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1 11nPtrlAKomoblleTbOIBUI o
1 TOledO anti CbrlUe Are eleetedlDL
CITY Sept 22Tbe eJiminatJonfor
American automobiles whichrtwented area
to hold tho
a uam In an attempt
form 8eDted for International oompetitlo
j vnUiaro K Vinderbllt Jr wore heldIbo
oourllO today Altopther ar
Ibo ClIP
p r unoatlKfactory result could not weJbeen
Jbeen Imagined Three cars alone ofwthethat
p ye twelve that started were able to Ontoto
the raw wall called off The beetOat
Oat today WIU the comparatively UghMwered
powered locomobile entered by 8 TvT
vT Jr and driven by Joeephi Tracyuticar
n home first by a handsonv52n
52n a victory that wan deserved on thIto
ptrfurmanooll of the car as thcb yIn
Ito todays competitionSteept
1 Licept for on flop deliberately planneihS
hS the distance of 2871 mile by Tract
smooth and free throughouhol
wbolo courwv Not once when hedown camedown
luklni I down the long stretch past the graniGlcould
aad could his engine be heard to mtaa or Irtak
irak It never ran no well before amihoneP
rttTDot only WIS the leader by 23 mlnuulIeOOnM
I IeOOnM Oer Jlubert Le Dlon drvug abonepower
4 bonepower Thomas In actual eIapebut
but on three feporoto laps he went fardet
to the best figures for a single cirOulttile
Ito ww course He recorded his thinpi
pi In 80 minutes 84 seconds hU fourth IrinutP
mutes 4S 15 seconds and then after heDqUIsb
Mulshed the lead to devote a bit ojTto i
jTto replenish tho oil and gasolene In Waud
find changing the tires he came out amthe
the sixth circuit of 2071 mile in 21mtoWWKCflndfi
mtoWWKCflndfi Mile a minute workUjhly
Ujhly creditable on a course like thatd
It d over todaylft
1 iftfr Le Blont Thomas which waant7
gently chorf of work for the race hadn
n In It was followed nearly an hourr
Elwood Hayness 60 honepower
ir by E ° °
raw car driven by H N Harding Attime
It time Herbert H Lyttle had coveredrounds
rounds of the cou rue In the PopeToledoi
i I Walter Christie in hL 80 horsepower
ifetle had a considerable lead over thejprMiller
jprMiller entry driven by Lawwelllough
lough on the official record each hadtiit
tiit for eight lapst
t m at thb time that the referee defcj
fcj that the race should be cut shortHUM
HUM many persons were crowding outiths
the road Just below the dangerous turnUkeville
Ifter Mr Vanderbilt had called the conI
I off he bad the telephones all goingtrder
order to find out the relative positionsthe
the PopeToledo Christie and Frayer
iar nrs all three of them having passediitud
iitud within the half hour precedingitlae
lime Mr Vanderbilt stopped the raceitt
the PopeToledo had started on itsil
il round of the course he placed it inrth
rth position on the team and gave toI
I Christie machine the fifth place aam
m nearly half an hour ahead of LAWQl
Ql FrayerMiller The five cars thatffPment
1 represent America against the threetip
tip teams on October 8 are Loccrnoi
i Thomas Haynes PopeToledo andriitie
The time performances wen as followsVWUIUX
Ten circuit of tours 071 milts per lapStart
Start Inllll Ttmifirtnruiiltchini
S firtnruiiltchini flU KM B B MSms
ms Iner w > bursBwtfLonnubUr
wtfLonnubUr A 10 11 W 4S S rztltnVBIOGlUborn 2tunLf
tunLf Bioalt Uors9nerTbonui
nerTbonui a OS II M s J M raN
X Hirtlnf eqrMma bor entrHiinti
ntrHiinti ft II U S7 23 A ill SOH
H Lytta ISO horseowfr
owfr Pope Toledo 9mtu
mtu sot 631a3fhi1iUeo
rbrutleV bnrir powerlirHUf
lirHUf < J rounds 6 03 6 20 34urtUwwellno
urtUwwellno homeour
our FrayerMliler 8oaia
oaia 607fl 6 eOnJOOO
It is sate to my that along the ciroultnwere
nwere lined up 3X > 000 persons whoilithard
ilithard to get a look at the racerstttr
tttr dashed by and on many ofi
i fevo straight stretches endangered
r lives and those nf the drivers byttag
ttag out ton close to the flyimr canhen
wben they han to arrive at the courseifapcsxibic
ifapcsxibic in fix definitely There weren
n s on hand in waiting for the acerd
day ao A lot of persons ran downa
a be city and from nearby placesi
i parkins room and then proceededgo
go to sleep in their cars while awaiting
dim and the big race Not only wasitnieofencosed
true or encolfd cars with the limoUsmesbutalso
sbutalso of Home of the regulationtouring
touring cars where the occupantsf
f free from the effects of night dewsTt
Tt > T wrapping around them long rubberMf
keta man who went about said that8I
Mf no less than WX such camping pariMfore
before the race begant
t Will impofstble to estimate the numM
IIIt variety of automobile that werel
> ji alongRldo the courso If therew
w 3oonno persons there it seemed asiwre
there were about one automobile toT
rr twenty ncroorw They repreeentedtYPPI
7 tYPPI iesiinerfl Idea and horseJ
taM lad a lot ot merry little ellmll1
l1 n trial on the way out The policewactolafew
ulto1 a tAW elimination trials on theira
a account and there were some thatM
M that had trouble getting to thet
jw wai one other noticeable featureMore
the crowd and thllt Wall the preaenoo1Il0re
More of what Is called the tough elementv
+ n eter before The early morning
IS on the Long Island Railroad whicha
ad the bulk of the visitors of the nonmofcile
mofcile type to the scene of action werewith
lIted with the rowdy and smart ladse
the claa that hM come to be 110 ob I
tJonalole to perllOnll who have to ridei
eevted anrl subway trains in this cityof
lfldays The Incongruity ot the inot
t of such persons In the automobilew
was striking What brought themU
I It IS hard to explain and they cerYouch
ely Youch t1 no reason In supportTtwng
U Ttwng they did The persons who
JfL the early specials in Mineola anddUTy
Jonrv this morning did not relish thetown
town walk to the course In such coinSRoTate
hottlarcommodaUonll at Garden City
lola Wtjry Lakevlll and RoIIlynInlrhetch
beii Iretchj to the limit and the ann
J m the neighborhood such as weroi
to accomModate motoring strangersf
a lot ° f business The crowds fromwrted
started out toward various point onmi2d
Course early In the day In tact thebe
be mi2d opposite the starting line began iatr
1led aft inlf past 2 oclock The longcho
np of rood that wound down the
cho tumpikf glittered and shone In theUtter
blight do the automobile army AUtollan
and whizzed and grunted In fromlnglde
aide and their constant paYing and
log In the damp darkness of an early
mn morning before daybreak Wallottur
ottur with a peculiar cold glitter byno
t7kne tanks way up at the top ofthing
fatdstand Although everything wasivers
dark and some of the drivel wereh
toocaretul no one was hurt In thatb
befors the dawn began to breaki
h i ds o clock had come aroundid
tnda all along the course were well
but naturally that at Wtfltbury wasen
rrl the ti ot all giving IAlt didhi
kflowl1ge of the stanllng ofeach driver
NdLml performance for the circuital heRdfan
rand tan1 crowd at an automobileLcv
te etitio III not unlike the show circleor
or th list of the lazed at Inme
lellual Lcv Show It Is always aboutPenns
me pen nll who do the same thing
one manor WOOAB may be iceI
i 1L 2
fS ally well known for hWor berikt aIYhelbDIP
tap fr horses rathor than toward toJPoloa
bite then are enough cases arrayed oik tMother
other ride to make the thing bilaooow
w K VAKDEHHILT JRAmong ARV zaatvAmong
Among the early ar rivals wu WK
Vanderbilt Jrl donor of the trophy onwho p
who arrived before Itwu light and rtroLtaround dround
around with an old blue cap on his heaand
and a gray sweater wrapped round blsneck
neck by the arms He did not t portbls
favorite old time coat whlchs baa come
to bo known well rOIJmoetlnp Mr
Vanderbilt was there and she 1ith
Mn Peter Martin Kat 10 the ooJ dlrectlr
over tho finish line The next box WIlKthat
that of Payne Whitney who WM n eXQOIlentmood
mood and led an impromptu choru In
ringing such epics as Glvo Ua a Drink
Bartender and Waltlnic at the Chilrchthe
the apparent Incongruity bt which corn
bination struck him only as funny Jleand
and W K lrj carne out very Btrohjr on theMy
My wire wont let me line willie Mn
Vanderbilt smiled and tried to look roal
firm as if she knew that her consent osrtainly
tainly was neOOtlMJY t aJlY undertakingyne
Puyne Thompson was alongwith WhllneF
F Ambrose Clark far removed from hiliove
loved steeplechasers was on hanoT ando
sot far frens him Irm nn rw iripm JrOliver
Oliver Harriman Arthur IseHn ChatleBteela
Steele and Mortimer L Bchlff made upsort aIIOrt
sort of financial quintet Samuel IMann
Babcock FranOis OJJ hop Sidney BmltE y
W E D Stokes Benjamin ButlerJMann
Mann Marshall Doolger Georgo IshaBoott
Boott Ralph Peters Ix > wta WatonEuiconiPeter
Peter and B T Davis Jr were anaobthe
the men in the standsSidney
Sidney Si Breeae and billfll i were Inone
one box near the Vanderbilts with thefather lrlfather
father and Oexirgo Heath who won ttiiVanderbllt
Vanderbilt cup uln 1004 Mr and MrsCharles
Charles Q OateavC C WortlrinrtQDA PKountzeJMf
Kountzo Mrs Com l1as F Well rndMI
Mrs J vsgOOd Poll 10ft and Mrs MoOPatte
Patterson Mr and Mrs E RThoman ofBurralo
Buffalo and daughter Mr and Mrs RobertDunlap
Dunlap Mrs Henry Brady Jr of Scranton
ton Mr and Mrs Charles A Singer Itlrand
and Mrs John F plupimer Mrs HermanB
B Duryea Ja rnes Lawrence Frees andMilia
MIsa Elizabeth Morton fclab were noted icthe
the throngPRIVATE 4PRIATn
Thomas Hitchcock Jr had > privategrandstand
grandstand all to himself on the opposltieldeof
side of the rood The course > runf clghlalongside
alongside the Hitchcock training track andstables II1l4bl
stables and in recognition the generorfJljwere
ot Mr H1toboockinJott1ng tbeoup conimission
mission have ho groU1dnqlte neeofcharg
charge the at4nd tLB put Ilntor 111mAugwlt
August DeIinobt 1tmond 1JelmontandAugust
August Jr Peter erxy lln Thomas1I1tcbcock
1I1tcbcock and Mr Come Ius hFeliowiwere
were among those Who were in the standfrom
from time to time Mr and Mrs H ITJoy
Joy of Detroit J A Holtister AL RikerRobert
Robert Lee Morrell Mr and Mrs J DMaxwell
Maxwell Mr and Mrs Benjamin BriscoeJ
J w ThompeonR H WillUmsand A JMoultoh
Moulton went among the persons prominent I
nent in the automobile Jino ILL Dqwdcnwith
with tho Flying Dutchman Jhas beenbusy
busy around the course for thsJat fewdaysshowing
days howlng the car which still sports thefigure
figure 3 ullfd some time ago in g big raceat
at Ormonde Beafch in FloridaKEBLBR
With the sun up and the crowd outof
of bedand there on hand there Was nothingleft
left to do but lltart the races It waqonly alittle
little after 520 when Ernest Keeler who hodbeen
been wandering all about the Wettburystreets
streets earlier m thp rooming In his Oldsifirst
mobile came ripping along the Jetlcho turnpike
pike With his exha1l1 pulling and roaringTberewerecheersforhfm
There were obers for him because hewas tbefint
first Keeler sported a huge black cignrand
and he and his meChanlo were dressedwitbgray
gray sweaters underneath ordinary veetaquite
quite a contrast to the fancy garb of LeMonginl
Blon and the other ThollUll team memberMon
Mon nI with his Matheson carl got tipvery
very shortly after Heeler and the big handsome
some Italian who had not been seen muchon
on the course was wonnly greyed by thegrand
grand stand and made a hit at once Herflameat
bertLyttle with lil P Toledobrwthjngflame
flameat every Imp was the next to shownpand
and he and Koefer stood toethtr antismoked
smoked very close to aurge oil tank thatLyttl
Lyttl < R man was examining Tracy Roberts
efts Hnrding Oulllols the latter coming
Op with a recklewn dos Lee Frajrer loBlou
Bloc Christie Belden anff LawwoUfollowed
in order That wax all the men to drive theearn
earn because the Maxwell companyhaddecided
decided not to send Wally Owen putA Wi amade
made over touring car and the BL Mhad I
had one of Its cylinders smashed IM daybefore
Ttacy bad on A long gray rubber coatand
and an exaggerated ruff of rubber about hisulfaco
neck Io Blonl long l81Ltmlne ndmourn1rul
rul face gave the le to his reputation torduh
dash and daring as a driver Call1ol Jever
ever so much bigger than almost anyotherf
of tho drivers had a hard time gettinghis
his car into line at the request of the starterWe
Eventually the twelve aid get lined upKeeler
Keeler No J lIlonginljNot RobertaNo6ChrillUe
ChrillUe No II LawwelL Noll being on theaide
aide nearest the public grand stand Thereros
WM no No 13 because as the programme
aid it had been elimInated because ofleneral
general superstition associated with ILhe
The even numbered starters were on thepposite
pposite side and they were In order Ly ttlelaillols
laillols Le Eton Frayer Tracy Hardingnd
and Bolden The scheme was to get thears
oalft away one at a time coming from alternate
ate sides with a minute interval startinghe
the first one at CI oclockThe
The first part of this prograrnme wprkedo
to perfection Keeler got his car intoine
line and Charley Dleges tapped off theeconds
econds on his back until the heavy handnd
came down hard along wIth the cry 001and
and Koelor slipped out slowly to stait theace
race for eltoiinatlonUONOINI
Lyttlea car was very sluggish but hefIOOn
fIOOn disappeared In a cloud of cius t towardrerjdI
Jerlcbo Mangini gave a most remarkableshibition
exhibition of skill with the wheel and heime
carne away from the mark exactly on theord
word and yet running under almost fullpeed
peed with such cleverness that the standocked
rocked with commendation Not a fewlemons
lemons then made a prediction that Moninl >
tint and the weight carrying Mathewmrould
rould be heard from in the race Caillolsad
had some trouble with his tires and ho waslelayed
delayed twentyfive seconds of the minutehat
hat should have followed his departureBecause
Because ho could not get things goingVhen
When he did get the car started he zippedaward
award a young man with a red flag whobought
bought he could stop the Frenchmanluckily
luckily the young man got out of the wayfore
before they metLe
Le Blon had his troubles too becausele
crank bis and he IIollt
he simply could hot car
oat almost half a minute before the linesot
got working right Then he gave an exhibition
iltion of the way to start fast and keepDing
going As if > the accidents to the otherRoberta
two Thomas cars were not bad enoughRoberiR
Roberta broke one of his valve rods whichipped
ripped the hood This had tobe taken offnd
and thrown aside It served later asaln ain
t aln shield for a middle aged man whoit
tat In the first row of the grandstand Theion
man put his head through otto of the exhaust
must pipe holes and presented a uniquend
nd pleasing fUru reThe
The FrayerMiller making an odd sightrlth
rlth the driver on the left side and the meihanlo
ihanlo on the right reverse of the style Inbe
the other cannot away without much fussnd
nd Christie 8111 usual had his nr well inland
land Lawwells FrayerMiller followedjid
and then Tracy went away like a shot followed
owed by a tremendous burst Qf cheernowledgment
lie smilingly waved lila right hand macinowledgment
nowledgment to the compliment OB hewept
wept out of sight The last Car to get offtaldens
taldens FrayerMiller moved about astop
muoh 811 five feet and tnen came to a deadatop
atop For a while the tow nervous onesnO
rem afraid that tqttlo or somebody el8egll
We around for hi nod lap would bumpthe
the c with the extension in the Muwwvyut
but It managed to get out of the way afterwhile
a while
About the very first returns was thatallloln
allloln had broken one of hU cylinders andas
Calol hd the remalnnjr
Sag proceeding In difficulty on rminIng
WI pring Frayer stopped at RoslynU
U one radius rod and a flat tire andhat
hat wa all for him r the day Keelerlidnt
lidnt show up torn long time and all sorts ofrild
slid rumors were hoard that he had come idTlef
Tlef rmors other than having the exhaustjack
jack fire Into hi carburetor and burn puthat
hat somewhat valuable piece of furniture
ho wan all right Of course the car quitunning
running His first lap took him two hoursnA
rnning ftt when he didVMitually
nA fourteen minutes to make ne
VMitually struggle homelatheoon
The news that llonsll had wrapned theMatheaarunl
latheoon around a pole on Manislett
Matheaarunl plO
1 quite plnloly was reoslrexi early
I the day befqra the harjdsome Itdlari hanegotiated
negotiated a single UK Four can weithuatout
thuatout of the running practically at thstart
start Trouble with his magn t rand 01
and gasolene also helped to put Callloltotally
totally alit of the game Robertas ThomnBeldens
t11 ot last long with abrokon valve r
Beldens FriyerMillcr which had uchtrible
trdiible togot started was worked up Int
such a frenry that on the fifth lap It hadbe t
be withdrawn because tho engine wu overheat
heated That left th field t five car
Fpr the first lap Lyttle was the Jeadeana
and he held this advantage for still anothetilrcult
Circuit when h slipped back to scconcwhile
wbe IIlwp
while LeBloh gained tho advantage Tracwaa
was ahead In the fourth having como upfrm
from ahe Lyttle still was send HIlitre
tire troubles Vert what rtilned his clianceiIn
In the fifth Le Don went back into the leabecause
because Tracy used up several minutes I
overhaulingtoe car and ash raid putt inwith
I new gllee and oil lie got back his ledwith
with the sixthround only t be outstrlppeby
by Le Blon In the seventh By less thanminute I
minute Le Blonvvois first in the eighth buthe
he went totally out of It in the ninth whoi
i Traoyran very clol t minute as agaiDlltnerly
nearly 47 for the Frenchman whose tirecertainly
certainly Wore not doing their workI
I There was one unpleasant feature oi inmanagement Gzlgement
management and that was that althoughwlraLenoo awlrtce
wlraLenoo had been put up for a thousinifeet
feet to the wet of the grand stand towanMineola
Mineola the vast ofrowd of persons gathemat
at the dageroua turn of Mineola avenuInto
Into the turnpike persisted in rushing outthereeh
there each time a racer hove in eightAutomobllists
Automobllists accustomed to gettlnigouged
AuLomobUltll are acstom getinggouged
gouged on pricesvbut the way they werhiked
hiked rdn them toy was a crime beyomnopbxsf
nopbxsf pardon Qoffeo of the perhapskind
kind was value at 10 cents per small cupand
and It w an bmlnabl bevllftgeClprtht
CijcaraMhat ought to be ashamed whenoenW
oenW is asked for them sold at 15 centswhile
while cigar 4t pricea just doubled Thithe
only thing anybody got fornothlng reprte
the whole afternoon a a cigarette giveto
to a native of Garden City by a via
Mr Breea rand Mr Vanderbilt got tir
onVtlme ot B Peer Prunty saFtower Y
Flower Hill and they called him oveand
and osrfully Instructed him that hellhouid
should say Arbor W Peter who hadannounced
announced before moat of the younicrowned
crowned heads of Europe bore his part ofthQ
tho conversation well and retired with thiraceof
raceof a duohesajeaving royal prj
once VAparty
Aparty o French persons had every one
Ktrhgry about th middle of the ihornlniJu
Ju q they produced a little Frnh motoor
haper whl was = tilled with plpr
f Doi2or the makings They hM neveradifferent
different kinds of Kandwlches and slices ofdlckl
Chicken were served on white enameledlipodr
lipodr trays When that part of the meawas
ten tbt prt
was over one of the men in the party breweta
a pot of cocoa over a little spirit lamp
Everjr one was iultjV envloun N BIledid
did not wash th brkfast dillhe
lot ties the Early Lvhiler Cites WayTracy toTaey
I Tracy and Le nionGxnDEN
GxnDEN CITT Sept flJn spite of themlsglvipgs
misgivings of thermleanthrppes the seconcannualoccasion
annualoccasion upon which an elimlnatiotrial
trial was necessary to nelect the Americateam
team I tho Yandefbilt cup taco wan nomarred
marred byany connection with the hoodonumber
number 13 an after all there were but ancven
ven dozen of cam sent away this morningOf
Of the twelve drivers Mqnglni made themost
most sensational start while Belden inFrayerMiller
FrayerMiller No3 which woo 16 in tho6ftciai
6ftciai Jist was the slowest to leave themark
mark afta Starter F J Wagner hadcbtintdd
cbtintdd ten backward In his earJoe I
Joe Tracy wan about the only driverwho
who received muchyof an ovation when hedroye
droye up to the starting line but the reception
tion accorded him then was a mero triflecompared
compared to tyo outburst of applause whentho
the Locomobile driver went over the tapea
a victor Colllois and Le Blon had a littledifficulty
difficulty in getting away Caillois beingdelayed
delayed for 25 Booonds and his compatriotine
ine second longer Roberta took 9 secondsto
after receiving the wordW
1 getaw y ftl reiving
W H Owen the Maxwell pilot was thedriver
driver whose withdrawal brought tho fielddown
down to a dozcri J D Maxwell whoentered
entered the racersent a letter to ChairmanThompson
rl racr
Thompson very late lat night making aformal
formal declaration that his car would notstart
start in the contestDisaster
Disaster began 19 overtake the machlnexin
in the very first Tound Leo A Frayerdriving
driving one of the tkre Fryer lier carswas
was elrmlnatpdi In the first round and hadto
to stop at Roslyn because one of the radiusrods
rods on his machine was broken TheMatheson
Matheson had gone but about 300 yardsfurther
further than the twenty mile point of thefirst
first found when it smisheri into a treeMonginl
Monginl was rather badly shaken up aftertheaccident
Iho accident add could not give a verycoherent
coherent account of what happened Hedidnot
didnot think he wan going faster thanfifty
fifty miles an hour up the Manhattwet hilland
and said he had not l > een trying to passLyttle
Lyttle as was reported One at the reartireson
tireson his racer was punctured and thisrio
tron rcer WII puncture
no doubt was a contrIbutory cause of hisrunning
running into a telEgraph pole The mecliahlo
cliahlo was not at all hurt when ho andMonginl
Monginl were thrown out of the racerMonglni
Monglni however wait projected up intothe
the air but does not remember strikingthe
the wires Btrungoverhekd He fell on hisright
right wrist which ho sprained a few daysago
ago and he was very badly bruised He waataken
taken to the Garden City Hotel where adoctor
doctor attended himJoe
Joe Tracy lost < H minutes on the firstround
round while a punctured tire was beingreplaced
replaced When the damaged tire wasremoved
removed from the rim itwas discoveredthat
that the tube had been pinched when thetire
tire had been put on the car on Thursdaynight
Lyttle who had started second wastho
tho first to pass the jtand again and histime
time of 32 minutes 33 seconds was the fastestfor
for the first round Le Blon followedhim
him and then came Christie Belden andHarding
Harding Tracy was tho sixth driver top
pass the stand on tho first round and hewas
A followed at considerable intervals byLawwell
Lawwell and Calllola Keeler did not complete
plete his first round until 8U oclock ormore
more than twice the time required by theother
other contestants Roberts waajthe slowestone
one In covering the circuit his time beingI
minutes and 40 secondsLyttle
I hour B mlnut andllLytte
Lyttle led again the second time pastthe
the stand and also led in total elapsed tlmoU
U Blon Tracy and Harding followed afterLyttle
Lyttle in the order named LyttleH totaltime
Lytte minutes 42 seconds his timeTor
time was 1 bour4 leonl tmefor
tme the second round being 32 minute 0McQhds
McQhds Ernest Eerier and his Oldsmobllehad
bile d to retire in the second lap as thesarburetor
sarburetor caught fireThough
crburtor Lyttle won first pAt the grandstand
stand at the end of the third lap Le Blonwa
wa the leader so far A total elapsed timewent
went having madethe round In 32 minutes
we lend Lyttlo and L Jnon bothwised
passed the stand before Tracy on the fourthound
round which rrc covered in 2 mlnutenjl
jl 15 seconds JUt after Tracy completed
pleted his fourth round the report cameibat
that ber had stopped at Mineola without
tbt finishing his first round ana was soItterly
bitterly likes disappointed that h won cryingLyttle
Lyttle was again the first to finish around
Lytte when he pawed the stand for thefifth
fifth time but L Blon was leading in thetime
time score having made the round in 32miniites
mindt lloor seconds Though they didnot
not complete their fourth rounds untilvery
very much later these were the Int roundsfor
for Roberts anti Belden Caillols managedto
t keep his car going In spit of a balkyLa
magneto for one round more than Robert
I get finished the sixth round aheadif
of Tracy but the latter displaced him inhe
I the time score having made tho courseor
or that round in 29 minutes 29 35 seconds
14 Blon kept bias place as leader past theland
land for the seventh round and was theeader
leader in time as well his time fo thin tripiver
aver the course having been 35 mlnutNII
I 8 seconds L Blon was first for bothlao
> lao and time I the eighth round hlibaa
lime for the round being 1 minutes o J8
H Over the highest powered racingcars
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IN THERepeating
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I Repeating its victory of last year The most phenomenal record ever made byA
A REGULAR 50HORSE POWER STOCK TOURING CAR in the history ofracing tracIng
Covering 297 miles in 6 hours and 25 minutes every lap of which was madeas
as regular as clockworkBeating
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The oldest manufacturers of motor cars in Americat
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The exclusive equipment of every American car entered for the Vanderbilt cup race eliminationsand
and finals made in yesterdays trials a record unequaled in the whole worlds history of great automobilecontests
contests Fiftytwo tires started in the race Only 8 were changed all on account of punctures or similaraccident
Joseph Tracer Locomobile first I have always used Diamond tires They gave wonderful satisfaction todayLe
Le Blon the great French driver Thomas second I find Diamond tires positively the best I ever rode on Ichanged
changed only one tire in this race I have been accustomed to change both rear tires twice in every such raceH
H N Harding Haynes third A puncture or two was my only trouble and I know the course was full of nailsHerbert
Herbert Lytlc PopeToledo fourth Diamond tires have always given me great service Barring an accident dueto
to puncture I had no trouble todayWalter
Walter Christie Christie fifth I want no better tires for the big race than the Diamonds t used today Theygave
gave absolute satisfactionThe
The brilliant French driver Caillois expressed unbounded satisfaction with Diamond tires saying They are veryvery
very fine I never dreamed that tires could be so fineYOU JYOU
YOU can have tires like these on YOUR car if you wish Yesterdays trials were the first public appearance ofour
our 1907 construction
78 Reade Street I WYORK TiE OHIO
seconds Tracy took tho lead In both placeand
and time wben he finished his ninth roundmaking
making It In 31 minutes 27 aeoondnTracyH
TracyH lout round wan completed In 34minutes
minutes 6 25 seconds and his total time forthe
the 2971 miles was 327 minutes 45 ueeonJnor
or 5 hours 27 minute 45 seconds Le Blonntime
time for the race distance was 1 hours 51mlnutt
mlnutt 2 seconds and Hardlnea timewaa
was 0 hours 25 minutes 39 secondsIteferee
Wi fere W K Vanderbilt Jr calledthe
the race off at 1250 oclock because thocrowd
crowd had swarmed onto the road at LkevOe
vflle and the toe was very thick for theentire
entire distance the course ran along theNorth
North Hempstead turnpike Lyttle whohad
had completed his ninth round and wasotlll
otlll going wax awarded fourth place andwaiter
waiter Christie who had finished hiseighth
eighth round was placed In fifth positionFrank
Frank Lawwell driver o FrayerMlllorNo
No2 was also on his ninth round when therace
race wan called off but was more thanfifteen
fifteen minutai behind Christie MontagueRoberts
Roberts who had completed four roundsdrove Idrove
drove up to the official stand at twelve mlnuloa
uloa after 1 oclock hut turned back towjirhi
bill quarters at Krugs when he saw the officials
dais had gone awayWalter
Walter Christie was handicapped durIng
Ing the race after his third round becausethe
the leather clutch was burned out and hewas
was also bothered by fire In the carburetorE
E II Belden FrayerMiller No 3 wascompelled
I Blden
compelled to Htop In his fifth round by abroken
broken wheel which was smashed whenhe
he ran into the ditch Jut after making thehairpin
U hairpin turn Lawwell FrayerMiller No
2 devised n novel manner t keep his cargoing
going after his fuel pipe broke In the sixthround
round atr mechanic took the cover offtho
tho coil box and poured gasolene into thecarburetor
carburetor so they could move underthe
the pars own power He said afterwardthat
that it was like being Iq an efficiency testfor
for the machine went seventeen miles onthe
the double contents of the coil box coverLawwoll
Lawwoll fixed tho feedpipe hut It brokeagain
again on his eighth round so the mechanicfed I
fed gasolene Into the carburetor for another
other seventeen miles until the car reachedLakevllle
Lakevllle There Lawwell borrowed abicycle
bicycle and rode to Mineola to get a fittingfor
for the pipe from a plumber Ho was stillgoing Ilg
going when the raoo was called offOn
lg the third round Jjawwell had tworear I
rear tires put on his machine and the tiremen
men took 81 minutes to do the job A balkymagneto I
magneto was what had hindered CailloismoHt
mOt but he would not talk about It EvenJoe
Jo Tracy had his mechanical troubled 8
the radiator leaked and he had to use extreme
treme care that tho scales from the Irwldflof
o the fuel Link would not clog up his carImrottor
Imrottor Traoy had I narrow escapefrom
from running Into Belden just after roundIng
Ing th hairpin turn where the FrayerMiller
Miller driver bad stopped In tb middle oftl
Mitr dver l
the road Tracy was going V rut and
T Sg
I Memed u bat h would trifca the
oar but somehow he managed to squeezeby
by without Injury I
The three can that had finished the fullcourse
course were weighed after the contest wascalled
called off as were the PopeToledo andChristie IGhrleti
Christie Lyttlo did not know he had qui I
fled for the team and the weighing in committee
mittee had to telephone to his quarters atBulls
Bulls Head for him to come t the scalesHe
He was asked to tell Christie to come alongtoo
too and finally showed up towing his ownracer
racer and Christies behind a touring carTracys
tcs toung
Tracys car weighed 2219 pounds themaximum
maximum allowed with a magneto LeBlonn
Blonn machine was a pound lighter tftanthe
the winning Locomobile while both HardIng
tag and Ly tiles racers weighed 2105 poundsThe
The Christie scaled at 1895 which Includeda
detachable rim and full supply tanksFrank
Frank Lawwell took his FrayerMillerNo
No 2 over t be weighed I the FrayerMiller
Miller concern Intended t enter a formalprotest
protest against the PopeToledo assertingthat
that It had broken down Just about the timeI
I the race was called off Tfct FrayerMillerdelegation
delegation is very anxious t have a car Inand
the final If pMible The NY that tbeircar
car would have been able to finish the ra
and that such was not the case with thePopeToledo
PopeToledo according to zealous partisansof
of the air cooled fln
Tracy averaged 544 mIles diirni hisvictorious
victorious race over the Nassau countycourse
lie Was Justice of the Supreme Court ofNew
New York In the Mlxili DlitrlriOerrit
Oerrit A Forbes Justice of the SupremeCourt
Court In the Mirth district died yesterdayat
at bin home in Canastota N Y after anIllness
Illness of several months He was 70 yearsold
old and had been a Supreme Court Justicesince
since 1887Justice
Justice Forbes was horn near Clockville
ville In the town of Lenox Madison countyon
on May 3018M He was the sixth of elevenchildren
children of Isaac J Forbes and AbigailHayles
Hayles Tho latter had been a schoolmateof
of Gerrit Smith the philanthropist andabolitionist
abolitionist for whom Justice Forties wasnamed I
named IHOBO J Forbes won a son ofJacob
Jacob Forbes a farmer of the seine townand I
and was one of the younger of thirteenchildren
children of whom tan were sons OerritA IA
A Forbes received a common school education
tion and in ratio he began the study of lawIn
In the often of B Franklin Chapman ofClockvillo
Clockvillo He was admitted to practicein
in Mav 1803 The following August heformed
formed a partnership with Judge Chapman
man He WM District Attorney from I
1871 to 1874 In 1884 he took the laO
George N Kennedy in the finn of Knndy ITrac
It Tracy of Syracuse N Y the firm namechanging
changing to FOr Brown A TraorJiutica
Justice For bid been a rwktoBt of I
Canastota since lM8 For many years howas
was president of tho board of educationIn
In that village Prior to his election aaJustlco
tlat viag
Justice he was attorney In many of themost
most important trials in central New Yorkanel
mOt Impornt
and had won recognition as an acute criminal
inal lawyerJustice
Justice Forbes was married on July 101M2
1 1802 to Miss Ellen Brooks of ClockvilloHis
Mi Elen
His wife together with one son Claude LForl
111 wie togther
Forbes who I engnged in the practice oflaw
law In Syracuse and one daughtQr MaudIrabelle
Irabelle who i now the wife of DanielF
F Kellogg of this city survives himSA3IVKL
Was One or the Urn Convicted of Com
pllclt In the llot to Amnlnate 1IIlolnWARINOTON
1 WASHINGTON Sept 22 Samuel BlandArnold
Arnold one of the men convicted of complicity
plicity in the plot to assassinate AbrahamLincoln
I Lincoln died on Friday at tho home of hissisterinlaw
sisterinlaw Mrs Helen T Arnold atWaverly
Waverly Md Arnold acknowledged thathe
he had been concerned In several plotsto
to abduct Mr Lincoln and carry him Inside
side the Confederate lines but he alwaysdenied
I denied that he was a party to the alw11
lion plot He was sentenced to life Imprisonment
prisonment In the Albany JenlentnI
I but afterward wart transferred to Dry I
Tortugaa He was ultimately pardoneVfMost
Most of his life since then WAS spent on hisfarm <
farm at Fair Haven In Anne Arundel countyMd
Md A fractured leg sent him to JohnsHopkins
Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and shortlythereafter
thereafter he contracted consumptionthe
the cause of his deathArnold
Arnold became A reclura after his release
I lease from prison and seldom had dealings
I ings with his neighbors A diary whichhe
i he kept In the Dry Tortugaa was Intendedto
to he published after his death but hewas I
was nernuaded to permit a newspaperto
to print It four years ago I was filledwill
with charges of cruel treatment Aroldwi
will be burled at Oreen Mount Cemetery
Baltimore where the Booth family has aplot
plot and where John Wilkes Booth 1 supposed
posed by many to be Interred Only oneof
of the Lincoln conspirators John SurrattIs
Is surviving
Obituary MotrCsrl
Carl Dnenwr a former resident of StIoil
Ioil In and one of the oldest newspaper men InAmerica
America died at oclock yesterday morningIn
In NVckarsuin WurternberK Germany Hnwas
was born In tKIO In Odeqhelm In the provinceof I
of BmlenUermany and studied law In Heidelhere
here He was a member o the Rtden Conrll 1Kremiini
rll and took an Important part In the Herman
man revolution or IP484H When the revolution
lion coiipard he succeeded In escapIng toHwltzerland
Switzerland where he remained severalyears
years lAter he ram to this country andwent
went to St Louis where h found employ
to visit or write Hob Roy Presto Kennels totlftrand
and let the tout IloMon terriers offered MVKOVW
W iToillXSON Kimlewooil N Jment
ment as associate editor of the Anttiqtr dnWmtrrn
Wmtrrn which he later resigned and established
llnnctl the follirhr Iott In IHS7 On accountor
or III health hn had to dispose of the paperIn
In 18AO and one rear later returned talany iernmny
181 having received amnesty from thoho
Crand UtiLe oC Jadpl Alter totral farf
ho was Induced by some of the leading citizensof
of St Louis to return and take charge ofthn
the paper which under his managementbecame
became nominally Prmcralio but not 1
party organ For several years t It paperunder
under his nmnaKPinent was an Independentpublication
publication but It dually represented thnIt
views of tire eltan Demorltll althol hIt
It was seldom that Mr Dnniier wouldknowledgH
knowledgH Its submissIon to party mandHteAfter
InowloCH Ill
After the consolidation or the itriqrr niulHchroer
Wiatfjchrlot In IHlo hI eave up his elorlliwork
work anti rptlrlol t srmany Mrs IohnhroErI
Hchroer wife or one of the present inn Kcrtof
of the n etllirhr foitl Is a dauKhterinilllp
inilllp F Kobbe of New Brighton Statenloland
ISland vicepresident and treasurer or theWestliifhoil
Westliifhoil Electrical Manufacturlna Coinpanr
panr < died at Ms country place Hlllfleldson
on Friday lie liad been m poor health forseveral
several le lie wan born In Xew Yorkon
taa 8
on October 24 1817 and was educsted InGermany
Octobr He became Interested In theeletrlcai
electrical business and was asmxiated withthe
the United Ktatf Kleutrlo Light Coinpunyuntil
until IdftO when I was absorbed by the WentInghouw
Inghouw company He was I director ofthe
the WesJInichoiiMj American IlrltUh andFrench
French companies In the civil war heserved
served as a member of the Tenth Companyof
of the New York Seventh Itrglment Ills NewYork
York residence was at Harbor Hill HUtenIsland
Island He was a member of the CalumetClub
Club Hoclety of the Colonial Wall and thoTtlchmond
Ttlchmond County Country Club He la survived
vived by his wife three daughters two sonssix
six brothers and a sister One of Mr Kobbesbrothers
brothers U Sen W A Kobbe t H Al andanother
another Is Oimtiv Kobbe musical and artcritic
critcWiill t Itoyer manager of The Maidand
and the Mjimniy company now touring Inthe
the West died at his home In Daisy town ntHutlrtf VMaugertles
Haugertles Thiirnday Three weeks ago hcame
came home sufferina with Drlihts diseasewhich
which caused his death With Joseph FInltMnf
InltMnf New York Mr Royce was InterestedIn
lie of llnffles Red FeatherHolly
In the production UamE nt rIol
Holly Tolty the lour of Eva Tanguayand
and other sttractlrnt He was for several
crab urvfvpi rears himWlllUm manager oi uanlrl Bully HU wlfourvfvpi
WlllUm Drown of the firm of BrownMIr AMiller
Miller engineers and michlnUta at 2 Mucusstied
MIr Jersey City died en Friday night HtBt
Bt Francis Ifoepitsi t 1 city In his sixtyF
ernth year Mo w a s formerly president rfth
th Hurt A Mitchell Compiny dry docks I r rlhed
lledct Dnnellerf N JKllJah
Elijah Cnlob Foster special attorney ofthe
the Department of Justice and husband ofJ
J Ellen Foster national president of ihoWomans
Womans Itepubllcan Association died InWashington
Washington at an early hour Saturday mornInc
Inc He wan born In Canada but wu ap
pointed to office from IOWA I
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