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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 21, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 10

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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1011.
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FOUR SMALL "NEWSIES" WIN
PRIZES IN BULLETIN CONTEST
HANDY IITS
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Incnricrt liill.itinii ii imp of tlur
coiiiiiioiichI cni.rs or lin ilcicrlorii
t Ion . mid lo inflate loo iniicli Is Juki
us ImiI as to lull. lie too little
Olcr-llllhltlnU (lilt lllll) HIlllJoClH till
canvas or tin- i metope lo mi tiniicc
Mary Mniln, lint iiIfo robs the tire
of Jts ic.-dllciie Thus, when run
njng omt mi obstruction an uxor-
Illll.tlCll till', ItlKtlMll (if absorbing tin
shock, transmits tlu rnll force of tin
Jolt to tlio mtch.iulsm of llio car
Klrst Inll.ito tin- tire to Hip propci
pressure, mul then make tents ft on
time to time to assure youi'selr Ilia
the air pressure Ik up to the stnmlan
nocessarv for n tire of the sl?e ureil
when supporting Its miiNlmuni cilit
If the pressure has ileereaseil. tin
cause nuiv lie renillly iliscnu'iid
The M'lil of the valve plug may mil
lip perfectly rlp.ui, causing n Irak in
that point, or If the ruhher washer a
the base of the alve rati Is (Unplaced
the nlr will gradually escape. Then
again, If pinchers woio iikci) In tlght
rtiltiK the tnlvo imrtf, the screw
threads may lie damaged, causing a
leak.
Always Inflate tiros with air, neei
using Ran Carbonic bub will pam
through niliher thlrterti limes inoii
uulikly Ihmi air. In addition lo tin
Elight enlargement of a new tlio after
being In use for a few dns, a further
natural decrease of pressure will fol
low, ilue to the escape of oxygen In
tlio cnullnrd air. This loss sh-jtlid he
inaito up hj the Injection of more air
As this Is done the percentage of nl
tiogen will bt gradually Increased anil
the llahlllty of slow deflation will de
crease In proportion.
The Mlrhelln Tire Company of Mill
town, X. .1., puhllshes sewrnl Instruc
tion honks on correct Inflation and
ither Important sulijects. These are
lnnlleil free to motorists on reipiest
One of the most useful features of
these bonks Is an Inflation table, show
ing the correct Inflation for tires of
different slses and load capacities.
BASEBALL MANAGER
GETS FREE CHALMERS
Itrcently President Taft officiated
nt I)cner In tlio presentation of nn
nutomolillo to Manager Jack Hen
dricks of the rener baeball team
Denver Is tlio winner of the 191 1 pen-
FLORAL PARADEi
Honolulu will li:ic a dlstlnrt nov
city In Hie next Ktorul-l'atndo In the
foini nf two big mil i ftw-tnic'm In
tlio tnliM of the horse-drawn Iloals
section.
Incidental!), It will ln the '(lis'
public appearance" of Hie fit cat Ke
gram trucks that tlio City ami t'uii'ih
Is purchasing for tlio use of the Are
rtepnttment. The trucks will he liete
within a mouth and will lie Iticl out
during the winter, hut unless a fir
should reunite their presence, lhe
will lull illy ho nut utile the engine
louses until the parade.
Charles It. Crazier, chairman of tills
i vet Inn of the parade, has already tak
en up the matter with Chief Tliur
ton. and tlio chief has piunilMM th.it
tlio trucks will ho In line. The will
ho handsomely decorate I and alio in
tlio Are department Is planning the
decotatlvo foaluics,
Mr. Crazier has set Nmctnher I as
Ihc dato for his committee to start
work In Retting up Its section of the
parade. Two jears ago Mr. Crarlei
was In charge of this section, and
mado It a success that will lnng lie
rvmctnlieied. getting out a number id
Iloals that nunc than doubled tlio i co
ord nf the prexI'.MH jcar. llo has dc
foiuilncd this j ear to set anothor rec
ord, and has pissed the word out to
tlio other members of his committee
to do their loel best, and they have
piomlscd to do ho.
The horse-drawn Iloals section will
h.ic several novelties this year that
Chairman Crazier Is not jet teady
lo announce. It Is to ho nun of the
big scenic dlilslon of the parade and
Its character Is such that sonic specta
cular effects can bo ptoduccd.
JS-"Cor Hal" eirrts at nntlolln.
. ,i Si .J .; .j, .!, 'if 5 .J) i5.
limit In the Western league. Tim x ic
(ory of his tea niaroused great en
thusiasm throughout Colorado. A
public subscription was slatted to
buy a Chalmers "30" touring car for
Manager Hendricks.
l'rcsldetit Taft presented the Chal
mers before a great crowd, not only
of baseball followers, but of peoplu
who had como from all parts of Colo
rado to hear tlio l'resldetit speak In
Denxor
w -i;?$ mm I m 3
CHRS
NEWSBOYS'
MEHHfliiRIHHHKfllBIHflHBHEflMPM '
TMAS CONTEST
WINNCR8 IN DULL ETI N CONTEST.
Rcadlnn from left to right Jlro, Jcccph Altana, H. Pctcrcon, Meon.
On August II the Kvcnlnir llitl-.liiro of tlio four winners who won In
tin stalled a piper , oiling c ntrnt ' ft.lliiv.lim order Moon M; II
1 l'ntiMtfim. nil' .ti,i At.'.nm :t.d .tlio
between the small Iiojb of Its strcct- .,,
felling staff, and otfoiod four prr.es
to bo cimlendcd for by Iho little new
sies. The prlcs consisted of three
Theio Is aiiether contest on be
tween the newsies at lb" p'CMsttt tliun
that will end beforo Christ una and
suits of clothes and a pair of shoo", all of the prizes nro worth the hurdost
And tlio way tlio boys slatted out kind of work on the p-irt or the HMIe
after those prizes was a caution. Tlio
contest ended on September "7. mid
the tecord made was ciedllahto to ev
ery boy who "took a rhanco."
Accompaujlug tills atllclo Is a plc-
ncxvB merehanlB, mid tlic aic going
r.t it h.'iiuiner mid tunc-, and at tills
early date there mc im nutube,' of
Iho hoys idling up tecoids that arc
pidng to count when the end comes.
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NY little newsie who's a busy litt'e newsie is the right
little newsie to win,
But don't think that you are the only little newsie
in the contest, and that it will be " dead easy," And
don't work yourself inlo an idea you can not win one of
the prizes. Sure you can win, Corral every vote that
comes your way.
Remember that if you should not be a winner of
one of the first prizes, there are valuable prizes for the
"near winners."
THIS CONTEST CLOSES FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 22
FIVE" MAJOR PRIZES:
CONNECTICUT WOMAN
MAKES SHORT AIR FLIGHTS;
nitlDOKPOUT, Conn., Sept. 2S.
Although conditions .wore not favor-
i.hle for nlr wink this afternoon, Al.
Welsh of I).iton, Ohio, nude eight
shott lllghts, rneh tlmo carrying n
pastcnger, on the Aerodtome of the
Aero club of Connecticut al Stratford.
Those who How with lilin Included A.
Holland Corhcs, president of the club
mill Mate tcronautlcal commissioner;
(J, C. I'lentlcc, New Urltaln; I!. W.
Wilson, Waterbury: Cyril Crlmmlns
Noroton; Miss 1nilRe rreomnti, Nor
ofon; 'Miss i:, Constance Kalrclilld
New York; fl S. Uryan, Hrldgeport,
and Miss Nntalio Korbcs. Cilrfldl.
Theio was n puffy wind blowing,
tll.lf.'lltll- fltllillllfltlU R111110llllll l.7!lt
dous, mid iuiiio of the Mights wcicfor
more than tlucc or four niluuu", no
more than a hundred feet from cuttli.
All. into, (la., 'rej vtnil the proposed
new i barter pinvlillng fur a umdincd
form of coiumlsslnii nim inmi'iit Only
orte ward was carrlid (or the measure.
The people of Manila, one of thn Sa
moa!! districts under Ameilcan Juris-,
diction, Iiavo Joli'ed together to stnrt
a merchant marine
M Aiiunscltn, all.i- IMImarlnl, a
liankcr, wns airqtvd l,j the Carls po
lice, accused of forgcrj nnd the theft
of $100,000.
1st ---Round Trip to the
"Volcano or its equi
valent in cash
2nd Gold Watch or its
equivalent in cash
3rd Silver Watch or its
equivalent in cash
4th $25 Dry Goods order
5th $25 Grocery order
And a New Suit of Clothes
for every boy who
comes near to the
leaders.
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