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The Track for All America WUkSmV aaaaVaaaaaaaaW From the froien north to the tandy south New England hlllt to ragced Pacific coMtland Little Oiant Trucka thousand! of them are on the job delivering power delivering gooda delivering aaving and profit to their owner. We advocate no experiment! and ride no hobbiCB. Keallting that different aectiona preient different traniporta tlon problems, we recommend the style of truck and type of final drive that beat fit THIS locality and YOUR needs. THE LITTLE OIANT LINE. Model H Chain Drive One ton. Model H Chain Drive One and one-half tons. Model IS Worm Drive One ton. Model .16 Worm Drive Two tons. Any Style of Body Desired. Telephone Calumet 5785 for Demonstration. CHICAGO PNEUMATIC TOOL COMPANY Little Oiant Building, 1615 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. MP! aggggaBBBB Here Is Your Next Gar For Beauty none surpasses it. For high grade Workmanship, very few equal it. -Powerful, speedy, noiseless. Four and six cylinders. Roadsters and touring cars. JUST LOOK ONI OVlfl Ralph Tiapli Mitt Co. Kiiur Miter toppaiy STATE AQENTS CHICAOO AQENTS LVHohlaxsan Avnu WJff BOURITV TRIAD - VMS RBAk n.N.Nie Tina HARRY W. COOPER Batavia Tires and Auto Accessories Uxinf ton Hotel Building CHICAGO TELEPHONE CALUMET 33 WetLrn Distributors BATAVIA TIRES 5,000 Miles Guarsntssd W Specialize on BATAVIA Tiro We sell all makes of tires. Readers of the Chicago Eagle will be given special discount on all purchases upon presentation of this advertisement. TIRES and TUBES Guaranteed by two of the oldest and best known manufacturers. At. less than today's cost of manufacture. SEND NO MONEY WITH ORDER. We ship C. O. D. and leave it to your own Judgment, and if you are not satisfied the goods are real bargains, Express Com pany will return at our expense. -Casings. Casings. Guaranteed 1st. Plain. Non-skid. Plain. Non-skid. Tubes. 30x3 $7.70 $8.10 $ U3 $9.25 $1.95 30x3K 9.90 10.50 10.55 11.70 230 32x3K U.4 12.06 12.17 13.70 2.40 34x3K 13.00 13.65 13.71 15.40 2.55 31x4 15.30 16.07 16.10 18.08 3.05 32x4 15.62 16.38 1627 18.47 320 33x4 1648 17.20 '1725 1938 3.30 34x4 16.74 17.60 17.62 19.75 3.40 35x4 17.50 1836 18.41 20.67 3.50 36x4 17J2 18.72 18.64 20JS 3.60 34x44 2228 23.40 24.00 26.92 420 35x4H 23.27 24.44 25.07 28.12 4.30 36x4K 23.63 24J0 25.44 28.54 4.45 '37S4H 24J2 25.83 26.50 29.68 4.55 3i5 34J7 27.68 29.79 33.44- 520 87x5 27J4 28.94 81.08 34.92 5.30 All ajaw.Diaxtond and Flrjatona Ursa la stock, lend ua your order today and save money. Complete catalog of accessories upon request. ' A V TO TIR E . SALE S CO . s IS4S-4I Mlehltfan Avenue Chlca., III. THE CHICAGO EAGLE, AUTOS & OTHERS Police Department Promulgates Rules to Govern Motor and Horse Drawn Vehicles in Streets of Chicago. The following proclamation calling attention to the city ordinances gov ernlng motor and horse-drawn ve hicles has been promulgated by the Police Department for the regulation of street traffic In Chicago: Article I Definitions. Section 1. The word "vehicle" in cludes equestrians, led horses and everything on wheels or runners, ex cept street cars and baby carriages. Sec. 2. The word "horse" Includes all domestic animals. Sec. 3. The word "driver" includes the rider or driver of a horse, the rider of wheels and the operator of a motor vehicle or atreet car. Article II Obedience. Section 1. Drivers of vehicles and street cars must at all times comply with any direction, by voice or hand, of any member of the Police Force, as to placing, stopping, starting, ap proaching or departing from any place; the manner of taking up or setting down passengers, loading or unloading goods In any place. Sec. 2. Ignorance of these rules shall furnish no excuse for disregard ing them. Article III Pedestrians. Section 1. Pedestrians should re member that while they havo tho right to cross the street in safety, the streets are primarily intended for ve hicles, and they should therefore cheerfully conform to all the traffic rules and thereby contribute not xmly to their own safety and comfort but facilitate the movement of traffic as well. Sec. 2. Pedcstriana should never step from the sidewalk to tho street without first looking in each direction for approaching vehicles. Sec. 3. Pedestrians should never cross streets except at regular cross ings and at right angles. Sec. 4. Pedestrians should wait for the signal of traffic policeman wher ever one Is stationed and move In tho direction of tho traffic only. Sec. 6. Pedestrians 'should be par ticularly cautious In crossing alleys. Article IV Drivers' Signals. Section 1. Before slowing up or stopping drivers shall signal to those behind by raising, the whip or hand vertically. Sec. 2. In turning while in motion, or in starting to turn from a stand still, a signal shall be given by Indi cating with the whip or hand the di rection In which tho turn Is to be made. Sec. 3. Before backing or slowing up ample warning shall be given, and while backing unceasing vigilance must be exercised not to Injure those behind. Sec. '4. One blast of a police signal Indicates that East and West traffic must stop and that North and South traffic may proceed. Two blasts that North and South Traffic shall stop and East and West traffic may proceed. Three or moro blasts is a signal of alarm and Indicates the approach of danger. Article V Right of Way. Section 1. Police, Fire Department, Fire Patrol, Traffic Emergency Repair, Ambulances and United States Mall Vehicles shall have the right of way In any street and through any proces sion. Sec. 2. Horse-drawn vehicles shall have the right of way over power driven vehicles, street cars excepted. Sec. 3. The driver of a vehicle, on tho approach of any flro apparatus, shall Immediately draw up said ve hlcle as near as practicable to the right hand curb and parallel theroto and bring it to a standstill. Article VI Street Cars. Section 1. The driver of n street car shall Immediately stop his car and keep It stationary upon tho ap proach of any Are apparatus. Sec. 2. Street cars shall have tho right of way, between cross streots, over all vehicles. Tho driver of any vehicle proceed ing upon the track in front of a street car shall turn out upon signal of tho driver or conductor of the car. M It Is NOT Enough to Say: "Giv Ne t PURE Tube." Gift Ms t Tub That Will STRETCH" "GW. Ms s THICK Tube." Just Says "Gtae Ma an AKRON TUBE Bacauaa I Want ALL THREE Principlas in hs Tuba I Buy." MADE ONLY BY AKRON TIRE & VULCANIZING CO. 952 WEST JACKSON BLVD. MONROE 1101 CHICAGO E. BORMAN Phone Calumet 2ltt M. KLEINMAN &$$& rmstrong Tire & Vulcanizing Co. Jobbers and Dealers of all STANDARD MAKE AUTO TIRES AND TUBES Tubaa and Tiraa Rapairad and Vulcanized 1614 Michigan Avenue CHICAGO, ILL. HARRY NEWMAN Scripps-Booth $775.00 Premier Cars $1,985.00 Back of every car we sell is Harry Newman service, intelligently rendered with great good will. . Michigan Avenue Call Calumtt 3 820 for demonstration -' Sec. 3. No vehicle or street caf shall so occupy any street as to in terfere with ar intercept the passage of other cars or vehicles. Sec. 4. During blockades or stop pages a clear space of ten feet shall be kept open between cars opposite tho alley or the center of the block If there be no alley. Article VII Speed. Section 1. No vehicle shall proceed at any time at a greater speed than the law allows and which Is safe and proper under tho conditions then ob taining. Sec. 2. No vehicle shall cross any street or avenue or make any turn at a speed rate exceeding one-half Its legal speed. Sec. 3. No vehicle shall emerge from an alley, stable or garage at a pace faster than a walk; at the lat ter places an attendant should pro cede tho vehiclo to give warning. Sec. 4. Horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians should habitually cross the street Intersections as promptly as circumstances permit. Teams mov ing at an unnecessarily slow walk across street intersections greatly Im pede traffic. Sec. 5. On all thoroughfares tho heavy and slow moving vehicles shall, as far as conditions permit, keep to the right, in order to allow tho rapid moving and lighter traffic to proceed Independently. Ordinance Regulating Speed of Ve hicles Near Schools, Public Play grounds and Churches -Passed July 15, 1915. Section 19C3. No motor, electric or animal drawn vehicle of any kind shall proceed, whllo within four hun dred (400) feet of any schoolhouso in the city, at a greater speed than five (5) miles an hour, botweon tho hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and C o'clock p. m. on any day during which school Is In session in such schoolhouso; Sec. 1903a. or within four hundred (400) feet of any public play ground In the city, between tho hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. on any day during which playground is open and In operation; Sec. 10C4. or while within four hundred (400) feet of any church in the city during tho'ttmo or times that persons nro customarily entering or leaving churches on Sundays or holidays, or any other day set apart by such church for religious worship. Article VIII Keeping to the Right, Passing, Turning, Crossing and Stopping. Section 1. A vehiclo, except when passing a vehiclo ahoad, shall habit ually keep as near the right hand curb as possible. Sec. 2. A vehicle meeting another shall pass to the right. Sec. 3. , On an avenuo or street di vided longitudinally by a parkway, walk, sunken way or viaduct, vehicles should keep to tho rlgfit of such di visions. Sec. 4. A vehicle turning into an other street to the right shall turn tho cornor as, near tho right hand curb as' practicable. Sec. 5. A vehicle turning Into an other street to the left shall circle around tho center of the street Inter section. Sec. 6. A vehicle crossing from ono side of the street to tho other side shall la doing so keep to tho right. Sec. 7. No vehicle shall stop with left side to the curb. Sec. 8. No, vehicle shall stand backed up to the curb, except when actually loading or unloading, and If said vehicle la horse-drawn and has four wheels, the horse or horses must stand parallel to the curb and faced In the direction of tfie traffic. Sec. 9. A vehicle waiting at tho curb shall promptly give place to a vehicle about to load or unload. Sec. 10. No vehicle, unless In an emergency or to allow another vehicle or pedestrian to cross its path, shall stop In any street or highway, except near the right hand curb thereof, and so not to obstruct a crossing. Sec. 11. No vehicle shall back to make a turn in any street it by so doing it interferes with other vehicles, but shall go around tho block or to a strcot sufficiently wide to turn In with out blocking traffic. Sec. 12. Vehicles will enter North and South and all "h" shaped or right angled alloys from the North and leiivo from the South; Bast and Went alleys, from tho East and leavo from the West. Sec. 2484n. Vehicles to stop when street cars discharge or take on pas sengers. It shall bo unlawful for any person driving or having charge, pos session or control of any vehiclo be ing driven or propelled or operated upon the streets of tho City of Chi cago, upon overtaking any street car which Is stopped for tho purpose of discharging or taking on a passenger or passengers, to pormlt, or cause said vehicle to pass or approach within ten (10) feet of said car as long as tho snld car Is so stopped or remains standing for tho purposo of discharg ing or taking on a passenger or pas sengers. 2493. Vehicles Passing Motor Ve hicles Not to Run on Left Hand Tracks. All vehicles shall keep as closo to tho right-hand curb as safety and prudence shall permit, except when overtaking and passing another vehicle, and except when running with in the car tracks, as provided in Sec tion 2487 hereof. An overtaken ve hicle must at all times be passed on its left stdo, except that In case of motor vehicles and motorcycles pass ing street cars of other vehicles when running within tho car tracks; in such case such motor vehicle or motor cy cle shall not turn to the loft into tho track reserved for street cars and ve hicles moving in the opposite direc tion, but shall pass to the right of such street car of vehicle se over taken. Headlights on Vehicles. The following ordinance regulating headlights on automobiles, motorcycles or other vehicles was passed by the City Council on March 30, 1914: Bo it ordained by tho City Council of the City of Chicago: i Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person operating any automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle, while operating tho samo upon tho public streets and highways within the City, to use acetylono, electric or other bright headlight, or nny headlight the rays from which shall bo Intensified by any parabolic or condensing reflec tor, unless such headlight shall bo properly shaded so as not to blind, dazzle or confuso other users of tho highway or make it difficult or unsafe for them to ride, drive or walk -thereon. Article IX Vehicles. Section 1. No ono shall drive a ve hiclo that Is so closed in or construct ed as to prevent tho driver from hav ing a sufficient view of tho traffic at tho sides of such vehicle. Sec. 2. No ono shall drlvo or con duct any vehiclo in such condition, so constructed or so loaded as to bo likely to causo dolay In traffic of ac cident or Injury to man, beast or property. Sec. 3. No vehiclo shall bo so load ed that it may not bo easily drawn over tho most difficult portion of the route Sec. 4. No ono shall load or drlvo a vehicle loaded with iron or any ma terial likely to creato loud noises by striking together without using every effort to deaden tho load. Sec. 5. No ono under sixteen years of ago shall bo permitted to drive any volilclo. Sec. C. No ono shall rido upon tho rear end of any vehiclo without tho consent of tho driver, and when riding no part of his body shall protrudo be yond tho limits of tho vehicle. Sec. 7. No vehicle shall bo used on any street or highway unloss provided with lights and sound signals as pre scribed by law. Sec. 8. All vehicles aro required be tween ono and one-half hours after sunset and ono hour boforo sunrise to havo on tho left side a light which shall show white 200 feet to tho front and red 200 feet to tho rear. Bicycles, etc., shall havo ono whlto light that shall bo vlstblo 200 feet. Sec. 9. Drivers of vehicles loaded with ashes, cinders, coal, mortar, snow or similar material, so that tho mat ter Is scattered along tho street, are liable to arrest Sec. 10. No vehiclo shall, between 0 a. m. and 7 p. m, stand In any atreet or alley within the district bounded by Lako street, Wabash avenuo, Har rison and Market streets for a period longer than 30 minutes Article X Control of Horses. Section 1. No horse shall be left un attended in any street unless spcurely fastened or unless the wheels of the vehicle to which ho is harnessed are securely fastened and the vehicle it self is of sufficient weight to prevent its being dragged with the wheels so secured. 8oc. 2. No horses shall be unbridled in any street unless secured by a hal ter. Sec. 3. No one shall remove a wheel, polo, shaft, whlflletreo or other part of the vehiclo or any part of n harness without first unhitching tho horso.or horses. Sec. 4. No ono shall lot go the reins while riding, driving or con ducting a horse. Soc. 5.. No ono shall knowingly por mlt an animal to bo driven which is not in every respect fit for tho sorvlco 15 In which it is employed and freo from lameness, sores or any disease likely to cause pntn to tho animal or an In jury to person or property. Sec. G. No ono shall Ill-treat, over load, overdrive, over-ride or cruelly or unnecessarily beat any horse. Sec. 7. No one shall crhek or so use a whip as to annoy, interfere with or endanger nny person or exclto nny horso other than that which ho is using. Motor Vehicle Muffler Ordinance. Section 1. No person shall operate, nor shall tho owner of any automobile, motor vehicle, or motorcycle, permit to bo operated on tho streets, alloys and public places of tho City of Chi cago any automobiles, motor vehiclo or motorcyclo which has not a muffler in a proper and efficient working con dition; and It shall further bo unlaw ful for any person to operate or for tho owner of any automobile, motor vohlclo or motorcyclo to permit to be operated any such automobile, mo tor vehiclo or motorcycle on tho streets, alleys or public places of tho City of Chicago with the muffler or cut out not in operation. Sec. 2. Any person violating any of tho provisions of this ordlnanco shall bo fined In a sum not less than five dollars or more than fifty dollars for each offense Sec. 3. This ordlnanco shall bo in full force and effect from and after Its passage and duo publication. C. C. HEALEY, General Superintendent of Police. 1 NOTICE Auto Owners We are offering you special prices on Tires and Tubes for this month on the following makes, all guaranteed by4 manufacturer: Diamond, Good rich, -Firestone, Michelin, Kelly Springfield, United States. Call Calumet 3127 or 4558 , or writs Acorn Tire & Repair Co.. Inc. 1547 Michigan Av.. Chicago. 111., JOHN E. OWENS Attorney and Counsellor tUw CONWAY WILDING III West WasftlnJtH Strut A. A Woraler at Law 1010 to. 17 WtotWaatftavtrattrc. CHICAOO " 1 FnmmM.Uww LaorRfahtftt J Pfeeae C.stral 2fflS Lowes & Richards Attorneys at Law 127 N. Daarborm St CHICAGO Stillman B. Jamieson Attorney at Law ASHLANI IL0CK TifcfinCttrdltW HSi?ihn Cobm t Btadtj atUw Salt, at WNMthUSdli CHICAGO William D. Monhall ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Ashland Block CUrk and Randolph Btt. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 2325 James C. McSkant Attorney and CounMlar ,Sult. U, New Yrk Lire BulUla M So. U Sell St. CHICAGO TaUfhonaCtnUmllll AtitoautlelMee I.CralU .M. Crafts & Stevens Attorneys ami Counselors at Law Reams 117, eis and eia TOOK EXCHANGE, aLDQ, WiMim Mala lett -a.