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l TOMOnil.FS. AiTOMnnn.w. A I TOMOnil.KM. AIT(lOnilH. A I TOMOnil.F.I. AtToaiontMT. THE SUN, MONDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1911. ONE CHANCE FOR TAFT TO WIN irr niM i v m sixkss At irrv, su Y-f.M. OOVQLA&, Tenner Bt Mntr Ktreutlac May Presi dent's sxpefchr and niokmhim' Threat i f llrcedlnn a Panic Worse Than Ttiat or Roosrarti in num. i; ,vi, Oct, I. President Taft hurt i. i ...cry time he IMkM n ItsMch, , ,i lark hiM the best clwnoB of bsjlng ' , , . I President f any Democrat. The s an law should lie amended in llich , way .is lo give the bin OOrpOfHtiOtMt , . to go ahead. The Democrats are , , ; . i nl Winning in the MXt State and j i elections Then" are Boms of t... ew oi xx miaui 1 1 uquiihdi prwii" :. 'iner (lovernor of MgSMchUMttS, (; .-.-I'd in an interview on the political Ulri ItuslnoM Hit nation. I think the lemocrnt will carry the . Htate and national elaotlOBS," aahl Mr itmiglaa "I don't think the Rgpubll i , . i much chanes of beating 100 trill make a desperate effort lo get l met her, lint I do net think they can iniike the successful effort thla year. I ! -." principal candidates for the demo cratic nomination for President will lie Speaker Champ (Turk, Gov. iiarmnn (.f and QoV. Wileon of New Jersey. 1 i: ah t lark will win. In my opinion he would lie the strongest Democratic candi date faft haa only one possible chance for reelection. He must atop toadying to the Insurgents. There WM reason to believe tha' he would not pursue the course that Roosevelt did. but from the very first ha has I n alternately on and off that enurse. He haa lost the confidence of the rommaroial interests of the country. And every day ho makes a spee-h h' rr;w- those interests further away from him. 'Unless business confidence is roetored, I Bd that quickly, there will lie a worn' Hate of panic than wd have hud sine el 1 The general business of the country j haa fnllen off 25 per cent. alUCO that year Roosevelt with his probes and threats of probes in 1007 almost precipitated an I awful panic I aft with his talk and his W ickersham threats of probes is precipitating another. What the country needs is not that kind cf talk, but a strong bugle blaat message rmn the President that it is his purpose o do everything possible to give con fidence to tii" business man ickersham says he his mp.ny big corporations to investigate and would j like to have the bnainaaa men get together I and devise some way to settle th" whole matter up. That's perfectly absurd. Why, the business interests date not make i move now for fear of running afoul of I tome law they did not know about and I lending in court I lie .Sherman law should be amended f ihct It could be more clearly under- lined and more properly applied The big corporation haa corne to etny Modern business oonditiona demand It. it ought to have the right to buy out othr cor pi rations, not for the F.tke of abutting down planta but to include them in their g, !.. :ii" and operate theni profitably. j "The cry is tha bir- corporations wipe out i ompet if ion and should be regulated by Ir.w It i a poor rule that dH not work both ways lift is alienating the busings1 in-, b rents He c. nnot )in)' to get th" msur- ! p. nta. There is only one thing that oan s. " him nid that is the conservative vote of th" country In my opinion he i will not try to win it He is lacking ' either in the wisdom or the courage. Juat now he is more of v. politician then a str teaman "We Read more statesmen mil fewer i politloiMM. That hr.n leen a.iid before i many tlmee. but it is pertinent now We must have new parties if the business of the country is to be saved rnd conserved A new alignment is coming. To-d ly there ia no Republican and no Demo cratic party, strictly s;ieaking. Th in aurgent RepubUcens are nothing more or less than radical Democrats They are of the nam" belief s and theories I They will come together in a new party, th radicals, in a few years "And the other party. tb conaerva- lives, will be composed of. the business ! mn and the workmgmen who want less political excitement and s'eadier em- I oloyrnent. They mar no win the first battle, but they will win the aeoond I They must if the country is to go forward and meet the demands of the times "The party whose slogan is steadv work Will be the great party of the future. I TI.e Republican party will be defeated at I tl.e next national election because it will not have that slogan. Of course, the Democratic party will not have it either, but it will offer greater promise of good. "The people have come to the conclusion that the first step is the defeat of the I publican party, and then the new lineup i f torces. The Democratic partv will not adopt that slogan liecause of the fear of 'Tending the theorisis and faddist.) in lh( party. The Democratic party cannot get rid of that element, becauae it thinks some day it will get soincthingfrom tUe party, "If reciprocity hnd won in (nnarlaj laft might ha' gona befora the Deo pie I i n tluit isaur. with aotno hope o( SUOOeaa. Not ha ia iotiif(l lhat hopo. "Tha (rent inane of tha next national! lantnalgd will ba tin- tariff What are i tho lt' iuihlicane RniiiK to t. ll the people i " explain their failure t.. reduce lite ' iriff? They say tha have appointed a iai fl Commlaaioni and that there la going to I..' a sotentlfio readjuatrnent ul Uw lariff, "i don't tak" any atoclc in that Tariff I'oi sin. Experta, indeed' Well, I . I rather trunt to the Judgment o( t.' is of Congress thr.n to oxparta, 111 . They Hity they lire goihtf to up the Rchedulea article by artiolej ml ill tern. in. tha tariff on eceh one, "lv Irn.l i I'll boahl how are : '. icoing tri tl it on tie- finish, rl product? . cannot tor exbtnple oonaider merely i' inn. t. of which ii anoe m in; de. s'.rrv about the hoatlla npirit w mi inf. eted in the (', linde n ciini- 1 . : i. atH'enientn did tct help I 'oir.ote better feeling And that i.n-' ii i. 'Ik wa very h d wa ought reciprocity with ('. nedf Lei uh more r, ships and frwar war lit ua trv io jet Into the mnrkein world 'l i d manna proo so inei i. a let us ii v.. i ii the trade wa i ii handla " U Hints OS I'M ILI(i RATE. 11 idlng i ratics (.'uni'll Ubjreti Is jajsv Vartl Hagri, S'ew York Building I lades Pouni I), etiting the unions In the building I viis reported yesterday, has in- i i its aeorotary wrila t " President and Seerel.iry of War Kitimaon an- UK to each a table of whfl I the council ! i are Hie prevailing rates of wagoa i - 1 ity and asking tiiai the prevailing - i wngea l' fuiid to the mechunica i .i ..I the Brooklyn navy yard ii dsn stated tliat repreaentativea of "IIU'll will If so desired appear before " id of avageH at the Brooklyn navy . , u, allow i iia i the mechanics employsad en are not getting the prea ailing wagea hoard f,f wagea tixes the wait ii - ii 1 1 ic average of the w anes paid l.y prominanl tirma m thla city The i d taken tiy ttie unions ih that the union ratal uiu the prevailing rates. The m i wk mitM im.iioi Ala., tlar S4th I Twn Hr. I. : First In free for alii llr.i In 3"i 10 ISO ruble Inch plsnin rtliplariimenl cias. AI.I.ONCJ t l. III., .lone Bthl pint la to iikw cij: Klrsl in l?'l to IIBDO r'.M two I'lris In ' r.lcafo formula Division. Www The The 'Sew Model -nas Sociable" n4iadster I4SO Mating thtee persons on one m'j ..f- l.slsl" 1 ,.iine KIIIIMI I tally lighted; GOLF "PROS" AT DUNW00D1E nvSCAN, Tin: yisitixu stoT, MAKKS A FINK ROVND OF 70. Paired Mini .lack Macule VMtor la Drgtrn b Herbert Nirniiat aori Isaac aiact.li- Plans for NUHI '" Tour- namenl Women's Hatrlrs t 'ioc. Although rain tell Idle the last few holes were honor played Hot a peaon daaerted the dnlleri' .1' the Dunwoodla Country Club yesterday until the end of Hie tour hall mat 1 h between tha visiting BrltlahaiWlaorga Dun. an the Sent, who holds the lohat tha Knaliah club of Tlmpei lev. and .lark MarUie. the borne professional, who oppoaaaj Har pert Htrona t paa'amla and Isane Macke of r'on if t in htrona and Laaao Macine. aftei being l down In 1 he morning, on iv 4 up and . to play. H was a cheer? gad lively match, and aftoi In the clubatouae there typical lunwoodia eveniilg of ong, i"1' and a club dinner 'there baa seldom been lour aucb Ions drivers engaged in the same match, and ill" display! from the tee were of the daZ'lll.K aort Duncan, who is the meteor of golf and who plays "ad has his club hack in the bag while another Is only taliin his stam e, held his own With 'lie others from tha tee Me did what has been deemed almost Im possible hereabout by holding the titanic. Isaac Maokte on the Heek and full Iron shot- The course was In excellent turf and the dlltSDcei were us follows. Out VIS 3M ISO IIS KM 0U U SU 140 '-'.ftOT in .-.si ax iao ai i "2-i i'M mtoo 1,101 fito I mean and I. H i UDUXed the openine hole wnti a 3, hit this was cancelled when gtrnnu slipped in a J ai the fourth. Il and l-.ic after ai allei nal onS of wins were I up a' the tarn They halved I be tenth, hui Mtronii gained Ina eleventh m aii mid waa After " poor drive he barely reached the green on hi seoond, hut had :i i Kach of the other three pulled his drive into I he rouifh and was either too .forcible or too weal, wilh the se.-ond, 10 t thai despite Ins pour start WtrODg us an easy winner of the hole. (in Hie nng thirteenth Isaac laid his Iron I shot dead and holed in H This made KtroiiK and Isaac, in comparative heights a Itavid laud OollSth :t up with I to piny. Now Imuran and -laca by a hraee of .is and a 4 evened the score by BUOOSSSlve wins All were on Hie c, yard sovonicenth in : 'The Car of Minute Detail' Realization of an Ideal The New Oakland Leader, Model "40," 5 Passenger, Fore-Door, $1450 FOR the coming season we announce a complete line of models, three of them equipped with unit power plants- the motor, clutch, and transmission being one complete unit Models "45," "40" and "30" are uniform in design and construction--the only difference being the length of the wheel base and the power. Oakland Cars for 1912 represent the fulfillment of ideals and plans which we have been working on for two years ideals that have reached full growth. Experiments and tests have proven beyond a douht that we made no mistake. It has been our aim to manufacture, for 1912. Models that will become motor-car standards for their respective horsepower rating, and fill every want for power and speed. This we have accomplished. Note these important 'ontures of Modela "45," "40" and "SO " Iather-faCfd cine dutch, with sprints under leather for smooth Martina; s,-i rtive tranamlasron, three ppecda forward and rem rae: chroma nickel g ars and shafts, drop forged I brum mice, rear mips full floating type, with removable differential; squat tuba tadiatois, large cooling aurfaoaa; dual ignition system -magneto and battel? All rhasses -ire syenly balanced. All parts hoar true relatlonahlp to rnch other. rach chassis is a cnniplele unit The four component purls th.' motor, clutch, transmission and differential are true aeparately aiul to each other. 'I hey act with precision and deliver the maximum power to th' reur Wheel with the leait poaalble horsepower loss. sitnpiuMt v und 'tocessihihty Vive been our first iini 'I hese two t"ntures inaui freedom from t rouble and eoonomy of maintenance. ih motor valves mm- tacioaed, makltui the nowtl plant not only nolaeleaa, hut protected from dual and dirt. Th reSAOVSble differential makes the dn vine geat s r.idil act .-ssihle lor oiling and adj iiatment, Hine their lne-.pt.ion the popularity of Oakland Car h is been Incre slna uteadily year ;ifie vnr .tiirlce n by nur nasi performance, rs well as by oir nse product, Oakland have been victorious for many years in iiiii oifmba. road and track evenu FeetViikethtea aosoiutel) pruve the wonderful rfflcienoy of th oar. I OAKLAND RECORD: 1911 I roil II (Ml. Me jBBf I :th : flrl in llftl loSiaoorlaM; s. n.i.i In fre. roi .til COM uiti a. v i .. Jau 4th : l lrst In free lor nil. I'lrsl In 3tl to ISO euMe Inert pV,,'.'i illsplftcrnietii rUia. OSK (most l.i . .Inly ath : '.v .i SO" won te I lrt. lira i.i a mi ., .lula lit, 1Mb nit Kith I iieeiAnii Ne nllabUlly ooateat: I mo I'erfe I snore-. 1912 Oakland have been driven in extended teits. under the severest strains, under all road conditions for many thousands of miles. Their performance has satisfied us. Our Line for This Season New Oakland Leader "4V 11 450 Roomy, powerful, silent epgar, ore-uoor louring car. mstaa control: motor . in. he: Schooler carburetor; aujiaro tub rad ato Pret-Q-Llt tan's, wheal base 113 inches: i ires .Tlxi Inchel Other Types of the New Model "40 ' Torpedo body, unique m arfeotly An la had; alectri- scats three persons OAKLAND MOTOR DIRECT BRANCH, 1600 BROADWAY SERVICE DEPARTMENT, 131 WEST 51st STREET Call for advance catalogue. IXablmheil rfrolrr arc inritrd to mnkr application for open territory. BROOKLYN DEALER. WOOD AUTO CO., 431 LAFAYETTE AVE. ept Strong, who missed his drive, and .lack Mackle, who had used wood twice agalnat iron by Duncan and laaac for their eeconda, made his side i up by getting do ii a thirty foot put They halved l he home hole, the tallv for the best hnlls being ;i Kive halved holes started the afternoon round, hut Stronir and Isn.'i'- won the sixiti t a 4 and squared the match. A twelve foot put by Isaae netted a on the seventh. Jack tnleelng one of five feet to halve, and a .".on the eighth nave a lend of up to Stronir and Isarn A ' op hunker Kiiurds the '."lo vard tenth and Duncan banged into d "ii the carry from the tee lie had to straddle the mound to play his second and ' hipped Hie hall dead to the hole Is Was a win in a for him, although Jack, who had rea hed Hie irreen by driving around the comer of the hunker, tried hard for a half hut had io he content with a. stroma's line second shot enabled him to et a :t on the eleventh ami another 9 by the Apawamii coath on the fifteenth made his side again 9 up. 4 on the sixteenth was recorded by both Stronii and Isaa and this gave the match t., them by 4 up. I he bye holes were split, the seventeenth played In the downpour heinir a beautiful :i for Duncan, who gained the areeu with drive niid con and holed a thirty loot put. I he beat ball scores weie Ii.". lor the winners and JU for Dunoatl "I'd .lack, the hitler belna the Britisher a individual card as it happened I Ins 70 won tor him the special prie of 33 for the beat card oi the second i ound The best hall total for StronK and Isaac MacUie was rtfl and for Imncun and -lack Mack la 141. flu' individual totals were Human, 110. .lack Mackie. IS Herbert Stronir. 131, and Isaac Mackie, l.'.l. summaries were. HRSr hai.i. IcoaSB- mors." '. Srroni nnil I Mjeiile I 4 I I 4 I I 4-sl4 liuneaa sml J m . 'i 4 & :i 4 .a :i 4 4 j.a Htrons and 1 suckle I 4i i 4 4 4 4 It ti Duncan ami J Macule 1 f, 4 4 3 .1 1 3 .', a torsi hai.i. SCOgSS ArrKasou.x S I run anil I Macule: 344414234 llunean aiei .1 Markle n II 3:1 35 I 34444. a 144 , Siring anil I Miu-kle: 13. 1 433445 Duncan and .1. Mackie I ft III I I I SJ 141 I.NplVlllCAl 1 ASPS- OeargeOuaesa, Urest Drltaln: nut 4 a 3 I I 3 In. 4 6 4 6 3 4 4 Dill 3 4 4 4 1 6 3 In 3 4 3 4 3 4 6 36 36 M 3S 311 3U Jack Macule. Duawoodle: Out 4 In HUI . In. . Itrrhert Sir Hut . In Hut la.. . I A t ft 4 3 3 4 4 4 S 4 4 3 4 3 3 un, Apawamii 4 4 6 2 ft 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 14 4 5 3 4 13 4 sa 41-77 as 38 74 151 i iNNari. o. .inii aoth: First la IS1 lo -m ,-uhlc Inch piston tllpltt.'Slnrnl class. Aim si a. air.. August I Oth i rlril in i Uss i . eoittisii n. Naats Amait Itlhi I'lrsi In ls.ii to tISOO clawi Firi In s.idi to 11400 eaM. bokiosi. Mas.. a anal lathi Fir. I l:i VS'l to f t?i el.im: First In l:ill i ;;.,:,,.. The ea Model "4" ailOO 7-paMncer, fore-door louring car: insid.. control, n.otor 4,-..v, m.-lies Roach magneto is-h blei carburetor; full HcaaiTne real axle Pret. t'-l.ii.. tank; wheel baae 130 inchee; tin :.i4 , mcbet' do ntpunfable rims full nu kei ai.t.oiniu.etiis The Keaa Model "ao" m iv.no i nlshed to the minute- R. casseiiBrr, i.'re-.i,,,,' lourins oir iiisui 'M In- hel'le" i hi hui. Prt-'-u-l.ne II i: 'in l.e. I ires :t4:i . in, h. The "llahlaml Oriole" MISOO .-.11 P Road iter tor pedp bod; . 11,01,,, (M in, hes. Prest-u-l.lto iunk, wheel baaa loo Inches; ices xixV Inches The Model "Sip siiisa win, fore-doori liono onen fir.nt: 2-pjUitenuer, m il 1' Roadaler; Battleship Oraj motor 4X4 Inch; wheel baaa i"o Incbea . 1 ires sji,, uicbaa ' CO., Pontiac, Mich. '. sj,,n- Macule. Po Mills 'ut 44I4I4SS In 6 4 3 4 4 11.1t . : r. 4 1 a a .in 41 1" I4l4144t ru :i in The referee was W K. Moon of the Dun woodla t lub greens committee, v 1 r J" '' 1 x innaspm, n a ale freshman, won the championship of ! Hi" Wee Uuni riolfChib tn-dai H heat , h I. Scofleld, ,lr . a ii, and 4 lo play, in a I thlrtj si hole match Actitleld had the advantuse 111 the moriiiinr round, but Bios. Bom ,,,11. overcame the lead m the alter ; noon I a number who look part in the Lesley ip Irl-loaaue niatcii in return to the Nil nit ry i lub this week for I ha tournament of I huraday, rriday and ' alwai-s n iariifl .-oul hurl. Haturday. It cimss 1 iiiik. 1 ravia navma won 11 last year and llorreahofl the year herore 'irims won I,,,, in nn,s ,,,,,1 before 1h.1t Traver HIM III Iriihl i.n ,,.! la ,.,..1.... I , sum,, ursperate nn.cs m cilirerent I lit. flrul , ,.. Imu. , 1 t.:...n.. -eii'i tlit.il nnn I i.ixis 01 Hi. filial rouii'l I he minor ruins 11 re al u a vw out iiie iaai lournaineiii "i the seism on Long Island, a cue. 11 in which the Harden City 4 Mill ( lub open the hall It should he nuti. i. that the tournament entries dose to-morrow night, not aYednea da' night, and Should be sent to II. I, iledner at the .lub the imallfylng round of ihuraday "ill he of (hui) six hole-, b it a 1 hange is that the gi Id medal is to 10 the makn of 1 1 e beat eighteen hole round. Si.xteens will iiuallfy lor lour cups, ihe Nassau Country, (lion i ove, North 1 ountry and Hed Spring, but there will he other I Here will ne oiliy one beaten lor the i.i' ers lose 111 the first round for the Kauai i i untev en. Ihe semi llii.il i.n I final rounds will he on Saturday, "hen tnere will also be an eigh teen hole handicap tor gross and net c ups Anothei change from recent customs is that the eeml (InaTlsti may have their genres counted in the handicap In other words, there is no rule aaainst a player winning two or more prizes at tins tournament II he is able lo iu so II W I'errln told thla story nl Hie Nas tau Country ('lub on i ridav. "Our White ; MhisIi t OtlUtry I hih might well have been 'called ihe white Ocean thrae weeks ago when the river 'hat crosses the valley over flowed its bank," Itagan the Philaidelphlan 1 " I he Pennayla anla sltata championship was I 011 for decision and was one of four who tried to reach the club In a hues Irom ihe 1 railroad station 'i he water was three ft deep nil oxer the course, the clubhouse on isolated island, rain fell ill torrents hicI water slopped into the bottom of the Intel. 1 as the hois, . pulled heavily along (he sub merged road When within stm yards of the club house Lhehoree fell and broke the shafts oi the wagon 'I he driver splashed around until he hail unharnessed the hoi'ae ' and then he mounted h and rotle away 1 "Three of us had been aiding the driver , and we wttre tu wet that we vxaded lo tho n'r.i . motor iti lank, wheel has., ciiionouee, aa, found some o'hers ma rooned there. Including 1 Kownea of Pltteburg, the tltleholder, and at Interval we yelled at the nun, w e I, ml left in t he hack through mecaphonea and asked linn to sixirn n. lor a drink We hnd the place to ourselves, except for the servants, and there weren't any women around, so we could make all the umse pteaaed 10 keep our selves dry, Ihe chap iii the hack made no sign. He .-at in Ihe hat k for two hours wnh his leet on 1, .,it 1,, UPep them cut 01 the water, evidently waiting foi the !ia k man to . ome back with u fresh horse "HUI at last the door opened and ihl Playor emerged Horn the hack, umbrella iieM high in the lam, mid began to wade tl. lough the waist deep flood In Ihe club house He had stripped tor swimming mid had tied his rlolhea and shoes 10 the iihs oi ii,.. umbrella, Alter a rundown at the clubhouse he hud drv clothe, p, put on. and no one else reached il that din who was not 111 xe( garments I he Pennsylvania championship, it mar be added, has been Indefinitely postponed. ' Kntriea for the woman's national eh.-'in-ptonahlp close this evening wnh Robert r. Watson, secretary of tl,. 1 nltcd Htates 1, oil Association, at :u r'sat Korty-flfth street, ;mi. ' obamplonahlp entrant may pla) m the addi d comi etltion of the week including th" nil nod foursome, the one entry at tha secretary' oflic noverlna all or them Miss Dorothy Campbell, the title holder for two year, n nm. ii her 4 nnadltin title last week and Mis Moreno Harvey was runnerun Both liav iterod for the coming amefloan onntpi tltion Play will be ut ih" llaltuarol ciolf Club throughout next xvc-k and only fine weather 's needed to mnko tic conditions Ideal, ihe championship play is in the morning', but the special fixtures will make Baltuarol att raotlvu to players and vlaltors in theafter- noons us well as before luncheon, The flirt special on Tueaday aftomoon is n con solation handii-np for nonCUatiflor. On Wedneaday it is a handicap agalnat bogey. Thursday there will he driving, approaching and putting ooitipetitione; rrltfay a best hail competition without handlcapa, ami Kat irdax- the men will loin in the annua mix -d finiiHomv 'i'fie pries for th" special eonteau are tho glfl oi the Baltuarol (lolf (luh. Iuranos Auehtarloiila, Amerloan open champion of ilifl and now reatUis for a season a( hisold hom in f tndreWB. Scnt lai'd. has been donor good rounds m the various town competitions In a four ball ir.Mtcli nvr Ihe olcl course on lueedei xveek Auciit'-rlonie holed Hi" tenth hole iti two siiokes. The hole is 319 yards in length and he w.is actually hole high on the green with his tee shot, then holing a nice put. nicrlean Horses Hun Necnnd, .spfcul C'-iMe f)pitra to TVS si s I'xnis. iht. 1 1 rank .1. OoUld's COBtl he Bella ran second at Longchampa to-day in Hie race for the I'rix I heffrcville loirner rode. V K Vanderhilt'a I. a Hire wns . second m the race for the Prix Villebou with 1 0 Nedl iu Hie saddie. MEASURED BY ORDINARY MOTOR CAR VALUES, THE But We Have the Car and Mt HERE ARE THE PROOFS Chrome-Nickel Steel Construction Hartford. Cooo., July 34. nil. MFT7GPH MOTOR CAIt COMPANY. Detroit, Michigan. Gentlemen: Rrplylnc to yours of the 14th. we undentand that we ar upplylnf you with all of the drop forclno ued on the various model! of ears mannfartiired by vou, and we ran guarantee lhat the drop forilngt fur nished by us to your c ompany are of the highest grade that we ran manufac ture, and that these parts forging are made of the highest grade chrome ulckel steel. Yours respectfully, THE BILLINOa spfnti-r company. T. t'. ULXmaC V. P, and Supt. Personally appeared before me this day. July twenty eighth, nlneteea eleven T. c. DIL1-INGS. who arknowlrdges the above to be a true statement. FRANK It. aroCKKR. Notary Public. BILLINGS SPENCER nre considered the finest producers of forging in this country. SELF STARTERS, demountable rims, Bilk mohair fops, wind shields, speedometers, Preat-O-Lito tanks, foot and robe rails, tire holders. The most completely eepjipped cars. SIX CYLINDER 48 H. P. $1850 Motor 4x4'4 , large enclosed valves, 128' j-inch wheel baae, Sfi-inch wheels, demountable rims, enclosed brakes, genuine honeycomb radiators. FOUR CYLINDER 36 H. P. $1500 115-inch wheel base, 34-inch wheels, complete equipment. SO H P. TOP a WINDSHIELD S12M Demonstration by Appointment. SHEPHERD MOTOR CAR CO. Pirect Factory Representatives. 1659 Broadway (nr. Slst St. , New York l aed and eadursou by ine leading dealers. 3mJ all over the world. Csks W. Bagsus. Uarr. U 0Uaaa.Ua, lad. N. Y. Offlce, 1 Par How. MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY - motor COMPANY, J BBSOLVSBlSB H'way. cor. St Telephone. T at :i7 Columbus all ssisfEC isauahl.BoWaadKaehaBfed' ALL MURE) Times Sq Auto Co 1710 D arar B ENZ auto import Co ,.f America . L'44 ft a weal ;.tth st . N. Y iiiaaa Motor Co.. h'wn . between Uth 4 Mtn sts I'hone M" Columbus. CADILLAC Csrs. fans. Repairs. Garafe. Columbus C'lrrle. ill TTOOCol. 1881 BROADWAY (63d St.) Phone SR03 Columbus. EVERTTT seit .itarUaj oara. Shepherd Molor Car Cj.. ' H'wav near Mst St. Lais West 1 iARmiir'TT-i't-hS. Phoner . HENRY Crawford-Thomson Co. 1MD B'su . Ti l ::s col 1 ifsissai knoa Automobile Coropaoi . ! RROa ibks lA llroadway. rtuine 4M 1 ol. UlfinUII roKHTNKH MOTOR c Ml 'H -rUIIIUrUL B'way Hath St.i. I'hone IA IU UtVtatCII MA XWICI.I.-HltlSI OK line MHAIICLL 3 west aim St. Phone 4'.4u 1 m eja r T a r All makes intBroadway. SCUQBBr, L I. 10. I'hone coin nibusSSlS, ' ClUDI BY ' Xtadr In New York City. SllllrlXA 1 am tan: B'way. Tel. .'! Cat. SPLITDflRf MAGNETO XAr: WHITE c'tv. Broadwai ana Phone 3IS9 Col. d:,i si. i Automobile Instruction rnn OWNERg, prospective nirner. ensiif feurs. ihorougnli oraetleal course, day or svs. nlng: honkleion reuuexi si xx r ,s i miir, i m. v. -x. lephoue 3a,M COlllmblll, a rhl .X71I1 st ASSflATIO MM HAI.I.. Agar of the CrltchlO Tram hcores I'lae lioals. a new reeord in soccer footh ill was hung i up yesterday when I. Agar of the I'ritcli' 1 V. t. scored live goals consecutively iii a league game ,,r the New York rSlato seru s winch was played at Msniuette Oval, 1 Rrooklyn, with the clan MoKenslcs as their ' opponents, In the firat period of play goals by Agar and Hampson put the Crttchteys m the lead. Marshall showed up well in goal I for the home team and the t hins were I imabl ' " score In this half. AA'heii th sec 1 ond session h'td been under way hut a few minutes I Agar started his record breaking performance and Bailey could do nothing x. heii agar 03 me rushing down th ' Hold I with tho ball The crowd on hand kept pressing him on and it was likely il the game was longer he xxould have eac died this mark. The only goal the visitors were credited with arSS one that was netted by roil, the Critchleyi' right baok, At llanlson, N. I . the National league Lite? My Family Hiewed from Pura t Mall. ia Wholesome and Nutritious! Have a Case Sent Home! IS IMPOSSIBLE AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWNERS AND SELLERS OP AO TOMOBILKS. COMMERCIAL VEHI CLES. CAR AGES TIRES. EQUIP MENTS, ALSO RFPAIR COM PANIES, WILL ALWAYS FIND SOMl'THINC. OF INTEREST IN THIS COLUMN, ' MITCMKI.US.'' We are moving to our new service building shout October 1 Prion Is a Ih' of our used cars. Vae .10 not want to earn them with u. We need ihe room ai.it Pie nionex He have taffed them s 1 1 M prices which shoul.l he attractive. Karh one of ihrse cuts I, as been ihoruughly overhauled. repainted ami is . u.ti in are equippeo wuii top. lumps, horn ami Hie lions, some with windshield and speedometer also. IS06 r.llh. p. touring car 8 usia ?.a h. p, .-"...,. 1 iwiisiir s louring car arm 1IIOH30 h. p. louring car ami inm in n p 1010 -V) h. p lourltg ear 7.MI louring ear. sis cylinder t.coj UTTCHBLL MO raJR CO. 1 U' NBW YORK. Tele phone 3ian Columbus. 1x7a Prnailwax A I 10x101111 I HVKCaiNH 4'ASH on riMB PA X ai K NTS late model, all .staudaril makes. TIKBUI a all Tl HF.sl. I'resh 1BI1 stock at IOo l.eiuw- regular prices. riatKs gn. a I "roatrlBU e to. Largest Dealers in the World. 1 ;-- is B'way, saih st. 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I70D H'wa) . cor. 5iih. 0 A MS 111 II I roih Century co.. opened when Hie Scottish Americans de I feated the Brooklyn in a ragged game bv a, score or I goal ton Iftookivn was handi capped to a great extent, as three of their star player.; xyere absent from the scene oi ''utile I Ii" positions of Macleiuiati Nichols and Poward eee flllH kn T.HI.. A' i lei AAegbe nd Williams, but they all piovili i.l to to ine task. t xxss finl until the Inst few minutes of play that the leisevnieh were able to register n goal lx u h v vx ho had defended hrHllant ly through out, allowed the hall lo skid off his toe and Iheh.iriison at centre took advantage of Hie llitl and banged Ihe hull in lor Hie lune tally ol the day. At Jersey ity the AA est Hudson de feated the strong Jersey . f. ,y me score of V goals to 1 in a hist game At Van t ort land t Park tl.e ( Inn Moi llonalds loos the measure of the t ameroiia in u one sided game by a score of goals toQ. B a score ol l goal to o, which xva the result of a penalty kick converted Into a goal, the s,t (ioorge F C, heat the Oennan A. (' at A an Cprtlandt Park, the game being plaved in the rain. In a second section league gam the It lit u nia K. ( succumbed to the flTSSn point Y. C by tho sccxre of goal to 2. The Oreenpolntera led :i to at half time Mavor and A esley tallied the goals for tho to Drink This Beer!" Hops and IVflfrr, li.'itled onir by tks brewer. Bead lesion et Woerz New York. Order Irom aay dealer.