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jEXT year all leading autoffiQbiieS &Fe bound to be equipped with a SeVf-SVarter
and will have Demountable Fiffi: You make a mistake if yotii buy any car
not now equipped with a Self-lsi&irtef &ftd Demountable rims.
You get these features in the HUB&Q "33" now. The price complete is tess
than was charged for last yeaFs fiVdifei.
Practically every self-starter Huts fnr produced has been thor
oughly tested by Howard E. Colfin and his Board of Engineers.
The ono you will sec hero is tho only ons the industry's first
designer would approve for use on tho HUDSON "33."
It proved to be the most reliable of all the many Inventions
of the many typea that wero examined. In thousands of tests it
started the motor OS percent of tho times by the mere turning of
a valve and the pressure of n button.
This is much better than was tho showing of any oilier self
Tho HUDSON "33" was loft for n week. In a cold storage
room. Tho temperature was below freezing but tho motor in
stantly responded to the operation of the starter.
This means the end of tho one objection that has been made
against gasoline motors. Tho danger of cranking Is over.
The superiority of this above nil other starters is its abso
lute surety to give a perfect mixture, not affected by any tem
perature. There is nothing complicated it has only a dozen parts. It
is not heavy the weight Is less than four pounds. In thousands
of tests it started the motor 08 i of the time.
Next year all leading automobiles aro bound to bo equipped
Why not have such an equipment on tho car you buy now?
If you don't yours will bo out of date next season. Sooner or
later only the old models will be cranked from tho front. It will
seem odd then to sec a man start his car that way.
Think of the satisfaction yen will have now with this feature
of the HUDSON "33."
You will confidently seat yourself at tho wheel and in re
sponse to a simplo operation tho motor will, start.
It will attract the admiration and envy of every automobilo
owner whose car must bo started In tho old way of cranking..
It is another feature of exclusivo distinction, quite as gratify
ing as is the pleasure that all HUDSON owners derive from the
fact that they can glide silently up to the curb without attract-'
ing the attention of those nearby so quiet is. the car's opera
tion. Compare this with the noiso and alarm created by other cars.
Tho self-started on tho HUDSON "33" removes the last ob
jection women have to driving a gasoline car.
About the hardest, most disagreeable work about an automo
bileand It usually comes In the most inconvenient places is
changing tires. """
Not so when you have Demountable rims. The' extra inflated
tire can bo substituted in a few minutes for a Hat tire., There is
no labor nothing Is difficult. There is no delay.
No other type of tire rim will he acceptable on any depend
able car in the future. Why accept a ear-that hasn't this equip
ment now? It makes your aulomoblllng so much rnore satisfac
tory. It will make your car so much more salable if ever you
wish to dispose of it.
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Still Greater Reasqris For
Its Being a E
Dut thero are still other reasons moro vital why you should
prefer a HUDSON "33."
The item of simplicity Is Important There are 900 fewer parts
than are used on the average automobile.
Compare the chassis with the chassis of other cars.
Nate the absolute accessibility of the HUDSON "33." Sco how
clean and free It is from rods, springs and intricato connections.
Unless you are a judge of automobile values you may not
fully understand that accetslbility means low cost of up-keep. If
vital parts are placed out of easy access by the intricacies of do
sign and construction, It means just that much extra trouble in
making adjustments and repairs.
No car is quieter in operation. That comes from perfect de
sign. It remains quiet through months of service. That is due
to good workmanship. There is all the power you need for tho
hills that any automobilo will make all the flexibility required
for any traffic conditions on a smooth, vibrationless operation
similar to that experienced In most automobiles only when they
are coasting down hill.
You can appreciate thote conditions only by test. You must
ride in cars of different makes and in the HUDSON "33" to un
derstand what this means.
Costs Us $152 More
Costs You Less
Instead of reducing manufacturing costs, we have added $152
for better materials and finer workmanship.
Yet the 1912 car sells for less than did the '11 of similar model
Thousands paid $1500 for the 1911 HUDSON with fore-doors,
top, magneto and Prcst-O-Llto tank. Almost as many moro had
their cars equipped with, 3lx4-lneh tires, with Demountable rims
and glass windshield. This brought the price up to $1630,
The character of the equipment is much superior to and more
luxurious than that used list year. Lamps cost us a great deal
more. Upholstering his year costs $14.11 more per car, One set
of bearings amounts to $7.35 more than did the bearings used for
the same purpose last yea-. It takes three days longer to paint
tho bodies. Labor charges per car exceed last year by $35.65.
Wo built the best car t'ten at t.he price. But we have pro
gressed. Our men have greater skill. Many new refinements have
been developed. They all make for a better car for longer ser
vice for completeness. Thjy cost us more, but with all included,
the car to you is less than was the 1911 model with fore-door
and similar equipment.
Don't you think it wiser to buy a car in which quality ad
vancement has been made rather than to choose an automobile
that has not been increased in valuo?
Think also of the disadvantage of owning a car designed after
the practise of three years ago. Engineers have advanced far.
The ideals of that day ars practically obsolete now. The HUD
SON "33'' is the one advanced car of the past three years.
Other Great Engineers
,,The 1912 HUDSON, "33" is the product of Mr. Colfin, plus the
assistance of the staff of most experienced and largest number
of engineers employed by any one manufacturer. Each-i-a special
ist has, had experience that the others have not had. Each knows
something tho others do not know. These men spent months
with the 1911 car. Then Mr. Coffin received their criticisms and
recommendations. All was weighed against the combined expe
rience and ingenuity of all members' of the staff.
Can you imagine a mors complete development? Nothing basic
was changed. But still tin '12 Is different. It is the finlshod
product of many men the a'jtest in the Industry. A
Don't you think It bctt.r to see tho HUDSON "33" NOW?
The Price complete with Self-Starter is less than was
charged for last year's Model.
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Thcro aro four 1912 H'JDSON "33" models: A, Touring Car,
Torpedo nnd Roadster all with fore-doors apd a Mile-o-Minute
This year all models are listed with completo equipment in
cluding Disco .self-starter, five Demountable rims, four 34x4-inch
tires, except on tho Mile-a.Minuto Roadster, which are 32x4 Inches,
magneto, full set of lamp), black onamel, Prest-O-Lito tank,
genuine mohair top, glass windshield, licenss number holders, foot
and robs rails, tools, tool bjx on running board, tiro repair outfit.
The price Is tho same forsich model $1600, f. o. b. Detroit.
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Weighs Only Four Pounds and
Child Can Operate It, Says
"More Interest tins been rIwwh in
tho niiPto "f clf-Btnrtors for nnto
moblles Niirlim tho hint scanon limn
In any other now development In tho
Industry," bhIc1 Krnnk Howe of tho
Awwralcd Onrnsb, the local HuiIroii
"Three or four mnniifnetnrerii Iinvn
already announced the equipment of
their cars with kclf-startcrs. Tho lat
ent Ih the Hudson Company, widen
has hroiiKlit out what It claims In ho
the simplest of all the starters, Tor It
weighs less than four iiomula, lias no
wires and no coiniircsccd-alr lank, and
tho company claims that ti child can
start tjio motor aH easily as It can
press a button that rings an electric
"Tho Bolf-stnrlcr seems to ho an
equipment that all manufacturers will
sooner or Inter adopt. Tor years It
has been, tho ono objection niinlo
against gasoline motors that they
must bo cranked, and with Hint came
llia Inconvenience and exertion that
has kept down tho number of wo
men motorists. Willi the sclf-slnrtcr,
nil Iheso objections arc removed, and
as Hie result, It is claimed thai the
number of women drlvcw will ho
greatly augmented during the coming '
"Tho Associated fiilcsrnoni Is Iho
center of gicat Interest on the part
of the people who nre examining tho
new starter. Tho starter Is made a
part of the regular equipment. This
makes tho Hudson ',1.1' completely
equipped with everything requited by
the motorist for all kinds of driving.'
Tin- zenith nf attainment, Iho result
of twelve yours of mcrrantlle hiudiics
In this cits', was reached today by A.
Illom In the opening of his new stnro
at the' corner of Hotel nnd Fori streets.
In the very heart of the shopping dis
trict. Visitors to this niagnllleont ad
dition to Honolulu's ninny beautiful
stores will l delighted with tho ap
pointments, arrangements and conve
niences which appeal to the shopper
looking for tho best In the dry goods
line. The spacious xlmw windows of
plate glass lire t-plendldly arranged
with dlxplns' goods combined with fresh
cut (lowers, and in keeping with this
Is tho exclUKlvciicsH in style and qual
ity of the imperii stock which places
Illom's In the front rank In the dry
goods and readj'-to-wear line. The at
trnclivciiefcKinf values und prices form
a tribute to the good tasto of Mr. Illom
as u buyer jjud head of a big dry
A feature .which, characterizes tho
new store especially Is the ready-to-wear
department. A select line of even
ing gowns. Including sonic of the most
exclusive styles, Is shown, together Willi
u quautlts of wash frocks, and shlrt
waUtsiof various descriptions, In ad
dition to the staples, which Includes u
Hue Hun of silk hoilrry and nrgllKco
goods. Is a varied assortment of fancy
I articles, Jeuelrj', etc., ordered especial
ly for the holiday trade.
Mr. Ilium recently returned from n
buying trip which look him to tho
iiiarth of the .States and Knstcrn futdi-
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The bugle blast at S::',U o'clock last
cwiilng brought together a guy throng
of dancers on the roof garden of tho
Young Hotel, ami t'lom that hour until
the sounding of tups, the two ball
rooms adjoining the roof garden wero
the M'cncs of animation, Tho occasion
was tho third annual ball of thu bat
talion stationed Ht (.'amp Very, und al
though luvlshuetw und ligspltulity havo
cjiuruetcrliced ruch procedlng event, last
night's affair was t)iv must prouuunced
success In thu social history of thu
TJiu date selected lor the third an
nual hall was paitlcularly happy ow
ing to thu prot-encu of Iho sailor lioyn
in tho city. Tho vUltlng marines were
made especially welcome, and thu enm
mltleo saw to It they wero Introduced
to tho members of the fair sex who
were present In nil tho glory, of fetch
ing evening gowns uinl bcaiuJugisnilles,
Tho decorations went eJuiwalo, tly)
national colors being ?ombJi;cil with
quantities of llowers muI.folKigu ,
Ti(o Hawaiian orcliestras furnished
the music. . -
It doesn't require n skillful driver
'to drho Ninne men to drink.
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