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EVENING fltfU.ttTlN. HOS'otUMJ, f. tt SATURDAY, K'oV. t, 1916.
harmoutzowlth the 'bnmlsnnw costumes worn
itlic Indies till i teason.
'SATIN AND VELVET FOOTWEAR IS FASHION'S
LATEST. DEMAND. THERE ARE NO RICHER,
DAINTIER OR HIOHE1MONED MATERIALS.
Von will bo surprised nt, tlio P.l.HOANT and HX-
showing this reason In
,aiJ9iyKvBTYl4K3 wo mo
PUMPS IN NEW
J t RHINE-STONE
1'lin, niiPsLjviIcty or
Ktcnfng Slippers over
nssnnUjIed. Newest ami
lOf,t Ely lea In iivcry ma
terial, Including stub-
'by;, short-vamp velvets.
Prlco as low ns ?!.
Manufacturers1 Shoe Co., Ltd.
1031 FORT STREET
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OtttNCH, WHEEL BASE VIBRATIONLESS 7 H. P.
Pierce Four Cylinder Wins
' ' Perfect Score in F. A. M.
The 1909 Annual Endurance Contest of the Federation
of American Motorcyclists Wns run between Cleveland and
Indianapolis. The contest was a gruelling bne,""and the
,. ,, securing of a perfect score was a mark-worthy event.
Mr. Hunt, tho "Pierce" rider, experienced no trouble en
foute, although the roads were far from good, there being
an (intolerable amount of sand. The claim which we most
strongly advance is that .Pierce Motorcycles are built to
jneetrthe conditions found on the worst American roads;
they are eminently suited for long tours and arduous road
work. It matters little whether the rider-tourist projects
a 'trip over the smooth, level roads of France or the
mountainous trails of the American Rockies, his mount
should he a "Pierce," wh'ch will insure a safe and com
fortable journey. To convince the skeptical concerning the
y i I J practicability and the pleasure involved in using a motor-
cyciB'ior jwurnig, we pjini out rnai sucn an eminent gen
tleman as Willam Randolph Hearst uses a 1909 Model
Pierce for touring at home and pbroad. r
Macriine can be seen in window
at'Berger's Electrical Works,
R. C. AXTELL,
The von llamm Young Company ipioportlon of enclosed cars to the
.reports (iuo b.iio tills weeK of a lll
Vackhiil VI phutlou to (Icorga I.
tlroVftipT tlila city. This tar Is to
be ilelitcicit within tho noxt few
wueko a ml. Is to ho equipped with tho
Inlest ,11(11 nppurtehanees of tlio
A. Henry Afong tills week joined
tho ranks of Packard owners, having
purchased from tho von Hnuim
Young Company a II no l'ncknrd 110
John Itoss nt llal.-alau, Hawaii, has
Just ordered of the von Hunim-Yoiing
Company a 1811 Cadillac deml-ton-neau
tar. Mr. 'Hoes reelB that the
Cadillac Is the car must adapted for
his purjioscH hi plantation work. Tho
roads and grades are u-ty had be
tween Hakalau and llllo, nnd It re
quires n car which rides very easily,
Is a good liltl-cllmbcr and Is very
fttaundi to do the work, and Mr.
Itoss feels that ho is getting all of
theso qualities In tho Cadillac.
The Overland with tho torpedo
body 1b ns yet very llttlo known In
Honolulu, hut thcro nro a great
many of theso cars being UBcd on
tho mainland, being ono of the most
popular cars! Dr. p. P. Ilcdumnnn
has Just ordered one of thu torpedo
body Overlands from the von Hninm
Young Company. Tho Overland tor
pedo toadster Is a 30-horscpower car
and no doubt will prove ns popular
In Honolulu ns It has done on the
C. .1, Schoenlng of tho von Ilamm
Young Cnmpauy reports tho sale on
Maul of ni. Overland to n prominent
Maui business man.
total output Is u trllln moro Hum CO
per .cent greater for tho prcnont sen
Bon than It was for 11110 cars This
Increase amounts to about ten ciirs
In each hundred.
Tho demand for enclosed cars Is
heavier, of course, In the fall than nt
any other time of tho year, hut It Is
not expected that the Itgures obtain
ed for the season's business ns far as
It has progressed will be altered to
any material degree. One of the rea
sons for this belief Is that of the
cncloscfl cars ordered so far, the
suburbans and broughams, or limous
ines ns they uro popularly known, out
number the landaus and laudaulets In
the proportion of moro thnn three to
out1, Ijindnus nnd Inndaulets will he
ordered In the spring If the experi
ence of other seasons holds good ow
ing to tho fact that they are Ideal In
spring nnd summer when Ihey may)
bo used in cither open or closed form'
according to weather conditions. A'
fact which has undoubtedly hnd n
largo effect In the great Increase In.
enclosed car orders has been the
marked extension of manufacturing'
facilities for turning nut these. bodlcA
All last Saturday thero was an In
terested crowd louking ovor tlio do.
tails' of tho now Plorco-Arrow" and
niinlinnnii t.Ai titlilnli It lil 4 tut n PrlVa
ed for tho Assorted Oarage. Ladles;''0,, l "J?r7;,!rt'T '.
uimw j.i.iiv m i,iiiuu mm, iiuriiaps wmi
New Pittsburg-Philadelphia Record.
How docs; 'nn' niitomohllo conipahy!
work out' th6' nrtlst. graceful' lines
of the bodies of Its enrs? '
This question was answered In a
novel way at the' Cndlllns plunk.)
Thcro tho bodies nro first molded In,
wnx, so' that' ho builders know the
effect of nvory. Curve, every swell, be
foro tho design Is nccepted nnd the
order given to go abend," with ihe
bulldlng of tho bodies.
Moreover, tho model is llfo size. A'
rough framework of wood Is built on,
a chassis. Then tho wnx mnlder goes'
to work. Prom tho plastic brown wnx
nnd gentlemen wero In nnd out nil
day long, nnd kept tho manager busy
answcilug questions and explaining
The finished luxury of tho Plerco
cars called forth tho admiration or
everyone, nnd the, moor was pro
nounced a marvel of mechnntsm by
all. One gentleman fiesh from the
Coast ald that ho had experienced
several makes of cars, but that there
was no doubt In IiIb mind ns to tho
superiority of tho PIcrce-Arrow. He
Bald Hint ho had been all over the
mountains in Southern California In
his slx-36 Felnc and rarely ever
changed a gear; and that California
Is going to be a PIcrce-Arrow State.
Tho new 40-horsepowcr Chalmers
bought liy Krlc Ouy came In for Its
sharo of admiration. Krlc Is going
over the car carefully and Ic&mln'g
It thoroughly before taking It out
himself. Ho Is Immensely pleased
with Its splendid pulling abilities.
Hut tho llttlo beauties which took
tlio eyo of all wero tho two nifty
Chalmers roadsters, ono with tho top
up and tho other with tho top folded
in the now close-Coupled fashion es
pecially mado by the Chalmers fac
tory. They hnvo boon pronounced
by ovoryono who sees theni tho most
perfect of their typo ovor seen here.
Dcsplto tho amount of cxtrn
work necessitated by tho building
changes which nro agoing on in tho
garage, tho management has been
pressed to the utmost to tako enre
of tho Hurcascil business ns tho re
sult of tho steady confidence and
growing popularity, of tho throo
makes which t)io Associated handles.
Two moi'o, orders for Chalmers
ram" wero taken this wcok, throo for
IludsoiiH, and another order was sent
In to tho I'lcrco factory.
1048" ALAKEA STRE
P. 0. BOX G42
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If It's Paint
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AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
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ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G97 ELITE BUILDING
Tho Schuman Rarago sold two of
the PJ11 model K. M. P. cars InBt
vepk. Ono went to Dr. Macknll, aiid
(ho oilier was purchased by Pay
master Stovons of tho navy. The
K. M. P. cars aro now selling nt the
leduced rate of $Ur.O, fully
Tho new models nro 30 horsopow-
cr and aro beautiful Bpo;lnieiiB of the
art of nuto building. Sevornl K. M
Ps. nro oxpocted during tho course
rtf tho noxt fow weeks, nnd n Loco
mobile nnd a Flanders roadster nro
nlso to nrrlvo.
The 12. M. P. cars that hnvo been
reduced In prlro are attracting n lot
of attention, and many people nro
thinking of going In for tho ma
chines. Tho l.ocomobllo car Is alfco
spoken of a lot, nnd tho beautiful
nmrhtuoa nro tho pride, of their
Whether thn experience hU full of
tlio l'lnrcifArrow Molnr Car Company
of Buffalo In regard to enclosed cars
In typical of the whole Indus! ly Is u
question, but It Ih a fuct tbat Its rcc
oids show that tho demand for en
closed curs is far In oxcrss of that
of any other year.
Periodically nt tho I'lorco-Arrow
plant percentages on body styles nnd
colors nro stiuck. Tly means of thoso
tho company Is enabled to know ut'nll
times Just: what thn trend of the buy
lug public Is In genernl and particu
larly toward Its own lyint. Tho llg
uret) so fnr this season show that tho
.merely some verbal suggestions born
of embryonic Ideas.
When tho wnx body stands com
pleted, tho bends of departments
gather nbout It, A line Is eliminated
here; a curio strengthened thero; n
swell emphasized oi softened; some
times the contour of n wholo side
Finally, when tho design Is approv
ed, plaster casts nre made, faithful
to the last small detail. Prom these
nro mado steel dies; nnd then tho
real work of the body building ij
icuujr lo proceed, pr these dies nre
used to shape tlio,"')fCt metnl panels
which constitute the body of tho car.
Thus nothing Is left to guess work.
The eyo Is not called, upon to con-'
struct n curve wuero a curve Is need
edperhaps a curve such as a wood
worker could nover achieve. No lino
Is Jmpossllile; no graceful sweep has
to bo abandoned because n wood nr
metal worker cannot nltaln it.
An nnnoynnco to which American
motorists have been subjected In En
ropo during tho past season has been
the potty persecution by offlcers in
Switzerland, A multiplicity of laws
and regulation) In tho various cantons
of that couutry so bind down the mo
tor car owner that touring there lias
been fobbed of a groat deal of Its
Pleasure. Cortnln roads nro barred
during ccrtnln hours nnd different
i"jn ii-Hiiiuiitins utmost mnko a
courso of legal instruction necessary
before a tourist dnres to venture across
tlio mounlnlnous llttlo republic. In
most instances tourists who hnvo botn
detained by tho Swiss authorities bavo
simply paid their fines and left the
country ns tho cheapest way out of
tho matter, During tho lasfslx months
letters of protest galoro havo boon
published In tho papors of Oormany,
rrnnco, Italy and England.
Now, however, according to advices
received by the Plcrco-Arrow Motor
Car Company of Buffalo from Pari
where It maintains a branch for parts
and supplies, n concerted movement
js on foot to do away wltli, tlio nn
noyunccs of travel thero. A labuln.
(Ion s being mado of tho Instances
In which motor car users bellovo they
havo been donlt wllh harshly and
theso will ha presented to the higher
authorities of Switzerland. Ncodlesi
to say tho American and other tourists
lu Franco who nro at tho head of (ho
movement will have tho nnlcnt sup.
port of that considerable body, tho
awiss uoii'i Ki'i-pviB.
When It began to deliver Its current
3C and 48 horse-power models In tlio
latter part of August this year tho
Plerco-Arrpw Motor Car Company of
Uuffalo Inaugurated n change In Ita
manufacturing methods, tho ndvnn
tnges of which to tho users of its
cars Is alroady apparent. Blnco It
has occupied Its new factory tho com
pany lias manufacteured cars of nt
least throe, different horse-power
earn year. Tt has been the custom
to dlvldo the year's output Into what
were cnllod "runs," fly this mntbod n
month or two months would bo de
voted to turning out cars of one
model. Then nnotbor model would
bold tho boards for thirty or sixty
days. Hut try us thn factory would It
could not nrrangn the tlmo of theso
"runs" to suit all Us dealers. At tho
time ono model would bo In demand
In one jnrt of the country It might
10 A II I-1-II
Fli H Hi '
From your pay teuKedope wSli ke$p
you well 4ressedAandlocMngiigM:.
We give yo,u the ,do(fches to w;ar
wihen you araake yojir first py
meiat. Prices ange irojn l$il0iP
(to 25.00. WIe ,also ake 4ottfew
to ,order je ;gtuar,atflieed fltfiirtl.
Outfittiig Co. lAjL,
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Specialists in GotA tthee tud ax
sachs bligm romT BOtiaCT
Yield to the persuasive powers
x Primo Reer,
and strength cpnies1 witb tl?e
first bottle. '
' You can SLEEP N soundly
after taking it,' and lift the J
.system into a .condition to ,re- i;
sist the enervnt-ino- hJt 4
It gives mental power to'.those whouse it. H 1
It is the HOME beer, "
ho Just between seasons for another
model lu another district
During the spring and summer tho
manufacturing facilities nt tho PIcrce
Arrow plant were enlarged greatly by
tho addition of both new buildings
nnd now equipment. Ah a conso.
quenco It hns been found possible to
Uo away with the old "run" Bystciu
nnd now the 36 and 48 horso-powor, PERRY DAVIS' PAlNKftf.tR ,'
curs nrn ttnlni? hrmifrbf ilirmif-li a'Mul S 'i
by side. The advnntnges havo been
particularly apparent this fall dur
ing tho time tho domand for enclosed
cars has been greatest nnd tt Is Ex
pected that all the voxutlous questions
of priority In winter and spring de
liveries will now be obviated.
when thoroughly rubbed In reJUve
Btralns and sprains la Joints ortmisclea
from any cause. AH drueglt,t 25; J5","'
COo sizes. Ijirgo hollies the cWpet,
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(Quory WastlM'e wife the Aff
woman to earu bef salt . j- jT