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nVHNINO IIUM.HTIN, HONOLULU, T II. HATUKDAY. NOV. 12. 1910.
Jfly MTR car
Fo iniirh Interest nnd tlmo
been devoted In election tilts
Hint the nutniuohllo sales liuvo been n
trifle under the uvoriigo nf tlio past
llireu months. However, at tlio bjiuo
lima tlio local muclilncs were Impress
nl Into servlco transporting ilelln
quent voloro so tluit tlio garages nnd
Frpulr bIiopb liuvo been kept very
'I lie nutomnlillc business Is fast be
coming mnro standardised nnd Im-
poitunt In commercial circles und Is
Imw nt n point wlicro It may bo term
ed n posltlo necessity rattier than n
tlcli iiuiii'h Hiort nnd luxury, as 1ms
previously been Its stutus.
Tlie vast Improvements In construc
tion nnd design tliat liuvo been pre
sented In tfio past three years liavo
enabled us lo call tlio uutomoblfo nti
All tlio manufacturers are, striving
for reliability nnd today tlio car that
runs with '.lie least attention bccius lo
be tlio bent tcllgr.
, Tlio niilomobllo dealers say that tlio
(-arar.o end Is rapidly becoming easier
to hnndlo owing to two reasons: Tlio
machines aro more reliable nnd tlio
bucrs aro becoming mora familiar
with the small adjustments and llttlo
troubles that occur on the road.
A fow years ago tlio garngo tele
phones were constantly ringing, and
bearing tlio sad news that uomo un-
fortunate nutolst was In hopclos3
despair nnd needed Immediate atten
tion, hut today such things nrc fur
llonqlulu Is Indeed very fortunate
in regard to tlio handling of tlio busi
ness, ns garages arc equipped us well
as any In tlio larger cities, A great
deal of money has been spent In Im
porting tlio best skilled mechanics nnd
tlio highest class machinery.
liavo planned with tlio public eotivcnlcmu
week,1""' '" """
The Kvcrltt pony tonnoaii enr mado
tlio trip around tho Island In tlio mud
and rain this week In four and a linlt
Tho von Humm-Young Company re
port (be snlo this week of a 1911 Mo
del .10 Cadillac tlcmt-tonncnti car- lo
Capl. John Kldvvcll.
Tho 1911 model 12. M. F. enr Is at
trading n very gtcnt deal of favorable
comment. Automobile, buyers who
know every point In n car aro parti
cularly enthusiastic ovor this 12. M.
J Tho I.urlliie this week brought two
Packard 30 touring cars ami ono Peer
less 30 roadster for Tlio von llamm
Young Company, theso cars to bo de
livered to prominent Honolulu bus!-'
Mr. Schooling, dcmoriBtrutor for
Tho von Hainm-Young Company, re
turned from Maul this week rexrtlng
tho sates of a Cadillac doml-touncau
to Dr. fleo. Aiken of Kahuliil, nnd n
Model 19 Ovorlund to Mr. llcvlns of
ThOntisfucllon dorlved by owning
a Ca'lllliic has been demonstrated this
week by the purchaRo of n 1011 Model
30 Cadillac dcml-tonncau by Mr.
Win. Searby of Puunono. Mr. Scarby
Is n great follower of tho Cadillac
having used ono for tho Inst year nnd
a half, both for business purposes and
. Tlie arrival of tho I.urllne brought
three new 1911 Chulmois 30s and
tliruo 1U 1 1 Hudson roadsters and
joy to us many prosiiectlvo owners,
whoso .orders had been on tlio for n
month or muro with tho Associated
-U,-J,..Mnrx-i took dollvcry of n
beautiful Chnlmors 30 touring car;
Will Thomas of tho Thomas Pineap
ple Co. likewise rodo off In his Chal
mers 30 touring car. One of the
new Hudson roadsters went to Alec
I. vie. another to tho Honolulu drew
ttig & Malting Co., while thu third
was rcBhipped- to Stanley Illchard3on
of l'nlu, Maul
Tho' equipment of tlio Chalmers
1911 touring ;iru Is especially fine,
lii:1udlng th ewe nccesborlesj which
gladden tho heart or tho experienced
motorist, Eiich as specially-fitted seat
coveip. tho latest hickory slatted
trunk rack, tlio carriers, Warnor
rlcctrle llghlcil aulomctcr, ClyilmerB
Bpeclally-flttcd tops, a Inrge-Blied
tool box on the running board,
trimmed to match tho rar, robo rail,
and so foith. Tho demand for tho
Chnluioru car this year Is phenom
enal, nnd as tho policy of the f.itv
tory 11 lo build only a limited num
ber of .cars well, ninny prospective
purchasers will bo disappointed be
cause of delay in booking their orders.
A Chalmers 40 roadster Is on tho
way no a Bpeclnl order for Ii. Mac
failane of Napoopoo, Hawaii, who
Eclectcd llils rar both from his own
rxnnrlotiro with his Chalmers 30
pony and bocauso of the; record
made by lltiiry llecklcy with Ills
f.iBt Cluilmors 10.
II. P. Wood of tho Promotion Com
mltteo lui'V given his older for u
Chalmers 30 touring car.
C, O. Knitted was dlbcovoicd driv
ing u beatitlful now car tho other
day, which upon Investigation
piuvud to ho tho llrst of tho sl.cyl
Indcr -18 horsepower 1911 I'lcrii;
Tlio last 1911 Pnckards received by
The von Hnniin-Yoiing Company have
como out with n now fcaturo-Mho
quick detachable demountable rims
which are a great convenience ovor
tho former clincher dcmountablo
Mr. C. C von Itnmni, of Tho von
Hatnm-Younc Company, Is duo to nr
rlvo h Honolulu by tho Sierra on tho
18th lint. Mr. von llamm has tiocn
on tho mainland for tlio last two
months during whlcli tlmo ho has vis
ited nil tho nulomolillo ngchcies rep
resented by his firm, nnd he is return
lug wKb nil tho latest automobile
Ideas and theories.
It Is not unllkoly'thnt n very Inter
esting report will ho received by Inn
war department nt Washington on the
emclcney of nutomobllcs In military
ofioratloiiB, based on tho work at tho
recent Pcorlo (Illinois) maneuvers of
tlio two Cadillac gun cars ownod by
tho Northwestern military academy.
Tho Cadillac cars wcro In nctlvo
Borvlco throughout tho maneuvers
nnd Major II. P. Dnvldhon. command
nut of tho Northwestern, writes tho
Cadillac Company that they were giv
en tbo most oxtrnordlnnry missions
to execute These lire tlio machines
which went through tho (Hidden tour,
and Mnnr Davldron says Hint, know
ing their capabilities as well ns hu
does, ho was gratified to so thorn do
things on thu maneuvering field which
li! hud supposed vvoro not posslblo for
Colonel Itomalno, who was tho chief
uniplrs nt the manouvcrs. Is reported
lo liavo t.ald that tho work with the
Cadillacs had thoroughly convlncod
hlmiof their efficiency ilrhmlllfHryi op
erations, i " -T. w .
Mad.imo Kiln M. Dos Ilochcra.V u
corsetlerro of Trcmont stroot, Uosloti,
has established n record us a iuotorlsU
In four years Bho dr.ovo two Franklin
euro n?nrly np.OCO miles. The -ilr-cooled
motors of her cars required no
attention and did not everhcut.
Madame Dps Herbert) In bor long
ixpcrlonco with motoi curs' has bo
como u cupablo mochunlclun. nnd any
llttlo attention needed by tho cur Is
Arrows to arrive In tho Islands, Thn given (t by herself,
Plerco-Arrow car Is onsldercd to bo " tour nil ovor tho country with
America's lutt word In motor lur only ladles with me, nnd thero Is nov-
conjunction, both tionj an cnglu- or .anything liappeiiH hut what I enn
running time. Tho cur arrived In
Now Yoik without any adjustment or
repairs being mado dining tho trip
mill has been entered, us It stands, In
tho commercial vehicle tests to bo
held during tho coming week.
Tho 1,000 miles from Detroit wore
covered In fi2 hours nnd 38 minutes of
actual running tlmo, showing tin uvcr
ugo speed of 19 miles nn hour and
establishing n record for tho trip. Tho
Orubowsky left Detroit on Tuesday
afternoon IubI, arriving In St. Thom
as, Ontario, Into Tuesday night nnd
In IlulTulo the following night.
In Ilutfalo merchants evinced great
interest In tho car nnd Mr. West
agreed to lay over In that city for
half a day in defcrenco to tho wishes
of a fow business men. Tho Huffnlo
merchants, like those of other cities,
wcro surprised to learn that tho nor
mal rungo of travel and Bpccd of theso
row or wagons can bo easily trebled
to meet Urgent requirements. During
tho balanco of tho trip to New York
the roads vvoro very muddy nnd tho
power wagon had to pull through
somo difficult places. Thu downpour
of rain early Tuesday submerged
many parts of tho road.
Tho car not only established n rec
ord for commercial vehicles, but beat
tho bent tlmo ever mado by u pleasure
car over tho same route.
Automobiles uro to play an Import
ant part in nccoK rating thu construc
tion of n (1,500,000 Irrigation canal
now being built In Oicgon for tlio pur
pose of reclaiming 55,000 acres of urld
Tho work is being rushed by the
Ilogtto Itlvcr Valley Cunnl Company.
Fred M. Cuiiimlngs of Medford, Oio
gou, Is chief engineer. For somo time
ho bus been using u four-cylinder,
eighteen horse-power Frutiklln car
and Is to liavo two more.
The tusk requires that Mr. Cuiii
mlngs and other engineers get hnstlly
from point to point Inspecting and
directing. Ho put tho ttrst Franklin
in Borvleo for his own use. Its ulr
coolcd, motor, which bus no radiator
to overheat pr lo encumber tho car,
worked where n wutcr-cooled motor,
It was found, would have fullest bo
causa of Jack of un adequnto supply
of cooling medium. Tho largo tires,
combined with tho cur's light weight
and wood chassis frame, suvu the'uti
noyanco of road shock. y
"Owing to tho great jirtdomlnonco
of Kiiropcun built cur J-ontliicntnl
standards In design nnd finish uro pro
fcricd by tho people. Ono reason I
have chosen tho Chalmers cur Is bo
cause I find that it conforms closely
to Kuroicaii design. While It lias thu
grace and speed of Ilicso foreign ma
chines and also has tho same beauty
of finish nnd uorkniaushlp, tho prlco
Is much lower, nnd the lighter weight
makes tho car moro practicable for
AlifctralhrrffchndUfuhs. . .-('
"Australia Is ouo of tho grdnlost
markets In tho woild for automobiles.
Only a slight porrcutngo of tlio pco
pie who can own cars aro supplied.
With II vo million population there aro
only about thirty-five hundred cars In
use. Thirtfls no country wherq tho
nulomolillo Is luoru needed as n nivalis
of favcllng from ono plnco to unoth
or. Tho distances uro vory great nnd
railroad facilities poor. In nddltlqn to
this tho peoplo aro generally prosper-
Oils? and lif ,11 position to buy nulonio-
unci, j-, Aj (,
"Thr owners of largo plantations,
hlelr are so rjtmemus In Australia,
liavo not yet begun to realize, thu pos
0ltlU.tlc.s of Iho motor cur and I ex
pect a largo tmslii'ss among this class
of people when tlio demand has nnco
been created." m
Mr. Bandford bus contracted for a
number of Chalmers cms to bo de
livered each month.
There is just this much about it :
Dandruff is, a germ disease, is
to baldness. When chronic, it
is very stubborn, but surely
yields to thorough and energetic
treatment. All germs must be
destroyed, the scalp must be
restored to health. 1 Icrc is the
remedy: Aycr's Hair Vigor.
Ask your doctor about using it.
Ayer-s M Vigor
DOES NOT'CCLTK THE HAIR
yrtprrf h Dr. J. C. At- C .1 . U. S. K
Craft With Interesting His
tory Goes to the
Tho breaking up of tho little hnr
bor launtli 1'un maiKs tho passing
of a craft that has participated In
events Unit nuili Intel estlng epochs
In lo ui history, dating back to tho
tlmo of the Hawaiian Republic.
Tl'.e Fun is ouo of several trim
vc&icls c-wncd and operated by tin
Young brothers. Tho veescl hni
been engaged of late in ordlnar
loittluo woik about tho harbor.
Tho Fun hits now i-erved her daye
of usofiilncss and she will bo super
seded 'by a better and larger vcbboI,
wlilsh when cvnipletd will proudly
bear "the boiiorei)namc.
The Fijn wak used In 'tho landing
of .tvrb 'cables atn Honolulu some
rcven'TJ'o.irji'Hgo- TheUtl" boat was
liundlisl, by' tho Young bribers, who
used lier at Wulklkl In Retting the
Sail IvVaiiclsco end of tho, Commcr
clnl Pacific cable, .
The''vcssol also bears Hie (llstlnc
tlonof paitlclputlng In the rescue
of Prlnco Cupid, who hail been ocr
turhed In a Ilslilng boat. ,,
Tho news of the iisKansluatloii nl
thu lato Piciildent McKlnlcy wiu
brought Into the harbor by the lit
tle launch Fun, mid It was her hottrq
flag that was llrst to bo half-masted
by tho Young brothers In roinmcm
oration of the death of tho martyred
The Fun has achieved muMi re
nowii iib a shark-llshlng bunt. The
craft has been used extensively by
tho Youngs In their axpcudltlnnt
against tho flercu man-enters that
frequent tbo maters near tho harbor
Tho engines that now' propol tin
Fun through the waters near Hono
lulu will ho transferred lo a new
vessel that will coon be built and
pla-ed In commission.
coring and nrtlBtle. point. of vlow.jlx."
Her I'rnuklln Is a familiar sight In
tho Iturkshlrn hills, tbo Whlto moun
tains 'uTut' other Now Knglatul placcB
nnd Mr. Il.irtlelt showed a lino dis
crimination In hj sclecjjqn. f i . 'y
Tho niuch-tulkeil-of Hudson ' 33
vjll bo nlong Bboitly. Hov. John of noto.
Krdman has bolected ono of the Hud-
ton 33 touring models us his nuxt Tho flrnt long-dlstanco lilgh-spoed
c:;r, ' run over mailo by a loaded aiitomobllo
Aftor "Joy rides" (H rickshaws and truck endpd last night nt llrondway
n' pemoiiully couduetcd tour of the nnd Sixty-first Btrcot, when, u tlru
Fnr Kast. along with other Amorl- bowgky'l-ioii power wngon finished u
can morAnnts, goulnl Fied Wnldron fust run from Detroit, Mich., to Now
will bo met nt the wharf on his re- Vnr. n distance of 1.000 miles, in
turn with his now Plorco-Arrow, for ;"? I"' ot " V ot 0l
...i. t..i. i... in .... ..in. ..i..H in iita inrio,
",NUI "" " "" """' '""" " "", Thn vnl.lrln -,. l,ln.l l I.e. full
capacity nnd driven In this unusual
manner to show Kb adaptability for
emergency servlco of un extremu nu
turc, such us trebling tho normal
NEW PASTOR WILL
ARRIVE DECEMBER 5
Tho first two of n limited number
of ypnclul speed cnrB to be built by
tho H. II. Franklin Manufacturing
Company of Byrapuse, N, Y., were rn
cently delivered lo Cbnstor flrlswold
of Now York nnd Knlpli C. Hamlin of
lm Angeles, Cnl. ,,
Tho now cur Is u two-passenger,
liirtlu-bnrk torpedo-phaeton with high
doori and flush sides. The motor Is a
four-cylinder Franklin, iilr-r.ooted,
with n four-liirh slroko and bore. Tho
tiro equipment, In nccord with Frank.
tin practice, Is largo, both front nnd
rear tires being 34 by 4Vi Indies In
hUii, giving a wldo margin of safety
In tho capacity of tlio llror oyer tlie
loiri put on tliom.
Thin spevsd cur weighs but 1000
pounds. It bus a wheel base of
1 1 5 if.. Inches.
Prof. K. H. Woodruff of Cornoll col-
lego, Now York, has culled Theodore
Itoosevclt n double liar. "Fools ruali
day's mlleagd and tediiclng tho duy's In where nngles four to trend,"
A. N. Cnmpboll of tho Wutei house
Trust Company Is much plcasod with
Ills Chalmors, 30 pony totiiicau.
Altogether, Manager Soymour Hall
of tho Asso'lutcd tliirngn reports
gient satisfaction In tho greatly In
creased demand for tlio Ploice-Ar-rovv.
Clialmcfs nnd Hudson cars, as
exptesslng publlii conlldonce in theso 1, 11,, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
tliioo great makos. A nUMOVAHI.H POWKIt PLANT; Hardcimd Steel I11I3IIIN03 In
Although Bomewhat liamppteil by every working part: KMKHOKNCY CONDHNSINf) CIIAMHRU; POSl
the ronrrniiRi'mnnt nnd plinngei now TIVK MKCIIANICAIi Oiling System.
going on.'on nceount or tbo ltethel HONOLULU ?0WER WAQ0N CO., Agents W. M. MINTON, iMRr.
istroet''rfpciiliig,f.tlioo,--t;liing3 are phdne 2160 ',' - -' .- 8V5S6utli' Street; Near King
Rev. Robert Elmer Smith
Comes to First Mothodist
Ilnv. Ilobort Klmer Smith, Hie now
pastor of tlio First Methodltt llpli
cop.il church, will arrive In Honolulu
on tho Siberia .December H nnd nt
oncu tuko up his duties.
ltev. Mr. Smith cornea from Normal.
III., recently, though by birth and
early training ho Is n New IS islander,
educated In the public. sc'iooIb nt
Holyoke, Muss., In Wcslnynji Semin
ary, una later In lioston university.
Hu has been pastor of n number of Im
portant churches In Masinchusetts,
Connecticut und Illinois, nnd Is a pop
ular lecturer In addition to his min
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
MRS. ARTHUR JONES
DIES THIS -MORNING
Mrs. Arthur K. Jonos, wife of
tho superintendent of tho Dowsctt
rnnch, died at tho Queen's Hospi
tal this morning. Klin leaves thrco
chlldron two boja and u girl, Mrs.
Jones was Nelllo It. Hoyt, daughter
or N. II !!ot of Oakland, Cnl. Her
mother ami her sister and the Hov.
Mr. Hill uro living In Japan. She
has tin co biuthcrs living In Ban
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
draws tho pain und lullammiitinn fintii
hei'stlngs and Insect bites. Soothes
and nllnys tbo awful itching of hum
qullo hltCH. 2..e. .IMe nnd r.Op bottles.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-g
Your neighbor who has
it motor enr will glvcvoti
the straight tip If jou
can get him to Ltop en
joying himself In the
rrctli ulr long enough to
CHALMERS "W TOURING CAR
Don't-Think Thoughts Six
Many a business man has said, "I'm not enough of a
mechanic to run an automobile, and I can't afford to
keep a chduffcur or pay big garage bills to keep my car
The man who says that la t 'linking in terms of six yearn ago.
Six years ago ruch n statement would not bine been bo fur
ntnlss. Tho world bus moved In six years und 'the making of unto
mobllci lias shown moro progress than nearly anything else.
You ran buy a real automobile now for as low u prlco ns $1,100.
It Is bo Blinplo to opcrnto that you can, nnd should, drive it yourself.
It Is bo trouble-proof ou won't need to keep It in u garage und have
high-priced mechanics tinkering with It all thu time.
Six years ago thero wna rcarcoly a real automobile to bo hud at any
prlco. tint now Just look around Jou. Sco the thousands or men
like yourself who use them comtnntly Talk to jour mlghhnr who
has our, Ho will giro you tho straight tip, If you can ever gut him
to stop enjoying himself In tho Ir-sli iilr long enough to do it.
Thero nro ninny good cars nowadays, nnd nnygood car mado. by
one of tho well established companies Is u good luvcstincnt.
Wo are not In sympathy vvlt'i that sort of automobile advertising
which Insinuates that nil other cars except tho particular one udver
'lied liavo untried features and aren't worth half their pi Ice. A hum
mer Is ii vory useful thing In n carpenter Bliop, but It ha always look
ed lo '"i u llttlo out of pluco In thu bauds or a salesman or udvcrtfslnx
You need a cur und you won't make a mlstako In buying nny.
ono of u number ot makes.
'Jt nivrtic' wo would llk'iilhn prlvltegn of illuming jou thu
Chalmers befote you buy. Wc know that wu havu excellent cars, yet
If wo can't routine; you that wo offer' bolter vnlitj, dollar-for dollar,
than any one clcc, why that Is our fault, not yours. , ,
LICENSED UNDE1 SELDEN PA1ENX
VI hi-re l.le ('mi Yen llny
Mtich Sen Ire for
Tho public hni learned tlint It
Is. not nbsoluicly necessary ''to
buy luxuiy-prked cnrsto get
all tho service they wnnt.
Tbo pieferenro of tho Chnl
intra ".to", JK.O'J Cur, In mo
toring contests nnd owners'
bands bus educated the public
to this fact. '
Tho Chalmers "30" two, four
or flvo passenger types will
answer every requirement of
sliced, power nnd eoinfoil that
tho nvcrage man could nsk. Tho
record of this car In winning
thn 1910 (Hidden Trophy over
Z.S.'t miles nf nil sorts of roads
In competition with cars twice
Its price and power s stilnclent
proof of its ability lo do all the
nvoniKi! owner i mild usk of It
Upon the Chalmers "30" nnd
"Forty" Is kinked th,o future of
n great business organization.
Kvery (.'liniment Car Bold today
Is helping the sain of other
Chalmers Curu inarty'jcnro from
When you buy n Chalmers
yon buy. first, a car Hint will
give yqti full vuluo. nnd hard
service. You buy also tho co
operation nnd assistance of ev
ery Chalmers ngunt In the coun
try. Yon. buy u guarantee of
performance und quality back
cl nu by an organization (but Is
hro (o stay.
IV'nilno thu 1911 models nt
our show rooms. Ut us take
on o'vl J n thtf ,CltBlmora-''30"
and iferronstrnte Us Behavior
-luder nit conditions.
Dealers in Motor Cars
There is one best olive and that is the
Every one is a carefully-selected large
Queen Olive, firm and juicy. The
greatest care is exercised in the culti
vation, picking and packing, and the
Olive you get is the best obtainable.
Your Grocer Has Them
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
...irxi.w ......,. J...iUJajaiahi,,Mto't.Air ! iT.f. 'trttmmtmnmMatm.L.