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RVKNINO 11UM.CTIN, HONOLULU, T. Jl., WEDNESDAY, OCT 20,1910
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VH A LIULAJLJ.L
HPHE Chalmers "30" is the only
medium priced car that was
ever awarded the Glidden Trophy
Of all the Gliddtn Tours, that of 1910 r tht
longest, and bjr far the hardest. Jt lasted (or sixteen
running days and covered 2,851 miles. It started at
Cincinnati and went " by way of Dallas, Tens,"
through thirteen States to Chicago.
Words and pictures cannot make plain the racking
cobblestoneToads of Kentucky the stump-studded
forest trails of the Tennessee mountains the snampi
of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Texas
the mud of Kansas the brldgeleis 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 have completed It with a
perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to Louisville to
Nashville to Sheffield, Ala. to AJemphis to Llttls
Rock to Hot Springs to Texatkana to Dallas to
Lanton, Oklahoma to Oklahoma City to Wichita,
Kansas eleven consecutive days out of the sixteen,
through the hardest part of the trip and for flvo
days of tcf every other car on tlio tour had been
penalized, not a single point could be asstssed against
the Chalmers "30" the $1500 car J1600 with mag
neto, 1'rcst-O'Llte tank and gas lamps
In all the history of mototing, there Is no per
formancellke this The Glidden Trophy has never
been won before by a car coiling less than 1000.
If you are thinking of buying a cat, what better
proof could you ask of reliable performance under all
conditions than you hate In the Glidden Tour record
of the winning Chalmers "30" I
The Chalmers "30" has never been defeated
In any Important motoring event by any car of
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 Hue and
finish that you canjind In any car.
What more could you ask in any car at any pries
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 sines wa
announced our 1911 models. Yet this demand will
not affect the Chalmers policy of building carl 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 question and know the most about automobile
1911 cars are now on exhibition. Deliveries are
being made according to schedule.
Qialmers Motor Company Detroit, Mich.
UctnttJ aniier 5Un Patint
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, dealers in motor cars TW
Why Don't You Use a
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC IRON
Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
EUGENE B. ELY, ONE OF THE STARTERS IN LONG RACE
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SgE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
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Charles E. King and Wife
Charged With Conspiracy
(Pixel il Ilullrlln Vrrratnnli nn 1
IIII.O. Oct. 24. A lalhti Hoin.ttluti
il Eillt wnu filed list nick. III t lac
ic: in of ii bill fur sp-eMe perform
nee, In which Clnrlcs 1! Kins (lie
supvrvlsInK iirliiclii.il for West Hawaii
his wlfu, Jcinno II KltiK, uml one
.lolui Uinulwl nrc ullCKed have con
iplied tuK'.thur to defraud u minor ul
'Ilia plalnlirr, Kuliunkaluul Umulwl
Ii is Med her b'll through livr ijuiir
iIIiiii, William Kninaliui, Hho ' sets
forth In licr Will of criniilaliit that on
I'di fi, 1900 klio wns tho holder, bj
lur Kiunllati, of a freehold nisrocnicn
fur a lot at Olaa of 11.3S ucies, anil
that on tli.it iluy. on tlio iidvlto ol
tliu Lund Commissioner, alter rlio hud,
tlitouKlt lior K'1-inll.in, pcifuruiitl nil
tlio (.onil.doiiu to obtain u initont, she
iit.nlt! an nitrccniciit wltli Julin Uniu
lvv wl.oroby lie nmler ook that In (lit;
event of his Kcttlnir u lulcnt tn tliu
lot, he would convey tn lior ono ball
of III- Int.
It Is liirlhcr ulk'Kcil tint b virtue
of ll)o transfer uinulwl tib tilniil n pat
nit for tlio lot mi May 2J, i'jnfi, and
that ho baa over b'iico held tlio lof
In f:o blini lo, but tlmt ho lias refilled
In runic) half of the lot to tho plain
The ci)iiiilnltit then rocs on u to
"Vour orattlx further sliawvtli unto
oiir lienor thit she in Infornicd, mid
fnui such Inforinatloii hslicves It to
bn trim, thut John Umulwl, C. u, Klim
mid .Icmitio II. KIiir nro ccmsplrlni:
toRutber to defraud jour orntrlx Iti
tho ireiuliC!, nud that s.ilil C. I?. Klin;
mid Jeanno 1 King fraudulently dnlin
ccrlnlu title to tho mild land by vlr
tno of a certain Instrument In writ
Iiik unknown tn jnur oratrlx, siipjkh
I'd to hnvo been executed by tho tsnld
Tho plalntlfT asks (hat John Umu
Iwl bo ordered lo convey (n her ono
half of tho lot, mid Hint ho account
to her for nil tho rents coltcUed thore
on. that tho Kings' claim tn tho lot
bo declared old. and Hint all three
defendants booidered to pay. $100U
SESSION NOVEMBER 19
Illustrious Potcntnto It. W Ilrcck
ons of Aloha Temple, A A. O. N M S ,
has been tonfcrrlni; with tho ultticrH
and tho announcement Is iiimlo (lint
u corcmonlul session will be held on
Saturday, Nocmber lit, Tho Shrln
crB aro prepailni; to 1uip another of
their Jojmis otuislons and promise all
nolrca that thoy will hnn Just n
Rood a tlmo as any who hao preceded
(hem -and belter
Wni'Ut II m 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 hit tinr.
&XHJL, - ?
That despondency in women is a mental condition often
traceable to some distinctly female ill I
Women who are well do not have the blues, neither are
thev irritable and restless. Dcrancement of the female
Pinkham's Vegetable Compc
it has made many remarkable cures of female ills after all
other means had failed. There is hardly a day that some
woman does not write us that this simple old medicine,
made only of roots and herbs, has cured her of a severe
illness'aftcr several doctors had done their best and failed.
ley irritable ana restless, ucrancement ot ine icmaic
rganism breeds all kinds of miserable feelings such as back
che, headache, and bearing-down feelings. Try Lydia E.
'inkham's Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt that '
letters read them they are
Here are two such
genuine and reliable.
Baltimore, Mil. "Vor four yonrs mjr Hfn wnn a misery to
mo. I lind suffered vl(h femnln IroulilcH no lone tliiit I ns
discouraged. I lind Riven up nil hope of ever belntr well Mhrn
I beifim to tnko Jjydlii 1". Pinklinm'M Vct,'cti(lilo CoiiiimiiiikI. It
rcAtorod my lioaltli and I folt nn though new life lind keen
trlvon mc, and I nm recommending It to nil my friends."
Mrs. W. S. Ford, 1038 tniisdowne St., Ilaltlmore, Md.
Itocklitnd, Mo. "I wnn troubled for n, long time with pain
In my hnck nnd side and wan nilsernlilo In every way, 1 lind
doctored until I was discouraged nnd thought I would never
got well. I rend a testimonial nlmut I,jHn V.. l'lnklinm's Vcge
table Compound and thought I Mould try It.
"After taking threo bottles I never wan no well In my llf.
I nm rceommnnillng Iyilla E. lMnkhnin Vrgetnhle Compound
to nil my friends." Mrs. Will Young, O Columbia Avenue,
For 30 years I-ydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound hits lieen tho standard remedy for
female Ills. No nick woman does Justice, tn
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Mndo exclusively from roots nud herbs, and
lias thousands of cures to Its credit.
MssJJV Mrs. I'lnkham Invites all Mck women
HF to write her for advice Hho has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. lMnkhnm, Lynn, Mnss.
SCATTI.i:, Oct. 13. Thomas J.
UIkks Jr.. ii Government ciiKlncer,
who has been at work on the Alaska
boundary suncy, t liij icpoited the
discovery fnr nortli of (ho Arrtlc
circle of what he licllots to bo tTio
lilRhcrt iiiountnfn on tho continent,
"acceding Slouiit SI Klnley, the fn
mons Alaska peak, by nenrlj 2000
ltlf!K and Ills iir(y dlscovorcd (ho
nountnln nlillo at work on tho boiin
lary turvny near tho Porcupine
river, north 'f latltudo 07. Tho
I nnmtttnln is eas( of (he 111st morld
! l.i n. HIkks estimates Its illstnnco
fiom the Porcupllio a( 70 ntllos.
plncliur It closo to the little known
Davidson rniiRC. ' '
The party was unnblo lo get close
enough to niuUo meurnto measure
meats, but Illggs estimates Its height
at 22,000 feet. The height ot Mount
McKlnloy U 20,180 feet. ltlRgs said
that tho nowly dlrcovcrcd peak, llko
Mount Tacoma, stands alone, no o(h
er nioundilns of great height being
near, llo hopes to get close ciiourh
to It ncx( Fearon (o make nccurMa
W n 1 I y II ii 1 1 e 1 1 ii l prr jrrtr.
The caffa'nclcss cofice. Wholo Brains perfectly roasted
and with the flavor and aroma of all colTec.
50 cents a pound tin
It Docs Not Get On the Nerves
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STEEETS
CHICAGO, Oct H. Onu of (ho btart
urscrii In thu Chicago Post-New York
Tinas aerial iulu o Ntvv Voilt ftom
this tl(y Is i:ugeno II. lily. IIo ta
known as u daring aviator and can be
counted on to Btrlvo for tho $25,000
price, In addition to which the stun of
$!iooo litis been olfcrcd by CIIITord II.
MOTTO: HOT HOW CHEAP. BUT HOW GOOD
A new Sweet that has all the hi;h qualities of other Qunther
New stock just received contains these Nuts, Chocolates and
Creams in fancy hoxes; priced from 40c up to $4.25,
Appointment Made By Board
Of Health Late Yesterday.
THE SHEEREST OF GARMENTS LAUNDERED WITHOUT INJURY
FRENCH LAUNDRY, ,
J, ABADIE, Prop. PHONE 1401 777 KING STREET
Remember the Add) ess, No Bnnch Office.
At n meeting of Ilia Ileal d of Health
held, lalo josterday iitlornixm, l( was
ilfdded (o offer tn Dr. A. N. Sinclair
tho position In tho licidth department
made vauint' by tlio appointment, of
Jir Boxton as nuunintliiu officer til
Illlo, tho nppolntinctiu r wiving mo
unanimous approval of tho member:)
of tho 'board.
Thorpe vteip tlitco men consldorod
for tho iiosltlon, Doctors aiiephonluud
Tioiitmon bcblilcH Dr Sinclair, bti( as
Dr. Bliiclafr vaK u specialist In labor
miosis and plngue ho was cnnhldorrd
the more valunblo man for tho p3l
Hon. nlMi as ho would glvo up his
iirlvato in net Ice anil dovoto all his
tlmo to tho mntlors of IiIh new posl
linn with tho exception of thu tlmo
required of lilm In tho Pederal (iimrun
Tho npylntinont of Dr Sinclair lo
111! tho positions of head nf lli,o tuber.
riiloslB. dispenser fur tho bureau and
lmdcrlolnRUt dnnvB thn- IVdornl anil
Tcnltnilal sTVlccs Ktllt rlosw logeth
er In tho vvnrl, 5J urcM'nllnnjnnil
ainntlnn nt .nnirffnlm . nnd' fnrrtpllotis
.lHctses'lii Ihn TorrlforxJif if 'J
ror tho lliit p.ui or 1110
of mlaiitcs of thu past (wo meetings,
I nflL'T which the first new buslcnss Ink
Jen up was (he appolulmciK ot Dr. Sin
clair. Kicd II. Nugdit vvub appointed dis
penser at Kalaitpapa fcettlcinent, and
I'. V. Wood wus appointed dlBpcnscr
bru In Honolulu.
I'loni Knllhl leceivlug station a poll
Hon was presented by tho pornoim
hold Ilium asking thut thoy might bo
ECtit (o Muloknl us soon as posslblo,
upon which favorable action was Uk
en, Another petition received was
(mm novcral men who bad at ono
tlmo b(en koktius at tho settlement
asking to be sent back thero to work
but as there wiih unfiling for (hem to
do tho petition vwis dulled.
Hoslgnallou of Mis King was form
ally uctoptod and tho appoinnvent nf
Mrs" rriincls anil Mis. Heed confirmed
by tho liuan)
Tho tcmaltidcr of tho time of tho
meeting wai occupltd with (ho pre?
fcuitatlon nf rcimrts villi tho oxcop
Hon of voting In 11.111111 tho homo lit
tho hcttlcment McVolgli llnnic, pass
ing of a resolution pf louilotcuto over
(lit. dentil of Hubert Duncan, and ills
cussing tho reconcile of Infiintllo
par.il tls, several eases having bicn
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vigor and health are the rule
and nervousness the rare ex
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ed, hops are a tonic. A little
alcohol there is but a trifle
in beer is an aid to digestion.
But insist on a pure beer
a beer that is well aged. You
will find this in
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ThcDeer That's J3rewed
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