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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEP1 14; 1912.
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Time-tried features of Construction!
are the deciding factors In Motor-Car
" Sales Importance" pf Seemingly Sec
ondary Pom U In Design;;
, rIt wnr'probably surprise prospective
motorcar buyers "to learn that novel
ties ot dei ign "and construction are not
considered as inducements, to the pur
chase of one make or another half as
mueh.&s time-tried features, are.' ; As
Mr. K Dodge -who 1s perhaps the
city .chicfauthorlty. on things auto-raoblle,-puts
It; "The cars ; that have
made, pood j have done td becanBe- their
: designers got down- to bed rock'at The
Rtu-t -They f studied and experimented
until -ther: hit' the right mechanical
Ij-rintlples;-' and ' then i tbeyv stuck C to
'. thtarc ; , r t ;. ,; -v
"New things, may be talking points
nnd''a.f clever salesman can' often get
away -oxrlttf them.? -" said &llr.' .; B6dge
-whenF he was asked what novelties
VoCM f distinguish the r new' Beaton's
ptodncr'birt It's ttegood old reliatle
things that do their duty without cbn
6tant ticke'riftg,f that make, satisfied,
'motoriits--. ' yf.
"Take the clutehf1 as an eximple,
Dddg continued." Ifg apparent-!
ly a1 small' thing ust'onevOftthe 'in-'
KiivSi1 thit1 19 oat or sight nd should;
"fce ouofmlnd" as well. On? a. goal
(cr, it. Is; but language lallS' to coli
vey an appxeclation of the troubles to
liich.!a poor clutch can, give rise.v V
"Thbre are mighty; few caramon tbe-
.mark'tt ' todayr that, have been. tuDt
if-iva m same iype or ciuicn ror eignt
ywra, " But-such is the case wita the"
.Sterens-puryea. -. It's ' ff' multiple-disc,
dry-plate . clutch originated by- J.
rrtrJ: Duryea hrl9(M, and Its absolute'
-relj!;lity:and "smooth', action have
beca an Important factor In the sac-'
-ceis rof the "Btevens-Duryea since the n.
, "Eight years ago;.the clutch was a
TTfetty troublesome .part "of r the -car. it
tad as many moodB" aa? Maudr the
31 uie''' said ' Mh ' Bodge.' ; "Yoa never
ke Wvttit'lt- was'g61n&" to grab, 'and1
caXfifult the cartLgalirsfBomethlng; at
th' t-Tne time biting piecesout'of the1
rear tires, or to slip, as smoothTas'
til, .and leave- yo stranded. If you
t s r 1 2 rrcd to get ' stuck ' In'; a mud' nole,"
the clntttrlther sllcrwd "and left vou'
vthtre,,or yoo. burned Jbeifcigpff of!
it X ntlrc In Jryir to, pu U out . ; ;
I have seen an owner dump a
pound of powdered rosin on ther-chitch
of a J6000 Imported car to make 'it
take bold. : Any motorist who lias ex
perienced , the. shortcomings of ' the or
dinary 'clutch cant say too much; for
the. Stevgna-Dtrryea,' It's mlghty';.slmr
pie too just eight smooth. 'steel plates
faced - with 1 asbestos on a' woven wire
foundations The only change made In
it since" 1904 lr th' friction facing.'
First it was leather;' then cork Inserts;
in 1907; and! when the asbestos-wfre
fabric was invented this was adopted.'
This makes is practically !lndestructl-,
"It you want to realize now import
ant - this ! JStevens-Duryea" ; Is, look
sround : and see Y how many different
clutches7 are used,; andrHkewlsebor
many ; have adopted (, the; Stevens-Dur
yea principle in the last few yearif,"
said' Mh Bodge In conclusion. .
BBSITf W BRIl
WITH V. H.-Y.
The Intense heaV ;in. the middle
west was the cause of many- deaths
Eleven . persons .dead and t, 100 prosr
tratlons in , twelve - hours was - the- re
cord In . Chicago . . v. : ; i .l j
Los Angeles clubwomen are work
Ing f pr the-'- pensioning of - widowed
mothers' by theState.' tThey are end:
deavoring also:' to .obtain, legislation
which .will, do away;' with: thet.nepesf
birth of, children, going- Into-tb fao
torles. "'l?'-.";i . ', - i-'-i -r A ; U--i I : J
8. L. C. A. A. Quarterly. Meeting.
The" regular ; quarterly' meettag ?ot
the St Louis College: Alumni Agsb
ciatfon.KwllI be held at the clubbouse
at'Dreler Halt Union" street, this com
Ing Sunday; the 15th Ins W at 10 a.' m.
( As business v- off Importance ' will' be
tranpacted, It is the : earnest, request
of Ge president that'alf; members of
thesoclatioBr 'be presenC V vV.v" '
'::;l.' ;l':':rr' 0.". Fi HEINE,', : '
5341-', . :- ;: Secretary,-!:
The von Hamm-Young Co. reports
good business this week; hawing made
many sales, taken -four.' orders f or
1913 Cadillacs and made three dUv
erles of other machines?:
Warren Benford, thepioneer auto
mnhilA of the EmDire Automobile
Stand, this week purchased and took.
delivery; of hi gslxfliautpmoWle.i.Airf
Benford has. gone, up' the line from a
little Bniek Wbite Streak tqaflfrck
ard. He j has owne4UwQ"BnJcks,:-ohe
Wayne, one Cadillac,' one Steven: and
has f now purchased ' '.a .-. JvBe&&?
Packard : -30" touring car wtb. f pre
doors. .This is quite .a record for one
man and- only goes to shovitj the per?
severance of Mr. Benford, pnd shows
what can be done iU a man f puts,, bjs
shoulder to . .the wheel and , does , irhat
Is right. , ' : .' i - - "-'.J.,
The' von Hamm-Young Co. this week
delivered to.S. Shlrakt one of;thenew;
Oakland 30s . which '.have , caused s$
much 1 excitement : around .' town.' ..- Mr;
ShirakL will run tln. In? the: rent? sert
vice between Honolulu. andtW,aima
nalo. The oakianas are verr ?
becbmlne very DODUlftr. andwltb; the
1913. line coming InL.bid fair to. be
one of the most popular. ca&. iw. me
Islands.. The.- specifications . of. tne
Una havA Inst 'hpftni aniionnced
and show wonderfajtstridea, av
mobile Iinprovementr ; .. .
; H. : S.r Truscott of Makawell. Kauai,
purchased a Bulck . tourjingcar. from
the von Hamm-Youngr. Co. .this ,week3
C C. von Hamm, ; managing q"
tor of : the von Hamm-YpansCoJs
snendine two weeks at the company's
big- branch In Hilo. He- reports busi
ness especially? good,'; and a, number
of sales-'bavfrbeenf made; this weekf
The von Hamm-Young Ca shipped
this week; a 1913 Overland "tourtog
car to :the Hilo . branctv ;)It.has been
sold ', to a prominent: H iio man: X i
' The . von., Hamnh Young, Co? is fvery
glad , to . state., that, none: "oti the fac:
torles which they represent are In any
way affected by tire' recent big 42,
uoO.OOa.'.falltrre of J the. United; States
Motor Co.'i None of '-. the .yottx;Hanih
Young Co.a cars areIncradeu' In" this
It is a difficult matter to grasp the
signlflpance-.of ' n lndnatrlalt achieve;
merit whlcbTlnvolves"the manufacture
I and? matketlngs of JWity high? grade
automobiles in one year on scneauie
time. The lay mind cannot at once
appreciate the perfection of system
and perfect cooperation necessary to
bring. this about. The schedule is, too
big, the figures too large, and the' de
tails too multitudinous to understand
unless one has been through such a
matrofacturinjc campaign and assisted
bringing it to-' axsuccessful tennl-
riJi'Tv nlAm&t Motor Car
: 66mp&yf;i flnished'its rnianuf acthrin
-seaipn The occasion was marked by
'.the 'fct thatf lhad beaten by a few
, houfsv its i'fheduJe for the year. A
ye. ago th'e Executives mapped out
-tbeir 'planss.to - manufacture and mar
'keV'.12,OO0 Cadillacs. The schedule
i called. for;icompltlng that number on
June 2nd;' VllCvDnvthat very day at
V,al6cVt&liat;ithe 12.000 cars
' passed througliV th' asiembllng de
' partoentivSO tKe'yeara scheduled had
UwoWho'l spare. Plans
:vmL undertakinsd were carried out to
'the dot; ,wcb ja-xcel?entvdence of
qgedofigflggce' wottdnpolirther naitT
.offcthe plan- the smoothness. vof the
.The Cadillac j!lant is in operaUoa
50 peeks' in the year. The other two
weeks are; devoted to vacations, in
ventory, pverhacling machinery and
the like . . .J
.' After -the 1912 vacation the plant
reopened on; July 15th and workcojn
menced' on a v largely .Increased 'proi
ductlon for 1913.-
-production; and-ofr salev Only.;' the
executive iUiyiv ? ' i
: TKo! TnanhfactClne.- system
ilnvolVedi andaicaiv tpv wnnlt'Pj
; V ATolanatloB.; but: a i gUmnsei- Of
! the vdlstributlpn ; ;idea: can-be given
uiMtureana';dl8tribution ; .were
Am.rUtAd ibft. dealers were eachvaH
X wta-n: certain numDer oi car,
1 -JZr' Ta r.'tw' mnnthiv 1ntallmentS.
,Tne: dealer, therefore knows iuatwhat
;heican;deiend;npon and sells against
Ihis.allptsmentsi ' - waoMt - ?
;i This seaL$Da-completes 10 years of
tkM -iii Wmmifacturlne by the Cad-
'lUac Comply, a?d tbis is the. fourth
i year In succession inai vae
has ' maie;an absolute clean-up. of its
product oiv schedule Ume, avoiding
over- intov the. succeeding, yean -tng
ten years of production the Cad
illac. Company's- putpuUhas ;ra;J
sales- value' otUPr?lma!ely; -Jnety
millions of dollarsi .v4 , ml
i . f -T,ntrnTne and sales 'efficiency
4s due largely to perfect cpoperatjon
and is aepeuueui.,wu mw, oo.v , r
i mentr on ant- Bpecial pfflcja;,,Un-
no wayaffecttanybfCthe factories
Wbich they;represent;:,;-. ;
The-SaniPraneisco News-lfetter has
the fql lowing to say of . Miss Anna
Klumpke, the noted artist now in Ho
nelulirrn v-';.-- - " V , .. ., . -1
A reception was held at the Century
Club Sunday,' in which the members
of that organization assembled "to do
honor to Miss Anna Klumpke.' Mrs.
Horace Wilson, who, by the way is an
honorary membef of the Lycee Club in
Paris, received, and was assisted ' ' , by
tbe officers of the Century. Many
happy felicitations were expressed;
and Miss Klumpke - fittingly responded
in a talk on art subjects. . ; v ;
This being the first! visit , of . Miss
Klumpkeito tthis city In many years;
she Is, 'amazed : at ; the .wonderful
growth of the business and ; resident
tialjegions, : and moe espealaUy v to
our cultured and broad-minded wom
en. . Everywhere, at club; gatherings,
teas and. receptions and suffrage, coni
wrsatlpn-take the place of idle gos-j
slpy.anistrqus,' concise political argu
ments' emanate from dainty lips whose
heaviest work heretofore has been the
mincing , of chocolAtea Uplike Mrs;
.4re,.tCpll4' Klumpke ad
mirekouf inteUe'c and jwe,, fitted she
is to. Judffe.foR ber sisters, have- made
J their mark' in continental E'urope, one
oeiug an astronomer, anotner a Distin
guished nerve ..specialist, " and the
youngest1 a ; great European ' violinist
4 The .jLycee Clni, in Paris; of which
she also. Is a member ; haa a unique
inethbdof membership. "v Every memf
ber must have won distinction in life,
such as that of writers, artists,' musi
cians and actors, and also to be of the
very highest ; order of merlt -.There
are no'dronee-in French" artistic err;
cles; sometblng i,we"t could r well T.emu-late-
in pur own. cultured circles; ;,;,.
We; have, every reason; to, be prpud
of our own; clubwomen. ; ( The study,
travel, corned in- contact-, with ' the
bright minds f of : both reieat , in the
country,;(and are' equally iat ; heme in
addressing-an .assembly ofuffragettes
or - responding to an . "after-dinner
. Undulating : braids .'will appear this
fall as trimmlnga.' v . .
- My husband Is an accountant In
ISeyt ..York. City, . writea a contributor
to the Ladies Home Journal, .and we
began housekeeping Lsevehy ears ' ago,
on an income : or 1125 a taontb In
considering pur domesUcifinanceajvre
found them very, surprising, but. no
less interesting. 'AV ' studied them
carefully and' the' reiltwas tnat 1.
as .housekeeper, tprned from'Jthe old
haphazard .way . of housekeeping to
the systematic. -.way, which,; I - fonnd,
made, housekeeping, keenly interesting
instead: of, tiresome. ,1,: a U y I'
: ..Tbe- first thin we did wai. to di
vide, our "cost of . living, into im
movable expenses and fluctuaUngjex-
Wej Included coal - and - gas in the
! Immovably- expenses and got, their
montniy. rates by .taking averages, for
the -'year., RenC cpmmutation; .and
church dues remained : .jthe same the
year. round.- .' M ;..;'..;..,.;; , ; .
Mphthly table of immovable ex
penses rRent.. J23, commutation Ui
gas.; I coal 4.17, churn does $2,
laundry ; and . scrub-woman . J10 ; , total,
I'i5:n.: : f';. ,. ' : ; " .
ThIa left ua practically ;S0 a month
for fluctuating expenses;, f ood, 4 cloth
ing, repairs, amusements,- etc. K,';
Ut took, another, year of practise and
adjnstmento spend, -f this $80 prop
erly; Our schedule I will give for the
last year.'! -,',;." 4 .: . , ". ; v
,,My. family .' fs- noVsix" In number,
myself and' husband, three children
and a. maid,' yet;. V am" not spending
any:-more money' now, than' 1. did in
the rffrst; housekeeping' year,: and ! (hla
in' spite, of advanced prices." : ; . . y
-; Monthly" table of approximate fluc
tuating expenses: Husband's personal
expenses,, S10; - Xood,' 40; Vclotblng,
$10; savings, J20;:totat S80. v
1 : A'few words about our 'savrngs:' ac
count: When, we first thought, about
U' we determined r that, come", what
might,'we would J)uts away. J0.' every
month.":; And w have 'done it This
taught us ., self-denial - an4 : bTard
enough' It: waa to learn; but: to live
within small means' is not possible
without self-denial. ... ' ; . , ,i;
Our clothing account we estimated
at $10 a month, $120 a year: But it
did "not follow; that: we spent the $10
every month.' So our plan is; to ; bank
bur : clothing money with, our' savings
and draw on If as .clothes are need
ed; and I find that in the year we do
not spend the $120, but have some
of it remaining to" leave permanently
with : our savings. .' v'.-. ;
j, Amusements , are 'an infinitesimal
expense, and - what they do cost we
manage to pay for ;' out :'of bur "monthly,
money in hand that is by : kitchen
mbney or my husband's pocket money.
Books and ' magazines - are y borrowed"
from the public library. t i ; '
5 Clothes-are not so expensive as one
might think. . , We always: buy ours, at
jthe end, of, the season, when prices jire
!; 1f testfprdVen reputa
tion n cases of Poor Ap
petite) Belching, Heart
burnjr Flatulency, Jndi-
LMalariar Fever and Ague.
t It tones : aiid irivlgbfatcs
urn A 4
For sale; by Ecioa,. CIih L, Co,
DnCaid ' .'pXl wt'oUiili ! liquor
theTo-esr rzxrtz? 'ttld: and I
buy vtwp -suita durls tha. ear, one
ach winter and", runner,' ax.d the
four together never cosL. us 'more
than $60r ,8ometine3 Jess. . Thii leaves
us.' at Meait another ' :r for.'all. th
etceteras; : shoeshats, " undercbthea
and the children's, cIctMr.j.; . .
'' .The .'expense; of, cHIIir en's - clbthlng
Is surprlsicsJr, scull,' for the dura
bility of good ,clottisi;i3 wonderful.
In,, fact;. I fled lt cost3 very little
more', to clothe, my three fcQys: tfcia
It would, cosf to clothe one only, for
the garments descend, from one to an
other;1 I bje the new clothe3 for
the oldest boy as he needs then, and
as- V should' bare -to do thl3 .'anyhow.
I' clothe the mother boys for - practi
cally nothing' with. the things the old
est .has putgrown. Moreover I . will
never buy cheap, articles, and" I
strongly advise all women' to make
that a , rule." I consider clothes J-ust
as I" consider meals notlns U too
good,r but' the best need not' be the
most expensive. . ' , -
r- A- party left' Seattle' forJ Alaska to
investigate the avallabilliqr of : the
Bering river' coal fiolda for the- usa
of naval; vessels. - t
: EnglanriS "tP .rd;8andalmo3t" all
of the rf Indian, regimezt3, ahd. will
sreate, new; Indian army wlth a
nucleus of soldlerf H exprier.csi;
war service. ' . . .'
T: Hamilton Klng minister to Slam,,
droppel'dead ; of heart- failure at'
Bongkc'c. ' .:: I ; ' '
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!r cai( aft ahv price
e to! co'iiio?;s
wim mis new
i - viiUeiuas:lgeir tires; " EI
; ; You vill bearwitness that ; the Cadiilac-casenas neYen been overstated, " . - :. : '
Hold to that thoucbt, please, In considering, what we shalftay' cfthis new carf ' ;
Cadillac practice ruui.progresslvelyimproved uphitse ; i ' , . v
It has now peached a polnt whlch, we beilevei.warrants.us lrrthlnking:thattconipariion?off the cheicest cars V
wlthithe-Cadlllao will hereafter onfe.a. distin'ctIoflupontthose'cars MtherMhaii'otherrsevV - ' i 4
For several year we have, calmly obetrved thapld ;rlse oftrm' Cadillac. in; public opJnKn.v , '.i - -"
Each year we have seen the little group, of 1U equals Irripapilarestenairowedrdowns s
' Each year we have seen, a higherand higher. price named as thbaltafcomn
AtwT'we believe 'that basisrof -prices comparison Is about !to vanish aitosfether: , -'s - , , -
vye'bellevtrttial; the Jast merrtalireseryatlon js. abtfut t remove itself froni the publre mind.'
, ourteWe';havfr;fet sereptly surefpra jopg,tlme that In point of real and substintlal value the' line oft
demartation betwenars. of ilghest-prlcerpd'tneCadHIacras'an Imaginary llnel, .' ; r . . ; : - : ; : -
Wehave felt -that It waa written In water,' like thetlrrternatlonal boundary lines In the ocean and we feel that
this new Cadillac will complete the . process fif 'soconlncing the public " x." .; - .;. ".- . ." .v- - ,
r vTheadvent of such a car at; the 'Cadillac price Isjpficqursef a matter of'gemilne 'momentr arid you will be '
interettediierefore, Jn this news concerning )t; ; , ... .N ; , .. :.;' r..x : v t:-;.
' . . . I a M A. . M. .aA..l. All . f . . . r . 4 M. . . J "11.1"
lunu STKurvb bnuint; core, pj 0 - sirose, . increasing? .,uw
power of-the alwaj extraordhilrllyefflcient Cadlllao engine . This ampli
; flcatl'on pf 'power is especially observable atfspeed-froa 12 to 35.mDfs an
; V houTr-dynamcr r tests registering an increase" of fromrl to, 25 'per cent
: ' SI.UENT.CHAIN-DRIVEN cant'slraft; also pihnp'ajrd generator shaft; re-
- placing meshed gearsj in conjunction-' WithV: ' : ' . . 1 '
' , r. ENClSrJVAtVES, and'thesuperb-worlcnanshrp.tt
the Cadillac has v always excelled,, pTOduclns -att'fenginv-which runs with un
. " usual quietness; , . : . ' : .. . : . , ' " : '
11 ; CARBURETOR :A carburetor of marked. efficiency and simplicity' haa
. been further simplified,' new requiring; but aInglenaeana'of adjnstment? re
' moving from It to the greatest possible degree, the -necessity of attention." I
AUTOMATIC" ELECTRIC CRANKING - DEVICE ELECTRIC- LIGHTS, :
IG N ni O N A vastly jilmpiifled'ahi improved' Ied system developed at
the; instigation of, the Cadillac, Company for Cadillae-cars,. the result of ex'
periene'e withthe pkf systeEr on iwel,ve thousand .191models.: ; f . ;
Whlle. the .Ptdjsysteza ddnsiiited itseUVfar. - ihei most effl- '
cient f 'orbits purposes that had ever beeri developjithe.CadIllaCv Company
has evblved 'means of increasing Jtb"axW near. the 100 per cent
point as anyrjhaniwlfapjpliance. could he." Among the simplifications' are
the successful nbpljonvpthe, single Instead ofv,donbje: voltage V system
thereby 'eUmlnati.thecontroDing"s .much wlrliig'4 and
othercpartaiwThe jneter Is . replaced Jby 'a voltage rfegulatbn .whichttamat
icaJty.verhf' thp. chargmg. rate f the' batt'ery;;reducng to an absolute min '
imuxa the attentipn required ohthe part of Hhe nser. Tnef switchesilor
steTting,llghUngand ignition, the latter equipped with Yale- lock; .arelmore?
. conveniently located. Lights are provided with fuses. These and other ad
1 vantages will be .enjoyed byusers of the" 1913' Cadillac ' . , ,
AOfoMATTC S PAR K' CO NTR 6 L: Relieving the driver of the neces-
sityof constant attention in order, tp s ecure the maximum results.
LONGER WHEELBASE! The! easy rising qualities of a car. which has . -been
regarded as the acnie,pf. luxury are. eccentuated :by an increase In. the
; . length of , the, wheel base" from 116. to 120 Inches, and a corresponding In-
crease. In the length of rear springs.' , . ,: : y,;; t .,;-.-i i. ' .
. T4 R ES t Increased from 36"x4" ta36"'x4', with the obvious advan
, tages resulting.. therefrom. Demountable rimsv , ' , . r . v
! EQUIPM ENT:-radillae top and windshield Included. See 'specif lea-tlons-j
. . . .. ' , - '.. - ,:.t, ., . ..
) : ' ENGINE-1-Lpng stroke; ; 4 -inch bore-by 5-inchrstroker fotmeyilnder, j
silent chain-driven cam shaft; also pump:' and - generator"' shafC enclosed -
' valves. ' Five-bearing crankshaft, H ORSE-POWER-40-50. COOLI N Gr-Wai
Y:' ter, cppper jacketed cylinders. Centrifugal pump; radlatPit tubular and plate
i type.r IGNITION See -EquipmenL,' LUBRICATION Automatic splash' sys-s-
; ' tern, pli 'uniformly distributed;- CARBURETOR Special Cadillac. design of
maximum efficiency, water Jacketed.- . Airi adjustable from' driver's'.; seat
' XLUTCH-u-Cone type large, leather faced with special - .spring .ring in ' fly
', wheel TRANSMISSION Sliding gear, selective typev, three 'speeds.- forward.
and reverse Chrome nickel steel-gearsr running, on five HessBright ' bail
bearings;' bearings pil-tight CO NTROLt-Hand gear-change lever and emer-.
gencyr brake lever at driver right, InsWethe car.: Service brake, foot lever.'
Clutch, foot lever. Throttle accelerator foot leyer.r Spark' and, throttle lett
ers at-steering wheel. Carburetor air adjustment, 'band lever under steer
leg wheeL DRIVEDIrect shaft to -bevel, gears-of; special cutUeeth.to af-
ford maximum . strength. . Drive shaft- runson Timken bearing. . AX LES
Rear, Timken full floating type ; ; special alloy, steel live axle Ishaf t; . Timken
mm"--: :.:, . r '
roller bearing. Pronto axle, , drop forged I beam section with drop forged
- yokes, spring. perches tie rod. eds-and roller bearing steering . .spindles.
Front wheels fitted withTTImken bearlBgsi..sB'RAXES-:-One Internal and -rQe ;
: external. brake direct bn. wheels j lX-lnch by.. 2-irich drums.' ' Eiptlbnaily
" easy In operation. ' Bdth equipped. wlthqualfxers. STEERING GEARV-Cad-illac
patented worm and worm gear, sector, type, adjustable? . lWnch 'steer
. ing wheel, with walnut rfm;. alumihunvspiderr WHEEt BASE120 (nchescr
TIRES 36-inch by 4rlnch Hartfdrd Pr Mprgatt; '.Wright; demountable
; rims. SPRINGS Ftont; seml-elliptlcal." Rear, threeiuarter platform. FIN
I SH Cadillac blue throughout; including wheeli;;iight stfipmgnlciel Win-v
mlngs: STANDARD' EQUIPM ENT-adiIlac.naohalr -top, ;,wlhd "shleid," Delco ,
patented electrical system 'emboIng .anomaUc; cranking device, electric
lights and' ignition." Automatic spark advance. Also" Delco distributor ignl-f
! tion system: Gray & Davis" lamp especially designed: ior' Cadillac cars,
black enamel :' wlthvnlckeP trimmihga;; twoi. headlignta twd: side lights tait
lightr Hans.gasoime gauge on dash ; horn; full) foot rafl in' toneeii robe;-
'rail; tire Irons; setof topls Incroding' psonp and tire repair kit; cocoa mat
In all tormeaux except closed cars..: Speedometer.- Warner; .with electric light;
CADILLAC 'MOTOR CAR' COMPANY",: DETROIT, MICHIGAN
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PRlCrOF STANDAflDTOURINCT CAR PHAETON tTD HP E QO A N D ' R OA DSTE Rj $1 973.0Cf F.O. B.