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Cure for Drug Addicts Upheld l>vo Specialisis ?Say They Never Knew of Oeaib lo Result From (Compl?te Withdrawal of ?Narcotics Loose Laws Denounced Critics of Dr. Simon Scored by Official of the Ameri? can Medical Association Vr. Alfred C. Prentice, of the rom mitte? on narcotics of the American Medical Association, representing 90, 000 physicians and surgeon? i: the T'nited States, yesterday scored , 'it os of Dr. Carlton Simon, Special Police Commissioner in charge of the police narcotic squad. Dr. Prentice mid that the American Medical Association was in hearty ac cord with (he Harrison anti-drui the new finard of Health anti-drug law and with Dr. Simon in his wori Hs said he had studied drug addiction and fta prevention foi years, and was thor? oughly familinr with it. Denounces Propaganda "1 know," he said, "that the county medical association is ;:i favor i f curb? ing drug addiction. Propaganda which is being ? rculated in favor of 1 ose drug laws i injurious to the r.ubl.c welfare. ! have never heard of ;i case where an addict has died from the withdrawal of the drug to which he is addicted. A recent article in the Med? ical Journal told of the treatment of 25,000 add cts without a single death from withdrawal. "Physicians who ase the dilatory treatment, of drug addiction are in di? rect violation of the, Harrison law. The men who favor this method are circulating yellow propaganda. A case in New Orleans, where n man died, it was believed, from withdrawal w< uld have been made much of by the:"- prop? agandists. The truth is, the man was starved, undernourished, underclothed, was terribly emaciated, had bar.-', cm ounce of blood left in his body, and had a heart lesion, so that the withdrawal of drugs had nothing to do with his death. "Reputable physicians are in favor of the laws which give the police power to arrest addicts and peddlers of drugs and the American Medical Association went on record against any amendment to the laws which would curb these power.?." Dr. Elliott's Testimony Dr. Ti. Elliott, of tho Kings County Hospital, said yesterday that he had treated drug addiction for twenty years find had treated cases which came to him indirectly from Dr. Simon through the cour'? and cases which ca him direct with a letter from Dr. Simon. lie said the "cold turkey" treatment, or complete withdrawal of the drug, had been used in all cases at the hospital and that they had never lost a caso. All cases, he Baid, had re? sulted in cures, but that some of the cured addicts in a few cases had later returned to the drug. He said drug habit treatment was "not so much ?\ matter of method as a result." and he held that the "cold turkey' 'treit ment rave the best results, lie said he knew of no cases where an addict had died from withdrawal. Dr. Simon yesterday again called at? tention to the facts that he is not interested at ail in politic?, that his position i? not a political one and that he is not paid a cent for his serv? ices in behalf of society in curbing drug addiction and traffic. Vaudeville Audiences Ignore Music Lapses Under the friendly aegis of syncopa? tion, orchestras not entirely at home in the intricacies of vaudeville music man? aged yesterdav to jazz th" bills safe': \t the Palace Th ater tl "c were ??? '?! morar ts when th dm.'.or pleaded audibly with the ba.'.a d; ? a ? i "hit it." In ?he circumstnnc? ; . t ible at r.11 times for the dancir r to b< musically conect m the music to b? entirely correct . the ears of th? ::;u-*c that carries t! But the audience wa.- a merry ? ? the i reposition mat all's well | ? ds weil. v brand ? "?'?? offering at the Palace ?.. ?? ' ?'? ' . :' mar? ..a Lipman entitled "Right ad? pted as a dn mat ic tars Cram V? i! V - ? Mai ? " ? ? The gkctci a fl ' '?"? bl? m ? ' ' ' '??? ?-?' hues, b?t it sc rved to '?? >w Mi; ? Man .. v . ood loi ki ng and jjr, Will id oi e man, and both ... ... -c as '?i the Rat of th? sei >n. P: . cho-ai al; ? and other t? pic? 1 them ?figure in I piece. George Jesscl presented his vevu?, . .- jj) -, ?i [larry I f.-,- c i 'pany sc ?red in hi? sketch ? , ; ;. ed llampt n." El tc and -_.,?.. their skating act. Bob Hi . Miller and Mack, BUI '?. tl c girl juggler, also .vere on the bih*. Gladys ( "lark and Elan v B< rgmar I ?? '? : the River' id? . " \ ? .- i b ?' - /' .- isical < on e? y. is the chi ? ^^^Kp'ili! KSi,, rt'?'iX5^ New tork ^ favMrT ???'*' ' ' San Fi ?riJico fc^^^ WOVACP. v, )>* i?nn? on ? Yff^ (Morera Line) ;?? ->..h:p Bnioy tbe H r??t ?..-. i 'o?ifc -. o-' "100 On\r\tn Hours it B t.rji " ? ,.-?,.. o California on the furvioui S BUXSKT ROUTE Every .rule aSctn-. wt i t/i S St?? r\ow for literal uro *r)d inform?tica h Southern Pacific Lines h A.;. Po?'' n. Geo'l. rVg?nf, Pattcnflfi1 TV---. \:.\ ;:k : i ?emk.n . 'ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE m THE FEET tWO '.',- ' KoOl '.:<-' I" ? ? : ?? Hati ., ni ? . . r :??.-?? ? ? .--? of ' ?. I ' ? ? ? ... ;. i >'.-< .'?. ' ) ? ' ;? ^ - | ' ? - ? ? : ; ' ? A Ai k f >! a; i.;.' 3 i oo'i I ' ? attraction at the Eighty-nrst Street i??"'. ' Partlcoln takes the honors ,it the i rdhai ?r th? earl ??art of tr\ ? ???'.'. . ?znbelli !?.rico ?n fn ?! ?.? ? late). At the Hamilton ii . ' r.nd ? >.u es Vndcrso ; ? tin firs! ml the Si vi n II ??,<??? _to> s for tl ?? ' of th? wrel ; p '<? ? bill. In It? ookh :. Hn? ?.- ( ? i roll ' ? ?:? card for the ilusliwick. AI the n .. in ?ml i ! '? ?? -. ?'? C ?ufen v hoar) the bill. Vale ska Surrittt in "Jndc ? the star il the N ? Brighton Hi i i toi. A fc Lcpv '.- M tropo?l : the r.':.' Can " ? I', b i the entire ivei k. "AH-Slar W!ers" Returns Lavibs1 Revise a? E\l':n%e Tiiea tor for Week 'TIh Ml St: - ??'?:? ? ? <>' 1921," the r? vui by V\ ill M orri ?se; , . ' ?? ? nont ii on Um ??. ?ad, returned I i Broadway la * nijht, relightiiv_; the Eltinge Theater for a week's engage? ment. The piece offers h variety of entertainment from travesti and high .iinkt? to a serious attempt in the man?! -ev of the Grand Gulgno. A list of i the entertainers covers a large section I of the Lambs' roster. Among then are : t'arl Foxe, Will Morrisscy, ???.? ib? ? rt i ( orthe'.l, Tom Lewi, Torn Walh, J ?<! Prcutv, Wr ;ingto:i Cross, Victor Mov !ey. Kran',: Belcher, Urn !?! Woolf, Jack K ?th? . for :. Uohei'l Pit1? in, Effingham Pinto and K'..t'k Fay. ?.ikr the Friars' 'Jamboree," "The All Star Idlers" is tiie best : how of its kind. Denies Repov.t ?ienry M?Hcr Playhouse Will Be Sold H, !?.'. Weaver, nu nag? r of the Henry ;; rt ?i . 'C?t-'te C! Mr. Miller, denied yesterday the pub? lished report oT negotiations for the sale of thai playhou e. A statement creditor! u? Mr. Miller said the sale was virtually concluded, I nothing remaining to b< done but the I execution of tha papers. The name of the purchaser and the price, however, , were withheld, Mr. Miller also was! quoted as saying he was aware that cer tain members of the. profession would like to see him retire a? a manager? and ? that he was willing to qui', his own . theater. In denying- the story, Mr. Weaver ?aid ! he .To';" 'or .Mr. .Miller. The Stage Door A I he ? latino thi? ? \ enlng < !arlo Ccrlton , ?-.i:: present Julia Sande-son In the nui- ' - " , ' c? med > . ' T;i ng 'il ne " Ali.-? Brad 'a n ?w rehii opened last night In Atlant John Charles Thomas, In Charlea B. Dlllingham's production, 'The Nove [,?? tor,'' will open tha I-\>: :>.;;! Theater, Phila? delphia, on ! abor Day. Henry Duffy, Mur?an Coak'ey, Frank s. | ......... Arthur Albertson and Kr,;? Jen ha - ? be u ; ih ???! to ? ) ? cast of '"Wait Till We're Married now In rehearsal, which will be Oliver Morosco's ?ajil pro? duction o? the new season. ' Pul and Take," a rev. colored musical rovun, will bo presented al the Town Hall August 13 L> tho McCormicl; Amusement Company. Books and lyrics are b; Ii ,in ". Miller. . Vioie! Homing an 1 Otto Kr?ger, will open in Stamford to-morrow ? preliminary to Its prenonta. ? i,n a ? he F rt: ? 'ulr !i :?-". reet Theal er ni xt Monda y, NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES :\\ \MSI KRDAM, \V. ?!': COOLEST SPOT JN NE . E?r*._:l?. YORK! . MATS WED*SAT 5G<?_*Z50 ^'&M ? A NATIONAL TRIUMPH ZSCHELD MSTy^fm, nmm mhjlb&tIIIB LEON ERSKH.'wV<ri3i^ A MATiOMAL (NST?TUTION >OP. MATS. WSD.& SAT s?t. mmi SEAT SALE \MJ)M.5I)\Y. -J A. M. linn Fnncinne, 'Gregory Kelly, Jolin li'i-?ev, Un 11 Is Clark, Oeorjre Alison, (,??li?rt Doi'tlii-, HoWHid Lind ..iv, Harry I.lllford, Elliott Nugrnt, Norma Leo, am'. Constance PelisiSlcr In the i ???? omul: ne v. Ii '? Ailn ?O ?; '..Ui1Ai< : i: " \ , \ FILL OF ISK'..!./;. AND LAI <. ?1 ! 1.:'. ! lUlmh SI BISE IL'P.CnTY too MATSAVED?SAT K? WORLD'S GREATEST SHOW L\ rPijlNK ;" g .-?? '?? ". ?? ?" 'f. ,'? ?* 7) ! I- t ?SAS* r l' '" ''? ? ' ? i ST. 1ML31C HAL'.. ???!? B-woj .'. ? |>. V SHUFFLE ALQHO 9P.-.L. MIDNIGHT PEHFORMANCE WEt), 11:30 i ?T?DIU?/S VJi CONCERT ? TO-fru?triT Victor Herbert Els?'viardfi I? 21 ' . Wi El I INOTON ' RCSS, CLAH!< DCRUMAN, Kninia U?i.l Se ? '.'? - 3ELLE Ui-'v.":;-'..^ 4 ? Jm.KTM 3^ CHARLES HftY S TRAHIS ?? ? .Mi. >?*H-w.v, 471! ?' " ( A I ,''" ' " G'J? RP !.. CAPITOL >.;, rw; f?-?ZStlW THE FUNNY PLACE "tei/ blMI>- *V POCL BATH I NO HOTEL ^}ftrr ^tu^csant '? '????!, . ,'.v!. West .-.t 2f.itb St. IT, a ?-.,,'? ?'-?;;? '. . . iljy d'.tu. ? '??.-? ? the Park Ln'/.e.t.. \\\V.i . ?. ' (V.l. SP ;?: c ? a L sum ?\! e ii u * i : r; 1 -*!- 5 o-.- morn ruomi ?<;'?> ii. .'.:,o month C! ' I ' /? ?. i.i x I ; km ? r ' ii ,v A . , ., , ? od i ?-.. ..:;....,.. ? ' .null ??.? ,. >.., ,(.? i. .[, ? ilon it >. i. : i'.<>)?.". Mu iti ? "". wti? ?ri?H im Alice T. Da vi so a io Marry Di' Gales. Aerial War Hero Daughter of Morgan Partner Served as Wireless Ex perl, V* hile Fiance, Old Vale Football Star, Was VI inning Medals i??. the Fighting Over France Mr. in ! Mrs. Her ry I'. Davison hav< announ? ocl i ho t i ?ng ????.,' ,." deii '' igrht? -. '. ? ?'. r>ni i in, to Ariemu? '? Gate ?. who -v ? far, n the foot? ball !',, Id Biid tl c bat '?- -.-! | an ! no ii -?:-'? ?ne il ;-. the :. ',1 of *',.- -,-?? being conn ?( ted v '.?'.? ? ? N--.-.- Yoi-l ? 11 . > Mr. I at i . ,'?:? s ,r of Mrs. Emir? ' . Gates, if ?" ;-.- <n, lows, ur 'I -a q< ai Vole with II. 1 - on jr. He wat known as "Di'1 Gni ? at Yale. when he ',,!?; ???' < . ' and ? a k'e ? n thr varsit> football team and enabled the som i.t Eli t make the first touchdown ir nine years against Harvard in the 1917 game. Ho wa elected captain of the foot? ball team las' year, but when the foot ball season came round ogcin "Di1 Cat's was playing n more dangerous ;ame, In 1016, when war with Mexico loomed, Ms friend, ii. P. Gates jr., ha?' orgai ized an aviation uni! at Vale, o? -.- ich "Dl" was nn enthusiastic mem? ber. Commanded Air Station The following March, when it wa ? obvi< - - -; :?t war wit:! Germany was ;??<??? , i,' -, me ?: of II ? Yale unit, in? cluding Gates and Davlson, entered thu military service. After a period of training in Florida Gates was senl to Dunkirk with the rank of ensign. Ro fore the war was over he hold the ran!-. of lieutenant commander and was in command of the United States naval air station at that harried port. He also has an imposing array of medaln in token of services rendered. He got the British Distinguished Flying Cross for rescuing two BritiaV airmen whose Handley-t'age bonihci had been brought down by the Ger? mans and was floundering in the wit? ter within range of their guns off Nieuport. Tho Croix ?lo Guerre with palm nn?l the rank of Chevalier of the Legion of Honor were conferred -upon him by France for his exploits while attached to French bombing and pursuit groups. It was while he was serving with one of the latter that his crowning ad? venture befell him. His Spad was brought down behind German lines, riddled with machine gun bullets, but not lire. Gatos was un? hurt. With the gray-clad figures of German soldiers charging toward him, Gates proceeded ??hunt the business in hand as coolly ?is if he were dropping beck for a punt with the Harvard line trying to break through. Fired Plane Before Capture Drawing off gasoline from his tunk. he p? urnd ' - n ?' r r ings of his plane, si ruck . ?natch and : ? Id I he flam" aga - the 'al i rl h - mi :1 ine w :? mass of fiamos -<. h n tl:c Germans read ! it r y made Ga'e.i a pr.s 01 ? r ; nd ici him to Karlsi ul ;. That was in ''.-':.'.<???. 191?, A few w i ';s lal :-. ,i?>! .1, the -IK- Vale was playing Princeton, Gati was in a batch of prisoner? that wei't to be tram ferred >?-m Kar'si he to Villengen. It looked to him p? though the war would be fini?hed before lie got another | crack at it unies:? he utilized this op? portunity ; ? escape. When his train was passing through n tunnel Gatt s droppi d out of a win? dow. By some miracle his 190-pound bulk escapad being crushed against the wall of the tunnel ?nd he picked him? self \.p and plodded back aiong the ? trp.ck. He eiuded a sentinel al ths tunnel entrance and emerged into rain and mist For t ip next two days he followed ?he railroad hack toward Switzerland. The second day b? came to a bridge : ' which h ? crinan picket was bivouacked. Without bes ration Gates charged the picket, scalt ring German?! right and left, and vanished in the fog. Recaptured at Border That night ho reckoned he was ap proaching the Swiss nor dor and pro? ceeded with unusual caution. Never? theless he had the ill lucl; to stumble upon a German camp and was recap tured. His captor.s toid him the" would show him how close he was to - freedom and led him to a boundary post only ? few feet away, behind which he could seo a Swiss sentry pacing. Besides h; ?= British and French decorations, Gates received the nava! Distinguished Service Medal and was recommended by Admiral Sims for the : naval Congressional Mod::!. The daughter of .1. P. Morgan's part I nor, whom he is to marry, was gradua? ted from the Misses Spencers' school ?n . this city and took an active part in war work. With the assistance of ?. .1. Nolly, now president of the Marconi Wireless Company, she organized i\ group of women wireless operators in 1016." The following year she and ; many of the other members of the i group wore mustered into government 1 service. For a time she was an instructor at Hunter (.'oll'-g? She ?s h member of the Junio:- League. America's Forcmosl ThVatres ?mil Hits Inder the Direction of__F..;- ? ?' ?'? Shubtrl .**.? ?? cAi5Kc-*va T?-Nl?HT &!*? -: U.VVlVt.K TO-DAY, 50c, TO $2.00. PCIJYI5J?V 12 I s- . ? rnn ? C'irl We l)Z.li I ?11 I I -. ! XlNfiS ONLY AT P IV COOLED BY TONS OF ICE. int LAST WALTZ iM^SflB , JAMCeRIME^ ' ,^|>HK r.HAZZ?S-5? F.?AI? C?UMIT :tkr. SH?BERTSiVhv;s1,^^0^^??;?.c ?5Sc?SfWLt J?ST MA H RIED irttl] VIVIAN MARTIN .-.ri LYiVNC OVERMAN BIJOU <??%. |oi?EMX? TH?RSTVE. SEATS NOW ON SA? F ' ?.- [Inn Wmrslaff f!r hl > ,TMEATR? .V.'llMbl OPENS WED. NICHT THE StLWVNS proyenl William lola coustenat- f?shbi in HOI COWER MKffiliEX K.ir.b-Oy PLAlTHOi.'SE s- . I ?.: IVwsj Kt / So'.. .*.-. Afatiiie?? ro-Mioi-ro "DELIGHTFUL COM Ft'Y ? :-'. , - ^tue! Trugen*1 nss ? s ii? a 'FASFR "Tlmrruifh'y R- '??- lii-,q- ?I',-p. IV, =GARR!CK S? ?' ? MR. HKUiil ^KATSXOW ON RAMO C?JGTA1M ato' 20 SHARP FIRST MATINEE THURSDAY >L CH*HD CARLE A N C K E HI N I -, ??ESFV? ?HAS. WIN n ; N e E n SELWYN, v, ??.: : ? i"iU'h W I NONA WINTER i g ja JA-, oouuo r- \--i.i> & .-at v. , ? i. . Etc? - ?" l'nfi-sK-?;?? ! F?LTOKm. PIM Passes ?y | SW,"A% .' "UUOM"= -REFRESHING COMEDY CY A. A. MILNE I FRANZ MOLNARS C0ME.1Y OF LIFE The SKYLARK . ?A S? : ? ,11111 ?i M ; ?? ?? 300TH ; ?S?'?DA? E"T,N"E ^ ' '' ^1 \^;^'..Uc"M?:t' au stab eb?eas * V?i^?.^^^..^/^ * - ;'-*" :-:vr fl-^o ?JTTLf; i yfte ?sl V,.,. HCtli TIM)'. TO-XICHT 11^1(1 M ? M.n e,. ,: <?V^7^W*-r?-r--^ ?V;:^^ ?_II >->? A ? i ?./?"? r?' ^ ,-' y?* ?*"';'/ ?7-.-.av.'-. ?-'?i k.*< .? ??'' -' -?'?--"'I./?*' Mi L -?-", : V'/. 1 P !?.|-fe|?& -*>J.>i,ia;.,.-^--...is,<..-.,^'- ?Ii ?ll3???ssiB-(--??.I?jM ?,'?,: DRAM VPS, SMASH! gg| * ? ||||gf | fl?TM tf THEATRC, Wesl ?I Bron?i iv. TI?X Kl' K \ ?:?) |)r< M ' : ;- ? ; ?-' vi r .<i v s, p ?: o " :? ? t ^ )Eim'r?EY-CA^?NTIER>*" ";".". ^??,lll?i<AmfiINPARAIMSE' .;./.i3 sr.owing at. Shubcr?-Rivicra, B'way r.r.d 3V ~-; Bronx Oper?? Hour.c, Eu! 143 St.; S?- L'bf?t-C'rrsccr.t, Brooklyn, .virl "THUNDERCLAP" ?msTOf?&s??'?iJ?^ i YRiG ?-'-' /? ' EKOPTSZCGHl '?SH'AM F:? Theatres Under Direction of Hugo Rlzrcnfcld*. T?Ti - ^7' A ? ? II BROADWAY ? ^ i . iiy. ?rr:? /i kok /'. N ?.I bii IL Ni -^ f v.i ilh n ?L'li.'ti':! n:i rl ..? in., -? A GEORGE FITZMA'JRiCE Production?,A r>-,- ?? p? ?.u, r'-'roni the Play by George V. Kobari 30 Principals 500 At. NEWEST MACK SEN NETT COMEDY r**n> li9."j*K TW' t?*y t ?twrt t ffl"m*?.wfw-jiw ?r*'i.*4W*^#tr ?"T'i^-.?.'iT ?" ?T-.-*r??onirTr'v,?'***-,i ? ? A i. f 0 ' . si-:-* 'Hi :?? -, sv Iff] r ( : ;.r, -, t -1, f C ?- ?! a ii S W i"'M //"t-" O r&tffc?im ' i3 \3f\Kfa i i i, ,,? i?ii.n hi.iBh, tiwii i t i ' iiMi^imwiimii, mm JRh^FMARYTHFATRF ?untingto?; long ?sland ? FRIDAY & SATURDAY, mim 12 & 13, 8:SQ P. M. i oramAt?c?fIst?va?' ';': ';'""H'B-:'"::':':'- ? JULIA ARTHUn. LIONEL AT"MU ..:' , .- PATRICIA COLLINC?: MO^. I CAN FARLEY JOSEPH HERIIERT, ALEX 1 KCSLOFF, ELSIE MACXAY MAR 5 CUERITE ?AMARA, CARROLL McCOMAS, JOHN L. SKINE OLIVE WYNDHAM S MONTAGUE LOVE, MAYNE LYNTf>N, SAXON KLING ??,! ..;!,, r ?? 1 \ '??'; >i ?ci i: s , i,,n.? v- , , . ,..-,... ,- , ,,-, ? , v ? ' ?-'??. i in m>: - ? :-!. to\MM lit-- .m i : . r- .??,-,,.,.,. , J I i Ir.,, i l| ? ? ' ?>? (ii ??- ,? f ..,, ,,,',-. ,-! r,i.. ?MOHvtj. fu 1. vMLjmmj?tmjrc m-., m On the Screen Sccrcl is <)u?! Huck Finn Muai Have Written Tiiie? for "A Conneciieul Yankee" By Harriette Underhil! '. , , ,. ? ??? i i the Cap! :,'?.. ?.. ? ? ? tiny r\;.>. I \\ \ ? I for the (if6t time that mud di . In , ;'. ?re "A Connectici i'a King Arthur's < ou rt,' running at thi Cent r il ?' ? ter foi mont is, E\ ery one has held it up to ? if perfect picture. There nas i been endless talk of the titles, which | ? ?.?' culled man?la o, wit, and much si.ulation as \i, who really wroTe s? ms foolii L'or us at ? ?i; '???.: day to raise our voice in a I ? ?- . . protest. If t here ? ?'' '??? :, ? !??> irho '.'.'i ota the titles ? think we can name the guilty man. i i' office I ?>.. know, for h< that all the time I ill you ? : : to kill him. However, the ; topic ? ?it? yesterday Bcreamcd ' So we must be wrong. a a number of good per ?" Especially liked William - Merlin, I he n: igici in, with ,-;i ? powder, and then there are George Siegm&nn and Henry Myers ar.:? Harry Myers and PauHne Stark and Rosemary Theby and Charles Clary, ail iioi;i? excellent work. But thie Connecticut Yankee belongs ex? clusively to William Fox. It is not Mark Twain's. Erick Bye sings an invocation t? the Sun God. the ballet performs prettily to the Louis X'.il Gavotte,and all without benefit of orchestra. !n st? ad of the overture .? lot of young ??cop'e in him and chite cap: a id L'owns sang selections frei' '"Faust." There are nlsr? a beautiful Prizma called "Grand rar,'.,." ,h(. Capitol News and a prologue to th picture. ; Three Biirne?l to Death ?n Airplane Accident Pilot and Two Passengers J)ie tu Fiantes in Cali? fornia EN A.LD BURG, i . ??? - -. \ .??_ ? . B rkc :? . - ? ? Bi ? J? .. banks, : v. illitts. Ca nd K Hudson, o? : pass? ng r?< Vir, ? ' en ?irplai ?CC-. ? ' on the outskirts late I i- lay. -__,i_y ?\-*~ '^^^ms?^^ ??we iteeora Between New York and San eaten by 12 Hours, 48 Minnies New York - Chicago Record Also Falls Francisco Four Essex touring cars, carrying the first United Stetes transcontinental motor mails, between New York and San Francisco, have ?et the time records for their respective direc? tions across the American continent. The distance each car travelled was 3347 miiea. The New York to Chicago automobile record was also beaten. The fastest Ezszx time waa made from San Francisco to New York in 4 days, 14 hours and 43 minutes, breaking the record by 12 hours, 48 minut.es. ? Reliability Proof That Speaks for Every Essex The average time for all four cars waa 4 days, 21 hours. These records cover the actual time from the moment the cars were checked out of New York and San Francisco with U. S. Mail, until they checked in at their respective destinations on opposite cides of the continent. The purpose of this Essex test was to prove its reliability, not merely with one car, but with four. The closeness of the respective transcontinental time for the four cars, proves the consistency of performance and endurance that characterizes all Essex cars. Every re? quirement of motor car performance was met a thousand times by these cars, in their cross continent run. Consider that hundreds of cars have at? tempted to break the transcontinental record. You have rarely heard of these attempts for the failures have not been given circulation. Yet isn't it a remarkable and convincing proof of Essex ability and endurance that the only four Essex cars that ever challenged for the coveted transcontinental record were in ever/ case successful? The foregoing announcement: was pahHshcd a year ago. 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