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1, ! Chalmers "30" SI500 H)dllA I "I "VV
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''' . .BBraBHtffe I Willi November 1, rniiie many pan t), who was hutt nhllu nut on, Bir SBIB
f Automobile vRr
Two Rinds :
Those who want the best
car for the least money.
Those who want the best
car regardless of price.
THE Chalmers car is the one car (hat appeals
to both classes of buyers. That accounts for
Its wonderful popularity.
It is easy to show the man who wants
"cheap" car how much more value he can jet In
the Chalmers by paying a little more.
It is easy to prove to the man -who wants
automobile satisfaction, regardless et price, fiat
Chalmers cars compare favorably at every potet
with the highest priced cars.
Real motor value is what you want, and ml
niuiur vaiuqmcaro greatest uuuiv iot KIM I
I he way to judge a car lor value Is br what H
has done rather than promises of what I
Regardless of price consider what
i made by the
V- MOTOR CAFrtS
In speed contests they were given the title of
"Champions of the Year, having won more races
than any other car, even from cars twice their
price and horse power.
In hill climbing and endurance tests the same
record holds good.
The Chalmers "30" was selected pathfinder
(or the l9J0GllddenTour.
The Chalmers "30" was awarded the Glldden
Trophy In the 191 OOlidden Tour over the long
est and most difficultroute ever mapped out (or
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
We cojild go Into details of construction,
quality, workmanship, transmission, Ignition, tit,
but after all, the shortest, strongest and moat
convincing thing we could say is "See what me,
Chalmers has done. Where can, you get greater
value, and what more can you ask1 of a car at
The 1 911 models are now on exhibition at our
salesrooms, ready for Inspection and deroonsUa-ton-
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Dealers in Motor Cars
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Willi Nnvonibnr 1, rniiie many pan II, who wan liutt while nut on
changes In the rout I up lire nl ttirt the last twenty-one-day practise
Shatter. Dutlnr the next tluee Ulnrth. Is 8tl" '" '" )f",t l.oipllnl.
.... , ,, , tin I convnlesient, howpver, nnd
month, the ch.ua. ona, .tani l))Inkl, ,,e , ,lt. nl),0 , r,.tltr ,
army life will hold Mil swnj ami the ( ,, ,, ct)n,)an , few
men will he kept bus) thn greater . ' t
part of the time Mldw Inter target , , . ,
season, followed by ll.c regular tnr- ul ""'K "f"'
got season, comes soon, and In a few
dnjs the men will be seen nut on the
parade ground doing "pmh and pull"
The two men who were unlucky
enough to rerehe serious Injuries
during the hike, Private Mcntosh of
Company r nnd Private Mussel! of
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crc. .o . '''"'' " companj R, are doing well Ihnsell
U still routined to the hospital, but
Mcintosh Is marked quarters.
Maicr George Wakely Visit.
Major Oeorge Wakel) of thn Coist
Artillery Corps, Inspector general,
visited Tort Shnfter on Siturdny last.
It was I. Is irlsxlon to Inspect and
condemn property He nttended to
the qiiarteriinster's depirtment and
then sltcd thn complices lln had
nothing to do with the soldiers, how
ever, for Ilrlgndler-Oeneral TaBker
II llllss Is to make n tour of Inspc-
tlou, especially uniong the soldiers,
Why Don't You "Use a
WEST1NGH0USE ELECTRIC IRON
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Sealed Tenders, will he received nt
the offlco of the Superintendent ot
Public Works until 12 m. of'Tues
dav. Novcmheril. 1910, for ,n ex
tension nnd nltPintlon"of thefJIack
fold wharf shed. J
The right Is reserved to rejett
or all bids. , v fl
s Superintendent of Publb WorkB.
October 22. 1110. 47f110t
Mutton and Lamb Chops
THIS WEEK ARE WHAT GOURMETS LOOK FOR AND
SELDOM FIND. THOST WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ARE
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS , Proprietors
" Telephone 1814 (
U Dr. )l. Itordorn. V. s!, of' the,' Club
mantel will ui;imrt uu iiiu, )j;iiin!i
mlnn tfpr California lo , purchase
brood mares nnd all kinds, pf tlvo
stock. H An) one wishing to plnce or
ders before he Balls enn do fo by
leaving fthe sa,mo with the doefor or
Clinrlcrf-Jlelllna nt the Club Stables.
Perfect satlsfa'tlon guaranteed buy
PICTURE MOUI DING
In' late and artistic designs, hand-toned ami carved, for the
autumn derannd, have just bejn recfl.ved. t k ,
Upholstered, Remodeled and
.- The Right Way; .
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Grand Sale of
Men's Straw & Felt Hats
BEOINNINQ OCTOBER 27, TO NOVEMBER 2 i .
NUUANU STREET .. TELEPHONE 2L20
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
' ' .ELITE BUILDING
TIMOTHY D. FRAWLEY!'
TUTS DEBTS AT $1J$fliB6
NKW VOUIC, Oct. '22. TJmothy
D. Frawley. the Wcntep theatrical
manager who Is tcmpordrllr residing
at the Hotol Hoyalton, 44 West
Forty.fourth street, In a voluntarr
petition ot bankruptcy filed today
gives liabilities or Ilfi,18C.
Prnwley lias as assets a hnl( In
terest in the plajs and sketches call
ed "Idols" nnd "Vibration,;' by
Charles Kugeno Hanks; "Nq Man's
Land," "Ac'ordlng to Hie Code" nnd
"In tho Days of the Knlgbts," by
H.irry I). Cottrell, the vdluo of which
Among creditors Trawler men
tions Henry Harris of San , Fran
cisco,. whom ho owes S7G0 pn thiee
,Tho Huwnllnn band will glvoja pub
lic concert this evening ut-AlaTl'njIf.
nt 7:30 o'clock, the programiljo!rik'.n
follows: s ii'Mf ;
March Wulmea (new) .TtM'DeVgef'
Overture Tho Monk's Dreuin (new)
llalliul A,bsent (now) Metcnlf
Selection The Huguenots (new) ..
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. nr. by Ilergcr
Selection Old Dutcl Herbert
Itiitermewo In Swltzprliind . Iluiud
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SUircIl fillllllKll llisni , i ) ""6""
The :tnr Spangled lUnner
stead) Jierve during the target sea
It Is customary In nn army post,
where the soldiers have access to n
large g)mnaslum such ns Port Shat
ter possesses,, to have during certain
months ot tho year Rjmnaslum drill.
This drllt has nlreay stntted nt thin
post, nnd Companies 12 and P had
the first drill of the sen f on on Tues
day. Two hours eath morning nre
devoted to this work. Kach lompnny
hns two sections of one-lull 'hrur
each, nnd the companies wnrU altet
nntely B nnd P one ilny nnd (1 nnd
II the following.
Lieutenant Chilton. Instructor.
I.leiltennnt A. W. Chilton, who has
liecomo rather prominent In moil ot
the athletic events tint hive been
nulled off nt this post clurlnt, the
past season, hns been nppo'nled In
strnctor In the gymnasium for the
threo months of gymnacium '1(111.
t leutennnt Chilton has entered Into
I til's work very entliuslastlraliy. and
it Is his Intention to build tip the
men ro that when target season
mines tho will bo In fine rnndltlnn
to do ciedltable.shootlng.
The PoU School.
Tho War Ilepartment provides tl 'it
there shall bo post schools for the
enlisted men In the common hranchei
of edu ntlon Tho :hool nt Pert
Shatter has Just begun Us pew term.
The onnunl term of the Bchool will
lie neventv school days as an aggre
gate, up to tho 31st day of March,!
1911. One hour n day, or so much
thereof ns nin be necessary, shall he
devoted to recltatlons.'lectures, dU
cusslons nnd practical exercises
Many' of the men ot this pott arc
taking nn interest In this work, nnd
the new term opened with n Inrcje
ntimber enrolled. This instrui'lon it
entlreli free and many'tlmrg pro.'O
ti bo of much value,
KT.ni.rjYtTKTiIe.inrieJ Offlin' School.
Pch year irrtne compamei, unaer
be directloi of the company com
mander, the nnn-commlsstoned oul
rors are given n course along mill
tary .lines to aid them In executing
their duty !as a corporal or serrennti
This i ear the school Is attracting
more attention than usual, owing to
tho fnct ttjat during the next rew
months many or mo non-comnii"i.
ed office iWtll be discharged, leav
ing vneandos for prjvntes to fljl
These privates also have to attend
school, and tho details are being
wntched very closelr to seo Just who
will receive the promotions from pri
vate to corporal.
Number Four Post Discontinued.
'I he long-looked-for. grder legurd
Ing No. 4 post has at lnltt been Issued.
The old ordnante storehouse, whlih
rpnllv was the causa ot having a
post so fur from the post, has been
vurnted. nnd the ordnance stores
moved to the new warehouse. Nunv
ber four no" having been t aiscou'
tlnued makea some change In guard'
mounting. J This leaves but tbr(ee
posts, so Instead ot mounting thlr.
teen men as( has been done in the
past, only ten raon go on guard at a
tlmo nlno'nieu lor three post" und
threo reliefs tund one. man lor or
derly. Muster on Monday.
t Last Mond.ty marked the IssI ot
October, so tl(e regular muster was
colebrated. The formation was In
garrison equipments and farmed on
the parade ground nt 9 a. m., Com
pany P, Compaii) II, Company Q and
Company K, respecthely. After pass
ing review In quick time and then
again In double time, the companies
were mustered and tho soldiers re
turned to quarters for Inspection of
the barracks. Captain W. II, H
Chapman was In co'mmand. He was
accompanied on his tour ot liKpcc
tlon by Lieutenant Joseph A. ntgers,
quartermaster, and Major J. M. Ken.
ncdy of the Hospital Corps,
Muster Prisoners and Hospital Corps,
Alter making nis tour oi lnBiiw
tlon through the company barracks,
the captain muttered the guard and
prisoners at hq guardhouse and then
went lo the'poat; hospital, where the
hospital tprps was mustered and in
tAiectod.u Men of this command who
tyere InlheL hospital wore also mus
tered, jf j
NO RACE FOR
KING LEAVES HONOLULU
ON SATURDAY NEXT
Minor Races May Be Pulled
Off Several Runners Are
Ready to Take Parti Boom
In Track Stunts.
All chance nf n running ra o be
tween King and Ornellas has been
knocked on thq hemt. The sold'c
must leave lloonlulii on tlieM.onir
which Is scheduled to sail for t t'C
Coast next Siturd.i It Is n matter
of duty with King, and thern Is no
way for htm to get out of nn Imme
diate return to the m.ilnlnnd.
Yesterdiy King went down to I.el
lehua nnd aw his old friends. Hard'
ly any if tho men could get n jints
to town 'last Stmday, -There'wait'Hn"
Inspection on, nnd, much li tjiecsv.
nlrracn'B disappointment, "non'e ot
them could get down In time to see
KlntiV fr)ends are gl.id to hear that
tho soldier will return to Honolulu
earl nextear. rind tint he wjll lie
matched ngalnst Knnn over I lie full
Mnriithnn dlstnn-e,' The old Wuinllia
Horro'ls1 nistuer for ruro, and lie
would do better over tho 20 mllosnnd
385 nrds than ovor tin shorter
cou o. There nre many people who
maintain that the soldier can pot go
moie than (If een miles nt n decent
pneo .nn I If ",N " 'he ase. Kaon
shrtitd beat the malulunder.
l'aoo's backers say Hint the old
fellow ran n gient nice last Sunday1,
und Hint they feel If tho distance
had been longer thn Haw.;lin woilld
havo had-u better chnme
Although tho prnpokcd rnen ln
tween King and Oinullns has railed
through, there Is oer probability nf
seernl races lielng.puljed qtt In, tl
near uture. Somrf tif 'tho Inng-dUi
tanco men who took part fn racys
last: yean have started to get' Jhto
condition, nnd' such men ns dormant
Ornellas, Pengler, IIiles. and Pahy
mar be seen '.again In n tlon. Hall
und domes uiso are talking of rac
ing, nnd ever body knows how good
the pulr are. liotli baio figured in
road and track races, and they hnvo
finished In the first three several
The sprinters may have a chance
also, and there Is Just a possibility
that Itl:o and McDonagh may meet
We know of no other medicine which has been so sue
cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so
many genuine testimonials, as lias Lydia E. Pinkham's
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass.. arc files con; .
taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
their own signatures that they have regained their hedlthby
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable' Compound. i
Lydia E., Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations. a m).
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made ext
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. tU
The reason why it is so successful. is because it contains'
ingredients which act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity. ) t
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy; '
Minneapolis Mlnn.t "I amih n jjrrnt sufferer from female
trouble which caiHotl a weakness mid broken ilouu condition
t lsn u iitiiitt 1 winiil m nl f csltilf l.illit 1? I I tt r o tt
u rj is , isa im nil itiit.aa i ( iimiiii J (
VcKetnbloC'onipotiiul liutl done for other suffering somcn, I felt
aura ltuould help nic, nnd I iiiustMtylt did help mo Wonder- -fully.
AVItliln three months 1 was n. iierfcctly well vonnin.
"I wunt this letter tnnilo iiuhlic to show tliu bVnoflts) to bo V
derttod from I.jdlii IZ. Pltikliitin'H Vetii1lo Coiuiuund." .
Mrs.JolmO..'Mol(luii,lilir Second St.Nnrtli, ."MliiiieupolU,Mluiu
Women who are suffering' from those distressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts
or doubt the ability of Lydia li. Pinkham's Vegetable'
Compound to restore their health.
stir.i.nov n Honoltihw Knv.H.'loio,
KINNKV-nOIllNSON At Ht. n
drew a Cathedral Honolulu, Oct, 3),
1910. by the Itev. Canon Aulli den,
P. KtniiC to Cathorlnii U HnhlnHiiUi
"SHIRLEY PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS
arc llie only cuspenders made with the sliding cord in the back.
watch tast-aty responds to ctfery
rnoyihiicl t'uia bod mi rcllivcj e!1
siriii on I'-'i ihVi'derj cad 'rouser
buttd. 'J. h.i rsihcj " Shirley PreSv
ideatf Su;cndcrs not ealy the. most
coml&rtab'.c, hut the -nio:t durable.
Ask your dealer for the "Shirley
President" Suspender the genuine
haj"Shjley Presidenf'on the buckle.
r t C. A. Edrjarlon Manufacturing Co.
DliRLCr, MASS., U.S. A.
1 English Bath Towels
riATH &0NGES, HAIR BRUSHES, CORNELL'S "ft"
Benzoin Cosmetic Soap,
ALL OF STANDARD QUALITY, NEW, AT
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
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FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
I'rivate Itoy 8J Caselman of Com
pany O U now working In the quar
tennaHter'g department, filling the
place vacated by I'rivate Jesse II.
Paul, who was relieved from the io
nitlnn upon IiIb own request. I'aut
had worked In thin capacity for u
number of montlm, but owing to tho
fnct that ho hns only n'couple of
montlm to do In tho service, ho
thought no more than Junt to nlow
thlK. extra compensation revert to
CI.EOHOI& At Ainahau, IiIb Intn
residence, Honolulu, Honnruhlo A.
R. Cleghnrn, In his scveiity.illxtli
The old treatment of kidney dis
ease by excitation has broken 'Idwii.i
deaths nearly 90,000, and booljlle
dare It Incurable, If you hnp had
kldnev trouble ner sit tnolitlli tul
for helpful diet IIm mid pnnlplilot
flee that may prolong nr save trOitr.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.. LTD. I
TOYS ARE HERE ,
No fear of not securing sometams new and norel to unwell to the i
ciiiiurcii i lung it vuu 0117 nerc. new nne 01 ir a nnuto jn iock.7
The kind vu pay $5 fo'r at other places you rc. here for 3 50. ,,." '' k
Late patterns at low pricej !u the Dry Qoods Depirtmcnt.t ItfT'
KAM CHONG CO.,
FORT AND BERETAN1A STREETS
some other enlisted nun.
Martin jn Hoptal
' l'rlvat',H08s.et J.
I ."inter-lslnud.and O, n & U Shipping
I f)ookH"'rqr, , snli) ui the n 11 1 1 e,t I nr
GUNTHER'S, SWEETS ."-
MOTTO; NOT HOW CHEAP. BUT HOW GOOD
A new Swc,et that has all the lilRh qualities of other fJunther
New stock just recehed contains these Nuts, Chocolates'and
Creams in fane; boxes; priced from 40c up to $4.25.
' 'PAtM CAFE" " "
onice, nuc eacu.
V? to the wlfo ot U K. Sheldon, u sbn,
Martin of Com
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