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nVHVINd IIUM.KTIN. IIONUI.UMI. T II.. WIJJINKSDAY. OCT. 12. ID10
fc MOTOR CARS
30" $1500 "Forty" $2750
The Beauty of Chalmers Cars
Is More Than Paint arid Varnish
No low jinccd car on the matket enn ctcn
approach the Chnlmcis in lcfiucmcnt of line and
finish. None at nny price tan surpass it. It was
this that put the Chnlmcis in n class by itself
from the very first.
No part or the Chalmers has been exapger
ntcd on ovcrlone at the expense of the whole.
The car is a unit. Every part bears the pioper
relation to ccry other part. The result is sym
metry, bcautv end Chalmers beauty is moie
than skin dejp. It i built right i nto the frame
work of the car, into the iron and steel of the
chassis, s will ns the lines of thc body. This is
why Chalmcri bcautv means efficiency.
Evcr.i dctvil of desijjn spells beauty in thc
Chalmers, The low effect of tho car with its
long wheel bise is pleasing to thc eye.
You can't overlook thc graceful sweep of the
fenders, thc wide, handsome door and the big,
roomy tonne iu. Even thc painting and striping
present a bet cr finish than that on cars selling
at twice thc price. Thc heavy brass fittings, the
costly woodwork, the high duality upholstering,
all these con'ributc to the substantial, rich and
elegant appeironcc that gives thc Chalmers a
style all its o.vn.
More than this, Chalmers finish :s not put
on simply for show. It is put on because it is
thc kind of fhish that will preserve thc car be
cause it will List.
Wc would bc very glnd to show you the 1011
Models and paint out more of their Rood points in
. CHALMERS "30," TONY TONNEAU
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
ON THE RADIATOR
A Story In Brief
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
WE'VE TOO MANY IRON BEDS in 3 ft.
size, some of which arc hurt from crowdintj
and handling they can hardly be called dam
aged just a few scratches or mars! If you
want an iron bed of this size, you'll bc glad of
it for, oh, how it fetches thc prices down.
There arc about 50 odd beds, and we
price them for prompt selling no matjer
how much they cost us as follows:
$27.50 grades to close For
See Window Display
J. HOPP fc CO., Ltd.,
THE HOUSE OI? QUALITY 185 KINQ STREET
.15c. 10:, 5c
1 oiler for Iniiiieillatu sale, a larKO
T. mill . IIOl'Si: at Knp.iliulu, Kill
iiiiiM. Cut tier lot, 10,000 sij. ft. Two
lieil rooms; minium plumbing; good
soil; bliMio Tciico. Perfect title, Orlg
Inul cost, t::D0U; nuiv $1300.
llaiu Ulder, who for jcais had
WilUCIl i.iihi, news lor luu TillllU,
iCLiuuiI to huc a pi Liiumli litn o Ills
lalo. At illimcr labt night lie re
marked tluit thu '1 lines piububty
uliiIiI ho blown mi, he its attnika uu
labor unions liiul caused su li bit
ter hatred. Ilu tctuiiii'il to tlic ot
itic, iiiul In a few hours the explo
sion OLcurricl. lie was caught In
tlie tlilril Hour, with no elimicu ol
ebcape bj tliu floors or stalrwujs. Ho
was tcrrllil burned, but managed to
reach u window, Him wblili lie
Jumped Into a life net. Ilia leg was
biokcti by the fall mid lie Buttered
internal Injuries, lie died In the
mins of IMwnrd Dlsliiiian, assistant
postmaster and former city editor of
Mis. Churchill ltarrej-llldcr, wlfo
of the nlglit editor, who died of his
burns and Injuries )cstcrda), arriv
ed licio from Kan rraurlsco mid
cliortly afterward coll.tpt.cil from thu
ftraln under which she had laboictl
kIiuo learning of the entastropho,
whteh brought death to her hus
band, fche Is In u hospital" tonight
In ti bcrlous condition.
II. h Imperial Hlgl'iii'ss, 1'iliiec Trial
Hiiiiii, will not U.no tho CIiI.mi .Mam
wlillo In port ho.o tinloss ho change
his mind fiom the opli.loii he huld this
As representing tho United SlntiM
end Tcril(orl;il go eminent Marshal
Hfndiy and Chief Mrlliimo of the do
IcctUo foreo went out t tho Chln
this morning on the iiiiuraiillno laimcli
und h'.'hl a consultation with Secret
Agmt Council who has been atcom
pairing tho l'rlnco,
No tmo could get n word wlh t ti "
Fcc.eta.les or tho party, and ns for
the l'rlnco lilmtclf, ho had nothing to
Chlncbo Consul mid two secretaries
of the consulato here went out to the
steamer by launch but they hail litre
satisfaction from Ills Imperial MaJ
The word glen out was that the
l'rlnco would not come on shore, h.id
nothing to say and did not want to
tec unjonc. That was final.
Sterol Agent Council of tho Trea
sury Department who met tho narlv
here has accompanied It through tho!
United States and leaves In Honolulu
again. Ills duties aio out when thu
lines of the Chlyo nro cast oft and
tho l'rlnco and parly btart for Japan
waters and homo.
No dcnioiistfiitlon or reception of nn
ofllelal character was planned for tho
Prince on his ro'urn hcio and ho will
not bo gie' ted by any olllclals.
(Continued from faze 1)
telephone calls within the labt few
weeks threatening us with destruc
tion." Orders New Equipment.
Two hours inter the flic Chandler
was busy wilting tclcgiams oi dur
ing new printing presses and lino
tpc and stereotyping outfit fur a
new plant fiom New York. An Is
sue uf the paper was gotten out to.
day from tho composing and press
rooms of the I.os Anceles Herald and
fiom au'uixlllar) plant of the Times'
ctllto in another pall of the city.
Chandler said that two years ago
the Times had established an auxil
iary plant at College and San Kiun
Cisco Btreets,- equipping It with a
press and '12 linotype machines,
with tho expectation that the pres
ent plant would some day bo de
stroyed. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 1. Samuel Com
pels, president oMhc American Fed
eration of Labor, said today ho did
not hellcvo union labor members
HOLDS UP CHIYO
(Continued from face 1)
hud been examined, Ills Highness did
not think it necessary to turn out
and bo remained In his room.
After waiting for boine time for
him to appear, a message was sent'
that hu must appear before tho ship
would bo granted pratique, but this
message had no effect on tho Chi
Another wnfl and then tho prlnco
Dually let tho doctors Into his cabin.
They had ugreed to see him there
and nut compel him to como to tho
saloon with the other passengers,
but ut first he would not even admit
After many explanations, how
ever, he did allow tho doctois to see
Ills Majesty, and tho law having
been compiled with, us theio was
nothing else to hold tho vessel, tho
were la any wuy responsible for thei,ig was hauled down and tho Clilju
dcadl explosion mid lire In thuj cumu inside the harbor,
building of tho I.os Angeles Times. ur. Itamiis of tho quarantine scr-
"The position of the Times toward vlco was ready to cable tu Washing'
Regular values up to 20c
yard, reduced to
$1.00 Suits, reduced to 75c
$1.25 Suits, 95c
$1.35 Suits, $1.00
$1.75 Suits, . $1.35
Sizes 2 1-2 to 10 years ,
union labor Is well known," 'bald
Compels, "but nothing has happen
ed leiently to luako the feeling of
union men ugali.bt the paper more
ton for Instructions if tho prlnco had
not allowed tho requited Inspection
at tho time ho did, mid tho Chlu
would have been held pending In
striirtlous fiom the chief uf tho
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVt, 2 AND 3 T0N$
A HH.MOVAIil.H l'OWKIt PLANT; Hardened Steel I1USI1INOS III
every working pint; K.MKIUIHNCY' CONDENSING OIIAMIIKU; l'OSI
T1VIJ MUCIIANICA1. Oiling Ssteiu.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents
Phone 21CQ 875 South Street, Near King
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. King Street Waity Building
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
1500 to $15.000
Systomatizcr, Notary Public. Agent
to 'Grant Marriage Licnses, Hawai-
inn Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE-Judiciary Bldi. HOURS
0 a, m. to 4 n. m.
"I regict tho lobs of life and ile- itiaiaiitlnc service,
ktructloii of property, but I bco no
qENEttAL1 BUSINESS AOENT.
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smth
Streets. P. 0. Box 948. Phone 238G. '
m for thinking union i ... embers pQUR PERFORMERS TO
an.uhing to uo with it." I rmcM at cMDinc
Among tho rematuablo cscupcii ui uu mi liiii mil.
chionl led since tho explosion and, ..... ,
il.e weie those of George W. l.ongl "audevUlo per ormers of n.ucli
and c.ew of engravers. These men1'""'110, ml ;""' ' "rrl "l
, ., , ,, , ... ,ioio dliect from Ithkards, tho big
weio on tho sixth lloor of tho build- uuideUHe circuit, will
ng. In tho few seconds HHwvoii. 0 ht at , ,. ,,. T1ealcr,
lug between tho explosion und en- rioHp llelfl)rmcrB cumo wu) rccom.
eluiiuent of tho building In llamcs.) mcnM ni) W1UII ,lcy reached limn
all Ihcfe men made their way to(lMd ,llcn,Io,i' BK 01I t,0 nulii
s.ifct. while tho llnotypo men uml )iui(li v1Cro they all have engagn
ll.o pilnlersvon tho second lloor were m,,tHi i,i ImluceinenlB wero mado by
tiappeil by fire and perished. .Manager Overdid that persuaded them
John Unwind Jr., sou of olio of tho to stop over heio for a mouth, which
llnoUpors whoso body Is believed to time they havo befmo their mainland
be Mill iu tho rulua, also collapsed , contracts begin,
toda Slneo tho morning or tho ox- Clarn Keating, known us tho inlgh
iiloflon which took his father's lirolty atom ontortiilner, has a record of
i . . . . ii ...i. i ' itiiiiiv on limine, fill uoiilmIiu fill flm A II Us
n niiti neon wnicnuie inu ruina aim i "
Palm Home-Made Chocolates
Are different. How?
Because made to touch the taste of the mo3t tasty. Never
too sweet, too soft or loo h ghly flavored. Always just
right, say our customc s who buy them, fresh every day
from our candy factory.
HOTEL STREET. NEAR I'OItT
waiting for the sticct department
sliiielmcu to work their wii) to tho
bod) The stinln of grief and sleep
lessness giew too great today, and
bc alto was takou to a hospital.
An assortment of ODD and ARTISTIC NOVELTI.ES
that ate just light for Hallowe'en Parties and Entertainments
has been recently received. Among thc articles are
Black Cat and Owl Place Cards,
Decorated Candle Shades, and Favors
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Kodak Devfloning and Printing
Ar'istic Picture Framino
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for Calfiorau ue
(lew York; NOTARY PUBLIC,
flrant Marriage License; . Drawi
Hortsrages. Deeds BilK of Bale,
leases, Wills, Eto, Attorney for the
Ofntnrt Courts 70 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHSNE 1310.
STOCKS ARE QUIET;
r TRADING IS LIGHT
Stocks wei-p quiet today on tho
local ovrliungp, and there was little
futther ilcdlne T.adlng win exien- ...i ,.,... ..?.,.
1 l IB 11V1UU1IL Willi
It I llentley, iiresldent of the Cal
ifornia Fruit Packing Asbuelatlon, re
turned to San r.ancisco on tho Wll
helmlna this morning, having con
cluded his mission here, which was to
efrect an nriangciiieiit with tho Con
solidated l'lneupplo Coiniiany for u
handling of tlio Island pioducts li'y tho
HUCCOShful SCUM1IIS Oil tllU AUH'
trulluii circuit und tho Willis' Tiln
havo almost as many Tlio tliu In
romposnd of Hairy, Stella uml Cluudo
and It Is claimed they tuu cry er
satllo entertainers. A large ciowd
will nil doubt be present to wltunsH
tho opening of these artists not tu
Honolulu theater goors,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
McCLELLffN IS OFF
FOR WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ccmgo M. McClollun, secictary to
Delegate Kuhln, left Honolulu this
morning for Waslitnglon, I). C , where
ho will taliu up Ills work before thu
congressional committees. Ah (lie
Dclegnlo will bo In Congress tho com
ing term whether or not ho is re
elected McClellnn'H presence ut tho
capital Is necessary.
Mr. MiClellan declined to discitss
matters that will como before Con
gress relating to thc Islands. He Is
That tho California and Hawaii 'nr.xloiu for soma scttlcu.cut of the
companies will opciuto hereafter with Federal building silo und regards It
a clobor understanding and that tho as certain that tlio MahiiKu slto can
rumors of u merger are not Ill-found- !be retained If tho community decides
tho visit to tlio
lo. ally light, (bo b ggest single sale , llll(lnlun 0( , JoI1RUuei( ,..
being one humlre, i:H at S8.5U. 1' o- llltemU.t of , ,,.,,,, eo.npuny.
ueer stayed at 90, und neither .Oahu Mr JuI1Kemo, , llll0 u passenger on
nor hwa showed any tenduiey to tal- , WUieliulnu. aecoiupanlug Mr.
tj uifntivii n.,in, in inu llltlnl'l..
.llentley to San Franclsio, where tho
to stand by it.
Mis, J., Si. Lydgato gave it plclhlo
to Hi? twen' bovon children of tho
Millie Union Sundii School, on I'll
day last week, at which tho Iidjb and
think the inniket Is n lltllo "tionger ,,,,, of ,,, prnpTOod merging of In .'k'i'p cJoed n rousing grod time.
Weekly Bulletin Si Per Year
thnn It 1ms been ami Ionic for nn ad
nneo In 1'loiiei r and Walaliia
W v v k I
(crests will bo again taken up.
MFni Rnt" r.irrl nn ntm nt
li u 1 1 e 1 1 n I per f.ir. the Bulletin office.
wltli ihelr g.imes of Insplnll, nark
und foot inces all rudlng wllh boun
tlful Kitiitr Fprciul on the lawn
At L. B. Kerr's
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