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EVENING nUiXETIN, HONOLULU, T. ., TUUB8DAY, OCT. 20, 1910.
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RA T and ROA CH PASTE
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THE Chalmers "30" is the only
medium priced car that was
ever awarded the Glidden Trophy
Of all the Glidden Tours, that of 1910 was the
longtit, and by far the harden. t laitrd for sixteen
running days and covcred,2,85l mllci. It stared at
Cincinnati and went " by way of Dallas, Texas,"
through thirteen States to Chicago.
Word) and pictures cannot make plain theraeklne
cobblestone roads of Kentucky the stump-studded
(oiest trails of the Tennessee mountains the swamps
of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Texas
the mud of Kansas the brldgeless southern streams or
the sweltering heat that punished cars and men alike.
It is the opinion of experts nho made this tour
that no car In the world could hire completed It with a
perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to Loulstlile to
Nashville to Sheffield, Ala. to Memphis to Little
Rock to Hot Springs to Texaikana to Dallas-Mo
Lawton, Oklahoma lo Oklahoma City to Wichita,
Kansas eleven consecutive days out of the sixteen,
through the hardest part of the trip and for five
days after every other car on the tour had been
penalized, not a single point could be assessed against
the Chalmers "3D" the $1500 car $1600 with mag
neto, Prcst-O-Llte tank and gas lamps. ' '
In all the history of motoring,.there Is no per
formance like this. The Glidden Trophy has never
been won before by a car coding less than $4000.
If you are thinking of buying acar.-nhit better
.(roof could you ask of reliable performance under all
of the nlnning. Chalmers "30" t
The Chalmers "30" has never been defeated
In any Important motoring event by any car ol
Its price and power class. The Chalmers "Forty"
won the Detroit Trophy in the 1909 Glidden Tour.
Chalmers cars have won more events of all kinds In
proportion to the number entered than other cars.
In addition to perfect mechanical performance,
you'get In the Chalmers all 'the beauty of line and
finish that you can find In any car.
What more.could you ask In any car at any price
than you get in the medium-priced Chalmers
We have never had so large a volume of business
as We have now. There has never been so satisfying a
demand for Chalmers cars as there has been since we
announced our 1911 models. Yet, this demand will
not affect the Chalmers policy oi building cars for
quality, not quantity.
We suggest, therefore, that you place your order
now, so as to be sure of getting the car that Is your
first choice. Chalmers cars are the first choice
of those who look most .carefully Into the automo
bile" queslion and, know the most about automobile
1911 cars are now on exhibition. Deliveries are
being made according to schedule.
Chalmers Motor Compang Detroit, Mich.
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DEALERS IN MOTOR CARS
HOME OF UNCLE.REMUS WILL BE PRESERVED AS MEMORIAL OF AUTHOR WHO
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.Qucc.n, Victoria. Lives in Con-
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'ATLANTA. Git., gopt. 27. Tito
Undo HemUB Mcmortul 'nspnclatloit ot
Atlanta, of whlcfi'Mra. A. JleD. Wil
son Is jtrcslil-jltt amUof which Presi
dent Taft, foriuor 1'rwltlont'Koosovolt,
Andrew Unnuiglo nnd'lletiry Wntler-
pon tiro lioiioritryvYlc ircaldeiiU, Is
rnUIiig money to prerj-Tvu tlio Atlanta
homo of the, hiti .tool t'luindler Har
ris as a memorial.. Kvcr since tho
death of Undo nonius' on July 3, 10DS,
- his home, kii'ownfr n"'1 wll, ,,s
Snap llean farm, has been tho .Mecca
ot hundred's of pilgrims who know
his tales. Colonel Hposovolt has nc
ccpteU an Invitation to sjicuk ttt Atlnn
tn on Octobor Sj for tho boncilt of t,lm
association, n'nd tho money derived
from his loctuio -Will bo added to tho
fund started by AndreV Carnegie with
u check for K'OuO- Tho Iioiieo Is now
owned by tho liofrs m" tho dead ituthor
und U Valiied at mora than $!5,uoo.
fivrnl wealthy porsolis offorod .to
bu.y tho ilnco'uU,Bltt it to Jho asso
claflon, but the ,!'0lo of Atlanta
thnuelit IhntWua llnclo ..ltonillS WW
known and uelojjcd b fy Jimiiy nil
should bo ullowcd to have u part In
tho purchase. '
1 And many il mooii
Will wax and wane
lleforo We see
."ills' llko again. , -'
Tho rabbit will hldo
As ho always hid,
And' tho fox will do
As he always did,
Hut who can tell us
What thoy r.ay
Since Uncle Itomus
Has passed iiwuy.T'
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CREAM OX MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
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LONDON. Oct. ". Thoro can bd no
tloubt of tho fact that tho. throne of
Spain. Is tottorlni;, und. although King
Alfonso haB a certain degree ot pop
ularity iWlth his people, revolution Is
In tho nlr. Tho spirit of rovolt will
Tho queen mother, It Is well under
stood, exerts n powerful Influence ov
er her son, and nil against the Idea
of reform and progress. Sho Is n
woman ot strong character nnd la
thoroughly Imbued with tho traditions
of old Spain.
Thoro Is, however, another Influence"
which complicates tho difficulties con
fronting King Alfonso. Queen Vic
toria, who was an English princess,
would welcome any cliungo that would
pormlt her retirement from a' king
dom where she lives In constant ter
ror, (in ecu Mich lit Hourly Dread,
t' I.lko tho unhappy cznrlnn, Queen
iyi'ctorla 'lives In hourly dread of the
news that her husband has been ns
eucslnated, or her children slain. Tho
gtfut mass of tho peoplo hns never
rellshod tho alllanccvwlth Great Ilrlt-
nlri, duo to this royal marriage, and
thq nuecn knows It She? hersolf has
never taken kindly to tho rigorous
etlquetto of tho Spanish court, and
hus at times given nffenso In this ro-
spect to s,oino of tho old school dons.
Ifrudjr lo Almndnn II") at roxltlon.
In terror of death sho would gladly
ubundon hor royal position and seek
safety and pcaco for her husband and
children In Knglnnd.
Queen Victoria realizes that evon If
King Alfonso ncceded to the ultimate
demands of tho llberallsta he might
be only temporarily warding off the
final blow. Slio has come to t lie, .be
lief that tho monarchy Is doociud,
and would gladly seo hor husband
abdicate his throno In peaceful man
ner, jent otherwise some nwful trag
edy may rob him of crovn and scepter
as will as life.
Queen Victoria, has never recover
ed from the norrous shocV she suf
fered on her wedding day, when sho
and Kllifj Alfonso narrowly escaped
death from n bomb that exploded al
most bqnonth tho ropal roach. That
was n trofilc welcome for n bride,
nnd since that day she has never
boon ablo to blot nut; tho horror of
knowing that plots against tho throno
are In dally progress.
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Peace and Prosperity Quickly
Follow Change from King
dom to Republic.
l.lsr.ON, October ".The establish
ment of n republic In Portugal Is un
The nepubllcau flag flutters onnl
most every building nnd from every
vclilclo; tho .streets ure thronged
with protnunndcrs, Including n good
sprinkling of tourists with guide
books In hand; shops nnd ofllccs havo
Leen reopened und business gcnorally
has been resutacd.
King's Portrait Disappears.
. Tho notlcoabla outward sign ot tho
new regime are tho presence every
where of tho Rreen nnd red flag of
tho republic nnd tho complete disap
pearance of King Manuel's portrait
Irom. public exhibition. Theso hnvo
given way to pictures of members of
the new government nnd the photo
graphic records of tho revolution In
tin! shape of groups of armed leaders
nnd companies ot Insurgent troops,
nut In nctlon, but ponlng for tho
Tho damage done to the city by tho
bombardment wits surprisingly slight,
The total number killed has not
lieeii ascertained, but It probably does
not exceed 30o
Crowds Cheer; New Flap.
a, coupie or noieis near tno station
bear traces of 'linylng been struck by
Hiiells nnd bullets.
The streets never wero as busy ns
at present. Cheering for tho repub
lic, troops on horse nnd afoot pass
and repass, all carrying tho Ilepubll
rati flag, which the people massed on
tho pavements salute, respectfully dof
flngthelr hats and cheering.
The moat Interesting man In Por
tugal Is tho now. President, Theo
phlle Ilraga, who mny be said with
out exaggeration to he the father,
not only of this revolution, but of
that In Ilrazll. Under his wise-leadership,
the Republican government
Is, rapidly establishing Itself on n
firm basis. Perfect order has been
established In tho city, and the rev
olutionary forces appear to bo In ah.
solute control of tho situation,
In the Provinces.
Nothing Is slven out at tn tho
exact situation In the provinces, hut
It Is considered possible that tho lie-
publican sentiment Is almost, If not
quite, ns strong there as In Lisbon
While order has been restored and
tho city shows fqw signs of the out
break;! which resulted In the down
Prizes to Be Awarded
Excite Their In
terest. sTA.Mii.Mi of i.i:.un:its
". (Micro n. I
"Dutch," the diminutive llillletln
newsboy, seems to hnvo an Irreprev
nblo lead In tho newsboys' prize con
test, as ho hohls constantly to u lead
of several hundred papers gained over
his nearest competitor, John Iloom.i
nn, early In tho ((impctltlon. "Hutch".
has n total of fed!) papers to 8214
sold by lloomann.
"Hutch" says, "tho blcyclo Is
John nsks, "what kind of n suit of
cloltort. will I getT"
Still thoro nro over ten days In
which somo strnngo surprises may
bo sprung by one of the hustlers.
Workers for both of tho boys nro not
Inclined to take the present count as
fully Indicative ot the Una) ono.
"Dutch Is going to win," says his
"John Is going to win," others
It they maintain their present
standing both will get prizes, as will
three others. Thcro nro llvo prizes
Mid any of theni nro Una enough to
repay tho boys well for their effort
nnd keep thrm Interested until tho
close of tho contest on November
A bicycle, suit of clothes, boxing
gloves, football or n pair of shoes as
reward for doing tho usual day's work
well, Is sufficient to nctuato lazy boys
to energetic effort nnd enthusiastic
Intorrst, to say nothing of II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
newsboys who nro nlwnys on tho Job.
. IN THE SKIN
iM.bntS.'-'l UilHtllM B)4
kf 4rti(sitt nt Mbl ttftrtsi prp 14
tUarns' tut Ir 14 rUC. .
llenutlfttl mn'al nnd wood
en frames, In oval, round and
A mozt carefully -selected
nrfortment of tututdlii;',s thjit
We make up Into frames that
will show your' plctiirn to tho
Photo Supply Co..
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMEBAS
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTUBE FRAMING CO.
1050 Nuuana Street
For many years oczemn was sup
posed to bo n blood! disease and was
erroneously trcntcdjns such, hot, now
tho best authorities agree- that ec
zema Is only n, sltltidUeaKo nnd, must
be cured through tip skin. The em-'
In'ent' skin Jipeclatli,. I)r I). I). 1)en-'
nl, llrM discovered tho ecr.ema germ
nnl his discovery was quickly taken
up In both Gornincy aad France.
To kill tho eczernn germ and at tho
snmo tlmo heal tho skin, Dr. Dennis
compounded oil r'wlnlergrcen., thy-
Tho remedy" Is n
mol, glycerine,, o r
full of the monarchy, nn ominous nlr ' liquid, not n tncro salve, henco, It
of military preparation Is still evl- '"ks right Into tho pores of the skin.
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uent ana mere- nnva uoen rttmors "- "" " "iihsi
WHEN YOU DRINK
ryou want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA and INGLEN(0K,
WINES. KINO WILLIAM. SCOS)!
WinSKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAQNE.
which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to',
any part of the city. ' "'
compound seems to tako .tho Itcli
away nt onco; noon tho Bcalcs drop
away and tho disease disappears. Tho
preparation htm now been used so
long ns to 1 :ivo proven Its absolute
merit, nnd -we do nut Institute to ex-
during the day that loyal regiments
from outlying fortresses wert march
ing; on tho city. However, with tho
guns of the fleet trained on tho city
and tho strong armed' forces within
Ilia .lti iin-tiltrfinn lii ttipfr aniituirt
or the newwder of things, (here is! Itpm o-ir r .-lldcjico In I), I). D, l'rc
little real cause for alarm, Scrlptlon. 1 onolulu Drug Co.
Bratra Tours Citv.
President Draga made a
tho city this afternoon In nn nuta
mohllo, arrompanled by President
Fonseca of DrnzlU They received nn
enthusiastic reception along the en
tour of SENATOR ELKINS IS
REPORTED VERY, ILL
(Bpeclnl 11 ul lot In Ccrrcipondence.)
HIM), Oct. 18. An Interesting nnd
Instructive compilation showing' the
nationality of tho votors In the First
District, comprising I'una, Illlo and
Huniakua, has been gotten up by ono
..F tl.n mA.nl.nra tt llin tlnnrd if lYoi?
Istrutlnn. It shows that tho I'ortu-I
gueue vote Is but llttlo larger than
that of the othor whites, while the
Hnwullan vote Is 1090, as against C88
of all thq other nntlonattles combined.
Tho nationality of tha vote by pre
cincts Is as follows:
Haw. Am. 1'ort. Jap., Ch.
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CONHKU In this city, October 19,
1910, to tho wlfo of O, 1). Conger,
Sirs. Ileleno Annls, widow of Wil
liam M. Annls, who was killed by Capt.
I'eter O, llalns, Jr., will oppose the
.'pardnnioj,the prlsoiuir.'Whnse appll
"cation 4i nuy. h.ett)reaov. Iughes. ''
4 Ui Precinct
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MACFARLAIVE & CO.,
Phone 2020 Queen-Street
198 4867 ...
175 HI 71 1
8S 11 21 1
40 19 40. 3
HPtiB rln'nV nt 4ram nilin IrMAtr? '4tta(V
it is the .finest ein ever imported into ,1. V
TTintKiSI '. '. J
Made by P. Loopuyt & Co., Im'.V '
Delivered to any part of thecityW .,"
PRICE, $2.00 A B0TTLE 'J -3
ilaflCil C fiX V 1
Alakea and Queen Streets
Manufactured from nure.dlatlllad wat.
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
SEHATQR STEPHEN BMKMS
WIIKKWNO, W. Vu., Sept. 23. Son
ntor Stephen II. Klklns Is reported to
bo seriously 111 nt his West Vlrgfnla
homo near hero, und It Is said that
the prlnmry cause of his troublo Is
tho publicity which hus been glvcu
tho oft denied ongagoment of his
daughter, Miss Knthcrlne. to tho Puko
of tho Abruzzl. During thu lust few
months, It Is said, tho senator has
lost nearly seventy pounds In weight.
and his condition Is considered nlatm
For the Best SODAS. 01NUER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ryorof t's Fountain
Weekly II u 1 1 r 1 1 n It per jt-ur.
PERRy DAVIS' PAINKILLER
has nn substitute, No other remedy
Is so rffsctlvo for rheumatism, lumbago
stiffness, neuralgia or rol.i of any ryirt,
Put. up In '-'jo, SSc nnd SOc hotlles.
SJBr'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.' '
just received. '
HAWAII & ' r
with I, A3