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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 18. 1911.
IB .EL lM.o ?o . suid. fsndcrs The Two Greatest Cars on Earth for the Money 1911 MODEL E. M. F. STUDEBAKER, 30 H. P. TOURING CAR, BABY TONNEAU OR ROAD- . STER. EQUIPMENT INCLUDES: MAGNETO, HEADLIGHTS AND GENERATOR, SIDE LIGHTS, TAIL-LIGHTS, WHEELJACK, TOOLS AND HORN. . 5 PASSENGER TOURING, 4 PASSENGER BABY TONNEAU AND 2 PASSENGER ROAD STER, Each $1000 f.o.b, Factory THE 1911 FLANDERS STUDEBAKER, "TWENTY" 4-CYL, 20 H. P., 100 IN. WHEEL BASE, 32 IN. WHEELS, SEATS 2 OR 4, REAR SEAT REMOVABLE, MAGNETO, OIL AND CAS LAMPS, GENERATOR, TUBE HORN, TOOLS AND JACK. Price, $700 f.o.b. Factory THE E. M. F. AND FLANDERS ARE GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY FOR ONE YEAR. REPLACEMENT OF ANY BROKEN PART MADE HERE NOT NECESSARY TO SEND BACK TO FACTORY. The Greatest Automobile Values the world has ever seen. Demonstrations at ii'iutliii'i '3 cl El , Merchant St., 5 Honolulu ASSOCIATED GARAGE HAS MANY IENIS-1 pecked). r.tor-d there open-eyed un til lie explained In a most mailer of f if OPARTil HANDLES CAR AND READY FOR REPAIR WO If manner: I " 'Oli, wo always c.irry dynainlle I when we start out, on a trip. We I have In bla.'t our way through, some I times, when we get up in the moiiu- tain passes.' " His tilings are predicted for tlie As sociated fhirage under the new mnn ut.M', Frank K Howes, who lias been in the automobile business in Honolulu with tin" llnnim-Voim;: Company nis a salesman for ovi'r two years, and w!;U lias grown up In the Industry, bavins; lieon connected with it for near ly ten years in different capacities. Improvements Made. The Improvements In the garage made necessary ly the extensjon of Bishop street toward the .waterfront, thus cutting off a portion of the bulbi ng, are nearly completed, and within as short time every department will bo at rights nnd everything moving along smoothly. Cars Handled. ' l'ii ree-Arrow, Chalmers and Hudson elirs vill he the ones handled, as It is believed these are the host that money call buy. Their popularity in Hawaii is steadily growing, and the number if them seen on the streets of Hono lulu anil on the other Islands is con stantly on the Increase. The Hudson especially has taken n strong hold on the buying public, bo- ihsy the lowest price car which Is nan- Mr. Howes, who assumed charge of the garage this week, Is well known in tlie automobile Industry of Hawaii, and lie promises patrons that they will all the time receive prompt and courteous attention. Tire Repairs. ' An important department of the As rbi lilted Is the tire repair department, where all kinds of tire repairs can be done. An owner can come Into the garage with n bad tire, have n new one put on, and his old one will be returned to him within twenty-four hours, in proper shape. Cars on the Way. There are six new" Hudsons on the way from the factory, three touring ears, two demi-tonneans and nneroad "'or, all of which will be In the garage wlJJIblh two weeks. ' fine O-Sfi rieree-Arrow will nrrivo within a. short time, which is one of the finest cars ever on the streets of the city. Special Improvements. To facilitate coming Into and leaving the garage, new doors are being built. There will be an entrance Into the re pair shop and one into tlie garage from ft'silfiop street, and in order Hint every thing may move smoothly, the exit ftom tlie garage will be through the door on Merchant street. This will en dble patrons to come In tlie llishop street intrant-' and leave by Merchant street without the trouble or hacking or turning around. California Next to New York In the Number of Autos. NEW YORK. There me about 5iil,l)i (I licensed automobiles In il.se in the United Slates, according to statistics given out by ih0 National Highways Protective Association The s'.atos which lead In this census are: Now York CAM!) California 40 000 Massachusetts 3,ft:i0 Illinois 35,000 I'chiikj lvnnl:i 34 OHO Ohio 32,000 Iowa 31,500 New Jersey 20.000 Michigan . Indiana . . Wisconsin . Ncbr.isk i . Missouri . Connecticut s :m l n.ooo 1(5,000 1 4,500 13.000 1 1,000 groat deal of ground, trips lasting a week. Dynamite on Auto. Some motor car manufacturers go to groat lengths to provido complete equipment for their cars, hut ac cording to Montana standards even the nios t liberal of them do not go far enough. A I'iorce-Arrow repre sentative, who has just completed a trip "through that stsilo, in writing from Great Kails says: "I find that out here the Pieroe-Ar-tows arc owned mostly by men whose properly Interests are scattered and who find It necessary to cover a some of their Ranch owners will pick up several of their foremen and make long trips of inspection. The equipment on our cars is, I be lieve, moro comprehensive than on any car on the market, but. it docs not go far enough when this part ot the count i y is concerned. ' "Here every private garage has Its set, of block nnd tackle and shovels hanging on tho wall, ready to tie packed on the running boards, but II seemed to me that' the limit in the way of equipment, hud come when the owner -of a car started out tho other morning with a couple of sticks of dynamite in one of the side door. Packaid Tracks at Auto Show. The Packard Motor Car Com pany's exhibit of motor trucks dur ing the Kccond week of the New York automobile show In Madison Sqiiaiu Oii'UHii, January Hi to 21, is ft coiiiprehcii'.ive display of e.omnier ial vehicles of diiToient types. It. occupies nearly r.000 square foot' of iloor space i:i the central nrena of the Garden. The exhibit consists of five "three lonners." and three "Thirties." Tlie latter are shown, respectively, as a police patrol, a lire squad and chem ical wagon and a light delivery. These are comparatively new fields for the Packard "Thirty," hut in each ono their Introduction gives promise of groat success. The Pack ard "Thirty," by reason of its high oltV iency, Is particularly well adapt, ed to patrol, lire, ambulance and oth er municipal and public service, while surely no one has any doubt that the same Packard "Thirty" makes a pretty effective delivery wagon. One reason that the Packard "Thirty" ns n delivery wagon is brought to the public attention. Is because of the excellent opportunity there is to rebuild used Packard cars Into delivery wagons and thus obtain high-class commercial .-are at a mod erate cost. Several" large users of commercial vehicles have done this, ns, for Instance, Marshall Field & Co., in Chicago. The patrol wagon exhibited is practically tlie sumo us the Packard patrols which have en tirely replaced horses in the Detroit patrol service and the fire wagon Is n duplicate of ono recently delivered to the fire department ot Indianap olis. The three-ton tin ks displayed, of course, do not begin to cover the wide range of body designs whereby this truck Is made adaptable to ninny lines of lmine."-'s and individual needs. All of the trucks shown, how ever, are interesting typei of trucks uod in practical, everyday hauling. First of all, there is a standard chas sis. Then there is a truck for the Pioneer Warehouse which shows a large moving van bod v. A special builder's truck for Willson & Adams shows how Packard trucks are equipped with nop.t or loading bodies. The arrangement Is similar to the bodies previously built for depart ment, stoics, such its those of John Wanamaker and Kaufmann Brothers, but it. is novel in one respect that the loading box Is a complete body j f ii Itself and is not nn inside cage. .The other two trucks are one for Walz &. Zerwick, having an open body e?.pe:,'ially r.uited lo brewers' hauling, and a covered truck for Iaiiiiii'I Scii.s & Co., wljich is typi cal of enc!o.:ed trucks '-'for general merchandise in many lines of busi ne.v, wiieie load.s vary hi their char acter. Wcrcnn Dives Ecnt Car. There is lit) question .about the growing importance of woman iu every (lav hiisiuo:-s affairs of the world. The American woman is es pecially progressive. Mrs. Frank Perry of Conlingsi. Cal.. is nn excel lent example of t li Is. She drives a Chalmers "Forty" touring car be tween Coalinga and the oil fields', in the rent servi o, and probably has the distinction of being the first woman to enter this Held. the Kmplro, Rljnii Sssvoy, Park a.ul - In the refection of ofllenrs I he f.iilow-1 The hoard of direct us made a wise orpiiciim incaucs under one maiii:;c nient. Tlie offlceis and director! are cn tbii.slaft ic over their plans for a ti bc! or gs.t le of ainii.'.eiiK ills for Ho nolulu. A lrvli slsind ird of talon! I; promised villi a helteer service of moving pel mo filnn. The lie:: is none loo good, is Ih nig will look nf or the we no of cn'iib'iie 1 lhe.it res. i'reslderl. ,1. C. C h n; v'ci prr-si-doit .1 ,T. Scti'ly; treasircr, Hubert W. f-'hing'e: -""'ret l'V, II. Ho cube:'..;; nii'Mli r A V,'. Movers. The b'l ird ' T directors ino'n.lei thr-foilo'cii-g- Ter .1. C Cohen .1. T. !-'ciil y If Ros"nlie g. R '""'in ''I I TV Hen I v a; general manager of the combine! playhouse''. sdi gan Ilia! In.-, been pass ed arnnn I Wa'tc;- !i "!;". A. M"-;i.in. If the Si n.ite npprnvesi Hie plan, ii II iiancial protectorate will be establised by the t'nilcd Slates over ilomluru'i. The President will send lo the Senate :i treaty embodying this proposil ion Co.'ig hm which lias lie u m gntlati l by the State 1 'epart nient. Wireless on Automobile. Manager I.. V. Lynch of the Cali fornia Speedwell branch has received tho following account of an interest ing wireless test: Wireless telegraphic communica tion from a moving automobile lias just been successfully accomplished by O. P. nuldetneisier nnd R. P.. Pre-j hie on the streets of Portland. ' I Many attempts had previously bee?! made, but in all cases the vibration from the motor of the cars used ren dered electrical csnnmimicalinn im possible. In this tost a small portable wire less plant was insl ailed on a seven passenger stock Speedwell car, which was selected because of its almost v!hrationless motor and smooth, easy motion when traveling oyer thc! s'roets. j (round ' connections were made., through the frame of tho car vlth aj movable wire running from tho bun to the tire chain grips. The Speedwell ear carried six p is j scngers and incrsagcs were rent to Portland newspaper office. Resides! j the address and signatures, this nuss- sage was sent: "Wireless working successfully." nnd this answer reee'v-j ed: I'Olad to hear of your success") Copies of the message rent and re-1 eel ved were made in the ns wr cari and tallied absolulely with mono at the newspaper office. officerTare NOW SELECTED At the conclusion of a gVi"ril mold ing or the Honolulu Amnaeni"nl Com pany held yest- rd iv morning th i of ficers who will guide tlie destinies r the newly-formed theatric il combine were oho. en. 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