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jPTO SHOW CLOSES.
-OST: SALES REPORTED. Yore ik an SALES REPORTED. ./prf r : :• * \^<XX? Persons Inspected the Exhibits. — , jjrenth annual show of the Automobile Club **ilerl» ear:;* to a successful close at the Grand .~i] **P*J*c« las • BlglK, The crowfl was large c '^" was aaly aritb V.<-> r.tmoet dlfßculty that one L oCT# about the l<'in*. Every one seemed t* la • n a PPr frame of mind. The salesmen, W -'eased with the pood business done since the "^r'epesed a avail affix and the visitors never 5 of inspecting the treat numbers of cars and ZL^edm on exhibition. f^ t re mr« few cars which did not bear "sold" lea w* ro t! * ban(S played "Home. Sweet Home." *j_lej, announced to the late 6taycrs that the last "orrßßitT at seeing the machines in the Gran* r^-^tl PaJace »how had come to an end. Hardly j^j'the doers been shut la the public when a force «f B ea began taking isam the decorations and -f-*rin« to ship the aaaddhaa from the building-. trorJc tr!3 continue to-day. gggael M. B'-tler. the secretary of the club, was ,m reciplea* "' a«B»s»B«i congrstulatlons. It was thrr-uirh Mr. Butler's untiring work and tjjrt* that the show met with such success. More tiaa oae hundred thousand persona peesed jtjouth the doors during the sever days of the ex taj-ica. The majority of these were residents of a** York !a W "w*r Interested In the automobile i^tr. * rrale joint of view, but the fact remains tilt a larre volume af business was done by ex v£.iors. Buyers and a*e,r.r* from far away points ««stKd Jfew "^ork ar.d new acq-^alntances w«r« j^-jnei and rew accounts opened. * isether chow. fcr the Utfex part of 3807, la an trjseefl by t. v .c Automobile Club of America, at rach thi s*.T:e open policy la vogue In the past will hi continued, ilar.ufacturers of vehicles and leeassorle* from all parts of the world will be free :uE*i« displays without restriction, the club tak :zt ti.. the bJEJness risk and dividing whatever -Kits accrue with the exhibitors, In pursuance of a. er!?ir.»l idea whaa the Industry was in its ln- Urcy. These profits will be larger this year than rrer before, and the manufacturers will have done • »o»- wtitfTtnry business at a minimum ex yaoa*. The large Bear eyaee at the- Grand Central pil*o» *'"- th* clever firrangement of alsleways also proved satief actorv. ia that the great number cf visitors were enabled at most times to view the *iow with comparative comfort. a z*r- an in aeronautics -was established by the itro Cub exhibit of balloons, airships and para aserr.a-:t- This remarkable display attracted aero ,x»sScsJ vxOorttieM from all parts of the world, and iWSterchar.ge cf ideas followed that should prove %» vast bene£t to aerial navigation. fin • visit to various exhibitors at random through ■ tie aftew yesterday expressions of approval were 'beiri to all branches of the Industry. The follow 'tf short tnt»rrlews speak for themselves: C J. Bradley, of the Diamond tires: Tt« ttovr has been the most *ueeessful ever held from a business ft&r.dpolnt. because It has been a rafie show with a. B'.rong representation of dealers froic ail parts of U»e country. 'While there have hw mary Individual customers at our booth there tv teen a etrorger trade element than ever before. Gsaersl Bagat of Byrne & Kingston, maau izcßztrs of carburetters: llt If tie best chow we ever attended. The early ■aow l» the :..- .g v - E. E. Rice, representative, of the Nordyke & ■ant'-. Compary. makers of the Harmon car: ,' Tte chow ha* been especially successful from our ff^rt cf v:etr. • < cave closed several good «e=st«. besides contracting for a number of In £" i ' i^i v °racrs for early delivery. Our Boston. ft2afie!r»:a. PlttßbOTg; Baltimore, Slnghamton and £a±«s:er ager.rs. who have been In attendance at °* tiiow. rave t!«o done a very satisfactory bu«l utt Eros their terr.tory. ' Jamas Couxens, sales manager »f the Ford Motor Ccsjary: It 18 a fret: (how. Our business has teen tr# »«<i:>u«. -- fact. !t M been the biggest busl- Mcs *• fcfcv. ever lone at an automobile show. TVe ♦*■.- so; 4 core than two hundred runabouts it reta^, »r. the s&>s of our events will brin^ t£u sp »t. total of rive hundred. Th eix-cylla it"*,***' s* :h ?• &* v# not '"feed, has also met l».':i • ready Hue. We disposed of six of them in IP **• T. B. V*-«-»- -• the Iniian motor cycle: Tb« BLliwl cf our factory Is only forty-five hun ted c-.arr.lr.es r? to Thursday night w« had sold *J*- teer - hnafired cycles, exclusive of the trade «erj we r.sul prerioasly contracted for. I R. C Bamchaw, peneral tales manager for ft W. •*: 4 Co., makers cf the Baa car: » waa cr.!y haK fn!sh«*i we had Sr? f:rhf-».| "' '-* year. We have sold ?",• er r <^:ivery -■ points es far as South J±";. - - Our a*er.ts In g 11 *?, dttesv nen as Jersey City sad Newark. #}* also ha* a remarkable trade. The output of KL?S"LJ? entirely taken, and we have been °-- £ « " from a number of whole ]K-«n because «■« cc^ld not deliver th« care. E. SOUer. cf Charles E. Miller & Co.. tCllTiLfiaucis and events of automobile aeces- #v beJeve that -t.e time of rear Is responsible for i»y woeaerfnl amount of business done at this imw. -w* hame cone more real business, closed -cm contracts ar.d taker, more bona fide orders j-*~ ever before. P;:rcr.esing agents and dealers •naa a., over tLe Vnlted States have called on us. i °"" Cay -v* »r>.d order* to dealerf from such »'* , *■? f' r :r:p »is Ran Fra:;"isco. N>w Orleans ia " fcsr " V! '' c - c are Totting several new r T , ■■■• n-.fi.rket. ar.d had arranged for w aar.ufacture of what we !>en>ved was & sufll 'ra 1-ar.f.ty Slice the show opened we have f*»n forced to buy new machinery and increase e '^" output. ' srl Pr;r». N^w York manager Bar the White •'.<E.T.*r. V* !.*.*.<! boM r.»ar!y e'g-hty cars In New York ;;'' r * 6^* r * ;s«t Karurdar right, among our etia goes being H. H. Borers, It M. Flagl«r. Thomas "■Uww. at-.d Dow. Smith. These sales do not tx"-** numerous orders tnk^n by our out-of-town ■ JSyder & Co. American agents for the French *sr» car: y* be:ie\-^ thai the early date of this show had fi'; 5 . 10 do with the very satisfactory business «*t has fallen our way. While it lias b«ea dlf •jwatte *r-t torelrn models) at thl's time. I believe £*-~setur«-s on the ether sjiie of the water will vvj:;*' " Uu « " f n»»ito* early exhibits and will t; in-'t" 7 lr , •'.■ irf "' 1 owct rear. we have been asked ♦4,"" 1 *■ . : o:. 2J 1 - 3<«-liori>er>ow«r cabs for a new *^"-/'f liit: " :i '-'-— I'!iny. v.-hich we are satisfied we KM > ;> ' ' :tJ no opportunity to compete for had i- not b-^-zi t r this show. ■*- B Jiferkr..ar.. of the Maxwell-Briscoe Motor to.f!r*r 8 - TR ' or tlrr.ost all cf our output were closed tov.'ri r " °,r, r " r ' r "*" l»urir.s- this thow we could hay« abk t/" 1 ■•',' '" :?an d more csrs to agents than we are j « to cclivf-r. 1907 POPE-TOLEDO ARRIVES. *** Tyje XV £O-Horsepower Touring Car •■fly Admire, by Automobile Experts. Ift"****" 1 no " importanr happening this week in co wi e rjr->? will bo t.,* arrival to-day of the C .' • XV 60-ttorsepoirer Pope-To!edo touring rT*!™ TO model. *t the Mew York headquarters «/_"* A. <;. Bouthworth Company, at So. 1733 £si*<Jisay. A-jtoraoi'ile experts who have seen the reps-Xoledo are unanimous In agreeing that I**,,"!'** 1-4Lfc s '° e-s'^re -s'^ r! '- | r fur power, reliability and ■StT unonc tii« motor cars of to-day. •*o Air.erir;, n manufacturer has ever even at- to j,-. !.;. o an automobile the material. & 'u» B *** 1 : *h and workmanship embodied jttj jyp, xv Ett-borsepowT Pope-Toledo. This t*» chrome r.Kkel steel construction and gen- E^°y an * wa Deotsa** Waffen Fabrlk tie-annus, f« trT* 1 d!Jr '^ r * :or:e - throughout; four speed telect- I^^HlliliaJoni multij/.e disk m«t*i clutch, run »,,r* !n oil t:pv. t caße K-inch wheels; wheel cat e>, motor is four cylinder, copper jacketed, with t^k^'J' fj r" l raTe'l valves, located in cylinder *t a tr<l ' "*' cr ** l><l fc 3' double action walking beam. *«1«t« 1 «tT Si '" ° : * "'"* " f ran:s an<l PP u * h rods; three t;^ arir X cnroTie r.lrkei steel crank shaft, run i2j^«e2U!r.e lnip.,::»-d Deutsche Waflaa Kabrtk * r! *«B I l i '* to*9 f-VBik by hißh tension, gear JW^hZT* 33 * 1 ": gravity f«-«-d from dash; axles one *ttji r«f' ißl< ' lil '-k».-l k*.<-»-1 1-team section: steel body. "•SWr-T.'"'? r '' li " •'•'-•'"•- M-atlnn s«v»n aduits; &i tu'r^L tlOg(i ' f »»«»* d» sign. Kxtra. large flaj- *%!!,,' °t th<6^ (^rF will be turned out by the tr l(irt~? rj ' tRJ " 3'*«r. no the advantage of get ***■ to?/ et °«'* »« ar*«* Early deliveries AaZ!^ Tl! " J*" 7 !■■ .p*--T<.|«-d«. carrlMt a full *«.« jlr? T I,' > ni tl.t? A. G Houthworth '"ompany for . f^« Th« j,::r«, # complete. !» $4 2i'/. * Hiteh eao a. A. U. commissioner. **^uT' t 3tm ** X - Sullivan of the Metropolitan hh^y*!" " the Amateur Athletic I'nlon ai>- L>*st4!r.' ry e - VVhltehead. of Port Chester. N. t^Um Aril * -Bi«SMr to represent the reg -l *« c* S- mln#^ of the association in the ter- w «tchfsttr County and Fairfleld County. 'Automobiles. Power SO-60 Price $4,750 Its Car De That Its JVame Implies A Speedy Car A Powerful Ca^r A Luxurious Car A Car of Quality That patented rear axle system, combination I-Beam Solid rear axle and floating shaft drive; all the weight of the load on the I-Beam Axle: all the ad ■■■iS?" oi doubl « chain and shaft drive. A new patented feature, and used only on The Car do Luxe, Chrome Nickel Steel constructions throughout; even the chassis frame is made of this material. Thirty-five genuine imported Deutsche Waffen Fabrik ( Hess-Brieht) Bearings r Ca^k -r ar ! an ,' n di ? P uta . evidence of quality in this respect and throughout The Car de Luxe this same high standard of excellence has been followed with precision. After all. it's only the thoroughly high grade car that is really worth while. THE MOTOR. SALES CO. Officea, 502 Astor Theatre Building ELMER DWIGGINS, Manager. pMATHESON— j I ANNOUNCEMENT I A cordial invitation is extended to the PUBLIC and the TRADE to inspect our 1907 CHASSIS at the salesrooms. 1907 CHASSIS. LICENSED UNDER SELDEN PATENT. The Matheson Corpiny of New York, I Tbl. 4876 Goiumbus. 1619-1521 Broadway. 1 ND GOGGLES. GASOLENE 1 Neics and Notes from Domain of Magneto and Carbureter. The Matheeon yellow and black runabout, win ner cf the Long Beach races, driven by Ralph Monglnl. has been sold to R. G. Kelsey. Mr Kel aey has purchased this semi-raring car to maka a special run from New York to Chicago, return ing by way of Detroit. "With his mechanic and timer he will start on December 16 to make tni3 run, to demonstrate and test the qualities of the Matheson car. Irrespective of weather conditions this run will be carried out on schedule tim«. Daily bulletins will be received at the Mitheso* headquarters in New York • ity, givirg detailed ac counts of, the weather conditions, roads, etc. The preliminary exhibition of the automobiles for IMC has served to excite the Interest and whet the appetite for the display that is promised in Kadi- Bon Square Garden for the January show. Every incoming eteamer brings to the American ntrenta designs and models. Wyckoff. Church & Partridge. Importers of foreign cars and apent* for American automobiles, have received their first conslznmer.t of the 190T C. G. V. They are practically the flrgt of this type to reach America, and their construc tion Includes several marked Improvements over previous models. George C John, general sales manager for the St Louis Oar Company, will start for home to-morrow to place on the market in the near future a specially constructed motor, to he used on rail roads throughout th« West. The demand for the American Mors form of construction Is large, and In consequence it is paceasary for Mr. John to leave town at this early date. Many orders have teen placed for the thrf-e models which at present TYPE XV. JWTTORPEPOWER, I^7 MODEL TOPE TOLEDO TOT'RING TAR. are made exclusively. The old Wlnton quarters, at. No. 1706 to 1711 -Broadway, will be occupied by the fit. I»uls Car. American More, early In the wet- k. A large variety of limousines, landoletfl and tourlnc: cars will b« on exhibition. A n«w han*om U expected 10 arrive within a few Ua\s. It ha* been said of th. Car d* J.uxe that: "Its construction throughout la a rare combination nf thosa features which usage end successful opera tion have made standard in anti mobile desltni, with * :.l'.-h have been Incorporated many of the more modern method* and devices." The prlre of tills new entrant into the motoring field la %\Tm. It ia substantially a car of quality In it-* entlra,make up. Then there is also in the far «i« I.uxe an evi dence of refinement in the ■election of materials, and it would not be a <tr •■- of one's Imagination to employ the word ""retln^nvsit" in this particular connection For example, the generosity with which chrome nickel ste*l hat l>e»-n employed In the Car de Luxe is shown In the crank shaft, walk ing beams, connecting rods. ant transmission. propeller shafts, front ami i.at soilii I -beam axl«-s and pivot axles. Andrew Carnegie, who pis - the first order for a WestltiKhouse 8* horsepower machine, at the Grand Central Palace on December 1. stales his reason for so doing. He Bays: "My interest la motor cars has always been very great, but not until I saw the r-markab> chassis which was on t-xhibltlon the day that 1 visited the show did I realise 10 what perfection a motor car •.. .i,. t.« con structed. There •••> no comparison in my mind l.e tween thin chassis and motor so far as I have s .-^a various kinds that are up to date, which &r>- on tß€ market." Prospective purchasers of motor ears ->.^k all sorts of questions, which In many Instances ••■ Indica tive of careful thought. For Instance, a few days ■Co ■ wMaawaln observer visited the plant of the Electric Vehicle Company, where he closely witched the various operations peoaaaary to produce th« Columbia being particularly interej-tfri in engine assembly' it «o h«ij>i»-n«-'l that the vUit.ir encoun tered Enitneer Maxim in the assembly department arid belli* well acquainted wit), hif. asked: "Maxim why do you |>!"'«* 'l! the \ai»s on the same »id« of til* engine' "Becauße," wns the reply, ■a tSects simpler caoatnicuun; all th* valves being t r NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1906. Automobiles. Carries Seven Luxe operated on 01 a cam. shaft the cylinder castings can be made lighter and the valves ara readily ac cessible." "Well." ventured the visitor, "why do you use an I beam front axle?" "Because it is the best and strongest type adapted to automobile con struction, capable of withstanding the tremendous strains to which all motor cars are at times sub jected." Th« New York branch of the Corbtn Motor Ve hicle Corporation reports th« recent sale of a Cor bin touring car to Solomon Hanford, a New Tors: lawyor, who i= a member of the Lakewood winter colony and will use. hi? car considerably this winter as a means of conveyance there. W. E. Scarrltt, a New Jersey automobllist who Is well acquainted with Mr. Hanford, recently enjoyed a ride with the latter in Tils new car and expressed himself much pleased with It. Then '= betas prepared at th« factory of the Rioyal Motor Car Company at Cleveland. Ohio, one of the finest exhibits that has ever been shown In this cour.try, either of domestic or foreign cars. Much care la betna; taken with these cars. They will be exhibited at the Madison Square automobile show D January. There are new mechanical de velopments which the company promises will open the eyes of the trade The maenificenUy appointed salesrooms of Wy.-k.off, Church & Partridge are dotted with the latest products of the Steams factory, C. G. V.'s and other cars this company carries, they being a^F^mbled for th<; national exhibit to be held in January at Madison Square Garden. One of the moat successful exhibitors at the Automobile Club show, which closed last night, was the. Crawford Automobile Company, of Haters town, Md. Twenty-five cars were sold outright, and orders wen received for fifty more. As the total output of the factory for IW7 will b«> only two hundred cars, th* number erf agencies was suf ficiently restricted to permit each representative. a liberal number of cars, and this generous policy resulted in sharp competition between a number of vlsitlnp agenta who ware anxious to represent ••! eompanj Until recentlj tiiis com pany b • classed with th« foremost m t >r Lnufactorera, hut from present Indications It will - , - the same prominent position in • ;•■ automobile world that it held In th<* .ii«l bicycle aa manufacturer of the famous rrawroni The Dragon company announces the following gaJea made during the last three days of the show. Tourliiß r i ; sto Zack Miller, of the Prudential XAt*, Insurance Company; to W. K. WaddaD. of the New York Vita* and to <'lirTf>r.l Parker, a nephew of ex-Judge Alton B, Parker; runabouts t< <; B Gorham. of Brids»-porf, « 'onn . and to egei oi New York. Mlaa • 'lara • ■ prlma donna of the "Blue Moon" com : ■■ uiie of the new I>r;igon run- I . Kelsey. snlfs mnnrfr of the Maxwell- M ii •;■ Con ; my. eajied yesterday for Eu rope • unship Bt. I'aul. ilr. Kelsey will ■ the Paris show and wii: rtatt a number of - ..ii He will return about the first of Mr Kelse; waa accompanied by Lucius Tyler, of Boston. A <julPt but none the lean noticeable exhibit at the Grand Central Palace show was made by the York Motor Car Company, of York. I'enn.. which showed its new models In three types at the Pullman booth. •Hip (lirc-t manacement of the exhibit was Intrusted to tli»- Bouton Motor t-ompany, the Eastara dls trll uto ■ f->r the Pullman concern. A recent sale made by Archer & Co., American agents for the id kiss car. was a six-cylinder cur to the liank<*r. E. Russell Thomas, who recently In the Vanderbllt ra.-« by Elliott F. Bbepard. The «„ »i,» Vnnr'riMlt nice by Elliot F. Bnapard. Th« o^tKnow beta, built by Br«w.ter. This bodY llaaa top tor th« rear seats, which can be ex tended ,.,.• th< front .Vats of the car. It is .'",.., ,i. novil type. Another sale by Archer & re w, ?ni 'a ?f ' r-ryllnder touring ear. to .William RrewMer? the carriage tinker, for delivery in Parin. A notable booth &' th*> recent show wa» that of the E. H. V. Company, of Mlddletown, Conn., which 'Automobiles. For Lovers of LCixOry--Tl)€ Mark XLIX 6asol<i)t Car. The Most Easily Managed, Most Dependable, £ a ■■• f\r\ Most Comfortable High Powered Car Built— %p4dU\J rIS 1907 model Columbia has just arrived — it is ready now for your most searching examination. it is our 40-45 H. P. Touring Car. seating seven pas sengers, all facing forward. It has a larger, handsomer body than former models, the body resting on full elliptic springs at the rear and half elliptic in front. While it is a roomy, powerful, luxurious car in every sense, with a wheel base of 117 inches — it is so responsive, so entirely free from all unwieldiness. that it will be a rev elation to you in simplicity of operation. Here are a few points that should invite your investi gation: NEW DOUBLE CARBURETOR, two in one. fur nishes proper mixture for high or low speed automatically. ELECTRIC VEHICLE COMPANY, H *SET SEW YORK BRANCH: 134-136-138 West 39th Street. We shall exhibit at Madison Square Garden Jan. 12th to 19th. and at the Coliseum, Chicago. Feb 3d to gth, 1507. Winner of the V anderbilt Cup Races of 1905 and 1906. Leads the World in SPEED SAFETY SIMPLICITY Darrarq & (ie sell more automobiles than any other manufacturer In th« world. There's a reason. They produce a flrat Gam machine at a fair profit on each sale and rely on the good will of their patrons to multiply the sales. Their policy baa had wni.in— ■. Their prices compare favorably with all other foreign cars. And you must loot to foreign cars for the ESSENTIALS that niato aataaie biting a Joy. Tlie Darracq lias defeated aB water cooled rars In two gallon efflotency test— THAT'S ECON MY I: to- tte ona mlncrta CBtai at Orraond Bearb. Florida, .'it the rate of 122 miles an hour, breaking all world's records — THAT'S SE'EED. It wt)z tha VacdartCt Cup rai^s of 1906 and 1906— THATS RELIABILITY. The same genius and skill that created these perfect mechanisms ha«» developed the Ideal Chassis for tovrtng cars uid "am sines, surpassing all pr«oedent9 for nolselessness, comfort, economy and reliability. DARRACQ MOTOR CAR CO., 1959 Broadway. v o « York, between 67th and CSth Streets. 1959 Broadway, I\e W YOrtC, Ucensed importers Under Selden Patent. makes the Compound car*. One of its cars, driven by D. P. Graham, made a notable record as an offi cial cur. in the recant New York Motor Club econ omy test and was caught hi a blizzard in the Berkshire Hills. The company make a feature of the new six-cylinder O-noraepower Compound, seating 1 seven people, which Is a distinct departure from any model heretofore made. AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY'S NEW HOME. The new home of the Auto Supply Company, at No. i:.ti to 1T37 Broadway, is without doubt the most showy headquarters for supplies, apparel and accessories In New York. The Auto Supply Com pany, at the head of which is John Lurie. did business for four years at No. 1662 Broadway, and by its square deal policy built up a large and ever Increasing clientele. Mr. Uorla*a careful attention to the wants of motorists and his reputation for Belling only high class goods have made his store the most popular on "Automobile Row." The new home of the Auto Supply Company In 1 '. i lea a huge salesroom on the ground floor and a spae« exactly double the size en the second floor. The furnishings are in mission oak. and the new showcases are exceptionally attractive. a plot ureaqua stairway, flanked by two large, red. Incan descent globes, which are always lighted, leads the way to the second floor. Richness and tip-to datenesa mark all the fixtures of the now estab lishment. On the main floor will be found a full and com- I>!--td line of automobile accessories and general supplies. The 'whole of the second floor la devoted to an extensive display of automobile clothing- H-r« the. motorist will find a larger assortment to choose from than In any other supply store In the city. So complete hi the stock, indeed, that Mr. Lurte is off.-ring ii premium to any pntron Wishing to buy something pertaining to a motor car whteu cannot be found in his store. The Auto Supply Company has always catered to an exclusive line of customers, and Mr. Lurte will take pleasure in showing old and new patrons through his new store. No supply house in the i nlted States has before branched out co widely as has the Auto Supply Company in its new unJertak 1"*. and patrons are sure to reap a large reward I from Mr. Lurle'a new venture, * I "Automobiles. CHROME NICKEL STEEL CRANK SHAFT, not X forged, but cut from a solid block, each shaft rapre ng over three weeks' work of man and machinery. CHANGE GEAR SYSTEM, selective interloddnj type. WHEELS. 36 inches. 4 inch front and 4 x-a inch rear. FOUR SPEEDS, forward and reverse. A Demonstration will prove that it is the car you want, because you will find it more comfortable thar. ar.v ,:her. more easily oper ated, more adaptable to all purposes, more perfectly equipped, and. in short. '"the car for lovers of luxury. Our telephone number is 4090-38 th Street The Victorious In Endurance Among the Best — The First in Speed. EVERYTHING for the OWNER, CH&UFfEUB and AUTOMOBILE To accommodate a larger and increasing business we have moved tc 1 733-35-37 Broadway. Our new establishment is foremost in size and facilitiei. Our stock of the best quality supplies, auto apparel and tools is unequalled by any other supply house in the United States. A call and comparison will convince you that our unique esfhliihinmt is positively in a class by itself. The quality and variety of the goods we are show ing will interest you, our business methods will please you and our prices will 'Automobiles. 4 We have Imported «ni re«4y tor rmmedW* delivery One 82 h. p. L1r5005ine...........^.. $7,500 One 82 h. p. Landanlt-t ...... — ..~.57,00Q Three 82 h. p. Tonrtof Cars.,.. «■• — $6,000 Four 20 h. p. Tonring Cars....—,*«..s3 t 750 Luxuriously appointed bodies by tte baat r^*i-""i «f E-z:-,- and America, <TH