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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. It., I-TUDAY, NOV. 18, 1910.
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Ginger Ale FH
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At All Fountains
mill by tlio Case from
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations arc-being- made" to "serve you licrc. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN, SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
"Other People's Money" Af
fords a Lot of Amusement
at New Orphcum
Mciccnn C'liimi Ouy Miner
Hutchinson Homier, .(loo. II. Howard
Murjoiy Hopper Eva Mnrlclln
Mllllccnt Hopper Marlon Dunn
Juscphtis ciniH. i:. Murphy
Oliver Stnrblrd Hubert McKIm
Tlclka Van Slltert ....Hetty Jonson
Taliiler I. T. Ucan. ..tames II. Norton
Joe Cohen's mirth-factory, Somc
timet known ns the New Orplicnin,
was grinding ut a rnplil rate lust
I night, the occasion be Inn tlio first
night of tlio Howard plaors In "Oth
er Pcoplo's Money." They produced
the tin on nets of tlio clover comedy
In a rnplil-flrc way, and laughter fioni
tlio niiillenco was almost continuous,
although It was punctuated by tlio
chcorn from n basketball gniuo next
door nml by n heavy shower that pat
tered down on tho roof.
"Other People's Monoy" gives ov
er body In tho cast a chanco to shlno.
mid ccrbody took ndvantiiKu of It.
In brief It concerns a young man in
loo with the daughter of a rich, nvur
ulclous old woiilil-lio sjioit. Thejonng
man enlists tho father's help by let
ting him think tho girl Is some other
I old fool's daughter nnd promising
iilni Ilvo per cent of tho million that
will result out of tho match.
The consequent mix-ups 1110 many
i nnd varied, spiced by tlio old man's
lllrlntlon with a pretty young woman.
Of courbo tho young fellow gets the
girl whllo the old man and IiIh ills
agrecnblu wife find themselves badly
I II In n simple plot and one welt
deeloped by the Howard players.
Jtloorgo 11. Howard plays tlio part of
I llutrhlnsou Hopper, "that old fool of
: a father." and Miss Marlon Dunn Is
jtho ambitious wife. Eva Martcll.i Is
tho daughter and Hubert McKIm the
clever young man who outwits the
old folks. Ouy Miner Is cast In u
I serio-comic lole, that of un eldeilj
and savago widower who would mar
ly I ho daughter. .lames II, Norton
whoso excellent woik lias been men
tioned beruio. has a small part but
makes It stand out. Miss Hetty .Ion-
sou Is Tlcfkn Van Slttcrt, tho pretty
young woman who takes In old Hop-
por, and she Is particularly good In
her final scene of triumph.
It's a good place to go this week
If you want n lot of laughs, and there
,ls not a tlresomo moment In tho three
nets providing tho outsldo noises are
not In evidence.
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Delivery passes your door twice a day.
If It's Paint
AND YOU; WANT A Q00D JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
Is "an ounce of prevention" ns well as
u "iMiuinl of cine." Tor bowel tumbles,
sk.'n wounds, colds, anil other Ills
SZa iind uCc slxoa.
It Is said that tho service of tin
steamers Yulo nnd Harvard will bo
Inaugurated from Sail Pedro on Do
comber 30. A tilp to Sa'n Francisco
will bo made. In seventeen hours,
leaving Ban l'edro at S o'clock In tho
afternoon and airlvlng at 10 In tho
morning. A tralllc arrangement be
tween Ban I'i'dio and l.os Angeles and
wharf facilities lias not been completed.
Tho schooner Resolute has arilved
on the Bound after a record passage
of twenty days fioni Suva, FIJI Isl
ands. Captain Smith declined that if
tho wenther bad been as favorable
for tho first pait of tho passage as
that before which bo blew Into tho
StnUt.jho, would havo logged tlio ills
tnnco of SIOO miles In two weeks.
SAME OLD POLICY.
he's had on the
Uncle 8am Is building a barbed wire fence on the Mexican border. That
Canadian line all these years. i ' '
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s nothing. i8. what
rt In Minneapolis Journal.
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Immense Structures That Will
Hold Waters 'of Ocean
I'lTTSHUIUl, Nov. M. The largest
gates In tlio win Id aio being made In
Pittsburg for the Panama canal Any
one of tlio 92 of them, for thcro nro
to bo 16 pairs In nil, wilt be about as
high as a slx-stoiy building, CI feet
wldo and soven feet thick The struc
tural steel that will go to m.ike them
will weigh 60,000 tons, or more, than
eight times ns much as was used to
build the Eiffel tower.
Tho mighty portuls, Jdeslgned to ad
mit a world's commerce from one
ocean to another, must withstand a
tide of criticism as well as a tremen
dous pressure of witter ami iiosslhle
convulsions of earth. Vlor Soars the
controversy over gates or no gates,
locks or sea level, has been the div
iding Issue of the, ciuat problem.
In tho face cf tear in somo quarters
that tho foundations on the Isthmus
aro not sine cnuiigh for lucks, that
earthquakes or water pressure would
dislodge them and an fcneni)'s mines
or accidental explosions might easily
destroy them, tho government has be
gun to build the gates, i
Gates Will Ccst $5,500,CC0.
The cost will bo $5,5110,0(111. Tho
builders nro tlio McCllnllc Marshall
died Construction compau). a half of
whoio Independent plant has been
given over entirely to tho gato con
trait, or the 60,000 tons of steel re
quired, the heaviest single pieces will
weigh about 13 tons. These will bo
tho huso girders, which are scum feol
wldo .ami whli h will be placed much
llko the (list floor girders of a sky
Tho scries -of girders above them
will rangu fioni 3.8 feet apart near
the bottom, to tho feet apart at the
top, and over tho skeleton structure
bus formed a sheathing of watertight
irinor plato will bo bollcil much after
the fashion of clapboards on a house.
Tho thickness of the plates will
rango from un Inch at the base to 7-16
of mi inch nt tlio top. The weight of
i single gato will bo alsuit 600 liuu,
ami tho dimensions aro 77 to 82 feet
uiKii. i.ir in tin root wnio and seven
feet thick. Tho thousands or indivi
dual pieces, numbered and fitted to
gether like children's blocks, will bu
shipped by svau4errl...l!aUlmore.nnd
wlllr Ihoiu'wlll giWdoo skilled struc
tural steel Jmllders from Pittsburg to
set them up. The advance guard' of j
uxpona ieay.' icro in December nml
tho first wor will probably begin oar',
ly In 1911 ft will take three years to
complete the. Job.
The location or the 16 pairs or gates
will bo as follows: Twenty ut tho
Ontiin Dam on tho Paclllo bIiIo, 12 at
Pedro Miguel, and H at Mlrnnoros.
near tho Atlantic entrance. Tho gates
are designed to hold back water 47.4
feet deep In a channel 110 feet wldo,
which means a picssuio of 1,000,000
No Great Disaster Likely.
r.iiKlllciTN point out mm oven ir n
tremendous explosion or oarthiiuako
should damage or destroy onu or more
sot or gates, no gregt disaster would
ensue, for all locks aro to bo made In
duplicate to accomiuoilato tralllc In
both directions ami the wiccklng of
ono set of locks would only necessi
tate diversion Into another set.
Hut violent caithipuikes have not
iiceuricd In tlio Panama region lor
moro Hum two centuries and It would
require a mighty slego ror an enemy
to destroy Iho locks.
Kncli lock will bo aniplo ror u ship
50 per cent, linger than jiny vessel
now alloat ami it lias been estimated
that as many as too ships may bo
handled In a single day.
Thcro aro no locks approaching
theso In slzo. Tho famous Suez canal
Is a sea level affair and tho few gato
lock canals would havo to combine
their gates In oquil Iho size and
strength of the gloat doors or Panama.
V- MOTOR CARS
Your neighbor who has
n motor car will give you
the straight Up If )im
can get him to stop en
Joying himself In tho
fresh nlr long enough to
CHALMERS "30" TOURING CAR
Don't Think Thoughts Six
Many a business man has said, "I'm not cnourjh of a
mechanic to run an automobile, and I can't afford to
keep a chauffeur or pay big garage bills to keep my cat
Tho man who r.nya that t. thinking In terms of six yearn ago.
Six rars ago such a statement would not havo been mi fur
amiss. Tho world has moved In six years and the making of auto
mobiles has shown moro progress than nearly anything ciso.
You can buy a real automobile now ror as low a price its $l."ioo.
It Is so slmplo to operate that von can, and should, drive It joun.eH.
It 13 fo trouble-proof Jim won't need to keep It In a garage and b.io
high-priced mechanics tinkering with it all tlio time.
Six )cnrs ago there was scarcely a rent mllomnbllo to be had at an
price. Hut now Just look around jou See tho lltousiitida or in-n
like jnursrir who use thrni conslanllr Talk to your neighbor who
ban one. Ho will gho you tho straight lip, ir you can ever gel him
to stop enjoying himself in tho rrcsli air long enough to do It.
There aro many good cars nowadays, ami any good car made by
one nt the well established companies Is a good Investment.
Wo nro not In sympathy with that sort or automobile advertising
which Insinuates that all other cars except the particular one adver
tised have untried reatures ami iircn't worth hair their price. A ham
mer Is n very userul thing in a c irper.ter shop, but It has always look
ed to us it little out ot place In tlio hands or it iialesma.i or advertising
You need a car and you won't make a mistake In bulng any
onu or a number or makes.
Or course, wo would like the prlvltego or Bhowli'c, juu tlio
Chalmers .before jou buy. We know that wo havo exce .eiit"c.-tr3.t
If wo can't convince you that wo orfpr hotter value, dollar for dollar,
than any ono else, why that Is our Mult, no( jours. -
LICENSED UNDE I SELDEN PATENT
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
Dealers in Motor Cars
Whirr lll-r Can Ymi llnj
.Much Srnlrr fur
The public lias learned that It
is not absolutely necessary to
buy liiMiry-pritcl r.irs to get
all Hie sertlco they want.
The lirefcielico or Iho dial
nurs "30", $15(10 Car, In mo
toring enuresis and owners'
hands has educated the public
to this fact.
The Chalmers "30" two, four
or llvo pasteuger types will
answer every requirement of
speed, power nnd comfort that
I he nteragc man could ask. Tho
lecoril or this tar In winning
Iho I'JIO (Hidden Trophy over
-.vr.I miles or all sorts or roads
In competition with cars twice
lis price and power Is surTlclent
, pioor or Its ability to do all the
average owner lould ak or It
I'lMin the Chalmers "30" and
"l-'orly" is slaked the Inline of
a great business organisation,
livery Chalmers Car sold today
i.t helping tlio salo of other
Chalmers Cars many )cars from
When you buy a Chalmers
ou buy, llrst, a car that will
glto )iiu full value and hard
t-crtlce. You buy alto thn co
operation anil aislstance of ev
ery Chalmers agent In tho nun
try You buy a gu.irantro or
performance and quality back
ed up by un org-iiiizatlon that g
litre 'lo slay
l.xutnl- o Hie 1911 inodoln at
our r.liowruoiii'i l,et us take
- you out In tho Chalmers "30"
nnil demonstrate Its behavior
under nil conditions,
MAY HAVE TAKEN
SAN KltANCISCO, Nov. I. Army
oindals of ti.o Piosldlo gave a no.v
turn to iho hunt ror the Um Aiigoloa
dynamiters yesterday when they Inld
before the civil authorities their Hud
Ings In an Investigation Into tho theft
from tho reservation of a quantity ot
Pour days before the Times build
ing was destroyed, 20 sticks or dynii
mlto, 50 fict or ruso and half a box
or peicusslun caps were stolen from
tlio quarry of tho military reserva
tion. With tho explosives wore soy.
oral exVnslvo"lnstri)iiieiits, but nono
iif.lhem Was disturbed It Is tho bo
iler or Iho nimy blTlclals that civilians
wero resxnudble for tho thett.
Tho Investigation ordered by Col
onel John I.undeen, ami conducted by
Post captains, has led lo tho theory
that Iho dynamite, which was Union
fioni a work box, had been carried
off In suit cases by probably time
men, nml conveyed to one or tho
North Shore wharves, where It could
easily havo been smuggled nlxianl a
Men 'whp never rolled don't believe
in luck. ... i
YOUNG TENOR TO BE
htARU M nbCITAL
Philip Cushman Hall Fcaturo
of Program loniil at
Mr. Philip Cushman Hall, tenor,
will bu heard In recital tonight at
Charles It. lllsho,i Hall. Punahou, as
sisted by Mrs, U. C. Hortou, accmu
panlst; Mr. A. 1". Hall, ttnor; Mr.
Oeorgo A. llrown nml Mr. Stanley Liv
ingston. The program Is a good one ami a
largo audience of music Inters will
attend. Mr. Hall has been beard suv.
eral times In the past hero and Is a
conscientious workei and ambitious
for fin tlier development.
Tho piogram tonight Is as rolluns'
1 Gloria A lltizzi Pccci.i
2 (a) Death In Life; h) Tho I'll-
glim Cranes (lei aril Hartou
3 Tho Hos.ity (by lequest) .K Novln
I (a) The Kaslo Oram Hchtcfer
(Ii) A Bong Mrs. C. 8. Hardy
j lly tho Quintet: i
(a) Clou Is
tli) W'cn do Wcithor Itilnln'..
(a) Kor All In All; (b) The
Whllo Peace Philip O. Hall
7 (a) Kitty of Colei.ilne1, (h) The -
Dream E A. P. Newcombo
8 Mo'lier o' Mine (by ' request) . .
Frank 15. Tour3
J Indian I.oto l.rlcs, by Amy
(a) The Templo Hells; (b) Loss
Than the Dust; (c) Kathm'il
Song; (ill Till I Wake.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott fc Co., San Franeisoo
Badger' Tire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
.UIIIVNMI. AUTOMATIC atfRINKLER)
Nouinan Clook Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohun Munich Firo Ins. Co.
r'HKl "iTNKrVr. Nr.Alt MERCHANT
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Thi Kind You Have Always Bought
The woik of converting Iho suction
iliedgo Thomas Into a tanker, for the
Union Oil I'c.lupan.v if San I'ranclsco,
for service on thp Pacific Coast, Is
progressing iiipldly at Cramps' ship
ynrd."h 'ts" thought he Thomas will
leave Mr Iho Pacific tho latter part
of this mouth.
WiL- . a ik
NO CHRISTMAS TRESENT SO PLEASING TO THE
RECEIVER AS A
This wonderful Foinlain Pen has twc'.ve distinct tea
tutej which plncc it a'lovc nil other pens,
Four Sizes and Prices $2,50, $3, $4 and $5
HOTrlL, NEAR FORT
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