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READY TO START ON TOUR
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at the .start of the tour The Premier t ars have now arrived at the Pacific
after their long journey.
THE CADILLAC
has surpassed in 1911 all its previpus successes and is today
The Long Distance
Champion of America
having covered 1448 miles in 24 hours, the greatest mileage ever
covered by any American car. This wonderful achievement was
accomplished without a single mechanical adjustment.
! The Cadillac holds all road records of California, over the
most hazardous roads in the United States, traveling front sea
level to mountain tops, proving to be
The Most Efficient Motor Car
Regardless of Price or Horsepower
Detroit Cadillac MotorCar Comp’ny
HALSEY STREET, NEWARK
S. G. V.
TheS. G. V., 25 H. P., $2,500
tnd Upward, According
to Body Furnished
All the good features of a
foreign car. Not a single dis
satisfied customer or any second
hand cars for sale after two
seasons. A demonstration will
convince you of its great qual
ity, quietness, speed and power.
SIMPLEX
50 H. F., $5,500 and Up
ward, Aocordingto Body
Furnishad
Tiie strongest car for (during
the mountains.
The fastest car on the road
The car that is always ready.
The car that takes you home.
The car that wins the races.
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NEW MOTOR»BOAT TROPHY.
Following along the liberal lines of
his company in the recognition of rac
ing events for the improvement of in
ternal combustion motors. Olto Heins,
president of the Bosch Magneto Com
pany, New York, who is an enthusi
astic motor boatist. lias tendered the
Motor Boat Club of America a hand
some silver trophy to be competed for
during the carnival at Huntington Bay,
Bong Island Sound, September * to a.
Its design is of the punch bow) style,
ornamented appropriately for the oc
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eastern, and standing over twenty-seven
inches high and about two feet wide.
Il weighs approximately -’25 ounces
(troy.)
The cup will be known as the Inter
national One-Mile Speed Record
Trophy, which Mr. Heins- has ex
pressed his desire shall be raced for
"free-for-all" and the time taken under
the admiralty rules—three trials with
and three trials against the tide, the
mean of mean times deciding the
actual time for the mile course.
Massachusetts has been taken from
thi eight day tourist license list by
Commissioner Smith.
NEW FEU !
LICENSE BILL
Bill by Congressman Adamson
Would Require Registration
in Home State.
Representative W. C. Adamson.
\ -hair-man of the House committee on
I interstate commerce, has a Federal
license bill for automobilists Proh
i ably the extremely Intricate and eom
i plicated bll! for federal licenses for
automohlles. now before bis commit
tee. spurred Judge Adamson to the
i preparation of his own measure. The
j former has the approval of the Auto
mobile Club of America, hut It is the
end sought rather than (he form of
the bill that Is approved. The annoy
ance and expense to which touring
automoblllsts are subjected ure of cur
rent notoriety. Fo.' example, the run
from Washington >o New York made
i easily In two days, takes in six States.
I each with its own tuies as to licenses
i and registration Not all demand
I license of vehicle s merely passing
through— Nev. Jersey is the most in
sistent in this regard—but each has
some special form of registration
which causes the traveler vexatious
delay , ll is to correct this evil, which
exists wherever automobiles can go,
that the national association has
sought for a Federal license law which
shall insure the licensee equal rights
in every State.
AUTO CLUB ADOPTS NEW
RADIATOR CAP EMBLEM.
The new radiator cap emblem®
i adopted by the trustees of the New
i Jersey Automobile and Motor Club
have been received by Secretary Le
Massena. and are being sent to the
members of the club as fast as ordered.
The emblem is of highly polished brass
and is an exact replica of *he club flag,
the colors being reproduced in blue and
gold enamel. The emblem makes a
very neat and attractive appearance
and will no doubt prove very popular
with the many members of New Jer
sey’s big motoring organization.
NEW OVERLAND AGENCY.
C. T. Silver, for the past two years
• the distributor of Overland ears in New
I York and Brooklyn, has taken control
j of the Overland product for New Jer
sey and will have sole charge of mar
I keting this popular make of ear in this
I territory. Mr. Silver has opened tem
j porary quarters at 226 Halsey street,
where H. I.. Boehm, formerly connect
ed with the New York sales department,
will be in charge as manager for New
Jersey. The new agency will have a
handsome and permanent home in
Newark in the near future
OCEAN*TO-OCEAN TOUR.
Motoring across the American conti
nent from the Atlantic to the Pacific
coast is easy. That fact is proven by
the appearance of the Premier ocean
to-oeean caravan of ten touring cars,
in addition to the pilot and the prairie
schooner camp car. which are attract
ing the attention of thousands of people
in San Francisco. The arrival there
literally marked the completion of the
ocean-to-ocean run. although the
schedule will not be completed until
Los Angeles is reached and the cars
arc; officially dipped in the w aves of the
Pacific there;
The Premier transcontinental car that
was driven across the continent over
the old Santa Fe trail one year ago by
A. L. Westgard, of the Automobile Club
of America and the United States gov
ernment. will pilot the tourists to Los
i Angeles, and Ray McNamara's Premier
No. 1 will be No. 2 on the last lap of
the Journey. Arriving there, the tour
ists will lie welcomed by the mayor.
City Council, Board of Supervisors and
all city officials, together with the
Chamber of Commerce, Auto Club of
Southern 'California and the Auto
mobile Dealers' Association. Governor
Johnson, of California, and Lieutenant
Governor Wallace and other prominent
men of the State have been invited,
and it is hoped President H. O. Smith,
of tlie Premier Motor Manufacturing
Company, of Indianapolis, win find It
possible to lie present.
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? COMING AUTO EVENTS, j;
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!«< August 12 Race meet, Detroit.
|“ August 12—Sixth annual hill
climb, Worcester Automobile *'
I«« Club. |!
August L'j-Heliability run, ..
I. i Quaker City Motor Club. jjj
I*' August 13—Social Club run to ,,
*| Hackettstowi., Newark Motor >■
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!' ‘ August 20—Club run and shore ,.
I-i dinner* ai Port-att-Peck, New '■
“1 Jersey Automobile and Motor [ j
, Club. i.
■ i August 25-26—National stork 1'
■' chassis road races. Chicago !!
! i Motor Club. Rlgln, III. ■ ,
■' September 1—Truck reliability ■■
] J contest. Chicago. I)
. i September 2-4 — Races at ■■
• ‘ Brighton Beach. ) j
September 2-4—Race meet. In- ,,
.. dlanapolls speedway. w
'' September 4 — Track races. J
!, Denver. Colo. A
■ • September 7-8—Races, Phila- T
||[ deiphla Automobile Trade Asso- 4
j.i elation. A
■ ■ September 7-8-9—Race meet. J
j" J Minneapolis. Minn.
j. , September 9—Grand Prix of A
I*' Italy, at Bologna. Italy. j)
I ] | September 12-13—Track races, a.
|.i Grand Rapids, Mich. A
I” September 16— Race meet. Syra- T
j!! cuse. A
■ ■ September 21—Road race. T
‘ ‘ Low ell. X
!. September 23—Road race. Riv- ?
• ■ erhead, L. I.
■ \ October 3—Track races. Dan- X
. < bury. Conn. A
■' November 27—Vanderbit cup T
race, Savannah X
! •, November 30—Grand prise race, A
IA Savannah
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DAVE MARION, WHO WILL
OPEN SEASON AT THE
GAVETY THEATRE AEG. 19.
TOOTHACHE CURE BLAMED
FOR THEFT BY WOMAN.
THE OLYMPIC TO
PRODUCE “THE
BELLEOF N, V
The Aborns Will Offer Famous
Comic Opera Next
Week
“COUNTY CHAIRMAN” TO
BE THE NEWARK OFFERING
j “Fourth Estate” at Proctor’s.
Great Shows at Hillside,
Electric, Olympic Parks.
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. ,'X’ HE BELLE OF NEW YORK.'
* I by iM. S. McLellan and Oils- i
tav Kerkt r one of the George
: \\ . Lcderer successes of the New York )
, Casino, will be tile offering of the !
A born Comic Opera Company at j
j Olympic Park next week.
The Messrs. A born have been furtu- |
I nate in assembling a cast of former j
; favorites. Miss Edna Renting will be
seen in the dual role of Kissie Fits
! garter and Mamie Clancy: Grace Ells
■ worth, as Cora Angellque. "Queen of '
| Comic Opera:'' Agnes Finlay, as Violet :
I Graj : Maud Earl, as Flfl Frloot; Joe i
Edmunds, as Blinky Bill: Harry Bur
gess, as Kenneth Mugg: Bert Phoenix, i
as Doc Snlfklns, and James McElhern. j
| us Ichabod Bronson, the millionaire.
Mr. Arthur Berkley lias been especially
I engaged for the role of Harry Brondtn. '
, who yields to the influence of the Sal- j
ration Army lassie.
During the past few weeks outing ’
parties have taken advantage of the |
special dinner and theatre comblna- I
Hon. which consists of a table d'hote
dinner, followed by an evening at tlte
opera. A special ladles' luncheon is
served on Wednesdays. Saturdays and
Sundays immediately preceding the ■
afternoon performances.
The free vaudeville prograpi at |
Olympic Park for the coming week will I
Include Camille and Theodore La Jess. I
novelty acrobats; the Soelos, European
equilibrists.
“FOURTH ESTATE” COMING
TO PROCTOR S THEATRE.
■ The Fourth Estate." the famous
newspaper play by Joseph Medlll Pat
terson and Harriet Ford, will he the
offering next week of the Proctor
Stock Company In Proctor’s Park
Place Theatre, beginning with the mat
inee performance Monday afternoon, j
The Proctor Stock Company haa thus I
far done exceptionally tthc work here 1
in the reproduction of “The Chorus !
Lady," "Kalnmy Jane" and “The Chris- ;
| Han." and expects to achieve even bet- I
ter results In “The Fourth Estate." i
i As In the previous productions Miss
L'na Abell Brlrrker will he the leading
lady. hut Richard Thornton, one 1
of the most eminent actors ol the j
present day American stage, will sue- ]
i ceed Jack Chagnon as the leading i
j man, owing to his special familiarity;
I with the role which he will portray In
j "The Fourth Estate."
From one end of the country to the j
other the criticisms of "The Fourth ,
Estate" by the press and otherwise. ]
have been all one wa.v—-In lls favor.
"THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN” TO
BE GIVEN AT THE NEWARK.
Another famous George Ade success
will be presented to Newark theatre
goers next week, when “The County
Chairman" will be the attraction at
the Newark Theatre. The play will be
represented by the full strength of the
| Corse Payton Stock Company, headed
I by Miss Mabel Brow nell and Clifford C.
I Stork, and Including all of the popular
.. • imhBfv
favorites. When originally produced
In New York City this play served an 1
0 starring vehicle for Maelyn Arbuckle.
who originated the role of “Jim” Hack
le r, the chairman. Many of the quaint
Ado types so familiar to all readers
of this popular author’s works are in
troduced in this play. Among the nit- !
nitrous funny personages introduced
during the action of the play are Sas
safras Livingston, the happy-go-lucky
dait'cey, who always manages to have
something funny to suv at the oppor
tune moment, and the spinster who
can’t remember the names of travel
ing salesmen because she meets so
many of them.
REAL MARRIAGE ON HORSEBACK
AT HILLSIDE PARK HIPPODROME.
A real marriage .on horseback will
take place at Hillside Park Hippodrome
Monday night. The ceremony, which
will be performed bj Justice of the
Peace John C. La Faucherie, will be
solemnized alter the performance in
front of the grand stand. The prin
cipals. Miss Elizabeth Koch and Harry
A. Jenlcke, members of the Wild West
troupe, will be attired in their usual1
Western garb.’ Their attendants. Ben
Cox. a cowboy, and Miss Mildred
Thurston, a cowgirl, will be dressed in
the same style. The attendants, as
well as the other members of the
troupe, will also be mounted.
The bride-to-be is 22 years old and
her prospective husband three years
ohler. She bails from Waco. Tex.,
while he claims Bliss. Oklahoma, as his
birthplace. They first met In Okla
homa about three years ago. When their
friends. Miss Estelle Vonderhide and
Reuben Kothery, of the troupe, were
married several weeks ago on horse
back Miss Koch and her finance
thought to go them one better and
planned to wed in a captive balloon
500 feet above the heads of their
friends. This fell through when th*
parents of the girl objected.
MOUNTAIN MEADOW MASSACRE
REPRODUCED IN ELECTRIC PARK.
There will be a complete change of
program offered by Kemp’s Wild West
and Indian t’ongreah at Greater Elec
tric Park next week. It will be made
up principally of sketches illustrating
scenes of the primitive West, and will
Include several original numbers by
George Kemp, head of the IochiI aggre
gation. Besides the regular program,
several extra numbers will be pre
sented tomorrow afternoon and eve
ning.
Principal among the features will be
the reproduction of the. now famous
Mountain Meadow* massacre, when a
band of Mormons, disguised as Indians,
attacked a stage-coach transporting
men. women and children across thf'
plains. The scene as reproduced by
the local aggregation will show the
emigrants in the act of camping out
for the night, the approach of the In
dian scout to find out how many there
art* in the party, the attack by the
redskins and the subsequent rescue by
the cowboys, who are attracted to the
scene by the allots. It is said to be
realistic scene, veil presented.
SEASON OF GRAND OPFRA BY THE
ABORNS AT OLYMPIC PARK.
Messrs. Milton mid Sargent Aborn
are preparing an unusually elaborate
■ ampaign of grand ^pera In ICngllsh to
cover all the principal cities of the
United States and Canada
The gn d opera repertoire organiza
tion will begin Its season of forty
w eeks at Olympic Park on Monday eve
ning. September 4. opening with Puc
cini's "Madam Butterfly."
The sale of reserved seats for the
Olympic Park grand opera season will
open simultaneously at the psrk box
office and the Firemen's Pharmacy on
Monday morning. August Li, i.t 3
o’clock promptly.
THREE BANKS IN N. Y. TO MERGE.
NEW YORK. Aug. 5. -A meeting of the
stock bolder* of the Nineteenth Ward Bank
has been cal led for August 21 at the bank's
main office. 953 Third avenue, for the pur
pose of voting on the mercer of the Nine
teenth Ward and Twelfth Ward hanks
and the Fourteenth Street Bank, a mem
ber of the New York Clearing House As
sociation. under the name of the Security
Bank of New York.
DAVE MARION TO OPEN
SEASON AT THE GAVETY.
With the Opening of the coming sea
son Waldmann’s Theatre will here
after be known as the Gaycty Theatre,
and, from the amount of alterations
and decorations that are now being
made, should prove to he one of the
most eomfortable t heat res in Newark.
No drinking will be allowed in the
audience. Manager Grans says that
drinking was the cause of the* theatre
n«>t being patronized by women and
children in the past, and thinks with
the new policy there is no reason why
they should not enjoy the1 come dies
and musical extravaganzas.
The Gayety Theatre will open Satur
day night. August If*, with Dave
Marion's "Dreamland " company. He
has a new production, entitled "Stage
land.’* The box office will open
August 16.
AMliSEMISN r».
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NEW YORK, Aug. 5.- An overdo.*'
of toothache cure was offered as an
excuse yesterday by a woman who,had
been arrested for stealing the purse of
another in a Brooklyn department store.
The prisoner gave her name as Mrs.
Alice Ward Counsel for her in police
court said:
‘Mrs. Ward is not responsible for het
conduct. She is a respectable irmrridd
woman and has two grown sons. She
remembers nothing since she took ‘a
dose of toothache medicine in her horn**
in Ossining yesterday. She never has
known anyone in Brooklyn, and is at
ft loss to account for how she got here.
We Would lilm to have the complaint
withdrawn."
The prisoner was permitted to talk
to the store detective. A few minuses
afterward the sleuth said he waa will*
ing to drop the charge. I
AVV8BM ENTS.
PROCWS
Telephone 1040.
15c—D illd >1A TIN EE—13*
RESERVED SEATS, 23c, 50e.
THE PROCTOR
STOCK CO.
WITH
UNA ABELL
BRINKER
IN'
The Fourth Estate
Nlghtft, 16c, Kehcrved. 23#, H5C, 50e, T3o
WEEK Atl*. Mtli,
“GIRLS”
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KEMP'S GENUINE WILD WEST
Every Afternoon and Evening
SPECIAL FEATURES—
••The I*iglit Over tlie Lone Water Bole**
“A Chase for a Bride”
•*1 lie Quadrille on Horseback”
special Match Kacee, Etc.
Dancing Every Evening
Concerts Every Afternoon and Evening .
^ by Sweet A Vincenta'a Band
f---!-\
Hillside Park Hippodrome
Broad A. Paterson cats. Every afternoon
and evening
AIRSHIP FLIGHTS
BY FRED SEYFANG
SENSATIONAL
BALLOON ASCENSIONS
WILD WEST SHOW
WITH SPECIAL FEATURES
BEST VAUDEVILLE ACTS
MANY 0TH6R ATTRACTIONS
Admission - - - 10 Csnta^
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rect. Opera tickets at Fire
_ _ men’s Pharmacy.
This Week-Mate. \Nerl.. Sat and Sunday.
opkkaco "Red Feather
Free Vaudeville. Airship Flights
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