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jJEUf BKS V SPORT
Rock Sand Sails in Palatial
Quarters on Minnewaska.
TREATED LIKE A KING
Nap Rucker for Frank Chance
the Newest Phase of
i:.,. h gead, one c,f the naoet famous
M in raclng hlatory. **'nl<'h ha8 been
h,.,Pi,t by a ayndlcate ol French aporte
fron Auguat Belmont saiied on the
Mtanewaaha. of the AUantk Transport
B yesterday mornlng. Mr.
I t waa at the pler to see the last of
his ravorita that won the Derby, the Two
fBpomoni Oulneaa and the St. Leger all ln
uM year and made a uniquc record in
i- k Band la worth $ir,0.no<V Ho la
t?,;Ve yeara old, glossy black, flfteen and
a lialf banda high. He la fo h.-avily ln
?uml that his trainer and other at
Bta WlU not leave him until he la
, - hla destination.
groond the pler and on board the Mtn
aatraa-* there wa* nothing to lt but Rock
mn,i renberh was apread on the pler
;o im wonidn't hart his leel, and there
VM a prlvate Kangway, carp-ted and
railed for him. His box stall. twenty
^t wlde la padded aad deep with atraa
m i. placed amldehipa. in B posltlon to
eacapr BJ far is poaelbk all motion of tbe
?h)r The horse WBfl trested like a king.
tgB trlp up from Kentucky was h trl
oatphal tour. He had been down on Mr.
HePnont> Nuraerp Btud. from whtoh he
r? " ,- ,pert, d ln a apOdal car built of
atLt] Preach and Aaaertcea Bmm '
hung around the car. and the peOfia
Srned 0?l to greet blm He wlll bv
t8kc:i care of bf O.arles V. Hill his
tralr.er. and Harry rlarli f?rly a
btraeman, who now is eeaptoyed by the
Atlantic Tranapori line,
An exchange ef Frank Chance for
-Sai, Rurker. the star Brooklyn left
__; M yesterday to be tha
undc -n Of Charley Murrhy s
tr,? to the Beat Murphy and aWbatt,
of (Be B iperhaa, hav- beoa la alaaeat
inlcaOor. recently. aad
e --dope" 11 that Chlca.ro wlll allow
Since t- go to Broohlpa -nd that i
Rueker wlll come to the I l**
Chance of COWrae, would not go as an J
erdinary l ? -??? ?*?<? *ould Ket bto
_ith fh? v.-.-. <>f ma-lng hha aaaaagi*
gatet. .. QUlte COrtaln that Chance in
lne rele ? ' menager would do more for
hi,te.in, then Hu.ker in the rolc of star
1( || reported tha' Harrp PowaU, the
maras pitcher -f the Krowns, is to be
w^atbl thatclBb, mwell did some fine
twlrllng for the St. Loula club laBtgaBaaB.
llIt gtovall Intenda buildlng up his club
wlth young blood and is anxious to dis
JJ J J Jlnnrry Mepheaa
the aateber, is also slated for discaid.
Johnnv Bvera. the m-wly appolnted
manager of th- C'ubs. is ur.xioua to secure
EJdie MeDonaM, the former thlrd base
Bon of the Boaton 8ra*ea McDonaid
wag r. .i by Boetoa to the
.acramrnt'. club ot the l-i-ltic Ooeat
i^ague, but ref-aed to report. aaylng that
he BBBld ret re from basebsll lf he could
not etay ir. the rm |or leaguea Oae of the
f.rst thlafi Bvera _M after reeerrteg hla
appolntment to manag,- the Cubs was to
make an offer to tha Bacraroento club for
McDonald'i The Cuba are eore
;, . | of a good utlllty infiel.ler. and
fjftf, thal IfcDaaaM if- Jum ,r"'
man lo fiii thi blll
.ihan. recently uncondl
Uonaiiy reieeaed aa manager of the Card
Ipala, left 8t. Loula for his home, In To
ledo. yeaterday. Before tafclng the traln
1. . : he had reeeived offeers
from ? il Leegve cluha an.i oai
Ameti'i.t: League team for his services kh
;i 1 that he will nOt
t piaaaat as he li -
.o flght f-,r ?i!h contract wlth tbe St.
lx>uis National League club. Plttaburgh
ind Cl <.,idlng to a telegram'
from Lynch, have made offors
lor B ,f Breeaahan
<ai, r-t awi froai the Natleaal Laagw
jidn the Browns, M B
di see it> flrat league baa ahall
nm' soon The French Baaebell urtrOn
lus j formed, wlth Ptana Mea>
aerly i as president, to pTOBBOtl
the American rame wlth th<- ultlmate idea
of provldins a French competitor ln the
Chariea A. Condahey. president of the
Chlca;,". Wiiite Sox, has announced that
the club wll ltrain for seven wetka at
Pa?o K'.hlen, CBl The team wlll l<a\e
tgo about Pebruary 20 and return
ab-dt Aprli J". ha said.
Kc.ger Bresnahan behind the bat and
lia-k Chance on flrst base?thls is what
Barney Dreyfuaa, owner of the Plrat'-s.
ha.- in mind for next season. Dreyfuas
wo;,'t tolk ahout lt, but the report came
from an offlc-lal aouree that the Ptrata
ewner is aettlng up the pina for a sentia
Uonal ijaaeball deal that wlll bring the
4epon 1 mansgers of the Cuba and the
C_fdmais to Plttaburgh. W_l LOOBMh see
retorv of the Plttsburgh team, still inslsts
he waa in Chlcago last week to see
Charley Murphy on personal buslness, hut
lt ls .--Igrilficant that whlle he was there
John Bvera signed as manager.
UKION RUNKERS WIN RACE.
? gehene. tady, N Y., Nov. 2? Union tle
feateri ('olgate in the 'cross country ra, ??
?o-day, by a score of 20 to 35, the lowest
?core. hy order of finish. wlnning. Oould,
?TColgate, who led the way home, made
th* fast time of 20:1.'< for the run. He
*n!?r ? onda ahead of Klmore, of
t.nlon, whe wa? aecond.
lla-.ing the exc-lu?lve agency for
THE KNIQHT TIRES
*? wlll rlo*e out our *toefc nt guarontced
standard Make* of tirea at cut prlce*.
IEK 8IZ_? IM I'HOI'ORTION.
Call aml aee lf we havr your alie.
QENERAL AUTO SUPPLY CO.
M7I Broadway, 6160 Columbua.
_New York City._
HOR8E8 AND CAWWIAQKg. .
?ax ONE hsvinf borw nol wlahlna
to Mll or have lt sold. ean nn-1 It a good
J'O'na on farm wlth lady by atplylng to UMOd
U?n,jff, 7*4 li.ion ?t., Brooklyn.
STARS IN BRIGHTON RACES
Big Field Likely in 100-Mile
Contest on Tuesday.
There 1b little doubt that the Election
Day Derbf at lOO miles, which will be
run on the Brlghton Beach tra.k on
Tueeday, will be one of the mo8t hotly
contested races ever aeea on a mlle track
lt Ib B flBB fflM all. and the winner wlll
recetve $r.nu. In addition there wiu be
i ash prlzes for the drlvers. who flnlsh ln
second, third and fourth placea.
That the world's 100-mlle record for
mlle dlrt tracks will be ahattered is not
improbable. The record. wbich now stands
at l.'.O.U, Is held by Spencer "vVlahart.
who establlshed thla mark laat August>
ii, it sfereer fear at coiumbus. Ohlo. wish
art will be In the race on Tuesday, and
wlll defead his record.
In addition to the long race there will
be three sprlnt events, a 10-mlle free-for
all Ji.'itidirap. a 5-inlle handlcap for cars
of 30! cuhlc IncMe and under and a 10
niilc race for care under 600 cublc. inehes,
all of which are ltkely to produce unusual
The entHea already made includc
Bpeacee wishart. who wiu baadle the
llercer .Special and other cars of that
make; Ralph Mulford and N'eil Whalen.
wltb Natlonals, Ray Howard, with the
Bulck "Bur'' and the I'opo "Ilummer";
Mortlmer Roberts. Mason ; 0111 Chandler.
B M. 1', I'. Ci- Thebaud. G. J. G.;
Leland Mitchell, Mercer and Mason, and
P. E, Wood, .MuM.ii.
It Is expected that ten or a dozen cars
will take part In the long race. The 22d
Reglment Band has been engaged to fur
nls.li music Automobllrs wlll be admitted
to the grounds free of eharce.
TO RIDE FOR COVETED CUP
Retribution Trophy Chief Prize
of Meadow Brook Meet.
Th" early daya of steej)l<>chafl!nK and
amateur racing are recalled hy tbe prin?
cipal trophy offercd at tbe Meadow Brook
Ste. plechase Association's meetlng at
Belmont I'ark Termlnal on Klertlon Day.
lt Is the Retribution Challenge Cup,
which goes to the owner of the winner
of the three-eaile ateepleebaae for haatera
The cup was presented to the Meadow
Brook association by Mra. A. Butler
Duncan ln memory of her favorlte hunter
and was first run at the nieetttit: of 1911,
When it was won by Bayard Tucker
Retribution was one of the famous
?teeplechaaera and hunt?rs of two dec
adai itg". ^ind blaaea ? btilllaat trall
through tbe race meetlngs of thoae daya
"When throuKh with raclm; be made. fam.
us a hunter wltb the Meadow Brook
[ hounds that has never been equalled by
i any other horse.
Anoth-r trophy offered on Tuesday ls
the fUchard Pstera Cballeaaa Cttp, which
wiu go to tbe owner of th.. winner af a
liat race at one mlle and a half. to ho
held for one year. Thls eup, known BS
tbe MemtxTB' Cup, was won by Mr. Pe
tera at Jerome Turk thlrt;.-ala years uK".
lt was piaaanted to the Meadow Brook
association tn 1906 as a perpetual ? bal
lenge cup. It ia one of the moat impor
tant links between the racing of B th rd
of a eeatury ago and the preeent ttaae.
Both of theso cup* will be dlsplayed on
TRAPSHOOTERS AT WORK
New York A. 0. Opens Season
at Travers Island.
Twenty-one gunners started tbe tr.'ip
shootini; season of the New Vork Athletic
Club at Travers Island yesterday.
baal work Of the day was done by R. L,
Bpotta lu addition to witinlng the dls
tanc baadloap, the well known shoeter
also was tba hi(,'h scrat.h gunner of tba
The tlrst leg on thr November cup
waa takea by VT. B. Oftfen and Dr. Cul
v.-r took the prize off.red by Mr Oajden.
Th. Travers Island trophy was WOB by
j. M. Joaaa The shoot under Otynipb
rulee was won by D. F. MOlabon.
G. L. SULLIVAN PR0M0TED.
... i, Siillivan. who became eaffi
nected with the Aaaestean LooemstlTe
Oompaay a y*ur sao, as Buperrlaor <?r
hrancb.s, has been promoted, and ln fut?
ure will have charge of the Chlcago
,,,.;,,?!, of thi eompaay. The poaition la
one of the most bnportam la the Alce
?eharoe af eflalra because af tha large ter?
rltory eontroUed by the Chlcago brdnch
Mr BdHlvan waa fbraaeiiy l? the news
paaer fleld He wiu be miBsed aion? Au?
tomobile ROW, where was well known
Contracts for Garden and Palace
Have Been Let.
NOVEL DECORATIVE PLANS
Exhibition in January Will Show
Wonderful Advance of Auto?
Although the Bhow season 1b more than
tWO months away. preparatlon on the
part of the committee ln charge of the
national automobile show to be held ln
Grand Central Palnre and Madison
S.iuare Garden January 11 to _."> ls ac
tively vmder way. The exhibition of
l'U.1. whbh wlll be dlvlded into two
parts. wlll be a record breaker from
every point of view.
Both as a speotacle and as an exhlblt
of what ls best lr motor car and acees
fcoiy making, it promlses to be the fore
most exhibition of Its kind ever seen
aaywhera Coattacta far ateal construc
tion, drcorating, aign making and other
braachaa oi the exhibition have been
glven out and tbe allotting of car space
has already been dlsposed of.
So wonderful and rapld has been the
giowth of the automobile Industry that
, ln order to house Us producta for exhi?
bition purposes lt has been found neces
Bary to Otlllae the two largest show
buildinga in New York City. Thls ls ln
stronp eontraat with the early days of
tha automobile. when a few scattered
and meagie dlflplays were reluctanjly
ghen space ln a blcycle show.
l'lans for remodelllng Madlbon S.iuare
Garden and Grand Central Palace have
been completed, and a BChenM of derora
tlon for both buildinga has been worked
out which from a standpolnt of beauty
wlll be unusually attractlve.
The interlor of Madison Square Garden
wlll be praetlcally reconstrueted. and a
eoatraet for Bteel large enough to bulld
a good slzed building has Just been given
out. Tbe akeleton steel constructlon
Whlek Wlll support the balconies wlll be
erected entlrely lndependent of support
from the walls of tha Uarden. Tbe In?
terlor of Grand Central I'alare wlll be
sarlehed Wltb tjellls w._k and floral deco
ratlonV wbJeb wlll add eyeatly to the now
beautlfol tnterier. Aa la the j.ast, aii the
furnishlngs and slgns of th* exhlbltors
wlll be unlform and made a part of one
Tb.-re wlll be a greater number of motor
ears of the pleasun and commercial type
Bhown .it the two weeks. two buildings"
exhibition than ever before, whlle the .Ii*
play of motorcyclee, accessorlea and porte
wlll l.e of glgantic proportlons. The
motoreycle exhibition thls year wlll b. ,i
blg abow ln Itself and a comprehenslve
Applleatlona for exhibition spa.'e are
pourlng ln dHlly at the offleca ef the
Automobile Board <>f Tra.le. and MeTle I.
Downa, aecretary <>f tha show committee,
la allotting wbatever floor room is left
to early appllcants. _
COLUMBIA RUNNERS WIN
City Oollege 'Cross-Country
Team Beaten in Dual Meet.
I'oiiimhia won lha annnal 'eroee-eeun
try run wltb the CeMepa >>f tlie City of
New York yeeterday by a Beore of '.'1 t?
??. 8. Reichart. of Col imbia, waa the
indlvldual winner Kddle Krey, >.f City
College, led from the start, hut R.l'hait
Btuck cIobo to hfs heels all along the llv
and one.half mtie course on Meerafde
Drlee and won out ln the laat quarter
niil. ln H minutes al BecondB. Prey waa
rinbt bahlad, Brdshlaa ". -!- Baktatea U
H H. Evana, captaln of the Columbia
team, was third, ii. H Blaatee ? aeeonds,
with BL Zvlrln. a promlslng Columbia dls
tance man, a fractloti of B second behlnd.
.1... Bcalata, the faat Itallan from the
City College. Who followed Zvlrin. WBJ
the seeond <'lty College man to crosa the
The summary followa:
i s Beleaart roiumi.ia . M*l
?? I" Krc>. .' C H V.'- '?'
i | li 11 Kvana. Columbia.
' _ j Bcatata. C ?' N Y. ? ?*
I )| B B SUdr. fuiunibla. I?:10
7 !'. Celby. Oohunbla ? ? ? ? ? jj*
1 | s BranaSUtton, C C N Y. UM
' Dono% an. ;' C ?. I. gj*
10 -W ,>nnn. I'oliimt.ia. Ji _>
11 jf i ,,ir k>-.-. OolumMa."*_
j_ a Btebura. C. C. tt. Y.. Ma_
W I. BrdwR C C. N. Y. MJe
u i ronroy, C C tt. T. *?? '"
fl I S.?'..l r C. ?' N V. att:?a
;; ,.m.n..,.<?. C N Y ._**
17 \ Heraar, C. C. N. v. M W
52_S5^" Nearly a Quarter-Century of Leaderehip"
To the man who wants the finest
motor-car in his neighborhood
The Stevens-Duryea is the finest of fine
cars. It is here?for you to see and try.
The C-Six carries the Stevens-Duryea
leadership into new fields. It is such an
advance upon anything else in the motor
car world in beauty, ease, convenience,
quietness, cOmpletencss, and active power,
that it may properly be called an entirely
If you really want to own the finest
motor-car that's to be had, you must see
this new C-Six.
$4500 to $5950; open and enclosed bodies; two to seven pasaengcts
A G Spalding & Bros 1875 Broadway
Philadelphla: 262 N Broed St Newark: B45 Broad St
Stevena-Duryea Company Chicopee Falle Maai
"Pionecr Butldera of American Sia.ee"
COMMENDS ROAD PROJECT
Ocean-to-Ocean Highway Will
Be Monument to Industry.
The ocean-to-ocean stone highway
whlch the enterprlse and audaclty of
Amcrlcans wlll make possible wlthln n
short time wlll be a greater monument
tO automoblle manufacturers, dealers and
owners than Is the world fatned Applan
Way to Boman engineers," ssys James I.
Hundley, president of the American Mo
iors Company, of indianapolin, nnd one of
the enthusiastlc boostera of tlie plan to
bulld a national highway.
"I am toid that subserlptions to the
IIO.UOO.OO) fund whlch wlll be necessary
for the eompletion of the project are
coming in rapidly, and it is to be hoped
that the flnanclal aad of the inatb-r wlll
be all taken care of by tho beglnnlng of
the new- year. lt behoovea every' lover of
the open road to glve the proposltlon his
Detroit Arranging for Enter
tainment of National Ass'n.
The National Association of Automo
blle M.'.nufn.-turers, Inc, whlch. at its
october meeting, passed the century
niark In the matter of membershlp. will
hold a conventlon at Detroit on Novem?
ber 1.1, 14 und lo. Thls was decided upon
ln St-ptember, when the president was
authorlied to eelect the date and loca?
tlon and appolnt the neccssary < oni
The Detroit manufacturers at once
made a Md f?r the cvent. They offered
to do the approi riate entertalnlng, to
throw open thelr fact )rtea. and to us?
all efforts to bnng sbout B gatherlng
Of nv-n repro^entatlve of tlie industry.
Thelr Invltation waa accepted, and tl.e
arrangementf were placed In the B?Bda
nf a. committee cewpoeed of R. I>.
< haptn, 9. D. Waldon, \V C U land.
Hugh Chalmt-rs and W. K. HetSgBT, wlth
II. \V. K.nd as secretary.
The headqaartera of the conventlon will
be at the Hotel Pontehartraln. The pro
. eedlnga wlll open wlth a meetlng of the
execatlye committee on the afternoon or
November 13. The flrat session of the
geaeral meeting wlll be held on the fol
lOWlng mornlng. There wlll be another
aeaelen ln tbe afternoon and In the
< v.-nlng tbe members wlll be tbe guests
of the I>elroit manufacturers, st B baa*
QIMt at the rontchartraln. There wlll be
two buslne-s seaslona on Novembee a\
the nest day being left open for vislts
to fnctorles and otber polnts of interest.
BaOB of tlie busln,.-sa sesslona wlll last
about two hours. ?
YACHTS TO RACE FOR CUP
Lloyd's Harbor Club to Hold
Election Day Cruise.
C A Maralaad, chlef I der, Walt.r
S. anlllvsn. lord ..f the k?- ... II. Tocher,
i ig clam, and W. R. Ba little aealiei
the mmc being tbe offlcers of the Uord'a
Harbor Ya<-ht Ctuh, anaoanee thal *ight
pachta ef tha 'lub fleet wlll race on Klec
ii :. i>.iy from Mea Ba beiie to i,ioyd's
Harbor foi b ip offered by M W. Ilouck
TMa wlll be tbe ilrst ef a three day*'
The paehta aataraa for thls race are
tbe Hefiora, <;. P. Oraahary; the Bataal*
lah. B. II. Tucker. the Yl< tory. H A.
Jackson. Jr ; the Uuardls. C A Marsland,
tbe Anieds. H. H. gead-BTdt the I_dy M ,
K. C Mvrl- k; the Rurprlse II. M KattOVe
born, und the /.uhrah. H>-nry Doecher
After th<- raoc ihera arOI be a meeting
aad election of the nondaBlIng coaualttae
mi boatd the ftag?hlp Ouurdla ln Lloyd s
Harbor at 8 p. rn
To-d v th- i, wHi he -, iling;. r,i< ? open
to aaambera f..r tbe gulltraa prlaa ?nd
to-morrow a raee f>?r th?- llaraland prize
. in tt.e s.im.- day tbe paehta wlll ra.-?
rnck tO New Ho. helle for the prlfe offere.l
t v Chariea Velta Tha recee are re a
H_l!.-,i on the percentage handlcaps sr
ranaed br ,l;e executlve committee.
Glidden Criticises Those Who
Had Contest in Charge.
LITTLE WORK FOR ENTRIES
Asserts at End of Unofficial Run
That Long List Could
Have Been Secured.
More than one hundred entrles for the
next Glidden tour and the support of
ever" motor club, trade aasoclatlon,
chamber of commerce and munlcipallty
on the route of the tour, are expected to
he the net results of Charlea J. Glldden's
run over the Lakes-to-the-Gulf route, be?
tween Detrolt and Kew Orleans, ln hls
Whlle Mr. Glidden received a great
ovatlon and found many forces at work
ln the Interest of tourlng contests and
good roads, he also dlscovered that many
organlzatlons and publlc offlclals who
had taken an actlve interest ln the tour
did not have a proper understandlng of
the purpose of the contest, nor did they
know that the contest was open to them.
Mr. Glldden's suggestlon that the route
be re\erse.l ao that the Btart wlll be
ma le In New Orleans and the flnlah in
Detreit was reeelved enthustastlcally ln
the Cre'cent city, and the plan has been
lubmltted to the American Automobile
Association, with the asaurance of
greater support than Was glven the orig
That some one ls responslble for a
acrtoua omlsslon ln falllng to present the
Qlldden tour ln the proper llght was the
opinion of Mr. Glidden when he arrlved
ln Ytcksburg, Mlss.. and learned that the
Tiuslness Men's Ixague and several In
dlvMnala bad been ftnxloua to enter the
tour. hut did not kr.nw that they were
. llglble. When Mr. Gltdder found alm
llar condltlona ln ciarksdale. Greenwoo-t
and Ja.kson he became convlnced that
the posiponement of the tour because of
la^k <>f entriea would not have been
necessary lf R representatlve had been
Beat into the field to lay the matter be?
fore the proper people
Before Mr Glidd.n reached Indlanapolla,
UM peOOtsd BlShl atop <>f hls tour, he WM
t.,;.| thal nsaay pcrsona who would have
enteied cars In the to ir were deterred by
tbe Impresslon that the fur was a closed
aveal Htid they did not learn of thelr ell
glblllty until Mr. Glidden Issued hls lnvl
tatlon to motortsts ln general to Joln him
ln a tour over the offlcial route.
Mr. Glidden personally rertlfled that the
twe Maxwells .-overe.1 the route BB the
offl' ln' aehedale of running time and hls
certlflcate was Indorsed by Governor I,
BL Ha'l of ly.ulslana. The Governor was
on* of the guests at a banquet to the
Qllddefl teawfeta at Batao Rouge. and he
ha*. taken an actlve Interest In all projects
for the good of road ?building and motor
When it became known that the route
waa feaslble. though extremely dlfflcult,
entriea representlng New Orleans were
Immedlately piomlficd by A. Hchaffen
burg, M K Harl and othera of that city
Other 'Itles which wlll have entriea, but
which wore not known at tha time the
tour waa postponed, are Memphla, Naah
vlll? and LeulevtUa .Indlvldual entriea
irfU he made by private ownera In over I
? iio.eti dtlea oa the route.
\\ Itk the certalnty of a large field of
entriea from places on the route and as?
aurance of support from large cltles ad?
jacent to lt. Mr Glidden has re ommended
i to the American Automobile Aasoclation
that H. H. Rohlnson, of the Wolverlne
Automobile club. be sent through the
, terrltory to work up and organtze tho
A Bulldog Grip
Now the Favorite Winter Tire
Here ig the treadl which haa come to outsell every other
form of non-akid. .... ,. _?
It comea on a tire which alao out?eIla every other bre
m Think what a combination ? No-Rim-Cut tirea with
thii Goodyear Non-Skid tread. *-____#_ ai.
Any man who Beea them ia bound to aay, H bara the
winter tire for me.
All Objections Ended
Early _on?ekid treada were made of
aoft rubber. Tbe projectiona were
too ahort-lived. _'_ _ _
Otben involTedboth metal and rub?
ber?nateriala that never comBine.
And all, until thia one, put too much
etrain on tbe fabric, becauae tho
atrain waan't distributed.
That'e why men have uaed the ln
Now We Have Thia
Now we have thls thiclt eatra tread.
vulcaniaed on to the regular. So you
get the endurance of a double-thick
tread. ... _
Tbia eatra tread ia of very tougri
rubber. ao tbe non-akid feature Issts.
Tbe blocka are deep-cut. They
preaent totbe road surface countless
edgcs and angiea. They grasp the
road or pavement with a bnlldog grip.
Each of these blocks widena out at
the base, so tbe atrain is distributed
over the fabric Just aa with smootb
So we offer you now an endorina.
efflclent. an ideal non-akid tread.
One glance will abow you that no
other dcvice comparea wltb it.
Motor-car ownera havo teated out
over 200,000 of these treada. As a re
ault, the demand today ia enormons.
And tbia winter will treble it, prob?
Come see what it meana to havo
overalse tirea, tirea that can't nm
cut and tirea that can't akid.
Tbs Qooxtroor Tire Book- o-mn! on 13
yean ef tire m_kinf --i* fil?d with fscts
,ou ,l_uld know. Atk i-to msilit le ??*.
With or Withovtt Non-Skid Troadi
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO- Akron, Ohio
New York Branch: 1972 Broadway.
Phone ColOaibaa 7490-74I1-74I2-74H3.
Brooklyn Branch: 1178 Bedford Ave. I'hone Bedford 7B80-7I81.
Wewark Branch: 28 Balsey Bt. Phone Market 7561-67
"Magnet BM" Earns His
Pay in Big Auto Plant
Saves $20,000 a Year at
O verland Factory by
Piclring Up Nails, etc.
Vlsltors to the huge plant of the Willys
Overland Company In Toledo have often
notfce<I a tall, broad ahouldered, stooped
and somewhat grlssled man. who may be
seen, raln or shlne, summer or wlnter,
walklng alowly about the plant, eyes al?
moat oonatantiy east earthward. Al?
though he doesn't look the part, he ls an
important item in the modern method of
factory operation. which makes thls one
of the best eonducted plnnts tn the auto?
mobile industry. Though his wage is
that of the average w.irknian, "Magnet
Bill," as the grlzzled man is known, ls
Worth a good deal to the company by
which he Is employed.
"Hlll" gets hls nlckname from the fact
that hla tools conslst sol. Iy of one tin
bucket of the twelve-quart variety and a
blg steel magnet, atrapp'd to the end of
a shovel handle to allow- for . ase in op
eratlon. And hia work <s mlghty Impor?
tant, even though it looks slmple to the
It ls "Blll's" duty to save automobile
tlres, those coatly rubber overcoats which
adorn the wheels of motor cars, hy re
movlng from the roadway every nall and
blt of iron, brass or ste?l that rolght
eause a puncture. When it Is known that
thousanda of cars are 1 eing run back and
forth ln reachlng the place where they
are tested. and seores of visltors' cars,
offlee machines and delivery truoks use
the thoroughfare dally, the wUSora of
saving tlreB Is at on.e apparent.
" 'Magnet B1U' saves his salary a dozen
tlmes over evejry day he Worka," says
G. W. Bennett, vlce-preaident of the
company. "He performs his duty faith
funy and well. and were it not for his
efforts our expenditurea for punctured
and cut tlres would be femendous. We
have figured tbat without the precautlona
taken by 'Bill,' whose blg magnet
snatches up every bit of metal on the
road. thls cost would reach a total of
tX'tjO every year."
. a '"
ISOTTA IN NEW QUARTERS.
The Isotta-Kraschinl Motors Compai y
is now in Its new quarters, at Broadw.;/
and Wd street. The ehange ln locatioii
was nerrssary beOBWBb the old quarters
did not afford Blstkllaat ^paee. A senlo
station with a full and complcte stock of
part? has been tBlabMlbsd on the thlrd
tre the equal of any Winter car built regardless of prlce.
A&suming that we can demonstrate to you the accuracy
of this statement b there any reason then why the
National should not be censidered before you deci'de on
your lmtouslne car?
rf tbe Poermer Motor Car Co. preseated you with a
check for 1500.00 or Ji.ooo.oo as a present we take
it for granted that you would accept it. Yet lf you buy
t National flmouatne you will wrfte yourself a check for
just that amount. Stop and consider what this means
Examine all the aecepted quaflty cars, make a mem
ontndum of thdr many refmemetrte and advantages, and
after you kave seen them a_ stop in and compare the
added feaiures of afl the cars you have seen with those
of the Natiooai
You'ie wekwoe to a copy of our latest catalogue, in
whfch you wi_ find atl the urformation you want con
cernlng both the National ~40M Hmousine and touring
car. Write to-day and get I by return maiL
Gray & Davia electric lighting and starting system.
Poertner Motor Car Co.,
1522 Broadway, New Y-t 1314 Bedford Are., Brooldyn
I 1913 Paige Equipment J
| is Really Complete j<
li __^____,_.__ --ytfg-! I
Paige Model Bnunwlck,
5-paaee?aer tounn* car, $1000
THIS graceful, well-built, comfort
able Paige model Brunsvyick, 5
passenger touring car, which selis
for only $1000 is regularly equipped
?without any "extra charges"?wilh ^e\i'
uine mohair tops, side curtains and
top cover, ventilating windshieid,
quick demountable rims (set of five),
tire irons, Prest-O-Lite tank, 5 black
enamel lamps, full set of tools, horn,
jack, tire repair outfit, etc.
is ready for the road?ready to drive anyuhere the
minute you get it. Not a thing to buy but your gaso
line, and the Paige runs a long way on a little of that.
Twenty to twenty-five miles per gallon of gasoline is
an everyday performance with thousands of Paige
cars. And that's just because the Paige motor is built
so correctly and so canfuily. And Paige motors con
struction is typical of Paige construction throughout.
Come *tttdy the Paige. and see for yourself. Five pleasmg
body types all built on the one standard Paige chas.t*?5*
passenger touring car, a snajjpy fore-door roadstcr. mile-e
minute typc of raceabout, prices $975 to $1000. beautifal L;i
Marquise Coape, $1500 and the stylish Sultnna Sicdau. s-eatiug
five, $1600. Full electric equipment on Coupe and .Seda...
Immediate dcliveries on all l&l j models.
S. J. WISE & CO.
(Phone Number) (Addreaa)
8381 Columbus 1794 Broadway
PAIG-.DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY. DETROIT, MICHIGAN