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MOTOR VEHICLE LAW
EXPECTED TO STAND
Wiseacres Predict That No
\evv Legislation Will
Be Enacted.
U'GRATH BILL HAS
XOT BEEN BOOMED
Pfoposi I on Uniform Con?
trol < ontain f entures of
Old Regulatl
?
no mo
, or ad
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'
-
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*
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law
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...
?
?
\? O rat h hill
? *
-
owner or cl
officials 1
f
'?-um! qui? I
: for I
??n a l?asis that would ?
meant an increai
? ii.? f. ?-? in other
... -s h wi -* ?? nsi? ered too drastic II
? state to furnh i> sign?
? roads lea
? ? or '? I towns an?!
i that re?: ? *
ad n* i
Th? White on tl n port !
' !..:iir Veh!.- ? ! ?
lative. Commlsaloi , a] i>'>int'<l t?> conf? r \
?1th the i tber ata!
tlon of uniform laws, has th is i
far i- iced only in the Senate.
It ha? airea?
t
the rVhlte
:' tha lawa controlling motor re
? ??? as far bach
werg fewer 1 ?ian on?*- th? nd
? ?? t?te. The wiseacres
?xp"?-t that this bill Will
??r... ? ? .
iat it will fall to ' ? "in?- law.
One of the Inter? i of th?
?ubmitt? ?' ??? *.he i ?? ?
? ?.? owa
? ? r opinion, the exaction ol
**ation or license
fe?\ whki re revenue t.. tl ??
state thiin
and 1m
r? ?par m.
It may ? motor *
;
portion to I
??i:mpt!'?r that ige tha
lys,
?tata * al the
* * a n-e of
i Itisens?I -..-,?
traefli all tt?= cltltM ?? B? I
?? ?
? ?'. Tha
. is as a? de
arable th? ??oint of the
i
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h y motor \
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St ?-ho'i'il
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and
amera 4
;. ' ol taxa
? ( their
I
COAST TO COAST RIDE
Motor Cyclist Hopes to Beat
Record of Twenty Days.
? G. Raker, l
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*?*-??
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. | n Fr
I v,,. h fOln|
Mr. Bahl r r? -
? ' ' ? 1 *.**..
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II''
"tckard Transportation and Repairing Co.
?_, ?j ' ?. .!-? -t . N.-.v \?,rL ? My.
'''?'?'IT I-.,, k.ir.l. I .xiririK. I ill.I nil, t
*?Ul I n- ..,i?. n- (.us | ,.r llnr.
H] ' I.- I rip <ir Hour.
u , .n-?* ?' ?ft?,
-
? I Valves
;?*?'?-.?
Ufr cri i
ML ULLI
9 DC?llD ????I-' >? tute. I Mini? Weeks In?*.,
bRuAIK
?'Mttt? Sale of Tires <_ Tubet Ever
FROM 4*% TO 70% OFF!
I,":'*'' \?i?.?.*.- ?...
? '?1 I ?ll'.l \ l \\||- Hiiiih?
? .
i ?elect
' ?? M ; ?, tsryami I ? I
''?' i r? Mus..-, i x, h ?M i I i?
i
' l'?' ?- ??'I I -i ? - , ? ..i l.nri.iK .
VKill.A ?
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PIERCE-ARROW CAR ON THE PLAINS OF MONTANA ;
NOW IN STEADY USE OVER A ROADLESS COUNTRY
SPEEDWAY ENTRIES
NUMBER FOURTEEN
Second Delage and a King
Car Are ihe Latest
Nominations.
RENE THOMAS WILL.
DRIVE FOREIGN FLYER
Detroit .Machine To Be Handled
by Arthur KKin. a Youngs?
town Man.
i Hi r?
? liana polls, March 21 \ a? i n. IN -
i Ren? boma
?
in the next W le i on the Ii
?
Iden .? ' ? a*l lured
? i
Lug ? ? " i aid racing re?
F 76.8 i ? su with a final lap
H
For ;t tiiut? thlfl cat aras sported to
Mra [-.otla K.
? . , .
ait Prise md Vand?
.?
? .
factoi ? : r i'm? Incfl ? event
Thou ? f the 1
of i- boI Last year .11
tl " ? ? I ! I ' \ ? .
handl ? ermed t? ? ? ? ?? Wltii I
hi?, present r< ord holding car he :
expected to k?\?? ti,? ? ?-?st of o,o ;;.?;?! _|
. ?? '
: ,'. i
with five s] la It la
???..? ? . ? ? ? ?!-. .
work,
-, h. r Amei lean ? : ? - ? ?
nated for the i i
i i ?? " l ? ?i ??. wltl m thur K lein, a
Youngstown, Ohio, speed enthusla I
?:
piruc!' . nj
?
la - i par- j
? ?
ehi? fly und? the direction ol
Dawson, with whom he wenl :
??' up In t
nir.ni1>-.
i ion of Thomtta and Klein, to?
it of 1 ?uray, nnou
? ?. ?? ray et
to a ?rand total of fourteen, ss rollows:
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1.. Bu
Is.. .?
_. Stuta .
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Thla Held
est In t n?
: ? . . ? . big ap*ed*a ay ra ?
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MARMON TO BE ACTIVE
Begins Aggressive Campaign to
Reach New York Buyers.
Tba n ? ? ement of the Incor
Mu i tumi N? ?? f? ??: ' *?'?
?' .? iii Brosd?
under th<
? ; ,,?.'?:": i
me ne*a ? to 11 ??
oernett of t i thla t
With tt. the Indiana)
am srtll bacoma an a? Uve com? 11
tor for the exclusive t ids of thi
'i hat t : - ' ? ? i
......... . .
For i
? ? | Mai mon '
.? irgest |
? r-, i ? ? ? tchlnei r In the a
eight competit
that Mi'-'?
? '
... . ne poll
?m?? basai foUowed b] them In
. ?
a othei trade m
India . ........i the
u* 1 b of It
idem
twelr? ear-old ci Howard H Man
It ?? . ? etntx
i ... i... -, . ,. _ ?
i abroad and ? bl? m *re
: la da
?
nlted Stati I
s to the tonn?
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Up. '? : ?? i
ibis I on ?i" r? n
.peral
,...!?
. ! ITS at."' i
, li ' t" _
FRENCH BILLIARD
PLAYERS ARE BU!
Maurice Daly, Returning
This Country, Talks o
Foreign Stars.
THINKS CASSIONOL
A MATCH FOR HOP.
IEight Entries likely for I
Tourney Beginning Here
on April 20.
?Vftei *??:?. of tour!
I _lau i an Iv? d I on s <>-1
la) i ? : "
? * * . i
?
? *
ed in tl
b'rencl re pel mitted t?? fill
? ?
;..* ni' i
: ? me tn ible a Ith I he pi
j who a ? o ?:. ? i" tool
well and told ? ? he wai a to j
*
????-;.*...: - tlon
.
.i
mass? pli ? ? ? i : .
to heal ?? ? 'asslKnul.
want? i?? p i Hoppe and aak.nc
?
'
leisui e, because the acadi
May. in the eresi i wo
I , : t | i ?*? t
* ' '.
i in a
I ]
?'. ? k i.iiu and pa
?., him t
- ? . d Oibel
.ition, i il do i
? i--- ? * ' . ds. The;
. id slaai .md too n u? h ?idorji
-l! ),''.t*.*.
Marva, have an ? elth? M
',*?!.. I *.,*.., i a
r.ntri?
? ? ?' |ln at the 1
the 1
. i r *-. 11 ? ?. : *-'
? i probabl? ? * ? iVlHIam i
?,. i,? gg i Blosson ?
Xew fork liai : \ P. < 'line, i
i Hoi nlngst ? of l".tt
of ? .- eland, ai
? ? Button arni Calvin DtBm
.
? i.i chami
, ont?
at Kansas < ind
defei
Edward FUI] h ol Hit tstown, S
? ? ? ' * ..*?-.
ntinui - i i ? ? ii
In Api. 1912 ;?t Philadelphia, R ??
ao ? ? aame the 1 i
? i
l ?em ei. fii Ished ?
Oro third - later, at Trentoi
De ' ' o took * ?.? m., lonahip fr< n
Ralph.
Last October, In Now "\
? . I??- ? rro and ?t !'H" 'i "i" title
a hi. ii > e has defended
i ? 'hurl? I W4 .i Mat
i : ? Pratt! of San i ? has chs
m.mini
? -
? miia .* * sen
1:1 li.i :
With Dud!? \
Ma ' ? Brst and t
? .i i. imp!? a - i i**
,t\?.a) Michael I New ^ ork,
I i< ?? !? d bun "*- u .anised leader <?!
the profession, bul K.'\ mi., ?a.? t'h
Brst ''i v\ in ., . *? ; *
. MB In a
loui ? menl t the 1 came ,*
i In New.Tork on a l l ta ?
|"?.-k? ' I
At ?lreman's !i?. Detn *.. ??n April M,
- . Ks inaal ed tn ths Brst ;
,i to whkh admission ws
, |n Hie I niti'l tStat? : i ? at ?*>ai
Michael i*":* ! " Detroit, wl m
f.,,!.-.! hi the ? ? re oi
In i*' ?*> ?
? ? hea, oi a at * ? th?
t Buffalo i at I at Irving 1
? . . ? - ?til lulii" l-C.i ? a
won both gatnea ' ? In na Hall on Apui
3 i ,,i. y del *? ' l ? ' to . i?-.'
I'loni .lune ! to :?. IBB, at Ii ri?a ? ?-,l1 be
. ? nd cha ' '
on a I?, f I
.,i ti?-r play? in that <
i i- Ooldthwalt,
?f Boston; Philip Tl? man .?i d John i ?? ? t
.,f ? ?i,ri?,i .i* ?reit?
i ol? of Detroit, a ' ' i
llilladelpl la
Un . i participated
Mail Carrier Uses Auto
Despite Exclusion Act
Nantucket Residents Unable
Thus Far to Place Folger's
Overland Out of
Commission.
1 i ?? little .-?ami of \ mtu ... t ..it the
coast of Massachusetts, la Is a furor these
??a. s because of what is regarded
darin?,- violation of "the statuts? -
und provided." A merry legal wai
occupying the attention of the eoutta
almplj because Clinton s Folger, ?? ma I
toring
The trouble, in which Mi FWger bas
?? ? -t'iriot,?!, , . ?.-.y
? ? ?h<? Ums ?Alien the mail
? : 11 bas d on ovei land touring
i ' -ton. In sp .?? ol the fa? t I
obUa i ? '? i.. n ? Igoioust) denied
admission to the Island, Mr, Folger
brought i - n? a p in h < is boo i
- ? ?.'?-..? ? ptlon of tin; Ums h ?
? in ' ourt, t'?-?'ii dellvet ing mall
m it.
T ? offldala of rh<? island wer? much
ip -? ii*?n rltixen Folgei
Intr? 'i " nix his gasolene cur
red precln
l o no avail. He i
? at ? - ashlp entitled blm
In the flrst three-ball match ever played
Dt ni.- oppon? m "??..i?? PI? rs
of ] - I : ?- h..' ii was for \
ihr???- compeUtiona oa ? ? 1-1 by 11 table, I
ockets, the Ural of its kind ? rot
? ? ?? ? thtS Cl .UM V *
tila were I In? bes in dlanv U ; |
? irme won the flrst a ? ' t the aacond
and foi feiti ' '??' ;-' -'? ;
Cat ii'?-'.- winning a?., rag? was Ml.
Kavanagb waa born In Ireland, and was I
m his eighty-second year When became
to .metrtea h>- located In Canada. Ha
.to New fork, where h? found
sin .ii the mother of Main ice Daly. |
He learned billiards from Barm i Crysl ?
and Mi? h iel Phelan, and Improved uj on
the . and skill of bis tutors as I
; m : h player hs ?v.is one of th.- best ev??r I
known In any ? ountn . Al
Its ir.tu m
Ri Burning billlai la .'.-? an ? Kereiss ? ? I
made remarkable ph: Bical m" ? ?
and develo] ed Burpi latn? i oflcli i ?? ?it |
three cushion carroras, which hs ised I ?
,,;.,? p it Dal 'S with William |
Clark and a tminncr of reUred oflkera of
tli.? army ami naw. Last sprlnc h" I
aook billiard? and sserdsed by walking in
? <ntr.ii Park,
< >f those who competed against Kav
anagh m his profaaslonal earser onlj Joha
Doerj and Michael Polsy survive Deeiy,
row m New York. Is seventy-two Foley,I
...i,.. ??? . | ??? i??.., !n bale and
hearty In Del
WARNER JOINS OAKLAND
Appointed Sales Manager to
Take Place of Eccleston.
? ? < made < f l be appoint I
-.- . t !'???.i w Warnet as general si'.- ?
kgar of the Oakland Motor <*.ir i rr. ?
red J. B> HYflssloii. who na
.?? .1 Warner*? advanre In tin? auto
i ..i ii ndusti has besa meteoric ii
originally in the wImIpmiI* Implement
bualnesi i I ago became ?coa?
ti .i vu. t r..? Bui. ?4 Met? ' Compa
. _. i- of it:? Chicago ? inch, a hers
? ....'i., r ? I ?? ;? .
in : ?.-' ?..? ?? ined the ?-'iiuiic for. * of \}.e ?
' joha i leers Plow ? ? at Kansas
? 'ii ?. ;.s travelling salesman, and a a- with
: nil fourtH tu '??at.- m \.n "?.- peal- !
? m aalsa manager for four -, sari
? ' '.? h. ?. New Mexico an i ,
? :i I
WILL VISIT A*. A. A. CLUBS
Head of National Body 'o
Swing Around Big Circuit.
. | ? ? . i, going
. r tbem and returniag by a aouth-1
? .i ,\ Wilson pr?-xid?-nt of]
. ??? AutomobUa Aaaoclatlnn.
start it a vialUag trip I
to the real siat?? and Ux al eluba
t ??.*?. n t?if? two eeaatS
ad ce *? at I siweea the I
tu-oi ?f tu?? aatlonal body of antease
?? .ii.d til-? ?.t'ii-.!? m tu?! r?verai ?tat'?,
will relate t? qnsallona of Aaset
\ .'.ii.- ?? Ils Av-.i. i.ttlori SOU? ? gem :
? ' ' ? ? pertlMilar ri fen : a at thi-*
fed al t oad legislation.
Matters ot Bpecial Interest to tiie va
i ??'.it.?, ?ii???, will be passrd ipon, for
? ?? effort of ri.- national i"-..'
further uniformlt? It .'.i laws ?ff?
e of motor ?It l\ ? ?. \ ehl? I?-?
Elect New Auto Firms.
? . - .. Mote t**r ' ompa i
d the 'i sndli i Motor I
' ? "f ? I.', r !.. ;,,) |, H ? ? I ??? " , |.
?? ? ', ? o N at tonal luto
? ' 'i un! ci "t ? oinmer? t.
?; : * '
I Beet]
I gation of ?
:. tha Massa
ion t.i pasa ai
n law prohibiting tha
Iger kept right
.
fl : ? * ind d
to si tlon. The In?
. - ? '.
Anoth? ? ? nee, an?l the s
? ,t.?i i olgei Into ? ? rt He was I
for violating th.- exil islon act, but Imme?
:?* . iled. The neal rrittln.- of the
- ? Court of rlcl In July,
so F r clhnbed ...
off agi
i . ? announc? tl he s
? ? ' ugh to th? end, 1 ?Kin?: it to the
B ? ? ?? '? ; . -, v aahh "? au? a
?- i ? r.whi'.e.
1 he an m le to drive
his . . ;
Thoua ? fif 111
; f? ellng has ? een atl ' > by the case,
in no on t'ii
? d.-i\ i,.- was cited to a ? ?rt '.?
I .? ?,n? of t he *-' * ?Un? '. ?i. le, ami
aft? r the i- lal ti ok Chief <>r Pol ? ?
??n a little ? :* da ?? B lam otl Tha
selectmen have decided
only Overli
Island Ii to cap! ire It ?orne ds k n-.^nt
an?! dump ? oard w!??-re : v.
'.?. ..- eo.
Porter Quits Mercer and
1 Will Build a New Car
Former Manager and Designer j
o? Trenton Factory Has
Ambitious Plans for
the Future.
v
'
?
gned to be
form? ?
? .
?
.
Proba > thai
i*?-?*-;*,- ted a
ta
the Merca a the
years
racing n a *..-.
signed
out gei
It
TEAMS OUT AT COLUMBIA |
Track and drew Men Get Into
Open Air This Week.
??utdooi -?-? . ? ? i. for two of
: ; u.-ek. ? hen
the ti ? ? -
and * | ft in ere?
ng trai k on
-
? i ** h ...,.*. - ,
out ' ? Jim Ric? ?
? ?I that T lead.
? ? -in work on tha river tha
i of i
jantme.1 tha Hud on fu
if f .?* m, n ahow up R as | Ian - to
? ? 'varsity and three freshman ? ;
For the Umo beiiiR the Brat \?-ar oan
will ron m the barges, while th? ra
d ??*! a ; i lake to the ah? i Imn i diately.
Tii? Columbia track mea bava a abortar
Khedula befora them this yeai than
usual, and their Brat competltloa conns
on April -, ?*:?!?. they take part In the
i*. un- i? an a rela ca rnlt il I ?? one?
?. team will run In the Interool?
. lonahip class, and II Is ex
j,. et? 'i tha -??? antrlea a III ba a
,n tha ape? ?
Amiiiti'nn plana ?? * r the
fresl i
being arranged with the i?e %Vttl ?
and High School of Commerce tean i
well as with ti?e freshman teams of
Stevens Institute College of the City of
Xew vor;-, and Mew fork University. \
one-mii.- freshman r? prob?
ably t.?* senl to ? ?* ?'? ? ? Ivan I?
to ' omi ? '?* ? ilnat Panns: I? i .?. M
?.?.?n and I
Twelve Gunners Face Traps. I
.... *. . the G ?
end Baj trapa ? f the B? I facht
Club ' '? '?" ded foui ' '? '
a leg ,,n tha Di Ltklnaon ? up
was won by C. FVrgusc I lacardl
of p2 out of a. poaall i? I ? tari
1 i ; h'Sli m H ?? ??
? for th? Kill?,'* ? and B
prisa In the take boa
?. two-man team * ? ?? wa - a on
by T. Olbson. ?
Porter ha? a'r-w'.y taken the step? pre
iry to thr? IbnaatkM of ,i nen- i <>n
?"? 'ti h lin plans tn? proiluoitoi?
a two atsaa of < ? dm I **in-<
, s ? the M-a
? ..<?- : r ha (!??? m-.
-?*.>? t pl?S)t) .i.*
now weighing
. - three or t ur
*. tortea that srs
. *:i t.. produce a o
ra a year, .?: a hleh ana
? .'" tha l.irsiT t.?*|?e. ?.e"
ind ? ' ' '?'. an.i three tbouaand of
..*.nut i;.;.'1'1 ?i. -
. - n the f? - ???? Under t i'?
nui has
f finding a ready ma
t '?>-.?. ?. ? ? '!ite?npl.ite**
. i ;.i ins other dutiea !'?? ?
: . , ' i ?? Hereof ra.
. mg i |ma with much aw
* return? from !??">?
? ... i ?i let * ?
. prise *Ai?ii ?
: :.-i V'.iu-r
cai bas suceesded m eaptur?
? ? ?. .
ORPHANS' DAY. JUNE 4
Committee Early at Work on
Plans for Outing.
I? f t " Orphai v "no
lUon of n? **? I "i k, in' ?
' ? ! "ii 'l'iur?., v el i ** "'- ?? ? ' I
\ ? ? ... i ?m
?? . ?i? a
.;i "*? the | I for I Stef*
?' ? bildren tbla si aunar was
heai'i (Villlam ? I eras ? at '?-?
I . ??? W, J, Morgan Brat rloe-ptfael
...
?tit. II. A. i uni \
lia si ? *
us. .?:.,'. tha outing ? in lake
? l \\ here Hi?
? ? i.l be atm.mrpptA
i.u? i. \ ?. ? ? of i anka aras extended *??
B. A. Mil? the i it, tot the
t year. u th?
aexl ? . '?i. t<? i"?
held ?-'ii i-'i * I ivi'i k, mora Asi
U?ad.
GRADE CROSSING PERILS
Moline - Knight Official Says
Laws Are Inadequate.
?:.??*??
red
? ? tloa te?i
t - ? ? . ' ? ? i * death trapa ? I
the ? ? ? - tIon," as
W. H Van Itervnnrt, maker ?>f Molln?
?"n i gn ?? ? ?
In
I ? . ?'
?
monwealtha th: ? ? I ?
? ? m
i rd y.
'Cycles in Alaskn.
Two ? ? ?? !? n?
... ,. ?
i the I ?
pi ar In i north?
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all our forty-four years of manufac?
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"Progress and Efficiency."
Longer service and more satisfaction
to tire user has been our watchword.
We have not only been pioneers in
perfecting and devising the best
means to put mileage and quality
into rubber and fabric, but we have
been the pioneers in bringing tire
prices to their present low level and
raising the standard of quality.
With us it has been a history of bet?
ter raw materials, improved methods
?higher quality and lower price.
Today Goodrich leads in quality. We
set the standard by which all other
tires are judged.
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sense of security which you have
when you equip your car with
Goodrich Safety Tread Tires.
The Accepted Standard
Goodrich
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Best in the Long Run
The Goodrich Safety Treat
Five Bart and a Crosstie |
The "Safety First" Symbol
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? which gsVes Goodnch, Tires leadership.
Just the unit-group of bars and crosstie
which brace and balance the strain on
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a smooth tread does and gives more
actual service and mileage.
Here are the prices on the best tires ever produced in the Goodrich factory:
30 x
30 x
32 x
33 x
34 x
3
2Y>
3?4
4
4
Smooth Tread
Prices
$11.70
15.75
16.75
23.55
24.35
Safety Tread I Grer Inner
Pric.-i I Tube Prier*
$12.65
17.00
18.10
25.25
26.05
Sise
$2.80
3.50
3.70
4.75
4.90
34 x 4'2
35 x 4'_
36x4!?
37x5
38 x SK
S mon l h Treed
Price?_
$33700
34.00
35.00
41.95
54.00
Sefi-ly Treed
Price?
$35.00"
36.05
37.10
44.45
57.30
Grey Inner
Tub-? Price?
$6.15
6.30
6.45
7.70
8.35
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