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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, APR. 1, 1911.
CARS THAN EVER
CO SSI P
SELL MANY CARS
Iiih-ii miiiinltlf-l to (lie fliv anil Pomi
t. Superiors l.y City mid OHtlity'
l'livmclm. lliuce V. -Marknll
Dining Iho liuiiitli of Mntclr'ilii) ilo
iiartment lum cmli.'il n trillp over one
limnlroil iliirlnj;. In view u( n moie
or less rontlnuo.l kIioi-ihro nnilei
vvlilrli tlie collection of narluKo lias
lie. n conducted vvlillo opcrnted In
connection i Itli the road departmen'
the Rain In favor of the rlsht wide of
Hie ledger Is iiIciiIiir to the C'liy and
Predicted That 200,000 Cars'
win be aoiu uuniiy
I Year 1911.
I l'redlctlons .prm-cHiir tlio pioqpcel.
or Sinlns automobile bililm".. h.ivn
i liecn hoard, on nil Hides Sonic pro
FIRE CHIEF DRIVES
HUGH. CHALMERS' CAR
Windsled In New York Made
With Franklin 42-Horsc
"lihmplicmla" lx I lu: name of a
wlinlsled which linn Iiccn linllt at
S.iramic l.nke. N. Y. by thiee jonr.tt
rhe Chief William lliiruc-tt. of iW'e'i " mounted a 2-Imrio-.mvr.
ii-e. under, alr-cooie.l rinnKlin moior
Business For Week in Three
Large Garages Reported as
Arnund the. local garages the week
lias lie. 'ii of the usual order, each
of the ngoneles In town reporting a
number of wiles ot the cars they
rcirrv in mock. vuui me oiuiook lor 1 ,...n ... ...!..,.... ...
- " ' ..llllllua. .! .lll.f". il V Ilillllll'IM l.ll k. '
coinploto ik-llvery of the lltll nlliit- j wliicli unt oilglnally built for Ilughl0" " s,0,l of "B'1' "I"' lMent c,)l1"
nipnt 111 thn nnar future ChalmerH. And iheioby hangs tin mnicilivn and now have a elilrla
The ronili have been In good shape . m 1 01 ost Iii'k talc. ' I which has made 00 and 70 mill's an
for the past wrl and a nuiulier of I .u..., .. .c1r .. ti10 (..... hour ovci tlio Ire of the lake.
parties linvw mude the trip around',. I)os ii,I011 r,iure.l a Chalmeiri The piopellor Is like that of an lie-
car for Chief lluinett. While the j toplano mid U back of the sleigh. The
car wan being loaded Into n freight lee '"'' f'"' llllH '"" l,ccn ,l,u "tli
c.ir at tlio Chalmers factory sonio of '. ' ' "K -' r,lI15' expect
the biaces buddenl slipped. The an- iculbo In the neighborhood of M
touiobllo lolled fioin tlio cur and turn- nillos mi hour when cotidltlons arc
e.i turtle. It was damaged enough to I advantageous,
hold mi thn slillmimit ti count,, i.fi UP UCA of
tlio Island, besides mint) of the tour
ists going to other Islandi to try
thu.tr curs, on other than O.ilm roads, i
.Uk.iclali'd Canigc. I
Thn repairs to the building occii- j
lilcd by tlio gnrago ou the coiner of
Illshop and .Merchant streets are about
finished and within u short tluio ev
er) thing will be ship-shape for the
handling of the business of this com
During the week the new olllce
quartern were completed In tlio Kwu- '
uiaiika corner of the building and
Al.inager Howes with his olllce stuff i
weeks while a now bod was fitted
The factory wired Chief Iim not t of
the accident mid told him that ho
cuiilil not possibly have his car at the
time promised. He wired back that
If he could not have It on time he
did not want It at alt.
It happened that Jmt at that time
Incn twill It.iltttiil nlnuo ti.n t UImi.u
which fS more satisfactory than the " '"'" "'n.jMiiy ua.i co.up oi-
Hiiuiuir iypu lor .vir.
open quarters they occupied during
tlio tlino the ulteiatlons were going
Iliislnoss at tlio Associated during
the week lias been brisk, several curs
having been sold of the T911 class
mid ono order taken for 1912 car to
'be dellvnied In a few months. I
tinmo of the new models of l'lcrcc-
ArrovyH, Chalmers and Hudson cars
me uii route and In the near fiituiu
these new model", which hnvo at
tracted so much attention In thoe
those already sold, will be on exhi
bition. Yen llaiiini-Yoiing ('oinp.inj.
X. This garage icforts the sale of four
Cadillacs during the week, one of
them going to the lluieaii of Health
and the oilier to the city unit county
Ijovernment for tlio use of Engineer
Cere In Ills supervision of tlio laid
work on Oiihu.
One Stoddjrd-D.tvton was sold to
Dr. Ilobdy and tlio other cars were
nold for future delivery.
Mr. Voin llumin status that tlio now
Tackards are attracting a lot or at
tention and the 1912 models will lie
ready for delivery arter .lime.
' Scliiunaii Carriage Compaii.
The week with those agents was
nlso a good one and cui-h bundled by
thU agency took their share of tlio
business of tlio buyers during the past
F( seven days.
The 1911 l'oid runabouts carried
' by this hemic.) have been attiactlng
h considerable attention and aro spok-
. en of favorably by the admirers of a
i oil a car of a
Chalnieis. This car was Immediately
ship to Chief llurnott and ho lias
been using It ever since.
the sleigh originate!
with II. Webb Hide of Iloston and
Call l'alnier, and they, assisted by
.1. It. Jinn In of Louisville, Ky., Iiulll
the cuift. It Is 23 feet long and Is of
datable Iron throughout. Its lines aio
clean, tlio aim being to do away with
any contrivance that would Interior"
Tlio dilve shaft iiiiih from the mo
tor uiidci the seat to the propolloi
til the icar of the sled. Steering is
thiough the tear limners. As a mat
ter of fact tlio machine has two sets
and two propellers. .One
"I am safe In saving
nuiuctt recently, "iliat It makes ten; set ol runners which aio rounded nie
times the mileage of my old horse and' used when lliere Is a Him laver of
Chief, of runnels
And it Is much moio ccono-
snow on the Ice. The other runners
aio skate-llko and aro used on glary
Ice. On'o propeller, seven feet ncioss,
and with a small pitch, is used when
them Is snow. The other propeller
Is smaller and Is used when the Ice
The spilnss aro scnil-elllptlc In
Iho American built lozlcr car with i front and coll In back. The design
details of materials used and factory , eis of the sled believe tlio use of these
prices. He states that thero Is an j springs will cnablo them to inako Vt
Incieaslng tendency, to the use of lor speed on lough Ico than they could
American Motorcars In Ceiniany nndwllh a moic ilgldb constructed ma
Austiallii. especially of the better chine. When neces'sary a wind shield
grade and quality. -c,an bo placed on the sled.
As mi Indication of iho Incicnslng
InlercK In the American cars abroad,'
ono or tho Hovnl Chief Kuglneeis, of
Ilerlln, (icrmnii), has requested fronij
the I.ozlcr Motor Co. a description of.
phcls outside the Indiistrv havo seen
calamlly ahead for the motor Indus-,
try. On tho oilier lining tho lending
men of the Industry, like Charles Cllf-i
ton, Hugh Clinlineis Alfied I.. Hooves,
Ileiijamln 1 Ililscoo and others, hnve
piedlclod that tlio United Rtntos will
absorb fiom -150,000 to 200,000 motor
cars this )o.ir. '
The latter picrtlctloiiB now seoin
moio likely tliiiu those of calamity, to
be fulfilled. There Is nlrtady an In
dication Unit theio will lie a shortage
of good automobiles bcfein Bpilllg Is
It is ieporlc.1 Ijy the Chulmors Mo
tor Conipany that business Is better
this seaCon than It was In the snmo
months last season. This factory Is
winking full loico and ovcrttmo to
meet, tho shipping order schedules,
Ordeis havo been coming In sluca
.Inniiury first nt uu nveingo of 3S a
day. Quite recently this number has
gone up by leaps und bounds. Taku
Just tho last three days In Kobruary,
for example. Kcbruai) 2r Iho Clinl
ineis Company received 77 oidors. On
ibe twenty-seventh 100 cars were or-
ileiod. Tho next day saw 12S outers
In. And all of thoso arc for Imme
diate shipment. Though not coming
o lapldly as yet, ordeis for May
and Juno delivery are plentiful.
Such a condition, while naturally
giatlfylpg to a manufacturer, has a
meaning iilfo lo thoso pnitlcular buy
eis.vvho will bo satlsllcd only with
well tried Blnndnrd cms. It means
there will bo a shortngo of such cars
this )car as there was last. Tho
Chalmers company, for Instance, has
a limited output, for several months
past 'this company has been building
an avciago ot 40 cars a day, but vvl'Ji
oiders coming In at the into of 100 a
day as'thoy are now, It Is clear that
some will bo disappointed.
As a matter of fact, thoso who aro
One day vvlillo traveling at moio
than t',0 miles an hour over Ico thai
was not as smooth as It might havo
been the sled struck nn extraordinar
ily lough spot and skidded. It went
up In the air and before It touched
tho Ice again had Jumped fit) feet. The
occupants wore thrown out and ulvoa
a dlsagieeablo slide over Iho Ico but
woie othcrwlso uninjured.
A Natural Sparkling
Anti-Gout - Anti-Rheumatic
$10.00 per case of ioo bottles
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
contemplating tho purchaso of any
one of several standnrd ninkos or cars
would do well to place their ordem
soon, according to information from
rollablo sources. For there Is every
Indication that the picdlctlon of Mr
Clialmois and others will be fiilflllo.l
nml that .atiotlicr )ear will nee tho
United Stntes crying for moio auto
mobiles than the manufacturers of
worlh-whllo cars can build.
Kgypt's 7r.0,000,000-pnund cotton crop
nf into Is u record breaker, exceeding
even the big crop of 1907.
POWER OF HUMAN EYE
PUTS LION TO FLIGHT
SAN JOSK, March IE. Courage
and tho "povvir of tho human eye"
saved Walter Sargent, n piosporuus
rancher In tho Itedwood district, near
Ollroy, when ho was confioiited by a
hungry mountain Hon last evening.
S.irgcnt was dilvlng a herd of cows
lo his homo In the foot-hills when ho
noticed the big cat stalking him, An
It ciouchcd for a spring Sargent turn
ed unit fixed tho beast with his eye.
Man ami Hon romalned.Ms: Immovable
as statues rnr a few seconds and then
Iho animal turned and trotted away.
Soveial laiichers hunted It iinsiic
ccisfullv todav ami will piobably con
tinue tho quest tniiiornivv with a pack.
1. iya..2nnrl 3 TONS - 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAU0N CO
875 South, Near King Street
They Do $50 000 Damage to
Property in Honolulu Yearly
Are Serious Menace to
CADILLAC IS WINNER IN
FTW0 GREULLING CONTESTS
; Compel lug against cafs of their
,.. ..,, h..... l"'VI, VU.I1II4U Lilrl
have recently won Ijonor for tliem
eoIvcs In a lcllablllty run und In a
Acting as pacemaker 'tlnoiighoiit,
and as pilot car moio than half the
tlino a Cadillac dilven by C.cnrgo Do
,Vllt won tho only perfect scoio In
tho lccent Houston (Tox.) five dny
; reliability inn. Tho louto coveied
fSOO miles, and lay fiom Houston lo
llrenham Austin, San Antonio, Iloo
vlllo. Cm pus Clulatl. Cueio. Vlctoila
,'nnil back to Houston. -Many of tho
cars canio to grief In tho sand or Iho
Texas roads. The Cadillac maintain
ed a schodulo nt 20 miles an hour.
This i uu, by tho way, was tho 111 si
reliability couiesl hold In Texas un
der tho hnuctloii and Miles of tho
Atucilcan Automobile Association.
,Tho winning Cadillac was u 1911 tour
ing car, carried tho rofreo and ono
oilier pashongei hi addition to tho
driver, and complete turning equip
Another Cadillac lau a remarkable
rnro In tho llakcisllcld-Fiesno ami 10-
t in 11 mad raco In California, Tim dls-
tfliuo aiouiid the clicult was uppioxl
maloly 2.10 miles, which tho Cadillac
iiptelo.l In 7 hours, 10 minutes, IVi
ccouiIh; or at ail average speed of ,'12
miles per hour. Tho cur met with
ono accident, when It went Into u
allow ditch. It was back on thu
road again in four minute, nild com
clod the race moio than an luiiir
Ibeltuo Iho second car reached tho
IS MAKING MONEY
Tli, i g.irbauu donuiliiicnt which Is
B'"' "now sepaiale.l from tlio Honolulu
Itoad Depart meiil Ipis been operated
'during tho month of Maich aL a pro
accuidlnu to tlio Hemes that havo
Antliorllles A III Vage AVur Against
Itals ami .Mice ami All I'llUeiis
Should .lulu In the Work of
i:lerniliialiug These I'ests.
Hats do jr.0,000 damage every year
to goods In Honolulu wholesale, and
retail houses. It Is estimated.
Their ravages la tho Jobbing
houses wore vorse In 1010 than
.ever boforc, and many of the
hoiiars started tU year by
i.rlAA MTirtl tOXM t Xh lMf MM ml
SlMroC BlMtrta Ht ua but
tli ool rtlUtU itrmlikMlT for
In tit Uulu4 siiih UmUi.J ui ar
mAnjr, th rAt nnuttlr diutc prtpmtf
to tb tittnt ot DIO.OOO.OM. Jlr Jnn
Crlabton-Brown. pmldnt of ft rvrvntl
formd lnttrr.Atlonal ualon of e'rmlfi or
SmaliAlltaa orfclnv toathr for lh
ttrmlaatlon c rati, dr-clarta that trtrr
rat ta tht United oiatea coata it tlOMaa
at laait two canla a dar for Ul tard.
1 And ttiara ara mllllona ot ratal earn fa
mala Inoraailnt Vh rat ptpalatlan anaao
Bftr ar ior a yaar. . '
Tha. rat. la auroaU Inairr, a4 Is tk
.rarava boma, Vara ar atara. ba rnfltau
aarWoa aopartr damara t a abort Uaa.
Vbtli vttb tha farmar, tln tntpa ara
daatrofad. poBllnr bayraa ir.ada laattala
Rat and.Roaeli Paste
atararatBi atatatatjaiiia.iji wtr
A Mo box af Staarna' Klactrlo Past will hill off alt tba raU aatf
'Bio In a houaa In a alnela nlgnt
WATER OUQ3, COOKROACHES, DED DUGS
and other Timln arcqutckly Ullctl by Stearna' Kl.ctrlo l'aito. Verreaoy to nj.
nillnRIITPP 1'"" uun'r.olU ' r.lui.J'il If KUarEUrtrla Hal aai llVi l"'ji
UUArlHHmi aoa..nlallllintllniilfrlt. -
2 oz. box 20oj to ot. box JI.OO.
f.:,,:.riy5i"ro?;..V,.rf";,i Mearns' Electric Paste Co Chlcaso, III.
H Departments of public health everywhere are
thoroughly familiar with the methods adopted by the
authorities in San Francisco in their crusade against rats,
and most earnestly request that all citizens should join
in the general destruction of rats, using any and all
methods that will produce the best resuits, including
Stearns' Electric Rat and -Roach Paste. It was used
successfully in San Francisco, the authorities there buy
ing many thousands of pounds.
,- .j it.
,ii hd Titbit rnlnfttL It U n
won4r that titttrM KUctrio .'.'.
Ah a, lavrv
a Itilai aaiiMla failaaWai
vt -Lvv zTir-"v;- :i. i- .
riillUlli aV a !
th Itl td COl
Ifcr an 4 ravHIr IngrfAilny mIi
.ur.r-.aai Wavt PKTildlr. 11
lGn that 1 alt othr ' p-io nd
rnr.lotvtort tombtTiM, for ft t r.lt
upon to act qulglilr. asUVig la rtdnU
out of tb bc- to ).
oi th aeUnttiti wLo
A a itrtn-carTUr anq a oonq.ii.t
tnnao la aaj
ana U a
r dlreetlDV thl
world-wtd war aiit.ait lb ro4nt. for tlio
flsttructlon of pvot-t'ir rlir ih ltti4t
I VQO nanr iiaiguaai4 rtini, uw im.
' ana soniiuii
U llrvtv and UrtUai,
Tttt orta b
out (qi for iprdliic
aiMi atrraa, tci
MttttUIr .!'. ' TOMBf l)f
inI tarriDi &. . iricdincki
tarotifs id pmo i inw pn.
) bit 114 WaVJTa
SlOO ftD5 M tllvC!
thai tha pttiutoca
waj amir ibrvuH tn rlont-
Urrlbl &Taaaa. trlcttnct,
thranah tba Huh at lh ala.
drtad buVanto v1,lYV ' y. br tha
uiSoft tb rodant Ut Pr.
iata in tan rranclaca
i vu avtotaA from tria
OoiiBUy. "What Ba Franaueo haa dona
otbar tltlM ian aivi anouU do," aaya l)r.
Blua. Tha rcdant population muit ba at
laokaii! now If w woi.1.3 raDUlia tha 1n
radar whloh Svalbaih" U darieaaa ana
airlltttb at paoadar." m
It la only vy action and paralatant afforta
In tba war on rata that adaquata rmulta
caa ba pbtalnad. Oar local and btata
boarda of h-altb ara maklnv aytttmatta
atTorta to rtc: thalr axtlrratlun, .!
Yfry buithold ahould ylva Ita peraonal
aid ta laaavnlnr tha numbar ol thli
daitroctlva and danvaroui animal, Tha
rat-proof conitrucilon of balldtnga and tba
o.fiiii) 4T.iavitia -rai anu nunri
is the only guaranteed exterminator of these pests
your money back if. it fails. Drives rats and mice out
of doors to die. It .is ready for use and does not have
to be mixed with other things. .All good citizens should
co-operate with the B.oard of Health in their, war upon
rats and help exterminate them with Stearns' "Electric
Rat and Roach Paste.
win rs tar lowtru iiunni pud
RftVAral batarlal atmurai for lha
axtormlnaijoji of rata and mica bava bata
, that can ba bouabt
will rr far towarJ ai
tavarai Danianai cutiuraa zor ina
inrlmcnlad with, but thar aneaar
poiaraa no adiantata OTar tha atandard
itarmlnaiora, 6taarna' Eltctrlo !'(
yho coit If much Uaa and whoia rtaln
j f 'mm? yy .fw.aL.fLaui
2 oz. Box 25c, 16 ox. Box $1,00
AJl Druggist or sent o.prcs prepaW on recelpi of price.
Stearns' Electdc Paste Co.
" ...... QkBsaotJSt....
frttf&P'jt li CockroachoB by tho Manful I 1
fcu3' & I any Momlnjf, It the Night I
f Baforo You Uso f
1 Stearns' Eieclrio Rat and Roach Pasii I
B Tosrawvejbaoklt lt(alltaextrniln.tsUookroh.f.lltUiii, Watar Data, (r. I
Itls aura itratu is IUts and Mica, drirlDf tUem out ot tloor lo dla,
y a oz. box, 2D Oents 10 oi box SI.OO.
1 ggti!,,,nt,V.t'rriC. Steams' Electric Paste Co., Chlcag), E