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THE Chalmers "30" is the only
medium priced car that was
ever awarded the Glidden Trophy
Of all the GliJdcn Tonrs, that of 1910 wai the
longest, and by far the hardest. 'I lasted for sixteen
running dajrvand covered 2,851 miles. It itartd at
Cincinnati and went "by way of Dallas, Terns,"
through thirteen Statet to Chicago.
Words and pictures cannot make plain the racking
cobblestone roads of Kentucky the stump-studded
forest trails of the Tennessee mountains the snarrlpi
of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Texas
the mud of Kansas the bridgeleis southern streams or
the sweltering heat that punished cart and men alike.
It It the opinion of experts nho made thit tour
that no car in the world could have completed It with a
perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to l-oulsvllle to
Nashville to Sheffield, Ala. to Memphis to Little
Rock to Hot Sprlngt to Texatkana to Dallas to
Law ton, Oklahoma to Oklahoma City to Wichita,
Kansas eleven consecutive days out of the sixteen,
through the hardest part of the trip and for five
days aftcrevcry other car on tho tour had been
penalized, not a tingle point could be as'essed against
the Chalmers "30" the $1500 car $1600 nith mag
neto, Preit-O-Llte tank and gas lamps.
In all the history of motoring, there it no per
formance like this. The Glidden Trophy has never
been won before by a car costing less than 14000. ,
If you are thinking of buying a car, what better
proof could you ask ofreliable performance under all
conditions than you have (n the Glidden Toor record
of the winning Chalmers "30" I
The Chalmers "30" has never been defeated
fn any Important motoring event by any car of
It price and power class. The Chalmeri "Forty"
won the Detroit Trophy In the 1909 Glidden Tour.
Chalmers cart have won more eventt of all kinds In
proportion to the number entered than other cart.
In addition to perfect mechanical performance,
yon get In the Chalmeri all the beauty of line and
finish that you can find In any car.
What more could you ask In any car at any ptlce
than you get in the medium-priced Chalmeri t
We have never had to large a volume of business
as we have now. There has never been so satisfying a
demand for Chalmers cars as thete has been since we
announced our 1911 models. Yet this demand will
not affect the Chalmers policy of building cart 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 cart are the first choice
of those who look most carefully Into the automo
bile question and know the most about automobile
1911 cari are now on exhibition. Dslivtiiei art
being made accotding to schedule.
Qialmers Motor Company Detroit, Mich.
Uetntti tmdir SIJtn Pattnt
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, dealers in motor cars
Why Don't You' Use a
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC IRON
Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A Q00D JOB, SEE ME TOK SIIARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1697 ELITE BUILDINO
The caffonclcss coCcc. Whole j;rains perfectly roasted
and with the flavor a id aroma of all coffee.
50 cents a pound tin
It Does Not Get On the Nerves
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
MOTTO: HOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD
A new Sweet that' has all the high qualities of other Gunthcr
goods is '
New stock just received contains these Nuts. Chocolates and ,
Creams in fancy boxes; priced from 40c up to $1.25,
THE SHEEREST OF OARMENTS LAUNDERED WITHOUT INJURY
J. ABADIE, Prop. PHONE 1491
Remember the Address. No Br inch Office,
777 KING STREET
HERE is good news for you.
This week we offer six pat
terns, of large, roomy Arm
Rockers, golden oak, regu
lar values $6 to $7.50
Choice for $5.00
This showing and sale will still
further emphasize the fact that
for value and variety there is no
place like Hopp's, and no
time like the present to satisfy
your furniture, wants.
See Window Display
J. Hope & Co.. Ltd.,
The House of Quality
185 King St.
MADE FROM HAMMERED COPPER,
in whole pieces, is a fancy of people who wish their possessions
distinguished as different from others.
BOOK MARKS, PAPER. KNIVE'l and other- useful artcles
made from this material arc in stock here.
Arts and Crafts S3ioi;.
1 .1 Wk
Clues Followed to Noth
I'cvolnpincnls In iliu l.tm Angel
"Times" horror utc coming to llio sur
riicu slowly. A K 1 o.i 1 many of tho
clticfl (lint luo been run itiran li.no
imiiuntul to nothing. Tlio latest fiuin
tho ikiIIco Bidu Is contained In ttiu
nmut dispatches as follows:
SACItAMKNTO, Oct. 12. Arrested
on suspicion Unit lie was concerned
with tho dvnamltltiK (if (ho Uis Ange
Its Tlmug building the morning nf Of
'jIit I, n man known ns (ieorgu W.il
lam was arrested al,lho poKtuIlh'o here
Ktslwlay upon request of Chlif of
I'ollru (lallnway, of Ims Angeles.
Whrn nrirstcd Wallaco ittti'inptcil
In destiny loiters which lie hail just
received. Ifo npiiciireil badly frighten
ed. The letters taken from Wallace
who signed bvloliiTMurrny uinl were
sent fi out tho Hotel St. Units, r,5J Com
ttnl incline, I.on Angoloi. One of tho
let lent nn prilled tit the Amnio sta
lion October 6 mid the other tho iliy
previous. The (list letter, tho ono
Willi h lellH most. U ns follows:
Refers to Chandler.
"Kilciul (liiiiKu: I suiu was surprls
d vvh.'ii I gut to tho loom laKt night
mil cot onr note, lint 1 boom got over
my surprise. While going In Hiippor I
mis held up mid felt of my hip poc
kets three tliueH Inside or II vo minutes,
nice on .Mnln H'.iret. again on l'ointh
iild l.os Angeles, ami attain on Hcv-
until mid San Pedro. Theso
Ih crary. Yea, gum. mad. Tliero Is no
doiiht In my'mliid that Chandler known
inrre than ho says. Tho least mild
thioiiph tho mull, tho heller. (Jeorgo,
Jim told mo Jon told tho chief ou
wire born In Glasgow. You know tho
lent. Just think what I menu, (leorgo.
I have no more to gay now.
"If I wuh talking to on I would (ell
Mm a whole lot of what I hoard ami
Keen during tho ghort tlmo J on woro
"Grind Down the Poor."
Tho gecond letter conlalmi lens that
scorns of possible Importance, to tho
IkiIIco. Tho writer discourses upon
(ho rich men wlm want to grind. down
tho poor. In the rourMj of tho letter;
he refers to u man named Murphy,
who Wallaco gays la a miner wild
whom ho had worked In HuUo county.
Wallacotwlll ho taken to Los Augo
SAN KKANCISCO. Oct. 13. It l.o
catnu known tonight Ihat tho iletec
tlven from Log Angeles, who havo
liccn In IIiIh city govcral dayH In con
nection with clowg to tho three men
who purchased dynamite believed In
hau liccn used In tho destruction of
the Times building, have discovered
tho lodging place of "J. II. Ilrjco" and
"!' A Perry" two of tho lliieo gus
lieetg, prior In the tlmo Hut they mov
ed lo tho Argonaut hotel, llrjco hu
came a linker i't Dio homo ill Mrs.
I). II Ingoruoll SGSii Tweuttelli at reel
on Septeinlier I.
Devoted Time to Plotting.
Mih. lugeiroll refused lo talk much
ihoutlier former lodger. aliig that
all the Information gho iiossossed wan
In tho hands of tho authorities. Blio
gahl, however, that llryco and Perry
lovoleil their tlmo while togothor In
plotting against somo one, gho would
mil hay who, and that they frequently
TIipso discussions weru held In
Urco's rooms, hut at times tho men's
volrcs were rained to u pitch thai
mudo Ihem audlhlo all over tho Hat.
It Perry the "Squint-Eyed.'"
Mm. Ingcrsoll's ilescrlptlon of
llryco tallies exactly with that given
of Uryson, ono of tho purchasers of
tho ilvnamlto. whllu gho dcgcrlliud Per
ry In sucli n way as positively to
Identify him ns tho "squint-eyed man,"
another of lha trio. Mrs, Ingcrsoll
ulsn Bald that sbo was acquainted
with u woman friend of llryco und
that It wuu through this young woman
hu happened to go lo Ihu lugcrsoll
hiniho to room, Tho namo of tho wo
man Mrs, lugoisoll refused to divulge
According to Mrs. Ingerboll, llryco
camo to her house Suptcmhcr , tell
lug her that hu was a printer from
Chicago, hut that ho hail Just como
fioni Uia Angolcs, wheio ho hull been
for two or three daa. -
Answered to Namo "Smithy,"
llrjio greeted Perry when tho lat
ter called him "Smithy." When Hreo
went to tho hotel hu telephoned Mm.
Ingeinoll asking her to tuko illnuar
with him. Shu lefused, who mild, ho
cuuso tho cnuvergatlouii gho had
he ml helwten Unco and Perry had
alarmed her. What tho Biihitanco of
tlic.Ho coiivergatlons was gho refused
to gay, f culher than that they woro
plotting against soma ono and lined
tho word dynumllo.
Mis Iugeiboll wag posltUo that th;
two men did not leave hero on tho
giikolllio schooner Kate, hut would not
say how shu knew, Shu gulil hoth
men left San r'lancbro muuo tlnm af
for Infants and Ohildt-cn.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT lXI'AXTS are jicciillarly gusceptlbla to opium and Hi various prrp
nrations, all of vrhlcli aro narcotic, Is well known, liven In the. smallest
doc, If conllnucd, theso opiates cauo chnngrs In the functions ami growth of
tliu veils, rrldcli aro likely to becoino permanent, causing1 imbecility, mental
IH'rvcridon, a cruvlnjj for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Kcrvom illa'cs, guch
as Intractnblo nervous ilygncpsia nnil lack of staying power, aro a result of iloIng
wllli opiates or narcotics lo kiep children quiet In their Infancy. Thorulonmong;
physicians Is that children should never reccivo opiates In tl.o smallest doses for
morn than a day at a time, and only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups nnd other
n.inotics to children by any but a physician camiut ba loo Mrnngly decried, and
the druggist should not bo a party lo It. Children who arc ill nenl tliti attention
cf a physklan, and it Is nothing less than a crime to tlowj them willfully wltlmar
ix Its.' Ca-storla contains no narcotics If It bears the flgnaturo of Chas, II. Fletcher.
Tho d ..Xg? j r Biiurnnlcoi genuine
Mennlure of ar. i&Ai4 Onuiorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Yoor pttirtmt, kntmn CatorUlhaTOUul
Fir irp.ra In tl.tldrvn'g conipltltiti tit 1 hive found
Dotbh Utur.' Juiik J. Lir M 1) ,
Fcr nrrral ytn I rrcMiimrtnlc4 jour'CMtorU
tnl p All alwtji cuotlnne to do o,a It Lm Iht
rUbl pmlbcrsl brntflcUl rrtutt,M
Kuwix F. Vakviw. M. 1)., New YorkCliy.
MTnf Cutorla ta a niTiutrloun lioa'rhoM
rrmrt, Itlapnrel TepeUlsIo an J acts an a mill
cat hit tic Abort all, It tl'xt no bann, which fa
more than can l aald of lha pnat majority of chll
drcns n nmllea."
Viotoi II. CorrMAV, II. D., Omaha, Neb.
1 hate prrKrlb. your Cantor) Id many ttwt
and bare alwaya fouM It an tfllclent and rpcrdy
Ki&tdy." A. F. reiLin, M. D ( 8L Imla, Mo.
1 harq ti"nl your Cavtorl In my own ImowM t
with pond nfilif, and havr advlM-d Mrrral paltriita
ti um) It for lu mild, laiallra effect and frccira
from Uaru. Kdwaku I'idsiih, M. Df
. Ilnaklyn,tf. T.
YoarCtmta hold the rrWrm of thn medUat
iirofcf rlon In a manner h.M hy no uiLrr nprlctary
jirvi'iration. It la I pure and rtlUMo mrdklne fo"
Infanta and cbt drrn. In fact It la the onlrcrul
houichold n meily fur Infantile almicnta,
J. A. Vx rnnim M. D., Kanaaa City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
in Use. For Over 30 Years.
1028 Nnnann St.
Rat and Roach Paste
rids the house of all vermin la
a night. Drives rats and mice
out of the house to die.
Jos.boir.c.1 Uor.boi Jl 0). SuUbrdruircliU
or wni uprc.i pttp.U on roeslpl ct prlco
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, III
Significant Statement Made by
Roosevelt During Recep
tion at Atlanta.
ATLANTA, (ia., Tiicmlay, Oct. 11.
"Ily (lenrKc, If I IhiiiiRht I 11111I1I carry
a sIiikIu Smithcrn stato, I wuuhl will
limly run fur tho iiruslili'iicy."
Colonel ItiHibOtcll iniulo that state
ment Saturday, It wuh Icarncil uHtcr
lay, In tho prmMico nf Major Mail
ilox anil other incinliurs of thu lecco-
lion 'coinmlttco that ofccortoil him
thrnucli Atlanla'H BtreelH.
As tho iiroccEHton inovvit alniiR llio
HtrcetH, with tho colonel IiowIhk hli
ackiioHlcilKincntH to tho thoiijiinils on
cllhur ulilc. Mayor Maihlox tohl Mr.
IliioHovvH that ho hail II veil In Atlanta
nil his llfo ami tho cioml wan tho
larsout ho hurl over ueeii on thu htrtela
on any iiccuhIdii,
"Von boo, Colonel IIimuocU," mlilcil
Colonol I'reil .1. I'axuii, pieslilent ol
tho Atlantis Chanihor of Coiiiincrci',
"what tho uvoplo of Atlanta wouhl iln
for joli, If yon iao llmni a rlianco"
"I roRaril It as iinfnrliinnti'." Balil
Colonel I'axon hint nlitht. "that tho
mattur rcachoii tho iiowhiuikjih, an
Colonol KoOHtnult was tho pncnt nf
tho city anil I coimhluruil his stalo
inent, mailo In his nniial enllmslastlc
niamior, as conllilcntlal."
AERO BOMB TEST TO
BE TRIED BY THE NAVY
Monitor Tallahassee Ordered
to Washington to Under
WASIIIXtlTON, I). C, Oct. 8.
Thu Navy Uep.irt tnciit proposes to.
tent for itfcolf thu various thcorlrsjus
(p tho ilcKtruttlvo powers of Ocplh-
i,leH ilroppeil on tho ilecku of bnt-
IlLshlps from airships.
Tha monitor TnllahnKseo hns hron
onlcreil to Washington for a Ecrlca
of tcbts, tho final ono of which will
hu an cnconiiler with an airship
utiiler hattlu conditions. The Tallu.
hasfco was flrst namcil tha l'lorliln
nnil Is n sleter ship of thu monitor
She Is heavily armored, carries
twcUo-lnrli kiiiih In turrets and has
it steel protection for her deck's
stroiiK Itailcl nrmnr. It Is tho pur-
(ofco of tho department to IicrIii tho
testing of tho iirmor-illercliiK shells
uKnlhst thu armor of the T.illahas
uutnt Incllncil aiiRtcs. -
In tho recent testB with tho ram
Katalulln a twcho-tnrh shell which
went wild sent tho old mm monster
to tho tiottom of the I'otnmac. Thp
tests with llicr Tallalmtsoo will, of'
course, t.il.o pl.uu at a great distance
from Washington, and nioro secrecy
will. bo preserved than that which
allowed the story of the Katalulln to
It Is well khown that tho naval
chiefs do not hcllen that thero Is
much danger to liattlt-shlps from ex
plosives dropped on tho deck of a
vessel unless perchance tho homo
should drop perpendicularly Into the
funnel of tho ship.
Una part of tho test will he a
small mms attack on tho oncoming
airship. This must ho done with
hl.inl: cnitrlilKcs.i hut It ran bo de
termined wlti sulllclcut accuracy
whether an ah ship will ho destroy
ed whkh npproai lies within rids
shot of tho crew of a battleship,
TO CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine
Tablets, All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grovo's signature is on
l'AKIS MCDICINU CO, St. Lews, U 8. A.
.iiii,ii l.uji'ni ('uiti:s i:(7.i;3ia.
WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE STIFF
arid muscles soro fiom cold, thciim.i'
tlsiti or uouralKhi; when )ou slip
strain or- bruise yourself uso Terry
D.'ixls' ralnklllcr. Tho homo remedy
my"For Rent" cards on alq t
th Pnllptln nffirn
A, , $ W . ! , At i .) .! V t
tor Soptemher !t and that they went
In different directions.
Expect Capture Scon.
I'eiry, tho "srpilnt ecd mnji," h
Ihoiight lo ho tho nun who routed
the launch I'nstlmo or Peerless, tho
description fmnlshcii br Mrs. Ipeer
soil tnllylpK f-xnrtly with that tyvfi
hi tho launch owner. v ' '
Acting on liifdimatlnn obtained from
Mrs Ingorsoll, he detecthes bolloo
thai thoy will Hiiceed In hicallnK the
uiupccts within two or llirvu da) a.
Skin Kiifferers! Drop greasy salve
and nasty medlclnos. That mild.
soothing liquid, I). I). I), l'lcscrlptlon.
stops tho uwful tci with tho first
drops. A doctor's prescription of
acknowledged valuu. (let n boltlo at
Honolulu Drug Co.
I si 1 1 li l per jrar.
Manufactured from pure'dlttllltd wt.
er. Delivered' to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kcwalo Telephone 1128
For the Best SODAS, 0INUER A1E
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Rycrof t's Fountain
J i iJE snJ-- .JtV. 1'
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