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BVEN1N0 tJULLKTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TOPSUAV, AUO. 23, 1910.
This car will add new luster to
an honorable name
THE most valuable asset the Cadillac Company possesses is its
good name a good name which is not merely the result of
popular caprice, but has been earned by what the car has
done and what it has been.
For 1911, therefore, our first thought our one and only thought
in fact has keen to satisfy that widespread and implicit confidence
which always expects the exception U from a Cadillac.
You arc receiving now, we verily believe, the most advanced type
of exact and scientific motor car manufacture which the industry has
Please co-operate with your Cadillac representative by the earliest
TourlriK Car, Dcml-Tonncuu nml
$3uoi)i Prices Include the following
ronton, one pair pis lumps nml generator Ono pair nlilo nil lamps and
(all lamp, imu liom ami set or tools, pump ami repair kit for tlms, ,0 mil a
season ami trip Stutiduid speedometer, Hnbc rail, full foot rail In ton
iieau and lull C loot rail In front Tire holders.
BY V. L.
REAL GOOD SPOUT
Healanis nnd Myrtles Will Fight It
Out Once More Much Interest
i Being Showu, in Rowing.
Itegalta Day Ms Vapidly 'lippKiauli
4t)alijaiiil, all thopq who, Uku an ln
n'ercst .In i-nwint'nrtj' looking for.
ward to a good d.i' sport, l.ust
year tho regatta was splendid, uud
the rrews from tho Myrtle and ifea
la'nl rluhj did grent woik In the dif
ferent tnes. The lleulanls "cnnio
bark" In great style, and tho Myrtles
did not have kucIi an easy time as
the) hud In previous years.
On September IT the regatta will
bo held on tho harbor, and what
with towing rates, canoe inces and
other ocuts, there should be uotf
ing hut good sport all day long. Tho
inen of-w,ir wcro hero last Ilegatta
Day, and their launches put up some
lino races. The pace, that tho boats
got pp.wfis wonderful, and t,hc events
Aveio inoHt- exciting. .
Tliero will be tho usual number
nf Killing runoe races, and the way
thorn frail earn ft aie handled Is won
derful. Tho ladles nro not forgot
ten on Uegatta Day, .cither, and
there nre nlwuys ovents for them to
Tho Myitlo nnd Hcalanl clubs will
keep open house on September 17.
and theio will doubtless be thou-
Mtuls of people around the watcr-
front watching the races, lloth thu,tu lt,ilr ijaruor tho near futuro
rowing clubs have guile ahead won
derfiilly durlig the year, and new
life has been Instilled Into thu mem
bers. Uowlng Is- nourishing better
than ever at present, and thu pun
pecta for the futuro nro bright.
Hoy. John I'shorn will finally he
roine the possessor of a lot of laud
containing 1 as acres located at I'd
kcle. 1'alot'i, whli h Has sold at auc
Hon hih! Hatuiday to V. C S. Crubbo.
Itev. UsIkiiii has been ninkliig liu
pi ovcmcntH on tho land, which was the
jiropurty of llicckvnrldgu minors, with
tho Intention of piitchuslug it at guar
((llan'u sale nil Satmduy for tho upset
prlco of 91 too.
In order to obtain moro money for
thu minor chlhlicn for whom thu pii
V'lty whs being gold by unler r
Juilgu Kohliison tlio price was bid up
,Uy tlio gum (Halt ami Crahho until tho
pioperty was knocked down to the
Killer at $lluj.
Tlio jmrchafor lias agreed, under
thu circumstances, to turn It over to
Ituv. Usuoru for the purchasu price.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
It the bet, safest and surest lemedy
for cramps, folic and diunhea. As a
liniment for u omuls and sprains It Is
tiucnuativl. 25c. .Vic nml fide.
.N'o.'Cordella, n tall man Isn't ueecs
Kieiy wuiiiiiii looks good to touiu
'tondstcr (I'oupo tSSftO- Limousine
eiiulpmcnt: Ilosch magneto nml Pclco
- Young Co., Ltd., -
NOW ON FOOT
May Sutton Will Not Piny Miss
Hotchkiss to Take Part Mrs.
Coulter Expected to Do Well.
Tonionow, on th 'llliTJWily ,)'
Callforuti tennis courts, tlio 'State
viiiiii'iiiii tiiium luiii
up. turn 'although M'ls
anient will start
ss May Sutton
will not be on hand, Miss Hazel
llnrchklss will he playing. Miss
Sutton wrote the coinmlttco saying
that she could not be present durng
the tournament, hut that sho would
bo on hand nt Del Monto In Septem
ber and that sho would meet Miss
llntchklss. says tho S. F. Call of
.Ml 8. Coulter, tho Hawaiian cham
pion lady player, will he present,
and It Is thought that Miss lloteh
klss will hnv'e some trouble in dis
posing of tho Honolulu player, who
fmni all ncmmits Is playing good
tennis on the Coast
Mlss (inldu Meyor" Is another luty,
player who Is 'dolhg good workNm
thn courts, and although' sho has
been defeated setc,ral times by MIbs
ilotcliklss, she. Is iiiiicciled to Htlll
hao a chance ngulnst the only play
er who bcenis nblo to extend May
Sutton on the tennis courts. f
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DOTS, AND DASHES, i
There will ho a crulso of the wrens
and a good tlmo Is looked forwurd
The YVaseda baseball players wcro
a ilcivnt lot of young fellows, and
everyone wishes them u pleasant
vuyugu home on the Tenyo Muru.
Tliero Is a lot nf tennis being play
ed at pi cheat, and although thuio
mo no tournaments running, much
pr.lvnto practise is being Indulged In
on many courts.
l'olo Is strong In Manila at pres-'
cut, and some good games have been
played there. In Australia thu sea
son Is also on, and tho Interstate
matches liuvo- attracted much atten
tion. The PL Louis College Alumni su"-
ond team thNik they can play somo
baseball, and after defeating the
Witliluwu nine lust Bunday by aj
woro of 17 to 10, thoy have now
decided to play tho Reach team at
the league grounds next Sunday
Si:ATTI.K. Aug. 10. Tho-matches
In thn Washington State tennis tour
nament today brought out a number
of visiting players. The feature of
thu day was the phenomenal play,
lug of Miss Hazel Ilotcliklss of
lleikeloy, Cal., who dufeated S.im
Itussell, Northwest champion, in
straight sets, fi-1, fi I.
A magucl draws steel; a iuiikiiiiIo
ilinws checks llostou Transcript
Many a woman's second husbaiul
Jiiuuina thu deuiUe of her 111 at. J
On what was considered
g io i ModcJ
Cylinder boio Inci rased from IV4 In
ches to Hit Inches. This, with moro
enicletit rnrliurcliir, (Schcbler)
hlcli Is water-Jacketed, effects a
material Increase In power, l'lston
stroke, 4V4 inches.
The four cylinders ,nro caVo singly,
with copper Jackets applied, retain
ing the exclusive Cadillac features
Wheel baso Increased from 110 to 110
Inches, making tlic enr easier thai,
Double drop frame, "J ',4 In. drop, which
makes car set lower, and this with
the. larger hood and more roomy
tonneaii greatly Improves the ap
pearance. LAIHIK ll.MIIATOIt.
The radiator Is slightly larger, henco
has greater cooling capacity. This
Is notwithstanding the fact that the
Cadillac was' never deficient In that
Pull flontlng type. Tlmkcn roller
hearing rear axle. This Is tho same
CADILLAC MOTOR' CAR CO,, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
Licensed under Scldcn Patent
: What Army
CAVITK, July IS. I'rlvnlc lliformu
Hon received from the department at
Washington, states, that Lieutenant
Colonel (loorgu Harnett, U. 8. Marino
Corps, Is thu dark homo In the run
ning for tho iHisltlon of commandant
of tho Marine Corps, which otTldo be
comes vncaat by vlrtuo of thu Novem
ber 30, 1910, retirement on uccounl of
tho ago limit of slxtyfonr years,
which tho prcbcnt Incumbent, Major
(leneral Ocoigu F. Elliott, will have
It Is Mild Jhat both cx-I'rehldelit
'Hooseclt, ns also Congressman Nl
cholas Lougwnrth, and MrK. Uuig
worth, nco Alice Uoosevelt. nro' work
ing strenuously for Colonel 'Harnett.
Douglas II. Gordon, n brother In-law
,of Mrs. Harnett, was for years lrea-
surer of flio 'West Virginia coalicom.
pany nnd a strong combination has
suddenly looined up In favor of Col
Colonel Harnett entered the Marine
Corps from the statu of Wisconsin,
July 1, 189.1. Ho hns an excellent
record as an oincer.
THE UNDER DOG.
It may bo Interesting to (hu young
er officers of tho Army unit Navy to
know how a certain officer, au engi
neer mnjor In the Hombay Piesldency.
feels about thu state of man led bliss
for Junior olllrers. Tlio following wu
published In tho Standard nftor tho
publication of recent orders Issued to
tho York and I-nncastor Iteglmeut at
Hlackdoun to suppress (ho female
dog, tho domestic pat, and the wajced
inoustnchu of tho noncommissioned of
ficer and prlvnto soldier. ,
At tills commencement of tho leave
season and of spring, when a young
man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts
of lou, I wish to innko clear to every
ono my Ideas on tho subject of mar
riages In tho corps in thu futuro.
There is n saying that
Colonels must hu married.
Majors may bu married.
Captains should not bo married.
Subalterns must not bo married.
Which exactly express my feelings.
l'oona and Klrkeo nio oxpenslvo
places nml overy married oltlcur makes
Hie mess hills of tho lest bigger It
makes no dlfforunco how much money
ho has himself. Again It Is only fair
Io n lady that her husband should pay
her attention and glvo up tii her much
of his lime. Captains and subalterns
who have to know their men, to work
with them, to play games with them,
can't find tlmo to bu married.
In tho V. W. D. nnd M. W. 8. It Is
quite different; u captain has no men
to look after; ho lias no mess and
wants n homo, and ho draws moro
pay. Tho house accommodation Is al
so very short In IiBt Klrkeo.
Tor alt theso reasons tho command
lint expects that after this datu mi)
captain or subaltern who coiitcmphUcs
taking to himself a wlfo should at thu
same time ask to bo transferred to
somo other employment."
(Signed) U. W. KVAN8,
Major It. K. Commnudnnt, 3rd Sn
pers and Miners.
Thu chief of stuff Manila. ! I., Is
In lecelpt of a couplo of dozen photo
graphs llliistiatlug tho nuw pack
which hns been recommended by Ihu
Infantry equipment boanl. Tho now
pack Is said to bo much lighter In
welRhl than the present one mid Is
much neater In appearance While tlio
piesent equipment weights 50 pounds.
S.I3 uuuees. Including thu weight of
a perfect Cur in the
axle as used on n number of Amcr-,
lea's highest prhed cars
i.tiidKit itit a k i: minis.
More powerful drakes, moiu easily up
Piled and greatly Increased eltlci
ency. Contracting and expanding.
double acting brakes, both ciiial
TWO KJMTKI.N SVSTIIJIS.
Tu'n Milmitntn ,..l 1 ,1,1 ftltlllltltl I llTll
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lion systems, each with Its own set
or spark pings The two Ignuion
systems consist of lloseh high tens
ion mngneto ami the new and Im
proved Dclco system wllli slngli
unit coil, high tension dlstrlbutoi
nnd controlling relay l.'lther ays
tern alone Is efficient for operating
All electrical wiring enclosed in cop
Copcr manifolds nre used for watci
inlets and outlets in thu circulating
Catch limy hu removed In a very few
minutes without disturbing other
and Navy J
clothing which averages 11) pounds,
M3 ounces, thu pioHiscd ciiulpmunt
"A" weighs. but 47 pounds, 15.97
ounces, thu pitiioscd iiiulpincnt
wclglit of 7 IHIIIIIlls lo.'j ounces
Kiiulpmuut A Is to bu can led only
when triinspoitatlini is not available.
I The front shows but two wldu straps
1 which fit snug aioutid tho shoulders,
the breast being fiec. Tho new cam
, palgu hat Is without cord. Hie rim
stiff er than the present hat and the
crown Is not so high; It has a p-r-
loraieu mar on mo trout mm two
sides. Woolen puttees mu substituted
for the canvas leggings and thu over
coat Is shuit skirted uud of the leef
er pattern with large collar. The pack
sets firmly on tho back thu top iibouti
even wllh tho shoulders. Tho bayonet
nud scajibanl aro high up on thu pack
and can be reached' with e'ther Hi"
right or left hand over thu left shoul
der. The canteen Is In tho shape of
n flask and worn on thu belt Tho
bayoipt and Intrenching tool may b"
cnried on tho belt if so ordeied but
It Is Intended they shall he catrluil
attached to tho haversack to allow
free and unimpeded inovcimut of legs
Tho load on the shouldeis Is so
arranged that puck, blanket, shelter
half and bayonet ran bo icullly do
taihed and discarded If necessary. It
Is linderstisid that it is most excep
tlonal for 1 1 (Kips to bu called upon
to fight with full cuiilpmcut, but thu
nuw one Is arranged so that It can
be doivu without great liaidshlp In
ease it Is necessary. When III Ing sit
ting all the weight is iciiiuved fiom
Kqulpincut II weighs 38 pounds
1177 ounces nml equipment C con
tains Mpilpmcut II plus thu two ban
doliers of ammunition, thu total weigh,
lug 10 pounds, II. US ounces, This
wclglit Includes that of tho clothing
on the body. Tho entlro pack can
ho discarded lu a fow seconds Intact
ami cm bo put on In almost thu sumo
period of tlmo.
Tho equipment consists of the rillu,
bayonet and senbhard, 100 rounds of
ammunition, cartridge belt, first aid
packet and poncho, canteen and cov
er, cup rcstlnu on bottom of canteen.
liitienchlng tool ami earlier, mint
can, knife, fork nud bimioii and two
days haversack rations.
A man feels as ill ut easu In u dry
goods store as u woman does In u
When lowly peoplo rlso In tlio
world they nro npt to fool uppish.
You'll never get to tho front by fol
lowing the procession.
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
pR. T. FELIX GOL'KAUD'S ORIENTAL
U CREJM OR MAGICAL BEAliTIFIER
ItcttiOTca Tan. PlnviM,
freckle, Ai'lb Itftctipa,
h4U, and Mats IU ,
ana tjtrr iirmia
Ac dUctto, It
hi.Hxl the tM
o( au YWJ, QO
U to hiriflrM
I: vrcrlr tuai.
(fit vt Initial
turn. Dr. L
harrt ltl4 to
lair of tbe b ut
I n ta pikr.t
H j Ml Mm
Wilt HJ tt. J,
J r rc ram ti 4
Alii irr Pirai Uu
u aaa a thai lukat liArmftll til a I 111
' - uf ! If all itntjta'iMa a'.d I- urf
tli Uuttvil (alM, UKitiJa attj turt-(
'IfiO.T.KOrilllS, Prep . 3 CiiiWcrti Siitit hltf
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
pOUTV YRAKS AOO almost every mother thought her child imist have
' pnrccorlc! or laudanum to make it sleep. Thesa drujrs will produce sleep,
and nfew dropa too ninny will produco tho sleep rrnm ulileli tlirro I
no willing. Many nro tlio children who have been killed or wlioso health list'
been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, cncli of wlihli Is n
narcolli product of opium. Drujrghls uro prolilbiteil from selling; either of the
nii-colli'i named to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling' their
"Kiiion," Tho definition of "narcotic" Is: "Ameilielne which relieves juiin
and jirviiucet Bleep, but which in jiuiwiwui cfoe.i jinxfiiecs $1 upor, coma, convvl
liont mid tlcalh." Tho taito nnd smell of medicines containing opium nro ills
gul.icd, nnd sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups."
etc. You should not per.ult any medicine to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of what It is composed, Canlorlu docs not con
Tim r JLCf' a " '" Rnnrnntcc jrniiilno
DlRiinturu or WiaSyx7&cJUlt Cnntorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
I liSTO frrflnenlly prcM-rllx-d Cnalerls for Com-
nwa sluucnU of cbllJrt n with g-nil rcuttM."
W, A, CmMJiil., M, D
IluOlo, N. Y.
"An die fiilher nf llilrlrrn clilMrcn 1 crrlnlnl
know enmrlhlng stxitit ynr frrmt ni'illrlno and,
Me fmm my own fmnll ritHrltiKc, I Iiac, In
myyrartof pmcllcr, fitnnil Caianrlt ft pvpular 't
efficient remedy la atmnt erery lioiqr."
Wx. J. .McCntsx, t 1).,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
in Use For Over 30 Years.
.STIIIKIMtS lILA.lli: TIIOl'IILi: O.N Sl'OAIt
C()M1,AV AI'TKIt FIIAl'K t'0VKTI()S.
Serious i lots havo attended thu si rlko of the workment at tho plant of
tho American Sugar Helloing company In Prooklyn, Ono man hail been
.killed and a scoro or moru seriously wounded. It Is asserted by tho strlk
ris that the causO of the tumble Is tho Indirect l exult of tho government'!
prosecution and conUctlnn of olllclnls and wclghciH of thu company in thn
Federal courts. They declare that tho company seeks to retrloio tho great,
sums of money paid In lines by reducing thu amount paid Its workmen.
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It Is stai tllng to icallzu tho fact
that out of n command of over two
hundred mon hut about ISO per cent,
havo become proflc tint lu tho art
of swimming. Soldlors nro an ng
gicgatloii of moo mustered from all
paits ot the country, and many of
them have necr had thu oppoitunlty
of taljng u plunge In a lake, river,
or even a country "swimming hole,"
and this probably accounts for tho
other 10 per. cent, who can not stay
on top of tho water, Imt who Insist
upon swallowing a gallon ut water
lit each hrefith.
Ijnl mcy hrnwlnimln la very es
sential Io the lire of a, soldier.
Kort Qlmflor l tlio'p)oui Kisosb
or of n fiub.OOO-gallon swimming
tank, which Is cleaned and Tilled fro.
quentl) and fiesli water i mining Into
It continuously. A fine bathhouse
is supplied, wllli shower baths and
everything to make swimming u
pleiifeaut ami agiccablo sport.
A few weeks ago tho poBt com
nuindor Issued an order that tho tom
puuy (omiiiaiidcrs should iiscurlnlu
tho number of mon lu their com
panies who know how to swim, and
m a IcFt was put to every ninii lu
each rotupan of swimming one hull- j
died yniils. Those who could not
miikc )t wete lubcled "Nut qunllllod"
'I And yniir Cwtorla U very tcDcfldat la tho
treatment of eblidrva'a allmenli .
Y. UiTii, M. I) ,
"I elJyt to what aro eallcii alrnt mrdlclnea,
tvhero niaki r atefie knoa lmt plulT Is pnl In llirm,
Imt I knew tlic f nrtnuU nf ) enr Caatorla and ailtlro
lit tiM In nirt mi a. 1 Jmlco It to lx a very un
f ul, aa well aa tiarinlisa family me,lltlnr." r-
'. I), (lien, M. .,
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and nro now having dally lessons
under tho wutchful oyo of tho swim
This Is a line thing for tlio men,
for It Is not" only a sanitary sport,
hut ono which stiengtlieus every
muscle lu tho body nnd somo day
may bo tho means of saving thov
own lives, us well us possibly tho
llfo ot boineono clue.
Corporal Thomas K. Heed, Com
pany K; Corporal Paul A. l'alken
stpjn. Company J and Corisiral llnr
ton C, ltowo, Company tl, who havo
finished a coiirMi of Instruction at tho
School of Musketry, I'icslillo of Mon
tore), have i ('turned to the post and
nro now doing duly. The men did
well and uiiido good stores and up
turned ns a credit In the 2nd Bat
talion of tho Twentieth.
I'rlvnto W. XV. Wlllliims of Com
pany (!, who left tho post on tho
April transport, on route to San
rranclsco, where ho took up a four
month toiuso at tho cooking school,
did not return on tho August trans
poit, as expelled, owing to tlio furt
that he has gone on maneuvers up
through the Rtntu of Wyoming, He
Is expected hnek soon.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-TBg
Scaled Tenders will he tecclved fir
the Superintendent of I'ubllc Works
until 12 in. of Thursday. August Z.,,
1910, for furnishing the Dopaitmcul
of Public Works with Will feel' of
12 In h wooden slave pipe, without
clips or bands, Hnmplo of plpo r
q II I red may bo seen st the olTlro of
tho Superintendent of I'lihllc Works.
Tlio Superintendent reserves thu
right to reject nny or nil bids.
Superintendent nf Public Works.
Honolulu, August IS, 1910.
The aiiniial meeting of tho Wnl-
nlhn Hul Lund will bo held nt Wnl
iilliu, Hannlct, Knunl, at 10 o'clock
a. m. on tlio .'oth and 23rd of Sep
tember, respectively, 1910.
JAMUS K. LOTA,
4097 3w President.
The Hawaiian Bnllnitintr Company
hns moved from Mnunakca street to
Bcrctania street, nenr Nuunnu. It
has no connection with the Oahit
Ballastiriff' Co., which .now occupies
its old ollicc. 4UUl-lm
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