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' 3 THE PTTN. SUNDAY. OCTOBER I, 1911. U - ieigSBBBBBB ! i i ii - JL .SBgH I L - 1 AMONG THE AUTOMOBILISTS new nil nisi lose n ry I t:TOIl KXItlHT. IX- n tmrrienn Company Tried to D Him I p on a Reissue of His Patent, He agya Meed for Might Kignpoat Mint ing MCffl of ('haul ear's Small Pay. ii dinner In this city recently Charles x Knight, 'he inventor of the sleeve valve lor, cli-i-losed a mild sort of scandal grlslng ottl of his earlier attempts tolntro ,, ' It motor In this country. After his ttr ti Ii - nhroad and when he had succeeded In ind icing several companlea on the other Ide lo use the motor In their automobiles he 'i ads. a trip over here and endeavored to snlisl 'he leading manufacturers In this muntry. Ml Ivnlfht said that the treatment he r- elved from one company was very' much of a virprlse to him He was told by a iwr representing this company that ire had been a reissue of a patent on a I . ,r..l his ,,si.-,,t as , , 1 1 un,i ,1... ,, covered his patent as wall and that there- f,-,r this company wos not at all lutereated In ! i motor However. It was suggeeted hut If he wanted to go ahead la this coun ts the automobile concern would agree to let him do so If he would assign to It a SO per rent interest In the business Mr Knight could not see it that way and si.x inclined to believe that a lam frr,.,i i xrs being done. There waa much oor- r-sronrienie Decause or the refusal and i some threat were made, but apparently the matter was settled because there are rnmpanlea now In this country which have taken the Knight motor to incorporate rnto their automobiles. It ha been suggested by a motor publi cation that It la highly necessary to have nnie system whereby signposts are llluml na'er st night This Is not only for the benefit of automobilists but for teamsters and truckmen who have to make use of the roads when It l dark. I nlesa a man la rretty lamillar with the road he Is travelling . st nifht it is hard for htm to tell In the first 1 plica when he Is passing a signboard at an important point, and If ha does recognize it he must dismount and Inspect It by means of a match or else renune a lighted lamp from the car searchlight swinging about on a brsckrt. which soni" automobiles hsve, removes a part .if this trouble, bill after all tluse r.re r"t many If signs are lighted at ninht. it win heii the motorist immensely. Further more, a gre.it deal of automobile trucking i done at night, and there would be more If thi roads were well indicated; t here is not the need to m as careful of a Motor truck as of s horse that Is to say. regards late boiiiH, hut where a hoie pro. e-d on memory or Instinct, an auto mot'tle has to depend on signs. tn.in in an automobile com ern up- t.mn got he first Instalment of ih" rolunv e of the Enoyolopatdia Brttannloa Um ollisi dti . and naturally enough th flrat thing lie tripa to do wag to And th" artiolg on auto raohtlei it waan'l ther ihsi puasled i, n i little, but he Anally doped it out that itic-. hrfy oil iic other rfide motor or nw'tt.r car InatOad of automobile, th" artlole will be corning along it 'he net instaimTt il irnltimi e. He haan'l got as far as M in I. - ii.urtern liookn rhera is another p d in reading fn 'i th otlier side Ho .red Ho on" n ' Itletam a hleh i t t he tii" automolule papt rs over th-re th-y suy ir of a certain mak . I tlioy iun a ttuin r!;-vtns puoh an auto- mobl . ahereaa on thla aide the expression to niwa: that the man ii "In" such :". - ich g.:tr. I .-rc are any number of folks w ho ride i automobiles on wet days in th 'reiift le r knd tr. mining for th"ii ncoka, In f ,f.tt M A STIFF GRADE. .-M.K tiocs I p Where 1 HHih Klrert tluglit to B" tint ImVI. tttentlon if called h tiie representatives . 'he local branch oi the Htudebaket t or oration to a recent performance ol an -M-F. touring oar in (limbing the h.lt hich extends fiom Bioadwax1 to Wads- ' . .. Snri aiSl'Binnw Santaxw .2!nntffiT IPwjja9i nm wjsi i. .s banma, I iv'xiT' ns BHSaaw E. M. F. CLIMBING A HILL. AROf'T THE RAVES. Itnlnil or the Leading Drivers and Their Mounts. Ii-e next race meeting to he run in this ' Horhood xxill be at Fairmnunt lurk Philadelphia on October 7. Charles. - s, mho has driven Maniuette-Hulcka Henaull cars, will make his debut as r oi the Cole :to-m in this meet. Harry 1 I t. xiho also used to drive a Cole, but had a Westcott cur ill the :,00 mile race I ' Indianapolis, is back again with the Cole II will he stationed in Atlanta ind plans c in the Vanderblll and tirand Prise ! my Jenkins Will drive M cole car In tints Monica races T hese are to be run llio cast on October it Thereseeme otne lriu lit about what car Harvey k Is going to drive, The Cole people I ' ' ill have one of their cars at Santa and 'he National company says li"'ri,k xxill drive a National to.; ox snd Man Will drive Nationals in the; i Monica receo, Wilcox huvlng the 1 Hi which Zengcl cleaned up in the j 1 meet at tielveeton, Miirmon team of four oars will also j si smta Monica in charge of Ray i 'in Hitrroun will not drive but will I e direction of Ihe men and the cars. I I i sou xvill drive one of the cars and 1 ' oilier drivers, names not vet an "HI handle the others j ' ' i t... only rue In which Kelnh M,,l- ihe I oier driver, will be seen in tlie ' Ifiis nr is the Fairmoiint Park meet. ' "I third at Fnlrmouiit in inns ii 'el was beaten by elx eeoonde for ' I'lace. .en gel, xilm itrove a Chadxxlck, Itllfurcl lust year at Fslrmount and II ur xx ph u National defeated him at i Muifurtr Is anxious to try cunclti 'I'n him In this third race, the our exents at Fairmoiint Park ' pri'.a money li.m been offered by the ny il o me Company, In each event, is i inning ear is Kemv equipped, the ivei sill ri-ieixe J50, Kor second plioe tha rltr. with It men? rails of asphalt pavement only a little rain and the heavy traffic Will wwr the pavement with a Creasy put that ta bound to make almost any kind of a oar skid. No matter how olever a driver may be, If he la going along without rhalna or aomc other non-skid de loe he t hound every onoe In a while to meet a situation that will five him a snare he won't easily recover from. Once let a man have a Rood thorough skid which bring him up against a car or the curbstone and puts him in danger of Injury, and the first occurrence of a cloud In the sky send him scurrying home. Some times even chains are not entirely effective, although they help a great deal. There sas a car the otherVafternnon on llroadway with chains and all that took nrh a terrlrTte skid going downtown that the next thing the driver knew It had climbed up over ' the sidewalk and was pointed uptown with .the front wheels almost In a shop window. , This car had chains on, hut theeccentrl. ltles of the law of skidding are beyond the control of chains very often. It was recalled recently In an editorial I in the Minor n'orfrf that not very long ago ; there was a good deal of legislation against the use of chains and non-akld devices. It waa remarked, too, that there are plenty of persons now who drive tars without isucn precautions no matter what the oon- I rfltlnna H may he Impossible to save such per gfl nwrin xmi pernap ll in iioi s ikiii a lai rry to ,h. da .flC, ,h. ,, -,uiators who sought to make the use of non-skids U .. u .. 1 . i ,. . l i . Illegal will be enacting laws requiring their use when w ether or roads necessitate them and fixing a penalty for their non employment." Chauffeurs earn all sorts of money. That to say, they are paid on vastly differing eealee The average is. said to be about 2it a wees, necnuse. although there are are many others who do not make much morn than lie or 117 An example of how little a chauffeur mav he paid came to the notice of a man inter ested in autoinobiliug just the other day Thla chauffeur Is employed by a commercial House to drive a delivery wagon The firm seems to he malum: money enough and certainly ought to have been able to pav him more than he gets. His wages are Iil'OO a week Ills duties include taking the car nut ILSHJfSQ IrtHfiLaJ in Nt i snd sometimes when he gets over to llrook- lyn he has a nianv as seventy stotm In slnsle day. His work keeps him all hours and very often he does not get ha k to the rK" until very late at nlijht He Is I I suiipoeed and eioected to be un and around early the next day regardless of how late I he was up the night before ' If he were an itn ompeteut man there might be aoine reason for coi, tinning him on his present a. nle. Hut in the th e month I th.ll be has held the job he now has the car , has never vet had to go M the shop for any work and lie savs he can make anv kind of speed desired whether lot car fa loaded or empty. To add to all this the man I married, and although he has asked twice : to he raised he ha been pul iff each time by ry of poor business. It may not appear strange thai this young man U contemplating leux Ini hie job ami actually is seeking employment elsewhere. One garage man says that is absolutelr the lowest he ever heard of being paid to a i liaulfeur by a commercial houae Something on s.ileeninahii deserving ' of attention was said recently by President t'lmlfanl of the I. It. Thomas Motor t ar company. ' thorough knowledge of the subject ia hand enables the aalesmim to couren . tr.it- his mind upon that subject and by ! that On' ent ration he is enabled Id Inject ; tt.e pi"per amount of enthusiasm without becoming o erenthnsiatotlc. He holds the grtention of the customer and convinos illffl of his sincerity." said he "Abote a'l thines handle the truth fear leaaly Vo i an ineke a hundred statements to a mtou ci . nine ty-nlne of Which are true, but if lie trios roll on one misstate men! he dlseredtta the ninete-nlne Ne. er oriyHaa aiothar i;tr by name. To you! ever car should be i good car and all cats 1 rood eNps 1)0 not knock eottr own Indus- ' tr' To ' on curt to ' our entire salee orvani ition there should be bill two tyre of i irs, j ours and the others. rnd the- should 11 lie (rood ers n tMpg von say recard- J utir other i are thit cen be construed as i;ri"-k is moil saet'radly s boost, "t'ars ; ct sold nowsdai s because one I better than another oi thai s ine e, it ' first n uuaatlon of sales- I lne-'-' I id altr that irond nualltv. su- er1 - Iki'nr oolnts and. most important ol a'.i . aerv Ice " worth avenue where listh street should be Thli trade in some ( luces, it is said, runs as lilt'i as to iiet cent, and the ira-'tion is not food, being a Una of ruts, roeks and ditches U the dnlsh Ii a parti ulsriy steep rock Vpproa lung the hill h as to be done irom a tandlna stmt, lumping Ihe curbstone, v tile to; the i nr Is about on the level with Ihe lops Of bltlldlngS on the hliey hilt on 1 the opposite side or Broadway the prir.e is Ills) and for third place l.xn At Santa Megiiei too the Keniv people are offering extra money Thre are three raoss out there and the prlr.es will be of like amount with those at Fslrmount Park coniingeni on ine ignition used by the I drivers. I Harold stone, who drove th car that met willi an accident I oh, ,,, ).,,, In ths is, anaemia cup rac, in around again to walk without th" aid of orutohe i though it has been u long time sin, able ul his I Boomeav i was oiiowmg thl accident to Stone that th" I nlieil State Moto, I Company announced that it was thnmah I with racing. Attention is called by the local aireni. of the Abbott-Detroit to the nerforrnan e I of the Abbott-Del roll driven h . Roberts at the State fair at Nvracuse 78 g special five mile rac the ear won in .1 i minutes S aei'onds from a standing start' including four stops, which had to he made I because of the crowds In the dftx mile De Peims in his Himpiex and defeated race. It is said, tho car was second only ty, Xmerleari and foreign raeeni r twice Its horse-power more than SHOW IX OLD srtXlsu SI EXE. t'xhlbltlon In Mail lion Square Uardrn Made tixer Into Low er California. It la planned for the national automobile show to be held in Madison Hipiare (iarden next January that Its artistic beauty is to i surpass any exhibition of the sort here tofore, The show committee and W. w. Knowles, the architect in charge of the ' decorations, have been working on a scheme of decoration to form a setting appropriate i for the exhibits for many months past. ! The dccoraklve scheme for one section of the building, known as the Exhibition Hall, has been worked out The Interior of this room will present an effect of a landscape scene of Loser California. The architecture will br of Siiuillnh design. The centre of the room w ill he open, glxlna Tl an outdoor effect, with a sky overhead! The paintings will be executed by Jean Paleleogue. better known as Pal, who painted the scenes of the Riviera which decorated this room at (he laat show. I II III A jjyjsM HF rVaSjgalu lfl avlai asasaSiiI3L 1 vjf y H j Iff JL-J sbI m B 'W worn m : 1 ftsl I I I BvaBj H swiAai B wb i i i Jsaso MAXWELL-MERCURY HOAD ISrORMATIOX. Touring In Mew t'.naiant! and How Brst It May Be Ifonr. Information OS to the state of the road 1 UP through New Kn gland way Is furnished by the Bureau of i ours of the Vutoinobile 1 101 tho Individual owner whose car com ClUb of InerlM Prom New Itaven on to PhttOi the (Hidden tour with the least points Beaton the deaerlntlon la thla: Oood brlcli I penalty, Thli trophy has iieen offered and blocks lo Baal Haven, worn macadam to liranford. exueuenl state road to tiuil ford. poor dirt in town, balance excellent State road to t Ijnton e,-ellent State road except last mile to WoitbTOOtt, state road to tild Saybrook, new bridge completed, follow ( A siutis to Old Lyme, poor dirt in town, balance perfect new road 10 y landers: poor dirt three mllea. excellent macadam one mile, worn macadam three miles to New London r'ront New Inxttrlon poor dirt and sand, very rough entering town of Mystic, ko,mI sand two miles, balance worn macadam to Wester!) , good state road (o Wnkeflekf and from there good roads except one-half mile of dirt to Nurr.igansett IMer Krom there ex' client Stat road lo BaundertOWn and v. orn macadam with short stretches ol exi-el-lent going to Wickford and l'rov idence fail to good macadam to Pnwtuckel and lierfcct State road through North Attloboro Wrentham and Dodham to Boetofl ' a'.ciu: the line cf the tour Baggage What is described a- an air line from yjl be isrried by motor trtn-ks and th ..... . , t .. entry of a r.eo for this pflrfiose has been Boston lo the White Mountains for those i i xu,, le. , srs ill i. r,,r- who desire to make the trip In the shortest possible time also is gixen From Boston it billows the Newburypoft turnpike, which consists of good iii.iiadai'i. xery little worn for itt entire distance It Is a secession of f-.y upiind dOWfl grades through Linden. Walden, iaaxers t entre, Hathome, Potts- field and Glen Mills, In almost exery nise the road leads ti, rough the outskirts of these Settlements, so tl st speed restrictions ate limited only by lbs driven' judgment. Iroin NeWbUry port un excellent State road Is found for tlx e miles and then conn's ,i stretcti ol sixteen ,nnes ol silently worn macadam on the ualayotte road tnrougn sicitntoMu, seatirock unl Hamilton tuils to I'orlsinoutn r'ront there are tseix e miles of gomi Mute road to i ox er rrom I i o er to ooehi'Stei are txo tnitee of stete I rood and etr;nt iniies of fair dirt Ine 1 twenty miles petween iitiei.ester and Wake- iteld ere rnarlc Up ol rlx e ol Tair o,rt and nfieeu of excellent macadam, r'rom Wake field to L'hororua i- one-half good dirt mid one-hall poor din from Chororua to North tonwax is rll stale load, the j surface being uneven In places, howmer. There is good going from .orth Conway to Crawford Notch ilea. sand is found L TO U 11 IUS UU U IfUl ll I i jlrett in Woods Tne toad from New York to Hartford lie j : wax- or uanbttry and Wntorbury is de- i si rilied lluis I. xc client i.-i ..mi nun nm ,!,.. frn, ,rk lo liniml Vernon relr to good maraduin to White Plains. ' morrow momlng seven lourlttg I ars i'ound i ijnod macadam foi lle indes. than perfect for Poughkeepeie, the llrst control on the ! state rott.i through Vrmonk, Bedford andnr., Mraan.h, conduotod em, to ocean North Sulein lo I'oach Lake poor ilitt to Sodom, fair to sior dirt to Penbury. From Oanbury to Newtown fair dirt and some good sand road from Newtown fixe miles good macadam, l aiaroe good dirt and giax , 1 to W ateitov. n: two mile" eicellent niac.tdain, two miles rough din to Oak Hill fair macadam becoming excel et entering city of Waterburv. ! From Waterbnry the first tlx e miles 'rough dirt o er SoutMngton Mountaiu. A i good stone founaatlon has been laid which ' will make t ne road When completed, poor 'dirt down the mountain, then good dirt to I'luntsx ille: perfect state road throiu;h I nputhlngton, I'lalnxille and FHrmington to I West Hartford The rot is worn mao ! adam for throe miles and then excellent to Hartford Notice is also gixen that the Hudson County Boule aid in the part which rune along the Pities lea Is rapidly approuchliir the condition of the well knox.n Hoffman j Boulevard Itepalrs are urgently needed ! because this Is the trunk route to northern ' Nexv.. Iersy from the Forty-second street ferry. TOO MVCM ff IS RAO. tnt onto- Ho Is Too Utile In Inflating; Idle Tlre. Incorrect Inflation is one of th ...... monest causes of tire deterioration and to Inflate too much is just a had as to irtlaii loo little, saxs the Miclmliti nan Overbids! Ion not On!) subjects the canvas of the envelope to an unnecessary strain but also robs the tire of its resiliency Thus when running oxer an obstruction an over- ! inflated tire Instead of absorbing the shock transmits the lull force of the jolt to the mechanism of the car. First Inflate to the proper pressure and then make teats from time to tirni to assure yourself that the uir pressure is up to the standard ItOceessry for a tire of the ilie used when supporting it maximum weigh' If the pressure has decreased tho cause may be tea, lil discovered. The seal of the valve plug nitty not be perfectly clean, causing s leak at that point, or if the rubber washer st the nase ot tne aixe cap is dis ,.ln. s.1 thn air vx 111 irraibinlly aaXne o 11...,, again if pincers were used In tightening the VglVe parts the screw threads mac be , damaged, causing n leak Always Inflate tires with air. never using I'ua I arhoiiii' gas will pass through rubber I thirteen times more quickly than olr. In I addition to the slight enlargement of a new tire after being In use for a fexv dax's u further natural decrease of pressure will follow, due to the escape of oxygen In the confined air. This Ions uhould be made un by the lujeotton of more air As this la done the percentage of nitrogen will be gradually inci eased anil Ihe inbllltv of ilOW deflating will decrease in proportion. THE l-E EOR 19 n. Front Whrcl llrakr a Feature of (i,p I Italian Made Car. Several of the tnu model lantta Kraschini chassis have been received by .1. M (Juinby A Co. and are on exhibition at (he factory in Newark One feature of these cars is dial tliey are equipped with brakes on the front wheels operated by the emer gen, x hand lexer. It l contended that this construction does away with the ex cessive stress on the driving mchaniem when iiujok stop is made and 'hat It also equalises Um tire near and reduces skidding to a minimum. Naturally when brakes are applied on all lour wheels st once the csreontes more quickly to a stop than under the other svatem. The ue models all have long stroke motors. All moving parts are enclosed by aluminum covers The chain drive models are eiimiiped with , hum covers fastened to the distance rods The shaft drive models, have a type of leather disc universal ioint which, it Is said, assures an even torque. It is claimed for the leather disc that It acts also a a deadeuer of sound and prevents noise due to the differential or other gears from being trans mitted to the transmission and dust pans whh h act sa a sounding board. The cars are produced in these horse powers 1 1-to, J5-S6, S5-CI and 100 l M FAST ROADSTER. VINf 01.1 DDKS mi tt TROrnv CBl of ndersoti. x. C. Offrrt ll for Individual Owner. In addition to the (ilidden trophy offered tor the team contest there will be a prize by ihe city ol tnderaoB, s. t' it is a ster ling litver punch bowl with a itilded wire mesh coyer and includes a ladle It Is HI Inohoo long and IS inches hiith The foot is round and the body oval in shape, mounted at either end with a fully mod elied figure of lotory holdiui; n laurel wieaili trOttnd tlie sides are chased cotton blossoms and "palmetto leaves, emblematic of Southern plant life, and lMne,it 1 1 1 hese figures at I he bottom and also between them a the top is mounted a winded automobile wheel. me side of the body i Inscribed "Perpetual Auto mobile 'louring Trophy, presented to the American Automobile Association by the citi7ens of Anderson. S I' . Hill," below whiih appear! the official emblem of the A. A. A. On the reverse side is shown the Anderson county court ho 0e and the seal ot the state ol Houth I'aroiina. Arrangements are being made fee the ,.ni,ifor' and pntertalnment of the tourists nlshed for ofTIi inls and the entry of a lfu? Chalmers Six: as i preiis oar has been made by the Iii.m ' Motor t'ompani- A gatbtring of llie tOUlatS xxill he held at the u;,,mobile Club of Atnerica. west of liioaduay on Flflx fourth street, on th riitgr, i before the start OfHciala of the A. t . A and of the A A. A will attend and final instrtici inns and plane will lie an nounced, after xxhicl. th-re will lie a smoker and entertainmt nt Addltiolial "i tries i-:st rei'eiveil are OadflUc, entered la the name of the city of tahburn, Ueorma by .i s Hingier. state HenstOI from ihe Tenth tieorgii district; Cadillac, by Murtin and l!eee of llnhira. a . .Mitchell, by the Winston-Salem Board of 'I rud , who telegraph this entry will be supplemented by two more cars to make a leiire. Oldstnohlle, by the city of Cordcle, t;a ; i ii isiiioblle, by th,- Coraele Chamber of Commerce: tliree viarathon live passen- ger touring cire as the Na hville team, by the Marathon Motor Works. Neehv lenn: Flanders Board of Trad' by the neoatur lOsorgiai . which with another car of this make With the entry to be entered iii tenm up of stay or I ourtland s winn of ttiania. PI Atrow toy totit-.eaii, by r. Rivers Atlanta Of 7 .4. V TO OCEAN TOVR. PcrsonsllJ Conduct -ti .latml of Cars to I .os Angt lrs. mere win siari i rom x ii ih env early to- lour This trip, win, Ii is called the Trail In Sunset tour. Is from New York to Los Angelee It is designed to take a 1 tie more than even weeks There will he in the pnsession eight Harford seven poaseneer , nrs anil two t,ar ford trucks to carry the baggage These i ars were nought h ihe Lax niond .t Whit rontn Company for se in counts Hon xxilh Its Nex F'igland tours Hst summer ' It is running the ''Oa-1 to , oust trip. The route was laid out by A. Ii, West guitt and he will uet a pilot of the tour Only four passengers are assigned to eu h oar and eacn iiay s t en . all- fur about a hundred mile" First class hotel a commo I datlons are to be available exery night and ' no travelling will be ilone on Sundax-s. On the va?' through New Mexico and triaoni in order to assure conveuienie to the tourists an arrangement has been I made to have Pullman cars sidetracked nt Icertaln points so Chat they may be used i lor Sleeping quartets ' most attractive place I w ill be made In some of the a regulation camp elf -starter on Hudson Cars. "The Hudson Company etperlmenrcd with various etyles of self starters for six months,' says S K. Toback, manager for IIIUHHII, rx.rn ,-, n. ,i.,.n'S. 1 1 1 . i I . 1 1- I tr ,ne ""nney Company, local distributers of Hudson cars, "but did not care to Install un, device oi t nis Sinn on t ielr enrs ,u,f 1 I ""1 'steo out each one thoroughly ',nvlnr satisfied themselves that they had I R ''cvi e positive in operation even under the niost trying circumstances, they will prooeed to euulp sll cars with this new systetn as fast as possible "Ihe whole outfit weighs four pounds The power fuel Is acetylene gue supplied from the I'restollte tank. In an actual test 3,3011 sturts were made on one tank of uas Which would cover a period of about tw o years x ith t ie number of stalls made l,v the uverngc owner. "while I wis at the factory recently a , motor equipped with this starter which had been atnnding In cold storage at a tern- i perature of tlx-e degrees below zero, started perfectly on the first charge of gas This is a more sex ere test ih.n any owner will probably ever be obliged to gue the device. " Points or the mi a lncomolille The following is from the New branoll tof Ihe Locomobile Company of America "Ihe company offrr In Us Igll I,oco- mobile St i no tounmli, ,,r ;h aittMnitltiia construction wherein reliability and safety IN combined with verv moderate welsht This model is a lypioal Locomobile in tho important essentials of safety and dura bility, vet has been so skilfully designed and built from such high grado alloy steel that 1 horse-poxxer is provided for every nity-Hexeji pountia ot xeeignt. lids makes Ihe cur xery quick to get u'xay ami very last and powerlul on lulls The Locomobile engineers spent many veins studying uud exnerlmenting slth i the lines! ullov steel that esn be boovht i aid tills experience has been a verv- large; F.ighty-two thousand one hundred and factor in modi I x in the weight ol the cur. sixt y six motor cars registered In New : The makers claim that their six Is the . York State alone. I lightest of any of the high grade sixes on I Thirty-two thousand four hundred chauf i the market of the sumo slr.e and power. i feurs registered In New York Hbite - x ,i , , ,.. ,u ,1,1. i ., -,.i s, i. 1 i 1 , I' iiwavisia HI 'sin is i the fsxoi'tthln xx ear on tires. lain Tour Without a Npsre Nhee. I The Oaodfear Tire and R-uhlxer Company reoome a trip ot 4.w miles taken by an aiitoinohlllst who drove from Annum, Ind., to Now York rind back without carrying an exlra tire. The motorist waa fortunate enough not to have a single blowout or puncture, using piein tread uooayear tires In front and nun skirl In the rear. The roans traveiien were ny no mesne unirormly good, but the tirea stood up well snd at the ! Snf6f the Journey even those on the rear ; oiq nor, anoxx any great amount of wear. ALTOMOHIIJEg). 1911 CADILLAC, 30, f pas; en get louring, Kosksm-Si oil, 7l B'way. BXPOPT r n a nr.. Cars Worth M.OUO.OOO to Be SJestt Abroad In IBIS. Alfred Reeves, general sales manager of the I'nlted Htatea Motor Company, In an address before the automobile school of the Bedford Branch of the Noting Men's ChriatianfAaaociatioti in llrooklyn on Kriday night said this country's export trade has Increased from Ishs than ll.onti.don in twit to almost t2n,ooo,ooo in lit, This last ' amount is the result of a compilation based on the Government figures which shows that I In the flret seven months of this yesr there was exported li2,600.non worth of auto mobiles mid parts, which nt the snme rate will mean tm.onn.noo for the year. Aside from parts and equipment the total num ber of cars will be more than l.'i.ono, at an averago selling price of about ll.oon. "Although foreign wages may be lower." said Mr. Reeves, "the buyers abroad are demanding the unique and complete da signs for which our American product Is famous. They favor the lightweight, ample nower snd comfortable riding qualities snd the durability which have made for success In American motor car construc tion, and they strongly support the efforts of the American manufacturer to supply what the public demands, whether here or , ,. I 1 ,-lk.. ,1..... 1. - hu H,mL. la tin, 1 proper thing to make "Foreign leakers have long ignored the demand for moderate priced care sold In such large numbers here, and have devoted their attention almost exclusively to the high prii-ed product. This has opened a way for the American manufacturer, who has not been slow to Improve it. and a major part of such cars sold in toreign countries are of American manufacture. "ll has simply been a case of the Amen- an maker filling a demand even when it waa admitted that the foreigners with their lo .-r wages and In many oases lower oost of material , although possibly not so efficient , manufacturing facilities, could have been worthy competitors. They have conaid ered automobiles a luxury, while In America they are a necessity. " Aggreasive selling campaigns have given the hig American manufacturers s sub stantial position In foreign trade and the held is growing broader There la no coun try whore American cars are not in use. In the la't few months the eiport shipping lists ot the I nlted States Motor Company shoxx that Maxwell. I.lherty-Brush. Colum bia snd Stoddard-Dayton curs in ipiantlties of from one to thirty went to F.ngland, France, liermany. Sweden, Canada, the 1 nited States of Coloinbiu. Java. Manila. Australia. I'orto litcn. the Transvaal and I , 'n .u. I Vilnnc Snlh IIH,-i UirhiHts Xtlnffs. I ' . ..,,., ' i..i, iirazll. Isle of Pines. I j Argentine Republic, tuba, Panama, the, I Hawaiian Islands. Ceylon. Trinidad. Spain. 1 Russia. I riiguay. (inateniala, China, Portu- I gal and British OulaM, "''anada is our best automobile market . aside rom the I nit. d states," continued i Ml Reeves, "oeoauge they mske but few cars themselves snd in addition they are I close in touuii with our manufacturers. It ! is safe lo estimate that more than ivoon I ears will be eximrted in 1912. Of the P, nrs) I automobiles xvhich the bureau of statistics ; of th" Department of Commerce and lotbor reports fof the first seven months of this I year Canada has taken 3.7?4. or more than in per cent Of the others 1,171 wonr to the I l ulled kingdom MS to Australia and New th America. 2 to Franco. : Zealand, u to Hoi Its to tne Weal indies. 117 to SieslOO and 1ST to Italy, with the balance scattering." Mr. Keexes spoke of the opportunities in the Industry tor young men who would give efficient service hut was anything but the proper one for the man looking for an , ,P I'lllMT 11 1 IOT I r S II H II IOO K II If 1 1 1 I j, I , i easy berth I he keen competition and Hie necessity for eionomic production all re- i ,.,,,rs . . eil ,., v rtf the h ffhul Hcp Ihe commercial vehicle is growing in favor every day. as proven by the appear ance of our streets, and offers the greutest future for motor car manufacture. At i present we can have but u faint idea of the uses to which they xxill ng put in nve or six vents time." said he F.very possible kind being done by motors. I of trucking Is noxv , and our cities are On. r,,,..,l,,.r- in ikZ using I hem in increasing numbers in the departments of lire, police, health, street ci, un, in; uud highway Improvement. The j farmer nee. them for running hie nutchlnery iind they are last supplanting the horse In the rural free delivery and other depart-1 men i- of the poet office." Ill atmxxer to iiieatioiia regarding the growth and the future of the trade. Mr. I I. ....... ...... . V. .11 , A...... .. i nwrvai fi'"' ,lw IVUHWIIUJ UhllirB xsinipiieii from reliable sources One hundred and fifty -five factories arn now beyond the exarimcntol stage and producing fifty or more cars a year. HUB AT Bi-,'tjs'Sl' ' xtawSjtf?! annnnBBBBBBBB wdn4nl altl nm naS BBBks BrnmBt akrannsL-Bia ElaiBvn! nuns C. Y. KNIGHT AT WHEEL OF A COLUMBIA-KNIGHT. j Sixty-five companies now producing motor I rucks or commercial vehicles ex v ,)ri i luslvely. '"re , i ..... ,i .... i ., a... i i riiui uuiiu I vxi n nu iiiousaiiii ears registered us being in active use in the I nlted states ut the present time with probsbly so.ikm) more cars used where state legistration is not reunited "ne nuiiuren una ninety wtouseila cars sola In the last twelve months 1 1 wo hundred and ten thousand nlessore cars acnetiuieu lor production in the next twelve months Nine thousand trucks snd delivery wsgons now in use. F.lghteen thousand trucks snd package delivery wagons to he made in the next twelve months FJsven thousand four hundred dealers selling cars In every town of auy importance In the country, with a very much larger number of garages lying Distance Demonstrating Run. Eugene I, Downa. manager of the agencey deixartment of the Himpiex Automobile lompanv. leaves New York lo-morrow on a lour which will embrace sixteen Htatea covering a distance of approximately e.OOO miles I ne purpose oi ine irip is to nemon- by actual performance lo dealers strate and others the new an horse-power Simplex car wnicn ar. uowne win orive The itinerary of the long tour includes ftf"ffll! j ...T.l. BRZSSSh. .lcveland, Milwaukee, Mlnnespolts, Omuhs. Kanses City. St Louie, Cincinnati and Loule- Albany. Hyrscuse, ttocnesier. Huffslo vlTle. AUTOMOBILKS 1911 MOON, 45, 7 fore door touring. Rcakam-Srott, PASS., 17S4 B'way. and Mead Tret far F.verltt Cart. Out In Detroit, near the fac lory In which the Kverltt cars are made, there Is u stretch of deep sand of the true Michigan type. In order lo teal the power of the engine, as well as the cooling syetem and the etrength of the clutch, every Kverltt chassis Is run through this on Its first road tent. The sand Is o soft and deep that In some places it is tin to the hubs, and the axles are burled It is required that each car get through satisfactorily under Its own power. To Benin (Shipment, of xmerlewn (Scout. A bit of news awaited by the American Marlon Hales Company has come In the shape of a brief telegram from the Ameri can factory In Indianapolis saving that shipments of the American Hcout. the new 20 horse-power roadster, will begin this week. Overland Mreond Choice for Garden Mpaee Announcement le made by the Willys Overland Company that It received second choice for exhibition space In the recent allotment for the aotomoMIe show In Madi son Square (iarden The allotment is made on the gross business done by the vaiioua motor car concerns In the last year. r.acn company furnishes sworn amnavits and on this basis ita position is determined Warren Cars for Travelling tSalesmen. The Matheaon Sales Company of Oakland, Cal.. distributors of the Warren 30, has sold to Wellmsn Feck A Co. of Ban Fran cisco cars for twenty-two travellers to cover their routes, which extend over the whole state, including many small desert and mountain towns. ACTOMOBIIJn. BARGAINS This final sale of all 1911 demonstrating cars, slight ly used cars ind second hind cars includes: Li mousine cirs ind i Lan diulet, Touring cirs ind Rumbout at prices you will not duplicate agiin in 1911. These cirs ire guar anteed by Ihe Buick Motor Company Broadway at 55th Street New York City NEW 1911 NATIONAL, 40, toy iniinfftu; ftt rIArp Itfi.kam-Srnu, n4 B'way. Sm" All AutOS At Cost "irtft I Selling Beyond nil expectation: o doo'l hesilste. , NMV orl' ' Aru" rfsl." Kitahllshmsal, For Cash Or On Easy Payments pscsa nil i anv racksru Hiinshout ii -ike iiitu raesaru loiirias. S2.usi, ipn fSOKSTd lour it I ar. MSO. I Kfl Peerless, ll ano. !' Peerless, f 1.1.10: Hlo7 . ' - 1 - .i. !to'"SI ' AppetaO'i. SMV). leio Arme "Sit." $;ii. ' Mere.-je,. iiio. "rorty leomulille. tet.v ..L'.w ' " ' , wo, iu:i i er. i. ton Btlarellfl Loaler. 11.100: Itotta. II j Mai ifuur door) lav. v,car,-,6 '.Din," Si i.e "rortl Hoial. UM; in Hayaes "Ferti . ' sma ' srtli t i . lew 1VHI. ietto 10 ejou; I'halmrrs, f , ji nil: loiiii i, BS'"'. nais itimaiiuii ' , ss.xi i toddsrtU, ' 'S'0 Ittt, " i" llJOOj Reoe, t a""i: fremier rows car, HN rim 1 own Car (Shaft), It Am. Oldstnobllr Runs I '"V'1 'I1'1 'ffll'liBP J?J ! ,. "'f'' '"klkfflS ,t"'" I I OXVll I IT, 7W till nihler SI. Jim: I- landers. IW to sr. '- Haxwi I mio J7M Himihier-,. mm si-.vi buick lilil. S.VO. Utiles mm. ISM: .National li',0. SI.I'O; u-tiu-ar, MObt'Si ivrr. l,vvi Pullnians. ism till. I7i lo I' j.m. rope-Hari fords. If m. HoO, leU lo SI JIOl others Kiehangei made rmml mio s i xi-ru Demon stratlons e'-eerfliily glx-en Shoes,', Hen Ml The le.i.i-gwE co cm cio wee Up Sale i I l illkes; x tex' or sacs, an sixes. These 'ire nargains are in rn The Greatest Saving in Years Our Sucre iiaii. rally renultn from our Mono SnieMI Profits. Uulrk Mulct, and Hquarr Ikals." r'h,.0,",rollJ,r,,.' For Body Bargains Tops. .'inrih.el1r., Sraift. Uagnrtoii, S.x ntum clem, 1 1 or. s Mr. Broadway Auto Exchange, L, ' .lAMKiuf pre.. 1759 to 1765 Broadway, Kntrance at 1701. between Mth and 97th. 8IMPLBX, 90, 1910, toy tonneau, nerfeci. Hoskam-Mcoii, I7M D'way. STODDARD DAYTON The return kable growth ol our used car depart- 1 mem compels us to secure more flnor space at nnue. In the meantime xve win dispose of a mini her of to, ,V, 40 and Ml horse-power 1010 and in' 1 slightly uaed cars, and factory rebuilt eara, to make room for cars now eomlue in. These eara carry the faclory guarantee and are xvtthnut doubt the greatest values ever oftered In thla market. USED CAR DEPT., 22.1 West 7th at , He eond floor LAJIOXA. 1110, 10. toy innnfvi; oomplPtr, Hokftin-S'Oit. 17M H'mj Limousine Body, $140; Coat gl.tot MUST SELL. 121 West Mil), Taxi Body, $75 8TRAI S8. inn Weal ,'stlh. near Seventh Ax i : . , i . "- Packird BOdV. $550: COSt $1850 SWELL LANDAl'LETTH. im west Mth Swoll Landaulotto Body, $400 Oulnby mskc: vslur ll.aon. lan Weal aeth Locke ft Co. Body, $450; Is la At order Limousine lis Meat Mth. near Sex enlh Ax RENAULT, 1910, 20-30, landaulei, overhauled; perfect. Roakam-Srott. 174 IT way. r ACTOMOBILiM. Dvforfl dMldlng on the no or pur rttftMB of a f Ar rotifer with ii. Ue hAvr in mi i m ,hr, Mure 1002 and Mo 6mU Ihr Inrrt dCaUeif In th WIH RJ n Bfw nr f(ln IIMM (stra, a dlttlnrilon trxmtr pofl Kll)lrnnly throtith thr m Ml urn "f ihnnMnd of MtlnAid fflM ipnifri ir foil 1AT TO 11 1 rMI on us nnd irriirt i lUreRtn. IF VOt; WANT Hi SKt.f, Irt us v.,ne- oil fen iifffr WF AIJVl I l iim AUTOS BOUGHT. (OLD ADO EXCHANGED ON BALK AT RKA90X ABIK PE CpFtTAOF. flOt rxnfrtenre an fH1 Itlrfi urn yours for your fftln well MOttfl, Am Tire. Buntjrlei. TIMES SO. AUTO CO., ITOH-IJia H'way.aesr 1 4th St. 1911 gunboat, like CHALMERS, 40, nw. Honkam-Sootl. 17M B'wsy "Bad Weather" Bodies Cheap! largest stork In the t'nlted Statu. TK'HKNOn UllAND'S ItinlNU Al'ADRMY BUII.DI.VU. Full or ew and Id hand At'I.F.TTM LIHOUSINH AND LANDAU All 1 IU11 I'KIIKS Makes are: Brewster. Drmarest. Rnihtchll', Oulnby. Lorke. ( ole-Woop, llealy and exery -maker known. Don't wait for Ihe cold and snow but get rran t now. It takes time to Anlsh and inouni thul Job complete, dsn Open Dodlea. Seats windshields. Tops, Ai Broadway Ante Eiefcaage's Bily Bta't, L. C. JANDOHr. I'res 124-126-128-130 West 56th St PIAT, 1910, 18, llmounns, elegant condition, Roskam-Srolt, 17M B'way. 2OTH0R8IT0WER FIAT RACER WINNER LAST TALE HILL CLIMB. WINNER LAST PORT JEF FERSON HILL CLIMB. Cosltx2.ono: sell Immediately; rash offer, sent' . I Itnskam-.Srott Co.. 7S B'way. Demareat Ul im CHALMERS, 30, 1911, Itmotitlne, like new. Roakam-Scott, 17M B'ay. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWNKR8 AND SELLERS OF AU TOMOBILES. coumnciAL vbhi OLBS, GARAGES, TIRES, EQUIP MENTS, ALSO REPAIR COM PANIES. WILL ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING Of INTEREST IM THIS COLUMN. "MrrrHELI.8." We are moving to otir nes' service hulkllig about October I Below lb a Hat of our u" d cars We do not want te carry them xvlih us. We ne-d ihe room anil the money. We have tagfed them with prices a'hjch ahoulti he altraetlx-e. tlach one of these ear has been thoroughly ox-erhauled. repainted and Is guaranteed ,n are equlppen wiih ton. lamps, horn and tire Irons: tome with wl idahleld and-epeeuometer also. laossoh. p .tearing ear. uo 1B0S2Ah minister 'a 10 Ii h. p. touring ear eon lxWSB 80 h. p. Mwrpi ear. eon lenetOh. p. tourl-grar.. .. 7M 1I0 so b. p. touring car. all cylinder i.rxio M1TCHEU. MOTOR CO. OF NEW VORK. ISW Broadway.. Telephore Siso eclumbua. HO SIMPLEX. leiO, 7 passenger, muring body, top, seat, covers, speedometer and all complete, ready for use: run Irae than 6,ou miles: will be soUl at a bargain. SO RENAfLT. 4 passenger tourist body and top; late lent model: a real bargain for some one. One IS an STKAR.N.1. ISIO model, ran leaa lhaa 3.0U0 mllea: handsomely equipped. J. M QUINBY A CO.. NEWARK. N. J. FOR SALE AT RARCAIN PRICES A few good cars uaed but little and put In eon dltlon like new. One "JO" six cylinder Iaotta. town body Two "45" 4 cylinder laoltas, touring hortles One "25" Panhard. Itmoualnr and to'trine bodies. Several other good ears at cxtrrmelv low srteee, to make room. J. M oriNBY CO., NEWARK. N. J. AriOMOUILB BAR4, A I XX Axwi ok TIME PAYMENTS late models, all Slandar,. in,, e. Mao TIMEH AND TI'BEN. Pre. Ii Itlll stTeic at SO., below regular prii Bf, TIMES MU. AI'TOMOnfl E 4 41. Largest Oralera In the World. I 70S-17 IM B'way. SSth Nt. TlTui'.E B KOEPTIONAL EARQA I NStT: Taken In trade by the VETAI.LttROlQI'K MOTOR CO . 1M4 BTVAY. IgtO Simplex, tox tonneau . S'-'.T.'iO i h. p "SUent Knight" Daimler a.7l lOOnduh p. Pierce Arrow. I,)g0 All emilppiM and In perfect eoaaltlen, n.VKKH VEHICLU CO. nm B'WAY. CSED RAKER ELKCTRtC COUPE, STAN HOPE, VICTORIA A.N'D LANDAULET; OVER HAULED AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. K) AND CP. JliST OUT- New its: Helz "M"; 4 tfl. water cooled: finest : pass, car of Ha m.- built: Uosoh biah tension magueio. ton. gna lampa, o,c. SoJ. IKTZ MOTOR CO.. SIWrat JCdlL JCST "PHONE CHARLES, S7S TREMONT, for lileh isxwer 7 iiasaeoger 'louring Cars, owner drives; special rate half day Sundav, IA per hour. H, A. tTIARLI S. 10x8 Washlngkin av. KBIT RUNABOUT, fully USSdi a: big discount. W. llroadxxux . eiilpped: alltlitly P. MaLLON, lioJ OHALIIKRS "1'OirrV TOL'HINCl CARS, ro built arid i e pain led. C. DOW. IZ7 broadway. N V. VYANTBD a an. 19' 1 Packard Touring car. L U 7'. Roekefeller Bldg.. Clexeland. Ohio. ( IHA1 .UER8 guaranteed. C. CARS DOW. rebuilt, repainted and ia-7 Rroadway, city. CAB BOCliHT AND SOLD, roih Century Co . 1700 R'wav. cor. Mth. Aalnmoblle Instrurilon. FOR OWNERS, prospeetlxe owners, rhsuf feurs. Ihorouffhlv nraelleal isxilrse: riav or evs- nliig. Rook let on rtdiiesl WEST SI DE V. si. 0, A. iii xx es . i ii ,i. elephnne SMO Columbua. TUslt-TVaSx-yJP MOTOR COMPANY. J BCMlL$II3l IITii n wai ror Ud Si Telephone. 7t-7l7 Columbus. ALL MAKES llouiht. Sold and Exchanged Times Sq. Auto Co.. 1710 B'way. BENZ Auto Import Co. of America . S44 I l xx est Mth St.. N. V. RlllflC Motor Co.. B'way, between Mth 4 DWIWxT Mm 8 phone 40l Columbn. CADILLAC Cara, Parts. Repairs, (iarnge. Columbus Clrale. Tel 7700 OaL 188x1 BROWWAY (631 SI ) Phone taog 4'olnmbsa. EVERITT Self alarllng cars. Shepherd Meier Car Ca, H way. near Mat St. aiatac laaVtaaaAaal owners' t o SOX Weal End Ave., at 70th St. Phone 7MD Col. HENRY Crawtord-Thomaoa Co. IMS B'way. Tel. SMS Col. KNOX Knox AuisViobtle Company. ISftA 1IMA Hroadwa- Phone esse oak NATIOHAl PPIRTNBR MOTOR CAR CO.. IM B'way S4th8t.i. Phone sias 7 Col. MAXWELL HAXWKl.i.-iiitiacor: nae.i .1 Wesi Slst St. phonejlMO iol. ScDddar, L T. & Co Ill makes. 1717 Dread xxa. Phone Col imbue 111, SIMPLEX ' "Msde In New York City sslMrLCA i son iv- B'wav. I el DIM Col. SPLITDORF MAGNETO Branrh IB7 llroadwa.x . ' WHITE WHITK 0Oi Broaitway aad Md SI Phone MB2 Col. The Wall Stresl edition of Tea Lvbmno sum eon tains all the Dnanelal newt and the stock and I ""lid quotauons lo tne cic.se oi inn marset. i na j closing quotations inrludliis Ilia ' bill aud aakaj'' prices wtth additional news matter, are roa- talned alto tu the nlihi edition of Tas KTssue Strs.-Aas- n MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY "i