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EVENING DUtLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1910
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NotwItlmtnnityliiJ the depression lit
stocks The n ')(amm Young Com
lnny report more activity In the auto
Mobile hiiMncus In tho pant two wieks
thnn for some tlrooprovloiii. Huslnesn
li.m liccii ery lively and a good innny
Bales roportqlt. .Tho I'aakanli and
Cnitlllaci bcoiu' to U' Jlie headline n
A Krent deal of Interest Is bolng
rhown In the new 19(1 Cadillacs, ow
ing to their undorfnl iotter and fine
appearance. The von Hamm-YotinB
L'ompany ictiort the Kale of a 1011
Cadillac ileml-tonncati, to Mr. U. 1
Spalding, width liHa, already been de
livered to him, and Mr. Spalding ex
pects to tako a triV around the Inl
and In ii la. hw car on Sunday,
' Jlr. It. J J Uuchley has Joined tho
ranks of Cadillac owners, having pur
chased this eek from The von
llanitn Young Company" a handsome
tlcml tonucaii car which ho Is already
. driving. Mrs. Uuchley Is also learn
ing to drlvo this, car as It has been
found Hint this year tho Cadillacs nro
so much easier to handle that It Is
mi labor nt nil for a lady to drlvo these
, Sales )t a Cadillac ourne cars to
Mr. i:. AptmiU'ion, Oft Kauai, a 1911
Cadillac touring car to Mr. V. 11
Craw' of Kulmukl, and n further 1011
louring car lo Mr, 0. Nakatanl have
aim been reported by Tho von Ilamm
.Judge I'crry has Just taken dellv
ery of n fine 1911 Cadillac touring car.
Having been so well pleased with hi)
1910 Cadillac and wishing to get a
little more power tjin Judgo has
bought a new 1911 Cadillac and Is
highly plenscd with same.
It Is reported from Doston that Mr.
I. C. Jones of Honolulu has bought
a 1911 Cadillac. Mr. Jones was one
of the first owners of n four-cylinder
Cadillac In Honolulu, having purchas
ed one In 1909. This car was in
constant use between Mr. Jones
house up on the I'all road and tho
city and performed some wonderful
work with ery little expense. Since
fcrtlsed by The von Humm-Yonng
Jortipany last week havo.been sold
me of samo going to Mr. A. II. O
vlcCormlch of Honolulu, who Is much
pleased with his bargain.
InilOOl the Cadillac Motor Car Com
pany built the first four cylinder Cad
lilac It has Just been bought by Don
t.ee of I.os Angeles, Cal , who found It
In n Binall Michigan town and was
forced to par the owner several times
tts value In order to come Into pos
session of It.
Tor over a ear I.ee searched tho
country for this car, being aided by
tho Cadillac Company llecords are
kept at the factory of all tho cars
manufactured, but even with this as
sistance ll was no sincr-uro to locate
the car. At least one tilp was made
to an out-of-the-way point, upon re
ceipt of news that the car had been
selling this car Mr Jones has always found, onl to learn that It was not
favored tho Cadillac and although he
Is the owner of another miichlno ho
has gdne back to the Cadillac again
A 1'ackard 3D touring car, and a
Packard double-door runabout have
been Bold during tho weok to some
prominent Honolulu people.
Sovcral of the second-hand cars ad-
Pierce-Four Cylinder Wins
Perfect Score in F. A. M.
The 1909 'Annual Endurance Contest of the Federation
i oi- Araerfcan,.Motorcyclists was run between Cleveland and
i Indianapolis; The contest was a gruelling one, and .the
.Wf.WUH!.,9fja-j)rjtpetL.-scorowa a mark-worthy, event.
-'Mr. Tlunt'the "Pierce" rider, experienced no trouble, en
route; although the roads were far from good, there being
an intolerable amount of sand. The claim which we most
strongly advance is that Pierce Motorcycles are built to
meet the conditions found on the worst American roads;
I they are eminently suited for long tours and arduous road
r work. It matters little whether the rider-tourist projects
' a trip over the 'smooth, level roads of France or the
mountainous trails of the American Rockies, his mount
- should be a "Pierce," wh'ch will insure a safe and com
t Portable journey. To csnvince the skeptical concerning the
" practicability and the pleasure involved in using a motor
cycle for touring, we paint out that such an eminent gen
tleman as Willam Randolph Hearst uses a 1909 Model
Pierce for touring at home and abroad.
Machine can te seen in window
' at Berger's Electrical Works,
STREET ' B. 0
the first fnur-c Under Cadillac built,
though of tho same model.
Mr. Leo's Idea was to demnnstrato
the stability of the Cadillac, and he
continued his search, until notified by
the companv that tho car had been
located In Michigan A icpresentntlvn
was pent to buy It, but the owner was
not Inclined to let It go. He said ho
had become attached to It, and iQltl
ed only when tho offer was raised to
n flguro that was Irresistible.
The, car has been shipped to I.QH
Angeles, and upon arrival there will
lo exhibited and demonstrated by the
local Cadillac representatives. In
spite of having traveled some fiO.000
miles during the six years of Its life,
tho car is In good condition and capa
ble of adding many more miles to Its
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It COMING EVENTS.
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tt athletic clubs are Invited to send tt
tt In the dates of any evonts which tt
tt they may bo getting up, for In tt
tt sertlon under the above head, it
tt Address nil communications to tt!
tt the Sporting Editor, 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n. St
tt Oahu League.
It Oct. r,.V. S. M. vs. J. A C
tt Oct. ifi.O. A. '(!. vs. 1'. A (.'
tt 0hu Juniors.
tt Oct. in. Asnhls vs. l'alamas
tt Oct C Mil Hocks vs. C A. O.
tt Jrs. .
tt Oct. 23. Four, Ball, Foursomo,
tt O. C, Moan alu a.
tt ' -Crlckat.
tt Oct. 1C Match.
11 Tennis. .
it Oct. 13-1C ManooJ Electric Light a
tt Tournament. a
tt Football. 3
tt Oct, 29. Season ppens. St
tt Runnlho. tt
tt Oct. 1C Mixed Program. tt
on Illshop street. The effect will be
good and people .can drive in, get
what they want, and continue their
Journey without having to leave
Tho Associated garngn expects
three Hudson to arrive today, and
they are all bespoken. There Is n
great .run on these cars, and thoy
are becoming very favornbl) Known
Tho I'lerco-Arrow car Is nlso han
dled by the Associated gnrnge, an 1
the famous automobile Is uhvas well
xy X- I h
Ever) thing Is hustlo nnd excite
ment at the Schiimau gnrnge, vvhero
Mrs. E. D. Tenncy of Honolulu en'
tcrtalned witlitonc of the elaborate
card parties during tho week at tho
Fairmont, whero Mrs. Tenney and
her charming daughter. Miss Wllhcl-
mtnn, havel been Rpcndlng tho past
there are nlwajs n number of cars few months. The red room off tho,
being fixed up by the expert me
chanics who aro employed at the ga
rage. The cars handled by tho Sjchuman
garage nro going off well, and sev
eral shipments are expected in the
near1 future. The 1911 Locomobile
Is looked forward to with interest,
and one of the machines should come
In on the next boat from the main
land. Tho K. M. F. cars are Just as pop
ul.r as ever, and several have been
ordered from tho factory. The sec-oud-hnnd
V.. M. V. which Is used by
tho police department Is doing good
work, and It hns saved the sheriff
more monoy than would 'have, been
expended In hire of other cars or
Manager Seymour Hall of tho As.
so'lated garage Is working on the
plans for tho alteration at the ga
rngo on Merchant street. The wld
onlng of Illshop street made tho cut
ting down of the width of tho garage
building necessary. Accordingly, n
strip of the building Is tq bo taken
off, nnd this will narrow tho space
of the garage. However, the build
ing will bo extended on the Walklkl
side, and that will make up for tho
shrinknge on tho other sldo.
A machine shop and repair room
will bo constructed on the Wal
klkl side nnd all car repairs will be
done there. No car wilt bo touched
outside of this new wing, and tho
whole space of tho main building
will be devoted to the sale and stor
age of cars.
ballroom was the scene of Mrs Ten
ney's card party. The decorations
wero of long-stemmed whlto chrysan
themums nnd red and white roses,
mingled with bridal spray ferns. There
were twenty guests. Later Mrs. Ten
ney entertained her guests at tea In
tho Laurel court, where the tea table
was decorated In white chrysanthe
mums nnd I roses, to corresond with
tho decorations of the card room.
Tho Wasp, Oct. 1.
There was a large delegation of
friends ) csterday morning at the dock
to wish Mr. nnd Mrs. K. D. Tennay
bon voyage. They sailed for their
home In Honolulu accompanied by
their daughter, Miss Wllhclmlna Ten
ncy, after a delightful visit of several
weeks In this city. Miss Tenney won
entertained by the joungcr girls nt
various teas and luncheons prior 'to
her departure and one of the most
elaborate toas of tho week was given
by Mrs. Tenney for n score of her
friends nt tho Fairmont. S. F-. Call,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry MacFarland of
Honolulu, who liavo been touring the
world by way of tho Orient, nro ex
pected to arrive from New York ery
booh. They will make a vlBlt with
Mrs. MacFarland'g sister, Mrs. II. F.
Dutton, before sailing for their Island
home. S. F. Kxamlncr.
Canton Oahu No. 1, t. O. O, F., con
ferred the degree of Chivalry on Sis
tors Roso Lnndo of Olive Dranch He
bckah I-oiIro and Annie Ulcknell of
Pacific Hebckah Udgo at I. O. O. F.
Hall last evening. After tho ceremon-
Ipu thnrn unn n tiAtilnvnhln ilnnpn mi
There will be four entrances to the, Jlle roof Cttrden. Knal's. Quintet club
altered parage one on Merchant. ,en i attendance, whllo the lower
street, one on-queen street, nnd two hall wob devoted to progresslvo whist
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Touring Bojiy Torpedo
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