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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
AMONG AUTQMOBILISTS - DF THE WORLD
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DKATN RIL)K,S WITH DRIVERS IN
DESPERArt AUTOMOBILE RACES
tbrnugli Ilia Wind Itlvcr mountains Into
tbe Jackson's Ijiko country nnj (n thn
southern entrance of Yclloustmi'i
They climbed iniuntiilii!i, forded
reeling (ho trailing drivers out of thn ed not to desire by spurts of speed to Krom Camp Washakie, nn niitpoM nf
way or the wrecked Case. Lnrsonncur mnko scnsntlomil gains. cl lllzatloii In Northern Vomlng, tint
liiy dazed In thn (enter of the track Elsven Cara Withdrawn. party motored up along tho shore of
for n full minute, while, enrit darted Eleven car. Imd been wltdrawn he- Wind Illver and followed tho govcrn
by ut either Bide of lilm Then ho un- cause of nccldcnts and breakdowns nicnt p.irk road to within ten miles
MiMiuiy rose 10 ins reel aim staggered when the 250-lnllc post was reached of Tvvo-Ooo-Tce-o pant, which lead
blindly Tho crowd terminal him This left n Held of. twenty. hlno to fin-
' i, I 'hV i "I'"ol ""'" Tho man then stcndled lull tho 'last half of the race.
' f'i I himself iin.J limped to Ills sldo of tho aaj
SPEEDWAY. INDIANAPOLIS , lnd . nnlclan for Jack loner, driving a track SKILLED LABOR IN DEMAND.
May 30 At the end of tho first half Jackson, mid hn Jumped from the car WnRiicr rlled to tho men In tho plla
of the tOO-mlle automobile mco today. on "", ,,,uk '"etch Hvsns una hurl- to take the inr off tho track and It lUprescntnllvcs of tho Packard streams of appalling dimension nnd
one mechanician hud been killed uml p,, hcnvlly the Rround. hut at llio was rlcured nway l.eforo nnnthcr squad Motor Car Company at Detroit nro pi(.,ed through treacherous nlkall
a driver Injured, eleven of tho forty """' hospital It "as "aid ho was not of tars came Into the homo stretch, making imystcmatle csnvnss of neigh- Kinks, from u ridge overlooking thn
curs that started had been withdrawn 'Wl"""!' hurt lie was apparently llcnrnn's Plat ran Into tho outer ditch boring States In search of skilled me- Crooked Creek valley they saw two
hecanse of broken parts, rtnd David ","rrrlnK from ,lcmc"l when the steering gcur broke while tho chniiles Anions the Ohio towns visit- hundred elk feeding on tho hillsides
IJrucc-Brown, itrlvlwr u Plat, was Dva Ltwli, Maenanlc, Is Hurt. car was coming down tho homestretch ed thus far are Cleveland. i:rle. within easy rifle range, n sight seldom
lending a long grind that promised to r,avn '-""Is. mccliaulclan. In u l.o- In tho 2301h mile Neither Porker, who Yoiingstovvn, Nlles. Warren, Akron, f ever encountered beforo In a motor
continue until 4:30 o'clock this even- z,cr cnr' r,v ') Teddy Tetxlaff, was bail relieved Heirnc, nor tho mceh.inl- Columbus, Springfield. Deton, llamll- cur
lB , , ' Injured when tho car blew u tiro In clan was hurt It was announced that ton ami Cincinnati Other cities in the The trip furnished nil varieties nf
S p' Dickson mechanician for Ar- th' "nlnp 'trctch i the 170th mile the car would Im repaired and sent Itln.rnry are Indianapolis. Milwaukee, road conditions. Including grades In
Ihur Greater of Chicago, driving nn "l"' rn" lnt0 n I'npe-IIiirlforO. Tel, back Into tho rnce .Mlililgnn City. Hnutli Hcnd, Lansing excen. of 20 per cent The wealber
Amplox ur..loM his life In an upset ,nrr """ ""Injured and the tr.vv of Crowd Gets Anothar Thrill. "'"' nlnl , , , ranged from tho brollliiB lieat ot tho
on (he hack-stretch In tho thirtieth ,hc ''"Pe-llnrtrord also escaped Louis Tho crowd uBaln was hiotmht to Its ,nn 'nart """I "" "'"King tip prairies to freezing tempernliires In tho
mile of tho race. Grenlcr suffered sov- '" " drlvhiB the Pope-llnrt- feet by the thrlllliiB escape from In- "' U"pr ,In "'",'l f er llvo thou. ,K, tti,des of WjomhiB In nddl-
cral broken ribs and perhaps n concus- f"M- Tl"' '"" " overturned and Jr,. r .It ntlt nf Howard Pry. driving a """' "'cn' "l"11 " '" t,'P Purl""o " - Hon to the three men. Hie ear carrlc.l
slon tit the hroln Surgeons at tho ,ne re,,r ,r,lck '' " "" " I'"P- Men or ,,h n substitute for niselnvv l,rr',s' V'P . , ' ? " "' ,"T n l""'"y c,"",lnB """1 "'' thirty dajs'
field hospital would not make n slate- '"''" In the collision nth c.irs 'h car skidded nnd plunged toward I'"";'"""1' f;,,"', ,,f ""' MkM nmK Is rations, the weight of tho cur nnd lo.id
ment s to-,hc probable outcome of were taken out of the r.ue thn tepnlr pits across from thn Brand- 'l" "thlno shops and tho forKe belnK approxlmatily live tons Tho of.
his InJurlos Lewis' rlKbt leg was broken Ills tnnd lie turned It Inck to tho mid- I ""'s far the factory has been unable ,ichH N,,, Ibcmtelves that tbu
After a. thorouBl, examination of - h.l Los Ai.Be.es -'-' "- !"'! !."" "T "' '" t?Z T nTtZZ '" ' - -
urCintTa th BUrKPOnH nnnounCr!l iniR wr kius in vonuion, viiu mi- iiiiii iif Miiiiiiiv ,ium nvi'rcii ... , . .... ...-. i -
nfternoin that he was no, seriously In a m. f Ljtle's ApperM.u, toward the pits hbu.u. Pry then lo.k- ' " I'bMv JZ ZZ HANDBALL TOURNAMENT
hurt and that thcro wns no concussion miiriiI" vvestcoti and jaBersbcrKers en his nraiio and llio car swunp rully
of the hrajn, as had been feared bo- Case dlrcttl) In Trout of thn Brand- around before It Mopped Amid n
fore he retrained consciousness. His stand, John Olover, KiiIkIiI's meclii- storm of i heirs from tic crowd Pry
rlBht arm vn fractured nnd the shoul- "Icliiiu sulfered an Injury to the spine resinned the race
der dislocated. T,,e others or tho three crews erapcd Hay Harroim, In a Marmoii. hid
After the, 200th mile several of tho nnjllilng more serious than bruises inkrti llio lead from Divld llruco-
pllots dropped out to rest n few mln- " ' " car orosn us neennB near Piown (I Lit) at the .lOo-mllo mark Complellni: n trip of over four thou- the wore was the same In both gnnies
utei nnd rfllef driven took their places ""' skidded from side to sldo.of Hie Tim cars were slriuiB out behind the ,,m, miles, which look them close to 21 to 13
In the cars. iPatsche drove tho Mar- tiack lirroimeur, the Inechaulc, fell eid-rs nil nround tho (wn nnd one- the I orders of 'Wllnw stone Park, threo The second malili wasbetvvieu Mar-
mon "Wnsp"for Horround for several t ""'1 the car pisse.l over his lefi half mile course The sconhliiB pace men drove up to th Packard factory callluo and ttasemin, In which Maual-
laps and Llndcnstruth substituted for Tho car behind the Case made desper- burned out the Hies mid most of tho In Detroit nftrr live weeks on the road lino won two out of the three (james
Hearnc In, a Ben? "I"" "forte to escape n collision and nil ears had stopped one nr morn times Tho ullll vvoro the Barb of plainsmen plojcd Knseimin won the second,
Car Cast Front Tire. "' them swerved wifelj cuccpt the t n,e pits for Urn changes Several nccessny for nuiRhliiK It In the wilds 2i-t, ,lle Marcalllno captured tno
Tho accident was due to tho car Wrstiott and the Apperson. which run ,,f the oblei drivers apparently pre- of WoiiiIiib llMHisiiro to sun, wind other two Karnes, 21-1K mid JI-IO
casting a front tire. Orclncr could not '"1" the mud at the Inner boundary of feried to keep up a stead grind two and tain had tanned their faces to a There arc six men entirml In the nf-
liolil the car tp the track and It skidded tho track and turned over. or three laps behind the leaders There deep brown fair OorBO DwlKht, J Nott, M nival -
to the Infield and whirled completely Woman Faints In Crath. . were few sensational brushes for lead- Thus ended the testing of tho new lino. lands, Itaseman unci Paul Super
around, tearing off both hock wheels The throng In the Brandstand rose ershlp In the field Packard 'Six." n process which has Each of tho Bairns Is placd at 5
Dickson was thrown twenty feet when It nppeared that tho crews of the Tho time for the Hrst hundred miles occupied moro Hun a oar's time and o'clock In the ovenlns
against a fence. cars must bo crushed to death In tho was well behind the record, which Is entailed continuous driving In excess
Dickson's, body wns terribly man- crash. A woman sitting in a hot 1:14:29 5. set by Tetzlaff,
Bled. Qrclner was hurled to the track, dropped from her chair In a fnlnt A Lozler, at Los Angeles Inst
Strain Causes Driver to Jump. heavy groan went up from tho crowd. Though tho speed Increased
thn Inrgist In thn history ot flic com
pany, and If tho preterit rate Is main
tained another new record will bo es
tablished for June
PACKARD MAKES LONO RUN.
STARTED AT Y. M. C. A.
The Y M C. A handball champion
ship games started Thursday after
noon The llrst mutch was between
Nott and Dwlght and the former won
two straight gimei It happened that
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WASHINGTON. I).C Jut.o3-Thnt House, llonpo will Imvo not .ml) tho
President Taft Is ver mitcli liitcrcst-l pn-slilcnt but tho mcmlieni nf lilg
Dwlght and Itaseman vvero supposed el ' hllllardil as well as In golf l,',l"nc, tit Kpoclntors Ho will ho tho
driving a of fifty-llvo thousand miles Tho Pack- to play this nftcrnoon. but the gamo hIkiwii hj the fact Hint ho hits Invited' ,,",, cl""nl'10" '" PPr licforo a
Pebrinrv rd olllclals who made up the party has been postponed until Monday aft- Wiillo Horn." II... ,iMan i.iin.r.i! !"c'Hlllc"' "r VnHcl Stntcs Thcro
1 slnco the ro Henry II. Joy. president; Ilussell erncon at B o'clock , . . " "" " mUi Is n billiard room In tho Whlto
The strain 'of- the rrlble 'grind-Starter' Wagner risked his own llfo start, the drivers seemed to have set
proved too great for Bob.Evana, inech- by running out on tho track nnd ill- tied down for n long grind nnd appear-
lluir, chief engineer, and 13. K. rtoberts,
Savo money In silks at Jordan's
pia.voi or the world, to Klvo an ox IIoiigu and n Inblo has been set tin
tilbltlon of his skill ni tho While for the uro of tho champion
AlMMh or 192
Fourteenth Annual Announcement
OR 1912 The Locomobile will set a new standard of Luxury in motor
Our success in the past resulted from our continued efforts to make the
Locomobile the best built car in America.
Having attained this mechanical superiority, our present aim is to make
the Locomobile the most luxurious American Car Quiet, Comfortable, Perfect in
The Six Cylinder Locomobile, by virtue of its excellent performances in 19U, has
established a new standard in Six Cylinder construction. Realizing the demand on
the part of the present day motorist for increased comfort in automobiling, we have
made careful study and investigation for the purpose of making this Car the last
word in Luxury.
The improvements that we have made in this direction produce Ease and Comfort
hitherto unknown in motoring. As' an instance, the rear seat;1 cushions and high
backs in our Six Cylinder Touring 'Car are each' provided with upholstering ten
inches deep as soft and restful as the easiest library chair. Passengers are seated
low in the car, which produces a feeling of security.
Our Five Passenger Six Cylinder Torpedo is the most perfect combination of
Luxury and Style yet offered in this popular type of body. The passengers are
carried on the rear scat, which has upholstering ten inches thick, cushion and' back.
We also make a Four Passenger'Torpedo upholstered in the iarrie luxurious manner;
The combination of advantages offered only in the Locomobile Shaft Drive Six
A Perfect Machii
The Six Cylinder Type in its highest development.
The "30" Locomobile, Four Cylinders. This reliable and convenient five passenger shaft drive
car will be marketed for 1912 without change, excepting increased attention to details of finish and
equipment. Price $3500. ' .tv u .. ..
All 1912 Locomobile Models are equipped with High Tension Ignition, Demountable Rirns,
and Top. The customer is given his choice of color. More complete information on application.
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The "48" Six Cylinder Touring Car, $4800. Interchangeable Tires.
The IC0M()jtlLE Co.
Schuman Carriage Co..
Agents Hawaiian Islands
Features of the Six
r i i f ill
Motor DeslRii The motor Is so dcslRned nnd built that with
a cylinder bore of 4 Inches 70 horsepower Is oblnlned on test.
This represents tho utmost power obtainable from this slro of
cylinder without affecting reliability. Cylinders nro designed
specially for the Six and lmvo lurgo vulves and quiet vulva
Quietness Detail chnne.es In tho motor nnd rear iulo mnko
for greatly Increased qulotncss In tho Iiconiohllo Six.
Moderate WrlRbt Tho I.ocomoblln Six. with possibly ono
exception, Is tho llRhtest sevcii-passcnKer, Blx-e)llnder cnr. Wo
have attained this progress and refinement by seven onra'
atudy and development of tho flnist nlloy steels. Ono brnko
horsepower Is provided for every llfty-sovcn pounds of wvtRht.
Fuel Kconnmy Tho Locomobile Six hns frequently been
driven twelvo miles on A gallon of fuel. This Ik well In ndvnnco
of ordinary slx-c) Under performance. A customer writes that
he drovo his I.oromobllo Six over tho mountains from I.os
Angeles to Santa Ilarhnrn with novcn pntsengcrs, nv erasing
rlnven miles to n gallon of fuel. Another customer writes thnt
he drovo his Six Torpedo over fourteen miles on n. gallon of
fuel. Such economy Is duo to our special carburetor design
and o modernto weight.
Tire Kronomy Onllnnrlly n powerful alv Is n bunion througli
tire expense Involved. Tho Locomnbllo Six, how over. Is eco
nomical In tiro wenr. "The Speedometer shows four Ibonsaiiil
miles. Tun original I Ires nro still on Hie cnr noil from iipivciir
anrea'yoii would not tlilnk I bey bud Im-n driven looo miles."
Tho foregoing report Is on ono nf tho first Rlxos delivered. v
Locomobile tiro cronnmy Is duo to moderate weight nnd selen
tlfic balance of weight: also to the free nctlon of tbo differen
tial when turning a corner, thus preventing nn grinding nctlon
on the rubber. Tho Locomobile differential nover blnila undor
any conditions ot road operation.
Strength of Construction Ttromo Instead of aluminum Is'
used for the motor base nnd genr box. It Is three times ns
strong a the aluminum ordinarily used for tho purpose on
other cars. Tho nxles nnd steering gear nro very strong nnd'
aafn. The ear throughout is built from carefully designed
part made In tho l.ocomobllo factory from material specially
elected for each part Thn l.ocomobllo has nlns been known
for Ita safety and strength.
MdlnB Qualities Tho I.oromobllo Six has wonderful riding
qualities porfect comfort and steadiness. No swerving from
aide to sldo when .traveling nt speed The Miperh riding quali
ties of our Six aro dun largely to tho fait that power does not
pass through tho springs. Thus they nro frco to net. Hear
springs cannot glvo maximum comfort when (hey act ns dis
tance rods. The three-quarter elliptic rear springs nro shackled
at hnth ends so that they Imvo full play. All springs aro mada
of the finest spring steel.
Tlear Aln CovMii.ctl in- Tho reir housing Is provided with
a band hole, affordlm, mso. nf Inflection of the driving gears.
Rear nxlo tubes are alloy steel, without hr.izlng a suporlor
construction peculiar lo tho l.ocomobllo.
Other Special IVnturvs The .Multiple l)lc (Illicit Is very
simple and may ho removed as n unit without dlsluihlng any
thing else, A self-contained Oiling System provides perfect
motor lubrication. (Ireiiso Cups at nil wearing parts nn tho
rhnssls eliminate dirty oil cups and Insurn perfect lubrication.
The Triwitilolon provides four speeds uml reverse and tho
construction Is so durable that gear trouble Is absolutely elimi
nated Unlvi'ixnl doliits run over 5000 miles without attention
In liibilcutlon 'Hie Iloiiuet Is very shoit, snvlng room and
obviating the clumsy nppi'iiranie of other Sixes i:vtr Hies
are ran led ut tho real lliinrlni; Ito.irilt arc iliaron bothsidej.
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