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F.VRNINO T1UM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1910,
"30" $1500 ... -'VForty" $2750
- - The Beauty of Chalmers, Cats
Is More Than Paint and Varnish
No low p.iced car on the market can even
approach the Chalmeu in refinement of line and
finish, NonSat any price can surpass it. It was
this that pui the Chalmers in a class by itself
from the very first.
No part of the Chalmers has been exagger
ated on ovcrlqne at the expense of the whole.
The car is i unit. Every part bears the proper
relation to eery other part. The result is sym
metry, beauty and Chalmers beauty is more
than skin dc:p. It ii built right I'nto the frame,
work of the car, into the iron and steel of the
chassis, as wjll as the lines of the body. This is
why Chalmerl beauty means efficiency.
Every deti.il of design spells beauty in the
Chalmers. The low effect of the car with its
long wheel bise is pleasing to the eye.
You can't overlook the graceful sweep of the
fenders, the wide, handsome door and the big,
roomy tonneau. Even the painting and striping
present a bet er finish than that on cars selling
at twice the price. The heavy brass fittings, the
costly woodwork, the high nuality upholstering,
all these contribute to the substantial, rich and
elegant appeirance that gives the Chalmers a
style all its own. ' '
More thai this, Chalmers finish "Is not put
on simply for show. It is put on because it is
the kind of finish that will preserve the car be
cause it will last.
We would be very glad to show you the 1911
Models and point out more of their good points In
CHALMERS "30," PONY TONNEAU
ON THE RADIATOR
Associated Garage, Ltd., $
A Story In Brief
WE'VE TOO MANY IRON PEDS jn 3 ft.
size, some of which are hurt from crowding
and handling they can hardly be called dam
agedjust a few scratches or mars. It you
want an iron bed of this size, you'll be glad of
it for, oh, how it fetches the prices down.
There arc about 50 odd beds, and we
price them for prompt selling no matter
how much they cost. us as follows: 4
$27.50 grades to close for $17.00,
Tho "Ilalllnger" hat pin In tlio Jnt
st. They aro Bald to bo Rood stick-
rs. Klinlrn Aihcrtlner.
It takes n lot of sand to enable n
man to go up In n balloon.
,00 ON TOUR
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lust Jim i', and It will bo better still
tills j ear, If ou te the straight
'Tho Democrats will tell )ou that
the Bum of 1400,000 Intended for tho,
Immigration purpose Is useless. (
the Hepulilicans aro elected la of-
flAAo Mllnli mn.in. I.rlll liS .imH. H .1 '
..it;;. iiivu niv.., n.l. uu a,.:, ik w.i
roads, where on ran get cmplo
District Attorney Breckons.
"I nm not opposed to Mr. Trent
bora use ho Is a deacon." (Laughter.)
"I nm not accustomed to talking
politics In the church." I
"Say on," Mrs. Aona suggested to
Mm. (Laughter.) I
"That's all right, I can talk on,'
then, Mrs, Aona," remarked Ilreck-'
ons, smilingly. I
"I ballet c that the Republican
ticket I mean the whole bunch Is
nil right," continued the speaker,
"Sure, I know they are nil right,"
someone In the aiidlon"e cnllcd uiit.
"The Democrats nre fooling you,
with the idea that you aro fools. In
other words, they mark ou dowjr ns
being able to be fooled. Do'n't let
yourselves be fooled by them."
WNo, sir; no, sir," said the wahl
nes In tho nmllcncc.
"I want In talk tn vnn on Imml-
fcrtlim matters," continued llrcck
ons. If the Republican committee
don't give me an automobile, 1 will
get one Independently, so Hint I canj
go along with tho candidates to
talk on Immigration matter.
"Link McCandless, who owns lots
of lands, Intends to shut out tho Im
migrants from coming Into the coun
try. He Intends to shut out the
Portuguese, who Improved and beau
tified the Fupchbowl hill. The Por
tuguese 'on Punchbowl are having
homes bullt-on the lands, which they
' "The first homestead laws were
formulated by tho Republican Con.
gresa nnd signed by the Republican
President." (Prolonged npplause.)
'"Link my jay 'Nc,' .hut ho can't
pick up any laws to tho contrary"
lie next spoko on reclamation nnd
conservation matters, showing that
the Republican .administration was
responsible for thorn. Ho confess
ed to his nudlctiro tlintjic wus talk
ing too long, as tho,chuic)i people
usually do. (Laughter.) n i
"There ore three Important things
In our lives," Bald the speaker,
"They aro good heilth, comfort
nhlo living .and plenty of pol."
(Laughter.) "If n man does not
possess these three things, then he is
"Arther then proceeded to tell tho
Importance of tho Immigration,
which Is the cause of Hawaii's pros
Qthor Bpeakers were ChnS. Kane-
koa, w'oh 1b' aspiring for the Login-
liiture; J. Qutnn, A. S. Kalelpim, and
John C.i 1-nno, candidate for mayor.
FOOTRACES TO BE ' '
AT ATHLETIC PARK
It seems as If Antone Kaoo will
drop out of the fifteen 'miles race
next Sunday. The old fellow has
been spoken to by someone who doea,
not know a good thing when he
sees It, nnd the consequence Ib that,
lie may pull out. It would bo a pity,
but, after all, Hayes nnd Jackson'
will mako a good race, even If Knon
Is nut of It,
As a matter of fact, the best part
of tho program will be tho sprints
between Rice and McDonagh, and It
will be for them that most peopld
will pay for admission. '
It was stated In another part of
this Lesuo, that the runners met, dis
cussed plans, qnd ran at tho Ilojs.'
Field jesterday. As a matter oj
fact, the men met there, but were
blocked from running, ns the Y, Mr
C. A, people objected to the athletes
doing anything on a Sunday. The
bunch then, niljoiirnpd; to the league
grounds, and although the grass has
grown to n great height, the men
did their stunts all right.
Tho Athletic Park has been en
gaged for next Sunday, according tn
a report turned Into UiIb office by
one of the promoter's, "uitdfthe races
will be held there.
No protests wero received.' by the
land board Inst Saturday againt any
of tho nppllcatlpns forjand leases or
purchases that had beon ndvertlscd,
nnd tho meeting of the board de el
oped nothing outsldo of routlno work.
A petition was received from citizens
of Maul nuking that 10,230 ncres of
lnnd nt Kanalo, for which Dr. J. II.
Raymond had made application for
lease, should be cut up Into smaller
tracts. The bonrd wlll consider this
next Thursday afternoon. " '"""
Seo Window Display
J. HOPP fc CO., Ltd.,
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 185 KINO STREET
Hallowe'en, Novelties ,
An assortment of ODD and ARTISTIC NOVELTIES
that are just right for Hallowe'en Parties and Entertainments
lias been recently received. Among the articles are
Black Cat and Owl Place Cards,
Decorated Candle Shades, and Favors
Arts and Grafts Shop,
Ar'istic Picture Framing Kodak Developing and Printing
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We are offering for sale the following Second
Hand Cars, now on exhibition in our Salesroom -
ati&eptional prices :
Model 10 llulck runabout; three-speed transmission; ujnglo renr seat; Cngll8h,L,ake color;
new top; fully equlppeij. In-hiding mngnotto; 18 II. P. P. O. II, Honolulu,...,...., $ 850 00
1910 Model 30 Cadillac touring car; 33 II. 'p., new top; newly pointed.' P. O. II. Hono- -
lulu ...''.. '.'...')...'. $1,200.00
1910 Modol 30 Cadillac deml-tonncnu; fully equipped, Including now Bet of tires. Run 3000
miles only. P. O. II. Honolulu , $1,450.00
1910 Frnnklln double rumble roadster; 22 H. P., fully equipped, Including llosco magneto.
P. O. II. Honolulu , , $1,000.00
Peerless 7-pawsengor touring cir; fully equlpd, Including new topj body; rndlator; hood,
foot boards; tires; glass front, etc. P.O. It. Honolulu $2,800.00
1907 l'ope-Hartfortl C-passenger touring car, fully equipped. P. O. II, Honolulu....,..., $1,400.00
190D Reo runabout; fully oqu'iJped, Including top nnd glass front, p. O. R. Honolulu $ 350.00
Reo C-passenger touring ear, painted black. P. O. n. Honolulu..) . ..w... $ 150.00
Itco ri-passenger touilng car, painted red. P.O. 11. Honolulu, .r $ 150.00
Wlnton Model IC G-pnssenger touilng car, four-cylinder typo. P.O. II. Honolulu,. .'. . . . . $ 250.00
One 1908 Pord runabout ',' , ' c 125.00
Model X Stevens-Durjea touring car, fully equipped, Including Prestollto tank, glass front,
C ' j, tgsils, etc. P. O, 11. Honolulu , ,,,, $2,000.00
One C-40 Thomas double njmble roadster, fully equipped, Including top,, glass front, Presto-
llto tank, two tiro covers, etc ' i son 00
, Wo should ho pleased to have you call ,nt our salesrooms and Inspect these cars, which are now
on exhibition, Purttier Information and demonstrations given on application
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
Every Steamer Brings Us Something
New- ", .
Wc arc now showing an extremely handsome and
select line of
Linen Wash Skirts
Prices range from $8.50' to $25.00
To match the above wc have just opened a choice
v- selection of
made of fine sheer materials at popular prices
Ranging from $2.75 up
A Pretty Seleotion of
DAINTY FIGURED LAWNS
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK " fr
1, lV?, 2 AND 3 TONS
A nnMOVAIH-R POWKR PLANT: Hardened Steel I1USHINOS In
overy working part; KMKItOIJNCY CONDENSING CHAMP.BH; POSI-
TIVK MECHANICAL Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAO0N CO., Agents
Phone 21GG 875 South Street, Near King
Palm Home-Made Chocolates
Are different. How?
Because made to touch the taste of the most tasty. Never
too sweet, too soft or too h'ghly flavored. Always just
aright, say our customers who buy them. Fresh ,every day
from our candy factory. ;
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