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KVKNINO nUM.i:TIN', HONOLULU. T. II., TURBOAV. NOV. 1, 1910.
Chalmers "30" $1500
iChalmern "Forty" $2750 4
'Lttri4.mnr JfMxi dim.
Tiose who umnf A freat
t car for the Itatt money.
Thote who want the bett
car regardleu of price.
n ali L Bf kmmr FW
VflPBy Tomrlng Car mS I
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THE Chalmers car Is (he one car that 'appeals
to both classes of buyers.' That accounts tor
Its wonderful popularity.
It is easy to show the man who wants
"cheap" car how much more value he can get In
the Chalmers by paying a little more.
It is easy to prove to the man who wants
automobile satisfaction, regardless of price, that
Chalmers cars compare favorably at crary point
with the highest priced cars.
Real motor value is what you want, trrf seal
motor value means greatest utility for least nancy.
The way to judge a car for value Is br what K
has done rather than promises of what a wM da
Regardless of price consider what record
have ocen made by the
In snecd! contests thev "were riven the title of We could pq Into rfMin nf .VnnatnirMm
T&'Jl&Mt'ikrir ( 0". workmanship, transmission. Ignition, etc.. 1
SfcVand hmse powe " f bul after " ,he short. &""8cs and most I
'Tri hilt c'KAihini anHVnrfi.mnPi. iMi ih same . convincing thing we could say is "See what the I'
Tri hilt cllMh'lrie and endurance tests the same
record holds good. '
The Chalmers V30" was selected pathfinder
(or the 1910 Olidden Tour.
The Chalmers"'30" was awarded the Qlidden
Trophy in the 1910 Qlidden Tour over the long
est and most difficult route ever mapped out for
ASSOCIATED GARAGE. LTD.
I Chalmers has done.
Where can you ret creater
value, and what more can you ask of a car at
The 1 911 models are now on exhibition at our
salesrooms, ready for inspection and demonstration-
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Dealers in Motor Cars
5? TN going through our
0. ,.-.-. find about 15 pa
J. HopPiCq,, fetf1
The House of Quality 185 King St. X
1 - U '3 ()
? tis? -Mum 's . r
c patterns ' of
Eancy Figured English 'Ore-'
tonnes running from 3 to1 10
yards to the piece, suitable tor
cushions and drapery work,
which wc wish to dispose of at
once to make room for new
goods. The regular prices were
75c to $1.00 a yard.
X CtTlllllHCD l.tl
A limp!, sate and effective treatment
for broricbUl troubles, avoiding drucs.
Vaporlted Cresolrne stops tha paroxysms
o( whooplne Cough and relieve Croup at
once. It ) a boon to ufTrrera Irom
Asthma. Tbo air rendered strongly antl
aeptlc. Implred with every breath makea
breathing caiy, soothea the tore throat
and etopa the cough. assurlnr restful
nlghti. It It Invaluable to mothers rllh
Bend poital (or descrlptlre booklet.
aeptlo Throat Tab
leu lor the Irritated
throat. They aro
fmpie, effective and
antlieptlc. Of your
druggist or from us
U Cenlssll St.. N. Y.
Company Presents Ncar-Meio-
Drama In Way that Is
I.i'o Tunc k Arthur i;ilcm
Mllicrva HIueIlt Murlun Dunn
Dora JolniBOU ......Dorcas Mutthowa
Sam JuhuRuu ltobcrt McKtm
Junct ltobblna liva Marlolla
Iko ItobbltiB Otty llltncr
Mamie Carter Hlla Knox
I'oilio Smichcx OIlNcr D. Ilnlloy
Ilraco Morton James 11. Norton
John Wurdcn ....Mr. Geo. I). Howard
Morley Crawford . ...Clina. H. Murphy
Oraco Morton ....Dotty Jonson
A 1'ursor i.. ..Arthur Klton
Tho remark made lit those columns
ulicu tho Uoorgo 13. Howard company
made Its debut hero Ib nKaln repeated.
Mr. Howard and Ilia fellow players
can stay as long as they want to. It
Is repeated with variations nn tho ori
ginal themo now, for tho Howard
plajers woro seen last night In tho
best work they havo dono ulnco com
lug to tho Islands', Tho vehlclo of
their successful efforts Ib "Tho Kast
crncr" and If all easterners were like
Mr. Howard's easterner, thero would
ho less Implied odlilm attached to tho
Tho Easterner" Is billed as a coin
cdy drama, but It Just lxirdors on the
melodrama, with tho asslstnnca of
KCeral largo "guns," a mine, a bad
Spnnlatd and a tall gentleman who Is
hidden, behind such largo moustache
you know ho Is tho tdiorlff before he
says a word. Hut tho company gets
away with tho shot-gun opera stuff In
a manner that makes one forgot tho
"mnlo" and follow tho story with
Tho story rovolvrs around John
Manager Scully Has Ambitious
Plans For New Vaudc-
Tho new Savoy theater, In which
Jack Scully will make his debut n3
an Imprcflsnrlo, will bo opened to
Honolulu play-goers noxt Friday
evening, according to un announce
ment made, by Manager Scully today
shortly after his arrival from tho
Coast, where ho has been lining up
his talent '
Tho Savoy starts out With n splen
did program of vaudu,vlllo nets and
moving pictures, and Scully says no
pains will bo spared and expcimo will
cut no llgtiro In making tho Savoy tho
leading vaudovllle house In tho city.
He plans frequent clmngo of pro
gram. COUNTRY CLUB
Good Time oir Saturday and
Sunday at Links,
for Infants and FchildTer..'
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA. In n liarinlcMH siiDstitufti for-Cnor 017,
Pnreporic, IJrops mul .Soolliin Syrupi. It in
plcrmmit. It coiilalns neither Ophmi, Iorpliino ium
oilier Xnrcotie mibstnnco (N'arcolieN Htopcfy). U
Ago is its iiurnntcc. It dcufrtiyx AVorms ntul allnj'N
FcvcrisImcN. It cure IMnrrliica -aiul Wind Colic.
It relieved Teething Troubles, citrex Jonitipa(ioii
and Flatulency. It anlinilalcs the Food, reulafci
the Stoinneli and Ilowcln, giving healthy and naf iiral
lecp. The Children's F nu ace a The mother's
Tlio S7f( .SStit-fiT I every wrnppcrrf
iRniitiiro if WittS?. gCCCUA( (if Rfliiiltio -'alorl
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"My patients InrarlaMr prslw I bo action of nur
Castoria." W. f. Tunria. M. !).. 1
Uufi'.o, tt, V
Hrnrlns:mrm!(rftl prnellco 1 km of eprrnl
C.s livreyiir'a.loila wai-)rc' rlUl atnl uml
vrltbcuvdresults.' K. Mohunku, M. If
fcL lul, II...
"Tour Castoria U crrtilnlytlir rpitt trmHr
Tor cliiMrrn I kmtwof. t know nr oilier pf
prteury prcpsrslluu n litch I Ms nii-' M
D.B. tk-uwimOt I),
KstvM Chj, !o.
1 M yonr Cantorfa and 'ttlp its use In Jl
fsmill.e wLcru tLcru are rnlMirn.
J W. HlJ.SI.4LI, M. !.,'
' TnnrF'.r,ati,itic hi"t rrinitly In the wmll
for cfhlrciL ait.t Hi iniir ane t ne sifl return. .
iocuJ." Aujw V. !lui.-n-i!u, M. I ' '
Iliiw nt ynnr Ca.'orla ns a pnrcMhe In the
pn of rhltitmi for jmm w.t ullh lnot bippi!
cflu(t and tsllj inJorMi ll M a eifo rrniv.il. l
' U. Il.ll(atn,U. II,
Children Cry for Fletcher's
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Warden, nn oas'tcrncr out In Califor
nia,, who becomos rVicrlff half In Joko
TOYS ARE HERE
Why Don't You Use a
WESTINGIIOUSE ELECTRIC IRON
Highest in Quality ' Lowest inmost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Board of Public Lands.
Xotlco Is hereby given that tho
following proposed land transactions
aro boforo this hoard for consldora
tlon. All persons desiring to object
bocntiBu tho land should bo homo
steaded or othcrwlso aro requested to
present such objection's to this board
in writing or In ponon, on Wednes
day, November 30, at 2 p. in., at
Kxecutlvo Ilulldlng, T. II.:
Salo of lots at auction, without
restrictions, for summer homes, etc.,
on Volcano road, Olaa, at 28 and 2P
'Applicant I". C. Ucanier, 0. L.
Desha Sr. and 27 others.
, (Slgjicd) J. V. IlItOWN, ,
Secretary of Il6.trd of Public Lands.
4740 Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25; Nov. 1, 8.
and thon finds himself called upon
lo defend a jouth charged with miir
dcrlng a bridegroom on tho lattor's
Wedding day. Tho youth turns out
td bo n brother to tho girl' that tho
customer loved at first sight two
years before. Thero Is plenty of mis
understanding to tanglo up tho lovo
clement, and plenty.of lovo to straight
on nut tho .misunderstanding.
With less skillful acting than Mr.
Howard as John Warden, tho eastern
er, and tho play would degencrato
Into tho yclktwest of dlmo-novol stuff,
nut it Is played with clear apprecia
tion of tho fact that roscrvo forco Is
more effective than ranting. Mr. How
ard sctH tho key, and tho cnllrO com
pany plays to It. Tho tenso situations
nro relieved hy unexpected and bril
liant flashes of comedy, nml Howard
turns on and off tho laughs llko turn
ing on and off wnter from n faucet.
It Is doubtful If n finer bit of not
ing has ever been seen In Honolulu
than that nt tho closo of tho third
net, whero Warden is fighting for time
to ,navo tho llfo of tho youth and
makes nn Indirect nppoal to'n woman
who knows tho motive that prompted
tho real murderer. It Is a masterful
third-act climax, and Howard's voice,
quivering with emotion, Is In this
scerlo that of a born orator as well
ns tin actor.
Tho staging Is effective particular
ly tho last net, whero u tsccno nt tho
dock In Introduced wlllt n novel end'
Ing. Tho company deserves congnv
dilations for putting on this play.
On Saturday nftcrnoou and -ill 'ay
Sunday thero was n big gatheiln,; of
golfers at tho Country Club, and ""
tho latter day the biggest ctov.'d recti
at the links was in cvldciue. Kvury
thing was In perfect order, and tin'
(weather was all that could be ilJ
sired. Lunch was provided tin Snti
d.ij, and tho good things net veil
woro quickly put out of ilght by
tho hungry members and thlr
Tho chnngcl lit rcgnn, l'i tho
starting place has bean (oun.l to bo
splendid, and Mrs. Wall or Dllllug i
ham, who suggested the ''let, li.iu.
been congratulated on tjlie Irnov.i-.
tlon. Tho people who spend mot' I
nf rt.nlrl tltt.f In thn rlllt.lim-ll. nil'!
In the Mclnlty or the- .PmUno tables' TORT AND BEHETAN1A STREETS
nro now able to sco the iicilii(iii"tSS . ?
each round, and there i n'timi fun
nt times. -,
Tho Country O'ub mctijlirfv, ntitl
those- of tho Honolulu (i'olf Club :l)iU
the ltnlclwa Club, nto glliltl'n .HI'
their belts for the Blew.tit. (!itt ttn
nhv compflltloti. Tho gro-ilcsl. In
tercst Is lii'ing taken In jlio Mlfilr,
and the entry list uhottld bo a very
No fear of not sccurint; somctliini; rcw and novel to npocal to the
rhildrcn'i lostc if you bulicrc. N3-V line of MEN'S "SHOES in itock.
The kind oti pay $5 ftr at other ji'atcs you rc' here for $3.50.
Late nattcr.is at low nrlccj in t'c Dry G?ods Department,
KAM CHONG CO.,
. HARRISON BLOCK
Mutton and Lamb Chops
THIS WEEK ARE WHAT GOURMETS LOOK FOR AND
SELDOM FIND. THOST WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ARE
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEELBRON & LOUIS Proprietor!
Dr. II, Hordorii, V. S., of tho Club
Stables ,wlll dopart on tho Wilhol
mlna for California to purchase
brood mares and all kinds of live
stock. Anyono wishing to placo or
ders before ho snlls can do M by
leaving tho bamo with tho doctor or
Charles Ifolllnn nt tho Club Stables.
Perfect satisfaction gunruntood buy
ers.) N ' ' 4701-lw
Uj" 8. KNClNKKlt JJITICK, illono.
lulu) T. II., Oct. 3, 1910. Scaled
proposals for dredging In Honolulu
Harbor, T. II., will bo received here
untlj ll o"clock n. in., Nov. 2, 1010,
and' thou publicly opened.- .Infor
mation on application, K.,fUVK
I.KTI IW'INSI.OW, Major, r'lngrs.
4730 Oct. .1, 4, n, C, 31; NOV.
Sealed Tenders will bo locolyed at
tho office of tho Superintendent ot
Public Works until 12 ni. o( Tues,
day, November 1, 1'JIO, for nn ex
tension and altciatlon ot tho,,Hack
fold wharf shed
Buperlntcndent of Public Works,
Tho right Is rescued torejeqt nny
nil bids. ' '" if' '
Iloglnning yeslerduy ufteraonn
shortly lienro 3 o'clock arguments In
tho citation for contempt of Henry
Clnrk for refusing to answer ccrlnln
questions before tho Grand Jury woro
held before Juilgo Cooper, nt tlio con
elusion ot which ho held that Clark
should ntmwer as tho anuwers would
not Incriminate him,
Attnrnt'y Frank Thompson appeared
for .Clark and Prosncutor Cathcart
represented tho government In tho ar
As it result nf tho ruling ot the
court Clark will havo to appear bo
foro tho (Irand Jury tomorrow to nn
sttcr tho qunstlons which ho rvtuBcl
to answor at tho former proceedings
ot that body.
Tho court held that n man could ro-
fUBO to answer questions which would
Incriminate him hut In tho present In
Rtanco tho questions would not.
ALMOST If 110,000 FOR ' ".
TWO 13K3 I LAMS
Plii'aflclphin mid Chicago
Shaic LaiKQ AiiOiijll. ,
(HICACIO. O'l. 23. Whlie thutc!
rlc was no the moat piolltnlilo qrur
plim-tl. It helps to s.nipllf)- tho high-Lotttif-lllnn
cyen kucIi hcrtcs us the l'hlladul
plruiifc, to ray nothing of the Chl
ca'oans, with tho winter coming on.
Tho phocrs" share of tho money
amounted to 7?,n71.03. Of Uil.
f.O per cent., or 117.4 13. If., joes lo
the winners and (31,028.77 to tho
losers. As there aro twenty-three
p'aycrs on each team eligible, to par
ticipate, ruth or tho Phllildflplilnns
Is entitled, In round numbers, to
J20C2 and e.it-h of tho Chlcagouns
to J 137.-.
Tho playcis shared In today's rc-
telpts by courtesy of tho mniniKa
ment of the two clubs, who cunccdod
that If today's receipts should bo
larger than tliiwo of any previous
day tho smallest rCelpts' should 'bo
credited ns accruing to tho flftlt dny.
and the Sunday ri-iclpt iicrrcil(tcd
to tho fourth contest, the last In
which tho ptars hud a lluitnclal
The total receipts for the eerloii
were $173,8110, Tho two clujis grj'i
38,7r.5 apiece, whl'e $17,398 goes
to tho National Commission! Tlio
total attendanco was 12&.21D pvr'
MOTTO: NOT HOW CHEAP. DUT HOW Q00D
A new Z cct ,that has all the high qualities of other Qanthcr f
goodi ij '
New ctoik just received c)ntains these Nuts. Chocolates and
Crcainj in fancy boxes; orics! from 40c tip to 1,&5.
English Batlv-Towels ;,
BATH SP0N0ES, HAIR BRUSHES, CORNELL'S
Benzoin QoMefiil S6$l
ALL OF STANDARD QUALITY, NEW, "AT
Benson, Smith fc Co., '
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Tho pinlc-tlng fence 'Das been'
erected nrounil the tot ou which tho'
now V M C A. building la to bo
put up, '
Grand Sale of
Men's Straw.fc Felt Hats
BEGINNING: 0CT03ER 27. TO NOVEMBER 2 .
A Skin oieauty is a joV Forevel
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUDS ORIENTAL
CREAH OX MAGICAL BEAUTHUI!
Tho ItoilliinilH (Cal.) Dally Facta
reports tlio death from typhoid fe
vor of Wnltor IMtllnKer, fonnftrly of
this rly. Mr. IMtthier wns In the
Canadluu No.thwcst at tho time of
RtmoTri T. llr;i,iji.
Irrcklc. Unlit I J!.,
hl.. nl f lis llt .
t rerr o mi
j flrlH(iim i
It)! yvi int tL
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I V MfHiliM
it'n ii Mrft
I fit of vtiltUkt
tun. Dr. L
btrri ni it a
U-lf ff u tiv.t
in (ft (iiuifutr
l Tnu U4u
will on tt 1
pirm)it. ftrftity ftUaruu.iit nd t-tner
UuuO UvftlCflin ILtJ LB"r 3iMJv;aVMy wm curvy
tUD.T.KOrilX Pw. 3 GiutJcui Sim) ItTr
s;n v-cs-w .47
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP '
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1607 ELITE BUILDING:
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Yuam
October 22, 1910,