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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 05, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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Chalmers-Detroit "40" $3,750; Roadster
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Chalmers-Detroit "40" $2,750 ; Touring Car
We will soon have for delivery:
30 H.P. Pony Tonneau
30 H.P. Touring Car
40 H. P. Pony Tonneau
and a 40 H.P.
.Automobile buyers might lio pardoned If tlicy fait
a llttlo bit bowltdcrod right now, Tlicro are so many
now cam being announced and so many radical
claims being made for them that buyer's aru apt, to
bo a llttlo up in the air. ' . - ' 1)
The averago automoblla buyer lo ery largely' ctt
tho mercy of the manufacturer, bocauso ho. doesn't
know nearly as much about what ho'ls trying to buy
as tho other man docs about what he la trying to sell.
The average buyer you may as well admit It has
not had the technical training, 'nor tho experience,
that would malto him capable of judging whether a
now model really was a Good ono. , i ,,
Ho must depend upon someone else. Dut who?
Tho dealer? Ho Is prejudiced. Tho maker? 'Ho.l.i
prejudiced. Tho record of tho" car? Yc3,' by - all
means. If the car has a record. The public? Yea
again, If tho public has bought a car In quantities and
Whllo tho horso may bo passing, yet Horeo Scmo
la still as bread and water to us.. Hero is n bit of It
that will appeal especially to any who aro bowlidoroI ,
by tho many claims now being made.
Ycu can't make a mistake If you buy a ear of estab
lished reputation a car that hat stamped upon It a
big, successful, reliable name a car with' a record
a car that the people have bought, In quantities. . ;,
Von might mrko n mlrtakp buying soma other kind
of a car. , A new car may bo n good car, but no ono
knows that It Is until It haa been thoroughly tried
I'copio of the United States havo spent millions of
dollars for motor cars. Thoso people really havo
made purchasing an easy mutter for you. when you
stop to think of It. Why not profit by their exper
ience? You tuko no litis when you buy a Chalmers-Detroit
car. Our cars lmvo made good for years. Thousands
uf owners havo proved "them for you. Think what
they havo dono to prove thcnuiclvcs.
In two seasons of motor contests Chalmers-Detroit
stock cam havo won 89 flrrt, 32 seconds and 21
thirds. "Motor Ago" records give Chalmcrs-Cctrolts
tltlo of tho chatnp(on cars of tho car.
You do not want a racing car. Neither do wo. Wo
havo novcr b.illt ona.
We iinvo not gone Into rncos merely' for tho fun
of It. It fs simply a cold dollars and cents proposi
tion. Wo havo gone Into contests because wo bolleved
that was the best way to prove our cars.
A man might say ho was tho best Marathon runner
In the world. Ho might (-how you that he had a
'.rep chest, mid strong legs, and that his wind wn.i
good., and give you other reasons for thinking ho was
n good Marathon runnel', hut unless ho actually went
Into competition ngalnat other Marathon runnors and
defeated them, you would havu n right to doubt his
claim of being tho best.
The enmo Is truo of cars. It Is easy to claim that
n certain car Is the best car made, or that it i the
host rcr nt the price. It Is ensy to advance plausible
orgumrnls to support such claims, but the one unas
rallablo p:oof is that nt performance.
Wu spent, last year, n good mnuy thousandi n(
dollars in automobile contest. Onl-thlrd of this
amount wo charged to ndbrtlfng vxpenrc. The
two-thirds wo charged lo Englncorlng Uxponto b
caiiEa this lc tho best experimental wort: we l'.nsw.
Wo aro determined to build the best cars In tha
world at tho price, and so long as wo think contests
help us to do that. wo. shall remain in contest work.
Wo hovo novcr claimed to maku-iho -pett cars In
tho world but the best earn In tho world at the price.
Trno,- there are many coplo who bcllevo Chalmers
Detroit cars nro tho bcBt cm a hiado, regardless of
price thoso people) aro owners of Cha'.mcrs-Dctrolt
And wo know ourcclvcs that Chalmers Detroit car3
nro better than a groat many that eoII for fancy
Hut tho only claim that wo really want, or riMJ,
to eslnbllth Is that our cars are tho bent In tho worl.I
r.t tho price at-ked.
P . j4
k it :: a wtm tra n ten a unwuu n tr nit it nun a"t n'n
I F0RT SHAFTER NEWS !
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aultBttttil8uu!! af mt t: :t :t rt it n n a a a u
Sick to leave pany E, 20th 'Infantry, ha3 returned
' The following named enlisted men to duty with Company E, after nn
will proceed,' flj-st nvallablo Jranspor- extondej furlough, which ho has 'di
lation, tio Presidio of San Francisco Joyed In Honolulu. Acting First
and lepqrt upon arrival theroat to Sergeant Cnrmondy has been ro
tho (leno.tnl U. S. Military Hospl- llo'ved and will take up duty with
tul for further, observation and treat- Company E aa duty sergeant,
ment: Private nichard O. Wilson,. Tho troops of Fort Shatter wcro
Company,-K-, 20th Infantry; Private 'paid Thurbday, Fobruary 3, by Pay
Hobert Wallace, Company F, 20th .master Mnjor Ray. There, was no
Infantry j and- lllacksiu'lth William "change In tho order that the troops
Wllloughl'ey, Troop h, Cth Cavalry, woro paid u last month. Tho pay-i
Theso nlou have been on tho sick lug began about 10:30 a. m. and was
list of the Fort Shatter hospital for finished about 11:30 a.m. The-tlmo
Borne moiiths'pnst. Prlvnto Wallace of pay did not Interfere with any
has been having n deal of trouble of tho regular duty, as drill was set
wan a iraciurea. nrau -ror, nearly n . ior uineront nonis
year, but has beon doing Ijght duty
as hoadqiiarters clerk. '
Corporal StraussConipauy F, 20th,
Infantry,.' has been appointed1 ser
geant to' All vacancy, subject to the
tho regimental com-
nmnder. Sergeant Strausa was (lis
tvjonunucu from rage 1.1
been obliged to hire detectives, who
or now on tho trnvk of the person
or persons who aro aiding Mr. Wilder
charged 'and reenllstcd only a fewiiu iryini to break 'up tho parado
days agof. He has had several years by, introducing all manner of ob
in tho sorvlco and will doubtless sue- strnctlons.
cced In Ills new position. It seems hardily posslblo that a
First Sorgoant Jluchlnspp, Com-. jPuUlletnlrlted man lko Jimmy Wil
der should be mixed up In this af
fair nndiorced totlenvo,for the South
Seas to avoid arrest. Harold Dil
lingham has assured tho representa
tive of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 11 that plllkla
Is browing and that Jimmy Wilder
is responsible for most of It. At
any rate, this fact is known, that
Mr. Wilder has for weeks past laid
asldo his brush and has dovotcd his
whole time and talents to produce
something which has caused the ut
most consternation amongst the var
ious members of the Floral Day Pa
Although Mr. Wilder Is leaving
for tho South, Seas nud In nil prob
ability will not return In time for
tho festivities, yet his presenco will
bo felt, as his Ufa's .masterpieca Is
to bo let loose and will require n
whole squad of pollco, bended by
Chief of. Detectives McDuffio, to keep
the rilllkla-makors vrlthln bounds.
It is Indeed strange that on this
day cf days, when Honolulu 'Is cel
ebrating and making merry, that a'
cental, whole-hearted man like Jim
my Wilder should havo fostered such
(in Idea In his brain. It Is hoped
thnt loyal citizens will not allow the
succecs of the parade to bo marred
by any person lu tho employ of Mr.
Wilder. At present ho names ot
theso hirelings nro not forthcoming,
but Dlrector-acncrnl Dillingham and
Chief MCDliine hold a confab this
morning. Tho general public wero
not admitted oven within earshot, ot
theso two personages, and tho utmost
secrocy Is bclnc mulutahredtln order
that the movements of 11 r, Wilder
and his gang may bo watched and
reported to hcadquartcrV.
It is anticipated that before Mon
day's paper rocs to press, some clue
as to the intentions cild'fyiptlvcs of
this plllkla-maker will havo been
found and the police put on 'the trail
of tlioso traitors.
ANDBE'S yOIAR PARTY SLAI1T.
Trader From tha Far North Confirms
.Story of Discovery of Eemainj
of Balloon Anira and Compan
ions Killed by Esquimaux.
In order to better serve our patrons and the automobile public
in general, we wish to announce that af:er careful inquiry we have
secured the services of a Tire Repair Expert from the mainland
whom we fee! confident in recommending as being able to do the
highest grade of work in his line, both on outer cases and inner
tubes. We have also equipped our shop with the most approved
appliances for this purpose. '
We will never attempt to repair tires beyond repair, consequent
ly we seek your confidence in our judgment, as well as your pat
ronagefor Good Work only, and to back up this statement, will,
guarantee our Retreads for 2000 miles.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
Merchant at Bishop Street.
able provisions, the guns and tho
ammunition ot tho party, and tho
various parts of the bullooh Itself.
"Tha silk envelope they used for
clothing and tents, tho cordage with
which It was covered they used for
harpoon Ines and dog harness, the
wooden framework the greatest
treasure of all went into spear
handles, bawa end arrows, and the
metal Into snow knives, Spear hoads
and flah hooks.
"The brass covered scientific in
struments Ihcy did not understand,
but they kept them as medicine,
against evil spirits.
"Tho Esquimaux stated to the In
dian that they had not Intended to
1;'11 tho whlto men, but that In
their terror had mudo signals for
them not to approach. Ono of tho
whites, misunderstanding their
lIriis, took them to mean hostility
mid opened flro with a rlffe. That
etnrted the fight In which six or
SECOND WAR LIKELY
Forts An Being Strengthened on the
Border and Other Fighting Ar
rangements Being Made For
WINNIPEG, Man.. Jan. O.-rWII-
Until IrvltiA fnr flftv.nnvun vonra nm.
ployed by tho Hudson Hay Company, l'8Vin ".ntlvc,8 nn1 lhe. threo whlte
has arrived in Prlnco Albort, Sas'
katchewan,. from tho Far North,
bringing with him confirmation of
the stor.y received hero a few days
ago regarding the finding cf the
remnants of tho Ill-fated-Andre ex
mon woro killed,
Others Confirm the Story.
"Uhon tho Indian reported this
affair to ma I at once sont him out
to try and find the wandering tribe
'again, their meandering nature,
VICTOIUA, D. C. Jan. 20. News
was brought by passengers of tho
Empress of Japan, which arrived from
tho Orient today, that thoro Is much
talk current concerning a probablo
second war between Russia and Japan.
Ixivnt Frazor, of tho London Tlmos.
who Is returning from Pckln, said that
thero was great activity on the Rus
sian border, garrisons being augment;
nil nn,l fntt Iff otitlnna ut rntirvttionml Tin.
ports of csplonago by Japanese havo
also been received. From ( Korea
news had been received that' Japan
wna strengthening works near tho bor
der with .both flold and stege guns.
Last mouth an attempt was mada to
In search of the Notth "evor, nnu iaKon incm rnr away,
i end ho was not ablo to locate them.
., "Shortly beforo I left the Hudbona ' l;ut ""onl olher Esquimau ho heard
Day post; coma eleven miles to tho W " V,ie "i"'!? 8tory n,nd t0?
north ot hero, nn Indian wandered
of those the, Indian mot bad also
in ono day,'1 said, Mr. Irvine. "Ho."e ,lh. Indumenta, which are bo-
liuvuii iu uo suieiy cucuuu uwuy.
"After hearing this slory I care
fully questioned every Indian and
Esquimaux who came to the post
for supplies, but have not yet been
uble to obtain anything more defin
ite. However, the story of the big
'oouilak' Is traveling through the
jiortn and as tha Esquimaux are.
generally very truthful thore Is ev.
cry reason to bollove It Is the rem
nants of the Ill-luted Andre expedi
tion, but thut Is not certain.
"Everything found In the balloon
would be most carefully preserved
by tho natives, and I expect ono day
to bo ablo to get hold of the records,
which may possibly show that Andro
and not Peary was tho first man to
reach the Polo."
Irvine will return to tho North
In a few days.
told mo ot having met during the
previous winter n hand of, Esqui
maux, who had with thorn a num
ber qf brass instruments, a quantity
of brass fittings which they had
used for making hunting gear, kov
crnl cooking utensils of a quality un
known to that land, much cordage
and sumo fine waterproof- cloth.
"Although the Indians and Esqui
maux aro always at odds, he had eu
tored into communication with, tnom
and learned something ,of where
they had secured their strango
"Sovcrul years beforo thoy had
hcou hunting on tho shores of tho
Arctic Bca when thoy beheld an ap
parition In tho sky. It resembled a
huge 'oomlsk," or woman's boat.
When It In mleil tiireo men dropped
out., They walked toward the Esqui
maux, who were In n, state of, terror,
and made a hostile demonstration.
A'l Three cf Expedition Killed.
"One of the whlto men fired a gun
and n fight followed In which tho
Esquimaux wero victorious and tho
three whites lost their lives.
"For a time tho 'oomlak' was al
lowed to rest whoro It had dropped,
but finally cupidity overcamo fear
and tha natives took possession of
Illusion newtpapcra accredited this to
Japanosc newtpapera received by thb
tt earner Emprccs of Japun publish, A
rcort current In Toklo that tho Rus
sian government intends to rell'llio
north part or Sa3h.1lta.-1 IstanJ to tab
United States. Ilirt Icl.unl Is rltuitej
off tho cast coast of Atla and Is valu
ablo for Its fur-bearing animate, 'in
1905 tho southern half of tho Island
was coded to Japan. A Japanoso of
ficial quoted in tho published accounts
of the pending tiaiisaction said that
it Is probablo that this tenltory'wi,ll
clir.nrto hands cocn, but dented ""(if it
tho United" States would be tho pur
"Roes you bullovo It's lucky to cno
do now moon over yoh right shduj.
ler?" ho I does," replied Mr.
Erastua linker. "Rcro horo stormy
days you's lucky to reo any kind otai
moon, any way." Washington Star,
On seeing tho sun in wlntcrChlcago
people always act as if It wns'iA
a fort at Vladivostok, ami curiosity, rV
Hank Stubbs "Thoy say Jed Mar
tin's closed up his well 'cuz he's
afoarod o' typhoid." Ulgo Miller
"Yus3, Jod bays Iiq's goln' to let 'well
enough alone' ez long oz his cider
hoi's out." Dostou Herald.
Of course If II should bo Impossible
to get a Republican spoakcr of tho
next Concroas Cliamn Clark Imlulit
They secured couslderr , consent to tuko tha placo,
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