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FACE FINAL WORK Polishing Process Set for ?J Phipps F'*M and Westbury. LAKEVVOOD PRACTICE SATISFIES WHITNEY panics Have Not Been Rushed. tat "*-r0 K-'ported To Be in ?t?!?t of Condition. tl .Itlotl .1 mat- h Wll IS* _||>f p. hlppS*B 1 leid W enl m) ihe> will i'i aate between tl ? Is an?! the _..a?? I ! until the eve Ruiilagbam player? . rttll about i i? ihe I II !'. , '.- I the pi mmg gtx itlsfsel i! altb the : the pinas i. point ' ' condition the best known ?User- s0 *v'"11 tf?1'1"-' Then B ss as* ffCmi)} marked improvement in .' H. Wsteri : who, after the long rest lent to his ear's lnt? : national match? m whan he i? - ^jg., . une with the Point lu? ? the open ? hami ion? i.a M-mtagns, Dtrsrf- ? Milburn and 1-ord Wodehouse ame sit ?'hieb wsa boston ? . ? ifvti the i-' ime ?uU ,. m muet-, clouer. d ti im. and tti? > ? hurried a long, for there Is i to tit them ;-t top form and losing Miap weather which Is du? about time of the . ? peon l ood to Long lal v majority me ara :. .? Twenty of the forty* ,.. a ? :-. ?? Fltapstrtck, are lm? ,i bred - which let* )(? .m I '., wliicn ?"our I>icc. on t:.e imported ponies stei - ? A a, 'Brows Meg. Brssos, i ? - Its, Can s -the-Ni ss s, iu ?? '-., I] nt, c;ia>Ong, - Harkawa) * MMdi a Its. ?Little Mais'. Llt - i-iip, Mohawk, )l ? b, * Mer Ida, 'Nutmeg, Pop? t) Bsp, 'Homo, Bweetheart, ??-? Una, 'Sprite, 'Tenby, riing and Yaqui. ao men thus a doses tried a.;*s a Including tsvo of H. C ?is, and three or four Bit? ?? I from ??illfornia by Walter - 1st in hi "?.in-: niallt-ts will itae res I of the Long Islainl sames b note valued by the by our players, is really a ? ?? ? rddi game. rice ?'! our open ss i little booking In the Wsdnesda] IBs loins the ralinK of the : '? S tton. and there were sev ? a hook would have ?ke and ?o saved hard riding Off gal during the second half. J. M Ian ? s diibbllng the bill rag with J. 8. PI ppfl at his pony's teit Oh, l ?ob I erlsd !.. Water . k for the Bluea, Salons- hit had be-n made before the I on 111 ttie ; am candid t? i are on edge in t r. work, hittir-i. ssith SCCUIU he lumpy goma; :-'1 amuslai , j, & Phlpps'a He had th- hall called out, "<;o on "?' 111 bach ? "ii After two hits la the ball; I.. Water? ifl l.s- Miihurn. Rumaey mimad, while i?_ Mon? hu trsins ao hard to get up that U only able t i ?ive the ball a luv W ?i me t< n f. et ,,f distan, e. Tin, rgragh, however (tu j, s Phlppa ?nd bit the ?X BUY HOME PRODUCT Miac Building Is Filled with Oakland Owners, dx Osklsnd csra sti tiding In Pot.tiac, Mich , to WOllU susgest a busy teiu: loi the ? ?akland company. pS*e, ? piivate machines a ?.ss' ate ol the I ulleV I bull? at I'ontiac, und Mssas men doctors, dentists ana ?Vtar- all ss it ti offices In the same I provins their loyalty ? "?'**?? r. la not a rscord lor Oath? |*ahe ti ares," paid Osorgs I? i t of the company. I* - Begier ha? Is. and although ? mon with cor i ) s a) a I have nen-r 'u a s.ii . ,,i private sub*." ?LERS SEE JEFFERY CAR l* Humphreville, Local Sales Manager, Makes Trip. general manager - ? 'oropany, local SB returned from The car waa *:r'JlT1 I ards only a few it on the trip and and oil, and SS SOPS. ?vas kept during the trip, ???fed ?xa lit tuents-two miles to * ?he dealers Mr. Humphrevllb. *???re some handling the hlRhest y*- "? I -sas to allow the r",h? Jeff. i.. a? compered with the r^*6' * Th< trip was very . ???^' * : eontrsotB being s*?ats Columbia on Courts. n>T?i, . ? u * Tribun? 1 rj?"1' ' 4nr. . May S - The Yale ???? learn wi ? from ?'olumbla by The Vale se-?nid ^ 8??V( ? - '?Mtitute with a 11 to fst^4 "l" Vale freshmen U-at the ^'"??limen. AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS WHO FIND THE INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY A GOOD TESTING GROUND EXPECT VICTORY IN MEMORIAL DAY RACE Peugeot Drivers Consider Long Grind as Good as Won Now. OTHER FOREIGNERS ARE DUE THIS WEEK Indianapolis Speculating on Out? come of Elimination Trials, To Be Held ?Soon. Mure extitahle Frenchmen, all famous nut?-in? bile race drivers. pa?s..l through New Veil; during the week en route tu Iivliatripolis for the great let-mile afe morial Day race on the speedway. They ??"ill"!. t;,.u\ nnii Durajr, making up the Peugeot team that la certain to the ?ace the favorite with prac? tically aii win. speculate on the oatcom? <i" auch ootiieste As far as tl.t- Oral named palt ? -nier the ion? grind as . i? mi. X" ?ri eater ion Adenr-e waa ever displayed before even the practice iieilod, which la Iteelf is .11? teeponelble foi the breaking up of one or mere cars, ??si>e?-ialiy at Indian? apalla, where a epeed oi u-s.s than a mile a minute it, loafing. Dura**, it Baay be said, us not expected to cut mach of a figure in the race Aa compared with any other car in the list ' hla racer la little more than a toy, being ; equipped with a motor having a piston displacement of only lf?3 inches. The; other two care are about ?oi) Inches. ' while the race limit, to Which most of the ' ntn ota ar? built, is 45'? Inch? s It is Kern-rally assumed that If there. is any tlfference In speed lietvv.tn ih? ' cars to ue driven by. t'oux and Boiiiot. th?r latter Will have the choi e He is the head rf the team and Is ?-onsidercii by all odds the greateat of pn-sent-day l.'uii'Pt-an drivera. OOUX, however, has the advantage of hnvliiR raced and won . on the speedway, while thla mark.? Boll lot's first visit to the United Males. The other foreigners?Chageag ne, who IWall pilot an Knglish Sunbeam, Guvot. I whose mount Is the famous Delage! I 'hi istlaens, who will drive the Belgian Excelsior; Thomas, who will also pilot | a I?elage, and Friedrich, who comes wr.h a Bugatti?will reach here some time during the week, and will take Ihfl faTBI train for the Weetcra ?it? Meanwhile reporta Iron Indiai indicate tliat the ? it? is waking up to its M| i'..iv ol il.? .-.?-ai. and that the en? thusiasts are 'already finding tin- l-ii brtCk tra??k a plaofl of absorbing interest ?luring the workout hours. At Past a dozen of the prospective starters art al ready encamped there getting read' !"i the elimination trials, which will mark the last week before the actual r.t?? There are forty-four entries, and four? teen of these must be eliminated. The Btartera will be the thirty cars *?*M**-/lng lb?- lastest time m three laps of the two and a half mile track. Average speeds of f:?.>..i ?liiiiy to ninety miles an hour are predicted for thoue who fltlCk to the finish. Naturally, all of the drivers will do their test to stay through the earl] imperially the dark horflooi who will bfl confi?me?! With t!i?ir first ?haii?? to make Kood. This may lead to ? accidenta. Racing expert? sa>, howevei that it will l.e batter to have a few Bpllla ?luririK tire livouts, when euh contestant has the COUrae to himself, than in th? raw, ?kea ., slip might involve other?.. The order of cara at the start, which waa recently annoumeu as consonant with the sp<?-?l registered in tut- tima tr?ala patting the fastest ear? In front, has again been ilintiK?-.!. Several of tin? slower contestants objected t?> the pro? vision, claiming it placed them at a die? Bfl IB lUnga. ?tul aven threatened to with? draw ii the ruling w.-i,. -adhered to. TO GUARD~AUTO BUYER Illinois Corporation Will An? alyze Every Motor Oar Unit. -I?..-, was reeently incorporated in Illi? nois a. tompanv und? i the name of the American Kfficlency Survey of Motor t ar mu*. whKh. it develop?, has engaged the attention or some of the most promi? nent manufacturer? of automobiles and par! rr. the country. The complete plam of tire corporation i ,,, ? ,,t been diecloeed, bul u is under stood that th.- idea :?? to make the mOflt comprehensive and exhaustive examina tlon antt aiifilysls of even Individual II which enters Into the bul.dint, of an auto? mobile. Buch aa axles, radiator?, olla, magnetos, carburetors, wheela, motors, tires brakes, spark plugs, speedometer?, et,- 'in fact everything that can rtffeet t'.e Quaiitv and service of the cm. and t?> make complete importa on the r.-s .: ol these t xaminations None of the offlcera, II is said is even rennt. .. connected with th.- automobile Induatr) T!ic Intention would seen* to be to Rive to the individual buyer a sense of Becurlt* m the knowleclg? k? can gain concerning quality in automobile parts The office? of the new company are at '?tt Nortn Michigan Boulevard, thicauo. Hupmobiles in Demand. M'ipinohlle ?ales m the m.-tropolltan district increased more than It*? per cent in April over the same month In any previous vear. a? cor dl.?*, t?. < hai.. s 1 - Bel?-?, the New V??rk distribute! Mr Reis*' is now In Detroit, trying: to tn ?fTtraee his allotment for the next few months. ARTHUR KLEM DRIVING THE KING RACER. John N. Willys Finds Auto Industry Thriving Producer of Overland Predicts That Next Year Will Eclipse Present Won? derful Season. "The * esr Uli is sural) | the grastest in tin- history ol the auto? mobile Industry, an?! from a esrefu] In? veetlgatloo of euuntry-wlde conditions I exji? ct to sea UM seen bstter." said .i<iim tt. W?lss. president of the Wlllya-Oeer? land Company, of Toledo. Ohio, on his re? turn from a two months' trip t i i ?- Igt) the Weal "These indications ara especially gratifying in view of Hi?- fact that there hau been considera ?le talk iboul hard times. Business ib general, and tin- auto? mobile business in particular, is in a healthy, thriving condition. "In the West I found noth.ng bUI tin most optimistic spirit nmons I.u-1r.es men who are in ?lose touch with Indus? tria! and commercial conditions. And the peopll Of fie Middle West and 1 ?S It Bn bscomlng Just as optimistic, for they bav? bad repeated demooatratlona of tho soundness of our business polldee and the stability of our eetablished Industries ?'A lew month.- BgO thSTS WtTS a sreat many profsaalonal pessimist; sst.o tri.-?i to tell me that the country ssas irolns to the ?loss; that business generally s? dermined and In a very unsafe condition. i wonder where these gloomers are noss ? With every new Indication "?" In? ?ase.! prosperity and aoundneee of our Indus? trial Institutions the) are withdrawing further from public notice, and ! look tot their complete e\tin<-ti*in within a feu ss? ? k'-. "I think our own business can be taken us typical of the prosperity of the United states Tho output of the WUlye-Ouer> land Company for 1914 has been H> per C' nt grester than that for l'jlll, and ? very om? ul' the ears we vsiii msnufscture thia A CAR EVERY 24 SECONDS This Is Present Rate of Output in Ford Working Day. Detroit, May I Take out sour wat. h l-'ollow the sei-ond hand around th.- flato? it? cycle, Kveiy time it tii-ks off twenty? .nuls a uesv l-'ord car COmSB lut?? bslng The month of April ?vas another brasher si t?:o Ford fsctory in De? troit Thirty thousand foui hundred and two oompleto oars were built and shipped during the month, which had tWSBty-abl weridng days A little mental arithmetic shows that tm? msene a dslly production of about ?.i"?? cara it shows thai approslmstel) were b dit each hour, it shows 'most twenty-f. ur BCCOnda elapsed SOI] the time one complete ur left 1'u. factory doors until another fol? lowed it. t if oe iras, these figures nre based on an eight-hour working day. The assembling department at the Kord factors- works I t one shift of eight hours. ADDRESSES TIRE DEALERS F. A. Sieberling, of Goodyear, Talks of the Future. 1* A Bieberllng, president of the QsOd? \ear Tire and Rubhsr Csmpsny, of Akion, OhlO, addressed tin- \ ItOTOOMll Supply Jobb? is and Dealers ?;t '777 ? WS] o:i Fridas- nicht, bis BUbJSCt "The l-'uture of the T:re and AtttOlnObila aaa." Mr. BtobsrUng urgsd a higher Btsadard ??f merchandises among Kew Toi k dosl? i s H S gui?e, secretary to Mr Blsberllng; L C Buchhill, manager ol the auto tin department ; K. C. ilrlfrlth and other members of the ass<ioat:on a'.?., spohe as topics pertinent to the occasion Used Batavia Tires in Races. Three of the driver-i whs took pan In the recant Vsndierblll and Oran**. ?Prise races at Santa Monica have v. ntten to lohn B Mit'i?. district manager of the a Rubber Com? an). of Keu Toi -? lei Una of their satisfactory uae of *fia t.i'.ia Urea under the gruelling conditions Imposed by hi?.!? speed and quick braking ir?- ?bar?es Mutl?. Who ?lrove a junimii. and Dave Lewla and Prank Verbeck, both of whom bandied Kiats All three report an entire absence of tire trout le ' r ol?! li?--fore our Bf B BMI starter! And there ! ai nol been a eaacellatloa of order? worth) of note during the whole Our factorisa are ruahed to the limit o pacifies right m w, ond f"nii all indlcatlona we win i?e -inri aa busy r ?rillt '>!' to the end of onr scusoii. "t'or manufacturer? are equally busy, i believe 'I it should l ?? sufficient a !! 4 ?... , |- fo even th?- most gloomy pessimist While careful obeervara are well awrire tiiat tha motor tar Is no longer a mere Investment t"i pleasure, bul a solid, Bound, every? ly need Of I OUSandfl of business men ?r.oit the World, the professional pesalmi ri ? an asvi r q rite rea?-h t-iis rie? point " TFSTI.V?, OUT i'I.KMIKK-WKIDEI.Y CARS, WITH K. S. PA?'TRI?K.K A' WMKF.I. OF FORWARD M.Vi'HINK. NOVEL TEST OF STARTER North East Fully Tried Out by R. A. C , in London. "That the North East self-starter and lighting system, which is used on the Marmon car. Is mechanically one of th?! best on the market Is indicated hy a re? cent six-day trial before the Royal Auto? mobile ci-ib of London,'' says Frank O Carrie, the manager of the Marmon New Torh company. "During the test,'' Mr ?'arrie continued, "the car was started 2'/) times each ?lay for six days. On the sixth day the ?.'.*,) starts were ma?le In 11 minute? and :: M - onds, the lowest figure for the test. The highest flirure was 1.1 minutes und ,1.' se ?. onds for 2.7) starts, made on the third day. "lu ea? h CSSe the morning start was ma'le with a col?! motor, and no outside nssi?tancf? was given. The starts weie < ins?? utive, and BO batters- chrtrslnS wa. ?lone between them. After the engine svas started the switch was thrown, and after the engine had come to r?st It was again made to operate by the starter. "At the end of each day's trial the car was taken on the road and operated ior appro?lmstely hslf sa hour, in order to bring the battery to capacity. All wot!. wa? under tie aupeivtelon of the Boys) Automobile ?Club, and the car ss.is ? jri>:? r lOCh SBd key throughout the trial." Jandorf Not to Move. The Isndorf Automobile Company, at ?, to I Wet list .-i. win continue to Occupy that building, rumors to the ? mi trars notwithstanding. While it is true that a big theatrical project planned for tlie bulli.ing IS in a? live preparation. Jandorf'a occupancy is in no sv?-.- atfci? ? ' Imong other recent ?hang? s in the buaioese baa bees the romovsl of the tire and sundries departments to the croiir,?! floOl AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. - - FIRST t Prices that Protect These prices on Goodrich TiresHre printed all over the country so that every motorist may know the money-saving value for him in Goodrich leadership. Safety first because of the Goodrich tread?and longer mileage not only because of the extra thickness of Goodrich rubber where it meets the road, but because of sound, sensi? ble Goodrich construction through and through. Money-saving every way you look at Goodrich fSSS Tires Best in the Long Run There is no sound reason why you should piy more than the Goodrich schedule for any high-grade tire. Here are the prices that protect: r Size 30 30 32 33 34 34 35 36 37 38 3 3V2 v/i 4 4 4ft 4tt 414 5 m Smooth Tread Pricea $11.70 15.75 16.75 23.55 24.35 33.00 34.00 35.00 41.95 54.00 Safety Tread Pricea $12.65 17.00 18.10 25.25 26.05 35.00 3C.05 37.10 44.45 57.30 Grey Inner Tube Pricea $2.80 3.50 3.70 4.75 4.90 6.15 6.30 6.45 7.70 8.35 Your dealer will gladly sell you the famous Goodrich Tires at these prices. NEW YORK BRANCH: Broadway and 57th St., N. Y. There it nothing in Goodrich Advertising that Ln't in Goodrich Goodt Auto Touring Is Not Necessarily Expensive Secretary of State Says Sen ble Planning Will Plact Such Tript Within Any Owner's Reach. By MIT'TIKI I. MAY. SeeretnfT of Sta Touring may be resaided aa the ul mate end and desire of cve*y motor c owner who takes a proper ar.d perso: Interest In his car. To take a car up the various trails laid out In the a. rounding states where Improved hlghwa are open to the motoring public !e to 5 the machine. In the opinion cf the m jority of motorists, to Us highest use, I pleasure and profit were never so happ. ?omblned as In a motor tour which tck the owner and his family away from _M Immedtete environment. Fsr year? there has existed an err iicous belief that automobile tourir.g a great extent I? an expensive lUBBfy, I this be'ief is slowls' dvmg as the mot BUT hecosaea ?ommoner and motorl: f.i'iiities Increase. Obviously, no moi cxtenslse trip than an occasional sve.-l end run of a few- hundred miles |s v i*h the means of those who must be caref of expenditures. To such persons a tour of several hui ?lied miles Is still ?L-souily desired, bi for the rapidly ssvelling number of mot? CUT owners svhose circumstances hst hitherto allosved them only a holUlay 1 a summer resort (hen. could scare.? \ e: ist a better lnv-eMm?-nt for their time an money than a sensibly planned mote tour. Sensibly planned such a tour must tx A comparatively long Journey ran be ui d.rtaken at small expense, hut unless th tr.p is carefully planned such a Journe will prove expensive. There are man things to be considered. The car Itself must be of a suitable kin' for the purpose; care must be exercise In the choice of routes; the fullest In formation from a reliable source mu?t l> obtained upon hotel accommodations an prices, and the motorists themselvc must be prepared for anything and every thing In the way of unforeseen dtscom forts. From the point of view of economy, th? choice of a proper car Is of greatest im portunce. The most suitable type mus In- lude space for extra clothing and othe necessary equipments, with sufneien room to carry all baggage needeil for th? ?ntire trip, and in this way avotdlnf Irritable difficulties ami unnecessary de? lays incidental In forwarding baggage S) rail. In planning a month's tour, whlcl should not prove extravagant, one of th? lirst conditions must include a reasonabl? limitation upon the mileage, for apar) from the limiting ot expense far more en? joyment comes from short stages than 1 rom long ones. If a maxln; un as? rage. s.v. of about Ml milefl a day is ,1. tcidSd upon, the pleasure will be much less expensive and more lasting than the speeding over long. IsfUl stretches of the road, when ?luestions of mileage sc?-m to be regarded aa much more Important Some sears of experience In touring heve convinced many motorists that a & ullosvaixe, with an additional 13 for each tourUt, may be accepted as a fuir average of the dail> cost Involved In touring, and . this sum should be made to include all erp?ntlltureii. with the exception of tires and 'inforeaeeri accl-lerts 80 far aa the particular tour is con? cerned. It would be Impossible to point out the most attractive routes which r?r;M be undertaken In a month's time, but there are many such toure within the bounds of this and surrounding; states. TESTS OF CORD TIRES Remarkable Results Attained in Tests by Goodrich. Th? n K. ?loodr.eh Company l?j willing to assume that every motorist Is "from Missouri" when it tells what Goodrich Sl'v-rtourn <ord tlr?*s will do for kaso lane cars. It is "showing them" by actual practical teats under any kind of .?ervlce condition. Teat after test has been made by the Ooodrich ?ornpany In Akron, as the re trilt of which It Is announced that th? netl ror(j .;rp w)]| cut down gasolene bills often as much as 2i per cent, that It will increase the efnVlency of the motor-tests of record showing as much as II p?. eent ureater horsepower developed; that ? t .?iil Kive more mileage that It will ??nable the motorist to start quicker. Steer easier ami coast further, ami Will Rive him practical Immunity from stone hi ulse?. which are the greatest etu.n ? .' tires. E '". TlbMttS, atl\ ertlsing manager of th?? ??o<-?lrl<'h Company. ?pe?it two ?lavs la Chicago 'St week ??th I P Howen. Chicago ??ranch manager, and while there conduited a series of testa ?>" the road that were aettia'lv startling In their re? sults. The car i.-????i was not a testing car. nor one specially aqttlppod tor the .?xper. tr..?nts contjucr???! It wa? one ?v.!. .1 l> In ?lally ti?<?, anil was ?IrnTte.l foi the tes?? on a few moments' notice. Tli" main object of tne roa?i teats wa? to show the ?rreater "life ' (liven to a car when ??mpped with the ? or?! tires a? axaitist an e?)u!pment of fabric tire? with the engine ki.leil m..l n<> power available, the car was put through h serles of coastliiK stints in Lincoln Park on the slope leading down from the ?"irant monument to th- level boulevard Also It was tested on a couple of steep hilla north of (?lencoe. to pet figure? 0:1 lit momentum on an upKiade after coast? ing ?lown hill. On the latter, with a Manning start the c.,r made an av?ra?? speed of U L'-TJ miles an hour over a course 4-1" of a mile Ion? on fahrt?- tire? When these were replace?! with the cord tires the average speed was 1!? 1-3 mile? about li per ?-ent Increase in speed. Th? aiaeai distance covered with the cor?! tires on th?; down-an.l-up hill coasting was ninety feet?this on an .?> per cent grada In fact, the fabric tires took th* upgrade but a sma'l distance, the cord tires carrying the ear almost all the ?ay to the roo of th?? finishing hill. FORDS MONTHLY PA YMENTS Phone 2101 Melrose Ham to|4 runabouts, touring, town, and commercial cars at regular list prices; cars delivered on payment of 5221. So, and bal? ance pavable in monthly notes of #50, each bearing 6'? interest. Write or telephone and make appointment for one of our rep? resentatives to call. Immediate deliverv. Bronx rord Co, 5 5o Bergen Ave , Bronx. JOHN M. BRISBEN ?& Used Automobile Dealers, 32 West 63d St., ,??6** Telephone. 1342 Ha?-* on hand ?otn? sf the GREATEST BAR. tiAMStO ever offer??* in Motor ? ?r? Every fur i? a ataadturtl raed I ??ni SEV l-.It.vl .-?i? PRACTICALLY NEW, havinf he?-n run lea? trwri 1,000 r. Each Car haa been THOR' it 'QKLY OVER? HAULED and put IN PERFECT Rl'NMN'l ORDER In our own ?l.ui,s. sad la gusraa? teed tu t?e SS EAST PAYMENTS HIGH CLASS REPARINQ DONS BY BEST MECHANICS IV CITV ALT. WORK nUARANTEKD, riSa until t ? .,n.i 6 jn?1a? ? MERCERS: <'?"? i''.i. Rae?****?-? '''M4 FIAT, ,; ?! i*?arla-LB*?a ???? CADILLAC, -i?, ai i resta *8t- LANCIA, ?" I ' > tonneau. Itia PIERCE, ?' ; I ??' ton .-.eau. IW1 SIMPLEX, ?"? ' M ?? sargales itti BUICK, ?- ?i.' '??'' ;01- MERCEDES, aV? *? *n den Plaatour oi-. STEARNS-KNIGHT, i* H0SKAM-SC0TT CO., n.,-*?. Gasoline 20c a Gallon TOURING CARS FOR HIRE. BY TRIP OR HOUR. 223 W. 80th St. Near Broadway TM QrutMt Salt of A I Tires and Tubes v. I BAVE fc> Hi H1-7I.D v:.l. THK l't'1'1 !.?H MAlvl-.S Jandorf Automobile Co. ?. pRit EM s? IRE OC? COMPaTTITORi 3, 5, 7, 9 Wfjtt 6llt gjgu COLUMBIA LAMP WORKS K.iti.-.r. ?!??? I? I ??' I ai. makr-a r?i??l,?.l SB ,?. ?? -..,?'. r meiiMfacterara >t any ai>!a. ?ha??? fen.ler? lam?.? ?hl?-h will ?lay IV. ?irr ) no?) pmr t.? -?leol from -?l;l-S WKST ?7 1 II -I NEU ?IOHK Bryant ? i HUDSON AUTO LAMP WORKS, Inc. nur. V) URO um AY. >'. I*. Tel. ?IK? ???'U toi He ?ell and repair Auto Ka.ll ?t??r?. ?Inri Shield?. Lampa and lender?, of e?ary ?1? .. ri|ill<t>. UAKEH EI?*trlC Victor??, oveili?uled. Dun m l>att. ry. ?T*?o. f?xktr ?.'.inlop?. aa ?t'i,.n. $:'T.V Bak.?r Vehl? !? Com? .?>. TaKphona 3SS0 Co umbUf _ _ _ P7TR s ? ?Hah li-fh? ?- ? nal ..m. unu?. dr a doctor'? car ver. acon-.re.eal; Hat price It.""" e I . cn-ldtr 'offer .*.?Mr??ia Mir-tln. Tribun? Of? . ??rd 181*. 7paa aen^rr .urm? tr ?,..? a i*r't?u!?'. ai? . u?.?e!v prl?at?? f.ane?!al?*. ?0o W<? 101a?. Telrph???? SSTft H: aralda POKlAtjLL<3 Knapp ?il??em. Ill B?a? TIRt?*?OI'KN DAI AND MOMT. .laffe??. t.? ???at ?Jlh al. toi. J?H.