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EVENINO IIULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., KMDAY, OCT. 14, 1910.
1 MOTOR CARS
The Beauty of Chalmers Cars
Is More Than Paint and Varnish
No low p.-iccd car on the market can even
approach the Chalmers in refinement of line and
finish. None at any price can surpass it. It was
this thnt pu. the Chalmers in a class by itself
from the very first.
No part al the Chalmers has been exagger
ated on over lone at the expense of the whole.
The car is .1 unit. Every part bears the proper
relation to 0 -cry other part. The result is sym
metry, beaut? and Chalmers beauty is more
than skin dc;p. It is built right dnto 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 Chalmcrj beauty means efficiency.
Every detvil of design spells beauty in the
Chalmers. The low c'ffeot of 1 the car with its
long wheel bisc is pleasing to the eye.
You can't overlook the graceful sweep of the
fenders, the wide, handsome door and the big,
roomy tonne tu. 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 duality upholstering,
all these contribute to the substantial, rich and
elegant appearance that gives the Chalmers a
style all its own.
iMorc than this, Chalmers finish ' not put
on simply for show. It is put on because it is
the kind of finish that will prc:crvc the car be
cause it will last.
We would bc very glad to show you the 1011
Models and point out more of their good points in
Detectives Running Down Practical Work In Hawaii
-jff fSv .
CHALMERS "30." PONY TONNEAU
ON THE RADIATOR
Associated Garage, Ltd., E"
Clues Expect to Land
Guilty Men Soon.
SAN ritANCISCO, October 0 tu
CHtlfi.itlon into the iljnatnlto cxplo
Rlon that u licked thu I.ni( Aimclcs
"TlmoiT building n irrnwvd ilown Inst
night Into ory concrcto facts when
the police camo Into ikjkhoslIoii of e.
dciico that enabled them to trace wllli
coitnlnty the Identity of the men res
lionnlblo fur the outrage,
A number of mysterious telephone
nicBR.TKos sent by tholnicn who regis
tend nt thq ArKoimulj HoU and sub
NO MATTER how good the cattle may
be before they reach the slaughter
house if meat is not kept right after
killing it becomes tough. We keep ours
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBHON & LOUIS . Proprietors
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ABE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1607 ELITE BUILDING-
An assortment of ODD and AUTISTIC NOVELTIES
that arc, just ripht for Hallowe'en Parties and Entertainments
lias been recently received. Among the articles arc
Blaok Gat and Owl Place Cards,
Decorated Caudle Shades, and Favors
Arts and Grafts Shop,
Arlistio Picture framing Kodak Devcloning and Printing
that the French Laundry ia but
one oillqc, and that is a$ the Laundry itself.
777 KING STREET TELEPHONE 1401
J. ABVDIE, Proprietor
102" Niinanu St
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
Col. Bullard Surprised at Large
Percentage of Hawaiians
in N. G. H.
Tho Honolulu papers aro making
unthuulaBtlc comments on tho recent
bchool of Instruction for Infantry,
(iiuccrs of tnc oigntilzcd inllltla of
Hawaii at l'ort Shurtcr, B4)a tho S.
T. Chronicle. AccordliiR tu advices
locchert from tho encampment, th'i
lour of duty was' tho most success
ful affair In tho history of tho Jin
wall National Guard nnd groat re
sults uio predfttd to tho service
Tho encampment btarted 011 Septem
ber 17 ami ended on September 23.
Moutcnuiit-C'oloncl Hubert L. Dul
lard', eighth Infantry, was lomman-
dunt of tho camp.
s Colonel Uullard rcportB thnt ho
was greatly surprised to llnd tlut
over 80 tcr cent, of the officers of
tho mllltla li( tho IslandB wore liana
Las, and sj)s that ho believes that
this fait Ik 0110 for congratulation.
Ho says: "There was a tremendous
public Intetcst In the camp. A sur
prlilng, gratifying and, significant
feature of tho sihool was tho largo
penn thgo or tho oflUcis that arc
Huwullans, It shows that tho Hu
waltuus uro loyal Amorleans. It H
eomothlng for tho Unltml States to
ho proud of nnd to foster. Tho news
papers 1110 full of tho Camp and Its
work, nud tho public Intorost far ex
ceeds that in tho United States in
llko lamps of Instiuctlon."
Among tho army off! ors engaged
In oniouraglug rlllo practise, tho
namo of llrlgadlei -General William
Crozler atunn high on tho list. As
chief of orduauio 'bis professional
duties keep him In closo touch with
rlllo practise uiid' ho gives evidence,
of his Interest by nttoudlug . tho
matches at Camp Terry each sour
Since Ooneral Crozler has been chief
of ordnanco tho present model or
llllo used by tho army unci tho na
tional guard has bom perfected an-.'
tho ammunition has been greatly
Improved. , (lonfcriil Crozler ulbo do-
signed Uio latest model of ulru
wiupppd gun for tho aimy and In
tunnoctlou with Ocneril Iluinngton
tho proaent tpo or disappearing gun
i.nrlngc for the soar-oast fortlPca
tlous. General Crozler graduated from
West I'nlnt In 187(1 and was detailed
with tho ordnanco derailment In
1SS1. As a captain ho was station
ed at tho Sandy Hook proving
grounds and the, Wutcrvllct arsenal
where ho rendered brilliant Bervlce,
He wuftbfdnnjnii otllcer lifthe'Tnlt
lpijnSAnitljTjl the (,Clliry Holler
Unpedltlnn liOm"lS! 10 mini, nnu
a;n1dr rlitut or oidnsnco In No
iicmbor, 19Cfy ,
s-niicntly rented tho
which Is known 'to lmvo carried tho
djnamlto. gaia llio officials n definite
rlcw, which was followed with re
Within a few daa tjio jmiIIcc expect
to mako 0110 or mora arrests In this
city Accurate, descriptions of tho
two men who engineered the xchemo
to purchnso the gelatine djnamlto
linc been obtained from many sour
roi liv tho imllco, who b.uo -been
combing tho bay.
Handwriting Forms Important Clew.
Tho most tnnglbto evidence now In
possession of tho pollcb Is specimens
of hnndwlting known lo liau been
executed liy ono "r perhaps both of
lh men known asTirjco and Morris
Theto specimens, which nro mid to
luo Inlmltnblo clmrnctcrlMlcx liao
been siibmltlud to h indnrllliiK ex
perts. Ail Impottnitt reK)it on com
pirlh'ms nudo or tho siicclm ns Is ex
peeled In n day or so.
It Is definitely known that Ihu ills
gulstil launch which sailed ns tho
I'ccrlofH, In the (Ilnnt Powder ("nni
ranj'H works, whcio workman hail a
good opimrttinlly to look tho rraft
in or, rhilggcd along the waterfront of
Ran Krnnclsco under its real unino
Sho remained hidden under whanca
for 'two days.
J.onrntng of this fact jistcrday, thu
pollco bollovo that tho d)namltn may
huc been carried from tho launch In
grlpi nud cither shipped on n steam
er near by the hiding plnco of the
launch or carried to tho Southern P.-V
elite depot six blocks from JI10 wharf
miner which inc crate was conceal
River Landing , Places Searched.
Sheriffs of counties bordering on
tho bay nnd nlong tho Sacramontn
river nro searching for tho landing
place It Is also believed thnt somo of
the explosives carried In tho launch
wcro unloaded nt somo obscure placo
around tho bay In tho llttlo yellow
rowboat which was towed along by
All day long tho' totephono wires
running nlo Earl Rogers' hoadqtiar-
icrs nt inn St. Francis lintel were
kept hot with longdistance cnlls from
alt over tho Stnlo. His plrked men
liao been sent to points whero sua-
peels hnvo been under survelllanco.
Information conc)ed to Rogers
causes him to bcllovo that poven or
eight personH planned tho schemn to
purchnso tho dnamllo In this city,
nway from tho scene of tho outrage.
In ordor to throw tho authorities off
tho right track,
In an Interview with Detective Wil
liam Rums, that great tracker of
"Their tracks aro so well marked
thnt opcapo Is practically Imposslblo
It Is only a question of llmo when wo
will bring them In. Tho facts gather
cd about San Francisco check up ton
dot with what wo havo learned, at this
end. Tho trail left by tho dynamlt
era Is clearer thnu wo had expected.
In somo Instances It Is of n naturo
thnt leads us to bcllovo that tho Iden
tification will come quickly. Thorn
nro Home gaps to bo filled In, but tin
necessary miitorliil Is being accumu
For tho present tho main efforts of
tho detectives In rhargo of tho Inves
tigation will bo devoted tn this terri
tory. A number of persons havo conio
forward with Jnfoinuitlon thnt has Jed
to tho temporary arrest of sovcrnl sus
pects, but tho police stated tonight
thnt they hail In dotlnuo no ono
ngnlnst whom there was any dofinltn
evidence. Tho arrest of It. .1. Olllls,
a plpo fitter, gato rlno lo tho report
that n capture bad been made, but
the (iffotifco of (Illlls lies, so fnr us Is
now charged. Is nn expression of sym
pathy with tho died
Agents of Others.
Thp theory upon which tho whole
Investigation Is being picsscd holds
it m n :: u it a u it w n u tt st a
Stuco General Crozler has been
chief of ordnance thu department has
increased from sixty-five to ejghty
five officers and the work has been
gicatly extended because of the In
ctearo In tho activities of the nrmy,
tho dofeiiBO of tho I'nnnmi Canal,
tho fortirylng of the courts and rlllo
work In the national guard. General
Crozler Is heartily In sympathy with
the movement for the rovlval of rlllo
practise, among civilians. He haB
strongly recommended tho passage
of a bill appropriating $100,000 for
JIjo, uihimrnnent ot rlllq practise
among ilvlllaiia,fliiil In schools, and
i4 iticiiifif'lieUever In piepnrlng the
joung men of the inuntry to bear
arms for their country In caso of
Schools Making Good
The cnthuslnjm In Industrial train
ing Hint Is manifest In the schools of
Hawaii Is something to bo proud of
nnd It Is glowing nil tho time
Kqulpmcnts for work nnd study In
this particular branch of education .
nro being udded to schools through
out the Territory constantly.
Tho Mirloiis branches ot Industrial
education arc considered under tho
following: Agriculture, woodwork,
printing nnd domestic science, the ,
latter being subdivided Into cooking,
sewing, laccmnklng and weaving. I
Most of the schools !ma taken nc-'
tlve part In Arbor Day exercises,
planting trees on school grounds and
along roaili lending to tho school
premises. They hnvo cooperated with
tho department of ngrlculturo and
forestry and In a general way shown
Interest In trco planting.
Agricultural work Is reported to ttio
Department of Public Instruction
under Uio following headings: Clear
ing nnd nrciiarlng land: keening
nchool grounds In order; (lower gar
dens, vegctnblo gardens, nnd trco
.Manual Work In Public hclinols.
Twenty-ono of tho schools hnvo
equipments for carpenter work and
7r,7S pupils have been doing wood
work during tho year.
Cooking lias been carried on In
many of tho schools, with tho aim ot
bringing about refinement mid cul
ture in homcmaklng, nnd giving
knowlcdga of simple cookery, and tn
famlllarlio tho pupils with tho rela
tive Ynluo ot stnplo articles ot rood.
Seven schools havo outfits and nro
doing regular printing on school
About 8500 pupils have been In sew
ing classes. Practically nil ot tho
public schools teach plain sowing lo
both boys nnd girls ot primary grades,
tho training ot the bauds being con
sidered ot equal Importance tn both
saxes. Moro complicated forms of the
work, ns cutting- and" nttlng or gar
ments, aro taught tu tho girls of the
I.ace nnd W ruling.
Twenty-ono schools glvo instruction
tn laccmnklng, and 517 pupils studied
lauhala, bamboo and grass weaving
2185 editorial rooms 2256
business oflicr. These nre the tele
phone numbers of Hie II n 1 1 e 1 1 n.
tho dynamiters as tho agents of oth
ers, It 1b known that tho men who
obtained tho explosives at the Glnnt
powder works wcro supplied with
quantities of money. For tho powder
tho boat nid o'her articles thoy ob
tained they paid fiom n liuga roll of
currency This Is regarded na streng
thening tho theory of conspiracy and
tending tn show that there had been
u substantial payment In ndvnnco.
Tho nlm or tho Investigation will bo
to run tho plot to Its source. This Is
the deslro or tho businessmen's com
mittee and ot tho commission ot the
state federation of tabor.
Tho 8nn Francisco pollco lorco has
conio actlvoly Into tho local situation
through, tho prcsenco hero of Dctoo
lives nunner, Uynn nnd Hurko. Thoy
havo been cooperating with Hums In
tho north nnd will glvo further assist
Mexican Border Guarded,
Tho Up was out this afternoon that
the trail headed straight for tho moxi
can line. 'Precautions previously Ink
en wcro augmented and wires flashed
lo tho borderland, 1
Special details of detectives assign
ed to 8nn Pdero to inquiio Into tho,
movements or launchos hnvo been en
deavoring to learn It tho launch Kate,
which slipped through tho Goldon gato
September 23 docked nt Ibis port, No
rcpoit has been ncclved tolling ot
the prcsenco or tho llttlo vessel.
Thciu Is now 11 strong bellof that
Ihe djmiiulto was brought down horfl
In small puckages so as not tu uroiuo
It Is believed that tho rost nt the
gelatine will bo discovered In a vcrj'
Kscapo bus hien effcrtivoly cut oft
for tho guilty pcrbons through Infor
mation wired" to imllcn chlofs IIuoiikIi
out the country. Steamship and rail
road companies havo been furnished
with full descriptions ot thu suspected
Thu noticing of tho city ot Us Ah-
goles continues along tho strictest
lines. i:ight)-(lvn itddlllonnl patrol
men were added to tho force during
thu day and all vacations wuro run
celed. A movement has been begun
looking lo tho systematizing or the
search for tho culprits.
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Cut Price necessitated by arrival
of big shipment of Trunks on
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regular selling prices.
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Stay Far Away Trora
Buhac burned in one of thcic is
without unpleasant odor
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J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Fnrrott & Co. San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QIUNNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER) ..'
Neuwan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter '
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
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Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX MO
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. H., Except Sunday ,
All kinds of Elcctrlo Light Baths (blue, red, white nnd violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle, Nnuhcim. Curbonio Acid
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