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THE 8ALEM CAPITAL JOPMTAL. BA1EM. OREGOM. BATUBDAY. MARCH 13.
Before you pay more find a car that gives more . j before you pay less than $1075 for a FOUR, find one that gives you as much as you get in the SvSkno St look at half a dozen cars before 0i-p un vour mind. And as a matter of fact, SIS the only way to judge. For you, can't for ex- nil hedn to appreciate what this price of $1075 2 until you study the Studebaker's design. Until a demonstrator shows you, for instance, the S1ILL floating Rear Axle that takes the weight off the driving shaft and sets the shaft free to turn pow- eflMlPhegshows you how FULLY equipped this FOUR is with Timken Bearings everywhere ; ithi vnn ride and drive it over all sorts of roads and demonstrate to yourself how marvelously Stude baker engineers improved its riding qualities when they lightened the weight and re-balanced it. Why not look at a Studebaker tomorrow? Even if you are not going to buy until next May, it's worth while knowing what you CAN get for $1075 and how needless it is to pay more. And you may, you know, make up your mind not to miss the pleasure of a car the rest of the winter, when you really need it most. Soseeit-BECAUSEIT'SA Agent Says Carburetor I Won Prand Prix Race1 I When young Darius Rests shot across the finish line 8 winner in the Vandor lilt and Grand Prix races, he not only demonstrate,! that he was -ma of the ;best drivers the world has produced ' but also proved that the Master ear-l burotor is probably the best enrburetor' ever produced, says the local agent fori that part. j The credit of the wins en.i hardly' no attributed to the machines, nscrt's: the agent, for Kesta, after winning the nnderbilt classic in an English Sun-j beam, turned around and won thei !trand Prix in a Peugeot. j But one thins is certain im.i .i,ot that Testa depended utterly on his carburetor and was not betrayed. Uescnptions or' the races siuw thet'the winner Kent his going at its highest rate of efficiency, that is, he traveled as fact as he could bo and kept it up. ! Running under these conditions he had to put full trust in his carburetor. If it had cone wrong and he had been forced to readjust or replace it he soon w ohm nave heen out of the running, JITNEY REACHES. THE EAST. Big, Speedy Eivrees Are Preferred to Small Cars in the Section. Gilbert & Potee 560 Ferry Street GARAGE ind MACHINE SHOP REOS ARE SHIPPED INTO DETROIT, MICH. One Scaler Sends Order for Six Car-! leads Daily From Great Automobile! C&nter. Cast Consultation and advice free Call and get acquainted. Four $1075 Studebaker Features: Electric Lighting: and Starting-Full Floating Rear Axle Timken Bearings Safety Tread Rear Tires One-Man Type Top. Studebaker SIX 5-passenger $1,500 Studebaker SIX 7-passenger $1,565 hou Aiiceles, (al., March 20. Htisi ucss conditions are good in the east, according to Don Lee, who returned ;hom from Chicago and vDtroit Inst week. Mr. Lee went enst to attend the I automobile show in (. liii-ago. According to Mr. Lee, the jitney bus jis just making its appearance in the east, and is .being 'generally accepted. In 'Jiiicago the city is considering the plan of operating a municipal bus line. Instead of the small touring cars which laic in vogue in the west, largo fast moving busses, capable of carrying 20 or i people will be used. i The .jitney bus is taken seriously and ;the railway companies and city off i- eilllj nf rtllinu (nu-na nrn nl.nn.l.. ...!. I ....... luiuin uit- ,iiicai(r mult' 'iiitf plans to meet the conditions which 'n-ill .,,.:, i ; Mill Ull.-'U JIUIII a U l' , I i ! ! Travel to the coast by motor this '"g 1)ut " 8"le f a I""""" summer will be heavy. Kvery agent with whom Mr. Lee talked told of sev eral parties in his territory who were: planning the trip across the continent, ami this will mean a constant stream of ears across the continent. On every hand he round indications of returning good times. At the con ventions and banquets of dealers held in connection with the C hicago show more enthusiasm was evidenced than there has been in years. In Mr. Lee's opinion the feeling r!' improved business is moving westward. "That old wheeze about carrying I coals to Newcastle was all right in its time,'' says K. C. (iieo) lieuschaw.i "but when you ship automobiles to j Dctriit, I think it's going some. ' "The tremendous inrush of orders' that began the middle or February and; had developed intu a veritable tornado j by .March first, is certainly most grati-j fyi? to us; but the one telegram' which causes greater glee at the Keo fnctory than any other of the thousands with which the dealers have burned, up i he wires was that one from our Detroit dealer saying: 'Ship six car-1 loads Keos per day every day until otucrwiso instructed,' "We have always been proud of the fact that t!co sells more cans in the state of Michigan than any other con-! cern, with a single exception, and our j big business in Detroit haa always been; a source of great salistaetion to us. j "To ship 18 lieos every day from Lansing into the automu'iilo center of! ,the world surely is an indication of; 'quality in the product for Detroitors I know un automobile as Kentuckinvs know a horse, and they certainly make, :a lot of mighty line cars there them- j selv.'s. ' I "To say t'.at we are enthusiastic; over the present business situation is! I to put it mildly," continued Ueuschaw. ; . i"ln all our history, I have never! .. , .. (known the retail business to open so; THORPE BEATS FRANKIE BTJENS. early, or the demand to be so great.1 jCurload orders used to constitute an Kansas City, XI arch 1;!. " Fjht-i 'n,l'"rt:"1t event in a day in February ing Harvey"' Thorpe of Kansas City "'Vl",r''h1,nf I'r"'io .v,,'"'s' Today,; , , . . . . .. "-"'.the only thing that exc tes anv liter-! has a knockout to Ins credit today over est at the lleo factory is a 't. V order! Frankio Burns 0 Oakland. Cal., as a'fin'h lis that from Detroit "Ship so Auto Repairs Electric Starter Repairs Magneto and Coil Repairs Storage Batteries Overhauled. Brass and Bronze Castings First Class Machine Work Farts Duplicated Die Bearings. PHONE 588 V L2 5 The Ford is lighter than any other car of its size and power. Yet stronger, sturdier, longer lasting. Van adium steel, that's why. Vanadium is the hardest, strongest, toughest steel made. It Is tho only steel that is hard and tough at tho same time. It is the highest priced steel that Is used in automobile con struction. Yet the Ford is very low in price. It's Quality, terms, price and small cost of operation and upkeep, less than two cents a mile, have made.it- the universal necessity In town and country. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1014 and August 1015. Runabout, 515; Touring Car $565; with all equipment. On display and salo at Vick Bros. 1260 North High Street , result of their scheduled ten round rnany carloads Hcos per dav every dav. bout here last night. The referee "Doston has been taking four cur stopped tho match in the fourth round. '0,"'fl f Iieos rvi'r.v day for sumo time . , . , anil hollering lor more. The stand- Hatred is often the result of know-j ing order from Chicago is Cor 10 car loads per day, lint without robbing oth- 50,000 TOURISTS COMING. Vick Bros, Agents Polk and Marion Counties 260 MTH HIGH ST. SALEM. OR. A TRAVESTY OS JUSTICE Los Angeles, Cul., March 12. Motor tourists aie coming to the Pacific, coast in tjreuter numoers ' during the ap proach spring and summer than ever before in the history of the' state. At least 80,000 cars will mako the cross conti.ient jnunt. It will require all the resources of the state to accommodate them when they get here. Practically all that are culled by tho expositions, liie climate and the wonderful scenery will come to Los Angeles. I This is the report of L. Fay Tyler, of '"'i "II.-UIU. IV ( itv. A le I . . ell el- III tivnu iinil m ' ! Tho trial itself deserves to be staged ..cssories for the northern section of (Jledfon! Mail-Tribune.) : " 8Cen n "I'udden-Head Wilson." the lower half of the state of Michigan. The popular myth that courts exist dlrPP"tl11.10 courthouse,! ,r. Tyler is among those in the van- for He administration nf i..i,. i',!P ,c!1 wlt" ,lC,"l!1 of 1,le prisoner, . ,,liai. 0f this vast army. He is visiting l for U. nrotwtinn . . : , '""" nysiena ior me ut- with friends at i'asndenn and made this, J- HO protection of sntietv and nence ' c.used: the sher ff's off ce. HWorn to : ... a t aft- g . , , , y , , ' 1 1 mi ijai iiiii i ju ii m i . nun in. imu mi- i "titers for the enforcement of the "Mold tho lnw, actively aiding in its, ,,,.. o( ,ni? i,os Angeles brunch of this ', received a Irememliuis jolt when ,1ll,1,1,1:lca,10I a8 HtaT witnesses for tho ,.0mpanv. ! krii Martin was acquitted i,v a iurv cm 8 iram0Tr tho .c,,''v.cr. '"; Conditions abroad will be n factor of hU "peers'- of , ' l"7art!'l defense with its blaek ,illlt will induce thousands to see Am- ft-Win A ! " V J 07!ry-! .VV3 ntK'a,'?d -Icrlea first, according to Mr. Tyler, and Tb. vrd ? J fS r"J L'3 bl, buffoonery; til, ,,,,,.,, it m,'t fl. ,e two Ug expositions Iti.ireMri nfk; : , :: "" usu' M " ' .ilr::JLA"Z.";Zl T-SMtv .'ome In tor the larg oftcn-tliro:ii..,,..l murder of f''f0 nil theso and many more in- fkiri r V rc's offif" in the .lis- eidents helped transform a tragedy in- hmi! I,ll,-V ,IV a notorious law- to a farp0i to tho Bhamo of Jackson "iraser, it 0 i(1.. . ni,',i l,l7 t man . . ' 1 " cume iu 'Pen season mi o '-K Stato Ganl WBr,1(,n Fii'y is rtKht receiving congratulations for breaking Uk ik v,7 i : 1,1 rerusiug io appoint a successor to me cominanumcni nr me uuru nnu uic ""Hon poacher h 11 ."""l"s!lin.,rr. , Martin's victim. Why risk another luws of man, but nil the acquittals in bl right to cn inuucn- ine in enforcing laws when the lnw it- tne woriii win not wipe irom nis som ecfiaate 0f the Th ? "I1"1'""8 "elf affords no protection to tho law tho scarlet stain of the blood ho has ' who shv. '' tr "10 "1Q0"' enforcer? Tho M.artin verdict has made shed a damned spot that will not ""Uhiinnihl11" '('r lKM'nr"os a a joke of justice, shntteu'd tho game cleanse. """WW Ja kvm, ' "' f0 llM ,1,c code 1111,1 iliKraccd Jackson cnuntv. It! i1 tmwne.i , ;,i ''"""'V poacher is nn outrage. - RlllliliO Oossip is the ammunition used in IIU a tinsel I'lire-minK' Tn.:. M..t! .v. - !, nf Ln,.lor n--- v uvi tn .umi.111 (JUVQ IUI IU U J IlJt) 1IIIIU, "V g'l"" " - i. .. v. v .. . . . est share of tourists, lie says in the east they have heard nothing in recent mouths so continuous ns the "Come-to-Calil'oriiia-in-101"i '' chant. See What Quality Will Do er points we have to let Chicago ask for as many us it needs, but be satis tied with its quota of the output. "Tor the past three weeks orders have been coining in at the ratii of! '.'00 cars per day and we are running' a double shift at the Hco plant now I and shipping 17" cars a day. Thut'm 100 per cent more than at. the sumo! time last year. When you consider the; price of the curs and the gross volume of the overturn, it. is 'big business.'. "Nor is the demand confined to nnyj ono section of the country. Dakota is; exchanging its wheat; Iowa its com; Kamas its livestock, anil the oustern states their ready-made dollars, with equal enthusiasm for Kcos." SLIM HOPE. Three years ago there was but one company from which you bought gasoline. You paid 21 cents per gallon, and waited until they were ready to bring it. Since the advent of the Shell company the price has been reduced to l:j cents per gallon. And you get service any hour of the day. And from a business of 2,000 gallons per month at the first, it has grown to a business of 18,000 per month. Draw your own con clusions. And send your orders for good gasoline to S. A. Manning & Co. Selling Agents for Shell Gasoline, the Gasoline of Quality. "Won't you bo very, very haniiv when your sentence is over!" cheer fully asked n woman of a convict in prison. "I dunno, mn'am, I dunno," irloom- ily answered the man. "You don't knowt" nsked tho warn- nn, ninnzed. "Why not)" "I'm in for life, Journal. F. H. Kaylor 271 Chemekeia St. Auto Fainting and Trimming. 1 do all kinds of auto painting and mnnogrum work. Trices reasonable. Phone 208 The less a man thinks of his neigh bor the more he admires himself. No matter what you have to . sell, a Journal Want Ad will sell it for you if it can be sold. :;: .'( j Write Your AUTO INSURANCE in (he "Old Reliable," the indies- Home Continental Insurance Co., New York. W. A. Liston Agent 4SI COURT STREET The New The Fifth $1165 i ALL IN THE GRIPS! Complete Grip Control Speed Clutch and Brake I obedient hound pup. Mechanically it ! is a one horse power motor whn-h is MflTftRPVPF V NPlTFQ ' attached to the franie of a hicvHe and lllvl 1 I vLt 11U1LJ it propolis the machine along at a niax- iinum rale of about JO miles pe ilimir n pav nt or niaiiiilamizcil road, ll has a small pucuuintic tired wheel at The Siileni Motorcycle Club will in-' Inched directly to the single cylinder viiilo the baseball field in Suleni this ; which furnished the propelling force summer. At the last meeting of thc'nnd a simple cniiliul operated fruni tho club Clifford I'aikcr was chosen as hainlli'l'iir. manager of the new organization and I the selection of a team will be inndej ' at an early date. A number of good baseball men are numbered niuong the membership of the cluli and it is ex- I ted that n creditable team will be put out to represent the ".Motorcycle Mikes". of safeh- ! 'tG g"P contro1 of the Excelsior Auto-cycle is the greatest feature n our L com'enience ever embodied in a motorcycle. Call and have a ride w-monstrator which will arrive about the 19th. bicycles.3'6 agents for the Dayton Motorcycles, Savage and Ivor Johnson n... best v,..,new up-to-date renair shon and lone experience enables us to do the and every thepl0West prices. Our personal attention giv . j" . vjiYi' lis n r l given to every customer Ik n worse & i & high street RAMSDEN THONE 1687 0. I'. T. Uaciiitz, of rorllnml and newly elected diicctor of the V, A. M. from the norlhwc-t, has been elected to nn honorary membership in the Salem Motorcycle dub. Mr. Uncnitz is manager of the llnrloy-Davidson branch house lit Portland. He reeded Mr. (inrmnii, of this city, as K. A. M. director. The Salem ninlurcycle club has a record in one respect that is nneipialled by any other mutoreyeln dull of an eipial size in the northwest, Since the organization f tl"' '"'"b ' 0,ll.v two of the club members have Jieen ar rested for violiit of the s d laws. The club stands fur respect of the law at all times and the members of the club by their imliv idual efforts in this line have done much t() put motor cycling upon a Letter basis with other people who also use the county roads and city streets. Archie Flecucr who placed In the road race from this city to Corvallis, and back lat winter, has just recehed a new special order Indian, It is a seven horse power machine with u rigid frame nnd un extra low seat. All of the local experts who have seen the new machine pronounce it to be "some" machine but It has not yet! been tried nut on the roads, "They're always trying something new, nint they. Now what might that machine lief the speaker was a grizzled veteran whn looked for the' first time upon the new motor wheel i which made its appearance on the streets of this city this week. ! I Now a Motorwheel looks something , like a cross between a gopher gun and a forn planter and It run by the renrji I wheel of an ordinary bicytie like ani I Am Still Do ing all Kinds of Auto Repairing I inai.! a specialty of fino lua clilno work. I can piiligS I r",nir "Id or make f anv kind. My new oxygen welding plant enables mo to do nil kinds of welding both steel wild bronze up ,in short notice; thus saving time .if sending fur parts which would be necessary otherwise. Ifenieiulicr I stand back of nil my ivoik i.ud guiiinntee entire satis faction in ecry respect. THE BRISCOE GARAGE R. 3. HER8C11BACH 22tt State Street Sulcm, Oregon The Incomparable Four Surely this must be a wonderful car to enjoy such a demand at such a season. When we tell you that March first looked like "May Day" at Lansing orders for immediate shipment greatly in excess of output and that, despite the fact the big 23-acre Keo plants were running double shift and turning out 105 cars per day you'll agree the condition is remarkable. There were 1200 Keos shipped in January instead of :;00 as planned was needed 1800 in February, against -IGO. The demand of Keos is far in excess of the output. With more than -10,000 Keo cars in the hands ot Users shows a good evidence of the class and durabil ity of this car. You had better investigate this car before you buy and learn the good qualities and points of the same. We will be able only to obtain a limited number of these cars and you had better come in early and see it demonstrated and be convinced of its superb qualities in both style and workmanship. Don't delay. Eoff & Anderson, Agents Great Western Garage