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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, MONDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1910.
lave Monev when ballooning iFiNOS cuss woeo ijj J WAS TB1ED HEHE1 SUPPLY INCREASING Leather HIS ulli 11! u. vs. MB Tragic Flight ot Van Tassel! : investigator Says lOO.OCOHave King and Others Witness Been Invented Since 1380 by A ,'. 1 a of His Last Leap. the English Speaking. if? fill liiia Of? m find tees r ! ,'. !'i.':'l , -; t e (on vc: ;.i..t,,., : QUICK REPAIRS J'.mktn ;" .-c- replaced ipiick an accurate w,.rk. Spe-ial h-iises r.-uls-l to or'.lor. Broken frames repaired prom ptl y. I 1:1! ; c T W'jr i ft Sfea-.. f. Jj ii fimriii mJ II -Wear iiol m no c 1 l. A. N. Sanford Optician. Boston Building Over May & Co. A . BLOM DRY GOODS Fort St.Opposite Catholic Church ALL MANNER OF Electrical Work Leave Orders With Us. UNION ELECTRIC CO. Harrison Building. TiTouNCE" of preveWveT , T ii, v. .: ;i: . al'iiiir a- - It., an:: 01 i.ao an ;.pw;.rd. iu.ated a" 1 w - . were i-lnwii.j; that t iw.-rl.t M ii-i"r: unity t !'. a uiiii'ii it i i -1 t a height t !:.: Fort Street Wtwvn the and six th.u;t!:d j'.-.-:. 1 a' huiloun i:iv cauiit t ! tor, a- i! th" t!:id' win. I and commenced .it-: iovi v towards t he sou; Lwcst. j t . 14 fniT j-tilin't. a; wiiirh jmii:; :t aad Wt-n arnuii-d ly tbf afroiiuut he would ..-lit .'...so iind t.e-lli l..s .l.-sr-iit.j .hi(1 a.l.rifi,, u-,-,. v-i.-ii.ns. an.l 'I'iaaiands ,, ni-turni'd lac-v wutehe.l; , .1,.,,, 1 '. v. r-i-r ww tia- artions ot the latr-ja.d aiid darai- a lit ;i u .,rv .ni,i !,r,.,.(i,.!;ii t,,( professor aad the Taou-ht. even ta.-a. ,.t .,v,,r.ii;,. ,., ;is' i at lr n. J as that he w.iuid m:t:- i,:s d.-.-.-ht m, . . Thi. m,.,r,.n of the rir.ot ions. " sai'.'ty. Slowly the Luliooi, fas-ed ai,i , ,,t t heai. is vx.-ee,; ni,: v dan I . ... .1:.. ill.. - ... . ' 1 1 l'""M 1,111 ,r,.r,,,!s. R i.Hti.-irous -o,-ietv a man Ms ratre l,v -ae'el nr ioKt. in: 1' j 1 i v ilied smdeties h.- i- t r 1 'idieu to 'rjdo so, anl in n'i)-i'i!H'!:i ' lie nrast c-t I reliet' l.v '.vi':i '"I e..sTlv a.eat 11. w (,,.) it was 'no 11. w- j pe 1 s, e.'iused a of a-: :;;!:. ir . ..ad eaiia.-a t t were appea.e.i i'.,r th-;r t W aad all ti.ev deeided that 1 iu.-r. .!. I'., was risrht. I: was trae. as h.. i,a i said, ilia; the 'nere aet uf swra: in j was ,i.t a pa a is : a ' 1 le (,il'e':e aader :he ;a w ot Kno;ai!.i. Then the interview e: .iae!,t iu-r a a t leu 1 ; ies. a v th- Halt '.more Sun. and here they i!:et witli iresh .-'..i'I'Vim-s. j',,r s(.p!ne ot .r.l -it.. I 1C:T ' stlp.t u InTf it Was, di-rern liiie. now a o i-i.n-.-i am heine; up three miaiites. t hat i':ote( .lee had at last out louse. ehoer upon cheer was ;iven this eon pletion of the promise i.ve'i that. 1'arachute jump would In- made. 1 !u parachute, however, m-tead ot f-otn I o ma a' swearing would he to filli W I a-viutti with balj it; a' nan'.acs. Savages Reject Mere Words. !.';, an- Sold by All Druggists. It rnn mn' t.A at nn uniif lini'i- front it:-', as was hotied. ilirect! v earthward.; falling and restore it to its youthful s. emed on the contrary to hae l.fvn! "-re we h:e made state:., efts s, arJDearanee, vou must use caught l.v the trade wind and lifted i ol.Mou-lv tru- that they ?weep t In ,,, ,.-.,r,l .,,,,1 dra're.' r-itdd!v to t'loutiers nt p;atltudes. Anion- sitv- gm. FACHECO'S DAiNDETJFF KILLEi. ' V 1 tV ' ,., ' " ' a-e, the,v U no develop,,,,,, of the And now commenced a ra.-e l.otwven. 1 :in 01 searr.-. i-i n- simjae .,asoa the i-alloun and parachute ;., wa rd. ' t hat -aa -"'Miiui.iy rel.ete their r jj t : etji 111 : -1 a s :i. aou.:ciot- i in.i; ni-in. t;th Af ri-aii Zulu rest ra : tied hy lu be e.m:l; in hei-ht with 1 he U,L,un. i.rin-i. :aa- e,s ,,,u ..im-,,,.!, ,, drop til leelltl's Hi . Ill.l!.:ie;- j ll-vais .1 iiii- s the .av;l. till spectacle. Havin- as ovt ev,.ell I no ade,uate ..-a nu ' a i v of prot-m:ty,i i.a.oars the -ial th-re no ae i s ,-, , , ,,,,-a;: 1,1- r.-!:, a .ort ,a 'lor assist;,,,,-,., the .a ra.-'aut '' ;l woa.ati- U rather t!.: e, e speak a f- w u HAWAIIAN DEVELOPMENT CO the paracaute witu Its pvinj irei. t.,r the lirs- few minutes a p; .a - t. We have recently bought and have now in our case some marvellously beautiful articles in finest leather. These will be appropriate for Christmas and while they are inexpensive, as such things go, they bear the stamp of excellence, elegance and usefulness. Our leather goods have always been admired by persons of refined taste. This year the assortment is larger and includes goods for ladies as wrell as gentlemen. Suitcases fifrnished with Toilet Articles of superior quality; Collar and Cuff Sets; Indi vidual Necktie and jewel Cases; Cigarette Cases; Valise Tags with opening for card; Soleleather Trunks made for rough handling; Morocco Money Cases; Leather Watch Fobs; Cigar Cases; Stick Pin Cases; Traveling Sets for ladies; Week-End Bags; Toilet Sets in genuine English Pigskin Cases; Individual Necktie and Handkerchief Cases. M. fVDcDNElRNVo Lido Limited. 8TANOENWALD BUTLDINO. F. B. McSTOCKEB, Manner. P. O. Box No. 868. Cable: Derehif The iliithi outer i-i'oy, cii ite. on ; provi-.oa l is nnW twi is reached, stop! a;, u the bailoon. DRINK WAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE BEST IN THE MAEKET. HENET MAT & CO. Phone 1271 a " ho- which .. - his ra-.-. id of K It he can -a no swears. 1 1 At !a-t he drops! 'Ti- just twenty- in tluit am-aaoe. nine minutes and eighteen 'seconds past jiaau'ored he .-an two oYlo.-h I-rof. Joe Van Tasseil : 1 ho J-ti-'il- lan-uajre Jewelry Watches Silverware None Better Made. None Better Can Be Made. J, A. R. Vieira & Go. 113 ITotel Street ieino the n minutes and ei-hteeri see- . tongue ot tue most civil.?.- l race's, is nds in he a r and has sailed over n.daidv preeminent in prut an. ty. lis near:v jiv.- mlie of s.,:,,.,.; p is oniv vocabulary of cuss words m fact is so ,,j,.v,n min-ites 'sjn,.,. ,, sj.ook onornious that t.o shitfi- man can ever h-imls w'-th a friend a i'um-hbowi Hill hope to master it. It has special ,,) Kaliii'i ('erases to n.e, t a- possiiiie emergencies and exi-encies. idioms to fit every con h,. ,;,;,. a e. iabie mood ami pa ion. A man aittiv miaiit swear in i.iiumi j i:ii ii"n un. a sil.;, w'tia r b i. . w ue is mi t ae wat-r oc FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS o Of q srr iina'-s atterwar rot'ind t'ortn ';), ; -,, th.. crowds th:,- line tin- the eta.-., ot doom and s;ul never that -warm in t .he riooiti- ,,f peat an ..at .-ss,-js. Wl o!,-ai;ed i i a s s e s . N i 11 :l 1 1 leW I'll ,r inT' Tw, !-. t! for each vi-ar sees the nea:lou am! a'eej'tanre of a larsr lumber of new ones, it h is been est;- I : m a i-'i. mi tact. T n.ii iu ay ii"'.iru nae Kahihda'o a;,i been invented SM.ci' the year ls,. f II. It. M. S. Es- Many d 1 ones. ,,f cour-e. lao into ! u the harbor entranc . and i'b o tnd.- eac'a y.-ar. bi;t the -em ral I ,,,,-;,.,,( -!,e a.-rotoii:- store m::- be constantly incia-asitip. ..,war i. Tie vach' H i wa : i ' When the New York Sun. half a d-.?.ea j o-,d Head w'-i; h; ecd- ; .v. ai's a-.,. , :ivo to cmpie a com- j ini--er ,,f ti:-' it;-. r:or o'liplo'e i.crioTarv ,, f p ro f a :i it ;. the enter- J 1 ad : the ri -;tv of mereiv ticrt .1 I .an. j I-ibet ' In " A Tramp Abroa,!" th- late Satn- j ,itr,- ... t .. I'ietneiis (Mark Twa n'i poitited! 0,0. ..:-t ti..- comparative poyer-y of the (b-r j i .i.. .... . .1 ,. ... e 1 ,, . 1 1 i -i . vsf ; , ,;-v s,v,r wore.-. Jt W'i- 1 a pos.j 1 r ' ,r;i I'ti-, tor a lerinan to . at;e :':ieu.-v, t T t'.ie jTol'a'ie 1 of I... tm-'ve totioue was ; ; , h ldisi.. p.,.,;, ;il s :;vu,il, ; .1 , V: :'. v.-. Mr. I I Adv. r I '.I'.tl. GEORGE A. MARTIN Fashionable Tailor MASON).' TEMPLE. wa o ; i 1 : . i 1 , a t YV. Scandinavia Belting HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.. Asahi & Co. H. MATSCJTO Contractors anl Brdlder? irou-sc Paint in S. P.xt Ilaii'rs Tvphone H-'m - -203 Beret aula St. Mark T'.vaiu's rrcfn-enoo. Long Waiting Lists in 137 Cities Show How the Nation Regards the CADILLAC 30" Over and above the thousands of 1911 Cadillacs already delivered, two thousand people are, at this moment, patiently waiting for the car of their choice. It seems to us that -we may -well be pardoned for pointing to the positive, unswerving character of this Cadillac demand. , It is a national conviction, so firmly grounded th at Cadillac dealers, of their own initiative, are invest ing in splendid new Cadillac retail buildings for 19 11 a total of more than $2,500,000. New York, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Providence, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Milwau kee, Burt'alo. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Denver, Toronto, Seattle, Vancouver, B. C, Jacksonville, New Or leans. Houston, Rochester everywhere the same clear-cut disposition to ignore the claims of any other cat save the Cadillac. You will find none of these two thousand Cadillac buyers looking with envious eyes at costlier cars. You will find none of them tempted by the vacillating market of lower-priced motor cars. But you will find ia every large city in the co untry, scores of men who have owned higher-priced automobiles, in the past, driving 1911 Cadillacs. Between the two extremes stands the Cadillac, solid as a rock in public esteem. It is the foremost exponent now, as it was the first four years ago, of the policy of attaining the mini mum price by large production, without abating one iota of excellence. Uncertainty among those who buy above the Cadillac price; and uncertainty among those who huy below it; but none among those who buy the Cadillac what does this indicate to you? 167 PARTS AND 191 OPERATIONS ACCURATE TO THE 1-1000 OF AN INCH OR CLOSER OUTSIDE THE CADILLAC NEITHER HIGHER NOR LOWER PRICE CAN BUY SUCH STANDARDIZATION Do you know why 137 cities show long Cadillac waiting lists? Do you know why 2000 people are content to wait upon Cadillac deliveries? Do you know why they are not attracted by cars of either a higher or lower price? Because the nation has acquired motor wisdom because it knows that neither high price nor low neces sarily indicates value:- Because the nation is learning to know that no price can compensate for lack of standardization. Becanso the Cadillac, with 1G7 parts and 191 operations accurate to the 1-1000 of ai inch, possesses" in this standardization an indispensable quality for which there is no substitute. L.t.st year we pointed to 112 parts accurate to 1-1000 of an inch. We said that this accuracy was the one element which justified a $..000 price and that the Cadillac possessed it hi a higher degree than any other car. We said then and thousands echoed it that tere was no better motor car value in the world. This year we come to you with the grand work of synchronization, harmony and perfect alignoent puhed stili further toward perfection. :h7 parts in the 1011 Cadillac and 191 operations accurate to the M0"1 of an irch. That means a degree of standardization equalled by no other car in the world. Do you find an explanation now for the extraordinary conditions described in the foregoing portion ;f this announcement? Do yeu appreciate vby the Cadillac is immune f-om the competition of cars cf bicher or lower pris-7 JOHN NE1LL ENGINEER. 13', v.-r-h'-in' Stffr Mm hin--TT Kopa.-c-i. Shla and ' mn B a. fcvi.i hi: 'iA-tsl'd ; i n es OXFORD CREWS TRAIN FOR ROWING RACES ?3 oooiawn Manoa Valley Sec CHAS. S. DESKY Calendars rS - S .V . '''", rice $1700 f.o.b. Dctri&t (Foi:-d-',r T or.: Car, Ex. Cb re .v m a s .e:;d--rs - ii "... ll iw::i: S-.'v.th Seas Curio Co. Young B'.d. '''' Torpedo. Sier.n; Cotne. S21?.S-' Price 51700 f.o.b. Detroit or:.". I. :-:tt) , -.v.r gs n S3tJ CADILLAC MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 1. r run; r paten-) THC VON HAMM.YOUNG CO., LTD., Agents. sJ