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I 12 7HE WESTERN WEEKLY, '
I Garage Notes
H Some New York chauffeurs already are buying their own taxicabs
H on the installment plan, and the picturesque hansom is disappearing.
I In spite of every effort of the A. A. A. to shake off the name
H "Glidden" from its annual tour, the title remains seemingly as popular
H us ever.
H Manette is a French term sometimes applied to the throttle and
H ignition lever mounted on the steering wheel.
H In preparation for what is expected to be a record-breaking year
H of trade, an automobile factory at York, Pa., has decided to double
H its plant.
Hj Carburetters in which adjustment is provided for the amount of
R gasoline supplied to the jet very often require readjustment when a
H different grade of gasoline is used.
HP James Vassar and William Yell of Hermosa Beach, Cal., who are
H crossing the continent in an automobile, arc now touring through
H eastern Canada with Boston as their destination.
H There will be another grand prix in France next year. That
H much is settled, French pluck winning out over two years of defeat.
H "In spite of the hardships endured, I would like to repeat the trip,"
Hj says George Sinister, who commanded the American car which won
H the New York to Paris contest.
H It is reported that John W. Griggs, former governor of New Jer-
H scy and former United States attorney general, will bring suit to test
Hi the constitutionality of the automobile law of his state.
H Seymour B. Young, salcsmanagcr of the Consolidated Wagon &
H Machine Works is away on a well earned vacation. He is at Mountain
HJ Mr. H. J. Pcery of Ogdcn, has bought a Franklin car from the
HJ Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co. It is a 5-passengcr, 4-cylindcr,
HJ 28 horsepower touring car.
Bj Dr. Williams, also of Ogdcn, has purchased a 16 horsepower
HJ Franklin touring car from the same agency.
HJ Mr. Geo. T. Odell and party are away on a trip in Mr. Odell's
HJI Franklin touring car. They left Tuesday for Ogden and from there
H they go to Evanston, Wyoming.
All chauffeurs must demonstrate their ability before they can ob
tain a license from the authorities to drive a car in Norway. (
A police system of 600 national guardsmen and 100 policemen will j
protect the course during the Savannah grand prize contest.
So rejoiced were the members of the Hartford Automobile club at '
their victory in freeing a toll bridge that they held a street parade.
Using 100 as a given standard for pneumatic tires, the tractive re- f
sistance of solid rubber tires average is 129.8, and of iron tires is 132.7.
Mr. E. G. Gibson has purchased a 20 horsepower Reo touring car,
ironi the Sharman Auto Co.
Frank Bottcrill of the Tom Botterill Auto Co., returned to Salt
Lake on Thursday. He is well pleased with the results of his eastern
Littleton Price is just back from a trip through Idaho in his
Pope-Toledo, where he visited a number of the principal towns in
cluding Boise and Idaho Falls.
Fred Wey of the Wilson Hotel is on his way to Yellowstone
Park. He goes as far as Pocatcllo in his National car, from that point
he will go by train.
Sam Sharman and party were at Lost Creek again on Sunday.
They had a good day's sport.
Ben Osherman of Evanston, Wyoming, arrived in Salt Lake on
Wednesday. He made the run from Evanston in his Rambler. He
reports the roads between that city and Echo in a very bad condition
but from Echo into Salt Lake he says they are fine.
J. B. Risque made the run to Brighton on Monday in his Pierce
car. He returned Tuesday. Herb Vail was the driver. i
The Tom Botterill Co. will handle the Chalmers-Detroit car next ;
season. A demonstrator was shipped them last Monday and should
arrive in a few days.
Mr. O. H. Hewlett had the judges of the Civil Improvement
League out in his Ford touring car on Sunday. They were inspecting
the gardens entered in the Herald's prettiest front and back yard com
petition. Harold Lamb's "Great Red Devil" is out of the repair shop and is
i mining around again in fine style after its week's lay-up.
Tony Jacobson had a party of friends out to Wasatch on Sunday
in his car.
Dr. T. F. Critchlow and party were at Ogden Canyon Sunday in
Dr. Critchlow's Tackson car.
L. A. Macey and family were also at Ogden Canyon Sunday.
I The Western Weekly Automobile List (continued)
Hfi 241 II. Tyreo. 304 Thomas Kearns. 367 H. W. Walker. 430 E. A. Steiner
242 Ada Wilson. 305 Miss Mathilda Balr. 3C8 II. E. Cutler. 431 Studebaker Bros Co
1 243 Mrs. Wlllard Snyder. 306 W.- I. Snyder. 369 E. Wade. 432 Studebaker Bros Co'
i 244 J. E. Langford. 307 Bismarck Snyder. 370 N. W. Clayton. 433 H. J. Bywater
H 24B A. A. Sweet. 308 J. W. Rooklldge. - 371 Jas. i. Moyle. 434 Watklns & Bl'rch
HI I 246 Dr. T. C. Gibson. 309 S. C. Sherrlll. 372 W. H. Jones. 435 Mrs. J. T. Klnirsburv i
247 II. H. McKenna. 310 W. L. Mangum. 373 Jos. A. Silver. 436 A. C. Ellis Jr
T 248 F. A. Slade. 311 V. D. Spalding. 374 S. J. Seal. 437 E. B. Wicks
B 249 J. It. Van Evera. 312 Ezra Thompson. 375 J. J. Buswell. 438 G. C. Rlchter
m 250 E. C. Coffin. 313 G. O. Bradley. 376 Dr. F. O. Reynolds. 439 1. N. Parker '
B 251 D. M. Peory. 314 L. A. Marks. 377 J. A. De Bouzek. 440 Nellie L. Lyon
B 252 Sharman Auto Co. 315 H. A. McCornlck. 378 M. E. Smith. 441 A. A. Covoy
263 C. D. Sparks. 316 J. W. Edmunds. 379 F. A. Babcock, Jr. 442 S. W. Morrison
264 T. R. Ellerbeek. 317 A. M. Anderson. 380 Mrs. F. L. Oswald. 443 A. D Moffatt
265 E. Chrlatensen. 318 II. T. Badger. 381 A. H. Crabbe. 444 Harold P Fnhlan
266 J. E. Clinton. 319 E. H. Alris. 382 Dr. C. M. Benedict. 445 Johnson & Place
I 267 Mrs. G. T. Odell. 320 M. II. Walker. 383 Wm. S. Morse. 44G John C SharD
258 Stowe & Palmer. 321 Frank M. Wilson. 384 Seeing Salt Lake Cars. 447 It. D Condon
269 Walter It. Andrew. 322 Henry Newell. 385 Seeing Salt Lake Cars. 448 C. W Mldelev
260 Ellis C. Freed. 323 A. P. Jones. 386 Dr. C. F. Wilcox. 449 Hobef J Grant
261 Jos. J. Cannon. . 324 H. P. Larson. 387 It. Kletttng. 450 H. C Edwards '
262 A. O. Whitmore. 325 Dr. S. II. Plnkerton. 388 Jas. Rogers. 451 Dr. Geo. E. Robison
263 S. S. Pond. 326 L. A. Mehesy. 389 Samuel Mclntyre, Jr. 452 C. S Whitney
264 W. II. Carter. 327 A. C. Ure. .90 E. G. Gowans. 453 Edward B Jones 1
266 John Strlngham. 328 H. C. Edwards. 391 O. A. Honnold. 454 Geo. D Carter
266 N. Q. Strlngham. 329 W. M. Ferry. 392 Dcseret Farmer Pub. Co. 455 A. H. Freshwa'ter
267 E. R. Wheaton. 330 Wasatch Auto Co. 393 Van D. Spalding. 456 Andrew Howatt. '
268 W. T. Pyper. 331 A. Runstedt. 394 Eliza Hegney. 457 J. D. Murdoch.
269 L. L. Savage. 332 C. W. Dansle. 395 C. F. Pinkerton. 458 Bert Bailey.
270 White-Savage Auto Co. 333 E. W. Druce. J96 H. R. Ellis. 469 W. J. Halloran
271 Van D. Spalding. 334 E. W. Clark. 397 Salt Lake Auto Co. 460 A. J. Brewer. Tl
m 272 O. J. Salisbury, Jr. 335 C. S. Ruffnor. 398 C. F. Bray. 461 Dr. A. C. Wherry.
H 273 Tom Botterill Auto Co. 336 S. Birch. 399 L. B. McCornlck. 462 Dr. A. C Wherry.
M 274 Wm. Broadbent 337 B. F. Grant. 400 B. F. Bauer. 463 Fred Knowlden.
m 276 L. L. Terry. 338 C. W. Reese. 401 J. N. Hicks. 464 Dr. G. F. Harding.
m 276 T. R. Woodbridge. 339 Dr. J. C. Landenborger. 402 J. W. Silver. 465 E. R. South.
m 277 C. A. Moulson. 340 W. F. Armstrong. 403 C. B. Clow. 466 J. B. Risque. a
M 278 Elmer B. Jones. 341 Lytleton Price. 404 C. E. Osterloh. 467 Healy & Van Noys.
M 279 W. II. Reed. 342 J. C. Cllmo. 405 C. W. Mount. 468 L. A. Evans.
m 280 E. S. Forry. 343 Dr. R. R. Brownfield. 406 A. Bradford. 469 Jos. WIrthlin.
M 281 Theo. Nystrom. 344 Carl M. Sodaberg. 407 H. Vance Lane. 470 E. C. Largey.
m 282 Jos. Hlrshvogel. 346 Oscar L. Cox. 408 J. H. Brown. 471 J. A. Johnson.
M 283 Chas. A. Madsen. 346 Max Brown. 409 1. M. Hlgley. 472 John Schmlerer.
m 281 C. H. Griffin. 347 H. II. Clark. 410 E. R. Yankee. 473 Mrs. E. B. Critchlow.
M 285 Frank Knox. 348 J. H. Garrett. 411 A. J. Bruneau. 474 J. F. Critchlow.
M 286 L. E. Rlter, Jr. 349 Thos. Kearns. 412 Lorenzo Hansen. 475 Jos. H. Mays.
M 287 H. C. Hoffman. 350 Dr. W. F. Beer. 413 W. R. Hutchinson. 476 Wm. Langtc
m 288 A. E. Hyde. 361 J. F. Judge. 414 E. D. Hammond. 477 A. H. Cowl
m 289 A. W. Knudson. 352 Frank Howard. 416 H. A. Luff. 478 Auto Exchange.
m 290 W. N. Williams. 353 A. H. Walsh. 416 F. H. Raley. 479 E. L. Davis.
m 291 O. W. Powers. 354 Df. I. S. Kirkwood. 417 Mrs. Emanuel Kahn. 480 J. Y. Smith.
m 292 Dr. W. S. Ellerbeek. 365 W. S. Fernald. 418 C. J. Hlgson. 481 H. T, Covey.
m 293 John Brooks. 356 Harry Hague. 419 F. S. Murphy. 482 J. A. Groesbeck. 1
H 294 L. J. Eldred. 357 J. J. Brocacher. 420 Frank J. Wescott. 483 S. J. Lynn. Jfcr
H 295 A. 3. Home. 358 Ben Hartwlck. 421 James Brossott. 484 J. P. Keith '-
H 296 John C. Daly. 359 E. W. Whitney. 422 Dr. J. Lane. 485 R. J. Evnns
w 297 Thompson-Starrett Co. 360 Henry Schepers. 423 "W. J. Poulton. 486 E. B. Heagren
H 298 T. J. Armstrong. 361 J. G. McDonald Candy Co. 424 J. J. Chapman. 487 Geo. Y. Wallace
m 299 B. X. Smith. 362 Dr. W. Benjamin. 425 Phil Edmlnster. 488 E. M. Sweet
H 300 Mrs. Grace Bransford. 363 Grant Hampton. 426 Gus Holmes. 489 S. A. Whitney
H 301 R. McKenzle. 364 Dr. E. E. Wilcox. 427 C. W. Saxman. 490 Lloyd Slgler
m 302 F. J. Silver. 365 Fairbanks, Morse Co. 428 B. J. Hartwell.
H 303 II. N. Mayo. 366 J. E. Christie. 429 Geo. H. Raybould.