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Any one could write an adver
tisement like this but no
one else could show this car
Chalmers "30" Touring Car and Btadtter, flGOO. Pony Tonneau,
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It is easy to make claims (or can.
Any car can be the best car modi,
and most cars are in advertise
ments. All the advertising ia the world
doesn't make a good oar. It has to
be a good car, if it is good, because
of-its design, its materials and its
construction. Advertising can not
take the place of those things.
We tpepd a good, wa&y thousands
of dollar a'yesvr advertising oar oars,
bat. that is not a reason why you
should bay a Chalmers car. The rea
son lies ia the oar itself.
WHY A Il6,000 EXHDHTt
W have an educational show ex
hibit that cost us $10,000. We did
not Tut thit exhibit in Madison
Square Garden and the Wayne Cas
ino simply for the 'purpose of ad
vertising, or' even for 'the purpose
primarily of making immediate tales.
We-put in this educational exhibit
because we wanted to-gtfve everyone
interested the fairest possible oppor
tunity to .see everything, here is to
see about the construction and op
eration, the workmanship and finish,
of Chalmers cars.
We are o sure of our car that we
cut the chassis open from end to end
for inspection at the shows. We are
glad .to show it all, for we are proud
of it all.
WE FAVOR SHOWS
We areV in favor of automobile
shows, just as you are. You are in
favor of them because they enable
you to make careful comparisons and
make them' quickly.
A show enables you to put com
peting oars side by side and go over
them point by point.
We invite 'comparison point by
point. We have often wished in sell
ing our cars wroould put them side
by side with other cart, that are be
ing considered. 'It is the only way to
arrive at a right conclusion.
It -k sot oar purpose in adver
tising, or In paving an expensive ex
hibit fas; the shows, to trjr and rush
people into buying cars. We are try
ing to help you go. jnto the motor oar
question as thoroughly as ytu want
to go into it.
We are trying constantly to teach
everyone to make careful compari
sons. All we ask is that you examine
pur car in comparison with all the
othercars point by point; test it out
as well as you can; take the past
records into consideration; then if
you buy some other car we have
nothing to say.
CplfSIDEE POINT BY POINT
store than a million dollars will
be spent this year on automobile ad-,
vertisements. But you are not fair
with yourself if yotf buy solely by an
advertisement. r -'
Perhaps some one can write t bet
ter adrertiseaent than' we can write.
Yet w are honestly, convinced that
HO, one can offer, ygujcgood value
in a car as we' can offer, Hence, if
you did not take the oarj. BATHER
THAU THE APVERTiBEllENT, into
consideration,' you would knt be
treating yourself fairly. a ,
Consider the Chalmers car .point
by point It pjaases first through the
sense of tight. We believe that there
is no car which is MORE satisfying
to the eye than the Chalmers. The
lines are beautiful., The finish is the
best. There is nothing skimpy about
the Chalmers car. Nothing cheap.
Every Chalmers car has that tailor-made,
well-groomed, carefully fin
ished appearance that is always a
source of delight and pride to the
owner, Yet our prices arc low.
LITTLE THINGS MEAN FEBEEG-
So many "little things" have been
carefully looked after on the Chal
mers car which have been left un
done on other cars., Go over this ear,
from radiator to rear axle, Put any
other car alongside of it while you
are doing so.
The radiator Jooka good and it 'is
good. Note even the cap' on the ra
diator and the monogram very
small things of themselves, hut show
ing thoughtful attention to detail.
Note the fenders: They are heavy
and strong, securely fattened. 'Noth
ing tin-panny about them.
Note the care that has been takes
to protect the mechanism and the
passengers 'from dust; examine the
running boards, the door latches, the
wiring and dash assembly.
See if the driver could be in a more
comfortable position ia any ear,
Note the woodwork on the car.
Compare the wood, and the finish of
it, with any other car selling near
Note the upholstering. Note the
care with 'which the painting and
striping has been done.
Note the big steering wheel and
the steering post and even the wood
of the steering Wheel. Note the big
handsome doors.'. Note the tastefully
designed gear aad brake levers. Note
the large wheels and how the rear
wheels are bolted to the brake
A cheap tie will spoil the effect
of a sixty-dollar suit. Hence the
"little things," the little matters of
taste and style that mean perfec
tion, have been taken care of in the
medium-priced Chalmers cars. Good
taste has a commercial value and we
YOU MUST FEEL SAFE
Be careful to examine cars for the
"Elements of Safety." There are
four main elements of safety: A
strong frame; strong steering con
nections; strong wheels well fasten
ed to the axles: and big, strong,
Have these points in mind whea
You examine cars. We have confi
dence that the Chalmers cars will
come out of any comparison on these
points with flying colors-
NO RECORD LIKE THIS
As for the motor and what it will
do as for the record of the car it
self; that story is so well known that
it should hardly need be repeated.
We know that oar cars have a
good reputation in this country. We
know it from what the owners say.
We know it from what thousands of
CHAiMERS H0T0R COMPANY i , '
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
it -.t i t a 4 -
Selling Agents for the Territory of Hawaii
Come in and look oyep our line of ears
people who visit onr exhibits at the
shows say. We know it from what
people in the trade say. We know it
from a thousand things we hear
from all parts of the country. This
is the most gratifying fact we could
possibly know. It is the realization
of our hopes.
This could not be a fact simply
because of advertising. It could be
a' fact only because the cars hem
selves have mac good. They have
made good with the people who have
bought them, one by one.
They have made good in contests
of all kinds during the last two years
in a way that no other cars have
equaled. In two years of motor con
tests they have won 89 firsts, 32 sec
onds, and 21 thirds. They have won
a higher percentage of events enter
ed than any other cars.
THEY ARE THE CHAMPION
WE TARE PAINS TO SUCCEED
We are able to give the kind of
cr.rs we do at the prices we ask sim
ply because we have taken the pains
to do so. ,
We have taken the time to design
good oars and to test them out. The
designing of the Chalmers "30" was
a two years' task.
We believe we have an inspection
department that is second to none
in the business. This department is
one of the highest priced, depart
ments in our organization. But we.
find it pays.
Wo employ 103 men whose sole
duty it is to inspect materials, man
ufacturing processes and finished
There is never a moment, from the
time work begins on the raw mate
rial until the finished car goes out
of the factory, that any single part
of the car is not under an Inspector's
We give the chassis the severest
possible tests on the road. If they
can be broken, we want to do the
Every finished car is submitted to
a scrutiny that is almost micro
scopic. WaL THERE BE A "CLEAN-UP t"
Another reason we are able to give
so much for the money is that we
are willing to accept a reasonable
profit. We are not trying to make
a fabulous sum of money in one year,
or two years. We are making a rea
sonable amount of money, but we
are not advertising fictitious profits.
Some people say there is going.'to
be a "clean-up" in the automobile
business some day. Maybe there i
and maybe there isn't. But if it ever
comes we expect to be in the busi
ness after the clean-up, as we are in
it before. ,
We think our business policies jus
tify us in holding this belief. We
are selling quality, not price. '
"IT IS LIKE THE CHALMERS" .
There are many people in the au
tomobile business who takevpride in
the fact of their former connection
with our organisation; many are
proud to say of their product, "It is
like the Chalmers'
We appreciate such compliments.
It shall be our aim to so improve
our product from year to year, and
to so maintain the high standard of
our organization that none will ever
have cause not to be proud of us and
of having Jjeen with us.
We would close as we began: It is
easy to make advertising claims for
cars; but to make cars that will
make rood the claims is hard. '
We ask automobile buyers this:
After the advertisements have at
tracted your attention, then in fair
ness to yourselves and all the manu
facturers, compare the cars point by
point. That is all we ask.
LOCAL. AND COAST
Tlmo was when the owner of a mo- havo shown themselves capablo of a .dapper for us,
winter months was regarded as any- that car a local reputation which
thing but pleasurable. In those years, should be credited to the driver and
and few cars Indeed were to bo seen not the car. In the majority of cases
on the city st roots..' ' the. trouble lies, not with tho car, but
But the motorist's, attitude has the man.
changed, ile practically knows no If a car poos wrong; do not copdomn
season; and tho great nunjbora of cars "It too quickly, There Is nothing rays
which now see service every day . terlous ''about an automobile. It is
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throughout tho winter, the game as in
cummer, seems to show tha( winter
motoring has been Just as pleasant a'
pastlmo as summer driving.
Perhaps this is no better illustrated
than by present conditions In the Cad
illac plan a' ,DetroU. Whereas, a
few years ago, thore was little or no
demand for cars ifrom buyors during
the winter months, now shipments
are being1 made every ,day, tho same
as' though what was" formerly termed
tho "touring season" wero at Its zen
ith. Shipments of Cadillac "Thirties"
just now ore averaging 40 cars per
day; and even sa the, demand (for im
mediate delivery of, art continues
from buyers In all parts of the 'coun
Motor cars havo become so neces
sary an adjunct to the dalfy 1ycs of
ino majormryoi pjvjijfr,yiat uui iut
torles know no moro of "nish" sea
sonstimes when specal efforts had,
10 oe pui lurill 10 juusu as muuy uu.
liveries beyond, schedules as possible,
As many cars! are, cqmplp'ecj and
shipped each working day during the
.known to science. ,nttttUMUHUttHHUUimununkttiXtXnllkUMM
I "The rarity of tho cynogen taatjn --,--
has been marked In tho .tall of the sj T7irYDTT TYI7 DT TCQV T IhRIK n
'omet will determine the conseou-V I7iV 1 UHl IVUhjO X 11 JLflVJUJ "
nces when we are enveloped by jt"st v' U
ooth said, "nydro-cyanic acid Wlll.tf ft MUM tt ftft ttMM 8U KltU tt MM NRK it K N H ttlttt tt tt tt
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has boon detailed In the quartermas
ter department on extra duty as car
renter, and will work at presont in
the new quarters of the post surgeon.
Private Tftrrlgan 6f the same com
pany has been detailed, as decorator
in the now houses at the non-commissioned
officers which are bcng
erected at the post. A new man U
to be detailed as post gardener to
re)levo Private Relnhart, who Is In
the hospital at Fort Shatter. Prl-
3 formed In more or less Quantities. -.-. .. ' . . t, ,.,.,,.
tit unless the gas is o greater den-1 f 2n(J pattallon of En-
Ity than Is apparent there Is little era' al tMa polt( hav.
iiuiu wua wuuu wo uwiior ui u uiu- i nuuwu iwiukhuii wVauv i .uutipui iuf u. t returned from a three months'
lur car ran pus .macuiuu uuu iuu bur ua tuief uj vufllfuaua uvuuu au , jt mc puusmuuvs rcvumuB ia a f,riQuct. in the States
ush ymii a Bimt ui m HwruBui ui nuiv iui) u ujuvr nuum iihi nuiuiauiaiiuiiu ui iubbb guouo n aeuo.w... ..,,. n , n9w steamer
cold weather. Motoring during the suffer from neglect and abuse and gjvo enough, the people of the earth wlltC.jJL ,"."' and rcnorts a Dleasant
winter month wu resardeil sa anv- that car a local renutntion which I ynerlenrn th iimn Renimtlnn vrhnn'.. .. ... .'. . ....
rr ., Tt. , .i. UM on his visit, lie nas reenusiea
he comet's tall envelops them as ln-)for Corapsny G and w, continue In
V.V: . a , ! 2 . w"""". b dut es nt this post.
i:lth the dealy stuff." L, ,
A DAWTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every lady who deslree to keep up
megaphone has been
erected on ono end of the post parade (ate Parrel of Company' O will leavo
ground for use of the musicians of the main camp here for the survey
The calls for all forma-
detachment at Wulmanalo for duty
there. Corporal McDqugal) of the
"! lr" '! '"-tlve prance, ""'lo pt Zl th.." pVt F
out of order easier than others batty10- T1'1 Mdiug Receptions,' from that point, and wjth tho old or same company will be sent from this
.. .. ' ..?!. .J !..... .. a ii Thl MAo-nnhnttA will Krt atila in lift ramn fi ntiA nf ihtt atilirrimtin In Ihn
upon U, U Jtever did l wu suwyyiuB, wnuu iraming anu ""'"r""" ""' -7 "- - ,iw -- m- - - -
again.. There are all on. alPoccaslon. should carry In hBr.ardatal -points New trun pet. Wta
ou may dopend
run right it will
kinds of automobiles, but none so, per
fect that It doca not require Intclli,
gen care bad use to der)vo satisfac
tion. Much must, bo left to" the "com
mon senso of the operator and tho
Old saying, "a stitch In time saves
nine," Is true of tho motor car.
Oil whorover one" part moves on an
other Including springs and Joints.
"" IT" J ""Z TLTIZ 'Ttand eoulnment. have been received with the suWey. Private Kelchum
I . -1 . . JtJr1 Tfizrl bvithe nost ouarUrmaster for me of of the mountain detachment will b
HU aOiBCT URHSk " """f .1 l.l
What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing I
Further evldonco of the futility to Tho Secrotary of tho Nnvy has Is- ,
docronso drinking by1 tho prohibition sued orders to have tho cost account- ?
of light boveraccs Is suppll?d by tho lug nt me larger navy jarus pmccu
figures of tho arrests for drunkenness under paymasters. At Mnro Island -
una i'uboi duuuu, " m vu .mo
for duty at this post with bis com
uanv. Privates Marcus and Meshor
rest will be relieved from duty with
ItttftoSkJet of exquisitely perfumed .i"B '"
powdered leave which are easily re- 10??me. -, . . . .
ttKlJi any mamb.r. of tbti garrison to th.ir.umy d.t.chm.nU In order to
" . , : ." " . . ; .--- enloy the coming Floral Parade, and receive treatment at the post nospi
nolst and flushed and I. .far auperlpr J f ' - . ,a
,a STS: S5k .' ' " fc0t "J" lT -mb". from a number of the Property. ,
Keep alt nuts, bolU pnd screws, jlrm-l dlrt ,oot and reao.lirvpy aoachmenta wll visit camp a compicio cnecK or an mo prop
ly tight and never leave out the cot-L" J!T . " 1m'.t t Jf TT V m a"d be on Pa" to vlslCerty out with the survey detach-ter-plp
OF other .fevtM,whIch& n.2 hCf0 TSZiXlT'l "onolu,u' lD,0nts M Ju8t been coraP,ete1 ,n
nut or idjuatroeut. ri U ! ti LiJ0 "i!?1"-? "' n!XlHandbaU. ' . orfar that new stores may be sent
untiring sourco of power, so long bb tt
winter as in tho summer raopths p,
condition which Is to-be and is, wel
comed by tho Industry at large.
Sevoral things hive to bo remember
ed by a perspn who purchases an au'
tamobllo, and from tlmo to time soma
rcpinrks on the subject by an .export
will bo publtshod in this column. Tho
first, cost Is a very Important mattef
nhd the following will bo road with
Tho first cost' of tho car Is cosily
d6termlned. Tup. upkeop oxuenso or
tvhat It will cost to operato can only
pa told by actual tost In each individ
ual caso'and that cost will depend di
rectly on the amount of work tho car
does, thq manner 'In wjilch It s drlycn.
end cared for by tho ono In charge
of It. ,
Carelessness and -neglect Is ( moro
often tho cause of trouble and exponse
than actual uso. Well built cars which
receives lubrication, fuel and a moans'
of cooUng. The maker provJesiaway
to properly lubricate all parts and
tho owner will do well to know his
engine n this respect. Too, much oil la
better than not enough, but will cause
the exhaust to Ibsuo blue smoke, A
thin biuo Bmoko Is ft very safe thing to
have and tho pistons are usually re
ceiving a sufficient amount of ol when.
It shows. . '
HALLEY COMET IS
n stamps or coin.
F. T, Sopkins, 97 Great Jones St.,
HEAL ESTATE TEAHSACTIOHS.
Entered fir Record February 17, 1910.
W It Castle Tr to K N" Knna . !..Rel
Hoopll (w( et al to Etlpang ., I)
William A crrk to J U Smith ...,h
J V Smith to John J Oraco ....
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noon and evening were the best by to this post. Most of these supplies
far since the members of the sur-are quartermaster property and many
VPy detachments left this camp after are for use of the new quarters of
the hollda)s! Tho teams which play-Jtho non-commlssloncd.offlcers.
ed In the doubles put up some very I
flno contests, and at no time did tho Denver women plan
play lack Interest.
The now houses for tho npn-com-
mUsldned pTflcerg of this post are
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William A Clark to J U Smith ,,..l, show that they will add much to the
BERKELEY, Cal., Feb. . That
he approach to tho earth of Halley'a
omet may be attonded. with dire
onsoquences to terrestrial life Is the
pinion of Prof, Dooth of tho chem
stry department of the University
FlrBt Dank ot Hawaii Ltd to Ronald
C' Kennedy Re
Ronald O Kennedy and wife to M do
beaujy of the camp. The decorating
is unaer way nna is very nne, inu
bouseot'tho non-commtssloned offl
n5f.8.Pl.A0rV'M;' ' 'rV.cera will be m,Idwny betwcop the
S iaa to J K ! Man V.V.V.V.V.V.B ' s!"""1"8, l. members of Company
John Pnalnhl in Klvi Pun.loln ..iniQ and "the post hoadqunrters, and
Frank Pahla Tr to Kamanu (k)' will face the beach road and tho
et nt .... ,D future parade ground ot this pott.
H Mamlya to K Matsumoto ...C M Corporal liaise has charge of tho dc-
tniereo rsr necora r-enruary ,o, i)u, tall for this work and is rushing the
'wnrlf iilnnr. "
Following Is th desolczENUshrda j0lmA,'5n!,u","er by Atty ,0 8t1)ht"1 ,. 'wprk
Fqllowlng the dUcovery of Cano-1 J Alc"caWB 'J'"0 f ,U Fill.
DO NOT ACCEPT A 8UBSTITUTp
when you want Porry Davis' Painkiller,
gn bapds In the tall ot the wander
er by scientists at the Yerkes obser-
atory booth today declared the dan
ger from this gas nlono was lncom-
parablo to that offered by the com
bination of thecynogon with tho hy
drogen of the air. This union he
stated would produce hydro-cynic
kdd, one ot the most deadly poisons
iho large dredge has been ad
vanced, along the beach, so that It Ii
now working In front ot tho post
as nothing Is as good for rheumatism, 'hospital. Ily night and day woric
neuralgia and similar troublos 70 "the ponds are rapidly filling up and
yoars In constant use. zee, 36c and
BULUtTIN ADt PAY '
tl)o water leaving that portion of tho
Private giemmons ot company u auction ucforo spring. ,
BOYCOTT OF JrilLLINERS
DENVER, Colo, February 5.
Women of Denver haye started a boy
cott against milliners. Mrs. Charlos K.
QrlJTey anil Mrs. Edward U Prentiss,
two of tho younger ;natronn In Denvor
society, have announced that they
stand ready to start the bocott and
eooros of their friends have made
known their detomilnatlop to Btep In
to line. Tho troublo Is over tho prlco
Wo havo been Imposed upon long
enough," tho women announce "nnd
wo nro tired of paying ?au ror a hat
wo onco could buy for 10. It Is an
outrage and qulto as absurd as any
meat and cos) trust demand that, was
eer modo." , , ,
i'jt Is noarlng Bummer, an)way,"
salt) Mrs. Orlffey today, "ami any
woman with good looking hair, falso or
real, looks well without a hat."
Charlos T. Yerkos' large collections
ot paintings, statuary and Oriental
riles. In the late traction magnate's
New York rosldpnco, will bo sold at
at tho National Homo for Disabled
Volunteer Soldiers. This homo Is pot
conflnod to a particular district, which
might bo considered ss undor somo
malign local Influence, but comprises u
dosen branches In wldoly separated
paits of tho country. Tho following
figures nro taken from tho annual re
port of Major A. W. Brewster. 19th
U. S. Inf., Acting I. a , Inspecting of-
flrnr; Thn beer halls at the homos
wcro 'closed March 4, 1907. In 1900,
with an average population in tno
homes of 21,100, thero were 3221 trials
for drunkenness. In 1909, with a pop
ulation 829 (smaller, or 20,271, tho
trials for Intoxication were 4247, or an
Incjeaso In trials of nearly 32 per
cent, in iuut tnero was nna urrcsi iur
every 4.7 men. Scgicgatlon of tho
habitual drunkards, ot whom thero aro
a number at each branch, Is recom
mended. Tho dally averago of In
mates present and absent at all tho
homes taken together during tho laBt
fiscal year was 27.4S8, a3 against 27,
7T0 for the preceding year. Tho av
erago number present wns 20,271. Tho
fact that in a)) tho home cemeteries
29,641 mombers wero burled up to
June 30..1909, or 9370 moro than tho
average Jlvps population, is very bib-
nincaiu, says inu rcpuri, ui iuu rupiu
Ity with which tho veterans are pass
ing away, Except for the rapidly In
creasing admission of young Sninlsh
war Bodlors to tho Homo, tho per
cmt. of deaths to first admissions
would be higher. In 1900 thero wore
1129 Spanish war soldiers In tho home;
threo years later thoro wore 2223, or
nearly double. Thesu men neraglng
only obout-forty years of ago, tho
death rate is small. The adjutant at
Iho hortio Is criticized In tho report for
not having been "dignified or tactful
In hi nOlclnl intercourse with mom.
berg," a dereliction particularly ob
noxious whon old and comparamciy
helnloss men aro conccrnod, nnd doubt
less this rebuke of the Inspecting of-
fleer will offect a desired chango. Ma
jor Browstcr hopes that tho teal and
fidelity with which Mrs. a I- Miller
has served tho government while In
charge of tho general dopot, Daton,
Ohio, will bring her a flbcral pension
no scparato pnymastor'ia, availably, the
general storekeeper )ias ,becn 'torn- -pornrUy
designated ai accounting of- ,
flcor, n addition to'hls.other duties.
The new cost accounting' system Is In
successful operation at the Boston .
Navy Yard, and Is being installed at
tho Now York Navy Yard. It will bo
carried to other jards as fast a Mac-
lfcablc. As soon as trained paymasters
aro available, tho cost accounting of- "
flees at all navy yanU wilpbe placed i
under their chargo directly under the "
commandant. It h desired to 'sop
nrato the cost fixing foature from the
working departments as soon as po-.
(ilblo and to Install the Improvement ,
in methods that hao been worked i,
out at Boston, Jq order that all naVy
vanjs may no comparea o ins somo ;
Au ammonia compression Ice and
refrigerating plant Is to bo Installed
at th? naval station a( OlongspoTha
capacity decided on Is 10.009 pounds
every twenty-four hours, and eight
hundred cubic feet ot cold storage'ea- ;
poclty at a constant temperaturo ot
20 degrees Fahrenheit, 200O cublo feet i
at SS degrees, )500 feet of Ice storage
nt 28 degreos, nnd flvo hundred feet of '
nnturooms at a constant tempcratnro
of 45 degrees, aro required. Tha work; i
is to bo completed within tho nest
six monins. i
Tho efforts that aro under headway
to flnanco tho construction ot tho new
Army nnd Navy Club building In Wash
ington aro meeting with mora loan -
expected success. Up to this tlmn
thero havo been subscriptions for tho t
second mortgtgo bonds, that? are to ,
bo Issued amounting to $119,350, and -It
seems entirely reasonable to ox- ,
pect that tho club can rotso $200,000.
or $250,000 in this way within tho next
sixty days. ' '
Tho Secretary of tho Navy Ijas ap
proved tho allotment of 1C0OO for tha
construction on tho Inland of Oimnf of
a small hospital fur tho use ot tho
Navy. It is to tnUo the plaqo of thq