Newspaper Page Text
w-vr. mwmPimwfj'?m' 'Hmy,
mfr$fiU, . -7' i r,
RVRs'is'rt ntt.i.fiTiS'. noxoi.ri.tf. t it Bvirnn-vv xov 10 i'.irt
SANDS ARE " " " " " ,
iu Pi P,U,PLC -We wish at this time to express our appreciation to
ine .island public for the confidence reposed in us, as manifested by the
large number of purchases of the motor cars we deal in. Altogether in the
past we have handled some ten different makes of cars: we now handle
There is a reason for this.
To handle any new make that was produced seemed to us too much like
trying it on the dog" with the public as the Dog.
Our policy was to study the situation carefully, gauge local conditions
and then consult the best automobile authorities in America with the
result that we represent today ,
The Pierce Arrow
(All Licensed Under Sclden Patent)
These three great makes represent a combination of tjest practice in
automobile construction, with the widest choice of body types and prices'.
The manufacturers of these three great makes are the leaders in the in
dustry. By handling only these three great makes we can do justice both to the
public and the manufacturers.
There are from five to eight thousand different parts in an aiitbmdb'ilG
multiply this by ten, and the number is enormous. Few dealers if arty
could keep .even the necessary parts of ten makes to provide against inev
itable accident, but with three it is different.
J 1 tHHm 1
We wish our name to be synonymous with the , j
GOOD" AUTO SUNDRIES AND GOOD SERVICE. V
Associated Garage, Ltd,
- 'aiiflWfliFP'vfUir k r?Hidi mam H.11 1 r nvvw 'v'ii-v y- r 11-1 ii hn-' mi 1
After careful investigitions of the most advanced methods of burial in the civilized world, our
Directors recommended the construction in Honolulu of a Reinforced Concrete Mausoleum; and aft
er a critical examination of many plans, and with the approval of the Hawaiian Board of Health,
will construct the
particulars of which can b: obtained at the office of
The Townsend Undertaking 66., Ltd,,
WHOLESALE UNDERTAKE AND FURNISHINGS
BLACK CLOTH CASKETS, Complete Trimmings, with outside box for shipment or delivery, $40.
COFFINS, full-sized, from $10 up.
We make deliveries of these in the City or to t)ie Railroad Stot'or. or Inter-Island Wharves on
09-71 BERETANIA STREET
(Continued from Pace 1.)
I'rnlt of tho llnnld Tniwlt company
Signs along the side of the cage
(old I lie wondering multitudes, who
lined tlin path of (lie Miravnn, drawn
forth for mllc-s liy the ktraiiKO slnht.
that Davis was n real Democrat who
V M-Ll. 1
liml worked for McCandlcss, and n
sign not to tease the iiulmnl. Judge
Cooper worn no decoration, Imt Pratt.
In Scotch garb, vns saving, "Doni
mlt, mon, turn )onr tiolley," thus
showing the ehe"t of his earlv edu
cation on his later life pursuit.
Messrs. Hodge and Dompsoj, with
a lone lever, steered with dllllrnttv
a. hroKcti-down ntttomolillc from the,
rear, the machine hclng drawn by a
moth-eaten mule led by Wrlclit of
These Initiates told the desert folk
that never again would they work
for von Statu StuiiB Company, and
advised a I to bit) intomobllcH front
Assoilatcd Charities or Htewiu.in'n
bakery. C. I! Wilitht boro a plac
ard stating tlie way llonoltil.ins were
treated In llllo town.
Ilarrj H. (Ira), In kilts and a
weathervanu Jiat, carried an Ini
moiwo cjajtuoro nmler the. weight or
which he bent, nnd llurhanan, as a
Chllierc, with baskets of dope, li lit
l(?ns leaillnc, "Don't Tell Itreck-ons,"
Henry fi l'luinnicr, bead of the
drcdKiiiR woik at 1'imiI lluibor, was
Peerless 1908 Model 18 scvcn-passcncjcr louring car; fully equipped;
in fine condition
Stevens-Duryea Model X fivc-passcncjcr tourintj car; fully equipped ...
Cadillac 1910 Model 30 Demi-tonnoaii: fully equipped
Thomas Fly about, 1909 Model ,six-cyliiidcr. fully equipped
Pope-Hartford, 1908 Model, fivc-passciujer touring car; fully equipped.
Stevens-Duryea Model R four-cylinder, five-passenger touring car: fully
Buiok Model 10 runabout; four-cylinder; fully equipped
Stoddard -Dayton runabout ,
Pope - WaVerlcy Electric car
Rco Jackrabbit roadster
Winton Model K touring car
Come and sec the nbove cars in our new salesrooms back of the
Alexander Younp; Hotel. We shall be pleased to give you further infor
mation and demonstrations on nppli'ation.
VON HAMM - YOUNG COMPANY, LTD,
King and Bishop Sts., Honolulu, T.H. '
K.irhcd In the clothes of his work
and blazoned to all that ho had a
weak heart Ho thinks he ma) he
unable to stand tho climate,
T II Hushes' "Alnt II Holl to bo
I'oor" sign attracted much atten
tion The other Initiates, In a Ioiir line,
weie clothed III pi ttircsijtiB costumes
and tied to one mpe like a Kang of
convicts in m hlni to their cells.
All the afternoon the candidates
are being put through tho iustlc
ACTING CHIEF RABBAN C. G. BOCKUS
work at the temple, and thoso who
survive will foregather at the Young
Hotel at S JO this ocnlug, whrro
Manager llortschu has a magnlllccnt
feist for the weary and disheartened
I'repir.itlons have beop ma do or
the big pilgrimage of tho Impel la!
Potentate to Oasis of Honolulu In
l'ebruary, lealng San PriiiirUrn on
the Wllhelmlnn, 1'uliruirj in, and
lauding In that lty again on
Mai ih 7
OFFICIAL DIVAN, 1910.
Robert W. Breckons
0, 0. Bockus Acting Chief Rabban
Arthur G. Ilodgins
Charles O Bartlett
High Priest and Prophet
W H. Ocetz Acting Oriental Guide
II. E Webster Treasurer
Charles F Murray Recorder
D, B Maccnaclue
Actinp; Fust Ceremonial Master
Merle Johnson . ...
Acting- Second Ceiemonial Master
O, H. Rochnidson Act. nt; Director
F . Richardson ... . Marshal
PILES CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS'
I'AZO OINTMKNT b Kilaran,cetl
to cure any case o ItcWng. IHind,
UIicdinB or I'rotruJinR 1'iles i 6 to
14 J.isor money KfunUcJ. Made by
j'AHIS MKDICIN1XCO.. Saint LoitU,
U. S. of. A.
I. t Whitehousc ., "
Acting Captain of the Guard!
J. D. Tucker .,. Outer Guard
Frank Batchelor. 0. A. Bierbach. .
. Alchemists '
Ed. Hughes, Tom Sharp
Keepers of the Camel
Thccdote Hoffman .. Electrician
Noble C. B. Wood, Noble M. E. '
Grossman. Noble E. C, Brown. Noble '
Andrew Btown. Noble C. B. Cooper,
Noble M. Phillips, Noble B. drinKS '
Holt, Noble Chas. G. Bockus.
OIL KING THREATENED IN I
LETTER DEMANDING CASH
Pif tli Thousand Dollars Extor-
nun miuwiutuui dui writer i.
Is Arrested. ,A
Ni:V VOItK, Noeinb.r 11
Charged with writing u tbroatenlni:
letter to John I) KockeMler, demand
IliK .'i).01if), I'eter I.IIIIJulin, 23 7enn
old, Is held at police hea Iiuartern
Hugo Cardoff, who nccusetf I.IIIIJohii
of sending the letter to him to bn for
warded, made tho complaint
Kurdoff told ileteitheg he received
two lettern from I.IIIIJohii tliln after
noon bna written In Hungarian was.
addressed to tint .Standard (111 chief
and contained tho demand for IGO.Ooo.
The other was addressed to Kardoft
and directed him to translate nnd for
ward the message to Itotkefellor tin-
dor threat of death
I.IIIIJohii was arrested In the oftlcon
of a llrm of money exchangers whom
KardolT, tho complainant. Is cm-'
Plojed Tho prisoner had trmtlngly
sent his threats to tint llrm r ,.....
latlon The police believe, ho Is crazy.
ESfe, ittfc jfcC W mU