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B- YCT"' ' "" fVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H-, SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1911. . . - " ' t
1 ClNCETOlY GOOD GARS $l000liB?
i AT MUCH REDUCED FIGURES FOR AUTO RACE I r KM r? Uo
S Tho von Ilauiin-Yniiiig Company Is I and contains the latest models of There seems to lie no limit to tlio I Hal W HI A H m W
mipaiiu lliflt nrn liftltlir tmi tin fur tho H H HA L. m MW A H 4A K T kv
automobile racers. Last May the $25,-
purse offered for the mtmmmuuuumuufmfMm
snrepstaluui the H IIHHHIBBHHHHHPHHIBHIHIHiHHl
r t it .1 t ,.!- f i ,sj KliUi'.JI in i
Tho von Ilauim-Ynuiig Company Is
announcing one of Its peiloillc.il bar
gain gules, with somu exceptionally
good curs nt very low figures. So
nlntiy new ears lime been sold In
tl.e past three months, and used cars
turned In, that now Is a good time
to buy n Rood ear at a low llguro.
The self-Blurting Cadillacs hau In
dued! iiianj people to sacrifice their
enrs In order to Ret one of the new
models. The sales uf the new Cu
dlllncs have been so peat that used
cars lime not brought very good llg
itri'S on trades 1'nder the present
conditions an exceptionally Rood bar-
gain can be obtained by looking over
tho display of used machines.
In this sale are Packards, Cadil
lacs, Iluleks, Steveiis-lhnyens, K-M-I's,
I'opu-llartfords, llupuioblles and
Stoddard-Dajtons, etc These cars
nro nil marked away down to the
very lowest figures that cars have
ever been offered for In Honolulu.
They are all on display nt the The
von lluniin-Young Company's sales
room, back of the Alexander Yoiiiik
All Modern Car".
The um Ilninm-Young Company Is
exceptionally fortunate this week In
having on display many models of
the new 1 "12 stock of various makes.
In fact, the salesroom Is a regular
and contains the latest models of
i'nekard, Peerless, Stuveiis-Duocn
mill llupmoblle curs, and now a good
opportunity Is afforded to udinlrers
of bountiful cars to see the ery latest
fads and styles.
"SluV In Vogue.
The new Packard and Peerless
"Sixes" are the miich-tulkcd-of cars
these days, owing to their extreme
populuilty both here and on the
ninlnland. The flexibility and casu
of riding of the "Sixes" cannot pos
sibly be Imagined except by a short
trip Into the country. The long
wheelbase and extra weight combined
make the big cars ride like a Pull
man palace cnr. The continuous
torque makes the engine even more
Ilexlble than a locomotive In starting
the car or climbing hills. The en
gines are so smooth that a big car
may be reduced to a speed of eight
miles an hour on a grade, and pick
up again with so much ease as not to
!bc noticed by the occupants of tue
New I ileus.
C. C oti Ilnnim Is expected to re
turn to Honolulu on the Slerrn from
a trip to the United States and Ger
many He will have some cry Inter
esting Information for automoblllsts,
us he attended the big International
automobile show at Iterlln and visited
any of the large factories.
show at the piesent lime, ' m
Iil:ALANlS GET PLAN WELCOME
READY FOR SHOW FOR SAILORS
II Is nut probable Hint n cuinpaiiv
or uiiuileur In Honolulu ever aiteil as
promptlv on the mil f lint stuno 'li
nt tor as have llii- nipiiiliora "f tin II'"
alanl minstrel mjoiiiliitloii nowpio
parliiR at the tr.i House, muter the
riireitton of Mr I'unlui, for the p r
formnnce to be given dure on the 7th
noil iitli "f Decoiiiln r for the purpose
ut M-eui'lliK muds ullh which to bl III"!
to Honolulu if the track Paellle
Cast lowlnt! i rews to tukti p.irt In tin
next regatta It Is apparent thai rrt
vlveit Interest In nuiiaUes Is, Him oauio
of the buott IjiIiiu iiIviii h I In' lle.t
.Wvv roiiKS are lielng rthenrseil and
old ones lowiinpril for the occasion ho
them will bo plenty of local eolor dur
ing Ho' euli'i'taliiineiil. The i liuriit. In
vhhh there-jiru thlrty-il"e kihhI, slnit
crs. Is iiiaKterliii; nil nlistaelos III Uiu
way t,r perfect lendltlon of the num
ber, noil Hid soloists an. ilolin; won
rttrfujl well .Mr I'unli.i fnyn (he !"
buirsabMiro Kolng with more Hliaiithaii
iniv In bis tutptrlenvo. Tills iniuiirx
well tor a IliiMieil pirfnrniniicc ow
ing to other fiiKngeiiientM, Artist Whit
tle will lie unable to continue on tho
scHiierv. and the uiauuKi incut Iiiih pass,
nl It over to Mr Hale, whose work In
this line Is well known and very sat
Ihfiolor) Mr Hale will lie renieinliir
cil as one of thiwo who paid a visit to
the In va sbelf at the tmter In the days
of unusual actMly. This was In the
pursuit of art, and bo i(ot It.
Singe Dlreelor t'unlia Is pleased with
the activity shown by those who are
Thin il Is mi to Honolulu to do
Kimethlug for the men "f the Ilect In
the w.iv of welcome and entertain
iiient was the sentiment expressed by
llie tlnee dliectors of the meichanls
association who attended a direclois
iiieetiiii: M'sterday, the thice being
President B. O. White, Secretary
Mamlce llrash ami V. U Wahlion.
In the ahsencu of n iuoiuin, no
meeting was held but the tlueo dis
cussed brloily the general proposition
of elitertalnliiK the nicii of the cruiser
Meet that will be here nuxt week.
It Is gnoT.illy 'felt that no elaborate
entertainment Is needed or exacted,
but (hat Honolulu should cooiiernle
by providing facilities Mr the sailors
to have a good time. It Is nut Im-
iirobable that koine kind of a baseliall
touriiaiiieiit ,cuu be nirnnged and if
this Is tho case local iiicnwlllJRetf
about pinWdlng giouuds and iierhapa
some lnevpeiisho tiophles. It Is
thought also licit a wilhns' hall would
ho u splendid thing.
Piesldent 14. O. While announced
that llieie will bo another dlicclois
meeting called for next .Monday after
noon and that In addition tho com
mittee on publicity and promotion
will be nsked to he pioHont mid per
haps take ch.ugo of tho entertain
ment. ....;; ' ; 'I' ' ;' ? ?
siired of success, and the players are
hi enthusiastic that they will not listen
to a HiiKKt'st Ion of failure. The cos.
turning will be original and In some re
spects funny, and tho whole entertain
ment beyond tho usual run of amateur
Speedway caused Hip world to nit, up
and take notice, for It was the largest
over offered up Hint tho time. Tito
arrny of cars that was nttrnctod by
the magnitude of the thing resulted
In a very successful meet. Now It Is
proposed to have a similar meet In
Mny, 1912, but this time the purse Is
ust doubled, making a total of $.0.nCO
In gold coin to bo contested for by
According to an announcement Just
made by the directors of the siiced,
way, tho race will be run under al
most exactly the same conditions nt
prevailed last ear and on Memorial day
this jear. It will bo for BOO miles for
cars with a piston displacement of
lon cubic Inches or less and a mini
mum weight of 2000 pounds. Every
Mr will be required to show a speed
of seventy-llvo miles per hour for one
complete lap of the two and a half
mile track, The Mold of starters will
he limited to thirty of tho fastest
speed monsters. Reports Indicate that
there will bo several foreign cars to
compote with the American products.
At one time this, would have been al
most sulltclent to keep the hotti'
made cars out, but now American
manufacturers Inwo no fear of meet
ing the foreign machines In any kind
of a contest and holding their own.
Tlio purse of $.'(,UQ0 is divided Into
twelve prizes, an follows: Klrst, $20,-
(100; second, 10,0(10; third, $5000;
fourth, $3000; fifth, $2f00; sixth.
$2000; seventh, $10110; eighth, $1400;
ninth, $1300; tenth, $1200; eleventh
$1100; twelfth, $1000.
HISTORY OF THE
In connection with Its 1912 Model
"A A" six-cylinder car the Htevens
nilryca Company has Issued a book
let entitled "The Seventh Year of
Sixes," In which utteiitlon Is called to
the pioneering spirit which hint al
ways been characteristic of tho com
pany, mid which led It to enter the
six-cylinder field 111 190r, moru than
six years ago. hi tho booklet the
lilijtorjj, pf, tho American nlx-cyllndcr
cnr is albo nrleiiy skoicneii nun inc
clearly stated farts will bo found of
coiislderutjle value to tho motorist
who is considering a high grndu cir,
and particularly a slx-cylludcr car.
5 PASSENGER TOURING CAR
The purchase of an E. M. F. will save you $500.
This is made possible owing to the wonderful
organization of the Studebaker Corporation, makers of
the E. M..F. car, the enormous production of their
factories, the automatic machinery and perfect system.
The E. M.F. is sold for fully $500 less than anjj
other car of equal value.
Ask any man who owns an E. M. F. how reliable,
efficient .and satisfactory it is.
Come and see the new foredoor type for yourself.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant Street, cor Bishop
to take part ill thi- show. Hit Is as- efforts.
One of California's Best Quality Table Wines
Red, White and Sparkling
Large and Small Bottles
Special Attention Paid to Family Trade
a-;: iitti i i'i!u tu . ii
13,500 F0R0 CARS
FOR 1912 OUTPUT
Orders for 13,500 Kurd Model T earn
huve heen lecclved by tho t'ord Mo
tor Company In Deliolt since tho big
eduction In the price of tho car was
.iiinoiinced for 1D12.
"Some people thought 7.ri,000 cars
would he a good muny to uiulie, mid
still more to fell, hut from the way
the oidcis have been xurlug in It up
pears that 75,000 wilt not be enough,'
said an official of the Kord Motor
"Wo started out to .make 30,000 cars
In 1911. That wug twice as many ol
one model as over had' been iiroducod
before. Wo figured that tho 30,000
would Just about supply the demand
Uut we hail to hnlld about 10,000
more car sto take care of the trade.
And even then we had ninny orders
unfilled, but had to clean up tlr sea
son's output to mnko way for the 1912
Pirst consignment of this Cet Urate J TABLE WINE to raach this
Territory from Portugal,
Cases of 1 doz. Large Bottles, $6.50
" 2 doz. Small " 7.00
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Thera's an answer to .every ques
tion; there's u solution to every prob
lem i there's u soothlnif for every hurt;
tin re's a strength for every too heavy
lo.ul; there's a rlulitlntf for every
wrung; there t, a Hunt for every uiirK-
ness und a, smile for every tear; there's
a euro for every slu, anil lucres n nie
for every one. We're, hero to liulp bring
these thlni; tu adjustment. You'll llnd
help. Try It and seu. ,
Church building,' King and Alnkea
streets. Hervlces 10 and 11 a. in., 0:30
and 7:30 p. m. Holidays. Hloini Mis
sion, Kewalo, 3 p. m. Hominy, and the
midweek meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.
Otlicu hour nt tlio church 13:30 to 1:30
Moiiduy, Wednesday and Krlday. Min
ister's resilience, iltli avenue, Ivnlmukl;
The new Intor-lslund' liner Kllnuea
which is en route to Honolulu on u
maiden voyngo und soon to enter Into
llui Kona and Kail trado In credited
with having behaved well on tho trial
mis at Sail I'liiiielsco pay. tiioso
who watehud the mauimvcrliiK of tlio
vessel say that tho steamer demon
strated Its ability to do evor)thln;
called for In tho specifications. Tho
steamer was Riven n few full spend
whirls over the measured mllo ami
(was given a tastn of high life outsldo
the hcuds, It proved stn.idy In a sea
way ami made tho sliced reiulio
meutu without iiiiduo vibration, J. A.
Kennedy, pft-sldent and general man
ager of the steamship company, was
on board dm lug Hie trial and express
ed himself well pleased with tho lal
ctt addition to his fleet,
KlltS T MKTIIOUIST KI'ISCOIMI,
,,, i . ifllLltt'll , , I
Corner Victoria und ftoretniila; par
Louugu ailjoinlug church; telephone
3353. I'ltstor. Hev It. Klinur. Smith;
Huperlnlenilciit'Siiinluy school, II, H
TreiitT (SM?rlsTnen'r'"cfass' B. A.
Cooper; cluiilater, A. Hudson.
Tho following are tho, services for
the forthcoming week:, Sunday school,
9:45 a. m.; men's class, 10:10 a. in.;
morning service, 11 u. in.; Ii'puoilh
I-o.ague, (i;30 p. in.; evening service,
7:30 p. in.;' prayer meeting, Wednes
day evening, 7:,'I0 p. m.
"Christian Socialism" Is tlm subject
for the men's class. A hearty wel
come Is extended to all men to at
tend. In the morning the pastor will take
for his subject, "Tho Tests of Friendship."
The Kpworth League iinuounces
that the Uev. It. Klmer Smith will
tuke charge uf the meeting. The sub
ject will he, "Methodism and Ainerl
The evening service will bo a'
Thanksgiving one, and the pastor will
give a Bhort iidilresa on "Homo Mem
ories." During tho evening special
inuslo will he given , by the choir
under the leadership of A, Hudson.
The following Is the musical pro
gram: "I'mlse tho Lord" (A. Iller
ley; "Oh. I'raiso tho Lord" (IX O,
Uxcell); "lie Telling of Ills Salva
tion" (K. O. Kxcell; "Homo, Sweet
Home" (John l'alno).
Wo extend a cordial Invitation to
everybody to attoud.
('ENTIt.U, IF.MOX ciuiiini.
Announcements for Snnduy:
.1:50 a. in. Illblo school. W. A.
Dovven superintendent. "The Bos
worth lllhlo Class for Young reople,"
conducted by thd assistant minister.
Studies In the Acts, a cluss for the
older people, colulucted by Professor
J. W. Ullmoie.
11 a. in. Mornlnc worship; ser
mon by tho minister, llev. Doicmus
Scudder, I). H., "Tho Testing I'otl
tlon." This Is the. seventh In u series
which Dr. Scudder Ib now giving on
"The lord's Prayer."
0:30 p. in. Christian Kndeavor
meeting, Thanksgiving Bervice, with
the topic "Echoes of Peace und llless
Ing," led by the prayer meeting com
mittee. 7:30 p. m. levelling Bervice; Dr.
Scudder continues Ills Btudy of "The
Family," the toplo Sunday evening
being "Homes of the Greeks."
The doublo nunrtet Ih furnishing
most excellent music at both the Sun
days services, aim ine iiiiuu ipiaiuo,
too, sings iiicusloually.
All seats aro frco at Central Union
Church, nud a most, rordlnl InvlUi
tloii Is extended to tho general public
to utteiid Its sorvice.
There is so much good and
so little harm in beer that it
is not surprising that it is
becoming more and more
a popular home beverage.
Good beer nourishes and strengthens,
Jt flushes the system of waste. If
people generally would drink more
beer and use less medieine and drugs
the world would be happier for it.
If you want a real good beer one that your
doctor will not hesitate to recommend, and
one that contains no v preservatives or other
deleterious substances be sure to ask for
SliVKYril WAV AWVKXTIST.
Sabbiith services at the AdveallBt
Church, 767 Klniiu street, will bo
Sabbath school at 10 a. in., led by
Superintendent J, Kiiinalao, lesson
topic "Paul llefore Agrlppa": preach-,
ing by tlm piihtor at II, subject "Thu
Ministration of Angels"; Oabu Prison
meeting at 3 p. in.
Sunday evenlni: Bervice: Preaching
TJo g M WWrX, .' .
The Jeer That's JJrewed
loouit Ihe v limtvie
hy the pastor, toplo "Spliltisui or
Kplrillliillsm Fioiu u lllhlliiil Slalid
point." Is It of Cod or l.i II it delu
uloii of tlm devil? Surely, when
ninny people, mid oven members of
churches, aro Becking loiiiiiiuulcu
tlons from the dead, It Is a time when
It Is us luipojlant to know what Cod
has said about the spiills as to find
out what the tipllils havo In bay about
Let all Inter) sted In iipllitlsm come
mitl study this subject fiom u nihil
The 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n has Just received n
shipment of 1013 Calendar Pads,
On Sals for Xmas
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