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von Hamm-Young Company Reports Large Volume of Bus
iness Pope-Harlfords and Cadillacs "etain Favoritism.
'Ih on llnmiiiounR Company
ft inn Ih the tlMnuiid fur the wonderful
I'uikiird uirs tu li im print ax cir.
In fin t, It In luirtnxliiK nil the t line
This Ih no tt mulct, ispdlally nfttr
tin- miraculous ruord made by tho
I 'in km il Six," tthkli prutcd n tvln
iii r mill the KIhk f (lie HouO the
llrxt tear it niunril on the inartat
Tin fnllnttlllR ilatn Jllxt rioiltid
In tlm tun liuniiii-ouiiK t'ompim
linni tlu I'ukiird tailor) will no
'limit ) (,r Intirext to uutomoblli.
tin huh In Honolulu
(in lnrili ji.th Altnn T Culler,
the IliiMnn iiRuit of tho I'lLknnl Mo
tor I'nr Cninptin), ttlrul in bin urikr
for 10 I'.iilinrd Hlxps',. tthkli Is do
Inir IniilniKM nt tliv rate of $'.0,1)00 oi)
n tlnv
Ijirl) flmiriH or the 1UIJ riBlxtrn
Ilium In Mnxxaihuxt tt kIiow nonrlv
tttlu as iiinn l'ltiJttirdH an tars of
nut mini make
Aftir InttxtlKiitlni; u tinnilHr of
mndtls, mill trliiK out tnrluus inikts,
Mr I! M Wood, (ho will known
ilrlttr, ttlio lias his stand nt tho
hiiiib Hotel Atitu Htnriil nircliue
n 1'UJ-slx itlhulir 7-piixxiliKtr I'mk
nr 1 tunrlnK ur
'I III" Ih tin first of tln I'ucknrtl
HIxih tthkli has muhi Into the lint
Kirtln It tn ant a tr) large in
M stint nt for Mr Wood, hut tin
ttintnl mil) tlio htst, nnil tl lit not
think Hint i Mil tlua I'lickurd Six twin
too t,ooil for III patimis
Anotlui l'ackanl ihlltery miido by
'I In on TIunnioiiiiK Company tliln
tuk ttux a llnu r.-IMKKCilKii IMiiuton
to Mi HnioliJ Cnxtle
Not mil) i ih tlm rutkard ('mu
ll in) n buxlniss In pleasure uirxlmn
phi nonuniil lint ulxn tin ir trink Iiiih
Iiiohi Iiiih tnki n Ir meiuhiux Mrldtx,
hIiouIiik; Hip popularity of the huh
Im to llii'lr nllilillit) nnil Iliu tcon
oin) of npeiiillni;
MiiiliuitM in llnttnll lute linn
Iom I) itutihluu- tin ili'tilnpnn lit nnil
1" lie it Inn or (hi' mil Iilli' timk A
iinmliii of tin in lint i' nlii'iiil) Mihxtl
ttilul automobile iltlltir) for hurst
ilinttn MhkliH, nnil a uuiuhf t of
1'aU.nril truikx inn nott In set n In
lonstmit line on the struts or Hono
lulu In n loiter Just roriittnl h) the ton
llnium-YniinK Ctimpui) froni Hie
J'.itkniil Motor Cur Cnuipih), a bui
Ulll lilt a h i;lt II of tile llli ri nnlllK
populnrltt of tho l'.nknrd trmkH
'I he litli r li ids iih lollottH
' .Slilpmc nln of I'm kind tunkx In
Mimli turn SI pi r nut luriri I thin III
ant putloiiH uioiith .SiiIih or Turk
nnl triickH In Muuli ttoro Co p. r unt
rientir than the corrispondlnu
inontliH liiHt )iur Wouroiiuit ittilt
Iiir more npiiit inihrs from irltkul
his Inijirn thin ut mi) Hum shun
, I'uekurd trucks ttire placed on tho
lilaiki t '
'I'aikiinl tniokx me lit Im? uxiil In
I lf.l dlxtlutt llnis of truile 'Hie tliru -
toll h7o Iiiih liullt up Hie bulk of thin
jhuslnixx l.imt full uftir two )mrn
i or !XierlimntliiK. the llrxt ttto-toti
truck ttns plicul on tin inarkit Thli
HlOlll I ttllH UttlptOll lit OIUL ittul with-
lout iiuchHou tlm onler Iii-Iiik pluu i1
ijor inontlm iihniil or poMilile ilult -
tries K'uufiiialili Hindu rn or 1'ltK-
Iiuik, nfttr ixinllilno m till thru -tun
1'uiknrilH putthnHeil ttteltt of tlio
ttto-tou inoiUI ttithout liutlnK "im
a tltuioUHtiiilor
L'niltr Hie extrtine toiulltloiiH pre
Millluir ilurliiK tln ttlutir, not u hIiikI'J
I'mkiird triu k, ho fur n tt lutto
konttii ttiib lu ll up on uicount of tho
tttuthir
All of thlch cx)laliin In ptrt tth)
oour new uliopi tiro turning out tlvo
truckH in a tint lu mi ultuupt to ktcp
up with tlu; oiilirn"
Duy Pops-Hartford.
The tMll-knottn IiIkIi pottir mid ro
1 In I llltv or the t'ope-llurtroril found
anothtr inthUHlaiit this wiek In Mr
I.cIiIicuh llorilirn, ttho ptirihuxtd of
the on Hiiuiiu-nuiiK I'mupuuy u
liiautlfnl B-pnHHiiiKir l'hncton .Mr
I lurclt n, u iiatlto of AuHtralln, In
tourliiK the IsIiiiiiIh, ami ho Iiiih not
found a morn ikliHlitrul ttn) than h)
liltlnir tho 111:111) iliiiruiH of llnttnll
ncl In his pottirful motor itir, ttlikh
hi liu.i l.i pt on the ko loustuutl),
liurill) Kit Ink It time, fur (kmilim- up
Mr llorilirn Ih uichuutid ttlth our
illmati, mid after HptndluK li few
ttttkM on tho IhI iiuIh Im hitmcln to
ko to Japan for u xhort May nnil N
tin tl loiuliiK li'irk to Honolulu for a
furtlur Inikflnltt! Htii) hire
'I he hliiMHH-l)ur)ia Coiupiuy, tho
plonur hulliliiH of Aintrkiiii hix il
luikr turn, nnil om or tlu oliltHt unto
luohile inmiuruituif rx rtroiihtl a Hulo
HiIh punt ttuk thioui'h the ton
Jlntiilil- otlliK Coinpiu), of u lt it ut If ll I
7-piNHtiiKu, Moiltl AA 0-iplliKlir
tuuiliiir ml, In Mr C II Cooko
111 lOUIllltloil ttltll tlllM Klllll it li
liitiritliiK to nolo that the Cooko
rmull) tiiM ono or Hit III nt to hit t nt In
.Sletuih-DiiDni! tarn nbuut uttin
)iiim nf,o 'ihlH IliHt cat ttlileli they
puriliai il uiih a 4-i)lhukr Mmkl It,
ami It Ih still lumiliiK nml ilolliK xat
Ixruilor) tlrk
AiiioiikM nilur suits mule durlUK
tilt ttttk li)' till) Mill I lnltllll- liullt
('milium ttiiH a line llttlo runulimit
to the lilHliop Hstato Ulllill Ih to ho
iiHtil h) tlit.li eiislnetr, Mr C W
Spll or Nuulllnlll, Kuuiil
'J lie Cadllhi Ik nttriittlm; iih iiiiipIi
attention an tttr. and net era I t n
HiiihI ihHo purtluiHtrs nlo ualliiiK
iKtrlt Tor the next tarloail to reach
Honolulu '
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Hut Dun mm, Heuddir I) D, nilnla
ter, Ilcv Anion A Ubirflok, usiocluto
inlnlittr
9 CO ii in lllhle Hthool WilllitiiA
tlonen, Hiipirlntmili nt
10 lloittortli lllbk cl ikh ror )Ouii(,
ptople Condutlul by tho nHFoilate
inlulHttr
10 10 Adult HUtliiHt ror nun nnil
ttoinin LonduiuSFii) Itn I' H hi ml
dir
11 n in MiirnliiK ttorhlp Struion
b) tho nilnlitir
fl top lu Clirltliin Hndintor inn t
lliK How Shall I Sin ml the huii
hnth'" I 1) Canlltld kiuler
7 10 p in KtinlliK ttornhlp Thtrt
ttlll bu no Ktrtko III Hilt tburcli this
iMiilnit MeinbtrH of tin mourn' i
Hon are urited to unit ttlth tin otlitr
cliiirihis lu u union t tmiKtllHtlt mitt
IliK lu tlio llljou 'Ihtatir I'ln Mm
liters tjunrtit ttlll furnlKh tin iiiii
nil, and Uct Mr 'ihonuiH of tin guar
tit ttlll prtaih
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTI8T.
Suiiil i) Hirtlct'H Hundny xilmul at
V 45 a in for )ouiik pioplo under JO
Jiura 1.1SHOU Hirinon at 11 it in ,
Ktilijcit, 'i:irlimtltii; I'uulxhiniiit
Wtdnixila) ittnlns 'lixtlinonlal
initthiKH ut 8 o clock
All HirtkiH are held In tho Odd l'il
Iiihh' bulldlne, 1'ort Htrtit tthtio uIho
li free riadliiK room Ih optii to the
puhlk dull) from 11 li in to 1 p in
All nro cordially llitltul
LATTER DAY SAINTS.
ItiorKiiultil Church of Jesus (lubt
or letter I) it HnlntH KIiiit xtru t,
uiiir 1 liuninH Kiiuire
tl CO ii in Siindii) Hthool ttlth
clnsMH for atl aifth Lesson topic Jo
silk Adult llnttnll in cIuhhih for
those not acqlialntul ttlth 1 nrllxli
11 a in Moutlil) pru)ir mid min
im ut Htrtko All iiituibtrH should ti
to be present
(. p in .Inn's Ittllklo I.lttrnr) So
(lit) IttKulnr ItHnmi No I In ipi ir
I'll), on mil) thurili hMmt Mum
till mid llttrary pioKraiii and ma mil
drill on Hook of Mormon
7 "o p in lit eul in: ttouhip Sti-
moii h) Hliltr Wallti
I Also pi t ut liluii xirtlet In Hit do pi I
tint on Morris lam Kuudii) ut 7
, P in anil uiih ttenliiK iluiliic tin
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Our inexxiiKo to the pi opk Ix not
mil) InterixtliiK, but btxt or nil It is i
irno wo invito liiMxtlKiitlon nml
HtiiuiKtrs ttlll llud u In ml) ttikomi
nt all imitlUKs
'llio Pat IIU l'iii;llioorlii(; Ctnniuii)
ttlilih has tlio contract tu li it Ut tho
mitt Cooko slur) liulliltnu at I'm I
Ktieit ami ClMplalu lane jchIckI.i)
tt'ltlulictt their llrat tipplliatlmi to
, tlose uji Cliaplalu laun duijiii; liullillnj.
( opoiatlons nml pit send d iiunthoi of
ferltiK to licep a I foot psiHsam ttny
tliriniKli f i oni I'nrl In N'uu.imi slum
Tho Super) ImirH Kraiitul tlio Mctiuil
Heat resisting and positively will not stick to the casing
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Why the Whole World
Pays Tribute to the
What is the source of that mysterious enthusiasm which makes everyone speak in superlative terms of the Cad
illac? What peculiar qualities does it possess which impel the public to dismiss impatiently the suggestion that other
cars arc "as good as the Cadillac?
What advantages does the Cadillac owner enjoy, day by day, which convince him that his is incontestably the
better car?
Why do Cadillac dealers everywhere encounter a lively disposition to compare the Cadillac with the costliest cars;
but not with cars of like or half-way better price?
On what basis can we explain the phenomeia, encountered everywhere ,of men reverting to the Catl'llac, from cars .
costing two, and three times as much money?
The Primal Cause of Cadillac Efficiency
The subject la a big ono; It cannot bo compassod in a brief advertise
ment. Out tho tourco of Cadillac satisfaction can bo Indicated.
We can trace the cause; and wo can partially picture tho effect.
Let us take, merely as an example, separating it from all the rest sine,
big, littlo fact.
Every Cadillac piston and every Cadillac cylinder Is interchangeable
with every other Cadillac piston) and every other Cadillac cylmdor.
More than 400 essentially accurato dimensions In Cadillac parts are
measured down to one one-thousandth of an inch.
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Johanncon, of Eskelstuna, Sweden, is the inventor of the most wonderful
system of limit nauyos for infiniteslma lly fine measurements the world has
ever seen gauges which aro accurate to the one ten-thousandth part of an
inch.
Tho Cadillac, Company Is, and lias been for years, the world's foremost
exponent of Its ownj and of the Johanncon system.
Cadillac adherenco to unexampled accuracy antedates the Johanncon dis
covory. It goes back forty years to its inception ten years In its applica
tion to tlio Cadillac car.
So here you have the primal cause the source of that worldwide, mys
terious Cadillac enthusiasm the despair of cars which may look like, but
are not like, the Cadillac) because they have not wrapped up in them the
fervor and the lifetime devotion Inspired by an ideal.
Effects Which Follow the Primal Cause
And now as to tho effect.
How is the inherent difference of the Cadillac expressed in its outward
behaviour how does it differ and how does it surpass?
In a hundred ways) some of thorn tangible, but ever presentj many of
thorn intensely practical things you can seo and feel and know.
The first fruit of fine measurement and perfect alignment is, of course,
tho reduction of friction to thoclosest possiblo approach to a theoretical
zero.
Friction is tho worst and most relentless enemy to efficient service in a
motor car.
The defeat of this relentless enemy can be accomplished by no other
weapon known to motor car manufacture than the most scrupulous and
properly applied standardization.
Once accomplished, it carries in its train two other splendid victories.
Wear, tear and repair aro the evil offsprings of friction.
And when friction is reduced to a minimum, their cipacity for discom
fort and danger and damage is almost totally nullified.
And one and the same time, and from the same source, another splendid
benefit is conferred upon the car.
Elimination of friction means extraordinary ease of operation.
It achieves thct luxurious evenness which is supposed to be one of the
chief characteristics in cars of the highest price) and the cardinal quality for
which men are willing to pay that high pneo.
These extraordinary requisites roductton of wear, tear and repur, and
running qualities of velvety smoothnoss aro the distinguished characteris
tics of a frictionless car.
You have them in tho Cadillac because the Cadillac is the world's fore
most exponent of anti friction Methods of measurements.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., Agents
ADVANTAGES YOU MAY ENJOY AND
DISADVANTAGES YOU MAY ESCAPE
The presence cr the absence of tlio qualities described herein qualities
traceable to properly applied standardnationrend the resulting correct align
ment; qualities traceable to skilful design nnd advanced manufacturing meth
ods and the reeults of scientifc research nnd development explain
Why the owner of one enr has to crank and crank his engine to get It
started while tho Cadillac owner gots 'nto his car, prosset. a button, disen
gages the clutch and his engine starts.
Why tho owner of one ear, oven w'th a so called 'self starting" device,
enn start the engine only some of the 'me while tho Cadillac electric crank
ing device is fully as efficient and fully as dependablo as every other part
of the Cadillac cir
Why tho owner , of one car must get out often in the rain and mud
open his lamps, fumble for matches, t"rn on and regulate the gat and light
up whilo tlio Cadillac owner without delay or annoyance simply closed the
switches and tho electric lamps are lighted.
Why one car starts with a jerk anrf lungo while Hit, Coddlac can be start
ed off with tho cmoothness of an oeea" liner.
Why in ono ear about all the drlvec's strength is required to operate
the clutch and brakes while with the Cadillac, slight foot pressure is all that
is necessary.
Why in one car the change of gears is accompanied by a crash and a
grind, while with the Cadillac tho chango can be mado so that it Is scarcelt
perceptible, '
Why one ear is difficult to keop In the road while the Cadillac seems al
most to steer itself.
Why in one car with a steering gear winch has no provision for taking up
wean lost motion devolops. making steering uncertain and unsafe, while in
tne caclillao steering gear the adjustments provided are more adequate than
will probably be required
Why one car rides hard and stiff, the strings seem unyielding and tho
car Is less comfortable to ride In over n paved street than is the Cadillac
over an ordinary road.
Why one car may run quietly and smoothly when new but soon be
comes noisy and shakes and rattles while the Cadillac often after years of
service runt as smoothly as when new.
j 1tVuy o"? Car ru" a" r,D,,t " IbVcI road b,,t W1" It eomes to sand
and hills it has not tlio power to mako tho pulls while tho Cadillac has an
auuncfanca of power for all reasonable requirements, and with its standard
ization, the correct alignment and the substantial construction, tho maximum
of that power is delivered at the rear wheels.
r.MUY "e C"r i!.ovv on,y 8 op 10 '"''" on a aa'lon of gasoline while the
Cadillac average, 60 to 80! greater mileage.
Cad,Wa.0fr!nC,r.n,fter,a ,ew mon,h" bDl,1S t0 ev,den l" of power while
Cadillacs frequently show an improvement.
Why in one car the engine overheats and t o water boils while with
Cadillao construction nnd the Cadillac cooling system tlte causes of overheat,
ing aro practically eliminated.
Why one car emits volumes of smoko and it beromes necessary to clean
the engine and especially the spark plugs every few weeks, while the Cadil
lac with its efficient lubricating system and the accurate fit of the cylinders,
pistons and rings emits no smoke at all and frequently runs for a year or
moro without even having n spark plug removed.
Why tho oil consumption of one car is from two to four times that of the
Cadillac
Why tlio owner of ono car must bo continually tinkering with his car to
keep it going, while many Cadillac owners rarely open their tool kits.
Why one car after a few months' use depreciates In selling value to half
its onginol cost or less while depreciation in the Cadillac is reduced to an
absolute minimum
So many "WHYS" indeed, which evidence the pre eminenco of the C-id-illac
that we cannot here cite even n Until pm of them
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