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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1913.
6 BETTER GOING INLAND ON NEW HAVEN WAY Howl Conditions on Klioro It'oiito H)'iort(d Iiml iy a. C. A. :tv rmv is covkiikd New York's Newest Automobile Club OImtvit on Club Cnr Tolls ,lust Wlii'iv Snrl'iici'.s Arc l.iid or Koimli. ,"m1 way to 'rw II.imm.. Spiihk- I S .TCesti i- i better tlutli the ti nte. II Ih npnilid I'V an nbcrviT ill fur nf On- Aut'MMolill flub nf . r i jxirt returned fintn a iitu In l.p.ivtiiK New Vork oily the 't tn.ittilv f all pmil iiM'halt " fi'.ii"! I'liiirmirM I'rom thirc on . k IliK l MTV UlN.d In rotillmin Mil- n ii phort xtiilili of lalliii iiiir . 1 1 ' i ui ill ri'i I mi I'llhnm mm mil' I'atUwa.v i- followed Ititn New IV I'nmi 1 1ll place I hi' timliulM t ' t nl much poor mad, iiml will Mm! "-.ir to imiKi' ilitnuiH must of th" i in port '"hr Met 1- " l'"'t Chi'MiT. twputy-llvo tulle out , n.u A 'irk ilty, til-- halunce nf the i i Vow ll.ixntj. ii illMatice of fnrtv r iVW w'll h found prnctlcallv hII ,. . I "' " .lilatll Villi tilt ixtiptlnn nf il i n ii'ii rt worn Mr-tchi ran of Stunt- "1 ,ii"l a hi rriiiii v detour just ln- iiml m iiv lliivn tlii- tnntorlit leave the IV. "i I'ppt Ho nl. inmiliiK Inland over k I road ti llcilln "lunere rroin i f i". .i illt-tance of abojf. twelve miles, ! Ii. rl'ii lMUe. which 1 ixii'llrtit ma- . . i- ' lollowcd to Pa-tforil Tli it i'. ilver Irnm llarlfoit I- tol 1 " 1 On' rim l iiM-r fair macud.im i .1. when the mail l.i under eon " . i in However, th" tluuouKlifare Is wide at Hib I'l.o-" and 1 hi- motnrUI i' ' km ilenre litllr illlln illlv III ticK" t . is m tlrot'h uiuli i count ruction T' i,,t -. vu iuIIph entering fiulmt- 1 i r found to hi- worn unit much . ccthr with tin- section of thf ui in th" viMiilty rt Mnmntoiicok ' !; "iiii'rli'.i pr(Clcally all the t e .ns ih'ii will ! furid on the trip. I r ', SprlhKtl"!.1 lU- . -Ii rlt will ill r ipi an excellent i ;A '.t miuh a most trj live valley, wh.ti tnniiv lieautlful : " HM-- f tli" filial'' - and UuchaiisT tM mav hp had Vi" rlvrrit follow i ,. r. ntp for man' imlp" aii'l rp a uf "f ront'int u4nuro to tin- pyp, ' i't nbovp ronrtllloii'" vM tirartlrally all i. n 'n'o WotrpKt'i Thp only rau-p in' r'.a.nl on this halt nf Hip trip Is Umi th" town whii'h an- paspil throiiRh ''a.l l i ilo their fharp inward makliiK t pnilrp run a rnuipli-f Jn, IwnltiK r- cl- '"I '' Imprmp Ih" shoit Mn ti'lua f n j1 under tli'lr JutlMilPtlmi in i'i- l.ipt wtloti id l h- inutp from Wor-'.-' r to l!oton th" niotoilsi will tind s.i tic !! coii'l marailam rout, tin" Iml bfi-f Hiim-wlwl urn and iuukIi In ft. (.). MaBntllrPitt Commonw i allh , , 1. K fr'ilownl ovi'l' IWPlVP tllllin of v .'ir.t I'M-Hil.im rlKht Into tin rpntrp of TI. -ion I'i i h 't p roltfp to Hoiitoti lias In f n r. nKl . i1pi rinpil In thp ahoM' hh far a- Niu iUm'i. Just beyond Ne Haxpti i id . F.iM Haviti lini- thp toad Is i'IospiI ir-rt.i i.-'i j'-i oi" inakltiK u dptour tpt-pi'.i-. i" riran("M Ht'joinl Cullfonl an- p.il-.r ilfoiir is inajp ovpi- a Rmd ?tonp r.,...! I" U'tl ioc! Asalu a' old I-Mlll , ir i 'iiid" nv-r par sandv rnads , l.ii.kh"" and Vlantlr tn New lm r i '- n N'p I.oril'in a vprv pour trtrh i ..'h ai.d s.nd ri'.i'l wi.l 1'P Piimuii ' f.ir ahout mx inlti-.. tlun fair frinpl s . i.d wld hp fotm.it to WaKitlild .lust '.. - tnchiiiK th'i town, h llllli rpa i w l iK-lnB 'limp Thtn worn win i'i' in; !-tid within a Minn tlm At Wukr i i ihf n otorlst has a i holP" of tnkliiK r' t routP to Wick ford via thf Twt i i -..a , which Im all wood macadam, or ' ''wri(j thi- shorp road, which Is lontrpr t .s rot fuinlsh as good koIiib. This K- r.,ute, howi-vpr. tinbsc, throiiKh Nar ks' ; Plrr and Saunderstown, tho lat--r ) i,, Icing lh imliit hi which a boat im v.. ibUpii for Nnupoit U..Mng Wlcliford, the run Is throuch inwe, th fnpltal of Hhodp Island. ,:aw i-ke and Wirmhatn to Walpoic ri- ads over this portion of thp trip will ' ' ' utiJ to furnish a variety, from pxcel li r dcadam to very poor strpti hps Thp avfratp, howiVr. will furnish fair travpl ' pk WalpnlP n H'O'' construction ts I bp i rt on ul 1 1 I'd . then mmr worn t-i ' s pi macadam to Iii'dhani. I'rom - '. I-. I'Ihip thp park nt'm will bp ,i. .- Tins ' somewhat cnnipll i ,i ,y,r moli.rM will enjoy thor .if'.' t'" attrai'tlVPiippH ot the scdiPry ' ".am l.p.iutiful drives enconn . ,ci .. i ' . i. v, n tulip run ln" lt"Stcn. 100 HUPMOBILES A DAY. Production l tinlnn On ni riond Hate, n) llatln "Wc ctr t tlMlns nnd ilppinK 110 Hup vifi a dax said C D. lUtlnt?P. - - I iMiiRispr of Hupp Motor Oir r,.. it'ir new factory innnHRer, ' M ir.pl rt win ha been innnicted no i ' nutn huainrn slticn Ihp days of ' n.Rer eiiiercd our nrKitnUatlnn rtr. n I slni e then has been malt t ; .Rr-ts in Incrpnslnir Iluimobllp rn Man" additions have been -' 'o uii' fariurv In the last ear and 1'iiit .- now nearly il'iuhte the slz th'n The lltipmoblle faclorles ri. f,i the present wrltltiE more than .1 i!iit fpi t of ttonr space." ! fflSSSi h-"'f ? t CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FORMALLY IN CHARGE Succeeds to Affiiirs of Other Or -riiiiiziitioiis of .Motor Cur Mn mi fact ti rers. The Atitoninlille f'hnmber of (niitmcrco, the nlliKlo MH'eesor to two bodies, of iiilloinohlli' tnaliPis. took rharRo last week of the affairs nf both ireiedliiK (irKUhlza Hons. The National AHsmlatlon of Atilo niolille MaiiUfarturciH and tlin Atltomnhllo lloatil of Trade no Ioiirii' exist. The t'liamher of Ciiinnicii'p, which wan Incoi poralpd on March IS, will hitxe nil I l.i depal ttnentM run as befote, S. A .Miles, for ten iar.M Knieral manaRpr id the N A A M.i Is Kcuciitl inaniiKrr of tint the rt I Hint of Ihp mill I MM room In the Mnnhnlttin Antotuo hlle (lull, Milled ri'i-riill) ns openeil nl UUU tt'rm l'lfl'nlnth ulreet. In I lie circle Ik sliimn tin- eiitrnni'e In I he linlldlnu In nlilrli tile el nil la. WHEEL MATERIAL IS SOMETHING TO EXAMINE Wood in Spokes Should Looked Into In I'lireliiixeri Siiys Utile. He Aside from askliiK what the b itqth of the wheilba-M' of a ear Is. .mil the rim illannters, niot liiotorlst" pa.' very llttl attention to the whPils of an atitomn. bile tn iltseiissltiK this iiibject a few day iikii. John ! Pale of the Simplex Automobile Ciimi'.'in), remarked : "If motorists tealied the Impoitauc- of wheel construction and how It Ii nlited to the EpiiiiiI construction of an nutonirbll", they would at least Ilnd nut what I.Pid of wood thp whiel aie mule if b, f ,p buy In c a ear. 'The spoke and felloe ron.iti iictlon Is one of Hip mot vital intln'4 connected with automobile l'lilldlnc In fact, th" "MILLIONAIRE DRIVER" IN. I'liltpraiiii Named in llellef nil Hip i 1prepHp-liili;lil lie Killers. The INi of "millionaire drivers' of auto. I mobiles has been enriched bv another ad. I ditlon, neciirilini; to report from the 1 Itidl.iiiapolls speedway tiianaKCiitent It ' tiny be onl t.tlr to siy that a itillllonairt. 1 . iltlMU' dnivii'i mean a man who dr H"i i inlllloni, but one ot some wraith who I handle racing cars K (' 1'attersnn of , I'hii'.tRo qualliles at. an tn d i not doctor oi medicine, t.iu millionaire driver) by i la mi i ik himself a relief driver of n Mer ci des-KnlRlit that will compete In the f0 mile race on May i. I'llette. a U'- I Klan. will drive the ear. which was e'1 I teri d by r.itterson. and should be fcl the tied of lam- off a few louiids r.it terson will lake his rlace. If the winner of the ",0a tull" race has a ear iipnpped with a la field carbureter he will ret a silver and Kold punch bowl wnrtli K'.ino and Jl.OOil In cash ai n lirle This Is offen d by th" makers of 1U Held i arbun teis The NyhrtR six cylinder cr which Harry lOndleott will drive has attained pent of ninety-two tulles an hour (n whu'ts are the fonndutkui upon (n, , I""''th- spins on the track. Kndlcott ex the ri -t or the ear stands. re ico.ist hlrkur of H'cond Rrowth, w'hli'll tin bc'il dubbed 'the stetl nf wi"'ds.' Ins pr'ved the bpst son of win! suitah!" for wl 1 c 'tistruetlon and th wheels of all til" Sim) lex cars have twelve heavy e'lioast hlikoty spokes tor both front and rear sizes "lumountable rims nre p.n' of the Sim plex ears i-nuli'tn-nt on 1 these aie niourtid by the I'hlneas-Jouei i'oitip-iny of .N ew.it k. one of the oldest tlrint In th" country. This conceit! also makis our wh els. "I naKe not'ceit, a have jiithrts, tha after a bad skid or smasluip, when tm iiinnluu Kear 1s Injured, cert iln makes of pi-ets that It will i-i fur better than that aul has takiui It li.i It I'i Hie factory at Ainleison for some supplementary work. The Indlitn'iPi'lls nianaRPnicnt has nl lotted No. i, 'jt and :x to the laotta I'raschlnl 30 racers that are on their way over In re Th- nrst number Is Harry I Irani', the second Tetzlaff's and thii third that of Vlncritzn Trueco. the Italian driver, who Is brliiRliiK the cara to this country Th Isotta ii-priseritatlves here have selected ait their raelnn colors, red and Kreeu In order to tret close to the, Italian color. Slrnnl nu Inapcrllon Tsar. itirs arc found to nave more than on - kind of wood In the same wheel In fin. f (ieorire II Htrout, Just appointed Ren f.iw n wheel on a high priced car hrokc't ! eral nales nianaer of the. Ilavnes, was n me time npn when the car slid Into a Cuib, and tl 'ee O'Ceietit l;ln ' of w iod wen found In mat whiel V part of 'I w l.uK"r nni tlo b-il in eh., i;., , Tt Ml-'S of Wood list , etth " i llli to N Mll the expens" "r l.'-a'", 'h v lnl in ikrr . ad found d .'lienllv In oh. lainliiR llr-t class hickory In this e,i.. it S unite probable that the wh'el would nel have hrnkrti had 1' le u made ( first class mat' rl.il thtoni-'lioiit.'ns ihe ca wn almost at a dead stop nh"n the wb "I truck the curb" ' TO CLEAN A RADIATOR. I'lcklln Muliiilnn nf Vllrlnl nc Mnllihnrlr ,rlil Iteeoiiimeiuleil. Tim best method of cleaning rudlalors. nccoiillm; tu llairlson lloyce, the Inventor of the inoloineter, Is In uso a plekllliR solu tlott iiiiiiIh up nf snltihiirle aelil or vitriol, the liroporllnua used beluR about the same "A 10 per runt, Holutlnii will bo found In bo HtrohK I'tiotiKli for all tan poses," says lio. "Mix wrlth cold water by pour ing tho noli! Into tho water hlnwly Io not reversii tho process, H thn effoct would be illsastrous. Tho Holiitlon Mhotitd be permlted to coot before It In used In order to note how thn sulphuric acid af fects tho brass or copper of thn tadlalor draw off some of the solution from llnio to time, fetllllnt? whU fresh solution. When It bcnliiH tli run clear tho work la completed, and thn radiator should then be Hushed thoroughly " TWO DAY MOTORING TRIP. ,lonrne Itnmla '. A, la On! Ovpr llooil lliifd liy A I'or those motorists who want to spend n couple of days tourlni; Ihe Autoiuoblle i 'lull of America has prepared a route throiiith till attractive section of New K-..,l, t,,l V.oe .t.rnl- Itfinil .oli,1lll,io i J along this route will be round good and In. mil hotel at commnditlons hip available ut several towns. Krom New Vork, Hroaduny tn followed in the 130th street ferry. Landing at ' Kdnewater the Hhore road Is followed up I I'ort lao lllll to Tort Lee, then the llackeiisack turnpike to l.eonl.i. I.eaMnc ' lasiiila thn mute In along the Hnckensack I liver through Cherry lllll. Hlver Kdge, New Mllford, Oradell and Ktna, nil pretty little residential settlements, to p.stWooil N'ow come Hillsdale, WooilrutT, HOUPT AND VAN PATTEN TAKE ON LOZIER LINE The.v Were. Together in the .Men Concern and Hnostcd litisi ness There. Although Harry M. tlottpt wu hipihvvmI to bi itiitio with the automobile lnislne. for good and all when he resigned to ceutly as rales niaiiager of the Alco nnd went with mi elevator concern hl co i mtsIoii didn't tako and h has returned lo tho line nf business In which h" has attained most prominence. Ilntipt didn't fid happy out of tho motor car buliic9. lie has taken on the loler llti" for the New York terrltnr.v, tho arrangement hav ing been completed by Joseph M (lllbert the how president of th.- lnubT com pany, nnd I'aul Smith. Miles manager. Houpt Is tint going In to this deal single handed b aliv niesn lie has aSEfs'latid with himself !.. A. Van I'attett. for lh hist two .,rs advettlslng tun it ti ger of the Alco. who Mill b vice-president and sales manager of the tmw l,or,et housp. rutting Into Hip rptHll field tocnlli a man vlth thn experience and ability In national advertising that Van Patten hts Is bound to have n stimulating effect on the tiado 1li hleh priced cars 1n New York Van fatten, as Hip writer of Alco ropy, was Houpt'a teammate In Increasing Ihe Aleo business .Wi per cent, dnrlnt 1hlt leirlnie. Th n,,w I airier partners VieKln i 1 'if i on .Inn" I l.eav-1 Mount b-fi the At.o only two months In the earlv days or automomtinjt Itldge. .Moutvale and I'f.lll Itlvei. Inc I'earl Hlver the route leads through nun Nuntiet. Mousey. Huffein and Itamapo to i. i,n,l the Thomas line and made that Tuxedo. I eai onn of the most popular high priced Tin1 route now onliniiis HuoiikIi Ar. ( mi,eiines In Ih" eln It was two yearn den, t'cntral Valley. Mlghland Mills. Wood-1 afs t)lat 0...nt with the Alco. H ws Inity. .Motmliilnvllle and Valla Unte , resnoii'lbl" for manv ehanges there, not Newburgh. Leaving Newbtirgh Ihe tmile nj M t. business organlrallnn hut In the design and apearanre of the car It self all tending to assist In the evptnalon of th" liuslni ss. Ilottpl and Van I'atteo will take over Is along the Hudson ltlnr through Mlltnti, Highland. I'lster I'ark and seviral other siiiall farming towns lo Klngsttin. M Klngsloti Ih- lout" swings to the . ft and takes a southwesterly directum. I ,. ,.,,m '.2pr bulldlnir at Ptrftid 'living Ibis ilai " the run Is made tliinugh ' 1. till"! Ibi.b'ITro' i M.ickt'll I I'ort .lervS KEROSENE SHOWS WELL IN CARBURETER TEST lltirronn Gets Good Mileicrc Low Cot With II i New Oeviee. nt Ha Wurroun. wlnnpr of the ' mile, race tn 1311, recently mad" a carbureter test of kerosene In a cross. couuli y tun from Chicago to Ihdlan ipnlls atnl iei the IndlanaiiollH Hpeedwa In his test Marroun used an Ovetlaiid, model 6J-T, live passpnger touring i.ir with four cyl inder motor, IxHj Inches and welshing with load X.T0 1'iiliniN Me also urod hero recently on a tour of the rompanv's I otio of the new carbureters on which hn branch! s and dealers In the Last "lor, has bci ti uorklint fur the last two years, till' iui.1 season, nu nam, -wi- nave Mint . iicsigneil to use Kerospm as mninr rti"! inoii cats than ever befote In our history In travelling the '.'it m.les of all klndj, and our etittrp output will be sold some, of roads between Ch '.ig " and Inibati lime ahead of July 1 w Inch ends our tleal apolis Mr Marrnun used thirteen gallons yen of kerosene, testing at 43 degrees Hiuine, "Th" enthusiasm of our branch man- three pints of nil and two ipiarts of water iigris and dealers whom 1 1iae seen Is t an average speed of twenty miles an erv ncoiiragiiig The laiiis car Is hour the rsult shown was I, ; miles a giving general satlsfai t.on everyw here, gallon of keroene, Mot miles a gallon of .ml I predict unusually good tines ahead i i I and 41s;' mites a gallon of water nt us I Though ivjrnur than when gasolene was Chamls'r of Cniiinierce. Ilnrare . Hou- mll, general man.iger of tho Hoard of Trade, Is assistant gein ral manager of the new organ. atloti. gnatly to the Mils faction of his ninny frlet ds Tho tlalllc di partniPlit n mains In ch.itge of .1 S Marvin and the commercial m n hlcln work In charge of II. W I'.'rn To I'etiy'H ilep.irlmeiit will I" added ,i bureau of publlcltv, with p.n ticul.ir tet- rence to thi- Interests ot good roads The officers of the Chamber of I'onimrie with Hie conimltteea thus far iippulnied ale: I'lnr.ii Cllf'en. tir-pl'b tit Wl'fle.l i' I." ni.t. vIpp nreslilriit , HiikIi I'll ilnn-r-. vl-e- t'ltrlili-ni la lepirtltlPllt Il-irK. of 'he lM-nl"tie Xfltlils . T. Ulllti, Ui -pri slflPIlt Iti rhuriru ef tni poiniinril.il n-hlil,- ilepirt mpiit, II II l!b . b i prpiMi'iii in charge nf the eleetrlr XpIiIpIp ili'lurilllctll . lieorgp I'ofp. trerturpr. II t i'Iihi'Iii. -rereiary r.tfiits Co'nmittn i r II inch. v It. Van Oeneiiri I, II. Klltrpilgp. Alvan Mm iulti. 1.. I! I. nu. ,hnw i'onoiilttPi' - lleorgB I'op,', II O. Hailth. Wilfrid ' l.-lsml Triffle I'litniatllei-- A 1.. I'opr, W. K. MilSlcee. tce l.st-latlVP (VnnmltlPrt .1 N liiinti, 1. tf. fi.,',.. .t I l"l-u Th" tipxt mepting of Hi" board nl dirpc tors will be held at th" nitnpt.itiiin's oiuees t on Juno 4. , ,.'-i,i" ,",- - -, n ann rinv'-im sir-"', '!iii' n is iuii, '.1...1.1... 111..,.. III., ll'iirtl.i.rr, I'llilile- . . . . m- oi ,-o,n. 'i , oorn ann nas a stops oi pans, tr. s ami Mitgueiiot ",. pi.,. ..I,., lorrltorv Includes Urester Nen- 1'irt Jen-Is Is a pr.it ill-. v , ... st,,,.M Kid. Lonir Ilnd. lac sittt.iiid it the Junction of th.' SVw V(irk Htu(f, un f)r M)4 ppiua,, erslnk and lielaware i-lveis. I ,,llS,,.r.,rto. the nnithern hnlf of Nstc leaving I'orl .lenls the niotorlst goes Jvthrv a, tIP western part of Con Ihrotigh Trl-St.ile. South Ci nlen III". Mlalei . ,,,),, lllll and lienlon to tloshen. Now th" run i Is Ihiough fhepier. i Inycoiii t. Monroe.' , . ,, Harrlman and Ardeu 1- Tuxedo MOTOR CHAPEL READY TO 60. Tho route fiom Tuxtdo Is down tliinugh Itamapo. Stiff-in. Mahwab. Ilohokiis, At- u Hf,rn nplPlltrrt in MlMtonary cola. M.icUeiisi.l' l.lttle lVri and1 ...... Itldu-itli'ld I) tin frrn at Wiehawkin Work In TfiM, - - With special services Ihe Alco motor Mnrlhiu I rsnU nl x.i't"ll In." rhnpel Si IV fr has J'lst been publlcli "Ihe neid of lb" starting ei.uik has not dedlealnl in Chicago, and Is now Td been ileslroyed bv the mining of Ihe self for lis Ir'p to llpiwnsi Ills. Tex , w1nr It stalling si stents now In ii'e on Mich a will carry religion ( the wilderness nf i.iice number of automobiles In fact tn 1 the Southwest A Inrg" gathering Joined stall the motor bv turning It over In hand ; In Ih" servlrps, which were conducted nn not the only no lor the starting 1 the lawn of St. .Miviers Acaaemy ny crank Vonsonnll one wants to tune. nishoi ri'iuglierty. Pr MCLltneny the Milxes or 'feel' the eoinpiesslon ot 1 1, reached the sermon Singing wai by 1hf luiii th" ttywheel mound so that tin' chieago Catholic CoIIcrp choir, clutch case can be cleaned and drained. ti,,, chapel, which wni built for th With the starting crank In Us u-ii.il pkno CMllintlr Church Uxlenslon Society by the at the front of the motor this can be . A,nrrPn .oenmotlve Company, 1 the flml done," says 5. A. Tlsdal", I'ruukllli dialer ,. pelp.l church In America. II hcic carries nil the ecclesiastical equipment ( coinmoiily found In it church, Including l)plHirrp Water MI llnnlra. ,.commodatlons for the two priest who Those giflng to Kelaware Water Ctap'wlll live tn the car during Its JourneyB via Tuxedo and Port Jervls aro advised among ranches nnd III other BPMesJiy Hauls Los Aboard to Carry Away 1 1 I'scd I'nr season, is mak. for ell-ic Jl"ler-1lrlsbeti Cpnipanv jir. 'or a largi number of I HIS nnd mnfinients A partl"iilarl.v heavy ,'-iicli iiti-d fot the next few n Hi" market for usid cats This la n Iiik Irnctnr inmle li Hip While fonipno j . It has a tints cr iilnch Mlilch hauls the In; op ii oil lolo place nn I lie floor. Tho opernllon la ileacflhril nm marly niltonmllc. Peerless Men Tour in New Model .?, A. I.lark. alr inanasrr nf Ihe I'cerleaa Motor Car Co. of .New York, with Ilrtwnrd IrrlnKt vice President and scneral manager ol the I'rrrlrie 4ompin, nn trip to vUH eob-dralera a( lb Nt York branrh la a nn tto.o loariac car. used the motor was In no way over lit aled In the run in arrival In Indianapolis further test wcte inndc, four different fuels being Used These were kerosene, testing 13 degrees, kerosene testing i.t ilcgreis, mo tor spirits testing Hi: degrees and gaso lene testing tin degrees On the llrt-l uual II y of ketosetm a mileage of 22.2 a gul lon was attained, t!asnleno producodj only twenty miles a iiallmi, The cost of kerosene, eight cents a gallon, was exactly one-half of that of the gasolene, In ton miles a gallon kerosene was again again the winner, showing Urt.M, as against 21 with gawlene. Tho cost a ton mile figures show ,00?9 rents for kero sene, and .0067 cents for gasolene. The coat a mlla for kerosene was shown to be iinflrt cents and for gasolene ,008 cents. If lite results of Mr. Hurroun's test can be taken iih a criterion a new era can be looked for In motor fuel produc tion The former racing driver In plan ning to seek official recognition for his carbureter by entering the same. Over land car used In these tests In tho fuel economy section nf the Algonquin hill climb. He further plans to entar the Overland and two other cars In tho Chi cago. Boston non-motor t.top reliability race to b held In July under the auspices nf thn Chlcaifn Automobile Club. In esse them flntrlua are made nothing but kero sene will be used for fuel. Srf-Marlrra nn Their Old Cars, Many mitomonllints urn having their rnts equipped with the llartlord self starling und lighting system, the company reports. One point of this electric self, cranker Is that It ran bo applied to ony enr, nnd thus makes old machines Into up lo date modnla. In thp A. C. A. touring department to go settled regions, either via th" Korty-second street ferry K.ltcht Million Spark Plnsts t'sct- Morn than k. 000.000 spark plugs ar and Hulls Kciry load through Itldgcftelil l'ark or over th" ISilth street fetry through I'ort t.ee and Knslewood. Ily fol- , lowing these alternates motorists will made, sold and used in this country every avoid th" stretch closed on account of i year, according to Charles K. Miller, Ih" construction between I.eonU and lt.icken-' equipment man They sell all tho way sack Th" Mnrrlstown rout" lo th ti.ip , irnm TiO c"nts up to $1.25 apiece. Th" as well .is the l'otnpton. Newfoundland stsndinl site, he says. Is a plug threaded toiile Is now In filrly jood condition with I with eighteen threads, covering seven ths exception of one or two strips eighths of an Inch. r .?L t kmrn L, The Talk of New York m 1 kilWr (art si a. P " f automobile circles is the wonderful new Edwards- Knight car the car which Motor Age says is a "specially designed machine from radiator to rear axle, incorpo rating within its make-up more of the recognized European features of con struction and ' the most advanced American practices than any other domestic car to-day." Before you dose on any car you should give the Edwards-Knight EDWARDS - KNIGHT DISTINCTIONS llonditjul KnJtkt Engine l.anthtiltr Cantiltctr Rtar Sptinti DcmountaHt Wirt Wketh Posttltt Non-Splath Pmiuie Luhtltalton V S.LEItctricolLlthtlnganJ Starting System Tito Unictrial Joint) tn Drit-e Shaft l.tft HanJ Dritr Ctntre Control H'orm Drlctn Rtar A 'I' Com Typt Clutth Spttiomttti Pautt Tire Pump Ettra Wht, Ehtlik Horn Compktt Atctuotlrt i critical cliassii cuminjtion and a practical road demon itration. You sliotild investigate the remarkable fleiihility of iti wonJcrful Knight Motor you ihould experience the charm and romfott of riding over Lanchettrr Springi, the springs that have made ihock absorbers unnertiiary you should give wire wheels a cobblestone road test ant note how gloriously they float over the bumps you should know why we claim it to be "the greatest of all car values." SEE THIS DISTINCTIVELY 1914 CAR We'll gladly afford you the opportunity of a most critical investigation if you will but drop into our magnificent show rooms at any time any day or phone for special demonstra lion appointment. The Edwards Motor Car Company MIOWHOOM.S, ST1I FLOOP.. U. t. ni'bBEB liUILDINli. 88th STREET and BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY. .Newark Urasich. 3119 Ceatrtl Ate-