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WITH THE kVttMBIUSTS.
? decided to psetpone tho aa
-resskhttlty ?font until next year.
BVesldentlaJ campaign activities are
Bold responsible for a depleted entry
i Met and auepended istereet la long
' Beert Ilde touring- competition. Many
t dttlee guarantee teams far next year,
' aad several sectioas of the Detroit
Mew Orleans route now under improve.
SSsat will have been finished.
Though hs has never ridden la as
?seaplane, S. L> Jones, jf San Fran?
cisco, could probably tell how an avis
tar feels who meets with an accident
high in the air and plunges headlong
to earth, perhaps to death, A 176-foot
drop over a mountain precipice, with
an aut ?mobile, in which he and four
? friends were badly hurt, furnished the
experience for Mr Jonea The Califor?
nia man told of the fall one day re?
cently when he drov? a badly battered
American Model 5* touring car into 1
the repair shop of the American Motors
California Company. 47 6 Gsldtn date
?venue. San Krancisco.
Gene Green, a professional singer
with a strong penchant tor fast motor- ]
lng. bad his life insured la?t week
without knowing it. Mr. Green, who '
drives a Kissel Kar sixty horse-power ,
"Six" waa to apeer in Grand Rapids, j
Michigan, aad decided to gj tnere from ,
Chicago by motor. Me wired to that
management under which he was to f
appear. Just before leaving at 9 o'clock |
kg the morning: "Will arrive at 2 P. M.
Now Grand Rapids Is something like j
146 miles from Chicago, and a little
rapid calculation on the part of the
recipients of the message gave them a
fright. Mr. Green was a favorite there
and the theatre had been sold out for
the three nights he waa to appear. It
looked to them like 245 miles in five
hours meant that Green aad a fine
ehanoo of singing that night In a
higher altitude than Grand Rapids.
They told their troubles to a friend?
ly insurance man and he suggested
the taking out of an accident p>llcy to
reimburse them in case anything did
happen. They agreed and a policy tor
16.000 was written, but Green appeared
about i o'clock entirely Intact
The third annual reliability contest
of the Automobile Club of Buffalo,
which In importance ranks second on?
ly tj the Glldden tour, was won by a
Maxwell car entered by Charles F.
Monros. The contest was conducted
aver a route of 860 miles and 1 aster
John G. Jones, of the Alexander
' Hamilton Institute. New York, is the
' latest speaker added to the already
Inviting list that will addreas he big
crowd of automobile retail selling
agents and their salesmen at the na?
tional intensified salesmanship and ad?
vertising convention to be held In In
' dianapolis. October S and t.
In securing Mr. Jones the general
arrangements committee feels It has
made a weighty move. In a letter to
. Chairman J. J. Cole, Mr. Jones says
that he will talk on ' Head w ark In
Salesmanship." The Alexander Hamil?
ton Institute Is one of the largest
institutes of Its kind having seen or?
ganised "to meet the demand for more
complete and exact business iniorma
tloa?the basis of efficiency."
If Trie Speaker doea aa well with
the stick in the world series with the
New York Giants this month as he did
three years sgo. many Boston fans are
sure to go insane from pure delight
The Red Sox outfielder, who is the win
- ner of the Chalmers car presented to
the American League player moot val?
uable to his team, ran up a batting
*' average of .671 against Mathewaon,
Marquad & Co.. In the five game series
staged between the Speed Buys and
the Giants in 1808?a series, by the
way. that took ll.001.S8 out of the Na?
tional Commission treasury, the re?
ceipts not equalling the expenses.
Speaker made twelve hits in twenty
one times at bat In the last Boston
New York series, three of hia drives j
being for extra bases. He touched ?
Mathewaon and Amea for home runaj
and tarred Crandall for a triple, his;
total base average being .961.
He waa not the only player to hit i
.800 In that aeries, for Harry Hooper
had the haft-centary mark. Manager,
then Captain' Jake Stahl, batted .300'
Charley Hall turned In an average of ?
.290. and Bill Carrlgan's figures were:
.99S. Pape, Wood and Collins, all of
whom will play for Boston In the com- ?
.la* aeries, tailed to cat a bit three
I years backt.
I Twelve of the New York players
I who were in the 1*09 series still re
I main with the team, these being (wit*
; the averages they then made) Meyers
I and Mcrkle. .375, McCormick and Ma
thewsos, .333, Crsndall. .25?, Murray.
.130. Doyle, .183. and Knodgrasa. Her?
ste, Marquad, Ames and Wiltss, .000.
Although the American Automobile
Association has called off the (Hidden
Teur from Detroit to New Orleans,
ever the Lakes-to-the-Qulf route
Charles J. Gliddeti. donor if the classic
Glldd< n trophy, will lead a caravan of
'? tourists over the identical route that
I was sstePted for the National KeltaMl
! The toul vilU be conducted under the
' auspices of the 50,00i' Mile Maxwell
I Club, a flourishing organisation of
i mot .lists who have been awarded gold
medals for driving S<?,o0o and 25.0OO
miies res.PI ctln-ly. The run will be
open to all.
Mr. (.Hidden will personally drive a
Maxv, ell "40" touring car, similar to
tht- trio of Maxwells which made the
only perfect score in the last cjntoet
from New York <? Jacksonville. F*la.
The noted tourist will start from De
tr >it on October 14, end carry out the
schedule as arranged by the A, A. A.,
arriving in New Orleans on October
A motorcycle wedding was the choice
of Miss Laura Thompson, of Pasadena,
Cal., former State president of the
Christian Endeavor, and Charles Bur?
ton, of Almeda. who is president of
the Board of Trustees Of the Chris?
tian Church in that city.
It waa n n an elopment. On the
contrary the use of the motorcycle In
this case was merely the deaire of Miss
Thompson and Mr. Burton to onjoy
to the utmost the necessary trip fiotn
Almeda to San Jose, eraere the cere?
mony wad performed. I
Mr. Burton and Miss Thompson
motored comfortably from Almeda to
San Jose, were married, and then1
With Palace Bowlers
By B. N. (Jake) Rewsey.
The Palace Duck Pin League waa
Organised last Wednesday night to
open its season October 14. The
league Is composed of six strong S-men
teams awaiting for the battles. The
teams are evenly matched, although
a few new faces will be seen.
The schedule runs twenty-five weeks
and calls for seventy-five games. The
Journal and Howitzer teams open the
league on Monday nicht, October 14.
at 8.30 o'clock. ' Both teams have their
men in condition and it is likely that
some good scores will be mads on the
The captain of each team has his
men vary well in trim. The teams,
most of them at least, have the earns
men aa la ths summer league.
There are ohancea for many high
scores and averages this season. Tha
teams will have to roll strictly under
the rules of ths league.
Badee of 11 agae
1. Name, Palace Duck Pin League.
3. The teams sre composed of flee
men and one substitute each, that is,
the team may have six men, and ths
captain has the right to use any five of
hia a<x players.
3. Any captain wishing to change
the personnel of his team must report
same to manager at least six hours
before gsmes are called, statine la!
writing name of player dropped and
4. No player can be a member of
more than one team.
5. Players releaaed from one team
will not be allowed to sign w'th sny
other team without ths consent of a
majority of the captains.
4. All games must be started not
later than 8:30 unless by mutual eon
sent of the two captains.
7. Playern era required to he on
hand at least fifteen minutes before
games are called.
3. A foul line Judge must be on hand
at all games and rules governing aam*
will be in full force
9. If a team has not the required
number of players on the alleys In
time to start a scheduled gams end
no postponement can be secured, ths
games will be forfeited to ths team
ready to bowl. Should the forfeiting
team be completed In time for the
second or third game, they may com?
pete for such gamea
10. A player lofting a ball over ten
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YOU CAN PLACE FULL
in the 1913 Abbott motor cars because they are bu?t according to the
engineering and metallurgical pesctice, to meet the demands of the at
conditions. Their equipment is equally wdl planned and complete. They
Best Gars in the World at the price.
Electric Self-Starter, Electric Lighting,
Part of Standard Equipment on
all 1913 Models.
All 1913 Abbott-Detroit car* are equipped with
our own specially designed, self-contained electric
Not an experiment, not an attempted combina?
tion of ignition, lighting and starting;, bat a read,
dependable, self-starter, built aa a putt of the
engine and Included in the regular rqiilprnanf
In operation it is simple and positive and thor?
oughly reliable. A child or lady can caperate It
it consists of an e'ectric motor, built en the side
of the crank case and connected to the crank abaft
through an independent train of gears.
When the gasoline motor starts, a free running
friction clutch releases these fears and they remain
idle while the gasoline motor is running.
As an additional safeguard against "Irick-backs.*
a foot lever retards the spark before the engine can- be
Electric Lighting System is Equally
The electric current is generated by means of a
dynamo, and a large capacity lighting battery is-pro?
vided, which takes care of the lights when the motor
is standing still.
An antutugtir switch pi Stents the aaadharge of
the battery through the dynamo when aha enema it
Two targe black ?nsmrsad. nlehnt t
trie head lights, electric aide and taB lamps, fitted
with Tungsten globes, aa extension aaxihery light,
which can be need for examining the motor or mterior
of the car. a dash light for lighting the apeedometer,
pedals and fietiagg on the dash, rrsTtnlath tea etmip
The demand of the day ta that aa
tion ehall ha Judges' by Its prodsjet, aahd not by.
what ft cleJsas for Meant,**
s? wean axaudiaug^aSiS nmdab.
34-40 Vkim+Dcot Roadster,
116-inch wheel base
54-40 5-psssenger, Fore-Door Touring car, # f 7Ail
' 116-inch wheel bam #1 /l/V
44-50 5-psjaeagor, Fore-Door Demi- ?|975
Tonneau 121-inch wheel base
??o t^szi?^ $2000
?* a-**^ ^. J2i5o
44-50 y-passenger, Fore-Door Limoosine, CIA CA
121-inch wheel base tWOUDV
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feet down the allere wfll he counter!
out an a foul bell, just ths same ?? If
a howler slide error or touches the
foul line with any part of his body.
IS. AU samaa wfil be roOad on Mon?
day. Wednesday and Friday nichts, as
12. Teams will start aa alleys desig?
nator! and alternate sash sescesdlng
IS. in oass of a tie, each team win
roll a complete frame to isatds same
la. Mach team will he required to
deposit Si with the irsasnr*- se a
sraarantae to finish athadala, Such
money will so dlrlded late Prises at
the close of the season.
if, Been team will he raaalrsd to
pat ap Ks money on er ?score ths
nicht they tell their first schedules
1?. The leases Is nnHil of sir j
fire-men team*?Virarinlana, Journals, j
Tlmes-Diapatch. Mews Lasisr. How?
itzers and Franklin*.
Journals. P. Prien;
Seey: Krank 11 na. O H. Bach; TJmea
ntspatch. L. B. Dawaoa: Mews Leader.
3. W. Brown: Virginian*. ?T. A. Aa
Flrst team.saeewaeaweee ? M
Second teem.*va*?*a*ee*n*>eev *!
Third teem.?. 1<
17. Teams ami he isejsmafi to roll
full schedule, la saaar ta participate
la the prise*
IS. A correct list of the ItsaBas and
average of tee players will he pah
llshed In every Sunday** peg sr.
If All cam** start at S:M o'clock
Wednesday. October lg?TmsOT-Dto
l patch re Newa
Weenesdap. Otis? at
Wedneaday. November I TtmiS I
patch v* Virginians.
Friday. NoTember 1??Ntwi Lander
Monday, November. U Hsnflasra va
Wednesday. November ?I Tlaaas Pts
patc TS. News Leader.
Friday. November ZS?Vtiafslana es.
Monday. November M> Steam laisisr
TS. Howltsera _
Wednesday. November TT?Tmav
Diipatcb TS, Franklin*.
Friday. November XS?J*araam vs.
Monday. December 1?-aTYanklln* va
I Wednesday. December *?VVs^man*
va New* Leader.
I Friday. December I Tim** Dispatch
I Monday, Di-?amer ? Hew Ha* is va,
Wednesday. December IS?v^iallamli*
Friday. December 11?News Loader
Monday. December it?Vrrsrtansas ea.
Wednesday. December IT . Tims*
Dispatch va Journale
Friday. Die ami *r 1? efsws fasedsr
I va. Franklin*.
Monday. December Fl Tsai ?as ea
I 1 seder re Time* DanjsawmaV
! Friday. Deeeaskee 11 nnahnhm ea,
jv^lNTikasm^ . j^j
Friday. January | ?tislpJaae ea
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Monday. Jaseary la?Fvaaaaama ea.
Wednesday. Jaaaary td-^tmaMseaaaV
patch vs. nrelnfaaa
Fiiiss. Jaaaary i?--es*aaTaeae va.
New* LisSSr n^-mJtm^?mtmmW
?ff** ? ft ISs)j>T*a>.
petsh va J*wraa"ta"MI
Monday. Jaaaary H?slenyeanaea ea.
nannanaTa a'^tBou** ?V^^ewnsB avmmnV
Wadoraday. February I?Ttaaa-Wa
patea va Franklin*
Friday. February ??Vlrylolana m
Wedaeaday. nlilllj lfr-^ittlsdaaa
: ra. Nr wa Lenden. I
FUday. February 11?Howl tars ra
Monday. Feiiaaij IS^-tTraakllae ra,
Wednesday. Fosaaniy ?d?TUuaa Pls
patch ra Vtrsrlnlana
Friday. Fabrnary ? TllWaat* ra
Friday. Marek 1 ?awa Ha lar se.1
?rtday. Marek U-jMnwb) ee. *?w^
Monday. AjrB *?Ttofrtnfauu rat
Irl??* April I mwm Leader
A New Shoe Fin
Bills Miller, formerly wtta
Hofhelmer, ?o wan and favorably
known la tha ahoo boalaaoa, ara saw
in tor eat ed la Um BaocUltr Skoo Store.
XI? Cast Broad Street, where tbey will
bo clad to as* tbatr frliaaa aad tba
pa bile gsueiaPy.
t Ever" at $20.1
dkst eathafy the
MM in gia***. Our buyers
that could be made at $20 for
cueu tores. Other tailors
I* that price. Bat ttere they are.
Overcoats At Same Price
400 Srjies from $15.00 to $40.90
Bhe Watfer Serge Saft at
Mortem C Stout & Co.