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tk 6 THE 1 f SUIVTUESDAY SUN su TUESD TUESDY Y MAY 1tfAY21 21 > 1907 7
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On lie Coniulrnry Charse l1IarEelIItAtratl l1IarEelIItAtratllIouse Maclstrate Maclstratelloutc
lloutc Ma Ia u Hold Hrrugham for Ioreerr IoreerrAlio lorGrrAhoDnrnhllm EorcryA1stUurnutm
Alio AhoDnrnhllm Bnrnham May Ma Ia Not ot lie Tried Until Untiltbe Untiltbe untilthe
tbe FallCourt Told Hes 1Ie Too III Now NowGeorge NowGeorro Nowceorgo
George n Scrughnm Scro lmm manager mana Iter of tho thainternational thoInlemtlolUll tho1nteti
international 1nteti ° I policyholders oomniitlco oomniitlcowill
t will havo to Bland trial for conspiracy in inthe Inri inthe
r the recent election of tho New York Life LifeInsurance LtruIneurnnoo Life1nurnnoe
ri Insurance Company Magistrate House Houseannounced HousIIannOllncOO
i > announced yesterday afternoon that ho howould hotxt het
1 txt t would hold ficrugham for trial In Special SpecialSessions SpeclnJfIe SpecialSe8on3
Sessions fIe e 1 O M In Jnan an opinion which hehandcd hehandcddown hoiJannd hornnc1eddown d dfi
fi > down Magistrate House said that th E there therewa tberowusu1l1olent
t wa wusu1l1olent a8 sufficient evidence before him to hold boldnot holdIJi holdnot
not only Scrugham but his two assistants assistantsVC IUIIIUllAntadF
f VC dF > F Carrlngton and Charles Stirrup for fortrial fortrial forj
IJi j trial which ho did didNothing didNothing didNothing
Nothing will bo done about the forgery forgerycharge forgeryD
4 D charge against agn t Bcrugham until later in inthe intj
tj 1 the week Magistrate House indicated indicatedthat Indicatedr
r that he would hold Scrugham for forgery forgeryIf
1 If that is I done Lawyer John B Stanch Stanchfield SlAnchfiftld Stanchfield
> field will get a writ of habeas corpus corpusTho oorpusThe corpusThe
The hearing was concluded yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoOn yesterdayafternoon
afternoon Leo Tobriner a lawyer of ofWashington ofWl11Iblngton ofWeshlngton
Washington D C Bald be sent a ballot ballotto
i to tho pollcyholdettB committee The bal ballot ballot La1k ¬
k lot with the name F C Darllngton on it itas Itu itU
u a witness was shown to him He said saidhe saidhe saidf
f he didnt know Darlington and the name namewasnt namowllllnt
1 wasnt on tho ballot when he h Rent it IL As Asdistant AsBisIAnI Assistant
distant District Attorney Smyth asked askedMm I18kedhim nakedhim
him If he had ever authorized Scrugrmm Scrugrmmto
I to sign Darlingtons name and he sold he hehad hehart hehart
hart iot Later Tobriner Tobrlnersent sent another anotherballot anotherlt anotherballot
ballot lt lot properly properlrwltnee witnessed ed as he was not notnuns notIlUrethat notsure
nuns IlUrethat that he had sent the first one He HeIdentified BoIdentlfiftd Hoidentified
Identified the good ballot ballotMr baUot1lr ballotMr
Mr Stanchfleld moved thnt U t tho chargo chargeagainst chargoagainst chargoa
a against Rcrugham be dismissed on the theground thot1Oul1d thei
i ground that a case had not been made out outNo outNo outNo
No evidence was produced In Scrughams Scrughamsfavor
favor Mr Stanchfleld said that there therewas thereW
1 was W JI not the slightest foundation on which whichto whichJ
J to support a I charge of conspiracy conspiracyMr
Mr Stanchfleld inquired about the charge chargoof
of forgery Mr Smyth said it would be becovered beoovered bep
p covered by the sections in the Penal Code Codeon
I on forgery In the third degree Mr Stanch Stanchfield SlAnohfield Stanchfield
field Mid he had looked up the law very verycarefully verrcarefully veryi
i carefully but there was nothing in the thetestimony thotestimony thetestimony
testimony to show hat Mr Scrugham Scrughamhad
1 bad committed forgery Because of other otherengagements otherengagemenla otherengagements
engagements which Mr Stanchflold has it itvaa itraa
vaa 88 decided not to go into the forgery forgerycharge torgerycharge
1 charge until later in the week weekTechnically weekTechnically weekTechnically
Technically tho examination was extended extendeduntil extendodIIntll ox tendedtintiltodaysothatScrugham
until tintiltodaysothatScrugham today eo that Scrugham could get bail bailHe baillie bailHe i
He was W JI ready to have a surety company companyco I
co o his bond but Magistrate House did not notthink notthink
4 think that it could be accepted Scrugham Scrughamwill
will give he bail this morning morningIt
It Is not likely that Frederick A Burnhara Burnharapresident BurnhamI Burnbampresident
I president pre ldent of the Mutual Reserve Life In Insurance InlIuranoe Insuranoe ¬
surance Company who is under Indictment Indictmentfor
for larceny in his management of the affairs affairsof
of the company will be tried until tho fall fallA
1 A motion for the postponement of the trial trialwas triali
i i < J was made yesterday before Justice Green Greenhaum GreenIf
If f i haum on the ground that Burnham is so sosick 80IIlck so4f
4f sick that it would l he > o a dangerous thing to toput toput
< 7 put him on trial now Burnham is confined confinedto
to his bed according to affidavits sub submitted Buhi ¬
t i i t mitted Buffering from diabetes and ear cartrouble earr eartrouble
r trouble
Wendell C Phillips Raid that Burnham had hadto hadear
3 oar ar trouble from which he Buffered when whenIX whent
to IX t he Was wanted as a I witness before tho thoj thorntrong thetrmatrong
j Armstrong committee Dr Phillips was wasi wasOPlled
t i called In just about a month ago when whennotice whonIotloo whennotice
< notice was served on Burnhams counsel counselthat oounseltbat counselthat
that he was about to be called for trial trialBurnham triali trialIlumbam
i Burnham and his physician ph38lcillntold told Dr Phillips Phillipsthai PhIlliprt
rt thai he Buffered from diabetes and vertigo vertigoDr
I Dr Phillips didnt know any more about aboutthat aooutthat aboutthat
that than what hat he had been b on told toldJ toldj toldit
J j It It was brought out by Assistant AsaislnlltDlstrict AsaislnlltDlstrictAttorney District Districtv DistrictAttorney
v Attorney Nott that when the application applicationfi applicationpj
pj for a change of venue was made for forflurn forflurnham Burn Burnham BurnI
I fi ham he made affidavit that he didnt think thinkL thinkhe
1 L L he could get a fair trial in this county but butf butnothing
r f nothing waR Bald about him being Hick Kicksj HickDr HickDr
sj Dr Alexander Lambert who oamined examinedBurnham oaminedt oaminedIlurnham
t Burnham said that he had diabetes but that thata thatundtr thatiindera
a undera undtr strict strictdlet diet he ought to be well enough enoughto
t to stand trial in sir sI wreks If he hadnt hadntI hadntImproed hadntimproved
I improved in that time he ought to be put puton puton puton
on trial and take the consequences Putting
him on trial at this time might endanger his hislife hisI hislife
I life Dr Lambert thought Dr Austin Austinf AustinFlint
f Hint gave similar testimony testimonyDr
t Dr David Bryaon Delavan and Dr John JohnR
r R Thacher wereappointodbyJusticoGroen wereappointodbyJusticoGroenhaum were appointed hyJURtiooGr n nhaum
haum to examine Biirnliain They hud hudu hadtroublo
A u troubln in finding his house but Dr Delavan Delavangol Deiaani
i 1 I got there In time to report port Into InttJln in the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon that he had found Burnhams ear enrtrouble Iarlrouble eartroube
trouble as described by Dr Phillips Dr DrA DrThacher DrThacher
A Thacher will make his report this morning morningto
to Justice Greenbaum who will then make makeknown TUakAknown makeknown
known his decision on the question of post postponement pottpcmement postponenuent ¬
ponement ponementWilliam ponenuenty
y William Hand Jr and John B Stanch Stanchfield Sianchfield Stanchfleld
field who appeared for Burnhnm both bothsaid bothMid bothsaid
said that their client was too ill 11110 to be called calledInto calledinto aliNiInto
Into court It was brought out that Burn Burnham Durnc Burnham
c ham likes sweet wine which arc rc not good goodI goodV
li V I for persons who have 118 diabetes dia tM It ap appeared IIPpeared apI
I peared that he had been n cured once but butgot blltt butgot
got beyond his doctors control controlIf
t i If the trial is postponed fir fl r fix Ix weeks it itwill itwill itwill
will bring it Into the summer months when whenther wheni whenthere
i there are few courts in oeasion 1 < 1 on That Thatwould Thatwould IlllltWould
would mean that the th trial wouldgooveruntil wouldgooveruntilthe wOllld go oorunli1 oorunli1the overunt U Uthe
the fall tRIIMlantlmo Meantime George Gror 1I Burnham Jr JrFredericks JrFredericks I
Fredericks Frl erick brother is serving time in Hing HingSine Hin HinS HinSing
S Sine Rln for f r the same transaction on uhicu uhicui whicIredericksritlbetiled i iPredenck
i Frederick Iredericksritlbetiled will be tried
i For Pnttlnc on Oflaflctcethe a Dctectlte to Wliom a aTransfer aL aTransfer
L Transfer Had Been Ghen GhenMagistrate Ghrntgltmte GhenMagistrate
< Magistrate Barlow in the th Eosex Market Marketpolice Markettt Marketpollee
police court yesterday morning found iuulilJt
0 i t Starter John Fay of the New Ne York City Cityf
tt t f Railway Company guilty uilt of disorderly oon oonduct oont
0 t duct in putting off a car of the company compllnyDetectlvo companyDetective
i Detective Knopple of the th Central Office OfficeI
I i r and fined tho starter Z which attorneys for fori
f 4 i p the company paid paidi
1 It i k > The row took place Saturday morning 11I0min 11I0minKnoppl morningr
r Knopple took a car nt the th V illiamshurg illiamshurgplaza l1liarn hurt
plaza Iaza uppoRing it went across tho bridge bridgeFinding IltidtEFinding
S Finding It did not he told the conductor conductorf
f j i of MB hi mistake and secured N seeuredatransfer < Iurodatmn a transfer or from froman
j > an agent of tho company This transfer tran rpr ho hooffered hAotrerNl hel
l L offered to tim conductor of R Manhattan ManhattancroMtown Manhattanv
v croMtown car and Ihe conductor refused to toaccept toaccept tor
r accept it Fay II tho starter took n hand bandwhen handt handwhen
t when the car reached Manhattan nnd put putKnopple plltKnQ pittc
c Knopple KnQ ple off the th oar The transfer trsn fcr rend rendTransfer readTransfer ad
t Transfer Agents Special Ticket TicketValid Ticketk TicketValid
k Valid for one fare on any Manhattan or orFerry orf orFerry
f Ferry bound car arllxoe except exoep t crosstown line from fromWilliamsburg fromt fromWilliamsburg
t Williamsburg Bridge Plaza PlazaMagistrate FlaMMagilltllll PlazaMagistrate
Magistrate Barlow held that Knopple In Inacquiring insoquiring
j acquiring the ticket n M tin did had a right to toexpect toIt toexpect
It expect ez t It to be valid Thn Magistrate Mapl tmte found foundout foundout foundout
out by questioning that tho ticket was wlUlltood wlUlltoodon good goodon
on cars going In the same direction nt the thosame IhnArne thesame
same tuna tlmllllnii and on the Mmo track as thn oar oarfrom Mrfrom oarfrom
from which the detective was put off for fornonpayment lornonpayment fornonpayment
nonpayment of fare fareKnopple fareKnopple fareKnoppis
Knopple had Inn ln car > trout Ith ut n reist reistShOe > MM MManoe l t tanoe
anoe 50 a cuffi of assault could not be marin madnout marinout niacinout
out against the starter starterGOT IItarterGo
l GOT Go stokes Doesnt Drlleie Orange Means Meansto Meanto Ilan Ilanto
to Bllcht lIrh Him HimTnBJrroN IIInlTJIINTON him1aaNro
TnBJrroN M J May 20 2fl4Jov Gov Govbelieves oo 51 Stokes StokesIliees < 11U > I ItJflIetII
believes there t is no nubstantial basis for thn thnreport thnPOtU thuf
f report POtU that the dtl7x dtiMIlH > rw of Orange pro propoped propoPed proposed
poped to offer ofierhim him a 1 deliberate alight at the thnoxeroisci III IIIoxeroilles theexercises
exercises In connection wltn ho unveiling unveilingof unveilingnfthaEiwsilstatUtetflthatcLtYtlextmontti
of nfthaEiwsilstatUtetflthatcLtYtlextmontti 1 tha thaEJnllltatuleln Elf ll atatuto in that dty elt next mont monlhHe h hHe
p He says that the appropriation bills bl m sed sedi ed edby Eldby
i by th Legislature do not irolln for the thoerection theeroallon theerection
erection of of tho monument or for fo the dedi dedicatory dldlcntory dedieatery ¬
eatery Mrvioes He deckireg that ho hall liantnkeo halltAleen lisatakennoactiOn
tnkeo takennoactiOn no action that thatis in I unfriendly to Orange Orangeand Olllngeand Orangeand
and that h he could not have any IIn feeling feelingtoward fullngtolnlrd feelingtoward
toward that community except tho moat moatkindly mClltdndly mostkindly
kindly kindlyPat kindlyVat dndlyrot
Pat Crone on on7rlai 1rlat Trial for IIoldltiK 11 > Trallr Trallrran Trallrran TrourCars
ran ranCocxciii ranCacHet CarsCovXCTh
Cocxciii BicrrH Iowa May Mil jo OPat OPatCrows Pat PatCrowe
Crowe was Wa thl thlll tuornltiK i 114 Saiv i ve I UD D trial trialE
E en a chare of loldlng I up and roVblng roVblngwo ro bing
> 10 wo ktreet t eetjiirx eetjiirxlidded t mm Ul on tile Ulonllht night of July ult 41POJ lPO lPOCrtII
CrtII lidded not DO Ult
Dealers who recommend foreign f rcign watches watcheswant w watcheswant tches tcheswant
want an excessive c profit There is no nomystery nomystery nomystery
When you buy one you know what you youare youare youare
are getting The word wordW WALTHAM AL THAM on ona
a watch is a permanent guarantee of highest highestquality highestquility highestquality
quality in workmanship material and per performance performance performance ¬
formance from the largest watch factory factoryin
in the world What foreign watch carries carriessuch carriessuch carriessuch
such a guarantee guaranteeA
A Book about Watchei lent on request requestWALTHAM requestWALTHAM requestWALTHAM
Trial or Alan Accused or MurderIng Dr DrTowTuend DrTowl1lend DrTownsend
Townsend fogies at Richmond RichmondJohn JUebmondJohn IuthmondJohn
John Bell accused of the murder of olDr ofDr ofDr
Dr Charles Wllmot Townsend who was wasehot wasshot wasshot
shot in his h1 bed at his home In New Brigh Brighton Brighton Brighton ¬
ton Staten Island on the morning of olJanuary ofJanuary ofJanuary
January 29 2 was taken before Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Jostle George Abbott for trial In InRichmond InRichmond InRichmond
Richmond yesterday Distriot Attorney AttorneyEenney AttorneyKenney AttorneyKenney
Kenney appeared to conduct the cage for forthe forthe forthe
the State Edward MllUgan of Brooklyn Brooklynis
is the counsel for the accused accusedYesterday aoousodYeaterday accusedYesterday
Yesterday was spout In selecting a jury juryRapid juryRapid juryRapid
Rapid progress was made and when court courtclosed courtclcJeed courtclosed
closed eight men bad been found who whowere whowere whowere
were acceptable to both sides III des It is II i ex expected expeoted oxpeoted ¬
peoted that the ury will be completed completedtoday compleledtoday completedtoday
today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The evidence the prosecution will submit submitwill submitwill
will be all circumstantial The District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney has summoned about sixty wit witnesses witnesses witnooses ¬
nesses among whom are Bells stepmother stepmotherMrs
Mrs Alice Bell and andl1i his sisterinlaw Mrs MrsGrace MrsGIIIOO MrsOraco
Grace Coar It will be advanoexi by the theprosecution theprosecution theprosecution
prosecution that Bell told his stepmother stepmotherthe
the day before the shooting that he was wasgoing wasgoing wasgoing
going to kill Dr Townsend TownsendDr
Dr Townsend was awakened in the early earl earlholU
hours of January 20 by a man who stood stoodi
at his bedside and told him that he had to todie todie
die The man fired two shots into the he de defenceless dofenceless e efenooless ¬
fenceless physician who died some hours hoursafterward hoursafterward hoursafterward
afterward A few days later the police policearrested pollooJt1rrested policeItirreetod
arrested John Bell He had been at one onetime onotime onetime
time a motorman in Staten Island and andit
it was while he was living there that his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife was treated by b Dr Townsend An Anoperation Anopemtlon Anoperation
operation resulted in her death Bell Bellgrieved Bellgiioed Bellgrieved
grieved over the death of his wife and fre frequently frequently tiequently ¬
quently Mid that the doctor had killed her herWhen herWhen herWhen
When Bell was arrested in his home in inBrooklyn InBrooklyn inBrooklyn
Brooklyn he could not give a good account accountof
of his actions on the right of the shooting shootingat
at which time he was away from home homeall homeall homeall
all night On his wifes tombstone tomb tone In InCypress inCYPreAII InCypress
Cypress Hills Cemetery the police found foundthis foundtl foundthis
this tl i in Revenue renews our
Aerltelll Would have Ha > e Penal Code Made MadeMore MadeMore ladeIore
More Severe In Respect to Them ThemAfter ThemArler ThemAfter
After the inquest into the death of Miss MissCorrine Mi Missoirlno II IIorrlne
Corrine McBride the Christian Scientist Scientistwho
who died of pneumonia without medical medicalattention medicalattention mediuilattention
attention Coroner Aaritelli wrote to Dis District District Diptihot ¬
trict Attorney Jerome Dr Walter Ij I Carr Carrpresident Carrrrl6ldent carrrldent
president of the th County Medical l Society Societyand
and Health Commissioner Darlington In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the circular letter he called attention to the thefact thofaot thefact
fact that the jury had censured physicians physicianswho phy lcians lcianswho
who made n practice of furnishing death deathcertificate deathcertific deathcertiflesteH
certificate certific t for person who die under the thebocalled thotooallod thehocoiled
bocalled Christian ScIence treatment thus thusenabling th thcnab1lnt tirnaenabling
enabling Christian Science practitioners to toevade tocade toevade
evade the laws tf f this State In their so socalled 110called socalled
called treatment The letter was W JI written in inorder Inorder inorder
order Hint the official omcaluddroMed addressed might take takenuch lakePluch takesuch
such flops as they deemed proper In reply replyDr
Dr Darlington wrote wroteI wroteresooctrully
I resDeotfully request that you furnish furnishme
me with the evidence in your possession poHMetiionwhich pot4MMlonwhich possessionwhich
which W8 a placed before the jury Jurym in the tboesao tboesaoof case caseof C IO IOof
of this McBride which oau calUoOd od them to make makntheir makfltheir maketheir
their recommendation and also to furnish furnishino
ino with t t e names nam II of the doctors who make maknit
it a practice to funds i such certificate certificateKin rtI6oa rtI6oaKin
Kin ly make the above facto as specific specificHU llpacifloBtpoAAlble
HU BtpoAAlble BtpoAAlbleCoronpr possible possibleCoroner possibleCoronerAcntellisaidthathe
Coroner CoronerAcntellisaidthathe Acritelll A said that h he would gladly gladlyfurnish gladlyfurnillh gladlyfurnish
furnish tin th minutes of the trial in question questionto
to Dr Darlington but that doctors who whooffend whooland whooffend
offend in thU matter are guilty only of a amisdemeanor arnledrml8nor aniaclemeanor
misdemeanor and are therefore outside of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Coroners jurisdiction jurisdictionCoroner jurisdictionCoronr jurisdictionCoroner
Coroner Acntelli added that hs had pent pentto flentto sentto
to Senator McManiw and Assemblyman AssemblymanOliver
Oliver a ill amending the section of the theIVnal thoInal thePenal
Penal > Code relating to negligence In provid providing prodIng providing ¬
ing medical l attendance for a minor and andmakint andmakinll andmaking
making such an offence manslaughter man laughler In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the second degree and providin that no noreligious norelllollA noreligious
religious tenets whatever shall constitute constitutea
a defence
Traces H Jlnsband nib and and Another Woman to toElizabeth toEllzabfth toRllztHth
Elizabeth and lisa Them Arrested AlTlIttdELIZADETIJ ArrestedEUZAT3aTU < l lELIZABETH
ELIZABETH N J May 20 2OJohn John W WKllnger WKUnger WKlinger
Kllnger 40 years old formerly for foreight iordght foreight
eight yenrs city clerk of Hazleton Pa Pawas FaWUI Pawas
was arrested here today In company with withMrs withITII withMrs
Mrs ITII Lizzie Mayer a widow 85 years old oldwith oldwith oldwith
with whom he is said to have eloped from fromHnzloton rromlIazlolon fromliazioton
Hnzloton The arrest was u caused by Mrs MrsKllnger MrsKlinger MrsKlinger
Klinger who had traced the couple to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city cityKlinger Klinger left home last week tolling his hiswifp hiswife hiswife
wife no she pays that he was going on a al ahulnnMttip atUsiflOSS
usinfs hulnnMttip l > trip Ho recently baa been the thetravelling thotravp1ng thetravelling
travelling representative of a large lar piano pianohouse nlanohouw mlll10bouttl
house Something aroused her Suspicions mispfdonsand Suspicionsand
and on Inquiry ho learned that the widow widowhad wldohad widowhad
had disappeared dlsap nd Mrs Kllnger learned learnedthat IMmdthat learnedthatthe
that thatthe the two had checked baggage at Hazle Hazleton Hazleton IMzIeton ¬
ton Bbs followed the baggage and finally finallylandpd finallylandNi finallylanded
landed In this city yesterday She rave gavoa
a description of the pair p r at police head headquarter headquarters ¬
quarter that led to their arrest in a board boarding boardIn boardtog ¬
tog In house where thy are Mid to have havebeen havebet havebeen
been bet > n living II 1 nit as a man and wits < > The 111 twelve twelveyearold t1lelvyearold twelveyearold
yearold daughter of Mrs Mayer was with withTtioy withthlm withthem
them thlmThey
themThey They wpro arraigned txjforefIudge Mahon Mahonnnd Mahonand IIahonnnd
nnd committed to jail in default of hall hallWhen b411When hailWhen
When the th two women met in court the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow who was gayly dressed sneered sneeredat
at the deserted d rtNl wife and started for her hercell hercell hercell
cell with a 1 smile fur the liiiRfend liiiRfendThe hl luushndThe l1 nd ndThl
The wife iwiya she intends to help make makahe makethe makethe
the punishment for her husband and the thewoman thewO thewoman
woman wO tan severe severefVES ICvtroFl severePINES
4 4Unlttd
United state Judte ImncHs Impose Penal Penaltie rmaltltI Penalties
tie Aggregating MSOOO MSOOOCHICAGO 28000CItICl00 2OOOCiclcAoo
CHICAGO May Ma 20 20rlnOll Fine aggregating aggregating7ftroo
7ftroo ranging from 15000 OOO down to isoo isoowftro t5OOWllro iscowere
were Imposed by Judge Land Is today In the thaFederal theledornl theFIernl
Federal court against gIIln t Frederick A Hoi Hoibrook Holbrook fbIbrook
brook nnd thirteen school and church furni furniture furniture furnitmc ¬
ture concerns Judge L6mll preceded proc < < lod the thepronouncing thspronounolng thepronouncIng
pronouncing of penalties with Ith n denuncia denunciation dftnunclatlon ¬
rica of the methOds of the school ool furniture furnituretrust furnitureIr furnituretrust
trust Ir t and the declaration that th the punish punishment punlahment punishmoot ¬
ment provided by the law U Inadequate InadequateHolbrook lnarloquateJlolbrook InadequateIfoIlrook
Holbrook the American Seating Company Companyand Companynnd
and the A II Andrews Company of Chicago Chicagowen
wen > fined 5000 each The poverty of the thnnmallermetnben thoRmUermembent thesmallrnembera
nmallermetnben of thecomblMtlonbrought thecomblMtlonbroughtlenity the combination poVlrtt brought broughtlenity roughtlenity
lenity for them them71m IhemTh themThur
71m Th rfsfeadaRts d rG dnt rsra = ers eharsd chu w1tt lth t ft ym 00 00IIpitlCY twinPplrrLy < ympplreoy
pplreoy in restraint of trade In tchoolmnd tchoolmndchurch IICnoolaOdchurch school and andchurch
church furniture 3 In violation of the ontl ontltrwt ont1Irtlit nU nUruct
trwt law Ia
Canadian Motor League Asks for Informs Information InrornlUon Informstlon ¬
tion Regarding Affiliation With Amen Amcriran AmlrIcan Amencan
can Automobile Association AlioelaUonLonE AlioelaUonLonEIIland IxmE IxmEIsland
Island Club After tter Speed Traps TrapsIt
It Is I quite possible p08 lble that the American Auto Automobile Aulomobile Automobile ¬
mobile Association will soon become Ameri American Amerlclln American
can in a broader aen sense o than Is the case at atpresent atproBent atpresent
present i UI the Canadian Motor League has hastaken haltaken hastaken
taken up the subject of affiliation with the theA theA theA
A A A officials It Is apparent that the tbeleaden theIraderl theleaders
leaden of the motoring organization In the thecountry thecouctry thecountry
country north of the United States have havewatched haveat havewatched
watched at hed with approval the energetic work workof
of the present omcers of the governing body bodyIn
In this country and have come to the con conclusion coccluslon conelusion ¬
elusion that It would be beneficial to both bothIf
If they were to work together In the future futureFrederick futurerederlck futureFrederick
Frederick II Elliott Hecretarjof the A A A Ahas Ahas Ahas
has received the following letter from E EII EM
II 1 Wilcox secretarytreasurer of the Cana Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
dian Motor League LeagueWill LeaiUeWilI Leaguewill
Will you kindly advise me if It Is s possible possiblefor r > oMibletor
for the Canadian Motor League to become becomeaffiliated becomeamllaled becomeafflllated
affiliated with Jth tho American Automobile AutomobileAssociation Aulomoblles80clatlol Automobileksoclatioii
Association in the the8llme same way that the State Htatoassociations StllteaWclaUon Stateassociations
associations l are affiliated nnd if so what whatare whatare whatare
are the conditions and privileges prhle e attached attachedMr
Mr Elliott has replied that he sees no reason reasonwhy rea reasonwhy on onwhy
why the league cannot become a enlisted amUatedwith sOlhiatedwith enlistedwith
with the A A A and that he will formally formallypresent rormaJlypresent formallypresent
present the matter to the executive com committee commlttee coinrnittee ¬
mittee of the A A A board of directors at atita atItl atits
its meeting late this month 1 I If the twoor twoorganiratlon two twoorganizations
organizations or aclratlons join forces It will undoubtedly undoubtedlyresulf undoubtedlyreaul
resulf reaul In simplifying the customs regulations regulationsgoverning re regulationsgoverning ulations ulationsaovernlnr
governing the use of cars of tourists who whowish whowlab whowish
wish to cross the border bordenirom from either country countryas countras
as well as proving of mutual benefit bt > nlflt In n many manyother man manother > I Iother
other ways
Charles Jerome Edwards chairman of the theruns tberuna therune
runs and tours committee of the Long Island IslandAutomobile IslandAutomobile lelandAutomobile
Automobile Club of Brooklyn has sent the thetollowlngletterto thefollowlnllletterto thefoliowingletterto
tollowlngletterto all raembersof theorganlza theorganlzalon the organizadon
lon The board of governors has directed directedhJs dlrectldtbls directedthis
this committee to exert eery effort in order orderto
to protect Long Island automobillsta from fromhe rromthe fromthe
the he unjust if not unlawful methods which whichiayo whlcbhavo whichhave
have iayo been followed by local constables at atsome atIIOme alsome
some points and tho prosecution of motorists motoristson
on purely technical grounds The com committee committee corninlttee ¬
mittee Is also conferring with the president presidentand
and board of trustees of each Incorporated IncorporatedTillage InlOrporaledTillaae Incorporatedvillage
Tillage on Long Island IlIlrl d with a view to having hainehe havintthe
the he corporation co limits of each village fixed fixedand fixedand liedand
and properly designated by b signs signsWhile IIllnlWhile signsVhile
While the club clu has little e mpathy > for the thnlerslstent theperslalent thepersistent
persistent vIolator of speed ordinances or orhs orthe orthe
the hs reckless driver whose fad Is to hit up a ahlrtyflvs 1 1Ihlrtyfive athlrtyfivo
hlrtyflvs to fifty 11ft mile I1e call on the country countryhighways countnblehwarl countryhlhwaye
highways on the contrary woknow wo know that treat neatInJuaticfl greatinjustice treatInjustice
Injustice Is done to the average motorist who whoIs
Is a careful and moderate driver who may mayInnocently mayInaocently mayinnocently
Innocently exceed the regulations and thus thusbemade thuebe thusbemado
bemade be made tho victim cllrn of some local lo nl constable or orpolice orpolice orpolice
police trap This committee especially urges urcesthat urresthat urgesthat
that each member report to the chairman by byletter byletter byletter
letter regard regarding I ne any police traps which come comeunder comeundlr comeunder
under his observation Ily Ii > this is meant the thestationing theatationlnc theatatlonine
stationing of constables with ropes allies cableslc alliesArt ahICRdo
Art to make arrei anet > U at the extreme limit of ofvillage orlIIale ofvillage
village boundaries where It Is II not built up and andwhere andwhere andwhere
where It is I practically farming country I Itrust 1truat Itrust
trust you will cooperate regarding such con conditions candltlonll conditlona ¬
ditions that come under jour our attention as It Itis ItII ItI
is I the purpose > of thn club to locate men at atuch atucb atuch
uch points In order to warn autnmohlllsts autnmohlllslllllndprotect and nndprotect andprotect
protect them against such unfair methods methodsWalter nuthodeVaiter I1llhodsWolter
Walter Christie the Ih only onl meriran entrant entrantIn
In the forthcoming ram for time Grand Prix Prixof Prixor Pitaci
of the Automobile Climb of Trance haM begun liegtiuaotlve herunaotlvl begunactive
active practice for Ihn Ih t event on a short II IOrt stretch stretchof
of Lone Island road Yesterday the Hoard Hoardof Hoarof
of Supervisors of Nassau 1I as8au county gave iao Christie Christiepermission ChrlallepennlMlon Christiepertntion
permission to use H 1 portion of one on of the thncounty th thcounty thecounty
county roads to speed lute hi front wheel direct directdrive dlrlrLdrl1 directdrive
drive racer between 4 430 JO and fl oVIock n lock In Jius Jiusmorning he herooming hemomlnA
rooming Tho stretch upon which Christie Christiewill t1triIIA1II1raollce bristlewill
will practice Is IlIlhe the part IJlirt of 0 the Ilethpago road roadbetween r roalbetween > l lbetwten
between Hempsleacl and fnrmlngdal a dls dlstanc dlRtanoe di ditance
tanc of four and K 1 half mile lie must mustprovide mitprovide I1118Lproide
provide flagmen at the Mart and flnfch Ilnl h and at ateach attach ateach
each cross road
Ordinarily there t li I no end lo Innoxatlons Innoxatlonsbut
but so far as the motor car Is concerned there thereseems t thereseeme herluems
seems to have come a limit when radical radicalchanges rodlclIlchanitll radIcalchanges
changes in construction and drttlirn are things thingsof
of the past rays Molar or Age tl1 There will willbe willhe ifIllbe
be changes each year cal and each month here herntrill herewill
trill 111 bs h lm improvement rovenIJl and refinements and andthere andthere andthere
there may he some very pr radical rad Ilal departures departuresIt IIrpllrt IIrrll IIrrllIt
It wauld bn unsafe to predict to the con contrary eontrIlU coumtrar ¬
trary trar > The car of IPO will lit differ tmtellchlly tmtellchllyfrom hilL slIghtly ellJlhllrrrom slIghtlyfrom
from thn car of this season the car of of 1013 1013will 1013will
will 11 differ but little from the > mr < Ilr of loll hut hutthre huLthere hutthere
there will bo marked dltTerrme between betweentha
tha he car of 1B07 and thn car of imlt will willall wi wiIII willall
all com about through the th means of < < ordi ordinary ordlnayy erdlnavy ¬
nary evolution The sensible manufacturer msnufarturerof
of today Is not out for Innovations so lnn long InnsrlItO t tas
as a manufacturer ran slick to a model year yearafter > ear earafter rarartpr
after year providing It Is reasonably rNlOnab up In lodate Indllt Indata
date dllt and In keeplncr with the I hI public demand demandthere dlmandtherll demandthere
there Is no need for or material changes and andInnovations and IInIIIIIOallonll andlnrmostlone
Innovations for It Is I better to perfect a good goodthine lloorlIblnl goodthin
thine thin than to experiment X rimnl with something nomethlnethat
that may ma be f only one mans mlln hobby hobb mid tome tomeIhlnr IoOmeIhlne something
thing the public may ma not want wantThooe wantThose lInt lIntThoDe
Those who ho look for ltmoalinns In Ihp the cars carsof Iarsor rareof
of lOGS are apt to be disappointed In fact IIrllhn srI the theIDOS
IDOS earn that ire IIr already on the he road do not notbear Mtbur notbean
bear evidence of material changes either In Inthe IIIthe Inthe
the matter of construction or de deIgn lirn There ThereIs TheriIItllIlL
Is iIItllIlL still s > rIrons demand for one cyrlinder and andtwo IIneitllO andtwo
two rycllnder cars notwithstanding thn fact factIhil racttht fectthat
that the hulk of the th thetrading trading Is tllII a In four rj cllnder eyclindprcreation cllndercreation rllnrirrcr
creation cr lIl1on There Is sn unlimited untlm td field for not notonly notonly notonly
only one and two we cycllndcr mrs 1Ir but the four fourrycllnder fourtIctinder fourccllnder
rycllnder as II well 11 and hero Is Jooa nna field for forthe rorthe forthe
the MX so that with these models Mill being belncrlied hrln hrlnIla1I beingplaced
placed < 1 on the market markllhev they Ihe > are fllllne long felt feltwants fpltIIanll feltwant
wants and will contInue lo fill them and andwithout andWithout andwithout
without resorting to Innovation to aid In their theirsale thtlrIe theirsale
sale Ie Th socalled talking mint may mil bn bncon bloon beconstrued
con construed filmed tnll d as an Innovation l hilL > ul the I hn talking tslklngpoint talkinafOlnt talkingpoint
point hAil had Its day da and counts for little in inthn Inthn inthe
thn purchase of s car lr when there are so many manyother mall lIanothr mallother
other Important things to be b taken Into con consideration conIderatlon consideratlon ¬
sideration Hather than II tendency Inward lonardInnovations louclInnontlonll Inwardinnovations
Innovations and their consequent mn ecllnt multiplica multiplication ¬
lion of handy but not necessarily vital point pointthe polntathA pointthe
the trend of modern rotistriKtlon Is to sop en how howsimple ho hoIIlmple howsimple
simple a car can r n bn constructed how ho few fewparts rewIarts fewparts
parts can bn b utlllrednlth the natural result resultthat rellultthat recultthat
that the simpler the car ar In all Its paWl partaIhe paWlIho partsihe
Ihe morn 010 substantial It Is I the th moro easily easilyoperated eliIll eliIlloperated easIlyoperated
operated and the cheaper to maintain maintainKvery mlliniainJvtrY maintainver
Kvery ver > ear at show lime the ornamental ornamentalyoung ornamentalyoung lrnamentlllrouna
young rntn mho ho trace the stands nt t the hand
Central Palace or Madison Hqtiare Darden Dardena o arctl 11
81 a a the Men ea may ma be have wonderful nndrrrni tales talesto
to relate of the th questions quratfonlllakrd asked by h fair show showvUltors Nho chowvisitors
visitors regarding the poMlbllltlcii of ob ¬
taining unusual color combinations II In the
finish of cars car The Md Meilllltt putt of many oman > of ofyarns thenn thennyarns IhpMIIarnll
yarns Is that it happens K > frequently that thatthe thatthe
the Marchers for cars whose < e appearance appearnncnwouW apprarllnCflwould appearancewould
would rival Josephs coat never iomn lIIft back
to order them after taking up KO 10 ninth of the
lime of this obllglne stand attendant A Ard Arood Agood
rd rood offseason yarn rn of this sort rt Is told by
c Arthur Benjamin who ho helps guide the Ih
destlnlei of one of the many man > blrfaetorlep blgfttri at
Detroit He says 11 he h has been surpriwd IlIlIrt at
the demand for bright brljlht colors ora In the th flnl IInlh h of ofrarn ofears
ears turn tbl tfu ean iio n i srd J predicts thst H t by the end errdof IMGfthl endof
of Gfthl tbe he summer the i 9ufiu1hm1ugbfares main ma n thorouatifares thor UltbrarplI In Innur I Inut IIIour
nut cities will resemble a long many man hued hiierigoffer 1mIdcown huedoer
goffer oer bed d If th bt color t tad d eonUuuvi Tb
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ah 1 wanted wantedFor wantedf wantedFor vantedFor >
For 50 o miles an hour actually when
f For safety comfort and economy economyFor r rFor
For hills hillsFor 1 1For >
passing everything on < < i iFor
For arriving first firstFranklin rst rstFranklin rstFranklin
Franklin Type H is the highest development of the soundest ideas Its sixcylinder aircooled air cooled engine enginemultiplies engineultipliesFranklilTmotor enginemultiplies
multiplies ultipliesFranklilTmotor Franklirr Frank1iirmotoreficiency motor efficiency to a point never n ver before attained in an automobile engine And Andits its supremely supremelyhighgrade supremelyhighgrade supremelyhighgrade
highgrade nonjarring construction carries the Franklin principle of light weight combined with absolute absolutestrength absolutestrength absolutestrength
strength to the highest perfection known in motor car building
Type H weighs in complete touringtrim only about 2500 5oo pounds with corresponding corr sponding fuel economy economyand
and tire ti e economy Yet it is stronger and safer than any sevenpassenger automobile And the motor car docs docsnot docsnot doesnot
not exist at anypower any power or price that can outdo its splendid smooth sweeping speed and ability on American roads roadsCome roadsCome roadsCome
Come and let us demonstrate this Franklin of all the Franklins FranklinsShaftdrive FrankIinsShaftdrive FranklinzShaftdrive
Shaftdrive Runabout 1800 1 4cyllnder Touringcar 2800 2800cylinder 28OO4cyllnder I Iofcyllnder
cylinder Light Touringcar 1850 6cyllnder Tourlnecar 4000 4000Prices 4000Price 4000Prices
Prices In standard colors and equipment f o b Syracuse Special upholstery equipment and colors extra eitrsWyckoff extraWyckoff extraWyckoff
Wyckoff Church Partridge PartridgeBroadway Partrld e i iBroadway
Broadway and 56th Street StreetType StreetType StreetFRANKUN
1 r i LI
Type H Touringcar 6 cylinders 7 passenger paasca er 4000 4000Tho 4000Tho
Tho Interchangeable limousine body is extremely
luxurious and makes Typo H for l r city use a pattern of ofrefined orrefined
refined and distinctive style
BiK good > t old red gray ay and black finished tare tarethat earsthat alll alllI
that I were If He Bultlcientlr prismatic to natlsfy natlsfythe
the longlne of automobile owner a few fewcar ftweArIi fewieara
using b machines machinesllnlnhed machlnltlnhhld machinesilniched
ieara car BCO are belD replaced by
llnlnhed in more atartltne tints and Mr B hop hopjaniln < MI MIJHmln I IJlIl11ln
JHmln t tells llB of an Instance recently vthetfa vthetfasection whet A AIotlon asection
section of a 1 bright purple leidpenrll accom accompanied accol11Ianled accomPanted ¬
Panted an order for an Aerocar with Hh the re renuest rplueKt reluest
nuest that th the machine he finished In that thatparticular thRtpartloular thatparticular
particular tint Ho prophecies le that a Uy Uywill dllYwill daywill
will come when samples of gowns will he townt hent heent
wnt nt with orders that tarn be finished to tomatch tomatch I Imateh
match a favorite gown own of the owner s nlfe ire or ordaughter ordaughter i
daughter daughterIn
In firanrt Rapids Midi tIme police urn urnhavlne arohalnr arehaving
having a strenuous time catchIng a number numberof
of rrrklns driven for the reason that many manymachines manyIUIIblnlll manymachines
machines Are otrrylnr bogus number In Innevcrai In116ral Inseveral
several recent Instancen where persona have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been run down or when a ranch machine I no haw ex exceeded uItded cxeeeded ¬
ceeded the speed limit the numbers hate hatelicen hllehpen haveIeen
licen taken Upon Investigation however howeverthe
the owner of the number who Is i registered registerednt rl registeredlit IIIprlQ IIIprlQilL
nt the city clcrkH office hAIl UM been able to topro 10prote toproe
pro prote e a good I O1 alibi and eicape eicapeGerman e5capeGerman caleOerman
German medical men who wl wIsh bh h to u use e the theflreeta IheIretll thertreeta
flreeta In Wiesbaden forbidden to motorists motoriMnnnd motorlat8ntl
nnd there are unfortunately many such suchwhile suchhlle euchichile
while hlle on actual duty muni have a badge baei e with witha
a white cross 011 on a red field attached to their theircnratonhow Ihllrlire theireat
cnratonhow eat lire to show the officers on duly dllt that they are areermitted areprmltled arepermitted
permitted pe petor to drive through the sacred terri terriory tlrrllor tonitory ¬
tory tor Thin concession was almost more than thnnwas IhanWIItO thansap
was expected from the petition sent to the thopnllrp thlpOliN thepolice
police The automobile on the xtreets of ofIlerlln oflIerlin ofBerlin
Berlin are to be Increased by a military am ambulsnce amhulanep anihuuulancs
bulsnce which Is to carry nick soldiers from fromtheir fromIhelr fromtheir
their barracks to the timegatricon rarrlson hospitals hospitalsA
A v very r PT > ry good method of getting the full fullbenefit fnllhpnellt fullhienefit
benefit of a gUs wind hleld without Its Itsdisadvantages ItlldlMdvantlltrlII itsdIsadvantages
disadvantages Is said to be to cut an onion oblonsrhol oblonghole K Khole
hole In Ihn alans IIluedlrrctly directly In frontof thrdrlter thrdrlternnd hi driver driverand
and In 11 his ordinary line of sight If the th hole holsIs
Is t made not over 5 by 7 Inchea In length and andbreadth andbreadth andbreadth
breadth and with rounded corners the re remnlnlne r rmalnlnlf ronuatnine
mnlnlne plate > Is no not likely > to break since It ItIK itJ
IK J but little weakened while the vision of the thedriver thedrlvpr thedriver
driver Is In no way Wa > Impaired At Inn same sametime sametints
time the hI hole will not be b of sufficient area to toadmit toIIdmlt toadmit
admit the elements In troublesome quantities quantitiespe QuantltlMTHE quantitiesTHE
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Crowning achievement of the thei automo rautomobile automobile utomobile
bile industry industryTho industryTho industryThe
Tho position which tho Royal Royalnow
now occupies is the natural re result result rosuit ¬
sult of development along sound soundengineering soundengineering soundengineering
engineering lines adopted years yearsago yearsago cars carsIgo
If you > oii are still In doubt doubtIMMKDIATH doubtBUIKIJIATI ciouhtIMMEIJIATIt
We hate established In conjunction conjunctionwith
I with our salon agency an up to date datnRental dal dalnllli dateJtental
Rental nllli department Cam lo let by
day d week or month Terms fr lII reason reasonj rooaonLlb
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For the put four month we ruve ruvehad lave laveIud havehad
MOTOR CARS CARSchoice I Ichoice I Ichoice
choice of ont Oft of which U now offered offeredat
at an attractive price priceALSO priceALSO priceALSO
55th Street and Broadway Broadwayiij BroadwayI
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operation and combining the thethoutandandone theIhoulandIndone thethousandandone
r thoutandandone points of
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the truck that fulfill l lfill everv every require requirement requlrlf1rnt ¬
menu vhere h r d7fn d dmzteh tch ththiag1 it itcstentul u ef cii ciithing
thing essential cstentulElectric This ThlElectric ThisElectric
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here shown n will ill easily carry 34 3 tons toniOthersiies tonsOther tonsOthersiars
Othersiies Other liJ of 2 and 5 Slon ton capacities capacitiesGoes
Goes thirty miles without recharg ¬
ing Speed from 2 to 8 miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour This truck represent that thttperfection thatperfeclion thatperfection
perfection of detail and all round roundexcellence roundexcellence roundexcellence
excellence that for 55 yean ean have havemade havemade haveroadethe
made roadethe the name Studebakerfomoui StudebakerfomouiAmong SludebakerfamoulAmong Studebaker famous famousAmong
Among the many Studebaker Studtbakerproduction Studebakerproductions Studebakerproductions
productions will alto be found a afull afull
full line of Pli P PI4re ure re Eltctrie E tr Csrs Csrscsch C Cch Ceachamasterpiece
csch eachamasterpiece ch a muterpiece of ollutomo ollutomobUe automo automobile automoA ¬
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A viiit to our warerooms will willdelight willdeJlihl
C delight and surprise you V Vpromiie Ve Vepromi Vpromise
promise quick delivery deliverySTUDEBAKEtl deliveryTUDEBAKEI II
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In finest tquallt stock ot Automobiles In Man >
hdlUn hdlUn1WM battanIlJ
ha115 1WM nearly new Ioromohllr Pierces Sloddrd
pivtons ArdXIryn ArdI Autnears AUlo Cln Inland elands Cadillacs
Olrl JlrJAmoblltll inotillr Thomu rtycrs SIi Cylinder Frajcr Fra racr > cr
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other unusual opportunities opportunitiesOwners opportuDIUOwnrrl opportunItiesOwner
Owners anilous and any HAM TAIR tIn offer will
tie II accepted Uannatuns Pioneer Automobile AutomoblliLarto
lIou liouie liouiebarge
lIouLarrll barge sioelc Tires Lamps Dodles dlll all II klndt
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tarrrst repair factory factol In State and you > ou dont ret
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317340 W V 41th and 17H017H3 Broadway BroadwayAUTOMOBILE nroachyAUTOMOBILE flroaducayAUTOMOBILE
llerent weather renditions are lsr IUIII ely responnl
hie for thin pl place re and our creal warehouse twins
Jammed with over a0 00 0 automobile prices Irtr murt lu1
advanre shortly hortl nny II now as a owner on art rarer to
sell Tonneaus law = 0 to MMO 00 llinsbSuu lIunaboul IIM ISO 60
334340 West 44th th St StAutomobile
Automobile Bargains
We w are the th forfeit dealers In new and second olC < lRcI
hAnd AutomobIles In tho world Orld earrrlnr In Mewk MC > tk
an n to 1 Mn > on machine ajwa 4waya > s on hand Do I > u not buy bu
before iou > ou M Me our line IInU It will 11 nay lou O OIIOOD
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For the man who Is I a uUtnrd usned with a np speed td d of ofmiles
43 miles mil per hour bow often do you ou need wore irorfwho rrorrwbo worewho
who wants at a moderate price a standard sundirdc nllnd nllndelt
c car r that 1111 Is I easy to run and I > economical to keep
up the Dragon III the car carNo carNo carNo
No twoeyeUnder ruhabout Is I easier to drive drhra driveawomanean t twoman
a awomanean woman can bandit the Dragon Dragonaarea4tlyua Dragonaarea4tlyuatiectric as rrAdlh reAd II uis uiselectric untlroclrte
electric THe control Is a simple and qulcklr qulcklrrwiponidvt octal octalresponudi
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M28 if 1 p I AT nrxn m AR WHEELS protected htt
driver doubleacting hUb brakes full rlllptln rlllptlnmrlnrs ellipticsprings lIIpUoSl
springs Sl > rtors In rear 34 In wheels beetle beellrbArk hark or
detachable del < hable nimble seat at purchasers option
A demonstration will convince you OU
The Dragon Tourtrr Car same chisel M Mraadtter A Aroadster ccroadater
roadster wtth beautiful five 11 passenger body bodyFr bod bodPrs
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for demonstration
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will III bold Us own In any company r So < o nnd nndomer hndsome
8 some or lr snppler design has b been produced rodurrd In Inthis 10tblr itthis
mel dalfn
this ublonabie 1 O 1 tpe pe ol ear earIt carIi
tblr It has 4 ryeltndrr r t Om motor r wAter cooled n ncourt nf nfcourat ofcourse >
court shaft drt della with lIb the well kno I known < no Ti W sync arbayttm syncsystem vnf vnfsystem
system of placing the trantmlwlon on the Ihrulr rnr rnraxle rraxle
axle thus securing maximum efTrtenry efTrtenryThis rlTr1en rlTr1enThla emeirneThis
This rr I will so M miles An hour hourr1JlIlntd hourr1JlIlntdto pi r nifM nifMla
to do It The rood looks the lb rood qutlli end endthe nd ndthe bdthe
the food performance are all there A ride In U Uwill 1 Itwill
will 111 open jour our eyes eyw1tepast eyeslite 11 11ne
ne > 1tepast passenger nfer WsyneTourincCa WalIt Touring Car CarsA IJvn IJvnA m mA
A L Kull Automobile Co
1677 Broadway Brood near 82d 8tr Street Itrutou StreetRBIN st stQRBM
Remember Corbin can cnrare caraare canare
are backed by an organiza organization ¬
tion with ample capital capitalover
over 50 years of manufac manufacturing manufacturing manuuacturing ¬
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