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TiWDENH f I-. : 3 m i ?nn uriiiTiiPiti HONOLULU STAE-BUIiLETIN, SATUEDAT, DECEMBEB 1,1917c Thin of Beauty JoyForeve rnn V ... ' -. Decreasing Supply of Leather for Soles Bring New Syn- 4thetic Product to Front Amon the economic condition that the war Jim emphasized there . the sole leather situation. For years ,jesxner nas oeen a siapie in ujo nfsrtrw "nf caIm f rr fnotwA&r. Dal conditions within the last few years -fcare been chanflnt The rradually decreaslns; acreage : ftTailable for cattle raising. mH llfnltaxt . the number " cattle raised In our western country . . . . . . k Ma ana nas cut aown uio aypij wi uuca, . which in tarn ess caused leather nrlpM to adTanea with Tear little likelihood of a return to former 1st . And there is little hope that there i will bo any immediate relief from ! present i high prices of. shoes, unless ' other materials other -than - leather I axe used as soles. And It Is very like- ly that the use of such materials will - hardly be able to hold shoe prices t w here they are today, much lesa compllsh an appreciable reduction In So with a rapidly Increasing popu- li.ftA ! ArrA&ainr suDDlT of leather for soles, shoe manufactur ers hare been casting longing ioos In erery direction ior soma , Fortunately ' other manufacturers - outside of the leather industry,, had noted eren 'before the war the exees r aire demand for leathers, and espec ially smce that time, the bear hut- ing of footwear by our allies for their i soldiers, and had set out to rolre-a : -.f.M vtitch would relieve the ev .v.n tw Ttithetlo sole, I 1 BU w uvm - , - ? Neolln, was discovered in the labora- : 5 v . iwmi nMo. and an i notmced, .American . shoe manufactur- ers Immediately sensed relief Vom an ? unenviable situation, and - recognized .' tM cola would - snan the' gap ; 1 that had fcseir created Ain tht leathei - .r fa nafther rubber nor leather, nor a leather subttltttte, but "i a new material designed especially for use oa footwear. Ia our language ? there is no Una flescnpiire oi new substance, so it U called Nfo. which means naew maieruu - f era from leather ia .that 1U texture j is finer and fM mass a un. ana - (! f inoaely intertwined fibres. In two years actual service of i every coneeivaoie cnaracior v ..i nntvAm leather, and has proven much -easier oa the: feet, its ! success solar nas.iea otkt wv uict- t i . nanttfB.rrarerB to contract I Htn Goodyear Tire fe. Rubber renladng leath er. Eight mUUon pairs of shoes we already been put oui asa ... aum . I Anericaa users.- v. v -. , 1 cat the mission of thir new sole is irct merely to replace leather tempo- ) -! fn na iamb 1 "SUbSU t TA" forleather. tor it is finer and rccre flexlblN yet flna and more wear-reslstlag, and it is not a rubber : tele. One cf Its- strongest features-. Is that it will not sup on smooio, ww w Icy surfaces. It has many of the good f' qualities of leather and none of leath 5 r' had ones. There is - very little 1 .ri.r(nn Vonlfn fa hem to stay. uouwu ' ' 'eo matter what the leather market is - after the war, tor It has already been by the cream of the shoe : caaufacturers of the country. i George TTeHs, manager and owner of the Royal Hawaiian Garage, an nocTices this week new department , ia tie business. As soon as we com-r-.m, tin moved lii the new building : an up to date trimming shop will, be I-stalled. ' , . . ;.;-vh. Mf. VTftlls said today that he had se- cared an expert from the mainland bo knows the " trimming and uphol ' ttcry business from A. to Z, and pre- . dieted, that this branch or we dusi- r.ess Trould. become asubstantlal one. It is expected that the new depart; ncnt will be open within the next two xr three "weeks. -:; '-'- ",. hjEW WAREHOUSE FOR : T . AUTO SERVICE CO. ' " Owlnr to the increased business and . . thrf purchase of a larger stock the ' Auto Service and Supply Co. have se ; cured a large store room in. the liagoon building for a warehouse. The ; new building -will be ready for occu- rancy early next week and already a large consignment has been placed In the warehouse. ' . The Auto Service and Supply Co. received a large shipment of tires dur .Ing the past week and it is estimated that the total cost of the shipment -reached close to f 10.000. In addition Uo the tires thtt company received two "carloads . ; of .Monogram ; tolls and .The warehouse win be used to store . the large Quantities of oils, greases, -solid tires and other automobile neces sities; .Tom Sharpe has moved out of the bullding.and the entire first floor vend large basement will b6 used by " the automobile, concern.: This ; com .rany has the territorial agency for the . famous Buckeye automobile soap and tas a large' consignment already in the warehouse,'.'";. k - . '?:'" A. B. Lloyd, postmaster at Lahalna, las been a visitor in the city. ... "While lere he purchased a large supply .' of ncccssories from Smoot & Steinhaus- f1VAi-UA!FAIIA-B l Ml II It 1 II Mill mLiimiminiv QARACEtOIIAVE REV' fiEPAUTCHjt 'I 'ill' i The Packard Twin 8lx Is a. thing of'beaUty, and more than that Jt has the power added to Its beauty, and when beauty and power Join htnde then the world must look on and give praise. Thousands have had the pleasure of seeing the latest model of Packard at the - Alexander Young J hotel and thousands have admired the graceful lines, wondered what It cost and prayed that the Packard might be wished onto them, in a special f booth which haa been prepared to do honor to the great car; the Packard stands surrounded by flowers, and thousands have admired the car. W. F. I Gustlin of the von Hamm-Young Saving of Gasoline Will Help I'm War -J. Big Factor ;inv Carrying on Manager- of Schuman Carnage Company 561 ,000,000 -- By J. K. McALPINE. ':: Sales Manager of Schuman Carriage -. . Company. . :" -'v :'? Yesterday: and I the day before and days before' yon were asked to save, today you are asked to save tomorrow and the day after and the days' to fol low, you will be asked to save, next you . will be .commanded to ;tave.. , If this falls to bring home to yon the realization- that your ; heedless waste must stop, you will be forced to save, to save food,, to save coal, to .save gasoline, In fact all the vital necessi ties not for economy's sake, but .be cause there has been a' vast amount of waste! . .:.v'- . -r-, - r: - Here is a message to you Mr. Anto- mobllist,. which sooner ; or;Iateryon must heed; "Why' not start now to do your, part in the "Don't Waste Gaao1 line Campaign" that. is. being carried on under the direction of . the national automobile chamber of commerce. . Think If Over ::d-H UJr i'tv, It Is asserted that two-thirds of, the gasoline wasted In the United States will meet 'our war. needs;, and: that there is an ample supply of crude oil for all the needs of the army and navy for .the operation- of motor vehicles and motor boats and for use in the In dustrials provided wastage Is careful- y avoided.; Automobiiists of the coun try are cooperating with the Petroleum Dlvisionof the United, Stages Bureau 01 ; Mines and the .council qr National Defen&e . In this "Dont Waste" cam paign, whlchhas recently given out this estimate 959,000 gallons of gasoH Unev a day: will be required ' for the use of army, navy and aeronautical r r: -vSb -'';"-.:'".ir' - - fx . .. ; . L V ' 4 i y V J ; . f--S ' -?,v .'. - ' nil ; f I -. ... - j v. r Is ,- ' V f ' -Sf f ' f a A I . ; h 1 . , i '-! Company Is seen In the foreground telling the merits of the-powerful car to K. ne Be Our. War Program, Says Sales operations during the coming year. ; Total Production . . The total dally gasoline production palgn against .waste, it can . be seen that the war needs should be cared for j , easily "and " still ; have ample for our t " industrial needs- The production ; of j crude oil in . the United Stater has been . increasing at a tremendous rate for a number of years, although during the f past twelve months it has not quite kept pace with the demand, so. that it U has been necessary to use quantities of the reserve supply, which amount-. ed - to 16480,000 barrels . on July 1,' 1S17: : "There are 4,212,000 motor vehi-. cles-running in this country of . ours, i4 of which approtlmately - 400,000 ' are trucks. JThere are 27,800 dealers and 25,500 garages. Of the .849,000 gal lons of. gasoline produced dally, 'ap proximately 4,800,000 gallons ire used by motorcycles, motor cars and trucks, whfde the rest is used by motor boats, stationary ; engines and In cleasnlng and , other industries,' : ,. '- How to Save : ' r- ,Z.'Jj ' ; The bureau of mines eitlmates that the following savings can be effected daily:.;".;;. . :;; ' "i. ' r H. Tank . wagbn . losses : 7200 gallons. . , Leaky carburetors, average l-17th of a ;pint per" - car, ' 31,400 - gallons. , Poorly Adjusted carburetors, pint per car, 240,000 gallons. ' v; U - Motors running idle, 34 pint per car, 150,000' gallons.,. : ,. '. 67,000 gallons. Can be saved .by using kerosene in garages, 108,000 callona. ' ' t ' .. . is the cuorohtco of Fisk QuaUty .- ; . ' ;.r . tv . . a guarantee which' means ' completo and genuine satifac- tko for die fmichaaex. Mazi- r main mileage. 3fety. Comfoit. FoB value. x . ;-sv ThetbouMndsolownolFiA : Tires hay gained from repeated . ' aatitfartpry experience the ut-. most confidence in Fisk Quality ;.. t and the aim of memanufacturers (1: : to maintain that . high quality y :: always.' ' - - ; The use of Flak Tires means" : me greatest possible - saving in . tire coats, and 'losowledse by ezperience that there is no better f ore value anywhere. - . v.- . 1 m to all tnotoruta. . Look for tbia IhJmmA, dMajrnefFMfcQMBtF , DiMribmtor tmm HammS rj I E. O. Haix & Son Corner Fort , and King Sts. HoNomuu ' . lmim fnmimkntAcai . A McAlpi afTIR'ESS-S 1:11" 'H!iiinu:ui!i!!ij . r,-"iT . Unjustifiable needless use of passen ger carrying cars, 1. pints per car. 897,000 gallons. 561,000,000 Gallons a Year This makes a total of 1.500,000 gal lons a day, or 661,000,000 gallons a year, whereas our total war. needs are 350,000,000 gallons a year or less than two-thirds of what may be considered , t. - 4 'AX J IsM) l- J) J CO J En ill hsMmsm ' ; ' -. ' j 'vr'.' -V ' ' "-' '."'' : . r' 1 ' .. ",i ."".i:. -J-; '. .... '.v'. '-v.-viV ; ...'!. t i ' ; ".', f ;. - : ' '. ' r. -. ' v ' .- ' .. :';-.- - . . . . r"'-; ' -t - V x.,'-- ' - ' " - - -..,;.''-.. .v v'wM :-;-n y;:' ' - . ' ' . -', .-, -; .v.-n;.-, v';--.v.;" ;;;;v s;:?';.;;;C'' - 23,500 Republics are in use in all kinds of business Republic the job and keep maintenance costs down ' . HONOLULU PRICES 1 1 i - : " -Ai ' "tr II an interested tourist. I t as wasted at the present time. Thou sand of posters are now being pre pared and will soon be teen hanging in every salesroom, garage and gaso line supply station In the country. These posters will, show graphically the quantity- of gasoline produced daily, the quantities used in motor trucks and motor cars, and the quan- rie of Every Four Genuine Trucks ndw being Built f or , Comihercial ; Purposes is a TcD 3-4 1 Ton Express Ton Chassis 1 - 2 Ton 2 Ton ii ii A Truck to suit your business IMMEDIATE 1, 1 1-2 and HONOLULU, T. H. ennav khsit SAYS-C. M! Machines Supplant Railroad Cars for Distance of 400 Miles Out of New York Motor trucks are being used to get freight out of New York city for as ilofte a distance as 400 miles so it can jbe loaded in freight cars whererer ar rangementa have been made for hav t Ing them -spotted.- says CJ EL (Gin- ger) Mayne, head salesman ; of E. O. Hill & son; who returned this week from the mainland. The use of the-motor tracks in hauling freight, north, south and west, is caused by the nearly utter impossi bility of getting , freight shipped; by -rail out of the metropolis without a - long wait for empty cars." he explains, j '"All freight which.-It is desired to .get to its destination quickly is. now being despatches by the auto trucks to any point where cars can be secured. With all the. sidetracks . and ware houses in and. surrounding New York congested with freight from all over the United States there Is an acute shortage of empty cars near New' York." he adds. , In the Liberty Loan campaign at Akron, Ohio, the nation's rubber cap-! Ital city, intense rivalry developed among the numerous Boy Scout troop i In selling the greatest amount In bonds. To Guy Mills of the Good year Tire and Rubber company's 'Boy Scout troop came the honor of attain ing the highest figure. By persistent effort Scout Mills disposed of 66 bonds,, totaling $23,000. ' ' , tity that can be saved In various ways. ' Hurt Program A shortage of gasoline at this critt cal time would mean a slowing down of all our national activities' which fwould in turn retard our war program. We want no false economy, money will ! be available Just so long as this coun-j try is keenly active and prosperous,' let nothing happen to Interrupt our dally activities. It Is the patriotic ob ligation placed at the door of every man today to do - all he possibly can to keep business going at full speed, the man who falls to do his best Is really helping the enemy. Let our na tional automobile slogan by "Less needless Joy-riding and more miles per gallon of gasoline. i IPlLJiEIEMCC Body $1125.00 1485.00 1800:00 2200.00 " ' 1 1 . :- 4 - at the Republic's low prices. DELIVERY 2 Ton Models and othersJ - Vulcanizingr and Accessories. Opposite the Liberty Theater - When in Hilo ill. If you want an Auto Quick. Nat cars at your service nljt aai day . " :"'; Cicero Bento, Chandler, 7-passan ;- gar. Vv -":;: Baa de Sllta. Hudson SuperStx; T :.: passenger.';'. :-' :, H. Yanagihara, Hudson Super-six, - 7-passenger. f ::K:- : A. K. Nawahi, Chaadler, T-paaj i gw. ' r ' - - ; ' ..': Henry KaL OldsmobUev 6-paasea-ger. ":":" Jacob Victor, 01damobila, .B-paasen ger. t..,;?; John Brown. Chandler, 7-paisenrsr. James Low. Hudson, 7-passengsr. Raymond Lucas, Hudson SuperSlz. " 7-passengar. . v ' ;;. .;; ; PEOPLE'S GARAGE Hllo, Hawaii P. Cv Box 434 Trucks stay on , i ,.;-'..' .,-",.'r: t - V . . : ... . 'i4' : . if if"- i'0 :? ... ".- ' - ', if-;-' -1. v:':' f's'W v i- R -V . Re-Tire Supply Co - ' -- " v. .t ' :.