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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1916. 11
'SEEK GOOD ROADS
WITH COLLEGE HELP
Will Knt'oiirnjrn Universities
In I'm villi1 Courses in High
Special Brewster Body on Packard Chassis
.tt lit'-' iiirrctor tiirciuiB or tne Xa
til Autimi'ilillc Chamber of Commerce
lntwctK 1!, I. Cliulilu, clulriinn of the
f,jJ i j.i'I.s committee, announced that
laoxnivnt has Ix-cii started to encour
151 the unlverritk'K and colleges of the
country to rtivMr specialized courses In
hftJ)' eimlticetiiic, with n view to
isMtlnc t ic sroivi ii; dematui for trained
rMd niKlmer.". Thin action Is conxld-
,,,1 particularly timely becalm of the
tuTMttns; ni.lr. of Rood roudg that ure
t!njr taillt n!i. tho recognition of the.
trtfislt)' for better roads us Indicated
y tht ricent law pas.uM hy Congress
irJ flicncd by l'rcsldent Wilson provld-
&ibf for n 75,000.000 appropriation for
faipravltiK tlio roads or the country.
. a rcu.t of Inquiries addrcsiod to
tie various hlchway commissions It
us fuur.tl that there Is a decided lack
Cf luIIWint rr.cn with technical training
iml practical experience In roul work
tom-t the requirements. Klghtcen out
(f twtnty-four State commissions re
?omll!K to the Inquiries mention this
tin and paid that preference would bo
ilren to graduates of universities and
tttte etiplneerlmr courses w hen niaUtiR
ippo.iitniftiti'. It Is the consensus of
ejinlon amonp them that tho number of
ui.l eiiBlneers employed will be doubled
stlst In the next live years as a result
c! the growth of the good roads move
The typ of roads required to meet
prt-er.t and future traffic conditions calls
Jjr a high degres of engineering skill,
the foundation for which must be laid
thlt engineering educational Institu
te' and supplemented by actual ex.
crltnca In road and bridge designing
Out of evcnty-flv . universities and
rel lieard from wh(ch provide civil
llntrlng courses less than hslf pro
tide for nny specialization by students
h burlmay subjects. Only four' have
i;e-ul highway engineering courses
idtnj op to tlesrteu or certificates In
th! particular branch.
This fnnr nsiienirr (anrlnsr car Is soand riprrssloB of prr.orml taste beranae the Indlvldaal
touch the body built by Drerfaler A Co. has In the t'arknrd twin i chassis a anrc foundation,
bapkicrnnnd that Is alnays aft-. The poaslbllltlra of body election to-day are almost limitless, hat
111 chassis Is the bone and stnerr of your motor car and the basts of Its looks.
The woman Trho chooses a Packard chassis as the primary means of artNemprcsslon In her aata
ninbllp is sure of a result that la handsomely Individual hat never oatre.
New Detroit Electric at a Remarkable Price.
DE USSIR MAKES PROPHECY.
Tipecs Sale of 1,. 100,000 Cars In
According to Horace De l-lster, chalr
rn of the Ajax lfubber Company,
lomethlns llko 1,300,000 motor cars will
1c old in tills country' durlne the next
Mr. De Llsser, who Is a close student
(! i .i :or car trade conditions, bases his
cplnlun chletly upon the srowth of (ten
SILVER'S NEW SERVICE PLAN.
"olntlnn of a Lot of 1)101-
C. T. Silver, who In the past nlno
years lias plured thousanils of cars In
tho hands of Individuals In the inctio
riolltan district and MirrmimlliiK terri
tory, lias evolved a service soliemo which
eliminates tho gumbh' nttuchl to the
word "servlco" and Klvcn It h iiicanlitK
well dellned, nu far us tlm customer Is
"Service," lio proclaims. "beRlns with
the honest manufiicturc and factory test
ItiK of each Chalmers car and continues
through the stages of nlilppiiic. unload
ing equlppltiK, delivering and owner
ship." To cartv out the.,- illfferent phases ho
employs Mxexperlenccd service inatiaKors.
These men aro the court of last resort
with the customer, nnd to them they
have to look for tho attention necessary
nfter they take delivery. One of thfso
Kpeclnllsts Is dcallctl at nti uppolnteil
time to lit out n customer with tho par
ticular model purchased, und he Is re
sponsible for tao condition in which lin
ear Is delivered, and r.ftcrwnrd ho It Is
who trtves the half hour service' fret
whenever It Is needed. Incidentally, If
the customer Is Inexperienced this same
servlco manager does .the Instruction
This seems a solution of a lot of diffi
culties nrlslns; from service or lack of It.
It Rcncrnllzr-s responsibility ami puts
any question arising squarely up to two
the customer and the servlco manager.
Incidentally, It will do away with unjust
demands, as owners Bill think twice be
fore looking for redress for troubles
caused by their own neglect or carelessness.
PLAN HILL CLIMB
FOR GIANT'S DESPAIR
Will Ilonew Struggle on Fa
mous Course in October
With Eleven Events.
LARSON TALKS ON TIRES.
They Hhotild Itecelve a
"One of tho larecrt Items of expense
automobile owners must meet is tires,
nnd thoy should rccclvo moru than or
dinary care and attention, especially
during touring time, when they require
weekly inspection," says C. II. Larson,
President of tiia Oldsmohllu C'nninanv of
New York, "If any small cuts less than
three-quarters of an Inch lung ure dis
covered In the tread they should be
plugged with plastic rubber, but If tho 1
cuts are dtepcr or longer It will tin more I
economical to havo them vulcanized. It
Is not the tread cut Itself which Is so i
dangerous as the trouble which may .
como of the cut. A tread cut allows i
Another automobile classic will be. re
vived this fall, nccordlns; to the announce-1
ment of the Contest Hoard of tho Ameri
can Automobile dissociation, which last' water and dirt to enter, usually forming .
week Issued an official sanction for thlniall lumps, which work L-ep.-r and I
ueeper into uio ruuurr, nnuiiy rcacntng i
MEETING MODERN DEMANDS.
Klnsr .Motor Cnr Company Oltra
( I.lrr Demonstrations.
. "It Is astonishing how much the motor
'car companies aro doing tlnw d.ivs for
prospectlvi- buyers," says (', It. Itliv,
sales manager of tho King Car Corpora
I tlon, at llronihvay and Klfty-second
street, distributers for the King eight
car In this territory "The Idea is to let
i the people know Just what tho cnr can
do Iti tho way of meeting tho modern
'demands of pretty exnctlng hii)crs. It
Is a good plan, first, bi-causo It s real
service given before the saln is made:
sixth national hill climb over the fa
mous Olant's Despair course, Wllke
barrc Mountain. Wllkesbarre, Pa. This
Important event Is scheduled for Satur
day, October 7.
No hill In the United 8tatea has en
Joyed greater distinction In tho past than
Olant's IVspalf, and the announcement
of renewal of tho "Hill Climbing Derby"
will be hnllcd with satisfaction by thou
sands of motorists who are already plan
ning special runs for the bis; event, and
it Is expected that more than CO.000
spectators will be on band to witness the
l.ivr'v Interest has tieen awakened in
tho event and tho Wllkesbarre Automo
bile Club has formulated plans which
will make the hill c'lmh the blir-est th'ng
of Its kind ever attempted In the history
of motor car competition.
Five competitions have been held over
the (Hunt's Despnlr course, the last tak
ing placo Juno 11, 1910. Some of tho
records then made still stand unbeaten.
Tito hill presents a torturous ascent of
1 l-l'i miles, with hazarous turns and
affording oppo'turiltles for hair raising
thrills. In fact It Is regarded as one of
the best tests In the country of an auto
mobile's power. Notwithstanding Its
dangerous turns a serious accident never
bus occurred upon It, and for that reason
It was selected as nn Ideal scene for a
levlval of hill climbing In the East.
State constabulary and inn members of
the Wllkesbarre A. C. will police the
Tho list of events comprises eleven
i second, because It creutes cor.!drne In
tirndtict when It rnn mirrprfiilli' m.t ' and Include Stoek. non-stok, free 'or
i all the conditions. i nil and special cluh competitions. This.
It Is Interesting to be connected with a l Wl'l m!'ie ,n0 most comprehensive pro-
progteslve company whleh has been
1 on of the foremost In tho country to
I give these demonstrations for the bemllt
vi iru!i'friive uwners. Mils cpniiunv
gramme offered In years and assures the
Wllkesbarre club of success and win
bring together many of the most famous
tiuto drlvfrs now bforo the public The
8am W. Mcnefee, local branch man- for Itself a new and highly productive'
agcr of the Andcrtun Electric Car Com- i market by going below the $2,000 mirk
pany at Sixty-second street and Central , In price, and at the same time ketplng
Park West, announcts the arrival of a tip Its well known high standard !
Detroit Ulcctric of quality and dlstlnc-1 workmanship In this car. This price re
tlon that will be told for only $1,775. In duction for this car of unquestionable
the electric Held the arrival of this car Is quality looks um If It might be the begin
"an event." Two years ago one would not nlng of an unusual electric car boom In
Imt'A hefin Mil to prt nnvthlnc ntinrom-h. flits i!tv.
rl business and the Increased Interest I Ing It for Icm than J3.000. The Ander-1 Manager Menefee Is enthusiastic and
IhAirn bv ihe airrirultiiral nnnubiMnn In I son ltwtw, i-hi- I'miMiinv Is mr,lv hns r- rMtis,,,. i, m t ti,
has put tho King eight on the map ail I HH of events follows:
over the country, ami owners are llndlng
that the car can do Just what the com
pany from Its tests concluded and an
nounced It could do.
"Tho high g.-.ir performance of tint
car 1h really wondirfui. A ride In the
cltv tnittl con tin ill in,, on tlmt tintnt.
Ilvnt Nn. 1 Onen to stock cars Hint
ror i"iju or is.
t:nt Nil Open to tock cart Hint
fur II.S00 or leu.
Kv,.nt Xn. 3 Open to stock ers selling
ti-r 1.-fl" "r lev
llvi nt No. Open to Stock eir elllnr
for l;,noo or Iom.
ltvent No. '- -dreti to Mock crs tiling
M.COO. Last year Its yu- was reduced. .tul to b.nk It up I have the records i-f ,3t or, ''";,. , .,rV r.r. ..nin,
to $:.3Tr.. As a r..ult of the ledttctlon M. h i.erformniii.-s as the .11. f . ' S.".: ?T.0"pn 10 "lllnr
the bn.il branch it . r.-rif ul Its business ; Mount Wilson In high ge!ir i,,l , r. . i:vt,t No 0'a "r." non-stork, open
111 ptr out. over Unit of the year be-' tts long and trvlng Intercity tuns In I c,r" wlth r1,,nn Ulfplacement
fore us It found a steadily Idenlng j Wlth. i .-..idltloi't th. r- Is the . vld-tKe tca'Z"u "'Vl';.,::, un.-r-- non-.tock
market. Under the Impetus of the laUt or th htet ling endtiranrc qualities of the .tutiinn omn to , ears with piston dl.
price reduction Mr. Menefee i-p-i-t.s to car furnlsln-d bv tho American Autumn- piv-nn- if :si tn ito cuMc inehu
ie tin Incicase of our "U pr cent. for. i.it,. ,oclstloii which atim-ii- t..ini,.il ' Hnt Nn. s Class '-r)'' (r for all.
this year. ,i , V ""I" ' 1 '"" " I ;v,nt No 10 p-n to itock curl owntl
The model shoti bete Is known as of a g!CK.k King eight at til- Shehi-.i.l
In 1916 B. C. no
body had ever heard
In 1916 A. D. every mo
toritt knnni that I'olarlne
i the Irictlon-prool, carbon-proof
oil for all
Sold wherever yon tea
Ihe aocony sign.
the fabric. When this Is dono water I
may enter, which has a tendency to rot
the fabric. If It should begin to
rot nt one point, that spot becomes weak
and a slight bruise may cause a blow
out Thus a Weokly Inspection of the
tire, with a view of repairing nil trend
cuts, will result In more lire. uillcHgt
white tho cost of plugging or vulcanizing
Is not usually one-third that of tho cost
of. the lost tire service.
"rMrthcrmore, tt Is imperative that
drivers take particular pains with thi
braking system of tho car. because at
this time of the yenr, when touring Is at
Its Height, nothing Is moro csscntlnl than
a good set of brakes that aro capable of '
ffKS boost tor auto schools.
lined each season and n careful Inspee- , '
tlon made whenever a long run Is to be l-enrn t Drive and lie Snfo
made, In much tho Mime manner as an lvin.
engineer sees to it that the brakes of the ' .,
train work properly, thus safeguarding n 1,0 "''! ' 'nonlclc of hmtnlts
against accidents besides adding zet 1,urK- 'jntaln.s an editorial boost
and enjoyment to the trip." rm' iiutomnbilo schools when It suyn:
"I low T.iny occit p.i tits of tlm average
cnr with the e -option of the chauffeur
or owner driver, an tho ca,e may be
aro famlllni- enough with niitolnohlli
Altken la Front at Clnrlnnall With i Imnljsni to know what In ilo In cum
tho driver Is disabled'.' A foolish ques
Tneee Tires. tlutiV l.tfs si-e. Wo will suppose that
A big victory for Goodyear cord tires I 1,1 "", P-'f'y "n nun, ncveral ladli.1
marked the dedication nf the new Sharon-' rhHtlren. The person occupying
vllle board track sneedwnv nt lii,-!nn:iti I the seat next Mn- mall at tho wheel
(Uilo, on Labor Day, when John Altken, ''"'"t nothittg iib-mt the machinery. Tho
O00DYEARS WIN AGAIN.
driving a Peugeot, romped home winner
in the 300 mile sweepstakes, capturing
$12,000 In prise money.
Aitkin's car waa equipped with Oood
year cord tires. Driving a steady and
consistent race, ho assumed a lead over
Darlo Itesta at tlio lCMh mile, which h
held to the end of tho race. Aitkin's
time for the 300 miles was 3 hours f.
dttver Is iir. with cramp, bccomr-i
dizzy or has a stioke, Is lilt or tempo
rarily Wln-l.-il. The power ll on; olhei
cars ato approaching ; there l.i a (lite I
on the tight, n pule In front and tho
sWerlng gear Is without a guiding hand.
What Is Ihe Inevitable nUP-otno?
"Ilcforc be starts out with his party
the driver of tho car nbould at leist
popular priced carJ.
If the wheat crops are poor, he says,
ttr are not far from their best recent
.inrages, nnd the buing power of
000,00 farm owners Is a factor of
While the motor car manufacturers
Li making new sales records the tire
Mr.ufaetureis expect to reap an even
rxre generous harvest, nr.d arc steadily
::crtating tlielr output nnd enlarging
th'r plants to meet this demand.
The reahon for this Is s.mplc, us out-
Ule of supplying tires for l.uUU.000 new i
nr the tire ma':er. n'so have to pro- 1
tide tires for J.Oou.o'm odd cais that are
meeting modem demand and opening i car of the type referred to here sold for und Its appointments aro exquisite.
DON'T WORK ON TUESDAY.
contly prizes nro to be nwatded to the
winners In the many events.
A number or uutnmntille nnd accessory
- ( Tiny Mieistway nnd the official tm-i
i economy test.
"As tho car performs well and looks
Tdotor Car Company of New York. Is' well, I don't see that there .an bo an-
ablo to promise forty-eight hour dellvc-y' "ing ei requireu to maie it uio car
to his customers.
. ..rs, . ' " dealers have donated prizes and souve- ThU Kl,uaton, Grange to relate, was
(ronil. "r in. ..mi .k. y. j. """ue. mail . ,lu(. tl, ,,, threatened railroad strike, as
About three hundred nersons con- VZ m'"" '"' 1 'n antUlpatlon of a general tle.ip M
nectcd with the motor Industry here- (-drinking cups, which the Splltdorf com
about will Journey to Donnellv's flrovo. Iany had made specially for this oCca-
,, ., i . . i .. ,,. , slon. (' I. Stuilebaker, malinger of the
CollMge 1-olr.t. U I., on Tuesday to at-, ,,i,,inn branchi u ,'irov,,llllK ,,..,.
tend the outing of the Motor i-hili i tm pirestone tires and wnteli fobs,
"boosters." It will be tin- e th annual I'rntik lliil of the Republic Itubber r-nn-
ssnmlmr that each car .affair of Its kind, and Indications are pany has donated a iiepublli- Staggnrd
for tho most exacting owner.'
!) ni,'!iil.rs r r Hi.- Wllkribarr Auto Club
i.ui-ting uii.ltr SI (00.
- . .. rip.- fc - ri
hy memtn-rs "f tt" Wllkubarre Auto Club
CJitlng oer II, COO.
fill Ui"e up six tires n year It means
...at tieiori me cnu oi rjii our nnnii.ii
t'.t requirements will reach 1-7.0011 duo
tires, which would give something like
rO'WOO.UCO to the tire manufacturers.
That this Is no exaggeration Is Indl
ati"l by the fact that u week ngo Henry
Fcrd place 1 :i contract which called for
(tie-half of tho company a three year
.rat-p'y of tires, which amounted to S34,
100.000. Tllee flirures. cays Mr. Do I.'i-ser, are
'iceiitlor.ally significant as pointing out
tk.e future trend of the motor car In
that It will eehp-e all previous outings , tread tire ns
given by th. motor tradesmen. i.(ry
one connected with the motor trade Is
Invited to varllclpate In tho Jo.vous fes
tivities, which will be unique In many
The start will be from in front of the
Motor Club, 222 West Klfty-nlnth street,
about 9 A. M.. and each owt r of n
motor car who Is to go on the i utlng Is
expected to i.lrry Jis many "boosters" as
Is possible In his machine. A breakfast
will be served at the grove at 12 noon.
The bake Is scheduled for 5 I'. M.
The piogrnmme of sports Is varied, and
prlr.e for one of the
events. William (. I'oortner of the
I'oertner Motor Car Company, lias of
feted i-pudal prizes for the winning Imse.
ball piuytrs. Tickets can be obtained
from J. .1. Korbel. Motor Club, 222 West
Jloupt two weks ato ordered tho De
troit factory not only to ship all the
ears t';-.-.v could by f.i't fr.-.gM but also
t. send as many as t-iey could spire hy
Wells Furgo lprcs.
As -i ics all . : ! foresight Mr. Houpt
now lias cars n..dv for ul'not Imm--(llate
deliver) and in n v of his custom
ers whii t ive been w (.ting for wicks to
get cirn are now retting tlictn.
Amo'.g tni- ie -cut a riv lis ate samplM
of pr.ii tlc.illy evety m -d.-l of .-losed car-
moline-knight mot:s up. i
Ch-trlei It. Washburne, president of
C II. Wa-Ii. -ii In- d --id rtr
cf t'.e .Mo'.Im-Knisht s'.e , vain' fi"
gim-d .( for N-;v Y-.n .-''a-..- .nd n
tin tiopnl'tan d'-t". '., .i d..w;i f o-n
Itocli,'s-..r lot we-iv tsu; rvi-" t1 c -.-moval
of the lueil V-udiUartt-is to 1 -t
llroadway. Ho said that altlaitigh t c
1 metropolitan brniirh ha I i ',"-'i I
late In tli" seaon n surptls.tig and ni .st
it'sf.ii-tnry bil-lnei-s was ilcn.- -,r
I fa't, I may say tint from a mat: '.m
ne H111M.-I1 c.iiip.iny iunii .nn, '-'u' sPindl:nt we are to be roncr itu'r.t! 1.
Ing sedan., limousines and town cars.. f(,r f.w ,.,,., on nrn.lunny ex,.,.t
i.iiu.i-s ..I.- .....rv v.. ... - to make money the first cjr. We hav.'
lot Is the new town r.ir. and there rn ,i,.n.-
HOUPT CAN DELIVER AT ONCE. ; only 300 of these ,1,. iUm- models to ij! A,Kl"i .lbollt . 1IMV nu,,,, for 1!(,r,
llllllt mil 01 li.a'iM. (-aix which me uuu- ... U-i.l,l,im,e Intimite,! lh.it n hie n.
Also 11ns Itriiinrknblc Tour Car nn
For about the tlrst time In many
"Joe" and "Pic" Become Ford Agents
months the Hudson factory Is shipping
car In large enough numbers so thai
! Harry" S. Houpt, president of the lltids n;
TEST-"' -lU37(CTr.1 F""
iHi - s.hiiiiiiiiiiii...iiibi
Oshkosh, KisselKar and Mucks.
son lacuiry win uini mu .ins ji-.r. , , , ,,or um,,,,,,.,, . ,. ( ,,
Unlit by maM. r craftsmen of interna. ,, ,,artrui.IIP ml ,hf. f. ,ry r...
tloiial tame, this ti-w town car reprc- ,,,,-., . , ,,f k
seiits the final word in stle. comfort uti 1 1 .r iK ,t frpn ,.. ..,ro..n.
luxury 'Ihe car Is now on exn.bltl.m In , wl , , . ,, Mllf ,... , ,.,,
the Hudson sah:oo-n In the Urclc Hulld- ..... .,, v , ,h .,
triiinipn or tin- mi eve v.uve pionti.-t.--The
new quarters nf the r-omti.iti) ire
being hutid-oni-h- decntated 'n crca-i,
light blue n-'U while.
The olllci-H are on the mesjanlne tloor
and the showrooms lock out litem I' ni '-
wuy and S.xts-tlr-t sttct A new nJt-l
larger service station Is also being ai .
ciil cl foi ti n benetlt of ptnvha--r o!
Mulliic-Knlg ' ars.
By FRANCIS M. HUGO,
Secretary of Stats.
A remedy for tho nlmost uni
vcrsnl lireukifiR of the rules of
the rond, which la not only a de
sirable luit practical reform,
would seem to lie in the teaching
of the rules of the roud nnd the
(lancers of the traffic in every
elementary school. A dozen or
?o simple rules illustrated by dia
grams would in u very few les
sons teach the best way of avoid
ii.jr the undoubtedly increasing;
dancers of the highways. While
the pedetrian hns certain special
rights, there is no reason to be
lieve that the majority of those
who walk are so intolerant and
selfish its tn with to cause un
ieccsary dancer to vehicular
.rallio. It is true, therefore, that
f .schools of every description
.audit their pupils the ordinary
tiles of the toad many accidents
.vould lie thereby averted and
rnieh of the chaos, risk nnd dis
jrder in our traffic would be
minutes 27 seconds, nn average of P7.0C ('"plain th very simple method of cii'-
miles an hour.
Twenty-eight cars lined up for the
start, eight of which completed the .tun
miles. Altken was the only otic of the
eight using Qoodycars. One of tho Im
portant factors In his victory was the
absence of tiro trouble, only two stops
for tires having been made during the
entire 300 mile grind. Noun of the
drivers finishing the race had less than
two tire changes.
Aitkin's left front nnd left rear tins
withstood tho terrlllc heat und wear of
the nlnety-evtn miles nn hour grind
after having been run lf0 miles In trial
laps beforo the race.
ting off the 1 c.Mr nnd upphlna the
brake. It woul I inlnlmUo ;i source of
danger not often, enough taken In'
account Many a life has been lost be
c.itisn the other occupants of the lac
knew nothing about tho mechanism."
BIG PLANS FOR ABBOTT,
X,t.al Dtraler Tlrluao Uuiiii Siiiim
A. Sanders, president of Iinge-
K. J. STF.H.V.
Tso mors Automobile How veterans the latest things In the accessory lino to
l"t sneered "t-- . a I -f tho l-'ord " 1 ,nclr customers direct fnm their conn
J w,r,:" 1 ' 1 " l" ' oru- ltrs. Thty havo opened u servlco slu
The row knows them hs "Joe" and , t0, at -Vest Flfiy-flfth street.
"Ke," but htm thoy ,mlst be referrd to I Mr. I'lcard Joined tho Wyckoff, Church
"lijri.n, Stem and Albert . I. I'lcard. 1 Partridge organization In 130G md
of note who havo sold Stearns cars. In 1010 .Mr. Stern
l"'n llronlway for years and years I Joined the same org inlnallon and sold
'"Ml V j by ihe'r latest move Indlc.ttu a i Commer trucks. Later .Mr. I'lcard went
s'itpa-e t-i ivtiuilu there years and years I abroad, and tluauy returned m nroau
Mm, j way an, opened a largo uccissory house
K Jo ; S-.eni, or rather "Joe," nnd I at 1720 llroidway under the name of
fWt .1 in, ,, or rather "I'le," have I A. J. I'lcard ic 'o. Mr. Klein soon Joined
Ji a.1 .it, d -ng th -i- In the ucei sso'ry ' forces with hlia there.
.r i, , y a and It Is only I The new arrangement will not In any
'ur.il i i ii . tl, .n'i fgitlier when they , way Intel fere with tlm old one. Tht
a giae ) ird agency at 1 fi.l'J i Ford connection only makes the I'lcard
BiNjj.itt n r.. iiii.v ni-e now bowing I stem combination stronger llinn ever.
he new I'ords, which huvo Tho showroom nt Hi.rJ iiroauway,
whero tho cars are oeing riinwn, imn nciu
thoroughly renovated nnd lifted with spe
cial lighting fixtures, which will glvo tlm
Utile Kurds n setting that will be almost
irllllant as their record or perrorm-
Tlie proud lown fiitliera if list, .null, Wis., Iniw iclven Arlle Mucks
an uutomoblle, and It I n Klsselkitr. Arlle Is the rnltrrslly nl
Wisconsin sslant rrho holds the norld's record for Ihrenlug the dlcns.
It Is only O frrt 5 Inches hlah. lie and hi smile arr sbnnn hern hy
the side of his Hundred 1'olnt fts Klsselknr.
Great Tire Purchase
Jut purrh:M i tin k t h hvt i ;w
'I lr niicr ' i'l 'H kl' hi
"Two for Price of One"
' IHMI 1 UlUTs ,tll 411 M ) m ,,!:(
ItioiivintK tr 'I ttlM si ',() i ti Pl- 'i nut
,iJl TlUr."4 M'U SHi.
suii'trir-. it 1 1 hlii'l. uf I'tii !",
Body Sale Offers Wantsd
1 .tl"U'iU- H MO it "! I..IM.l."ll l(i i "m
tip fVtlW', Ull MH Hl'U.ltll (ll'W .
1'intici i't lutir altif' iHiir, ; eumhHtt 1
' Jandorf Automobile Co. ,
I M TO .V TIUi: IIKI-AK r.Ml.N'I'x.
1761, 1763 B'way, I
11(11)1 ,v . I 7 I ' I ( 1 1 s HI I' Ml I '.M K r,
ana, ana w .
necker c Banders, Hastem dlstrlhtiters
of the Abbott-Detroit line of nvtor
cars, has Just returned from ,i week's
visit to the factory In Detroit,
an Interesting grist of news ulth re
gard to the progress nnd plans of the
pnrcnt concern. Tlio high lights In the
news aro that the' Consolidated Car
Company I1I change Its lie.idii.irtrr
next January, locatli.? In Cleveland,
Ohio, operating with greatly Increased
capital, and that the name of the cm
cern will be changed to Identify It mote
closely with the product.
Incidentally luigenccker & Sanders,
who have had wondirful success he e
during their comparatively shoit c.mht..
elice ns distributers of Alibett-netro.t
cars, have virtually doubled the"- a'bd
ment of cars for i.eu ye it- The 11.17
ltne, nordlng to Mr. Sanders, will b-i
a revelation to motorists.
I'Uns fur the mini! from lMruIt t.i
Cleveland arc already under u.iy. The
company has purchased s. acies of latnl
In Kast Cleveland In the we.n'ty ! the
Chandler, Jordan und lenei.il lllcctil.
plants, nnd one of the largest em trad
ing Ilrms In the city is t.nw .it unik on
the construction f n modreti ilreproof
plant that will afford 150.000 square
feet of floor space. The plant will bo
completed by the end of tho current
For tho fir t time since the new
model U-10 Mitchell Six was announced
(Iilieral Manager Stone ts now In u
poMtlnti to make dcllveiles on the car.
Tho ne.v f.llicl.ell. which comes as u
to pasn tigi r in.nlstir and us a fiv"
pasM-ngcr touring car, sells for tl.n.vi
and Is the loi-t priced car that the
Mlt. In II company has turned out In re-c.-nt
years. It is titled with a 40 horse
power motor. ."i.T,, and has a wheil
ban- uf 120 Inches.
Among the fi.ituic.s aro light weight.
I ii. tn chrome vanadium steel evm-
htrtlellnnr ,riKfit,'ti.. tn,.!; It, IK.
bringing ! vscttuin gasolene feed : lloatlne real-
alo; cantilever rear springs: enirlnn
rlv n tiro piiinn ntid nn -tiu tire cer-
Irlor. The t ie bus nn urlintU' stte'jin
line boi! with a n..s,i , e jwl, roomy
a- ei mtiKiil-i tlotis ami itm wide seats.
I All tMe. of tht- i.o- Mitchell 1"7
j 111' ll IS I . '-se.puwer tl.lds.n.srm modelll
nr.- now v n the M P-hell ssle
rtHiM' In Hit. Ct li liul'd--
Portable and Permanent
Or Buildings for Any Purpose
Milt l-VV IICM?
Ue are one .,r Hi.- I.irg.- HalHsrsor
I'ortdt.le ninl . l.in.il llulldluin, lo
'lit til si, i,.,n,.
I . v i-iiui (iii i: in ii him; c'o..
III Hrlilte .!... Ilj.
It . I
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I ieie and there with a
nn ng want'.
piirpofu of Messrs. I'lcard
i i us., th'lr accessory estab
nlvatitag" In cnnnectlou with
s iii-i' lug e.iil'pnietit and
1 TO 5-TON TRUCKS
HEAVY WORK only emphasizes the super
iority of the Burford Internal Gear Drive.
ft Its high grade units give perfect service
Phone 1191 Col . for demonstration .
BURFORD & CO., Ltd., 1874 B'dway.
TO GET A USED CAR OF ANY MAKE THAT IS WORTH
ABSOLUTELY WHAT YOU PAY FOR IT CONSULT THE
USED CAR DEPARTMENT FIRST.
Our Mid-Summer Sale Is On
and buyers have been coming frpm far and near to get what
they know arc genuine bargains. The next three months
are the finest in the year for touring. Don't think it over,
COME AND INVEST YOUR MONEY in these or any of
the 40 excellent cars which we arc offering.
Studebaker 1916 Landau roadster
Chalmers Master Six touring, 5-paasenger.
Studebaker 1915 "6," 5 or 7-passenger,
Overland Brougham 1915.
' TIME PAYMENTS ARRANGED.
STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
llttOADWAV, nt SflTII HT.
O. A. ACKERMAN. Msnsirr, I IIUOOKI.VN MtANCIl.
I'srd Car Dept.. 2d Kloof. JUKI HKIIK)l(l) AVE.
I'hOBS Circle 1400. I I'boiw Dm-utur UM.
.Mill., n.'.ir llri.itluiit .
(n 1. i. it . ir. l.rnn-.
v iiiU1ii ' I II in I'iinK-.
M u.l II.l ir I IViulfr-. fti.
Ill llsllV .11-1(1 I. nil' IMIIiKs. INI .
I IMN..MI llr.'inhMi). N. , ( Ii. I.. .nill.iiiiH.
111.11 Ht-iUiinl A ItKlvii. Til, i:.-; I iti nr. ,
' HTI'T. TOflU I .HIT lilfSPIlKfr. !1K .
' iifv fully ".ul.r.l, tui; On. Ittirltum-
Miolt Cii., li'ja llr.i.ului. v i
'i nuihcoi: cnr.MM v ifiTnit-Tiir..
intfiiiiKi-r, t It 1 1 -; in.i. n ully iit-w .
Iti.i4(iiiii. Scott (.'it . U.ti lliti.t.lttii,
MI.MIHVA Liitn nin.lf. u four.
sHiiicer tuiirltiir; i:titiriuin. .1 ..tiu-r.
kum-Srott Cn 11 r..t .1 mi .
Is your Battery
Is your car calling on
your battery for a big day
and night's work
Without feeding it
enough current without
sufficient distilled water?
If so, the life of your bat
tcry is bound to be short
I.O.IIlll Limousine, nuw , r't.irlo IVht 1
inK 'iti'l urtliii:i iir wiii-cu Arnly I
H!ti:W.STi;it'H KAfTHIIV. lllMue l'la.i.
1M Al'MTIIIW DMMI.I'lt llU.M).Ti:it
121 s 1 1 ll llUsppPIII llIK vflt, IHM.'tli Hliy
l.lltll tll-W, III autlfllllV t-.tNl.r.l I . II Kit t II
Kuikilln-.- ull L'u , D'Jii 111 tt.t ! k .t
'1'Ulir-IC, Itntn-l ii-w, iiimi url i.ni-, l.li;
liarsnliiH. :utli Of ri tin i'.. . li. il H'unv
1516 KTl'TX TDl'lt I'tiur p.ntnnni
'prclul llullcloi;; li.titiuln. Hi.ikniu-.SioU
Co., Ik5 8 llrouillvll) ,
T1MKBN HKAIIINI1X IITATT.
Nw llcninurf ti-ivu Sl.t Tlio iiiMlHin t'o ,
tSJ W nih St mi 11 u nyl Tel fol
rKI.I.SEN TIKE CO., INC.,
Tlmt and Tubts.
Brueh Btor. 41 Hi on at.,
S.VH D..I.,' , SV
Let us inspect your bat
tery. Don't put this off.
We'll test your battery
and add water, as often as
you wish. This service is
free to all battery owners.
We aim to catch the little
troubles before they grow
If repairs are needed, we
can make them.
Your battery needs Prest-O-Lite
The Prest-O-Lile Co., Inc.
NEW tORK BRANCH
one 4MCTrDniM Aire
The New 1917
We are now authorized
agents for the new FORD
line and invite your at
tention to some especially
beautiful new models of
this remarkable little car,
such as the new
Time Payments Can Be Arranged
Nichols & Webster, Inc.
269 Amsterdam Avenue
at 73d Street & Broadway, N. Y.
Telephone Columbus 4536