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nVESINO nUMXTIN, HONOLULU, T H , SATURDAY.
1 Chalmers Coming
Ciiblo advlie wan receive I this
i week that threw more Chalmers cars
m:r io. i9io -.'W-i.io
BUI It car
were on the way to th Associated
(Inriige, tor to al people. ,
Many Cailllacs Air'vc.
The tlc.iiuor aiurm
Ihoiik'H tor the vun Ilanini Young
Ci.np.uij two i. u loads of the lie.mtl
fill 1911 Cadillacs. Tor years tho
(ulljlvic lias made u splendid show.
Iiir and linn won the greatest pupil
larlt aniong'it medium-priced Amer-Icr-n
,,Tho 1911 Cadillac, however, out
ihlncs ueu Its picdecesiorH In every
iprpurt ns to horsepower, stundnrdlia
linn. beautiful flnlih, rcomy tonueau
mid general finish. It cin hardly bo
milked n'ongsldo the nveingo Amor
I nn iar llctlng nt $17011, hut com
pires moft crodltnb with cars cost
liiit.nooo mid more.
Tho nates for 1911 Cadillacs hne
tu nt phenomenal all over tho main
land, and' In consequence the n
Il.imiu-Yoiinir Company has had gie.it
difficulty In getting deliveries. A
Croat many orders have heen hool.ed
to mihP, nud at List n sufficient
miinlier lisno arilved to mnKe n num
ber of dcllvcitcs tills week.
Among tho peop to receive Ca-
lllllnc cars on the Sierra nre Arthur
Mason, whine car will lib nhlpped to
Mahiikotia by tho first steamer; .lhn
Itbss of Itnhillati, who has been wilt
lug for his Cadillac patiently for
tlueo months, and William Searby
nf l'liuni'iie, who Is getting n Model
.to Cull I l.i! deml tonneau.
Another Cadillac of this shipment,
:i Innrltitf car, Is going to (Jeorgo 1'
Cooke, who Is more thin delighted
Villi hl purrhnso Still another tour
lilg ru- gees to CI. Niil.iitnul of this
i Ity. 6nn of tho flrut Cadillac tour
ing cars to cnino out of tho boat was
'delivered to Dr. 0. i:. Wnll of Mono-
lulu', who ttatcs that this car proves
In he all and u great deal incro linn
whi.'c'l.ilmed for It by tho ugnnt.
A deiiil-toniieau C.idlllnc nrrlved
for I)r. St. (1. Walters'. The doctor
lias "not returned to Honolulu ns ct,
nnd his car picccdod him by a vveok
, pr ivvo,
Ariz apped the climax b winning
week! tlm leidlng event of the automobile' .ending In their original season nl
failed to" ro ognle this point vvlion
tr.iik meet nt tho Arizona Tcirltorl.nl lotmcut specifications,
I air In rliixiiilx btfnie n crowd of
IS, 000 people. There wns n peculiar
sentiment nttu lied to this contest)
sliico the cars whlth competed weio
nnd their appearance showed plainly
tho effects of a gruelling ordeal,
'Troni tho snnp of the pistol, tho
Pope Hartford, with A. 12. (luge at
the wheel, lock the lead and held It
to the md of the fifteen mile ioih
test Tho rare was clorely rontst
cd, but the I'Upe-Ilurtford won by a
margin of 100 jards In 10 mlmitt.
IS 2 A seconds.
'The crowds vvh! h parked tho
grandEtand anj lined tho course
cheered ngaln and ngaln when tho
veterans of the I.oi Angolcs-l'hoeiilx
rdco amo to the scratch for what
proved to bo the most exciting and
tcncjtleniil event of tho day."
What the Buick Did.
In the -ino-inllo race, the most con-ciilcuoiis-.
of ,the Savannah (Irand
winners In the great desert road race! l'rlre raceo, a llulck Marquette made
T)io 1'opc-Ilartford Company h
turning out an exceptionally fino car Packard tijents.
the most wonderful showing of nuV
Amerliii car. It beat nil the Amei
Ican entries and was only superseded
by a 200-horsepower Kuropcan car,
cietlallj built fur racing. This is
onl) nuother Instance where the
Uulck has chow n Its marvelous stay
ing power, and proves whj It la
an li n poptilnr car all over tho main
The von ll.itnm-Young (unp.ins
has had n gnat man) Inquiries for
1'ilt tl'ili ks of late, and has Just sold
a beautiful 1011, Model 17, llulck
to Krlc Ktiiidscn of Keknlia, Kauul.
Two other llulcks of tho same type
were shipped to the Volcano Btaulcs
& Transportation Co. l.iBt week.
for .1911. It has much more horsc'-
power than tne 1910 c.ir, geuenilliig
R0 horn-power with thb ;re.iteit c.iso.
The transmission, which Is of the sn-
Jlectlvo tvio has four forward spoedJ
and a reverse. The Imilv, which has
becinreilctlgned, Is larger and room
ier. A larpe assortment of bodies,
Including the baby tonueau, torpedo.
Ti-iiaE-enger nnd 7'insrenger tuurjng
car, inaho this lino ouo of the choic
est I o bo had.
Thh Is Iho wonderful car which
mndo the fninnus showing In tho I'or
Tho l'jrknrd It keeping to tho fore
as much an usual. The agents of the
I'a kind Motor Car CVjiiip.uo alt over
the mnltiliind nre among the most
picgresslve and nre putting up beau
tlful buildings 'as headquarters to
handle these famous cars, which at
Its price Is no doubt the highest
i I.im car built In America. Tho vnu
llnnlm-Young Company, the toc.il
Packard agent. Is getting Iik full
share of Packard sales, mid In nihil
lion to the great mail) cars ulie.idy
dellvcieil him looked llvo ordeis for
tola restlval, winning tlneo rncesoutjthesn beautiful carB, whlcli will ho
of four, nnd making In the 2til nlllc
in-nki higher average nille.igo than
the winner of (ho Vnndcrbllt race.
Several outers for there orn hno
been i worded b tho von llnnim
Yoiing Coiupaii) nnd will bo deliver
ed Iho earlj pirt of next jear.
One of the mam fcatincs of the
1911 "ST' Is Its. ncilsclossuoss, butthu
still running engine was too much for
W. II Woodcock manager of tho
White Motor Car Compauv of (Irandj
Itni Ids, Michigan The (Irnnd Rjplds
coiioiiiMrecclyiHl Its 1911 demonitra
tor the other tluv It was unloaded
tendeily, mid filled with gasoline and
oil bcfnro a cloud of admiring motor
ists Tho mininger of the (Irand Hav
Ids compali) Invited several of the
bystanders la gel in and havo tho
first rldelu, tho lull tuiirlng car
I. .1. Hobliisoii ono of tbe Hud
son Company's district managers was
on hand to witness the "33V Initial
appearance In Grand Ilnplds. After
Mr. Woodcock nnd his olh'r friends
got in the car, Itoblnson cranked tho
motor and look his seat beside the
dilver Mr .Woodcock over anxious
to linio the car start off il'jht mil
niakr the best Impression possible,.
i.iitii(. ii.iiitv in nun iiuitiiun ii-ii
the cnglno nppiientlv stopped
"I wish cut wou'd crank he
ngiln," ho said to itnh'nson
"What for7" said ltoli.nson
"Why tho's strp.ed," tho m.riagcr
said. , '.
"Don't fpol ourseIf about that,"
Bald Itoblnson, "The cnglup Is run
nlng as flno as can b? I guess vou'ro
not lined to Bllent cars "
Tho (Irand Ilagdds man was sur
prised, hut might) well pleased
When Howard K Collin, tho design
cr of tho Hudson cir enclosed the
vnles tu mako tlnni dust iroof, the
effict was for n noiseless car as well
It frequently happens that one is not
able to hear the cnglno running oven
when stntidltiK close bv It To nnko
nutrtuobllcs noiseless nml diip-proqf
has been one of the things which mo
tor car designers have Inen striving
after for a great min jcars Tu
havo innilo tho gioatest progress to
ward that end this season
deliver! d during tho next three
Ksv? Phnt ConiDlete.
The new vulcanizing plant of tho
Asroclntcd Oarage Is now complete
nnd tho f.iiloij cxieits whlcli mo
cmpIoed aro winking nt concert
pit h. Tho eqiilpa'ent nnd apparatus
1 lismSSsSSsSKKfOmt telMil
vw r-""wr-irrT'wtnnrMTmmmrwm ii WTsam vte-wa' m
m'r ,s ( . . iih in wjj . sssssk. sir naaBjKii v.sssssn imtt "" s m m m m . rr i
layiJMi r if i iv ifinmjmmjf . iB("iBiinifiv, vr h h ih m i ri'twi r
sjj II goei over any route II run on no icncduie eicepl the otvnrr'i will. Jt wkiij S?3
Wnro TTnilK'ns Here.
C Jones Is nfo nmonrf thouewr Yetcrdaj's Sierra brought thfco nf this plant, to siy nothing of the
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moro uutisoii ro'iusiura ior iiiu ,b'-ikiucu woi kiiicii, who iuu i.ieinry
dated (iar)igu. These enrs wero lin-j bred, mnko It the eipial of mi) on
mediately prepared for delivery to the PncTllc Coast In all but Blze. All
tho nnxlniu purchasers, nmong whom kinds of cislng nud tubo work ami
WeiVMr; Van 'VnlUonberg of tho II. even ruhljor-belilng and rubber mo-
cliaulial goods, can be turned out In
factory r.tjlo hero.
Pel timers of a Cadillac touring car,
Mr. Joins on his recent trip to the
nml medium caroi which nre so plen
tifully thronging' every Knstcrn city
He do Med that the C.idlllnc was tho
tur Tor him. nnd livery much pleas
cd with his purchase.
1'. Dillingham Co. and Mr. Moses of
These cars t)plfy what nil the
manufacturers are striving for, namo.
FonC-Har ford D'tingS. '', follnemcnt or detail rattier man
The.'.fOllpwIiiK ichlir't has Just heen radical1 chinge
received from tho f.rtnry by the von' The Hudson roadster1 hns proved ro
ll.imm-Yo'ing Company,1 concerning worth)
th" vvi-y-known l'ope-Ilartford cms:
'Vltfi Epccd, povyer mid endurance
' iftirmparcd h) a 173 ml u smd lint
tie, the fleet l'ojio Hartford motor
ar, v.-lilili inn l.iceu across ruo ties
The von Himni Young Company
reports business brisk also In its
lines of medium nnd low priced cars
becnure cr Its re'lnblllty and The splendid Overland and tho line
Uaud-up qiialltlea with hard usage,' Hverett, as well as tho other cars
that It has become almost the recog-, handled by this firm, nre being In
nlicd standard for small sir lommer-, iiulred nfter every dny, nud n mini
cl.it tires, and the lliidbou Motor Car her of demnnstintlons havo been
Conipnti) has hid to cam el many or- given whlcli will lead to definite sales
erl from I.oi Angclesi to I'hoenlx, ders for extra cars to agents who In a fow days.
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Daintily pleasing to the taste
is every one of the famous
Include in each morning's order to the
grocer some of Heinz's obsolutely pure
goods. There is ' ', p ir
TOMATO SOUP INDIA RELISH
i : SWEET AND piit PICKELS
BAKED DEANS ' APPLE BUTTER
npiii fiHiniuc i npn uinMrv rfamv '''.''.'
IU1I.L UUUU (LP lllUOI-l UUIIW
TOMATO CATSUP MINCE MEAT
find many others
A NEW SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED
For Sale by Your GROCER
New Flnlch On Cars.
i:.icli iiiiuiifnctiirlng season In Iho
motor car vvoild brings out pome new
ttend on tho part of tho user and
iKMinllv this i ktrong enough to guldo
tho maker wlm takes pains la keep
In close touch with the army of user
nud propaie for Its wants, Ono of the
stiongest developments of ho uresent
season has. been In tho demand for
bright nnd lilaclff nlqkel finish for thu
exposed nu'talirts o( tho rnr Hint,
in foilncr )cars, havo cltlicr been glv.
cti.u, brass flnjsli jr painted. This
demand has been" felt pirllciilarly by
Hip I'lorco-Arrow Motor Car Company
of Uuffalo and a goodly -percentage of
Its orders for new models have either
the bright or bhek nickel, known as
gun-metal specified ,for (ho radiator
front, lamps, door handles, hub caps.
It Is not thought that this Is In any
sense a fad nf tho moment since, the
demand has been Increasing steadily
for several jeiars past. Many clinuf
fours request the nickel when their
emp'o) crs nro ordering new cars .is
they hold that this finish It much
easier to keep clean nud bright than
brass which bus a tendency to be
come tarnished when exposed to thu
elements. Tho demand for this de-
l p.uftiio from tho customary h not
confluod lo niiy ono clnsso nf ears but
is about cquall) divided between the
open and enclosed vehicles. Tho
I'lerco-Anow company had anticipat
ed Iho demand for this clasi of work,
by largely Increasing tho slzo and
capacity of Its plating department
when the new factory additions wero
mndo during the string ami summer
and as n conseeii-nco was in n H)I
tlon to (urn out tho work ordered
without an) delay.
Chalmers In South.
A Chnlmeis "30" owned by r 0
Sheriff IMunrds of Doughoity Conn
ty, (leorgla, lini Just completed all
1101) mllo good roads lour around tho
Stnto of ncorglu. Out of 71 cars ca
tered In this tour, Mr, IMwards'
Clialmcis "30" was tho only ono to
go over tho official routo on Its own
lowcr and finish with a pnrrect scouv
I Sheriff lldwnrds' caivwus driven by
Deputv Sheillf J. I', Stripling of -Albany,
During this tour tho competing cars
encouutuicd a voiy sovero stoim
which necessitated tho feuding of
swollen streams and which m.ido tho
mud hub deep In places. Many of
tho cars weio put out of tho running
during tho storm, hut Mr. Stilpllup;
in his Chalmers stuck to tho routs
mid ovoicamo every oliitncle, The.
onlv control at which this car was
Into was Havniinah and (his lateness
was caused by tho dolay In fern lug
over tho Altnmaha Ulver after pulling
unrulier rnr out or n creek. Some
of Iho ether contestants who finished
! mado detours to oscapo (ho worst
places along (ho official routo hut
Driver Shilling followed tho routu
exactly, Inking every stage, of (ho
i A surprising feature or ilio run
inmlo by n Chilmors car was tho fact1
Hut II did not li.no a sluglo punc
ture or mi) tlio tiimhlo,whuto)cr dur
ing tho tour Several cars of higher
power than the Chalmerx finished
i fioin one to (wo da)K late.
A Motor Car Is Worth What It Pays You In Service
1 iidvc you ever noticed that it !s the man who
does not own an automobile who docs most all the
talking about the expense of running one?
The man who owns a car appreciates that it is
worth what it pays him in service, and that this
far overbalances what he pays for the service.
Whether a man is extravagant or not depends on
what he gets for his money. "Economy is the judi
cious expenditure of money."
If you really need a thing, you are paying for it
day by day, whether you own it or not. It would
be possible to do without gloves or an overcoat, but
the service these things render you" far outweigh
M c, price that you would have to pay for them ih
t. oney. Doing without a motor car means doing
v ithout the service which that car would give, and
a good car will render more time-saving, labor-saving,
efficiency-multiplying, health-building service
in a given length of time than anything you can
The automobile Is the most efficient private servant that
man has ever built for himself. It is ready to go at a
moment's notice. It does not have to be watched. It goes
over any route. It runs on no schedule except the owner's
will. It helps htm to entertain his friends and business
associates. It takes his wife and daughter out shopping,
calling, or to the theater. It takes the whole family out
into the country In the sunshine and fre3h air, giving
them enjoyment, and health. It is so durable that it out
wears a locomotive, so comfortable that old people and
babies can ride In it for hours without fatigue.
For $1500 you can buy a servant that will do all these
things for you and many more. What else could you buy
for.-$1500 that would give you as-much pleasure and as
much profit as this motor car? Twenty, horses and car
riages could not do It for you, nor one thousand railroad
trips. Inifact, there is no other way except with a motor
car that you can live this life and have these pleasures.
Does S1500 seem like a largeiptice to pay for. this service?
Il'i a Great Pteaiurt to Build
Even the man who bultds a
really good car at tremendous
expenso is happy in doing it.
But how much greater is the
happiness of the man who
builds a really good car at
reasonable expense, to sell at
medium prices, like .the Chal
mers! That man has a right
to be 1 happier than the other
because he has done a greater
thing. He has the satisfaction
of voffering people the' same
kind of service and enjoyment
for a lower price. That's
something a strong man can
take pride in. r c "
The designing of the Chal
mers "30" iras a two years'
task. Our designers took ad
vantage of all the most ad
vanced ideas of both European
and Amercj.n builders.. This
car unquestionably has been
the most successful car of its
The Chalmers "30" is the car
that won the 1910 Glidden
Trophy in competition with
cars twice its price and power.
The Chalmers "30" has
never been defeated In any Im
portant contest by a car of.lts
own price and horse power.
Any man who wants a car
for servicefand dots' not re
quire extreme power on seat
ing capacity for -more than five,
will find every requirement an
swered In this wonderful car.
. The 191 1 moclels are on ex
hibition .at our showrooms.
We shall be glad to give you a
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Kincr Street, Near Alakesv
Phone 3033 P. 6 Ror 101
Oodre Takes Afjency,
1 Willi tin1 Hrinlsskin of thu Mm
iluniiil VoniiK Couiun 1'. i:. IIoiIko.
. tho vipII known and oiiilar locul nil-
1 liiinobllo expert, has tiikcn up tho
nBcncj of thoXainous I,oicr carp,
.Mr Ilndgo h.13 cliiboli watched tho
ri'siills obtnlncd from tho IiIbIicsI-1
clitm Aiuvrlcau curs nnd states that
the Uizlor Is oonilni; to tho front In 11 1
slmiil) lihoiiomi'iiiil iy. Quo of tho
(Innst slumliiKs mado In lulrr Is lu
Iho miiIoiis Atlniit.i races A 1U11 six
c Under Liizier sinrk imi m Nninm. '
tier 7lll unn thu t.lllllll criinil ml 711'
raco iii 11 Kroitt Hold or sixteen sturt-l
cr. makliiK thu iilienoiuenal lueinco'
of 7216 tnllea or hour for 8S0 mllos
and lireukliiu; nil American founds
fur load ami tnuk
Mr. llodgu Is not iilolio In niluilrliiR
tho Mi111le1f11l iic'rforiuauio of Iho li
iW'V. Anioni: in-ouilm.MiL local iieojilu
thcro.ajo (Kcitleiiicnv,jho thipk
ni niucli of tho l.ozlor as Mr Ilodgi,
one of them being (Jeo H Carter who
imi Kleu lils order for n heutillfti!
ltlll IjiiIct four-cj Under car equip
I oil Willi I In' Iniesi tK3 torpedii bid)',
nnd 1I10 iilhor. A W rmlui ht has
iilileivd n spleiidlil font oWln-U-. .o-
zlor oimipiieii wild tiie fjinuus llrlnr
Mr IIuiIko expects ihco cars to
K'lirli II01111I11I11 ultlllli tho noil tun
or tlueo weeks when Ihsj mo bound
to cif.iio a cifut stir
From Far Places.
Among tho recent lsltorg nt tho
Clialiuurtt plant recently wero J. A.
UlackIei(jo pn4 A. U Pelton. Noth-lnirc-r'
strlklnE -ttbout thb namea'ln
llioiutuhcs but when the two eeutiV
iiif.i todo out to the Chalmers fac
loly In the sariio motor car they rojV
lufetited two'oxrenio iarU of North
An.jrica. Mr. UlucklodKo calls Mpxl-'
"' Clly Ills homo while Mr. l'elton Is
11 resident ct Kentvlllo, Noa Sco
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Tho Ohio llceuso number crarrtod
In Ijirrj- Injolo ror Iho Chalmers car
ho cot nt the close or the basouall'
season. Is 381 This Is thu battlui,
iiu'iaKo no liad, liouco thu arrange-.
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