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BVKNINd MJM..KTIN, IIONOMIM), T. II., mi DAY. OCT. 28, 1910.
THE Chalmers "30" is the only
medium priced car that was
ever awarded the Glidden Trophy
Of til the Glidden Touti, that of 1910 ws tht
longest, and by far the harden. It lasted for sixteen
running dy and covered 2,851 mtlci. It itarrtd at
Cincinnati and went " by way of Dallai, Texai,"
through thirteen States to Chicago.
Words and pictures cannot make plain the racking
cobblestone roads of Kentucky the stump-studded
forest trails of the Tennessee mountains the tnampi
of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Teaas
the mud of Kansas the brldgeleu southern streams or
the sweltering heat that punished cars and men alike.
It is the opinion of experts who made this tour
that no car in the world could have completed it with a
perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to I.ouliillle to
Nathtllle to Sheffield, Ala. to Memphis to Little
Rock to Hot Springs to Texarkana to Dallas to
Lawton, Oklahoma to Oklahoma City to Wichita,
Kansas eleten consecutive days out of the sixteen,
through the hardest part of the trip and for five
clays after every other car on tlio tour had been
penalized, not a single point could be assessed against
the Chalmers "30" the $1500 car $1600 with mag
neto, I'rest-O'Mte tank and gas lamps. ,
In all the MstorV of motoring, there Is no per
formance like this. The' Glidden Trophy has neter
been won before by a car costing less than $1000.
If you are thinking of buying a car, what better
(roof could you ask of reliable performance under all
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 hate 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 tM
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 I
We hare never had so large a volume of business
as we hat e now. There has never been so satisfying a
demand for Chalmers cars as there has been since we
announced out 1911 models. Yet this demand will
not affect the Chalmers policy of 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 question and know the most about automobile
1911 cars art now on exhibition. Deliveries art
being made according to schedule.
Qialmers Motor Company Detroit, Mich.
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DEALERS IN MOTOR CARS
Why Don't You Use a
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Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A U00D JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1007 E&ITE BUILDING-
j t was still dark last Thuisday
innriiliig Mvhoti llio troops of I'ort
' Slmf tur rvtiiriictl to the punt from
'Uitw'wJl'ltV scrvko lit tilts Held. All
ol till! men woru happy to rutttrn to
thrlr old Eurioiindlligs, for Hid trip
was it lisml niiu ami will bo long re
meniborcd by ctery man of the, li.it
Inlimi Hint took It, tin It cam.) l
'iitimiiil the Island. This Is the lasi
long hlKo Unit the Twentieth will
tuhu cm this Island, iiml not only
(hut, lint it Is tlio Inst hike for many:
uf tho men, owing to -tlio f.i t (lint
tlio next four or live transport!! will
Iran- away (itiin Honolulu -a great
number of tlio uldtlmcis to lie ilia
First Day Easy,
tilp was on thing but
Il.icon and hardtack arc
1,1,, lll'lll I
I" "" t
not easy to rclnlw;v.ea .under picas
jilit clictiniElunccs, and when the wa
tur supply bcglnn to act low, with
but a few drops left In tht' can
teen', Hit) toldlur thinks of home and
all of those good things. It is easy
iinugli to lilku on a pacd road, lint
after, u lii.ui trudges along thioiigh
s.imt two feet deep for a few hours,
mid his blanket roll begins to frcl
liku a squad roll, lie Is willing to
halt u ml lamp most any plate Such
was the -Into of ulTiiIrs while tour
ing tlio windward sldo of the Island.
One Day at Makua.
Kiom Wahiiiao tlio troops march
ed to Mnktia, wlicro thoy btajed over
tnlloii tiioed on to tho Swanzys.
It did not march this time In the
same old ivaj niko lilty mniinnj
mid uvl tin Inn diitltii, tlio cnllie
tilla shnin battle took place. The
liillalloii wa iliviiled up ultac.i mil
uslsl. nuil It had nil Im.ig nary at
lack on the wrgon train This kept
(lie men lntcie.tcd all the way, ami
lieloie aii)onu unlizcd they wo.e lit
Ju.inr'H. Here was n due plate to
tamp, so tlioj loealcd for two nights.
Vi llttlu to plcnre at this stop,
but the men were fast bo laming
hardened to the outdoor life, ami the
uouotoiiy was but tittle milked.
Mcintosh Makes Hiph Dive.
The morning of the twcuty-thl d
ott nil the troops on their way to.
Knneohc. Here the leal mhcnlurcs
of the trip began tu lake place. Mc
Intoati, who is cry foml of diving,
especially hlgli diving, lniiilred
among his comrades for information
regarding a unliable place to take a
plunge. He located the bridge nnd
g:i7cd Into the rushing stream below.
Thinking he roiild pull off foiiio of
Annette Kctlorman's stunts, ho pro-
p.ucil for the high dire and with a
Jo) mis oil sprang from tlio bridge.
Hut, a'asl his cjes had deceived him,
for ImdiMd of Jumping Into deep wa
ter he had made a llttccn-foot illvo
onto a lied of to k coeied with but
six Inches of water. When he ap
pealed again ho did nut look (ho
same! ills noc was badly broken.
He wns uililscd to lcport to the hos
pital, nnd he did so. He will Mir
vlic, however, mid will ho doing
duty before long.
This high dive ended the excite
ment until the troops reached Will
nianalo, where mosquitoes weigh a
pound. The battalion slopped hero
hut oiin night, hut Just long enough
to have another mishap. Private
liusiell of Company 12 decided to
take one of his friends In swim
ming, mid vcr gently led her down
to the beach. Ills friend was of tlio
"Maud" species mid at the last mo
ment made up her mind she did not
caio to tnko a Bwlm, Ilusscll beem-i-d
to know more than tlio mule did
about who wns going to take a wet
ting, and so ho was very persuaslvo
in his determination regarding the
matter. Husscll thought lie had do
lsed u BchcniQ which would forco
tlio mule to go against her Inten
tions, ho went around to tlio south
end of tlio mulo nnd began twisting
her tall. The animal resented, but
Uusbcll ttayed with It, mid then
tlio mule lost her temper. Sho hist.
ed and planted n right Jnb wiunro on
llio soldier's Jaw. dislocating about
fourteen of his teeth and transplant
ing olio of his eyebrows.
f Lcal aid National
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
FIRST GAME TOMORROW
ON BOYS' FIELD
Collogo of Hawaii to Meet
High School at Throe-Thirty
The New Men aio Do
Tomorrow afternoon the tegular
football season will start up, and on
the Hoys' Field, the College of lla
wi.l' and the HUh School will play
the Hint unit -ii. Tlio play will begin
at half-past threo o'clock, and by that
time thero should bo a big crowd of
spectator!! along tlio sld'j lines. The
cmwd will bo Interested in the now
rules, and tli"io Is no doubt that the
piny will bo more opct nnd, conse
(ineiitly, more Lpcctnculur than under
the old rules.
Tlio llos' I'lnhl Is easy to reach, as
tin! electric ciri run right past une
enlraucu on I.tllh i street. Autos and
oilier vehicles can get Into tlio grotin I
via Vineyard i-lreet, and there Is plen
ty of room for evcrybud
On tlio College team some new men
will be seen In action add one uf Ihoiii,
limine) c, will bo watched with Inter
ef. He lias plu)e.l u lot of football
on tlio mnlnlan I and ho Is expected
to pull off hoi no gtcat limits touior
ro.v. HlrdKc)e has been on Kanal for
homo time and ho.fcclH wry lit Jif.u
few; ho will bn u tuvcr of strengili
to his sldo and will 'bear watching.
Jay Kiilnif. is light onto his Job,
mid thore js ho telling what tlio ouug
giant will do when he. gets out on tlio
Ilusscll! Held. Jay' takes In football like a
. . s illlrl fit li" ii-k tifUl In 111 iiiiviip lira 11 lit-
was talicu to mo nospnui w,ib"j "" " - -' - .- r
nml sent to the post, wheru ho Is. py when on tlio ground with half
On the muinlng ot the bexeiitli tjio 0Ill) UR,t, The ktup hero' was tin
I men were all ready for tno loiis; oivntftii exiept for regular camp
The cnffo'nclcs3 coffee. Whole grains perfectly roasted
and with the flavor and aromn of nil colTcc.
50 oeuts a pound tin
It Docs Not G-et On tho Nerves
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORf STREETS
MOTTO; HOT HOW CHEAP. BUT HOW GOOD
A new Sweet that has all the high qualities of other Qunthcr
New ctock just received contains thece Nuts, Chocolates nnd
Creams in fancy boxes; pricsd ftora 40o up to $1.25.
march, and tilmiit 1 o e'ock left llio
poi.t for I'citrl City. The battalion,
under lomiiutnil or Captain W. II. II.
Chapman, left" the post In i ulumti of
rilitads, followed by tho wagon train.
The march to l'eail City was an
easy into, fur tho men wiiro well ac
iiu.ilutcd with tho uip.it, having trav
eled It twl o licfuio during tin- Hum
mer. Cam i was pllctieu oiti on me
peiiinsuiu, ami overjiiiinK ,ib ki"
over to tamp life
Tho following Sitmiay uio i.atiai
Ion liioko camp and niaiclic-1 to tho
lavniry t-anip for a slmit slop of mio
nlglit. lleio neinmltitaiices woro ro-
uoweil Willi tho "rough rluW.
Whllu the liifuntrv boB illif n a
lamp upon tlio reseivatlou proper.
life, lly this time, tho men wero
becoming rather hungry, for baton
and hnrdtaik filed over a camp firu
did not seem to a p pea bo tho hunger
and ciery elTort was mado to pur
chase most an thing to eat from
cannul goods to boiled rlec, but to
no n vail. Tho pcoplo on tho other
sldo of ihoMslaud uro very choice
with their goods, ami so thoy come
on within icaeh bf those Who com
maud a goodly portion of finance.
Meet Wagon Train.
t'ho following day tho battalion
moved oil)' to Walalua, where, to tho
Boldlcrs' liellght, thoy met tho wag
on ttaln, and after having devoured
ii good old "government straight,"
i lie men bccmod to bo new creatures,
iloro It Was that tho men entered
u dozen men on top of him.
Tho Highs arc feeling good
they declare that Miuiig Casu
astonish tlio Colic: Inns when
resting easily In mo of l-crt Shnr
Icr's spring bunks.
Wacons Ilcturn to Post
rriKi it-nf-miu 1,-ri vVfitiii.-iiialn for
i.n- i. ,i.i:ni . KinriPil bumps Into them tomorrow.
r.. i n,'- tm.irl.. .... the iiioriilinii.r.l'lJp wl" lcn l'rotnptly on time, and
,, ,..... -. ....: I llio ..nlrliilH w II bo iis rollnws: 11 II.
Illaiichaid, Held Judge; V. T. Itaw
lliis. referee; I'ercy Densoix, umpire,
and Henry Clillllngworth head lines-man.
tho 'JGlh. Tho tilp over Mnkapnu
Pass was an ndventurciome one, but
men ntfd horses mado It safely uii'l
arrived at laicas' 11 tin ti, Juft th!
other fcldo of KalmuKI, sdinilly bo
foio noon. The wagons having gone
lulu fie pr. I, the men cirrl"d hav
erF.icl. rations, and no one seeino-!
In tho mood lo iln any lo.ikmg, .
oiilsldo of some Island fruit tlio men
went without eating. Knowing that
they would return to the post some
tlmo tho following morning. Or
ders wero given out' that tho li.ittnl
Ion would break camp about 1 a, m.
on Thursday, and after that thoro
was no rest Tor tho weary. The
Milliters remained up until that tlmo
nnd. after rovcllle, ltd camp with
a cheer, for they wero on tho bono
Arrive ot Pnt.
About D o'clock thoy rushed Into
tho post, wero dismissed and wont
about to clean up.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
took it great rest, for on the
lowing day thoy were to tako
ttlp across KokcUolo Pass.
Over the Pass.
Owing to tlio fat that It was In
posslhlu for tho wagon train to rro a
Mm puES, It was dlspalihed to Win
ulna, and the man wcie furnish id
with two -days' haoisack'rutlons to
uirry them iirtminl tho point In
whero tho yiigons would bo tu w sit
ing. The trip across thu pass hh
ii, i l.ilnr.iMtlnv ...in. bllt UllCVOtltf 111.
,.v..-.-.n . - , ,
ninl the troiriis nrrlvctl In Wa'nui'O
safol. Tlio trail across the iiiiim
talim. which wns dllllrult find linn
nonius to crots when tho so (Mors
last hiked over, Is now tcpalHl, mi
tho tilp wiis mado without nlsliup,
Arniin.l the Point.
After- leiivtng Wnlanao am until
tho tlmo tlm baltalliui reachql Wai-
TIIE SHEEREST OF GARMENTS LAUNDERED WITHOUT INJURY
J. ABADIE, Prop. PHONE 1401 T77 KINO STREET
Remember the Address, No Bnuch Ofljcc,
People of open mlvl having
lllight'a niscaso or liav"B friend,
who have, can hear of simethlug to
their advantage- If tlie AvIU call nt
Helpful diet ill" free.
itl.l ninny of them had tlmo t tuinfa again sirh us thoy had not seen
up nnd seo tholr friends, in men ,i,lt0 depattlng fioin Pearl City near
ly a week before, aoutiers couiii uu
found unywhero within thico miles
of tho camp. A Hue surf Just In
back of the camp afforded tho men
Kic.it snort, mid most any tlmo of
tho day and nlglit tlio "wator dogs'
could ho seen In tho briny deep.
Down tn the Snoar ltv.
Uu the fnuiicctitu tno iiaitaiiou
broke c iinui mid started off on tho
long lilko to Kiihukit, where It Ma
ed one night. Camp was pitched
across the road and about two bun
died iirds fioin the sugnr mill.
Prnm Tfnh.iWn tn T.iie.
After IcaWng Knhukit tho men do
clded Hint thoy wcio half wuy
nrniinil tho Island, with but nno
llilnl of their tweuty-oiio days pan,
And mi they llguieil that at soma
placo along tho way they must atop
for u long rest lo loso somo of tho
t mo they shad ho gallantly made.
And they did not mako a wrong
Eticm. It was dlecmercd thut tho
camping grounds nt Kahuna had
been plowed up by wimo Industrious
farmer mid m thoy passed on to
Cooko'a ranch, at l.ale Hero the
soldiers had a sham battle Tho
people on HiIb portion of tho lihind
are not uictisuiiiicil to night opera
HoiiB, and many of tlicni thought
surely tlio eneinv had nriUed. Hut
It waB purely sham, bo no damage
Attr.-V rn tlm Wapon Train.
Af'tor lemnlnltig at-I.nlo from the
Ilfteoulh to the twenty-llrst, tho bat-
Entered for Record 0:t. 26, 1010,
Vrnm in-nft n. m. lo 4 n. m.
Sco Cluing to lam Kan llol H 8
Udgar lleiirliiucs to Notice .Notlco
William H hiiih ami wi 10 vu.- uamtc uinnuf Tn
Inrla K IlllffailllCttU Ot al . . . . I) WANTS WIDOW TO
(Additional Sports on Page 10.)
Auto Man Gives Pointer for
Those Who Get Twisted
A good llilng to remember when
motoring, In tho woods, or ouflii u
boat, uml )oit hnvo lost or mlsliild
your compass and desire lo Knew the
points of tho (oinpana, Is that )i)il,
watch makes a good suhnlltuto. If
tho hi in Is shining lay nur watrh
lint with tho hour hand pointing Di
rectly toward tho sun. Half wuy ! c-
tween tho hour hand and the llguro
12 Is Miutli. If tho sun does not
shine, look at tho tops of tho pluo
trees, which always dip tmviril tho
north. Moss Is nlwajs fouul on tho
north side of trees, n sura ludlca
HONOLULU tDRUQ CO., LTD.
Wong Ah Chuck and wf to v
Mtttl Hldg & Loan Socy of II
Ltd to W I) Spcckmann Hoi
Mull Hldg & I.a" Socy of II
Mil to W I) Spcckmann Hoi
W I) Sneckmann to San Ant
Port llent Socy of II
Lena It Murqucz to Cyrus T
I.ona It Murquez and hsb to Cy
rus T. (ireon
Crus T (ireen to San Ant llirt
Itont So-y of II
William Wong Wa and wf to
Ah Clmy Abu (w)
Knno A 1-alo (w) to Ah Choy
Entered for Record Oct. 27, 1010.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
VIctorlu S llitlfandouu to Chang
William H Mclnerny tn Hlmer
Hliucr M Cheatham uml wf to
Mull Hldg & Loan Socy of 11
PAY FOR HERSELF
IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND ANYTHING
better for sldcache, backaches ,or
slllrhes limn IVrry J)als' Painkiller
(let tho largo slip, il Is tho cheap
fst. At all druggists. 2!c, 35c and 50c
WASHINGTON', Oct 10. Should u
widow ho compelled lo pay a etc lit
I'oiitractcil by her hiishand when ho
bought her for Ills wlfo?
That Is n question tho superintend
cut of llio Skokomlsh Indians (Wash
ington) was culled tiKin recently In
decide. This peculiar cane, tlio only
mio of lis, kind which bus ever eoipo
to llio attention of llio Indian olfl-
clals, was dlscovcrcnl by Assistant
CominlsHloner Abbott, ot llio Indian
Ofllcu whllu on a lecent Inspection
trip. Thu story of tho adventure, fob
Tho Indian, when a cry oiiuginiui,
bought his wlfu for Koiiielhlug like
To pay for her, ho borrowed the
amount from his father.
When the husband died, about SO
cnrs later, ho still owed u hulanco of
Upon thu death of the husband, tho
father attempted to collect Uio Iml
unco of. tho debt from tho woman.
Tho question wns put In tho super
intendent when (ho father applied to
him lo force tlio woman lo sojl nor
land In order In pa- a part of Uio pur-
cliiiso price for nerselfl
Tho question was decided In fuvor
of tho widow, by tho iipeuiteiidcnt.
MARINES WILL PROBABLY
JOIN IN GAMES
Kamehnmcha Schools to Be
Invited to Compote Every
thing Looks Good for Com
IjihI night' lit tho Thlxtlo Club, "(ho
Hawaiian Association Football lagno
held li mooting, and fioniMho totio of
It, thero Is going to bo a great re
vhal iu tho sport this season. Tim ,
crowd that rolled up las,t night 'was ii
big one, mid all tho members anil out
siders took the greatest Interest In
tho alTalrH of tho soccer league. Thu
marines wero represented, and 'It 'Is
pretty well assured that tho Camp
Very men will be vein on tho Held.
Although It wns expected that tile
Kains would Join thu league, they wero
not represented at tho meeting.
Tho election of otllccrs wnu tho
llrst business disposed of, and J. M.
Macconul was selected as president.
Tlio 'other ofllcers elected wero: K.;1J.
Hlatichard, vice-president; T. P. W.
Cray, secretary; Harry Italic', treas
urer; 8am Clilllliigworth, manager.
President Maccouel succeeds James
II. 1'iddcs, who for u long tlmo pro
sided oter tho soccer league. Mnc
eonel Is mi enthusiastic loior of the
game, nnd ho will boost tho sport
along us iiiulIi us imsslblo
Tlide wai much discussion about
tho jropby that should bo phi) ed, for,
and n taiggcsUoli was Hindu that each
member of tho winning learn begltcn
a medal to cclcbrato tho lctory.
There wus somelhlug H.ild nbout tho
dclny that Hornet lines occurs before a
match gets started up. Tho prlncjpal
reason Is that houio phi) cr 'turns' up
lute, uml tho gamo can not bo started
on tlmo. It was suggested last night,
Mint a penalty bo iulllcted on tho of!
rending player, but tho Idea did not
meet with tho approval of tho mem
bers. It was pointed out that many
a tlmo u man Is delayed at bin olllco
or In some other way, and can not
possibly get out to tho grounds on
Thu matter of arranging a schcdiilo
and settling on the grounds wns left
to tho cxccutHo committee, which In
cludes tho officers of tho league and
tho team captains and secretaries. '
Hvcrybody present at tho mfeflng
declared that tho prospects. of a good
long season of soccer woro brlglit,
and that more Interest seemed to be
taken In tho gamo 'than eer before
at tills tlmo of the year. .
PEARLS OF FINEST TYPE
By Secret' Method, in Japan
0no of tho Poails Shown.-
Ni:V YOHK, Oct. 10. Tho exist
ing of ii secret method uf making
pearls which, If disclosed, would
mako them plentiful uml cheap, was
told today by ProfOMior Ilashford,
dean of Columbia University, to. the
American l'isherles Society In sea
"In u little harbor about fifty
-mile bouth of Toklo, Japan, thore
has been prodiiied Biiccetwfiilly by a
rccrct process pearls thut uro of the
liucht type," suld Professor Ilashford.
"When I wus ut tho University of
Japan tho enipcior of Japan lilmcclf
opened threo o)iftcrs mid took there
from this new pearl I now exhibit,
so thero Is no doubt about the gen
nine succors of this new experiment.
Hut tho secret liu boen withheld,
oven from the emperor. otlinrwUq the
wlitilo nt the pearl industry would In
revolutionized i)r N Mich knw
a graduiito of the l'nlcrIty of Toi
klo. illsruvered Hie pro'esu mid lettt
hli secret lo hl falher-ln-law, Mlkjij-
iiioio. ono or the most fiimoun pearlf
ralrers of J.ipnn. I surinUo thnt the1! .
pearl Is formed by Introducing set; .
entllleally n plero of inotlie'r of pearp'
Into the shell, around which- th"..
Iienrl Is formed, tnklng tho place ojtt
thu worm which nature uses tofor"m
tho euro of tho naturally crown
A lieu thnt sings has been discov
ered in South Carolina: .( Owing to
tho stiff prlto of egg, slio will not
be likely (o east inu.'li of a shadow
over Hie heu that lays. Chicago Itec-oril-llcrald,
jagrrBULUETiN ads pYig
'i - .l i