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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1916.
TENNIS STARS ENTER
TOURNEY AT UTICA
SI ron ('onliiifrcnl From Cali
fornia Will t'lny for Sew
WILLIAMS MAY COMPETK
f.'t-mKi.ANti. July 1. .radically all of
Hie plnycrs nliu have lieoti compelling
In the nntlotinl clny court champion
ship tennis tournament at the IaUc
wooil Tennis Cluli here ilurlng tho wed;
J4tjsnilel have laid their pUim to play
for the New York Htnte title at I'tlca
III the tourney starting there Monday,
July in. The rocket wleldem hnve been
nttrftcttil by llir huife Mclaughlin chal
lenge buwl, now hi'M by William 8. Mc
Kllroy of I'itlHliurK, ami by the fact
Hint the tourney will be held on the
Yahmiiidunln tlulf Club courts. The
IkiwI In tint! of the most xatuable trophies
nffcreii In the tennis world, while the
YahnundHsli (Inlf ('tub has irnlneil a
lepututloii unions; the players for run
nine one of the best tourneys In the
The list of members of the entertain
ment committee leads like the L'tlca
rlly dlrcctmy, anil there Is not a country
club or K"lf club within twenty-five
miles of the town Hint hns not extended
privileges to die p!acrs. IMwIn Killler
Torrey, secietnt of the I'nltrd States
N.illoniil l..iwi Tennis Aorl:itlon and 1
president of the Yiihmmd.isls 'Jolf tlliib, '
uih over here to visit the competitors
In the national clay court event nnd
rounded up nearly nil of them for the
New York Stale event.
California will be represented by a
contingent of unusual strength, and It
would not be surprising to see the title
which In other years was won u couple
of times by the famous comet. Maurice
II. Mctxughllu, Journey back to the
I'uctflc coast. Willis i:. Davis and II.
Van Dyke Johns of San Francisco will
play In the singles and team up In the
doubles. Kdwln It. McCormlck and Eu
gene A. Warren, the pair of young tali
ngeles stars who played here, were
niuong the first to enter.
Hut' California's Invading army will
swell to cen greater proportions, for
Clarence .1. tPeck) Orlffln, national
doubles champion with William M.
Johnston. Is leaving I.o Angeles early
this week mi ms to get to l'tlca In time
to have n little practice before the start
of the tourney Itoland Hubert, the
latest of the California youthful phe
nonienons, will leave San Kranelsco on
-Tuesday or Wednesday and will make
Ms first K.istern appearance In l'tlca.
Hven with that a-ray of talent, how.
ever, the I'.icltl. ast contingent should
not have a picnic with the tourney, for
besides the st.irn who played hero many
ff the KjiHleYn crack, who were unahle
to get away from business to play In the
national elay court tourney have entered
fralg niddle of Philadelphia, one of the
strongest players of the Kast, has sent
In his entry, and It Is likely he will he
rconipanled by his famous fellow t'hlla
delphlan Ulclmrd Nnrrls Williams 2d.
Williams has not entered ortlclally, yel
has promised Torrey that he will be on
hand If h can make the arrangements.
Harold A. TliriN-kiiinrton of Sewaren.
N. .1.. national lnterclmlastle champion.
I already entered. New York city will
how a strong front with Ixonard Heek-
man. 1'Hineion I'nlverslty champion;
fjeorge M. church. Western and North
western champion , Watson M. War.li'
hunt, former metropolitan champion:
Alrlck II. Man. Jr.. former New Kngland
champion : CVIrW A. Major, former Cor
nell star: Dr. William Rnsentiaum. na
tional Indoor doubles champion : J. S.
O'Neale. Fred Hates. Ralph Haggs,
Abraham Kassfonl. Jr., and others. '
New Kngland will he represented by
Harry C. Johnson and Irving Wright, both
of Bostqn ; U. S. Stoddart, New Kugland
champlott. and Kreil Harris, former
holder of "the New Kngland tUle. Mc
Ellroy of I'lttsburg will defend his title,
and the Smoky City Is sending some
more strength In Charles S. Uurlaml,
Percy Slverd ond Coleman Ward.
A GRAPHIC OBAPHITE TALE.
r Hoot to Keep Old Man Friction
French made cars came mighty near
monopolizing the chief honors at the In
ternational Sweepstakes (!asolne Derby
held May 30 at the Indianapolis Motor
ffpeedwiiy. Dario Itr-stii, trrst to finish
the S00 miles, drove a I'cugeot, a French,
car, 1-csm than two minutes behind htm
a Wilbur D'Alene In nil American car,
the Duesenlwrg. Again It was n French
car; another l'eugrot, with Italph Mill
ford at the wheel finishing third. The
Kngllsh Sunbeam, .Inn Chrlstiaetw driv
ing, finished fourth. All of thene cars
were Dixon lubricated throughout.
Kvery other car that finished Inside
the money, ten prizes having been of
fered, wiui American made. And every
one of tho ten was lubricated through
out with Dixon's graphite automobile
lubricants made In Jersey City, Still
more remarkable Is the fact that every
car which completed the course was
Dixon lubricated tiirotiKhoul. The fel
Iowa who Jell by th wayside con take
their cue rom the winners and the
other wise ones who know that Dixon's
always run true to form when it comes
to scaring off old man friction,
Jlrir Devlcp antes Money.
Among the iimny tnMliotlN attempt!! In
the effort to retlur ranlne cnKumptlon
the device ralleij the trlpl,' li mixer enn
to carry out claims mail for It with re
Merl to mlifjif Incre.iHH slut aas ssvlnir.
The manufacturer of thin illre clslm to
have produced a rjrntincally constructed
ens mixer vvlilrh converts Into vapor
all gaiolrn tsken up, with the remit that
If the mixer itoea ao operate, and aaNurnlns
iirant carbitretloti fiyatctna do not vauor.
lie all th Intake, the me as fuel of all
suftolene tapn through the mixer, la
seaure. It would aeeni UK If aom) virtue
might he attrllnilnl to till" Idea on the
baala that Kan enstnei. are auppoted tu
use aa fual only tlie quantity of gaoltn
vapurUfd: If therefore It can l proved
that tho mixer iloea vaporlxe all tho take
up, then It would appaar a real aavlnr
afinulil, obtained y the uae of the
The Reason Why
More Miles Are Possible
TRIPLE D MIXER
Thia device vaporizes all the gasoline
taken up - something not now possi
ble with the usual carburetion
systems. Let us show you how.
We guarantee the Triple D Mixer
to increase your mileage apd aave
you gasoline, aa it is doing for others
You risk nothing. We refund your
money if you are not satisfied with
saving effected after following in
structions. The Triple D Mixer is easily in
stalled and has no moving parts to
Jet out of adjustment. It will out
ive your car. The price it Five
Why not start to save gas now?
MOTOR DEVICE CO.
253 Broadwav, New York.
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JORDAN CAR REA1LT READY. tJ "' "jfc ' ... M
Officials of w Coaapaa? A re Well
The new plant of the Jordan Motor
Car Company, for which grouty! was
broken In Cleveland April 1, wai com
pleted and ready for occupancy May 2t.
The Jordan executive and factory or
gantxatlon Is now complete and ship
ments are expected to begin within
thirty days. The plant Is of the most
modern construction, admirably adapted
to production of a high grade car.
The details of the Jordan car are yet
to be mode public, but the personnel of
the organization has been announced
Kdwnrd 8. Jordon. who for nine veors
nas associated with the .Teffery company,
Is president and general manager, 1
II. Witlilnstoti, head of the .Sparks. With-
iiiKton company and prominent In the
American Fork and Hoe Company. Is
vice-president and will serve on the ad
visory board. I'aul Zens, widely known
as a purchasing agent, la assistant gen
eral manager and secretary and treas
T. M Borton, a prominent Cleveland
financier. Is a, member of the board of
directors. It. S. Uegg. designer of the
Jordan car and head of the engineering
department, is also on the board.
J, L. Davidson, formerly works man
ager for the Dtudebaker Corporation, has
charge of Jordan production. W. H.
Klley. formerly assistant sales manager
for the Jeffery company, will assist Mr.
Jordan In the sates department, while Y.
11. Tyler, an expert cwst accountant and
system man. Is In charge of the record
Only 100 well established dealers will
be given selling privileges for the Jordan
ear, as It Is the Intention of the company
to establish a schedule of deliveries which
can be maintained and to provide a sys
tem of inspection which will make this
car distinctive In the trade.
RECORD TRUCK SHIPMENT.
as.nnn.linn Worth of rnekards
There arrived In the freight ards of I
the Fennsjllwmnla Itallroad last week the
first of ten tralnloads of automobile '
trucks, with the other nine special '
"auto trains strung out along the rail
road from Detroit to New Tork.
It Is the largest single shipment or
automobiles ever made to any one firm
In the history of the automobile trade
In this country. The machines, nearly
K.niio.00 worth of them, were pur
chased by Gaston, Williams ft Wlginore,
Inc. of 140 Hroadway. for Immediate
shipment to Itusala. Kngland ami I
France. They were all manufactured
by and purchased from the Tackard I
Automobile Company and were paid
for In cash upon arrival here. '
The gigantic shipment consisted of
46.1 automobile trucks, valued at 14, On"
each. But two of them could be loaded
on one car, making a total of 233 spe
cially constructed freight car necessary
to bring them from the factory In Mich
igan to the Gaston. Williams A Wig
more piers In South Brooklyn. Kacli
train was made up of twenty-two to
twenty-five cars andten trains were rei
The cars were transferred to floats
Immediately upon arrival at the freight
yards here, and towed by tugs to the
waiting ships in South Brooklyn. Most
of them are to be shipped abroad In
the vessels recently acaulred bv the i
filobo I.tne. the Gaston, Williams A Wig-.
more Steamship Corporation, and the'
newest American Transatlantic Line. I
errnrPA-RTn RPTJTWnfl 1
Kna-lnrers Make Them Stronsj and
After years of development the Btude-
uwici ciiniiir.in f,,w,r. d.,u,b .1
very resilient spring which was consid
ered ideal for the Studebaker car. In
order that this spring might not be
rubbed of its elasticity radius rods were
provided on either side extending from
the rear axle to the middle of the frame.
These rods take all the driving strain off
the springs, reducing the spring duty to
carrying the car. The radius rods also
hold the rear axle In line under all con
ditions and prevent the rear wheels from
whipping from side to ride.
Another objection which Srudebaker
engineers had to driving the car par
tially through the springs was that It
would Involve the only necessary elimi
nation of the front shackle. This would
take away the device by which a certain
amount of unavoidable end sway is ab
sorbed and prevented from being trans
mitted to the body of the car and Its oc
cupants. In all modelsof Studebakerrars also a
strong torque arm lessens the strain on
the universal Joints ajid assures safety
to the passengers. It has happened in
cases where cars were not equipped
with torque arms that the universal
Joints have broken under the strain of a
heavy pull, allowing the entire propeller
shaft to tear Ita way tnrougn tne ton-
WOMEN LIKE NATIONAL 12.
Great Klexlblllty F.llmlnntra
Mneh C.ear ghlftlnsj.
"To mention that any particular make
of car is a woman's Ideal vehicle, seems
to convey the thought of some plain,
placid moving motor car," soys William
C Poertner of the Posrtner Motor Car
Company, distributors of National cars.
"Heretofore automobiles of power
and speed have demanded strength and
endurance on the part of the driver,
They were like the hard-mouthed thor
oughbred of yesterday, but motor ea-
desigiilng has so advanced that speed i
and power have been beautifully rein i
broken, as exemplified In the National I
cars of to-day, ,
"The speed and power of the National I
rar have never been disputed, and the
number of women owners who are drlv-
ring this make, to-day prove conclusively
now wen narnessen inese most aesiraDle
factors have become.
"The great flexibility of the Highway '
Twelve makes It possible to drive
through the most congested districts as
easily as with an electric vehicle, yet
at the same time to speed up to the
limits of the law or watchful eye of the '
motor cop with the same, safety of con-1
"Multiple cylinder cms have greatly
Increased the number of lady drivers.
This Is because the twelve cylinder mo
tor has practically eliminated gear i
shifting which was always the objec-1
tlonable feature, The twelve ban also
been hard on chauffeurs, as many own
ers who heretofore never thought of
driving their own cars, now drive their
National Twelves because of the ease
In which they are handled."
8 and Factory Officials
KING 8 COVERS 10,850 MILES
WITHOUT MOTOR STOPPING
In Searching Two Weeks Test at Sheepshead Bay
Speedway No Weak Spot Can
Be Found Anywhere.
More than ten thousand miles In to'
weeks, da) and night, driving without
mechanical adjustments or repairs of any
kind. Is the record Just established by a
King eight ej Under seven pasenr;er
stock car in a test sanctioned and super
vised by officials of the American Auto
mobile Association on the Sheepshead
Bay .Speedway and l-ong Island High
ways. The conditions of the test were
specifically designed to approximate
those under which the owner operates his
car. Through rnin. fog. sunshine and
shadow, night and day for 33. hours, the
King eilght touring car with driver,
mechanic and 450 pounds of sand on
board swept forward with i.ill tht iti-
Hi W.ty "f f?,e' U"', '""""-able progress
of destiny. So consistent was the per-
formance of the car in achieving Its
average of over 33 14 miles p.-r hour then.
Wf"' B'or,'s of circuits of till great oval
.....ur ,11 ..nun uirrr was less loan a
second's variation in time. Durlnir the
a .... .... .
.......v.,, imjp mm inajiiia mr tiiiittir was
not stopped onre nor was any adjust
ment made upon It, the stops only being
for the purpose of taalng on gasolene,
oil and water nnd changing driving
crews. Not even a champion spark
plug was removed or the valves touched
during the most searching test to which
any piece of mechanism has ever been
subjected, The total time lost In making
the necessary stops was about fourteen
snd one-half hours, which on the bnels of
the distance traversed shows the King
owner as spending about eight minutes
a week on the maintenance of his car
it is or course Itnposslhln to say Just
wnat tne King wou d have done If It
had been decided to continue the run for
another 10.00H miles or more. The
technical men who we-e in charge of th
test and who examined the various parts
w. inr hi hi inr eon oi rue run were
unanimous In asserting that the King
COUld have gone on for another m.nnn
mnes anil another nn top of thnt In the
same consistent and efficient manner In
will h It negotiated the present distance
without any renewal of pnrts or major
equipment. The newspaper men who were
present St the conclusion of the test and
who were afforded an opportunity for
examining the car confirmed fM-
opinion. It was of course realized heforu
A Remarkable interview concerning a Remarkable
Engine and a Remarkable Car
lJP!" par' ,ne N'w ork dsily pipers recently, It wn an interview
with G. A. Green, Chief F.niinet r and Superintendent of tiie Fifth Avenue Coarli
Company, cornfirmtd by him and read and endoried slo by R, W, Mtsde, the
Prendenl of the company.
It told why this great "bu line, after yrart of invriti(ttion. had decided to
itindirdiie iti equipment with MOLINE-KNIGHT tleeve.vslve enginei.
We would like to place thia interview, in full, in the hnd of every one who
it contemplating the purchase of a pleasure car. Send your name and address
?j P,u' c"d you wiH receive a document which may be worth hundreds
of dollars to you. You incur no obligation and no one will call upon you unless
you yourself subsequently desire further information or a road demonstration.
Remember the heart of a car it its engine. The sleeve-valve gets better the
longer it is used and will last you a lifetime. It never has heart disease like the
poppet-valve with its accumulation of carbon, grinding of vtlves and adjust
ment of springs, which nuke a new car old in s year and necessitate costly re
pairs or an entire new outlay,
New York is taking smaiingly to the MOLINE-KNIGHT automobiles. The
other dy one of our 50 IIP. 7-paiscng'r cars was delivered at our showrooms
to the heid of s concern miking one of the leading poppet-valve engincd rsrt.
( uanltJ a Mottne-Knltht lor his fir I tale use. So dors every discriminating lover
of real, permanent roid luxury. Let us prove it to you by Mr, Green's great in
tervitw, A Postil card will bring it,
7 Passenger SO H.P., $2500.
(f. e. b. Iictery).
Cheits territory fer dsalsri.
at the Sheepshead Bay
n w w
the run began that It Is postlhlr to Keep
a modern car running almost Indefinitely
by renewing parts as they wear out
This was not the object of
..im..r . .ir . "'"e.iiy ,'" """ "
present test rhn desire in this Instance
wns to demonstrate to tho motoring
public that the King car could r- run for
a mileage greater than the average
motorist puts behind him In two years
without any replacement of parts i or
end was uislly accomplished.
Some brief mention of the specifica
tions and equipment of the car which
perfoniMsl this remarkable feat will he
interesting. The vehicle was a King
nglstercd slock seven passenger tour
ing car. with a 120 Inch wheelhase. The
tire equipment was Firestone. 34x4 Inch
casings and tubes, non-skid threads
being tted In the rear. 'The bearings
were Hyatt. The motor Is a V tyfs"
ihl ,,.r,h n l.f.re anil stroke of 3x.'i
1 '. " l1."" .''i'lT. V.?..-
incurs it was mien wun nil aiki
Kent Ignition system and Champion
Toledo made spark plugs. A Mall A
Hall carbureter was ftd from a Carter
vacuum tank. Ward-Leonard starting
ami lighting equipment was used with
a Wlllard C-HO battery. Tills ear !s
one of the regular models which sells
for Jl.Ii.'iP. The weight of the car with
the two passengers and 4f0 pounds of
sand on board tipped the beam at J.S30
Since the time lost In stops totalled
14 N hours out of the grand total of
:nfi hours the average sieed of the cai
was over 33. r, miles per hour for 10,-
s.in miles. During the running the cur
onsiimed about thirty-five quart" of
ol', an average of about 1,250 miles of
running ter gallon
Stops made during the test for sup
plies and changes of ercVs consumed
It '.j hours. Obviously, then, In two
wars running nn owner would have to
I cmisimm tills amount of time In tin
iiiHliilenan"e of his car, but much of the
tune losi In changing cimvs ami In ile
lays due to the exhaustion of the pit
men would hnve no analogy In private
operation, so that the figures quoted are
an extremely generous allowance. How.
ever, the figures, as given. In two yeais
work out nl an uverage or almont
e'ghl minutes per week, which I conclu
H. WASHBURNE, Inc.
Distributors for New York State, New Jersey
and Metropolitan Uutuct
1696 Bro.dw.y, New York
la the top phototrravk the Kin
ft ta shown literally snrronnded by
I policemen without anybody In
danger of helna- arrested. It waa
policemen's Held day at tbe
trark when thla plrtnre waa taken.
In the centre photograph Arfentaa
Ward, Jr., president of the Klna
I Motor Car Co., la shown a-rretlnar
the men who drove The car day and
nla-ht for two weeks. Below Is the
trlamphant ear after the comple
tion af Ita hard teat tilled with
Klna- offleera and on Its way hack
sivety proved by this test to be the time
necessary to keep a King eight In per
fect running condition for 10,fcn0 milee.
Of tho fourteen davs f tho twit one
waa spent ' off the (rack, this being
necessitated by the previous reservation
J of tho track for the annual games of
the New York Tollce Department. Dur-
, In? this enforced abandonment of the
Speedway June if 4 the King was drlvi n
to tho Ing Island Motor I'arkway, offi
cial observers being in charge, and was
driven up and down the parkway until
tho track was ajtaln available for use.
'The test was conducted under the ill-
I fe-'tion of F IMwanl. rein centime
,iin cor,teBl i,nrii ne aimpVi,-,,, a.
tomoblle Association, assisted by It. A
Tarantous of Motor and .1. li Shipper of
,'1H AutomabUr, Alexander .lotm-ton of
uofor and M. C. Horlne of Commrrci'if
lr .,.(,. wer t titilr-tl
, for tln ((I1(t grln The car which w. is
,1M W;1H a0i,twl random from the
, MSwnbly floor at the King faetorv In
i)lm. nmi ., im,nn.,,... ,;.,
w.r to Mri j.iIwnr,,., for lnHpectiOI1 ,.
i ueicnmne im mock pun I in. nio
then sealt-d and shipped to the Kheeps-
fiend Jlay fepeedwny, where It arrived
on Thursday, June 15, on which day at
I"1?. " ,,,art,',, on H"" record
breaking flight, which ended triumphant-
t .mi i tmrpiinj , june ai l.M I', 1.
. j i j&B2sjls !
EE fc I rrlriSiSJaaBalemaB'iS-'""' EE2 Wo are cue of tbe largest llullden ft j
i "S - Portable nnd Sectional llulldlnga rnanu
I V factoring Factories, I 'lay lloiw
r Canifia. Ptom., etc.. wissl or sij
- j Also cut to sire Iltnises.
Owing to the wonderful increase in the business of the Lincoln Motor
Company, Inc., it has been found necessary to move to larger quarters.
Accordingly after to-day Stewart truck headquarters in New York will be
at 136 West 52nd Street, where a complete line of Stewart Quality Trucks
will be shown.
Five years of manufacturing absolutely dependable trucks have enabled
the factory to increase production and consequently to make drastic re
ductions in price.
LINCOLN MOTOR COMPANY, Inc.
136 West 52nd St.
TEACHING THE OWNER TO
KNOW HIS. AUTOMOBILE
Being the Eighteenth of a Series of Practical Articles
by an Expert on the Subject of the
Car and Its Operation.
By ', II. STB WART, Jr..
Presides Stewart Asto School.
The object of lubrication la to prevent
wear an much an poenlblc. When prop
erly oiled, the metal surfaces do not
touch each other but are held apart by
a film of oil or grease, thun mincing
tbe wear to a minimum. Should tho
lubrication become Inadequate the metal
urfacm will conn together and rapid
IMRttlrelr the wont thing that can
happen to a bearing In to havo It run
with lnaafflrient lubrication. A few
secrmda of such abuan will cause more
wear than la easily Imagined.
Points for Chassis Lubrication
I I I LXhaletP f4 : t I ,17 I MT - ! srr I " 7 1 fTrU
CSS - 1 ;
tlnduhtedly the most vital unit of
the chassis Is the motor. Special at-
tentiou must he given the oiling system
or serious damage will result. Om-c 1 1.-
r lltiilerH or the bearings are scoted,
considerable expense Is entailed for re-
pairs. In warm weather n medium
gradn cylinder oil will be found moft
satisfactory, hut In cold weather a
lighter grade should be used. Cert ilnly
the most serious abuse Is to allow the
run short of oil. At Intervals
miles or less nil oil should be
drained nut of the engine and the !u
terlor of the case washed with kerosene
or gasolene. The old oil may be fil
tered through several layers of cloth
until It becomes clear and then may be
used again In the engine. The Ideal
Weetratt Is Kconomlral.
When Ptter Illewer of Lakeland. Fla .
drove his mud bespattered Weatcott tour-
ng ear Into the yard of the We.tcott
Motor Car Con.pany'a fartory a few days
ago ne inimeuiairiy waa asKrtl concern-i gasolene tfl ssewnnnwu u iiuivi.wu
1000-pound Delivery Truck
Trucks at Quantity Prices
New York Distributors
STEWART MOTOR CORPORATION
BUFFALO, N. Y.
way, however, Is to leplace the supply
with fresh oil. This will be found eco
nomical, especially If the old oil can be
used to advantage elsewhere.
The expense, of replacing the oil will
be amply repaid by Increased life of
the engine. In spite of nil that can be
done considerable dust and grit will get
Into the engine, In the air through the
carbureter ami will work down Into the
oil causing It to foul more rapidly than
one might expect. In addition to this
carbon from tho combustion chxaiher
and worn metal from moving surfaces
will collect In tho oil.
It should he hardly necessary to say
that It pays to use first class high grade
, oil and to keep It clean. This is of most
I One does not have to be a mechanic to
appreciate the necessity for oiling every
, woiklng part, It Is much lietter to do It
' too often than not enough. A careful
study of the chart should ImpreHS one
with the Importance of close Inspection
nnd attention to each part of the whyle
The chart rs valuable because It shows
you at a glance hov often various parts
of the chassis should receive fresh oil or
i grtase. one should not begrudge the
time and attention necessary to attend to
these matters because with automatic i
oiling systems the chassis certainly de
mands little attention.
(t'ojijrlfjaf by W'm. 11. Ftrwart, Jr ) ,
1ns hla mileage and gasolene consumption
He found that the car, containing three
passenger, hail made the distance of more
than 1.C00 miles from Lakeland to Ittcb
tnoml, Ind., over all sorts of roads at an
average of 17 V tnllea to the gallon of
Express Body $55
Panel Body $100
136 West 52nd St.
All roads look
alike to the
"Stands up" in
hot summer wea
ther. The one
lubricant for all
FINE CHALMERS CATALOGUE.
It Shows til .Models Moat ttraf.
I "What Is prohrtblv ine of tht nK.t
i henutlfiil catalogues ever broiiclit nut
an automobile company has juet tri
lsued by the Chalmers Motor I'ompai
of Detroit," said Manager (iiorR' Shu.
or the local blanch yrstcrday.
"The catalogue Is unlitin In that it
j contains only three jntges of primal
I matter. The colored plates llliistrstlt,,
I the various models are of the loose rf
type nnd represent tho highlit tf
the lithographers' nrt
"Outside of the Illustrations of ,
five pawengcr Chalmers 3,4nf) r t it.
touring vnr and two pasM-tigcr roar..1.
there arc nlso reprtaluctlons of the r.e
122 Inch even paKscngt r car,
"It Is, however. In the closed car 'I ...
tratlnns that the nrtlst hits rir!,,
himself, ns the plates are really iti."
framing. They Include n double j..,f
plate of the litnouhlne and x;iiiie
Illustrations of the town car, Milati a 1
"All of the Wutlful details of "e
wonderful Interior upholstfry, deslr-fl
by I.ucllc (Ijuly Duff Cordon),
brought out In detail In thilr artuj
cohirs. .lut us the cars rpresert
iifw era of the coach builders' craft i
; does the catalogue reprcitit a Per
' velopment of art printing."
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