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WILL TEST SAFETY
FENDERS FOR AUTOS
Inventory Will Have Chattel
TtlPsfJsj Show Their
How OXK BUMPER WORKS
Because of Hlrert KCOtdtnti due ti
careless drivings congeeteo1 tralfte, tc,
Which hevt resulted In killing or Iti
jurmrt .i nurnbsr of perOM segectellj
rBlldttn, tiic Safety First Society has
r.f late i ii Investigating certain
,,r. , drvlms for automobiles un
motor Irm k. An a result of thin In
n theft will be a pUbtlt dem
onstration for city oflviuiii, oiii pis of
SfVty TualllSUtlons, tlw I'oll.o tic-
ptrtmcM, Board of Health aAatala nmi
Mhtra 111 TtlCMtaf In Manhattan. Va
HOIIS IllVtntors whose di-Vlies are mif-
ft.ini'.iy pari 'cd to bo operated have
btcti Invttad t" attend at i enter a
Nrtss "f contsots.
Confiderablo interest has boon mant
f-rted in art vats demonstrations of
i safety Iminpr; which may he u.rd
on automobiles that an- sapsclally
sdapud tor motor tniok uss. ons i.f
thess la the Invtnllon of gamut (tins
gov. a Philedelphten, whleh la unhiua j
in a number uf rsasaota By i)ntMing i
sn fleet rtc button en Mia steering pout
a fei.ilT ll mada to shoot out In front
(t the car so tint it scoops up u ier-
fon aa tho car strikes, much on the
order of tho old protruding troUay car
finder. Mr. OlasgDW'l Intention when
t in USS rulla up like li Hliade and
:. eon Paled, in a plain steel tube or
finli, which ha.i lbs sppoarancs of iht
Tli. j was tried out last week in New
Tork in a tarried uf mutton picture
taken Shotting its action. The t-xpari-nient
was tried f"iir timua und a man
was struck by u lariru tourlig car
going at a Maid of eighteen n.tles an
lour and picked up each time SrfchOUt
the Slightest injury. Cine virtue of the
device is that it shoot out Its fender
and scoops up tho "victim" Instanta
ReotMly, Tin- faster the car Is coins;,
it Is contended. hs inoro surely the
Victim will he fccoooed Into the canvas
The demonstrations on Tuesday will
be under the direction of George H.
Itobertson. chairman of the committee,
which also Includes SUOS motor car
'xperts as DaVtd Beecrafl, Joseph
Tracy and Frank Q. Webb. The mem
bers of this committee comprise the
a&omobile advisory committee at l'o
An invitation has been extended to
Police Commissioner Arthur Woods.
Third Lieputy Commissioner Lawrence
H. Dunham, Chief Inspector Max
Schniittberger, Inspector Thomas My.
rs and other Officials' to see tho dem-
800 MILES "ON THE HI."
Blghi t'yllailrr Kin Does Some
1 lue Work Over Mountains.
Los AftaKMj OaL, Oct. 9. For the
Ncond time within a fortnight un cixlit
cylinder King has negotiated cr sou
mild in Uatlfornla "on the hi." With
t fear-boa scaled by Mayor Bebaatlan
uf this city a Kins eight swept from the
Mexican boundary on the south to the
ibadowi of the historic .Santa Barbara
' ISSlon on the north, tho waves of
f- -t) -the-Sca on the west to the
'eights Of Mount Arrowhead on the east.
;ic iour whs ueiu uiuier me auspices
3t' the Automobile Club of Southern Cal
fornla and covered S00 miles, going
iver such famii'is mountain passes as
t irrey pin- s Qrade, conejo (trade.
Arrowhead M untain, Mount ttubidoux.
Uiokoul Mountain and the I'oway Grade.
The previous tjur was held In northern
'allfornla, a distance of you miles
l.-o'jnj sbn Francisco.
The southern California tour abso-
uteiy demonstrated the advancement in
Jiotor car deslKii to-day, proving con-
islvely f xlblllty. power and reliabil
ty In the eight cylinder production of
jtor cars. Not only did the car have
0 travel over steep mountain srades
ml through tends but it also had to
'luugh through some rough road d-
ours due to highway Improvements, it
;so had to pass through city traffic in
" Angeles and the (air crowds at the
.m Diego Six posit ion, Bvary preeau
un was taken to have the tour properly
uhUuctud. The city angBtounty scalers
welghta and measures Inspeatod the
''.ills at tho start and finish. In some
'AMI where the car had to back up It
lad to be pushed backwards because the
vers- gear was of no use. there being
10 shifting lever In the control set.
Tnc otticlal report shows tiiat the King
this test did 14 ."-It miles to a gallon
t gasolene. A good part of the trip wax
nductud at an average speed uf (0
i.iles an hour when the going waa good.
Good-by, Anita. Says Gcraldinc: Enjoy Yourself
ruldiAt rarrar h
L"tu-i-iy to Anita
howu hi r 'y
Klng of niuving
i vi fama, a ho i t at thu moment of
j t picture on the eve, of depart
- i motor trip from tb$ Pat lUc
: Mua Vurh Ulsa Klog iwado the
riving ulonoi whn-h la nu doubt a
i lor a woman nunoimt. Shu will I
Mow Von, tins ayaak. I
: ft s.i n ftanolsco on Sept'-mber I
fm nr a have is the balaers
palaminln. An ndillr named rmr
of atlractlte lines.
LEARNING THE "TWIN SIX."
faatMtrd Itram-h Men Bottlag
Their Tuition on rw Models.
Department heads and salesmen of the
territorial branches of thq Packard Mo
tor Car Company of New York arc be
ing Instructed In tlie operation and con
trol of tho Fu:kard "Twln-silx" demon
strators received laet week, which Is
less of a perfunctory programme than
Fur. according to reports from those
being Instructed, the performance of the
new twelve cylinder airs Is of a nature
to make them doubt their own expert'
ence. The easo with which the Twln
Klx motor meets uny demand put upon
It its smooth responsiveness In any sit
uation, and the riding qualities of the
car Itself, tbey say, contribute to an
entirely new sensation In motoring.
"What ae thought we knew ulsiut mo
tor car ability seems almost an Imper
tinence, now," one branch manager a rote
the New V. rk leadiiuarters. "The ca
pacity of this new cor ainnot be meas
ured by any formei experience. Ho do
you suppose we Celt when we tested
It on a hill at two miles an hour on
high, and It pulled along without a
sound or Sign of effort, and with abso
lutely no vibration? tVe felt ag If we
were suffering a delusion that the car
mis coasting up hill.
"At high epeed. too, the effect f
the same, the lack of vibration making
fifty miles an hour seeni like thirty
W were enthust istic when the car was
announced, but since driving it our en
thusiasm has Increased by leaps and
liounds. We have seen the car and rtO
den in It and put it through all eor.s
of tests ; yet we feel Ilka the farmer
who looked at the giraffe and insisted. I
There ain't no such animal'." I
REMINGTON HAS NEW PLANT. ,
Vaavha ae Balldlags at Kina-sion ;
Hought l I ii-ern.
Of intere-t to the automobile world
Is the purchase by Hie Itemlngton Mo i
cr Company of the V aughn Car Com
pany's plant at Kingaton. N". Y. The
Remington Motor Company has now
one of the mo-l modi rn plants In the
Kast. with unsurpassul facilities for the
manufacture of automobiles.
The Vaughn Car Company two years
ago remodelled und rebuilt the plant
at a greait ib-al of expense. The build
ings are of brtck construction one
story. The plant Is in the heart of
Kingston, along the main line of the
West Shore Railroad, with special sid
ings. Worm Drive (iarford Fire Trucks.
The It. B, Taylor Corporation, Flast
em distributors of (iarford motor
trucks, recently put in two worm drive
machines In nearby towns and others
are seriously considering their adop
tion. Cino motor truck was delivered Oc
tober 2 to the Flower Hill Hose Com
pany at l'ort Washington. I. ., tire de
partment. The body hv unusually long
and .'an conveniently Wrty a s ore of
men us well us hose and chemical tanks.
Tin- ''Protection" company of the same
tire department has ordered a similar
truck, Indicating tht advance being
made in suburban localities In lire pro
tection. T e cost for this type of motor truck
has been kept down to the lOWSSl mini
mum possible to arrange, consistent with
2 with ;i maotag from m.ivui jamri
Rolphi Jr.i f tbal city la Mayor John
Purroy Miuhei of New Vork, Who ra
Ce4vad inofli IgOl en route from Mayors
I Of Salt !ike City, Ormiha Moiiu m,
I Cedur ItajitUd and Chicago for delivery
in lluyor Mitchal. The ear nhe d liven
i in l I01S KIsKel-Kar, U'-Sis
hod w nb '
' hu LeifJ haH not paen
first delay wa at Kiko,
ll fgay, H i
Nov.. on ao
count of a trokeu rlui. SU ljt tUe
CAR MODELS COMING IN WITH COLDER DAYS
Jim mm (rav
LBs W WWMmm "XWB sttOyM mmTSZTWM mmV
m a mm ilm wk
ear for all rear Is Ibis latest Ilagtmoblle.
local dealer, I having brisk (rede In these.
TELLING TRUCK OWNERS HOW.
Deaby Company Una Males Plan to j
Stake Vehicles la .
A step in cooperation has Just been
made by the Denby Motor Truck Com
any. The growth of '.m per cent, of the
smaller business concerns Of the country
Is restricted by the fact that th y are
"ncighborh I" establishments, serving
a clientele of two or three hundred fain
'Ilea To grow they must tlist widen
their delive ry radius incr use the urea
In which they can sell goods at a profit
A motor tru k will accomplish this, but
no truck will of Itself enable the mer
chant to build up trade in the added ter
ritory. The Denby li.islness nulldlng and
Balgfl Kffli lency rt trvlce. Just put into
operation by the eompsny, is designed to
accomplish Just this. It la a correspond
ence course :n retail saleemanghlp, on
slating of thirty-six lessons und covering
one year. The Course has be n prepared
by the best i xperts obtainable and takes
up in detail every branch of business
How to secure new customers: how to
h cr mas the slxe of oid. rs; how to In
troduce hew ko"iIs a hundred different
factors of salesmanship are taught.
Bvary truck owner is allowed to nomi
nate one man to take tin course free ol
charge, The Denby rompiny believes
that the student should be the driver
the only man Continually out lu the Held
Hut the owner's choice is not rsstrleted.
New I handler
It Inter Top.
t'p to this year a closed car has in
volved a very Important price consid
eration, generally speaking, and dur
ing the months of severe winter weather
most touring ear owners have had lo "lay
up" tin ir care end fs.ll hack on the street
ears. Not -o iiir. Nearly everybody
In position to buy an automobile at all
can have u touring car and an enclosed
winter car all in one for only a trifle
more cost than a louring car alone.
That this devi I-pineiit In mot
is popular is shown by the
teres! aroused totally by the
new winter lop wliieh the Chandler
company is supplying. This new top.
which is bulit spci tally to fit snugly
und BOfiUroly on the seven passenger .
louring body of the Chandler light
Six. gives the Chandler owner a win
ter car having much of the style and
appearance of a cos ly closed car, und
all tho comfort and protection of one.
WhSn the pleas. ml days of 0 ' g come
the owner can quickly remove this top
and put the tegular folding top on his j
road in (ho Nevada doesrt and was
pioksd ui ni a faint ut 2 oYIoi-lt In tho
morning. Illso King had no mochanl
i ii troubl the trip until reaching
K-arm y, i n , When one uf tho Pprlngl
brokd Tho drive to Oniaiia was ton-
1 1 1 1 0 1 ' i MO auk ft i Mild iiif J'ti I t. i oidai'Ld
1 Had WtaHlur ha?
inurkod almost the
rained iilmosi con
nftrn trip, it hai
tuiuuuhly and the
wero very diJlkulu
THE SUN, SUNDAY,
The eatlre top Is
OVERLAND PRODUCTION I
REACHES HIGH RECORD
In a Sinarlfl Day fi27 Cars
Leave tlic Plant at Toleilo,
Beatinjj All Standards.
A new shipping record was estab
lished by the Willys-Overland Company
on September 2 when 6J7 cars left tic
factory- Never before in the history
of the iblg Toledo con ern has I: been
able to reach thts hlghwati mark n
dally production. In the past four
months the production of tie overland
factory bus grown treinend lUSly. I
.lune the shipments averaged 30" oari
a day. Before the end of August this
was Itn ressed to lino a day.
in September the shipments of Over
lands again showed a marked Increase,
each neck lu the month being larger
t an any of those preceding It. the
four days from September -'7 to 110 In
clusive 2.S3S cars left the big Toledo
plant, tin the last Wednesday of the
month 6U7 cars were shlppi d, a m
day's record for ths Overland Company
From April 21, when the shipments of
new models first bei;an to leave the fac
tory, up to September 3". the Overland
had shipped 4K.u'7 cars. During the
same production period on last year's
models shipment! amounted to 11.414
cars. This was considered a ptMttOtne
n il record at the time, yet III1R shows
an increase of over III per cent.
By gripping 127 cars on Heptembsi
P." the factory not only broke all for
mer records but it fulfilled the prsdl -tion
made by its president, John N.
Willys, last January At that time Mr.
Willys made public the fact that he be-
lievedj tht Overlejtd Company would
Jump It, production up to f.00 .trs ii
day before another ye.ir had passed
Kven his closest associates COUSldtrsd I'
a hazardous statement to make us the
factory ut that time was producing
less than 200 cars a day.
The Toledo plunt ut that time con
tained an aggregate of sixty acres of
floor space. This lias been Increased to
more tMin eighty acres and with the
completion of building! now under way
the Overland plant will hivo 103 acres
of rl ior space.
Notes of Live Interest to the
Motor Trade, Local and Foreign
M. ittraie-vtone. a.lan maiUgpr of the
t gplltdorf Bltei rtoal Ooraponyi tissime'i ui
' iir i, ion of iii.ii concern, v-ivr a dotnon
I trot ton Bnd leoturs on the operation 'he
I Piste laSfSnsto at the Tu"Iiy ssloe torct
I msttlng of th nien of tht it k Taylor
' ' "urporrUlon, Ufoiiern ftUHrlbutors of Quit'
j ford inotor truckn. Thf maarneto u- .
tirfiy taken n.irt sad saon detail fully '
fvpltilned try thf factory noin of die BpUt I
I dorf oonctfOi t Uion. These 'Me u n
j nw)rf" talks by different praotloal msn sr
a Isature f thfi ineetines f tiii Oarfofd
K It. ltfiison hae rr.:ri.-.i as rlot'preei"
raetM and kUraoior os the Mu4ebaksr Cor i
po rat ion to beeonio 4tetrlbutr of atulee i
bakef pa?l for the .state of U Si the sod :v
j part of New H it :n ;!.' t - Mr. UsnSOQ nSS
lifn UfovtrouM of ! ' batk tu the New 1
(Bog lead 9UMoa hur h former!) lived, i
uiui availed idoiwir of iu attractive up
bortunjty presentade Ur lie neon will I
i tn. ike nil ht'iLdiiuurtt'm ei 1'orua.asl, m
! S. A. klerlnbuuin. who hug been srMJl (h
I iiuyntMi Autotiiohiiti Ooatpany of KokontOi
i ind.i For u nuinbtu of ysn Mrit in in1
i uoipaelty of ad vert wtng tnenasr and latr '
I Bu)ei promotluii out inntr. haH .honed .
thf fan Motor Cvr Company uf Bultslo,
I tos -''"i ngni ik i ciiuippf.i Midi a
j hg h sped sis oyllndtr motor deatgoed tiy
It. Q, Hofl noin. The Sun 0Orapan tiHi ul
j rfady oiads ooa tracts with deals i a in
j every mo t ton of tho country euvbsaclnf
I more thuii 1U.00U ram.
In Tub -Si n'i trade BOtej last tSumUy It
wet eftated that I. tn.iro 1-'. M-jUmey, who
l with the lilbuey Tire uud Rubber Com
pany, naH mano-gur of thr Klrt'ntonf Tire
ami Rubber Coinpaiiiy solid t Ire depart
ntSati By reuui.jt of the ylrestone local
brsnah it u now recorded ibal i'' vv Shtr
wood i-H rnanaMf of tn tru'k iir Jv
puftment, uut Ir. Moloney, who wum
The radUtor of the new M t r . :
dlreot (lev shipment of tlw radhitor.i on the
Maxwell ruot earn, lu w)ilch not ev n u fan
ill used lO COOl tho motor, even when ihv
rar U tt a. etandbtlll.
.li'tnifH Joycn haw rsstgnsd ' pnttitliui
with tho KeUyefprlngAwld Motor Trurk
Company tO BO vvlln ilm tlouk Man ufai I ur
Ing Cjmpany uf ItulTulo, nunuia. I ui i . of
-.!;.: Hunk a'lrc OvS 'I He eftl be at th
N't-w V! h ottice, 1J road way uu d l-'lf i y -
tinhth ii root i us nanagtF f the New Vorb
und Bsstern ttrrrtory.
He w.ih wlih thu lleHy Hprtngfle-;.! htotoi
Truck Coiuituuy from Marth itlS. when
lie aeeumuti chars of Hj Phthidluhl
I office. About thu time 14 tiie Kureen k
OCTOBER 10, 1915.
rrinmnhlr. Charles K. Klrss, (he
OAKLAND DOES A CLIMB.
I.laht tig QOOS Kast t'p Mourn
lllatilo for lion l.ce.
Hon Ie, who hrxs one of the largest
motor ear distributing organisation
West of tho Rocky Mountains, ha-
called ths attention of tie- Oakland
.Motor ''nr Company to a feat done h
lb.- Oakland 17'.'.'. six cylinder car.
In one of tie- Oakland Model ;'..' si
j Under cars. Officially timed, a part)
left the Key ttoute inn near Ban PYan
Cisco and travelled to the top f Mould
In.iblo in eighty minutes. ThlH was
three minutes taster than the run was
ever made before by a motor car.
The distance is 37 miles, and the
rued, which starts at the sea level,
ascend- :t.t4 7 teet The rise In tin
I .lid i by no means gradual, as
I he last nine miles there Is a full S.toU
Iii carrying through tbts trip Mr. !.
point oW that two very valuable quul
lllua In a motor ' ar were toted to the
limit. Thiit I-. that the ear was com
pelled i'U level gl-outnl to trUVel ill .1
very high rate of speed and on the
steep ..-cent to devi lop liiaxilnuui
FIVE NEW BRANCHES
MiMlrtmUrr Hullilliitt HOttMa in
Important1 Belt las CtMtPtii
I'ive new ;St u.h baker branch hoUK 9
are nuw elth-r bfll built or lire about
to be. I rider construction at present
ir thrv new SluUeb tkep bran -ho
Mt Brooklyn. Uoni uut i city and Kan
City. Bulldlni oicr;itins on tuu
more arc about i" baffin at Datlfuf, Tox.,
and I'ortiandi ore.
it i t' purpoat ft Studi baker t
provide patrols In all tho Lht olttaH
with the harnf Mt-rvit.-o its Detroit palrotlM
titrw enjoy, ami to do thN i will 1k
lee:sa!y o MUtp tin VartOUl MrvtCti
itatloni with i? tine of parti kdaquatc
to mat any amargencyi hon.'u the iuiii-
in Brooklyn tho itudabnker retail
huufie u lo.'atfd at Bedford 01 t Atlantic
aventiea. The lxnn UlanO '-Ity iorf
DOmplitOa H trlanwle formal by th
thrOO Now York nOUOei. thin the nOOdi
of all the motropoUtan torriiory can be
1 1 odlly met.
During t is year the StudeUakor out"
put will he Co. mot ran and distribution
will ho tffected throush the branoli
was started hs eras transf' red o New
rk to look for the espt.ri 'rale, end
-tr y thu year, when th branch Was
opened, hs wsi p'.t In h..
"The naming f h bow N ittonal le u;
avi .ui oeeaelun very etnUisr In Unpor
tanoe to th phrletsning of new baby,'
iisys wiiMuM posrtnsr, Kew Verb rtts
iribulsr f Nntiou.li srs "At ths N
tSonal f-t' lory every ons who hurt hud a
ilreotlng hand In i j- ihc new model
i - Mked i'1 offer uggtins for u name,
ho t ha b' inw to ( n nunc tint win nt
ttie car u nil. if po-tiibh 'iiMiibe soma psr
m uiar quality Ibal ntakoi ue tuw mods!
"It cirt.iti ly Writ an upt Ides when our
Ji ind .'. i v.'-iitr dh-Ti Here nitnitnj
HUhw.ty . nntiif rtoii i better dticrlbe
their phvstral sttrlhtKei nor more ult
hie to bs essoelated with ths blgh pres
llgg lhat th i: ame Natlo;. il ha I StttD
"The Introduulfntl n the m.nket t i K
we. k of tho now "iildn IdKht' H a n, irk' d
depart urs In looks ' nd nierhHSieal de
Rlgn frotn ny i it yel produred hy 'h
i ibis work" a id Is SlSO at .u i-.it.ro ejelt tl
snylhlng hi ths tlsht rvlltiuer line yet
hown," snnouneosi Hreeldenl o u iar
non of ths Oldsniobils Com piny, of Ntw
York. "While rseembtlng tno ouu roar
from bonnet to rvor uf tr lo sppearancs
uud tqulpmenti ths motor and most of
I ho nieehsnltfftJ feoturi d are ell lie r en-
tirsly new or modinsd to ntsel the require
iii,'iit uf an slfht ylliiiler Bbsssll
"Th-ro iiea be 11 u rsesstlng uf the
lin ig of tin- r ut. nor. tho rounded Jaeket
si vine u bsad on view resembling the
peel ptnowti i',r ' msehtneti Another
innovation 14 i'' u. of iiuisiii.iry
lights on ion "f ths headllghti. Ths
- ill' :- iirrinK iMi'dt and hody dlmenvlniiM
re unsltersd from the new type '41' light
four, nii vorns whssl ' ' uini feet uree,
II natural hhkory wheels, rounded hub
POpVt (M roues I tm Wsjout w lie. I un I li.
ti nne ni h'uird, with 1st co eleetrio sys-
sm lesldee ths motor lolnu; of en en
tirely now dobiK 11. i he ui 'i-1 outst ending
feature of tho tar Its weight. Kor Its
houu.powsr tt lssld to bs the llahteat
luht ey Under csr yel produced, utiirhiu
with toil touring luppHes und equipment
only i ' ,() poondH
"A psoullsrlty of ths d.jiKn of thfi v
type, I' lo-ad motor, wit at the usual
ingle of HQ dsgrees. Is thai iho c.unk
ami lu il U Id v 1 Vtrtloally and U uasl Inte-
gral with fns uyirndsrs, thus psrroltilng
'hu motor to bu oait lu two BSOtlonS and
-mt In onu us lu thu n.ajorlly of eight
vllnihT thuit fat llliuthies' (h
sembllng of the motor end the mnklng 01'
euijuuuuw.Le wkea uueded."
MICHELIN BRINGS OUT
A "UNIVERSAL TREAD"
Pcvplnpptl After Three Wars
of Ifniitl Toting on II iirli -ways
Nonr flip Factory.
Announcement Is made by the lllohe
Nil Tire Compnyy that they have per
fected nn entirely new type of tire known
ns the Mlchclln Fnlversal Tread. This
new easing has been developed so quietly
that nothing has been known about it
even In the trade, yet the company
states that It Is the result of experiments
nhd tests covering a period of over three
These tests wero conducted on the
public roads In the vh lnlty of tho fac
tory, and wrr-i most thorough and In
teresting F t example during the test
Ing period all the buses owned by the
Hrunswick Motor Company Were
equipped with theHe new OaslngS, These
vehicles cover 111" fniles dally, hOl only
over the line macadam roads between
New Brunswick, stetuchsn and Plain
Heidi N. .T . hut also over tho rough and
Dandy Nads on tho South Kiver, Old
Ttrtilge, potaWOOd. Kngllshtown and
Fieehobl route These severe tests werr
continued dally both summer and winter
Then, again, private cars belonging to
exri utlves of the company were tltted
with universal triads, one of these,
seven passengir Logtaf un d us a teat
Ing car, having been driven over 104
miles daily, excepting Mondays and hol
idays for over two years.
In describing the new Michelln . .1 ing.
J. A. Atwell. New ork branch manager
of tho Mlchr lin company, states that the
universal tread Is really a combination
of the MP helm racing type Mat tread,
having the same characteristic heavy
added tread, and the IflchOlIn plain
tread, a full round tire of tho so-called
"oversize" tpe. The non skid feature.
Mr. Atwell says. Is a combination of the
raised or blUilded tread tioti skid. With
tin Hat or suction tread type. Mr At
will says that the Michelln company Is
very conservative In Offering this la'W
casing to the public only ufter thne
years of careful tssts of the most ex
hSUBtlVS kind, and for that r.Kswi he -ready
to Indorse tbts new tlrs with
in qualification Word IrolU the fac
tory indicates that a very large demand
for this te w casing is already assured.
I tn lulu tut- tileu .uuf
frnlum i- I i n k '"on r mt n rt 1 nu
trkeal base nnd ftf korao power
i aaa. 1
Brewster 1 pe
NEW YORKERS who appre
ciate the beet, have been quick
to realize the emartnese of tin
hotly type. Perhaps the mot
practical car for the gentleman
who prefers to do his own driv
ing, vdth .ill the comforts of the
Limousine owner. All windows
tlrop Hush with lower window
line, making this car ideal for
To enjoy the very best there is
in automobiling this full and
winter, you should by all means
drivo this exclusive niodol.
Brady-Murray Motor Corporation 1890 Broadway, Tel. 9175 Col.
MetVOpolitBO Dol rib u tors
7. C. I. Mo I OK t .AR CO.
299 Central Avenue, ."WwurL
HUDSON COMPANY ANNOUNCES
IT WILL BUILD SIXES ONLY
ly ii it n v h. iiori' i, BVDMH DtsAMMl
In a CtTDntin IntiOB fSJOtlVVd n diy or so ago from the Iludaon
Motor Otf Company tktN Id a OgftalO portion of It I wish lo quote
which I btltSjVSJ o bo of prritt MWI value to tho automobile public. It
rciirls ns follows:
"Tho Hudson car will tisp a sU cylinder motor exclusively In all
futuro models plaiiiuil by this) company. Our retlneineut ami develois
inent of the six cylinder type of motor lead us lo believe It to surpass
in simplicity, low cost of upkeep, performance and general adaptability
any other tfpt so far developed fur use In pleasure vehicles.
"We have luillt every tJfpt of motor from one to twelve cylinders.
The nCOffnilsd SMtlty of our ngitHWrtuf department Insttrtsl that tbeso
niotiirs would he the .st of their kind In the present state of motor
development. The result of this research convinced us more firmly than
ever before of the tlreoiutt supremacy of the Hudson six cylinder motors.
It Is therefore more than pleasing to us to unnoiitH-e the continuation
of the consistent policy which hus marked our progress uud advise
Hudson buyers, both past and future, that they tire seeutlnt; the beat
engineering development that the Industry offers."
TIRES FOR MANY CARS.
raatey win Utatart 1.000,000
Attest n tear, Krlhrrlluv.
"This country will likely absorb
1,000.000 new cars annually for the
tiext thr. a years," predicts V. A. Kcl-
berllng, president of the Ooodysar Tlrs
and Rubber Company, who has Just
returned from hie vacation. "This
gre.it Volume of business will be Amer
ican business, apart from American
sab s abroad.
"The tire and automobilo industries
fell lest effect from the European war
than many other lines of business, l'or
he llrsl few mouths of the war we
wire in an uncertain stage. There was
ii..- crude rubber embargo declared by
England and general speculation us to
Ills effect of the war upon American
business as a whole. Uut the crude
rubber situation with Bligland was ad
justed and since then ers have bad
no difficulty obtaining liberal supplies
and In Increasing our business.
"Ooodysar is now sr ing six new
buildings, factory additions, which we
hopu to have ready fur the fiscal year.
January 1. These will give us ten acres
more factory floor space and Increase our
lire making capacity to Itn.OOO a day
Indications now are that we will need
tiic additional capacity before it is
POINTS OF THE KNIGHT MOTOR
'this Type Develops iteni Potto?!
gaya I onoirr T. Silver.
"There are two reasons why the
Knight motor is not the universal motor
of to-day," gays C. T. Bllver. distributer
CAR MAS MANY
fj 'Ohm f. tot- pueeeuaei' lmnaa 'r. eeilitAM ' iut miiioiih other
h ii d I i u Ii 1 1 iik I W I lit h ii ii iltrttl ii iik roir rrl ni, I 1 1 I nek
motor. Ttoo car eoid n the itawart A atonablla t ompany,
Sedan mounted on
-New ork s smartest
All PHIC& F
dUMOUB Minor. i:An co.
I.U.rUail, I bto
for tho Willys Knight, Overland and
PeOriOSS cars. "Vlnrt. they haVt hereto
fore only been offered In tho highest ,
i price class, and secondly their mechan-
teal perfection has not been understood
by the btiylng public. Another reason
I la that tho production Is limited to
I four organizations In this country au
! cording to tho contracts with the for-
sign manufacturers who llr. l took un
I the Knight motor.
"The Knight motor has more power
for Its (a ling than uny other motor
Take for Instance the poppet valvo motor
rated at 10 horse-power. It will give
' a Certain rato of speed on level road
; and a certain speed when climbing a
( grade. A Knight motor of 40 horse
! power Can develop more speed for the
reason thnt loss of power required to
i operate the sleeve in the Kulglit motor
Is many times less than that which Is
1 required to lift a valve against the stiff
valve spring It Is merely the weight
of the sleeve thai has to he lifted and
not a power exerted against Itself.
"When B motor Is running at a high
rrxte of speed, at times tho valves prac
tically never close for the reason that
the springs cannot work fust enough to
closs thom. This means a loss of power
through the loss of gas. In tho Knight
motor, when tho main shaft ts turned
over, the valves must positively open
and close. They are connected directly
with a shaft that Is operated by the
turning ovi r of the engine.
"It has been said that there Is greater
fi 'lotion In the Knight motor on account
of the closu and fast working of tho
sleeves Thl- Is not so, for tho sleeves
only work half as fast us the piston
. and the inner sleeve Is also always
I working in the same direction as tils
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I.M. ALLEN COMPANY
340 I lalbu-lt Ave., lIri..LI)U
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