK! " (Mi n
deltohn) A must co dljl lniiiiun
if evtfnle.l to all to nttend the-
vIcps Tho men of Honolulu are es.
peclally Invited 'to these Lenten Sun
day ciculng sen Ices,
por eatlnc, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
W m -
Hijuitiwl r n. r.u.tomc
Breakfast Cocoa, X-2 lb. tins
Maker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For S.t. by Lf.oioc Grort In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U. ?. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Oun. Made on the Soot.
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HOTEL NEAR UNION.
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