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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1911.
THE "AMERICAN" CAR
Under slung 1912 Models "A Car for the discriminating- few
The Most Widely
Tho advantages of tlio un
dcrslung construction may
be summed up as follows!
FIRST An absolutely
straight lino drive.
3CCOND Low center of
THIRD Large whcols.
FOURTH Spring sus
pension. FIFTH Clearance.
Every car is guaranteed for one year
from date of sale.
This includes adjustments, working
time and new parts if necessary.
In other words, no garage bills.
Alakea and Hotel Streets
Benefit at Opera House.
Tho children of Honolulu were
fouled a (teal, Saturday afternoon hy
being able tu witness n malliico Ihat
was given on that day. The eiitcrlaln-
tnent consisted of a benefit Ihat wns!
planned In order to rake, funds fur '
tho "lYcc Klndergnrleii, and Clill
(iron's Aid Society." The performance.
was u cicdlt to tho committees who
had chargo of tho untcitaliiinent. Spe
cial praise Ik duo Mr. Aknl, Dr. Kat
Euimma, .Mr. Molnkawa, Mr. Ishll, Mr.
Niikumura, Mr. Kinncya, Mr. Mlkaiul
nml Mr, Taknliashl, wlio uu ably as
sisted Mis. Krunrls Mills Swjnzy,
who wan tlio chairman of tlio commit-1
I eo wjio had charge of tlio .Inpjnesu
pail of lliu entertaliinicat. In wit-1
noshing "(Ictirnkii Dances" one eiiulil
well IiikikImu Unit thoy had been trans
I ho Hitcccss of tho whole entertain
incut. .Miss Cordelia (illnian also etc-
korvus special niuntlon for her luilcf
atlK.ihlo efforts In fnrtherliiK liilorent
in tho cnterliilunicnt, Miss (Illnian
iiHHlHtcd Mrs. Uayinond llrown, chair
man cif tlio candles, and motlstcil In
procuring tlio young girls, In sell cor
nucopias itttii candles during tlio pcr
funiianco, Tho Honolulu public res
ponded liberally In aiding lids worthy
caitso and tlio entertainment was a
htiocess- both llnaiiclully uml boclally.
Mr, and Mrs. Dltson's Dinner.
1'ildtiy evening Mr. and Mis. Dltson
onturtalned at illnner In honor f Cii)
liiln and Mrs. C. Sldnoy llaigltt. Tiio
ilt'llglitfnl affair was given at tlio
Scifsido Hotel, whoro tlio host and
hostess aro staying. After dinner tlio
party motored tn tho Young Hotel
wlicro they attended tho Japanese
United Service Bridge Club.
Mrs. Shepherd, wife of Dr. Shepherd,
wiih tho hostess ut the United Service
llrlilRo nab at tho meeting that oe-
curled on Monday of tills week. Tim
....... i . fl, ,,.i ,, ;, J, ,' . t.Z U.'lr llonoluln will he able to oxporl- was the criticism that pollllc.il topics ' I ,
SdXSZfesMSaS DOING GREAT WORK ON BIG ISLAND
jirlxv were especially pretty, being man or Paellle Heights. They arrived ""- " win spena in uuiii ami uiui
scurfM of silk. The highest hrblgers.by the Wllhelmlna, arcomimnleil lij".1"1"'
wero Mrs, I'lirinn Carrol Carter and llielr aunt. Mls Henrietta Havlland.l J"" '-n rolletti. will ltnve n special
Mi'M. John Clllcnlt. Tlio heart prUn'who will spend llio winter with heri,rn,n '",,, mal;n ' Plrit In see nil the
wan 'jvon by Mrs. Cdward Julius' Tlm
Tlio "AMERICAN" Trav
eler 00 H. P. won tlio Oul
letin Cup. July 30, 1911,
with a perfect score.
An "AMERICAN" mado
tlio perfect scoro In tlio
310 milo endurance run
from Oakland to Lako Ta
lioo and return.
An "AMERICAN" won
the Valvolino trophy cup
for breaking all records be
tween Sacramento andTal
lac. Time! Four hours,
thirty minutes, flat.
On July 30 three "AMER.
ICAN" stock cars entered
the San Francisco-Santa
Cruz endurance run and
each finished with abso
lutely perfect scores.
Tho three pretty daiiKhterh of t'ol.
Wilder, U S. A. have been tho guests
'of Miss Nora Swanzy lit her home on
College 1 1 Ills.
u . nccllal.
Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
h,,,.,, H,.r.,.r received
!tho Opera House at the c
hail been arraiiKcd by Mr. Heritor. The
huge iiildltorlum wiih iacked with an
iipiireelallvo and fashionable audience,
ami the participants received encoro
after encore. Mrs. 1 (enter, who Is onu
of the leading sopranos of this city,
lias never been In better voice, nml sho
urn. iiiini,,. it,., I in r,. hi. i. ii, I in iiiiiiii.Miiiu
encores, for tho Ian," assemblage! jiflswlni; around tl'ie political circle, add
imok'-lnverx were Insatiable In their
ilesln, to bear this talented musician,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilerzer, who are both lln-
Wednesday'!) entertainment, and tho
chorus of forty voices Is the best that
has been heard for some time In Ho
nolulu. Coming Society Event.
The smart set of Honolulu havo ru
celved the following Invitation:
Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Hough
ropiest the honour of your presence
lit the inarrlagit of their daughter
Mr. I'ercy 'J'hoiuas Cleghorn
on the evening of Wednesday, tho
llfteentb of November
at half after eight o'clock
St. John's Episcopal Church
Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Hough
( lulio.t iilnlilis urn iilti II M Iti n ti (flit fs'tilbljs fnt.ylli At HlO lit'lfltlll llll tlltl trill IM fl IMl 11 I I I II 11(1 flI 1 II i 111 fl IBI II LIlllllllILL
request the pleasure of your company,, , , . , , , ,,,.,,,
.. , ..... ... .. the doctrine of reform. Ills llrst whirl-
on the evening of Wednesday, tho
fifteenth of November
at half after nine o'clock
Ten KaHt Park Street
Jlrs. K. N. Castle, with her Infant
son and her sister, Miss Marlon Havl-
land, Is the guest of Mrs. II. (3. Cole-
land, Is the guest of Mrs. H. C. Cole.
sister, .Mrs. Ulrlch Tliomion of Ka.
TSSaj The "American Scout" (Type
CI Strictly n two-passenger car. Wheelbase 102 Inches. Tires, 36x3 Inches
Trims. Regular equipment includes top and top boot) S lamps) Prest-O-Lito
I ft ire holders) horn) jack, tools and tire repair outfit.
The "American Tourist" (Type 34) $2250
Four passengers. Wlieelbaso, 118 I nches. Tires, 37x4 inches front and rear on Q. D. demountable rims. Regu
lar equipment includes top and top b oot) 5 lamps, dash lights electric) Prest-O-Lite tank) Bosch magneto and
storage battery) one extra rim) shock absorbers) foot rest) tire holders) horn) jack, tools and tire repair outfit.
TAFT'S TRIP IS
Some Correspondents Think
the President's Reception
LA FOLLETTE TO START
OUT ON NOVEMBER 1
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hivel.ll llll I let III Uiirlcspiillilelire.)
WAHHINHTON. D- C, Oc( 2H.-'lho
fnet that President Taft exteiuleil bis
Iiik two weeks mid mine :IU00 or IWi
miles to bis Itinerary, has attracted
iiiucli attention and created consider-
,U the hfKlnnlut; the trip
It Is now believed the l'resblent
agrees more or less with Ills critics.
1'or that reason he decided to extend
Ills trip to Tennessee und Kentucky.
This will afford him an opportunity to
prove that he Is nut discriminating
against that section.
The neuspnpers sending correspond
ents after Mr. Taft, to learn llio real
feeling after the hut railing and excite
ment was nvcr, dlsagrea as to the net
results. The propuiHlcrnncu of senti
ment Is that the President has been
given a rather lukewarm reception.
La Follett Off November 1.
As an olfset to the Taft swing tho
liriigrivslvti Itepublleans havo per
suaded Senator l.u Toilette In make a
Ovllll. l.biin it I..H Mlnliiu unit i.,.i.f..li
wliul trip will begin November I ami
continue ;r, days. He will mnUe nny
number of tnllend speeches In North
Dakota, South Dakota, Mlnnemtii,
Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Mlsmui'l,
Okbihoiua, Illinois und Michigan. He
will supplement this by another jour-
j"" " " miriuiiiii uoiiuays,
'""" peopio wno gainer nnout tno var-
lions stations along tho route.
FIRST COUNT STANDING
If ilie lllllo "newslo" who sells ym
Hie i: v cuing II 11 1 1 o I I n la a little
nunc persistent than usual don't lay
II up against him. hut just rcnicuihsr
that lie is after ono of the grand
pilr.es that litis paper Is olTeiliig In
llio best workers along that lino.
The prizca, a list of which Is given
below, aro worth' ccry effort tho
liens iiiei'chautH can mako In the lino
of disposing of papers.
Their aro a number of llio Ihijh
Ihat aro going tiflof tho prises with
hiiiinncT and tonga and thero Is gi
Ing In bo a grand Bipi'ibblc whon the
contest gels along toward the end.
Tho standing of tho highest boys in
llio en u lest al a count of voles last
night Is as follows;
The preparations for tho belt-road
work on the Island of Hawaii aru go-
lug along rapidly at pruscnt. according
to the reports which came down rnnn
llllo by tho Milium Kea this morning,
In the very near future bids will bo
advertised for. Tho coniinlsslnn Is re-
eelvlng the full Mipport of tho entire
public, and Engineer lllshop, who was
brought from New York to lakochargo
or the work, has creattsl u very good
hniiresslim. In speaking of this work,
I.. S. Connes; wlio caiuo.ln on tho
Manna Kea, said:
"It Is expected that tho actual start
on the work wilt bo made within the
next lour or live weeks, as the survey
partliM which aro In the Held, now four
In number, aro rapidly getting things
hi shape, from which tho specllleatlons
will be prepared. Tho llrst work to be
taken up will ho the bad stretch of
three miles between llllo und Papal-
Eltlirill fflBIBfllOOimi i un ruriiirrn
knu, on which tho survey has been meeting or the commission to consider
practically completed already. This other matters will be held In the nenr
will oulekly bo followed by a contract future. Instructions havo been given
for the work to be ilmiu between llllo to commence the proceedings required
and Olaa on the' road to the volcano, for the acquisition or the laud needed
These will both bo small contracts. and for the 1C&.O0O llllo IJnlnii School
will be follovfed by the hbr work, which hulldluir. which will be Marled as soon
will extend through llamakna nnd Wn-,as po-slble, as the public schools of
linen. j llllo, are at present so crowded that
' "The feeling of tho public Is solidly classes are being taught In the band
With the commission hi Its belt-road I stand at Mooheau Park and III tho hall
pluiu. , Tho commission Is absolutclyoytr tho llllo lira station." f
: . ..
front and rear on Q. D. demountable
tank) Bosch High Tension Magneto)
I'ctcy Kalin l,4l)
('. Hciidrlcksoi n,:ir,n
li. l'ctcrhou ::.4:ni
M. Klrlc L',800
(loo. Kaikalnahaolo 1V"H
Ceo. Ititslinoll !l(m
Kivo major prlzco.s und a new milt
of clothes for ovory hoy who comes
near to tho leaders.
hit Wound (tip to tlio Volcano, or
(univalent In cash.
2nd (!old watch or equivalent In
Urd-SIIur walcli or oqutvnlent In
Illi- flti dry goods order,
Gth 125 grocery order.
open III all Its actions and goes on tho
theory that It docs not know It all, but
that when It has a plan In view It
should be placed before tho public, who
may auggest something that will bo
t the greatest possible benellt. As
the result It has tho backing of tho
entire community-. Hnglneer lllshop
has also made himself strong, through
llio fact that ho has already shown
that his twenty years or experience In
iail work, backed by tho technical
knowledge of Ids Cornell course, Is just
vvnut Is needed by tho public, ir tliey
are to gi t good roads. Tho public Is
satlslled that good work will bo dono
and that tho county will get Its money's
"Tho limn comiulshloner.s aro alto
taking steps to call for bids for tho
pipe Hue for the Walohlmi water sup
ply. for which an impropriation was
made by the last Legislature, and n
MOTOR Four cylinder. "T" lirml typo, rant In pnl-H; bore,
34 IiioIi-m; stroke, ('it Inches. Water cooled hy cen
trifugal )iiiiii. 'JO II. I'.
IGNITION (loseli high tension magneto operating through
duo set of sparkplugs directly over Intake valves. Kick
switch on (I. mil.
CARBURETOR l'lout reed. single Jet typo, wllli auxiliary nlr
vnlvc. Adjustithlo from dash.
GASOLINE 3URPLY 20 gallons conliilncil In oval tank be-
OIL SUPPLY 2 gallon contained In bottom hair cif crank
case mill B gallons In auxiliary tunic, Integral with
LUBRICATION Pump it ml npliiHli, constant level, sclf-con-talncd
kjhIccii un motor. Transmission rutin In (ill, ami
differential In grease.
CONTROI Irreversible wurui anil gear, steering gear, with
lS-lncli steering wheel, spark anil throttle control lev
CT8 Insldo wheel on stationary Hector. Hurvlcu brake,
foot pedal; emergency brake, hand lever.
CLUTCH l.lnchcstos racing, conu type, spring plutiKcrH un
der lining mako cany engagement.
BODY Sheet steel on un ash frame) upholstery, maehlnc
InilTed leather and genuine curled hair.
TRANSMISSION Sliding xolccllvo type, three speeds for
ward anil rovcrac, with illreet drive on third nieed.
Shafts mill gears of chroiuo vnnadluin steel. All bear
ings annular type of unusually larKe illaiueler.
DRIVE Shaft to bevel Rear a mid dealing live rear axles that
hear no weight.
FRONT AXLE Onc-plccc, special analysis steel, "I" beam
WHEELS I'rnnt, ten spoKes, 1 -lncli selected second growth
hickory; rear, 12 spokes, 1-lnch selected second growth
hickory. Demountable rlniH,
BRAKES Double Internal cxpahdlug In 10 nail 11-Inch prcss-
cd steel, dust-proof, brake drums on real wheels.
FRAME Undcrslung. giving low center of gravity. Pressed
steel of high tenille strength.
SPRING8 Heml-elllptlo, :is huliea front; 47 Inches rear.
CLEARANCE 3 Inches under ojitlre car.
WHEELBA8E 102 Inches.
TREAD EG Inches.
"AMERICAN" FACTORY MAN IS HERE
II. C. Ilallcy, Is a recent anlval In,
llonoluln and will ho associated with
(Icorgo C. Ilccklcy, local distributor
tor "American" enrs. Mr. Ililloy
comes from llio American factory ut
Indianapolis and Is a thoroughly ex
perienced automobile mini. Ho will
look after tho Interests of tho owners
of "American" machines,, seeing that
At noon today everything was ready
for tho big affair at the Outrigger Huh
except til" lights. The workmen were
expected on tlio grounds If they could
get away from tho Kallhl camp, and
If not tho Outrigger affair will be a
Them Is enough electric Julco on tho
grounds for the ilniieo and tho chow
der, but not for the spectacular colored
lighting and the motion pictures. Tho
entire nut lit for this vvuk yesterday
comiulssnrlateil for the mosquito work,
hut It Is hoped that there will he time
und material for a big showing besldo
At 2 tho youngsters start their ca
noo races, and later lierger's baud will
arrive there. At dusk the chowder will
bo served and at dark the big dance
will bo on. The large lanal will be en
cbantlugly Illuminated, and as many
lights will ho distributed under the
trees as two gangs, of men can get up
In six hours of hard work.
Perkins' 1912 Art Calendars mako
tho most appropiluto holiday remem
brance. KVKMX0 IMI'KHS POl'UMIt
A recent canvass of 400 do-
pnrtment stores In 'different partR
of tho country mado for tho pur-
pose of finding out which nows-
papers were more popular with
them for ndvortlslng purposes,
tlio morning or tho afternoon, ro-
suited as follows; . .
Itcpllcu wero received from
! 302 stores. Of theso 302 pro-
forred tho aftornoon papers, '.Mi
preferred the morning, und fll -
! worn noncoimiilllnl. !
thoy aro kept In perfect adjustment,
etc., und also assist Mr. Ilccklcy with
Two deliveries of "Americans'" wero
inndo this week, a "30 Traveler" lo
Dr. Ilnldwla and a "30 Tourist" to
Dr. Hodcmnn. Moro orders nro hook
ed and deliveries will ho made as fast
as tho cars aru received.
CLEAN RIMS SAVE
BIG TIRE BILLS
livery motorist who has prntcstlngly -.
paid a monthly tiro bill that's Juit
Ibreo times as largo as hn had figured
on, realizes that tho condition or the
rims must havo something tn do with
the lire or tho the. Hero aro a few
hints on rim euro from V. V. Newell,
manager or tho Honolulu Vulcanizing
"There aro three kinds or trouhln
from which a rim can saiTer," says
Newell. "It may. bo rusty In various
places, It may bo dented, or and this
Is morn serious It may huvu heeoino
rough and Jagged.
"The following aro a few simple In
structions on tho treatment or damaged
"Do not attempt to varnish until ev
ery trace or rust has been removed.
To remove rust, rub wllh coarse emery
paper after taking off tlio tire, mil II
tho part ulTected Is clean, und then
smooth olT tho s u r face with Hue emery
paper, which will mako a snug lit when
tire Is placed on rim. Then the rlpi
should bo varnished. Ilermo varnish
ing, mako unite suru that tho rim la
now lure dented or roughened.
Smooth off roughened rlms with
emery paper, ir tho Irregularity la
very great, and the rim has becomcf '
jagged, It will bo necessary to use a
Anticipating a reduction of llio tar
iff by the Domocrats In Congress, tho
textile manufacturers or Itliodo Is
land have formed a Imitative organi
zation to conduct a rampilgu acalnst
llio lowering of llio tariff.
Tho 12-Inch gutiH of linoHlor bat
tery il( the Prosl'lln, San Kranohirn,
rcciifiloii four lit t tt In four iltnlB n't n
moving taikct at a rango of 0,000