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is a mighty solid basis for the
phenomenal sale of this car.
It has been the subject 'of
;morc favorable comment from
those who know every point of
a car, than any other model on
uu ;, :!.' .
The whole world knows 'and
all the world is talking -about ;
the E-M-F Company -and Its
There must be a reason and
it must be a good one.
$ 1 000.00 o. b. Fac ry
POWER - DURABILITY - ELEGANCE - COMFORT
F LANDERS 0"
$70000 f.o.T). Factory,
Both these cars are absolutely guaranteed for one year against breakage of parts. Equipment includes Magneto, Side, Tail arid Head Lights, tools, Horn.
This week has been u busy our
with tlio von Hamm-Young Company,
delivering tlio largo number ot Cad-'
lllncJCira wlilcli arrived on tlio last
Hlcijra. livery ona of tlio owners ot
tho'new Cadillacs la very enthusias
tic cj?er Ills new tar, and It would
bo pretty hard to persuade apvoiio of
themtto oxchnngo their, J2000Cad
111 icSlor it J3000 enr even.
ToVtho list of Cadillac purchasers
glvoWciut last week by the von
llnijjjfi-Younf; Company there nro tlio
following additions this week. A
CndllHw touriiiK tar was shipped on
tlio'Miimia Kca to tho tho Volcano
Stamps and Transportation Co. for
Ocorgo I.ycur&ua, who Intends to uso
thlsi.ir In connection with Ills ever
lucienslng hotel business In llllo,
Another Cadillac a beautiful tour
ing fear, arrived this week for Cap
taliftjVllbur of l'ort Ituger. Cap
tulii 'Wilbur Is vory much pleased
wlthknls now car and pan not prafso
It lolhlghly. This Is but obo more
liihtnUco where, nu army officer has
iirqufred n Cadillac, wlilcli Is bocom
IngKo goucral favorlto In tho var.
lousrmy branches ull over the
Kvcritt car Is Retting to bo ono of
the biggest favorites of medium-1
priced cars on tho mainland. II. 0.
Hnrrlcon, tho Coast distributor, has
more than a hundred orders for 12v-j
erltts on back-order and can not get.
tarn enough to meet tho demand, a'
rcpoit from Pittsburg on tho Uvcr-
Itt Is as follows:
"Tho Uvcrltt 30, owned and driv
en by Mr. Clinton II. Koutz, on Oc
tober It, 1910, broko all records
from Pittsburg to 11 iltlnioro, mak
ing tho run of 24G miles, coloring
150 miles of tho Alloghany nnd llluo
Hldgo Mountains, In 11 hours and
31 minutes. Tho first tlilrty-olght
miles worn driven In n denso fog, but
In eplto of this tho tlmo from Pitta,
burg to Bedford, via Mgnnlor, v. as
nnl 5 houia and 12 mtntitcs. The
tlmo was taken from tho Automo
l)lle Club of rlttsburg to the Auto-
mobllo Club ot llultlmore."
Another CadllUo which. arrhed by
IhofClilna a, touring enr Is for P.
C .tones This car Is fitted up with
all vthef latoit ac'cssorles, specially
) pltlffij out b Mr. loncs when he
t wanlTn tho Hast. And It makes tt
vciyercdltublo addition to tho long
llEtjJf Cadillacs owned in tuts city
Thfl von Hamm-Young Company
delivered on Maul this week ono of
tnej!1no Htcvens-uurjea Aiouei u
tourjng cars, which went to Mr.
I'antom. Another beautiful Modb
X tevoii-nuMongor Stovens-Durjea
has 'Keen sold to a local prominent
Imtdnefrs man who does not wish to
havo his name mentioned until aft
Tho von Hamm-Young Company Is
anxlousl awaiting tho arrival of n
number of 1911 Packard cars of vn
rlous types, which arc now on tho
way rrom tho fattory. Among tho
purchasers of theso cars nro Ucorgo
I. llrown.who has ordered n beau
tiful 304 phaeton; Mrs. Ooorgo It.
Carter, vIlPL"8 ordered one of thy
Etjllali 18 runabouts with tho fore
door bod; 1 M, Snnnzy, who hua
also ordorcd ono of tho 30 phaetons,
and several others.
The Overland Is proving as pnpu
lar as over. Tho beautiful little
Overland with torpedo body pur
chased by Dr. Ilcdemanu from tho
on Hamm-Young Company has cre
ated a great deal of attention, nnd
another of the prominent local ph
elcians .Is seriously considering pur
chasing a duplicate of tho car driv
en by Dr. Hedemann.
C. J. Schoonlng of tho on llanim
Young Company reports tho salo of
an Ovoilnnd deuil-toiiueau to u prom
inent man on Maul. 'Ihls bclngju
Christmas gift, 'the namo of tho pur
chaser Is being withheld for the
Tho showing inado by tho largo
number it Packards In and about
Honolulu has been so phenomenal
that there Is no high-class car talk
ed of as much na tho Packard. It
only bears out tho cxporlcnco which
for years has been had lis agents on
tho mainland, who nil agrco that of
all tho llnh-class American cars the
Puckard'Js by far tho greatest favor
ite, showing ug It docs tho uulntc
eenco of what Is tho highest art of
automobllo manufacture), In America,
Miss Helen Wilder, ono of Hono
lulu's prominent society ladles, ar
rived on tho Lurl(ue bringing with
tier an Overlaid deinl.tonncau.
Tho latest Overland balo made this
week b) the von Hamm-Young Com'
panj Is ono of tho fine double-seated
ronfistor to. JudgokWyJ,; VMtney,
1', 13. Howes of tho von Hamm
Young Compwly left for Hawaii this
week to deliver tlicio ono ot tho
Pope-Hartford touring cars.
Another 'order booked by tho von
Hainm-YbujiR Compsn this week l
for n beautiful 1SU Popo.Hartford,
with doml tounenu body, for Dr. Al
ford C. Wall, This order was spo-
tally tabled so as to get deliver) as
earlysjrjKwslhlo and to us to have
this ta'r Included In u carload of
Popo-Hnrtfnrds sold to soveral oth
er prominent Honolulu people.
On tho I.urllne tho Associated On
rago received threo 1911 Hudson
roadttcrsvrvJ)lcli nro extremely classy
cars. Tho flow' maihlnu has several
ronncnichts4 In dc3lgu over tho 1910
model, has nu nVunluum footboard
and lSJnch steering wheel, tho lat
ter maklng'tho steering very casj.
learn to cook
FOR JAPAN ''
Kawachi of Dreadnought Type
Launched in October.
Tho launching of tho giant Inttlo-
iblp Kaivachi lit Ynkotukn jard, Ja
pan, In October, marks u further lm
IMirtunt step in Jupau's recent prog
ress In warship construction. Tho
keel of tho Kavviiihl was laid down
only In'A'prll last; and thus in tlio
brief iip'ico of tomo elx months tho
new leviathan of war ctldca Into tho
deep ready to receive her machinery II
and armament. Bu h expedition mid
efficiency, considering tho size ot the
ship, nro hardly to ho outdono b tho
grenfynrds of lluropo and America.
Tho Kawachi Is a tlrst-class battle
ship of tho 'dreadnought typo, but
with perpendicular bow, tho rum ho-.
Ing conspicuous lii its nbsenco, us In I
tho case of Japan's last big ship, tho
Satsuma, Tho Kawachi Is a lighting'
monster ot 20,800 tons; length C2C
feet, wfdth 81 feet, depth 41 feet. I
und draught 27 feet. Her engines!
nro to bo or tho Curtis turbine type,
und will have u horsepower of 2S.000,
tho speed to bo twenty knots. IHr
protection will bo a broa'dsldo of ar
mor twcvo Inches thick, and sho Is
to carry an n.rmumcnt of twelve 12
Inch guns, te'n C-ln h, eight 1-Inch
and ten 3 inch guns Tho ship will
bo provided with six searchlights and
havo Jlvo torpedo tubes. Tho boilers
are', what Is known us the Mtynbara
niake, nnd she has doublo iiropeler3
The total tost Is said to ho In tho
lclnll) ot 18.8G0.O00 cn (9,t7r
000) Ot course, most of tho mate
rial for her toiitti uulon was import
ed, chiefly from Great llrltnln, but
sho Is the dcblgn t' Japanese naval
architect, und was wholly built bj
Japanese workmen Tho Kawachi
murks tho grentest feat jet achieved
by Jnpin In the wa of warship con-1
stiirtlon, being some 2000 tons largi
er than tho Satsuma, and in ovcry
way up to the ialest models 6f Euro
pean construction, upon wlitch Japan
keeps a (.lore and continuous cje Tho
Knvvaihi was built ut tho Yokosukn
liavj )urd us was also tho Satsuma
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8v t &y
6-Cylinder Model AA,
The guiding principle in Stcvcns-Duryca design is to incor
porate such features only which 'may be justified by soilnB
rcasbhing Each major ahd minor cdnstrucMve feature jus- ,
tifies its existence From 1891 until'today,aspanof over 20
years, each advance has
ESTABLISHED A STANDARD
By its own bartitiiilar merit, the Mddcl "AA" is'rccbghizcd as
intrinsically the best purchase for 1911.
A CRUCIAL TEST OF COMPARISON SUSTAINS
Motor: (i-rjlliidrr Hi-ln. Kerr, 494
Tins: :IC-Iii.xl!ilii. front und rear.
Ku 1 1 lliiallus; 'type rear axle. licit
drlu n fan.
Timing g nrs openitlug In oil.
riiilnieul laimps, PrMlo.0.tM
Tniik, Contlnrntiil DrmonnUble Bhaa
(Olllwrt Type) Tire Iroat, 8keek'Ab
sorbers on rrur.
Price M-loo .Standard or For-48
jonnng hoot, ,
'lop nltli slip ruicr, IIW,
1 he von I lamm- ji oun
. r uj
jir,i MuB Chicopee Falls, Mass.
It 'VM V Licensed Undpr Sedcn Patent,