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Aboye.' is a photograph of the
start of the three-cornered race at
Tarrytown, &. Y., yesterday, be
tween n -automobile, an aero
plane and a Lake Shore train.
The train-paralleled the Hud
son and the auto was driven over
the frozen surface of the river.
The racing auto is at the right
and .the smoke of the train can be
seen behind it. The airship did
not enter the race until about a
mile from the start, allowing the
other two space annihilators time
to get under way. ,
The race was won by the aero
plane, which traveled 12 miles in
14 minutes, the auto taking lSl2
minutes to go the same distance.
The train was left far in the ruck.
Automobile races are being
held on the ice daily, an auto, sled,
the 'invention of a New Yorker,
proving one'o'f the features of the
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DANGER OF STREET CAR
There will be no street car
strike in Chicago.
This was assured today follow
ing the conference Friday and
Saturday between a committee
from the carmen's union and
President Rpach of the Chicago
Railways Co , when the men de
manded the discharge of Super
intendent James B.1 Hogarth, on
the grounds that he was unfair,
and imposed severe penalties for
Hogarth will be shorn of his
power, and the men will deal di
rectly with the company through
an executive board, composed o'f
President Roach, Vice President
WilHston Fish and Henry As
Blair. This board will do all dis
ciplining and'regulate schedules
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