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nVIJNINO IIUU.UTIN. IIUN'OI.UM'. T II
SATPMIAY, NOV 20, 1910.
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TO THE PUBLIC Wc wish at this time to express our appreciation to
ttic Island publ'c for the confidence reposed in ns, as manifested by the
large number of purchases of the motor cars wc deal in. Altogether in the
past we have handled some ten different makes of cars; wc now handle
only three. ,. .
There is a reason for this.
To handle any new make that was produced sccnicd to us too much like
"trying it on the dog" with the public as the Dog.
Our policy was to study the situation carefully, gauge local conditions
and then consult the best automobile authorities in America with the
result that wc represent today
The Pierce Arrow
(All Licensed Under Scldcn Patent)
These three great makes represent a combination of best practice in
automobile construction, witii the widest choice of body types and prices.
The manufacturers of these three great makes arc the leaders in the in
dustry. By handling only these three great makes wc can do justice both to the
public and the manufacturers.
There are from five to eight thousand different parts in an automobile
multiply this by ten, and the number is enormous. Few dealers if any
could keep even the necessary parts of ten makes to provide against inev
itable accident, but with three it is different.
Wc wish our name to be synonymous witii the
GOOD AUTO SUNDRIES AND GOOD SERVICE.
Faithfully yours, ,
Associated Garage, Ltd.
WILL BE LARGER
A Number of Destroyers
Larger Tonnage Will Also
"inTHE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
01 J- PARLOR is the latest move in the
undertaking line, where families can be
WASHI.W.TO.N. U. C. .uv. fi.- rrrmmrAo A , it-U cl! Ji-J..'
I'lana for hither battleships will, ikwuuuimauvi vim oittpiiig ijuai IXia,UUlUJg
kitchen and bathrcom. Call and in-
heavier armor will ho iirebentcd to
Congress iliirliiR tlio forthcoming ses
sion by Secretary of tlio Navy Jlcjer
when tlio question of tlio naval build
ing proKiam is taken up for consider
ation. Naval expeits liavo practically
-i. agrai-tl mat the new type of slilp, or
whu.li Lonmcus "IN bu nulled lo ini
tliorlze the uiilldlnis of two, will be
larger and hcalcr than the Si.mm ton
ships now under constiuctlon. The
tonnrign limit will he Incie.ised to at
least -'S.OOO und piobably 29,uuu when '
the plans aio matured.
Tlio naval general board has not jet I
absolutely decided whether the In
crease in weight shall bo dutuU-d lo
nioro guns or heavier minor, but the
Ei, iieruiiiuK opinion beeuiH io lavor
f& hcavlor armor. I
;In tho casu of the latter the new '
ships wilt have only 10 guns, but these
will bo II Inch typo, which has hut,
recently dovelopcd by tlio ordnance
department of the mivy. With the I
heavier armor tho ships will bo able
to como Into closer battle range-, J
thereby Increasing their uffoctliciiPas
tlio building luogram will probably
include sot era! destroyer, lyid , quo
additional ship, either an 'unmii'iliitlo'n,
rupulr, supply or hospital bUIjiv A.
Am Important change lu.tfin lAJlld
Ing plans, as outlined In 'thqfWfttivo
proginm, will be cnlnrgeluent of the
dostioycrs to 1000 tons. Tho largest
now afloat In the United States navy
uro 7G0 tons.
This means that tlio larger giey
hounds of tho navy, tho scout destroy
ers, will become till obsolete class,
their places being taken by tho new
destroyors. This is a decided Inno
vation In naval construction.
HAVE YOU A COUGH, OR COLD?
It, bo, tako ut onto Allen's Lung Hal
bam mid watch icsiilts Simple, salo.
effective. All dealeis. Popular
prices inc. 60c mid $1.00 hoi lies.
Jf a woman Isn't ashamed to wear
her old clothes It's a slen that xlm u
34 Chaplain Lane.
E, Silva's Embalming Boom is the best: in fact, the onlv one
of Jts kind in this city and county wJh modern ideas pertaining to the
care of the 'dead. '
OUR PHONE NUMBERS:
Assistant Undertaker and Embalmcr.
..Jacob Ordciutcin, Phone 2100
M. E. SILVA
34 Chaplain Lane, Opposite Catholio Sisters
:iks' Auto. Ciidllliii' In Man. Hunt.
dairy Herrmann went to Detroit I'rum (Hole, Arizona, t'lilnn the de
act Jul and was elected grand ex- tails of nil exciting chase after iwti
Itcd ruler of the Klks lij acclama- nllegeJ murderers, and their capture,
Ion. Ills t'lin lanntl lodge enptmed which n Cudlllac Thirty was largely
he lest of the jliiry ut the big Hlks Iriuitiiui'iitiil In effecting,
otivciilloii by wHiiiIiik the Hudson ''t lonrly "R tntloii In tho
H,, .. rr,.,,.,i m the Indee WI.Ho .Mountains two men wtrc slain
.hose ladles made the liiuiuVomcst '' "'". '" ''" "'" '""J w
ippearalico In tlie Klks- pageant. Tho
udges were uiiiiiilinuiiH In iiwnidluR
Ham It. Kteuait were ntoufcd. As
soon as word reached the sheriff at
(llobc, two days later, tho pursuit was
Evening Bulletin 75c Per Month
ail rl ... . . ,. IIUUl' Ht lliljn ItlLVlf
no iiiihoh io uu y c- .......... bpsmi( mmil of ,)l0 lnfl ClulhlB
..- t-K.ui.iu. i. c.t ,-........... ..... . ncr)M trl(.kl01(, w,19t0 c01lnlry. A
o win the car than a new one would ttepk ,al(,r t Wjs ,01.mmitPj hy tll0
opt. he having outlltte.l the Clncln- rMl ()f thc Ilcc,,., mc ,lt ,duin
'"tl women with white gowns, luit,nnu ,, t1(. I0m, 1Hp ,,r tu. rar t
uriikolv, glow-., etc., and paid ex-, (i0l, wag negitti.
ess bnggago on seventy hlg trunks
u which to lianspoit the legalla
rom Cincinnati, (lurry felt repaid
'lieu he heard the Judges' decision,
tut now he bus another cnut.e for
clebiatlon. Ills lodgo laffted thc
ar oft mid netted SS.UOO on n ma
lilno which sells for only a little
noro than one third of that sum.
To make the story good (lurry held
he winning thUct mi the car.
JIL'SKKtlON. Mich., Nov. 10.
)nc of thu most unliiuo iiutnmohllo
tclduiits known In these parts prov.
'd a gicat tesiltnoiilal to the Hudson
oadstcr of whl h Muskegon boasts
evcral. Two of the foremen of the
'ontliicntal .Motor Manufacturing
'o., driving between Hi and SO miles
ii hour Into at night, failed to no-
Ice a ii.irrowliig in the road after
labslng it side street, and brought
ip with terrible fono agalntt u tcl-
phono pole. They were hurled mil
if the car with great force. Although
inilly shaken up, they are recover
Tho car hit the pole squarely and
ut the ten -Inch piece of timber In
'wain. The pole was burled eight
ect in tho ground, but tho part left
n tho ground was shoved out of
iliu-o threo feet mid tore up thrco
ectlons of the cement sldowalk.
Not a leaf of either of tho springs
if the inai-lilno was broken. Kven
the right-hand sprlnghook was not
(ractuicd. i:pcrts heie who view
ed tho wreck pronounced It one of
the most notable cxainp'lcs of what
in automobile tould endure that
vcr was brought to their attention.
When the news of tho crime icacti-
ed (.lobe, the sheriff at once requis
itioned the Cadillac car owned by u
business man of the town and headed
for tl.c stage station. I'tolii there tho
trail led north, and the automobile
set out on a chase that' was to total
seven hundred miles befoio It ended.
At times tho car followed tho rough
pony trail; again it stiuck out across
the country, tho party keeping to tho
general direction us best It could.
For Instance, fioni Cooley's ranch
to Concho, the car traversed tho forty
miles across the desert. At Concho,
the people declined to believe that the
car laid done thc feat, declining It Im
possible. The sheriff's puity was told
that tho country between Concho and
St. John's, fifteen mites away, was
Impassable. Nevertheless, the trip
was made without mishap, and again
at St. John's the pcoplo refused to be
lieve that the car had traversed a route
which, they said, could not bo trav
eled by a team uf horses and u wagon.
It was through this suit of country
that the Cadillac was sent for u week,
frcquentl doubling on Its own trait,
as fresh now,8 wild received of the
waeieaoouis 01 me nigiiives.
When the car returned to Globe
with the prisoners, it bora mute evi
dence to the severity of tho seven
hundred miles and desert roads never
befoio traveled by an automobile.
I'alnt and varnish had been, burned
off the body by the desert sun; tho
tires were stuffed with rags; the
lubricating cups weie filled with
melted lard ur sewing machine oil;
but the englno wu3 1 milling smoothly
and seieuely. Tho condition of the
men was similar to that of thu car.
Their faces were burned almost
black; they wcio covered with dust
and gicase and grime; their nights
had been spent sleeping In tho open
or driving the cur over some unknown
Among motorists the thlitecn sup-
ers'ltlun Ih very btiong. Somo yeard
ago a competitor In the Islo of Man
motor nice i id used to tako this num
ber, and Insisted on dilvlng as No.
12n. He stated that when his firm
began to build cms tlio thlrtccn'li kill
ed Its puichiihcr and Ave others on Its
Hist i mi. "l-'or mo " ho added, "No. 13
has been especially fatal. Ill tho I'arls
llcilln i are I was on No, 13, which
was Hist until about ten miles from
Berlin, when a connecting tod bioko
and our chanco was destroyed. Thciu
was also tlio I'ailb-Ilordcaux uiea,
when another No, 13, anil a gicat fav
orito at the start, capsUcd mid smash.
ed thlitecn miles fiom lloideaux, And
In a l cecal hill-rlimhlng contest Count
KhoinwsM and Ills mechanician wcio
killed on No. 13."
Tho siipeistltlou Is not universal
however. Or. Nanscii can afford to
laugh nt It. Tho eiow of tho Kriim
on its memorable, ninth pole cxpedl
Hon ((insisted of Ihlttowi men. who
lifter an absenco of Ihteo years, all
l etui nod to (heir homes In perfect
health despl'o tho tlluls they Irnl
gone thiough. Tin n on Dec. 13, 1S8.1
tho doctor records tho blith of ti in
ter of pups. "Theio wore thirteen
n curious coincidence thlitecn pups
for thlitecn men "
rurther, Dr. Kuiihcii anlvul at Var
do, In Norway, on Aug. 13, IS'ji; mid
on tho sclf-siinio day tlio I'uiiii einorg
ed from Iit long diirt In thu leu Into
tlio open hen.
for Infants and Children
Don't Poisonv Baby.
FORTY YIjAKS A nlmosl every mother Uimiglil Ins!' child muni have
linrcgorlo or laudanum to niaho it Bleep. Tbeso drugx will pmducn ulrep,
and n Tow tlrin liininniijr will jirodiico tho slcc from, which iliero l
lid U'ltltlli. Ilany uro tho children who liavo been killed tar whoso health hnr,
been ruined forlifo by paregoric, laudanum and niorphlnf, .each of wlikh Is a
narcotli product of opium. Druggists nro prohibited from nclling cither of tho
narrolh's named to children nt nil, ot to anybody without labeling- them
"poison." Tlio definition of "natvotlo" Is: " A. medicine which rclievca jxiu
ncIjiro(Iucfif';i but which in jxtimtima doxra jvrodncc tlujwr, coma, convnU
tions and death." Tho taste and siiieil of nir Jiclnt-i containing opium urn dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops, ' " Coudlals," "Soothing Hy nips."
etc. You should not por.n't any inodlclno to bo given to your children withoiil
youoryourphysklau know of what it is composed. C'ttstorhi docs not con
The l? , jZfrfZ-Z. KiiiiriuilccBriiullio
liciiat uro of yAxtSeyjr'-&&44 Onstorlu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
'IbftTO frfquertly iirtrtlt-1 Cntlnrla for cwci-
inoa tluucuu of cktMr n w .Ui psrl rcnlM."
W. A. Cmsuil-u M. I).,
KuCitu, K. Y.
"A tlio fnth.rnf thlrlt'cii cl.l'ilrrn I rrrUlnty
Lim ..nnr.liln .Imllt vrmr ffi fit tlUfttrlrifl Qtltl.
Alile from my mui fjm't niHr'.i.cr, I liavr. In
m imn .if iiMctlrp. fmiiiil Caalmift A tronular Allit
clUdcDt rcumly lu alinoet otery liume "
Wj, j. JUUnm.s, M. p.,
OniAt t, Krb.
'I Siu! your CwlorU Ia ttrr beneficial In tin
trcAtmtnt (.t cLliilna'a All menu."
Y. Djitii, jr. II ,'
MI olijrft to what ro rAllru jiAtnt mnllelntti,
tvlirro miL r Alnno knov a wtiAt Unit It pill til Itiem,
but I know tlio f.irmutA of your C'AHtn,lA An I Aittlift
Htifolniniiv.rtAi.tA. IJudf;eltlitlMiA Ttry nit
ful, M uell At harmltu fAiull medicine.'
N. II. Hizcr, M. t) ,
Utwklr-i, . T.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
in Use For Over 30 Years.
lells Five Cars.
It Is piobable that no quicker
ales uf automobiles have ever, been
undo fiom demonstrations than ro.
uorted to thc Cudlllac Motor Car
company by V. S. Dennett, Its Lon
don (ling.) dealer.
As soon as Mr. Dennett had un
'i.icl.ed his 1911 sample car, he bo
;.in making demonstrations and sold
live inrs to the first live peisons
who had demonstrations.
It will bo lcmcmboicd that It was
Mr. Dennett who had the famous
Cadillac standardization test ton
lucted for tho bciielU of tho lloynl
Vutomobllc Club of Kngtaiid, which
resulted 111 thu award of the Downr
trophy to the Cadillac.
In this test thrco Cadillac inrs
were torn down lu the presence of
t'li iclub's technc.il experts, the
jails .list together lu a blngle heap,
mil ne three cars built up again,
riicn they were driven to tho Drook-
ands ti.uk, and made SOU miles
iiound the course, eacli car running
icrfcctty No car had ever befoio
K'cii submitted to such u test, and
ho Hoyal Automobllo Cluh cousld
red It so remarkable that at the
mil of tho year, the Dcwar trophy
-viis voted to tne Cadillac,
Mayor Buys Bamblcr.
.Major Fred llussc of Chicago wau
'lie or the busiest men In the United
itatcH on election day, but he took
line to buy an automobile at, well
is lo vole.
The Maor hub jmichased ono of sjx Ilrltish l-I.SOii-toii b,ittislilps
'ho big Itaiiihler Sixty -l-'our touring Itoynl Hovnielgn, lininlllleH, llepulhe,
ars iiiilpied with a turning ctir.ltoyal Oak, Resolution und t-hiipniis
loilj und ulto it spu lal llinousliio of India, which cost nearly $30,000,(100
jodv. between 1 Sim anil 183 1 uro to
The Humbler has beon largely used "snapped"
)i tl0 heads of the municipal de-j" " . .SSS
i.iitnieiiis or tne city aim mo .May
or lequlied In the car for his own
privato uso the same quality uf ser
vice as t li ji t demaiiilcd by tho city,
Major Ilusso will dilve tho Ham
blcr himself, '
MHMVK ( V- -V
Hill flmrayfljKffSKf V
A Smart sVxv'
Urtss Model sWv)
X TE. HAVE a number of tmsrt Jrcss models in
W Regal Shoes. They're bound to win the
approval of the best-dressed men in town.
And the (it of these Regal dress models is just as
Dcat as their appearance.
arc always built after thc latest, exclusive custom
styles and always fit like made-to-measure shoes,
because they are made in quarlcr-sizet.
Your dress shoes should be absolutely cprrect
that s why you need Kcgals.
Regal Shoe Store,
King & Bethel St
Orders Auto by Phone, I
l-'ruuk K. Fanning, of tlio Phila
delphia Thomas agency, had a novel
evperlemo a few dnjs ago when
Alva 11. Johnson, viio-piesldent mid
trcnMiicr of the Daldwlii l.oiomo
tlo Works, pin chased an expensive
Tlioimia llinousliio over tho tele
phone. The call came unexpectedly
and the tiaiisaitiou was completed
so suddenly that It almost took Mr.
h'.ilinlng's breath. The nuirlillie Is
one of the n-10 Thomas i hat-sis. It
la painted In the new shade of green
and Is upholHlcied In, an Imported
Ailraple. mto and effective treitment
for broitctilnl troublen, Rilatnir drues,
Vaporized Cretolcneitop (he paroxysm
ot Whooping Cough and rcllevm Croup at
once. It U a boon to itilTercra (rom
Atthtna, The air rendered ttrocirlr anil
aeptlc tiup.red with every breath make
breathlns easy, aoothen the fcoro throat
and itopa the couch, amurlnir retful
nlirhts. Htii InvAluiible to mo;f.ers with
bend poital for descriptive booklet
eptlc 'Ihroat 'I ab
leu (or the Irritated
tliroat. They are
simple, effective and
antiseptic, ()( jour
drutrsUt or (rom hi
10c, la stamps,
Phone for a Messenger Boy. Wc deliver
everything. Special rales for delivering
Xmas Goods. Agents Alexander Young
J. A. MAN,
Shipping and Commission
Agent for ,
Arthur Sowall & Co., Batlx, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher CJoj
General Fire Extinguisher, Co. J
COHINNELL AUTOMATIC HFRINKLER) tj" $
Neuiaan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
SI a Year
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