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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU MONDAY, NOVEMBER
f "VS8- wfh WWW iHg IT" I J 1 p I MOTOR CARS fffliSWESE? "TEflMS UNGRATEFUL $port promoter Says They Jug gle Schedule of Games to Defeat Japanese. PORTUGUESE TEAM DEFEATS ilALUAS BASEBALL IS STILL THE SAME OLD GAME CHALMERS "30" PONY TONNEAU. ftf.A. . and M, t;eOs!!U Jiin:.r i.-ngpe s:rateful wretch.-. ;ltl.l deserve a t! Vanquished Hosts Entertain Early Players Worked All the Conquering Heroes at Luau Stunts, but Didn't Call. Them After 9 to 5 Game. Fancy Names. The 1 'tu t um;e-c league ei.ppe.f tin yc-t'T-iay with n nvcr Tin' pLii-.tati team oi the ' ahu :i lot or Hop's roa-t- " . narke them behave. Manager JS 'u jje of the A sail i nine af. of mind The self;- jt;d iy t;"se -,.ut the supreme I,,.,,,,,., when thev :,b...-a-.-d them-' !!t,,i V h,'ir '"Inn, "f ''U.ioymenf I'-.v Ni;V V(HK. November 1"). How aurels a Waialul ; many new pia.v., have been diseovfr.-u itne to-five victory ! in ! ;i r.:i ! I in the l:t Twenty years ."'i bunch, and were .a-ked the iimnisit Ive man !' .au . treated to festivities due cenijuoring Brouthers. . j hemes l.y their vanquished hosts. A I doll 't know of any real newi swell feed pii,,r to the game raided fmd m's," replied the veteran. "They! to keei. their steam up throughout tie? i ... . . .. ' -.. . i. ... .i. . .. i i ., a . ... i , , - uou L 'lo Illlit u liiai li.cv uiiin I uo II. 11 1 played l.all. There is a little differ-j !..,.,- ;,, once. e moves are made WITH mure, a!TP3 fnnu -aia iiuiv c-ieiaa.v ai,.-.-. , . , , ,,..,. f.,. t requeue v. ami teamwurK is inure cum- pint mam- of H,,., V affray, ami a 1' ML " . ' POm hat since t he nd:i ser es e nse. . 'hl,,'"s ' 80B missionary "Wi x"","''; 1 three months ago. and it whetted their '-How about t lie bunt ; - 'pentapanguisn. winch tngnt hav :.,,.,., it,.s f,,r ,u,,re. Manager Faresa "Noiiiing to that! There V a man essomed trx ollemiers nke molten ia a :.,,, ,nil.(W th:lt h ..rogation i i:n- oaehing for the New York baseball 111 they fome within range of its .,ati(1,,t for challenges" from other ball tlub who twenty years ago eouid bant this ardent inbs." biigatitg neat. inri! is a n indef a' - ; iuuulers who might like to take t!o? 11 ore skiUfuilv than m of the day- r on the field todav, and .as skillfully .ran. who Titehed for the J. A. C. as tlie experts, f,,r all that 1 can see. aiie worker in the athletic tiei.i. ami' , , ail his efforts are oire.-te.i Towaro pro- tgiinies tor tlie e.ijoynient ot tne ti.ua ()f t,i; ,-,.,,, i,-..lsn,e twirled for "You mean Latham, we may takel mblieamitiie leavers a we.i. wmie-iMip Wai:llua whiio M. r. Freita it ? ' 1 Jute it hear.ovs ail who come ur.ue. , , :s ol t f th prtutruese ' ' J eertaiulv do. This smieew p'.ayj mons tayor to attet ;inu .rao fanned six. walked six and which thev talk so much about I saw! fieir a.prr.'iat!..ii ot his i.eneneent ; 1Illw0 a eiev0!1 hits, while Pre it as init happen on the ball Held, although the; batter used to chop at the ball, rather than bunt it. 'How about the delayed steal?"' Nothing to it. Old players u-ed to fctas by showing up-when he iues , aw.)V handed out no strolls and 'fa!" , ... , 'onlv granted five hits. The Yaialuas The Asahis won the cnamp:oash.p t ; ha l .. on thp p A r Unyn m errorSi tie trst rfries n uaau .. . ..... '.-": i ,nuincr four to the latter 's fix. Near v pises this season, and this team I everything seemed to come by the half j ,)o it. .and "they used to say that they iMWimuie v. .-i. - .y." r , ( jytu v,..terdav. Wasfor first pkiee m the second roun.i ; Tiie AY a i a hia s led off with a trio of rfMtfhes. The Asahis are .l:M.;niese. j nin n fjrt whie the Por- jsj the Chinese. Sam Hop cxi'lainC'l ; tu.4,Ml wu;t,.,i nnt the fourth period jBtffday, don't want to see them yvm.j an;1 MV The Vataluas .frew a ivi re blamed idiots for taking such; chances on the ba-es. Thev weren't i so critical then about picking play- atolj putting tanev names on tlivm. it any-i thing haj.petied out of the ordinary- hjp rr vn ir tii i i t mm i- i 1 1 . . . i i . t i i i uni. u,..,r ... , - : pa r in the sixtn. ami tne Town i.ovs j t,.,r is the or.hnarv run ot luck! aofgamestogani advantage ..t th,r, i nk tw) mirl ; fhe seV)Mltll nn,i an- th(,v-,i afr,.r ti,e .ran, was over.! fc?erous nva,S by staving away ; ..th,.,- in the eighth. The YValalua team T,; stn.ak ,,t- hu,k. ailll the! After Sam Had expatiated voclter- i ...... , .. ,,, n1 fnr the letter n 1 .. . :.u ... i i, d zesncula ed violent y over . T,:in;;)t;n p,a.!i0 st,ries who makes : Tll! t -s wilat.p .d to get wilv unngues ,, the t. h,0sr aVe,,lu,. ar,d. it was said k., - . V(,ur ,u.iave1 tt.ais and saci f" t M"Ua-t'' i f , 1 vesterdav. A. Figueiro. who rlaved een- j ' ; f J th, iatu paid Hon man tribute for In- . ., . xv ..;.,,., t,,am. holds the ! 11 . ......"......,;..., I 'O - . .. ' .1 llli ll' "ilMI 1 iMi iiim. 1 iea'l. Koisowlltg is ine inieup t,n .- i Don't Think Thoughts Six Years Old Many a business man has said, 'T'm not enough of a me chanic to run an automobile, and I can't afford to keep a chauffeur or pay big garage bills to keep my car in order.". The man who says that is thinking in terms of six years ago. Six years ago such a statement would not have been so f?r amiss. The world has moved in six years, and the making of automobiles has shown more progress than nearly anything else. You can buy a real automobile now for as low a price as $1500. It is so simple to operate that yon can. and should, drive it yourself. It is so trouble-proof you won 't need to keep it in a garage and have high-priced mechanics tinkering with it all the time. Six years ago thera was scarcely a real automobile to be had at any price. Put now just look around you. See the thousands of men like 'yourself who use them constantly. Talk to your neighbor who has one. He will give you the straight tip, if you can ever get him to stop enjoying himself in the fresh air long enough to do it. There are many good cars nowadays, and any good ear made by one of the well established companies is a good investment. We are not iu sympathy with that sort of automobile advertising which insinuates that all other ears except the particular one adver tised have untried features and aren't worth half their price. A ham mer is a very useful thing in a carpenter shop, but it has always looked to us a little out of place in the hands of a salesman or advertising man. You need a car, and you won't make a mistake in buying any one of a number of makes. Of course, we would like the privilege of showing you the Chalmers before you buy. We know that we have excellent cars, yet if we can't convince you that we offer better value, dollar for dollar, than any one else, why that is our fault, not yours. LICENSED UNDER S ELD EN PATENT. Where itllse Can You Buy So Much Service for $1500 ? The public has learned that it is not absolutely necessary to buy luxury-priced cars to get all the service they want. The preference of the Chal- $lo00 Car. in motor- q o 0' ing contests and owners' hands has educated the public to this fact. The Chalmers "30" two. four or five passenger types will an swer every requirement of speed, power and comfort that the av erage man could ask. The rec ord of this car in winning the 1010 Glidden Trophy over 2851 miles of all sorts of roads in competition with cars twice its price and power is sufficient proof of its ability to do all the av erage owner could ask of it. Upon the Chalmers "30" and "Forty" is staked the future of a great business organization. Every Chalmers Car sold today is helping the sale of other Chalmers Cars many years from today. When you buy a Chalmers you buy, first, a car that will give you full value and hard service. You buy also the cooperation and assistance of every Chalmers agent in the country. You buy a guarantee of performance and quality backed up by an organ ization that is here to stay. Examine the 1911 models at our showrooms. Let us take you out in the Chalmers "30" and demonstrate its behavior under all conditions Swaraj efforts, so ru1hie--h.- igmr. t rise reckless Chinese, and explained 9 lis charges, the Asahis, were obi oa hand to meet thcr eugage cs; that for three vears they had Following is the lineup terdav s gun "No, there wasn't. That is. exactly I . . . -i i in tne manner mat u """ '. A- C l.eorge .Madeira, ci ; ,u ,..,,., ,.. ,.r..rs s;.w the trend Sena. :;b; .1. Orm-llas ' 7L; . i.f' t heumes. that baseball was getting; : .'"set.!! .Ma.ie.ia ami .v. e... .... . .. .,,, ,,,, ,,, i,,, ., ,,,, ; which Associated Garage, Ltd., Dealers in Motor Cars fegleftogain the lead in the league. ; . ' r-er. rf: Mike Ku'itas, ,"'rt ;,!hi ",0 e, " W J ?a"" f V adisgs. never nii-iug a conte-t, and ?, .'V. 7 ' . - M Frf.s p ! """ ru" " a r!'.'at J fUn 1U 8Uee.M in nailing the pennant j ''!';: : ' '( .;t ' hm . j. ' winnhig. they trained tneir ciubs to go rkir staff this vear. ' 'T?VV iv J Yarned-, ss P. f-I.-m.-r, ' the sacrifice as much as any ,,th- iieesph.iiied further that Sam Hop 1 ' ' ' ,-..,.;.:,' v ,!a. - Hav. Yet I have known runes wneu Wit no 'ompensati..u for the work j ' ; y-,,:,. f. and J. Soun, ' we u-ed f.. play out in the .aKe viuv se ier rue league, ami u..a v ' i ?), y y Jtet ten. -our tea the field to till in w hen some of ; " ' k mm nave iane.i to appe.n. .-it meetings, Abe saol. the Chme-e RSSentatives seldom attend, unless urn pin '..-l Ti;.i if .1. , o.-r-. to . - - - new GREAT Tl.re was anono-r i.a-ei ;ul game .u v.-,:,..,l,u vesterdav. The Waipahus de-lgeftin feared the Tar.gu team from town ten to -IX. loo. No picayune luck about it. nu.lv jumped in and took a chance on tie is iikeiy to be a division of gat'.' Eosev or something is expected to hap. EStheVeght t're after SAYS HE SIDESTEPPED ciivvy. j I Ariz Mr.FADDEN 'I put in a lot of time looking after out to g''t auitlier lehowi round. That's wars ago, and that's' I tel! von that there are no new NEW 0RPHEUM (Telephone 2660) (NEW fhe way i I son to inane cut work tor the sake of the "port an.. : c, HiUveryto.tv t-njovs t::ni;-e:ves. Hts anv inutiev out of it, an. dear now t. ood on Viis t details of these Aaia 1 ark game-. aid Sam Hun. "Thev are free to tne; pKic. There is always a good crowd, .o I I ! and get his purses hung -ace declared la-t night that f&rnish entertainment tor those who . , l0 Australian, Kad refused 'j'iid otherwise put in a cry afternoon, and tic''. Kt think of anything desire to in : : prevent the others fr.-iu g.-.i all iin-feiiows tiieir own and lie had h ciii.-M To stage a" I'd inter that uv t:a make si"'!' dv d. t-ut aiiilcolisllip . i 1 . 'Ills te.ll i a . i . . . , t . hi e'-i '-:-. Tii-v descrc a g'-.d roa-i m '"."'' ' ,, fepa;r. and 1 ho;,,- '!;.-. w.:, g-: it -' ' . '' :" V";' ,' After wintiiur e i::r f.:r other ; i' ' '.' '' '. t -:mvv up ...-lli." aft. (f.-.e. . H'Lry I hil'c, i. g w r" 1 . ; . '-.e-i up a ''ii'1 '' . 'i'..!',''u, ''W-l and' elTerves. i with ..--s.-'t.- :: X--.r vnA lea;--! a .sii-ax w hen ; a' '' ! ;;'-' iW- w.s t.ee . : ' H'-uie. a. :a:. '!. 3vi..hii,! s,,.i:a..,v .'..,.. -.:.-,-..! ; i':-:'-'-": '-'i 'i.e x ii;!:.:,- ; . : ; ' s : ' r .lac iv M.'i'add e '.vas v i.-w with plays. They're all old every one of i t hem ami it's only the frequency o." ,i.ir.. f th.e-e socalled plays, against EAL i their scarcity in years g..n, by. vshicli iud'ices irisagii.ative folks to flunk t hey I something that we didn't know." ,:"'vj ".ine folks say they have better igrani i.ase runners now than they did years .lacs I ago. ' ' j!.,,, j .-They do. do they ? How old are '"''jthev? Y'id :h-'v make their aeipiain ." ,MU! with 1. a--Tall -ince 1-on. ,,r have Hall; !h,.v i en in it ..r sv.-n - nee Iss.if ..S;t;.--r j'etter Lav -teaier, ehf Bring on a n adl Where i- : her.- one letter than u.g t.,; . N.- Vii',a:is; Iliiw jib.-it Harry -N i ig'-J ', ,,.. eV ? What of 'Iki.-k' Kwii.g and - . ai llv.. ' K-dlev and r.g:if.v. and al r.t i i. if. o-h.-rs that I cuid '! ' , if ! p. ant ,v, ..s ... t ';, ivili.e PeC t'T aa-e si, -lib ai aay : 1 ... ., ,. -.a. s.,M....r' ,:a -ii.o. (Management of Sam Kubey.) TONIGHT TONIGHT and ! TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, j The Funniest. Ever. TWO ENTRAN CE S : Geo.. B. Howard and Company ; Hotel Street, opp. Uefhel; . . . . in . . . . ' I'auahi street, near 1'ort. j Honolulu 's Largest. Safest arid Most i 1 'on: for' able Plavlumse ijou Theater American Show 'BECAUSE SHE LOVED HIM SO ORDER YOUR SEATS TODAY. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Eve's ; . . . and . SPECIAL MATINEE Two-Thirty p. in.. Anv Seat m the House '25c Will Open Saturday, jTiiursdav, Dec. 1 3. m.. I J 7 Slegrist, Tilburn and Foster Opens Dec. 5th AT AALA PARK :.:.! Mei' 1: u a t' 1 lew "All the Comforts of Home." BY WILLIAM GILLETTE. 'Evening Prices, - 25c, 35c, 50c Trained Animafs Daring Riders 7 VAUDEVILLE STARS 7 I ' j .... and .... I ! THE LATEST MOTION PICTURES. I complete orchestra. Intrepid Gymnasts ! 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