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4hc Atlantic Side Ute at Prxlro MlirnrJanI
anI Twi Other 4 nn Pacific KtrleUldltiof
of canal Icob lrcl Depth 4s l WtVAMUNafox
VAMUNafox Nov zTho IsthmianCanal
Canal Commit ton Uiued a statement fo4v
OAT describing the general lplanfor theconstruction
construction ot thoPanaraa Canal ltrlexplained
explained that th47i pf canal ooedby
by the iQinoritjr or Ue consulting boardla
la to form a sumj X ler < l about gtyf6feet
feet above the level of the sea which is tobe
be reaohoJ b1anrght of locks built exGatun
Gatun on the Atlantic side by one lock atPexlrpMguel
PexlrpMguel and 10 others nt La Bocaon
on Urn Paclfto Hide > Tlws locks are all to beIn
In duplicate I
Th summit level will be formed by theconstruction icoUltt
construction of a large dlm at Gatun anda
a smal one at Pedro Miguel A secondlake Ilake
lake with a surface elevation of 55 feetwilt
1 wilt be formed on the Pacific side betweenPedroMigueland
Pedro Miguel and Panama Bay by the conBtniction
Btniction of a dam at La Boca across themouth
mouth of the Bio Orande and another dambetween
c between Soca Bill and hlgt ground nearCbrozal
CbrozalFrom
it From the Caribbean Sea to the mouth ofthe
the Mindl River a channel Is tobe excavatedhaving
having a bottom width of SCO feet and adepth
depth of 45 feet below mean tide Fromtho
the mouth of the Mind to the Gatun locksthe
the width and depth are to be the samefrom
I Mlrom the sea to the mouth of the riverThe
r The Gatun locks are to be built In duplicate
cate The lift will bo overcome by a flightof
of three locks of 28 1 3 feet or by two locksof
of 421 feet each The Gatun dam will reachfrom
from a point near the Gatun Hills on whichthe
the locks are to be located to the bill 3300feet
feet westward in which the spillway willbe
be built The object of this dam is to formnrcservolrln
nrcservolrln which the floods of thoCbagreswill
will be received Its urea will be approximately
mately 110 square miles Works for regulating
lating the level of the lake will be situatedin
in the dills that lio mdway between twoextremes
extremes of the dam They will constHtof
of a system of gates constructed on foundations
Lions ot concrete The gutes will be almostcounterparts
counterparts of those used on tho ChicagoDrainage
Drainage CanalFrom
From the Gatun locks to San Pablo adistance
distance of about fifteen miles only a smallamount
amount of execaation will be requiredThe
The width of tho canal will be about 1000feet
feet and the depth 45 feet The growthfor
for fiftjr faet along thg shores hto bEtmo remoed
moed Further up the lake as the amountof
excavation necessary to obtain a depthof
of 45 feet increases the width of the channelI
t 1 will be decreased first to 800 feet then tomiles
IlOO then t 300 from Obispo to Las Cua4e
Maes a distance of abott one and a halfmiles
miles where the Culebra cut beginsThe
The channel from MaUchin toBas ObUpomay
may be narrowed to ion feet From LasCascades
S Cascades to Parnlso a distance of 47 milesthe
the width of the channel will be 200 feetThisis
This is the most difficult work of the wholeS
S canal construction From Paraixo the endS
S of Culebm 0 t to the Pedro Miguel lock adistance
5 distance than two miles the channelwill
will be 3no feet wide The Pedro Miguellock
lock will have a lift of 30 feet and will be induplicate
duplicate with approach walls at eachend
4 end From the lock for a distance of 187miles
miles the channel will be 600 feet wide andS
S will then be increased to 1000 feet for adistanceof
S distanceof 301 mile to Sosa Hill on tholocks
shore of Panama nw where tim ScMlocks
locks will be lilt These locks will be intwo
two flibts with lifts of 27J4 feet eachand
and will bo in duplicateA
A dam will be constructed acror the RioGrande
Grande from Pin Jan Hill to S oM Hillanother
5 another from Srea Hill to OrozalHill anda
a small dam from Cnroral Hill to the highground
t ground eastward These dams will forma
a lake known as Sim Lake It will harean
an ana of hht square miles and will beprovided
provided with regulation works for dlscharinij
charinij to Mrps waterFrm
Frm < the Sa lcV to deep water InPanama
Panama Bay a distance of four miles thechannel
channel is ta have a b tm width of 500fet
fet orul a denth of fifty loot below meantide
5 tide The moan rise and full of the tidefa
isnbMtflfUenftpiThe
The Panama JWlrvid will be relocatedthroughout
throughout almost tA entire distancefrom
from tlo moith r > f the Hindi Hiver to Panama1
amdind Bmo l rrv embankment willbe
5 be required to cros certain parU of GatunLake
LakeJMJVKilfS
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JMJVKilfS cvprrv 1l1FORJIIWoI11e
The Amercan Amxlatlnii Name n Innin
n 11 < llIn of HftrrnThe
cp The Dominating committee of the American
p ican Bankers Association having receivedS jsuggestions
S suggestions from meml > era of tho councilyestnfay jyoeterday
yoeterday chose the following to representthe I
the association on currency reform legislation
tionA S
A B Hepburn president of the ChaseNational
National Bank Jam > s B Foyan presidentS
S of the First National Chicago Myron THerrick jHerrick
Herrick of the Society for Savings Cleve tland
S land Festus J Wade president of the Mercantile
S cantile Trust Company St Louis JosephTTalbert
S Talbertvlceprllldent of the CommercialNationalist
Nationalist Louis Charles H Huttlg preridont
ridont of the Third National Ht Tx > uis JohnPerrinlpJldllIt IFerrinv
Ferrinv pfsidnit of the American NationalJudlanapolis iIndianapolis
Indianapolis Luther Drake president of thoMerchants
Merchants National Omaha Sol Wexlervlceprwident j
vlceprwident or the WhitneyCentral National
f S tional St Louis Robert Wardrop presidentof
of the Peoples National PittsburgTbesa
These ten together with live membersof
of the CUrrency committee appointed lastyrar
yrar will constitute the currency coming
c mIssion or the aSSoCiation The first meetS
S ing will be h > ld Monday November 12 atthe
the Now Willard Hotel Washington Atthis
this meeting the Chamber of Commercecommittee
5 committee on currency reform will be invited
vited to confer with tho comialfBtonCREDITORS
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CREDITORS SfK fOlt tSlIHCEWidow
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Widow tot Hisoooo for Which Premiumn
I n P alt tilth Defunct Conipinys FrtidiTOPEKA
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TOPEKA Kan Nov IA suit to recoverS
S H50000 for the creditors of tho Mount Carrnel
mol Coal Company has been prepared bythe
t the truten of the Charles J Devlin estateThe
S The suit is against Mrs Mary A DevlinAnd
S And tho purpose in to compel Mrs Devlin toturn
turn over to tho trustees the money receivedfrom
from Insurance on the life of her husbandThe
The contention of tho trustee is thatDevlin
S S Devlin paid1 tho premiums on these policiesamountng
amountIng to IJCOCCO from the luntlitthe ofhe
the Mount farmfll coal Company o whichhe
he was president The money that laIncontroversy
S controversy Is alleged to have been collectedby
by Mrs De tin on ttlxtoon life insurancepollclfs
pollclfsIt
S It in altered that if the premium on Innurance
S nurance policies arc paid wrongfully out ofmoney
money not belonging to tho Insured t he lawrequlrpu
requires that tho procewlri of tlm innuranee
be paid to tho partIes who would have beentbo
tho bcntlkilnrirw in case the money usedfor
for premiImM bud been paid wIth the know Ifd1tC
edge and consent of Its rightful owners1bu
f 1bu tho trUHtern contend tho TJevJinlhBur
lbeurmtj money should IK hold in n beneflolary
flolary fust fund for the credit of theMount
Mount Carmel Coal Ccm > anyten
telL mrii > rn nwiMtKitThe
The rtfrnirlllri nitiAii > imnunrmI a
1 I 54 cillarlul nil lInllTho
S ThoJjf per cent quarterly divfilend onAmoloan
Am lMn Ice ffecurltieH Iok predictedat
S at the time of tho do laratlon of g tv centbytheAinorloirflcnCoinpnny
by the Amorlnan CfCornpliny WDMdoclirwlyesterday
yesterday The latter dlvUlnnd whloh
Is payablfl Docnmhcr 15 will bring Into I horight
troIulr or the former oomJtlny n04rlyftfIOUlfh
IS ftfIOUlfh to pay 17 percent Ilhlilerul outright
right end morn than enough with Interestto
to permit four quarterly payments at anannurl
annurl rtte of 7 JJ pent The AmerjranTCA
TCA Securities stock dividend In payablJtnufttjt
Jtnufttjt > IU nti inlilnl dividend
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COUIADOland
S land hungeryou
you should goSouthwest TBXASo
Southwestand
5 and buy a farmHad
Had you done so ten years ago or even five you would be welloff
off today merely by increase in land valuesThere
F There is still some good land leftS
S Take a trip through the Santa Fe Southwest this Fall andsee
see the country for yourselffe
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Homeseekers Excursions
feSanta first and third Tuesdays monthly approximately
Santa Fe mately half fare one way and round tripExact
0 Exact rates on
requestNext
GWcDnirdc NovemberFt Next ExcursionGWcDnirdc 6GcoCDlllardGen
AttA T S Ft Ask for Santa Fi Soutbwett Und folder < ls 9 Tree
RNVn 377 broadway TIs Gavt Lns folder nrl copy of The Eirtbtbn
Ne York City Sants Fei monthlr Imnilfritlon journalTHERE
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THATwbara
wbara Enoi 0 Fruit Bolt has beta taken In the MrltoJ tUgMoi
oi A diaeaM it bM in Innumerable Inunoi prevented a ictiouUIoeM
fins The effect ofENDS >
ENDS FRUIT SALT
upon say dlaordered sleepier or feverish condition U simplyDurreUoui
DurreUoui and unsurpassed In fact itS
ISNATURES
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S MidDay LuncheonFaTorlts SS IFvorlt
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For Shoppers and TheatraGoersNoted INoted
Noted forDINNER
5 DINNER AND THEATftE SUPPERSBROAD
BROAD WAT SOTnanTTI STB ETiOROAD1TAY
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SOCCER LV vvnric SCIIOOLSUO11 Illoy
lloy to Start In nn Election Day ihithSehcdnte
Schrilnle of GameTbe I
Tbe Publlo School Athletic League hattaken I
taken up the game of soccer and those whoarc
arc Interested In the transplanted Britishsport
sport feel that with this move the future ofthe
the game in thIs country Is pretty well asmired
mired Formerly the college teams have hodto
to depend chlelly upon English students toleach
leach the Game to the native born candidatesIn
In a few years the boys going from the JilnhgchooU
gchooU to college will have a splendid groundiBK
tag In the technlqu of the tame Once It Inplayed
played with nktll by good men It will attractgreater
greater attentionTo
To further the scheme there has been atournament
tournament arranged for seven schools Inthe
the league Each team Is to play alt garaeaduring
during the neason which will last untilDecember
December 15 The very Orst of the gameswill
will be played next Tuesday election day
to start oil the boys on their soccer careersin
11w rules of the game u publlsbld recently
in the American soccer guide will be slightly
modifIed For one thins in deference to theyouth
youth and Inexperience of the players the
half time will be reduced to thirty minutes
Many of the bigger teams play forty minute
halves The intermission will be ten minutes
The other new rules are
Any local ground rules made necessary by
Irregularities of the field or by obstructionsteams
In the playing space shall be agreed upon by
the schoolll representatives In charge of the
teams before the game In xtarted
All games to start at 215 P M unless otherwise
wise agreed upon In advance Any team
falllnz to be on the grounds at 3i5 P Mexcept
except for some unavoidable cdute shall
forfeit the gameThehome
The horns team shall furnish the ball
bach game shall connt one point for tbewinning
winning team tie games hall count one
half point for each team The team winning
the greatest number of points shall be champion I
pionEach
rich school will make selection of a field
for Its home games and shall notify the otherschools I
schools The P 8 A I will supply theoRldals
oRldals for the contestsNovember
The fIIlhtdule for the season III at followsNoember I
November lJrleWllt Clinton II s vs Townsend
Harrl Hall Flushing II St vj Curtis M fl Jlorrls
II N vs Manual Tralnlnt IIovernher sNovember
November inr eVVUt Clinton H S vs Kltitblng
H N Townsend limit Mall U Merit 11 a
Curti II S vs Commerclnl ItSNovlmhfr
November 17DeWltt Clinton H S vs CurtisIT
n S Tnwnwnd Jlnrrll flail ViI Manual Training
tNii Flushing 1Jl 1v Vs Cornmerctal H Soeaber
oeaber 4leWIti union If B v a MoTile
IT H Townvnd Harris Hull VI Commercial H SFlushing
Flushing 11 S vs Manual Training II aOecrmbeT
Si
OecrmbeT IIXWItt Clinton f Ik vs Uanual
Training II S Townsfn1 Harris Hall vs CurtisH
H S Morris H vs Oommerrlat II S
December H OWItt Clinton H S vs Commrrclal >
clal II S riiisblnr M fi s Morris H S CurtisH
11 Sw Manual Training U SDffembtr
December ISTownwnJ IlarrU Hall vs FlushIng
Ine 1tI Curtis H s ra Morris II St ManualTraining
Training H S vs Commercial IIff sW
ff G llorkcfrllrr nea lf winBtTlMOnic
BtTlMOnic Mel Xov tAt the meet ofthe
the National Den ale Club today Interestcentred
centred In the concluding heat of the openClass I
Class A for don between 11 and E > InchesTheconteat
Theconteat had narrowed down to W 0flockefeliers
Rockefellers prompter and Dueller RIIIIIINordle
Nordley lien After ft lively rhase Prom pierOL
sot the dltllIton becniisi he caught the turnstoVs
blUlr lJai Wtt isrwjnd lames W Applltn
toVs Otho thIrd aid Kfltelers heservo fourth
The other ompletert claws wasV
laM AA for IArc IJltthe rlrst J W Wbrclln
clln e tadt rm at the IIrmpnoI Iesies ereondrorge
l orce W Posts Whaitnn Musicale third TA
lIudl Rltra 0ii or oodbroll i resre flit
A Cronmlller Clydrs lltannilllards
nilllardsTom
Tom Gallagher and Al Tnylor or Chicagowill
will inePt ut Maurice flaIrs room next wri > kIn
III nil IS 3 bulk line contest of IMM points In I
blocUs of 31U point each nlitlil Tnylur Imtju
JIII iirrivwl from IurN wnern tic has hoo111Ilnlt < > iiplaying
playing In lbs academieslenrirn I
lenrirn Hutlon hnil lh tablen liirnrd on >
him last night when ha wait iJefrntrd In anexhibition
exhibition gain by Edward MnlailKhlln Hfthe
the Mornlnvstar bllllnrd Hcuilriny MI ulihstrpi
strpi Mclnimhlln led throunthour iho gnmoand
and whn he made the required ant MM opponent I
ponent hud madeonly 147 point The winneraveraged
averaged 21 Bu and made hluh runs of 74 Mand
and 4ft while the champion at 181 balk ifnI arfrged
ged 17714 and marl nigh runs of 4837 aTerwI I
Jake Srhaefera twelveyearold son Jake4rwill
4rwill airs eghlhitico tameiatth McOrawaead
academy for a week starting tonight liewljipirrn
wljipirrn ft 1Urtf8Jt opponent every night I
011 t I aea1 50
AMONG THE AUTOMOBILIST3toucn
toucn GitoiD SKCVHKD ranHHiUVY
HHiUVY lOOlTrewtirfr
Trewtirfr nrporta to Plan and Scope Commltlcc
mltlcc the Herein or AiMHO > Volncvttry
ttry SubmrlpllonsAnto SlaBe UnesContfniplatrdfnrl
Contfniplatrdfnrl > cnns > lvanlB < onslpTV
W K Vanderbilt Jr presided over themeeting
meeting of the automobile highway i > lanand
and scope committee which was held yesterday
day at the Lawyers Club Jefferson Ui MontThompson
Thompson chairman of the A A A racingboard
board President Dare lIennen Morris oftho
tho Automobile Club of America A R Pardlncton
dlncton Ralph Peters and Venn Alvordbeing
being the others present Col John JacobAstor
Astor wan added to the list of Incorporatorsand
and directors Mr Thompson who is actingas
as treasurer reported that voluntary cubicrlptlona
icrlptlona amounting to 000000 have beenreceived
received to date Ho aluo reported upon thofirm
firm of the prospectus and subscriptionblank
blank It was announced that enough landhon
hon been offered to the committee wit houtcompensation
compensation to build a loop for the hlKhwayat
at Riverhead Those Interested In the projecthnvo
hnvo given up all Idea of having the Innsalong
along the highway run by tho company onthe
the club plan and have decided to have allsuch Isuch
such places run by private Individuals underlease
lease from the company There will beanother
another meeting on November 0A
A Philadelphia banking house Is rportedhao
ta have financed a project to operate severalautomobile
automobile stage lines In PennsylvaniaTh
The operating firm has lines between Philadelphia
delphia and Quakertown Heading and Harrisburg
burn and Delaware Wate Onp nnd Slroudsburg
burg The machines carry mall small express
press packages and paasengtrsMembers
Members of the Rutherford Motor Clubwill
will hold it run to Bernardaville on electionday
day The executive board Is evidently ofthe ithe
the opinion that the club numbers will voteearly
early for they have scheduled the start of therun
run for 0 oclock In the morning There willbe
be a half minute headway between earn so asto
to avoid dust The route going will bethrough I
JotOhLittle
through Passaic Athenla Great NotchLittle
Little Falls Singac FaIrfield Pine lirookParslppany iParslppany
Parslppany Oenvllle Mount Tabor andMorrlstown I
Morrlstown to Bernardsville The returnjourney
I
journey will be by way of Mcrrlitown Madison
ison Chatham Short Hills South OrangeOrange
Orange Dloomfleld and IJcllevllle to Rutherford
ford
Though there are several big automobilefactories
factories in UN midst the State of Wisconslithas
has but 2S llit nKCd automobiles withinIts
Its borders The total rewplts from licenseand
and license transfers have amounted to 1 2i8SIt
It hat been estimated that the licensed caraveragn
average SI70U In value and therefore thetotal
total value amounts to Mirjliioo MilwaukeeIs
Is of course In the lead of the cities therebeing
being 749 machines licensed In that cityThe
I
The future of the automobile particularlyHO
HO for as Us IIIII In tropical nountrK M conof
rerDld III rUlueaerlln thlJIollowlnar report liTU
U 1 Aufln CIJld of the bureau of Ialltlllnf
of Ihe Department of Commerce and LaborThat
That the horseless vehicleof whatever typenlso
Is also to prove of enormous and constantly
Increasing value In the tenipernte Ont It
where horsec mar be usedgoea without sayIng I
Inl II substitutIon for the horse wili Cunbl
niiin lo divotit to I he product Ion of food fnrliltiisrlf
liltiisrlf hat great area now rctiulred for tlmproduction
production of MUstvnanca for tile millions Iof
of bursts porformlng the duties which ihihor
tlnrselUs4 vehlrlii may iwrform WIIB hi
Improveineiit to piiullo health III the greatntiM
ntiM through lri reuil rlcunlliucs of streetsWOI
WOI I also im mi Important result lu tit iIn
In the troplrs however I rotmldtr of fven iKMiur
KMiur Inipurliitoi Ijemiie It ijsn Mtipply I
there I hI rllllfIQrtlIlon wnirhcnnnotbccausnnf
nf cllnillln romlitlons tw > aiipplld by tn <
horvK which have up in tIll tniiw prnvfdnatlsfuctory
satisfactory In the teinperats tonen
On the qtM tlon of wh > lhrr anything Is
being done In the w y of movement Ir tin
horseless vehicle toward the tropics I mayorsclm
say that Oermnr fpord 10 Chile In IIC
the latest year tel whICh J hav IIJ pbt
3810 worth of horseless vehicle built Cllrr
resight purposes and omttbina over 190000
I 1 h4u1l tU 11101 t J iise
se A S
A S r SI AirrOM IHUE8 Is AUTOMOBILESThe S IThe
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p
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The Blue Ribbon CarLowers JJLowers
Lowers the Worlds Track Recordat
S
at Empire City Track Oct 27 1906By
S By covering 50 miles in 53 minutes and 39 seconds at the Empire Track on Saturdaythe
the 40 Horsepower 1907 Oldsmobile driven by Ernest Keeler lowered the worlds 50 milestock
stock ca track record by 9 minutes and 40 seconds This is an average of a little betterthan I
than 56 miles an hour and WA made in the first half of the 100 mile race which Keelerlost
lost by a few seconds because of tire trouble The previous 50 mile record for stock carswas
was made at Philadelphia by a ca costing twice as much as the Oldsmobile and with 50per
per cent more powerIf
If the tim lost by Ernest Keeler in changing tires twice on the Oldsmobile in the 100minutes
mile race at the Empire Track 00 Saturday is deducted from his elapsed time his acualrnng
running time for the to miles is 1 hour 43 mInutes and 47 seconds This is fourteenmnues
minutes better than the worlds 100 mile track record held by Jap Clemens of IndianapolisKeeler
Keeler changed both of his front tires one in the fiftythird mile and the other in his ninetieth
tieth mile The socalled expert tire men took twelve minutes to Jake the first changeand
and ten minutes for the second In spite of this delay of 22 minutes Keel r was beatenatvthe
atvthe finish by a scant 200 yardsWhen
When a stripped touring car can do such work as this is it not equal to all your wantsfor
fo touring or ordinary useA
your A complete demonstration satisfactionTHE which we are always ready to give you will quickly prove this toyour
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THE 1907 OLDSMOBILEFLYING The ffev York Herald in ftportiry tn
ImpteeS
tOO milt race for touring cars at EmpireCity
S FLYING ROADSTERTb City Trick Oct 27 styttIt
I must b ore that the OMimobile
The Two Paaaenrer 40 horsepower Oldsmobile mobile wa the loclral winner sac It led forKlztyMTen
T To orapwer KlztyMTen times past the Jtidgta tad falling
la guaranteed to to at the rate of over CO mUte anbour blind twice by punctured tire and then overhauling
hauling the leaders until It almont bad the racewon
hour made to with IUPrice hullC IrI lmO ha ra
Notblnc yet ma compete I won at the century finish Another mile to towould
would have given the victory to tie Oldsmobile
Price > 37tO F O D LanttncUlch with Keeler drtvlncOLDSMOBILE 1t101
OLDSMOBILE I CO OF NEW YORKBroadway
Broadway and 51st Street New York
CUTTING A LARSON Proprietors
n > will exhibit only at the Screnth National Automobile Show at Madison flqcare Garden Jan 1219 1007
AUTO CAR PR CCI Homan1 SelfPropelled
AUO
relied Vehicles itO edition just issued right upcar
10 date Is the most complete boll on tte motorcar
rr practical fully illustrated OtX pages bando
o jiely bound Piles S2OO pout paid money backIf
I not Mttsfled Agent wanted Specimen pagestree
tree upon request TJ1EO AVDEL C 6
Sib av New YorkAutomobile
Automobile Owners Supply DepotWhere
Where supplies are RETAILED at WIILESL8rC
S VLE prices A visit will ronvtncn 1 and naverou
SL8rC
rou IIUNDIIBIig of doDars on your purchaseslou
lou Uroadway betueen Mat and Kd auTIMES
TIMES SQUARE AUTO COLargest
Largest Automobile lcalers In the UorldNew
Lrlat
New and secondband AUlomoblln2S
Its W < sth M three doer west of UroadwayFOR
FOR SALEIS I P PanSardaHo 1470 Renaultor
or will tnule both for SS4SII P Renault AddressWFSTKHN
WFSTKHN boa IDS Sun officeworth
worth of passenger automobiles to othert iI
I roolcnl wet ions The United Kingdom Rent InCane
1D0 nearly lYs wortbofatttoinooiles to theape I
Cane of Good Hope 130000 worth to NatalSlftOOniinortu
SlftOOniinortu to India and over 1200000 worthto
to Australia France sent In 1804 aboutJ57400D
J57400D worth to Algeria 80000 worth toTunis
Tunis S3Sooo worth to French IndoChlnaund
und to other French colonies about 70000In Iorh
worth Olr own exports of automobilesin
In the flsciil yenr 190S were about t3SOO000 Invalue
value and of thin amount 423ooo north wentto
to Mexico S 410W worth to the Welt Indiesnnd
and Itermmla 181000 worth to Dritish Australasia
tralasia IJSIKIO worth to South AmericaJMooo
JMooo worth to Asia and Oceania and toAfrica
Africa UOOIO worth thus Indicating that aboutto
onefourtn of our exporis of this nrld wentto
to tropical or subtropical countries and Inaddition
addition to this there were 107000 worth toHawaii
Hawaii and JMooo worth to Porto HlcoDiirlns
During the three months of the current fiscalyear
year for which we have figures 33 per cent ofour
our export of autoinobllvit went pr tropicalIt
and subtropical countriesIt
It would be herd to say whether or notthe
the obnoxious 1pnnsylvanla automobile lawhas
has anything to do with the case but It Is afact
fact that them are less than 11000cars registered
tered In the Keystone StateAfter
After It has been under compression forsome
some time a rubber washer lose both Ittthane
hane nnd spring and the same II true of theleather
leather washer Thin H generally found to belh
the eae when nny Joint In which they formIomlonnt acomponent
component tied Is taken down after standing
for some time and It will avoid annoyance tomake
make it a principle never to net up a joint ofltl
1118 kind without renewing the washers whenthey
they show any islcn of wear Once disturbedthe
the washer can seldom Iw replaced In exactlythn
the same ixxitbn an It occupied prevlollIyIt
it life Is so Car onc that It cannot radJustItll
itself to tho new place and a leak resultsThe
The president of u bin Detroit automobileconcern
concern iwtmly made the following remarksregarding
regarding motor driven vehicles Strength
In usually the first onideratlon with the purchaser
chaser of an nutomohllr Ht wants to knowhat
that whatever conditions may bo encountered
tered hit iimiiiin1 l capabluot imlllnit throughall
all right Next In Importance is tho itucstionof
of simplicity The ordinary owner oft marhlnt
rhine usually has little Inclination or time tofirnlliarlze
f jtnlllarl himself with a lot of detail and Intricate
tricate mechanism Iho less complicated thecar
car the marl Hutlritctory It Is going to proveIn
rOJlrooIn
In thi lonu run With tills fact In mind nndat
at the all time tnVInc cognizance of thegrowing
growing renllratlon that the car with re
nerve power and scatlntr capacity suflclent tomeet
meet all cnnrc ncles Is the cneapr t fromevery
every point of view in our factory every e ncrgy
orgy Is bcliiic rono > ntrat > d on the eliminationof
of unnccKHHury pnrH H > rvloeablpri sn andnlmpllctly
nlmpllctly have bcin our chief aim The automobile
mobile industry In no burr III nn exprrimental
mental singe I In nettling down to pi art leallinen
linen and one or the 11101 pncouraglnalcaturm
tires In this connection Is tho constantly Increasing
creasing tendency to qt together on I common 1
mon IB U working for the good of 1 concerned
cernod 1U
cerne
WSS I V45 BK4TKVFinal
Final of 1Vn suip MWII Tennis Ilanillcnp
Co r In Mica nrlnnrllDisplaylni
Displaying necressiveness and skill wlththfracquet
racquet hiss Orinnell dsfealed the nationallawn IIlwn
lawn tennl ehaninln Miss Helen Homantwc Itwe
twc sets tl one yesterday In the final matchof
of the woman singles handicap nt the WestSide 1
Side Lawn Tennis flub The rrntent wanhe
the undnlnhed competition for the honorsof
of the tournament which was postponed
becausi of iliirknni There wa plpnlll
gallery out lo witriHM the final I t
mt
aler nlt will Inal 8 rloplay
Played from start I I nnlh and In only iliscoml
scoml set did hiss llomaim Hciire an nilvnntAJte
vnntAJte und score I lie petS The Una scrros
as f l l I tutu I 1 In the lost sit 11
llomuns HIM several time wurret fiil In
hrlnirlnir the points to deuce and rrttlnffwithin
within slrlklfii cllnlnnne nf tio vlflnry butfrom
Irol her cld5 nt tle net hilts Cirlnnell scored
the vnnliiKi antI held Ihn infe had Thnsiimniriry
siimniriryWomsns
Womsns llnnrtlrsii Nlniles Final Round Ms
Orlnnell plu bait II iterated hips Helen MomansmlnuniCl
minus il GI IIMt 1 I 1JI 10111mlDu
ilay In liini 4nnnly lane Trnnls flubdnclo
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Trrr of the contfitiQU In tim autumnhandlcBp
handicap single McCammoi ard nonegained
gained ttwlr place hi the flnalrojmd of thatournameak
tournament ult te on Sf tb court of tb 1 KUitl
CLOSED CARS FORFALL
FALL AND WINTERS
S SWe offer now for prompt delivery
ONE 2025 H P C G V TOWN CAR Immediate Delivery
ONE 3035 H P C G V LIMOUSINE The perfection of style comfort
fort and luxury Delivery in 2 weeksONE
ONE 45 H P ENGLISH DAIMLER LIMOUSINE The car ofRoyalty I
Royalty Immediate delivery
ONE 25 H P C G V LANDAULET Delivery in 2 week
ONE 1216 H P DECAUVILLE Inside driven cabdelivery ImmediateHuppllei
deliverySTEARNS
STEARNS CLOSED CARS Delivery in 6 weeksFRANKLIN
FRANKLIN CLOSED CARS Delivery in 4 weeksThese
These cars can be seen at our Show RoomsWyckoff
G Wyckoff Church i PartridgeBroadway A I
Broadway at 56th S fret HupplleiBLISS AutoDroadway I
BLISS CARSGUARANTEED
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY 40 H P IMMEDIATE DELIVERYTHE
THE FIRST CAR lUlL T IN AMERICA ACKNOWLEDQED I
EDGED BY ALL TO BE THE EQUAL OF ANYFOREIGN
FOREIGN CAR COSTING TWICE AS MUCHBodUl I
BodIes by A T D marst A Co and flealu a CoFRANK
FRANK C ARMSTRONG E W BLISS COBROADWAY
BROADWAY AND 66TH STREETFOUTICAI
POliTICAL I POLITICALMASS
MASS MEETINGOF
OF TUE DEMOCRACY OP NEW YORK COUVTT ATDURLANDS
DURLANDS RIDING ACADEMYNo
No7 WEST 66th STREETAt
At 8 oclockOn
OnTONIGHT
TONICHT NOVEMBER 3rdTh
T Following Speakers will Address the MeetingHon
Bon W BOURKE COCA
Hon WILLIAM SULZER Hon THOMAS F GRADY
Hon RQLANU B MAHANY Hon JACOB MARKSDANIEL
DANIEL F COHALAN Esq Hon GEORGE F ROESCHADMISSION
ADMISSION WITHOUT TICKET I
BUSINESS CIIAMEWE IWE
WE are looking for a party with MOOOO t Invest
In securing franchises for the greatest moneynaklnr
waking Invention ever Introduced reference furnished
nished Particular atMrPONAIDWIGOIN1
MrPONAIDWIGOIN1 C 2S7 BroadwayPAIITV
PARTY wanted with 10 1 Invest In a biulnesa
flea manufacturIng a substitute for turpentinenothlnr
nothing like It on the market tberi Is a fortuneIn
In this far Investor Particulars atMfJ
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Tounly Lawn TennIs Club nrooklfn yestcr
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made I necessary to postpone the matchtititil
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