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TO OPEN IN WEST
Lgx City and Tacoma to
Hold Initial Races
4R?E CASH PRIZES
4 LIRE FOR DRIVERS
jjjjts Shorter than Indianap?
olis, but Higher Speed Aver
age Is Looked For.
? i (East ispital has thus tel
_L ?pd ?tforti ?re being Mad? I pi -
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t motoriirorv??? foi
?ft ttif '*
^-rt'n itcsr fi *-""ltJ ? lows
IT* ? ' "
zL hi<- ?vataai t??.
?? ijotordrome In ? i. and the
1 that H i? en'y !a'f a rni'*' shorter
-eeking ope?*- con
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I speedway ?\ ?th
hm th-e v ? * A seocla
race a bo a
, _ts "E
^? p,- . minimum weight of
,. I tilth. I
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? rate is to I" the
?***tad? 3 f
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C__ th? ?J'-re tors ?
dttoa with ?comparai ttl? difficulty
grantee fund a
e on th? new
1 J-: y U
tad '.5. Th? I - "
?as sad ' - ' es in imjth.
Mit with a concret? baa? and an as
? - ? n-1
no ibilca win
i'.m ?ait aclng li ?ate toi
?tant and gfiural managt?
?a 1 have tull
cfeute ?td lb? "
ih will I
? De tne
The firs: ds '
sn add '
o\ ptjsm s
BOSCH OFFERS PRIZES
Expects to Distribute $1.300
Arnon** Speedway Race Drivers.
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NEW CARS IN BIG RACI
Metropol and Stafford Namei
for Long Speedway Grind.
lataSgapoMa. \pr\\ If The entriez a
t'vo tm>re s ara hu? e t>eeti res-elved for t,i
tsevt Indtanapohs .-i"t'-tii,le tare a Ils
SOI, to he pilule?! l?y To* lloran, e ??
wbtla Of AraptoS and t."Zier fame, uni
Malgfd, t?> l?e hunillesj hy Jease. i'alli
??an fg??art) m. i ani-ian la Louis Dia
? M trapo) is noaiMgissf d
New Torfe cit) corporatlofl t>f that m i
while the Ht?iffor?) h.sa tue hasklna ?
COUpI? <?' t>rlVStS n^ne-a in Kansas ''i!>
The tut.s! n, d lo sime ambraess tarant)
four tato atvl , - - sis follisca '
aaaa ?Buraaaa an?i sana other, S'utz. OW
MM, Cooper .in?! Anderson. Qraj l-'i'\
^^ ' ?i; Hra\e- BullOt, keene. reut:.'?'.
\. Hs.uiot ?n?i Duray; Bunboam
Qraai -? . nagns; ?ieiaae. <;u>ot ans
T?r? n - ttS - l'hrlstlaens. King
K.i?u Mei . - ? .. Palana ans? tfsjlf ,,
.Me- e: Wiahat. PullBB and H'aKs* Mh
mon. Dawaoa Stafford, CaHaliaa, ans
Ms d. Horan.
In Bdditloa tlio-e aie rxpe<--e<! Ihr -s
Ifaxarslla, titre? slsasotts, t%??> Isotl
Kssl sa, another Maim?n, handlad
W Ibui i ??? Usns, of Los Anceifs, ? ?-.
?.'ase cars, s pilratCly entered Voy, l
let Ht-'l a coupla Of OthOFS BjO! ClSIl
i if naiaos.
OVERLAND BAND TO TOUF
Next Journey Will Carry Or
ganization Into Texas.
The Ovsrland Baad, made up of Mts
clana fi*om the planl of the Willys
overland Company, of Tolsdo, Ohio, ,i
|0 ha\e another tour, Finr.li.r t<> the on?
they took two yean ago, a? gu**ti
ihn S, Willys, prsaldsnt of ths
The nusi?CsanS, all roerultsd from
var. nta of the Mg automobili
ry, will accompany the TolsatS
? fifth annual eonvontioa
of the International Association of Rotari
h la to ie held in Houston,
during ths wi * of Juna ft,
s ? principsl cities st ths lv-ne
Star State v. Ill ill I, and th?
will | ts In the public park?
ai arel! ;<?< In a dosen or more
cities ei roul to and from Houi I
In the Bummer of Ulf the hand made
p from To to ths i i
and return, playing fres 01 erta in
twenl st l principsl sities. They
travelled i ??? miles and
l for nearly 500 ? ? pi opls on the
WILL NOT HANDLE LEWIS
P. C. K. Company Fears Re?
stricted Output This Season.
Dus to the I ? I. P C
? Com pan; ...
?.'?wla ' Bis cars de?
: iten repi ass
? Isrk A Kerrigan, the latter
it will not handle
?? production la to be ?? i
that the ears will i"? dlsti but?ed widely
entre for the new ,-AV \\ \_\
: v, w York a 111 l?e rep
? w " ,ld : e
f ths tor us to hsndls the
nrnr ? . ? ?? E. 8. Pari
v.. urne of sale.? in
^ on ers th? aerrii e
to ?>e plas-eri In 'us
g pi aes t e
- .-I Thi-iefo-e. we ?
Use F'rem:er-\\ \
',. -_t present at least. ?.\e
??? Lewli find
J M ?
A SPEEDY FIRE TRUCK
Forty Miles Average by Ma?
chine to Reach Texas Blaze.
}']? e flghtir.i g i ravolu
< spi nratus snd
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. -. ?? da It ss etna
like]-. - m will booi ?" sban*
tuse of coi
also d ? n ?h the posslbls
time i undo
trnsrlllo, Ti ( tlj pros
service "\ firs 1
laala and car
?.. ' het',is 1?
... ounda 'i ad?
_ rei ft ? ' ' '? ormal
er(. ...,.,., of tws ? res
thirty ont min*
? : as wars done its
. .-ipe ?*,'?f''*"i sraa
I hour. The run ? ?? I
*? r,v*r country road*, over hlUl
..,'., ? ? ?. ?,
Ten Times Around
That's the distance two Marmon
cars have completed in every day ser
, making wonderful records for
time and maintenance economy.
m unusual rrc.ro for thr Marmon merely
?mod oi the thin-*?, wf rxprrt of c\,r> Mar?
ty? tar. ?r.o.v vou why rvrry Marmon rar H
Cdf.A-1? o4 nd?at i-acodi real reaaanc, ?bon* out
by a' Itt-J ?l'-monvr-tion.
Ocbct rarw/?/m ?vaina rvrry Marmon |>m*M it.
. rer?rr\% r,\ otters ?Manaoa tors,
tot .' senses*, nsi nlitlad,
M -i in larrioa**, ii >?"??'?? ?'"
The Marmon-New York Co., Inc.
^^^H _A Factory Brtnch
1855 Broadway at Sixty-fir?! Street.
^^WnFTiili liai iip Hm?^ phnul-,ga-g
For Spring Motoring Try
a One-Day Jersey Tour
Route Outlined Leada Over
Good Roads and Through
a Delightful Coun?
With the roafls drying oui and a fair
probability tt ?good weather in sight, nio
tOfiat? are bogtanlng to long f??r more ex
treaded trip? than a turn ?round :he ? ity.
Herewith is outlined a ?leliRht'ul one
day tour In Now Jersey, ari.-iiiKod l?y the
Riireau of Tours of the JUlto-?sObllS CHb
of Amelia The d^tun?-* I? ,i?it g-eAt
and good roads Will he found throughout:
Take the itd f;t ferry t<? tToBhawhan.
th-n-e up ?m? hill ami i>.\ ?way ?'f M "t
;<? the Hudeon fount.? Boulevard Herp
turn t?> the loft for n hair mile. then, at
the trolle] eraeelng, t'irn to the rlghl Into
Uardnet st. after ? hieb War i< ft an?i
rross the trolley Into the BOeatH M Road
Th.s Is th>- l?,gmn?ng of what I? >?",?
monlj ??ailed in? Peterson ?Plank Road
which follow to Paaeak itere turn to th?
left an.' go through Kit hfteld Into th? Val*
R< ad, ? ' -h follow to a ?mall hot? I
?a her,-, turn m th? light into firrat Notch
1'ond, a ?beautiful, win,lint- thoroughfare,
?i mi raises <;-e?.t Notch ;?' th?' st.-?ti??n.
on through Little Fail--, then by tray
..f Mountain View to Lincoln Payh,
The ?road now passe? into a Uli aotCtlofl
through Glen View, iiaaalng Hooh Moun?
tain to the oouth and on through Mont
Ville, Into M\rtle ???> , ?n BoOOton?
Throuftii this sertion many ?beautiful little
t??ns ha.e I?een hi? It In recent year?.
Turn to the left into Main st.. ? ros? a
%S n:?(l at "nee turn to the right and
? i?. lutiful tond will i?e found along tue
? ?i. ri- ? ?. i ? ? ? nf thi
Cobbe C?ornera to Parolppany Oosti
through cross-road? pnd r.'iiow- *.?<?'
m,un ?road through Mo rla Plalna t?> the
i ' now Mount Kimblc ci?? from this
? o? er a ?good 11 ncret? road to B?
i.ani-' re a n im road n in he
found l?eadlng to Bashing Ridge A very
ultra? Uve so? lion of th? country la pai ?d
folldwlng tha road thi
? ? . ? ? Hi Cits. New ''?
den? e and H to it ? it tl
l*>oinl I ivi and ?South O?
lead il? ? ?rang?. Thi n g'.
era3 of <'?n;i" ?j_, Harrison m. ,-?? ?l
?ai sve., running through Kaj-t 0
tO N ' ' ?
From Central ;?'( turn right mto Broa.l
md 'ual ?_eyond the station turn to ?the
left int?. ">';.,,?' f-; , which aiakea ? conneo?
tion by way of I'olk st. a?:,l Kerry st. with
th? _*ssex?Hudson Lincoln Highway, f' --
meriy calle ) Ute Hai k Road which is !n
This is the ideal car.
Perfect in detail and
the price is right.
Built by a company of
Thousands of these car-,
arc now in the. hands of
perfectly satisfied owners.
This was accomplished
without the aid of enor?
mously expensive advert?s
in*? campaigns. ^ ou pay for
IU4 h campaigns. Mr Buyer,
and you know it well.
We have watched this par
ticular ear like a hawk
and we know it well.
Its strength and ahi?ty
the wonderful qualities for
comfort- the completeness
in equipment and the
combined with th?* extreme
care used in the sej^rti'in
of materials has convinced
us that the "8I?" .Maxwell
is the "one csr" for th?
original and startling selling
plan we have inaugurated
Here, it is?
The idea is a- old as the
hills. Merchandise in all
forms from phonographs tn
orean liners has heen and is
being marketed daily in this
manner, but it remained
for the Holt-Chandler Co
to perfect this idea for
the benefit of the motorist.
Come in and see this
wonderful car and hear
Salesroom Open until 7 p. ***.
Diatribe-tors B'way A. B9th St.
toot] eonstUtloa to the Hudson Ountv
Boulevard. This latter afford? aeveral
?-.- le the rartoua New York Cltj
AID FOR THE ORPHANS
Contributions of Cash and Cars
Pouring in for Outing.
New York i it s BUtotnobllS trade, a?
?TSl ' , iials. are rallying to the
af tas t?nth annual orphans'
automobil? slay and outing-, to he Riven
uii'ler the sHSBJcsb of the orphans' Auto
ssasbl ?? ".: im ?'on of Nr? fork, to
sthOUSSnda Of llttk I matsa of New York
orphanages on Thursday. June 4 Entries
of . ? . Bj cash t ontrtbutionB
are piling up although the work has
or, ' > t? .
' ii a sSonneli, tressurar of the naaocl
Btion. n ' ? iowlnR conti ihutions
to dfst.' William Rruee-Hrown, tl'" I
M ? '..'. S A Miles. %_%-. the
e. r Ctoodfich Company, t-f?. the t_oco
moblls Compsi '? ol ?\m?**ri?cs, $'-". ?ieorjte
11. Hartford, 115; K Lascsiia W; trank
M. Bt? ? |W ? i. Harkness. ?10;
>?'. * Mus il Mutual P I
t.\ ? ii Ion, V ?, Mra M !? Steter t- v
.1 Mom,-,- . ? a Tilford, 15: risk
Rubbs ; * i m Hosrsrd ?.ilien
thal, ?.'? .lohn i Downsy. i Charlsa T
Root v. Misa Emll) O. Butler, 19 i: !..
IS; >\ug U1 V Lsmbert, B; H. M Hank-,
U. and ' Baker, tl
The followlni have pledged th? use of
one f,t more cara for the d.i locrtner
Motoi Cai fompanj ?'?. St itz M??t?)r ?ar
Compan (2) Reo Motoi Car ? ompany
ifi, Chalmera Motor Company of Sea
Ti '.i. Harmon New York Company,
M. Big? rill A Parker, T. M. Shoe?
maker, A Bteinfeld. H. Caldwell. H M.
Stevena, Pope Motor i si Coupany,
kiln Motor Car ( I b? ? 'rane
Edward M Tin''
Ti ici divli oi ' ??? si Danleli ? 'ompany
? ? - Transfei ? lompa nj,
? ? - si t '.'? stei ' 'ompan;. Mur*
tha a- s< hmol. ! ' an atid Es
'? F. Ca Wer ? Bon lise .
(Vichen ??. - International M"t?ir
? ompan* Packard Motor Car Company
of \s u- York, ? ' tral Brewing Company
ihs Diams Tii ? ? 'orapam < on
trlh'.t e to ths aecretai ?.
K. ?* I ? Essl I2d ti . iVew York
SHORTAGE IN PACKARD*
Detroit Far Ahead of _*reviou?
Th" tlrtt automobil? manufacturer ir
th? country to ?i?. lare a shortage of can
for this siaaon is the Packard M?.t?>r ?hi
Company. During ? ? I tsi s?>ven month.*
of thHt e>ompany'a Haca! year, ?-t.,r"is
last September th.- t?.t*?-.i sals? of motoi
K?a bate ?seen tJSU for the cor
I i ig ?period of the lili ass son, thi
; - rd Compan* s ?.revj.jus ham
lIS wert .s.?|it.
?'r'!.'.-? fur enclosed *??? ?< 11*?5s to he de
Ueered 1*1 Beptean
Kinn.ir,'' to develop : y rua ?on of the ?om
explanatlon thai unies? ordered
sufficiently tn ctiv^n.'?-. d?livriez
tat the Bret inclement fall weather *a'.ll
not he posaihi?. except in standard paint
and iiphoiRterinc it take? four months
to complete a ?tandard Packard enclosed
LITTLE CAR ON BIG RUN
Saxon in Detroit Starts Well
on Endurance Test.
One hundred an.) thirty-free milci I '
for tl.ir*.- ? -? tie? days Is th?. task
rut out tot a 8av>n car that atart ???! <?>
a long niB lfl I?ctrnit on April I
last' reported th? car ad eheched
the end of the sial
edit It . U
a watch 1 " ft
ut. produ? s ?ow
usual re. 01 ds ??? e< onomy.
The 1 1 -the
eg r Is 4 "'? i " eh is sq I to the
mileage fror?. Vew fork to Ban Fran
This it to which
a small a put,
bt llg equivalent practically to a yenr of
' average ow ru r
Ifuch Interest ? ? ? ? ractsd to
the car. and ?; never fan*, to <iraw ?,
rroard e try time t checks In al
Pontchaii rain Hotel In Detroit
than one thousand pereona eritn??ad the
? of th* mi? ? " recoinltlon ?araa
ai?en h\ Mavor O* ir M,-?*< who offlci
?ted as Btertei The car la bt
1 m .v Crokei Benerallj accom
? 1 ! :,?'.
Foreign Motorcycle Race.
While American motor it? are en
jo*. Ina Memorial Day dub runa, social
runa ?nduranc? and speed conteste, Italy
will be 1 oldlni It? greatest ;.i :
event On thai date th? ? Irand
Price of Italy ?rill be held, the ?venl ?_e
? open to i "? single machine? and
sidecar? Th? cours? covers IM m'los.
Inner Tube of Fabric and
Rubber To Be Produced Here
English Invention Subjectec
to Remarkable Demonstra?
tion of Stability in This
City Last Week.
Plans are well under way for the for?
mation In this ?'ountry of a corporator
to manufacture and ?ell th? Searl? un
t''irit*?-Me Inner tube, an English tarsus*
tlon that promises to, rehe\e motorists
0? one ot the most d'sagreeabi> faatara?
attending the use of the automobile, tbt
baatle tube. It Is claimed. wHI SSWSSflt
blowouts, and will Itself take ag the f ?"
of supporting the tar whe?i a sho? ?reara
through -a condition under whh-h the or
dmary tube would destroy Itself through
P .-?? rubber is used In the new tube,
and It Is relnfor.-ed *?:th triple layers of
fahr:-* ? arrlesl all around. To allow f??r
Inflation there Is a deep pleat in ths
fabric immediately below the tread, the
depress.,>n being ftllsd Bsith elsSStle run
her. When (he tui'e Is inflated the
1^ drawn out of the pleat, and on .iefl.-i
? tion the rubber draws the fabric ha, k tr.t ?
Its original position.
A remarkable, demonstration of the
worth of the n?w tubes was carried oi.t
? Tueaday, when twelve taxlcabs fltte.1
v. ii them were d'iven from the Hot T
AstOT to the Garden ?'it y Hou
The worst possible shoe? w??re
Bad tl M whh-h showed signs af
l:sv;i g s,.. . . , left were deliberately
weakened by cutting l?rice kolSfl la
side walls. In one .-ase, at leas', tn?
trsad ?housed a hols, sllowtag the tabs
to ton h ths "Toad at every srssotattoiL
Tn spite of UMSO .-"ndlttons and tho
fart that the route was rough in many
places, not a btosrout occurred s>n th?
tourne v. II seemed. In fp.et. ns If a MOW?
Olli WOUld ??!''? hare followed the a
wearing through of the tube Itself.
Naturally th? new tube will cost gsMM
than the regulation t. pe. but UaJ question
of c'si will not be c-nsidered by thou?
sands of motorists who object to lont
delays on the roadside when blowouts SS*
cur The principa'? In the Am**ri -an cor?
poration will be F. W. Hall nnd F-edenck
R. Slrr.rrs, of Birmingham. Kng'.stid. sin I
Orson Kilborn. of this city
ANOTHER AJAX CONTEST
Cash Prizes for Chauffeurs At?
taining High Tire Mileage.
The aSMsOSSg atteo'ling th? fl it '? ih
mileage contest run by the laakei "f
\'->x ttras was so great that a as
already has been Inaugurated and la un?
der way. For this ont^st. as for the
preceding, cash prizes amounting to
The capital prize Is J.V.1, th? ?CCOtsd.
and th.? third. __9S, ami there are
--.er Bfftass oSsSrad la amount
'? 9, i ". rja\ ws sisal -
for Ajax tires h?ssji*.ht sny t'-ne
April 1 isn. It will end Msn-h I
The competition was begun erlglaalll
with the Idea of offenng r? wards to thoss
who took the best .are of :
giving th< ir employers more mil' s i??:
the tire investment. Th.- ?n IS
for employed chauffe';:s only, and the
BaaSBSSB at the plan is to l>e ses a from
the fact that in ths first contest the
w-tnner obtain.-d l?,7S3 miler? for an
casing used ?>n I | car
In the White Mountains.
The first 30 PsTfeM winners averac-d
7..T.0 miles from the tires entered in the
contest. The average of tv e 2s* pria*
winners wsui ?,906 miles, constds rably
above even the f>,svxa miles for whiiii the
company offers a writt'ti g . ? :? s- -? ?
To prove that with attention and with?
out being subject to abus? owner.? might
expect very lush niiletae from ttrSS waa
the primary objoct of the contest.
$1075 With electric starter and generator
Prices, f. a. b. Ttltdo
The Mechanical Construction of This?
The World's Greatest Motor Car Valu
Could Not be a Bit Finer
s> ? !
??HI. Overland motor is the same in
principle, design, action and funda?
mental construction as the motor used
in the $3000, $4000 and $5000 cars !
The Overland frame is of open-hearth
steel, identical "with that used in the .$3000,
$4000 and $5000 cars !
The Overland steering knuckle bolt is
of 3,'J' Q nickel steel, just the same as those
used in the $3000, $4000 and $5000 cars !
The Overland drive pinion is of 3,_%
nickel steel, the same as used in the $3000,
$4000 and $5000 cars!
The Overland live axle, which is the
driving shaft of the rear axle, is of Chrome
nickel steel, the same as used in the $3000,
$4000 and $5000 cars!
The Overland front axle, a one-piece
drop-forging, is the same as used in the
$3000, $4000 and $5000 cars !
The Overland steering knuckle is the
same as that used in the $3000, $4000 and
.$5000 cars !
C. T. SILVER MOTOR
1739 Broadway, bet.
BROOKLYN BRANCH 1295 Bedford Avc.
The Overland radiator in quality is the
same as used in one of the most prominent
The Overland fenders, in quality and
material, are the same as used on the $3000,
$4000 and $.5000 cars !
We use more aluminum, on larger and
more important parts, than any other manu?
facturer in the world. Where others and
often makers of $5000 cars, use cast iron at
3 cents per pound we use aluminum at 28c
per pound !
Each separate Overland test and in?
spection for quality of material and accur?
acy of machining is far more thorough than
the methods used by manufacturers of
$3000, $4000 and $5000 cars !
The significance of these factt should
mean much to those who expect to buy a
car. A practical demonstration will mean
a great deal more.
Telephone the Overland dealer and
make your appointment as early as possible,
55th & 56th St..
NEWARK BRANCH: 588 Broad St.
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio