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-tiis onzcoiy Sunday jourjiAiv Portland. Sunday morino juns :iv isc7.
AND NOTES OR
in Bifiuo, u of imporUac to saotor
lata and wheelmen alike. A hen, fright
attle ta attend tha automobile raoaa.
bat combined buelneaa - with ' pleasure
CLUB EUN TO DEEP,
CHEEK 0tf CLACKAMAS
ta KllwaUa, aad from- ther to th
Clackamaat Lewis BasseU. of the Auto
elub will have th entire road posted
with arrow a Indicating th' direction 1
whloh th run la to be taken. Ther
is no set time or place for starting.
Th club members are daily expect-'
Ins a representative ef Barney Old
fleld, who will make ar ran cements with
thsm for th raclns meet which they
have planned to hold on the Irrlnartoa
track. Th appearance ot the world's
Cham pica auto racer oa a Portland
track will be aa event of the greatest
Interest, not only to local motorists, but
The Auto elub la cathertna statistics
aa to what the city pays for tha water-
la of ther streets aad wUl t re
statement to the elty council a
that the streets oaa be ailed at t r 1
expense than It takes to water tn
FIRST LACROSSE 07 .
SEASON IS PLAYO
ened or a so. Sew across a highway
Into Um spokea of a bicycle aa whloh
a youth was taking a spin. Ths oyollat
m Hhrewn and Injured, tha wheel
smashed. . Ha auod tha hen's owner for
damaa-ea. Now two learnad Judges bar
decided that anleas tba cyclist oaa (bow
that It la tha habit .of tha ban ta fly
Into apokaa of wheels It cannot bo al
leged that tha owner must keep aaid
baa. looked or chained hen oe nonsuit.
and broucbt back with blra . several
large oontraota for tha rebuilding of tha
autooiobllea of several of Seettle'a en-
thualaatlo autolata. . ,
v '. Notice to AdTcrtlsers.
Arrows Posted for Auto Excursion"
Ists Body to Work' for -1
. Oiling of Stroeta. ;
- Oood, strong, well-written and dis
played copy for advertlaementa of all
kinds make your advertlalng bring re
aulta. ' Booklets,- follow-ups. newspaper
" (SperUl PKoatctj te Tae Jearaal.)
Vancouver. B. C, 'une 1. In t!ta
opening' laaroeae match of the season,
played here this afternoon, the new
Westminsters defeated th Vancouver
by the scor of six goals to foar. The
playing was very looee, neither team
ada and catalogue work my epec laity.
James M. Reeves, phono K. Sell for lnr
tervlew. (. ,'. , .
Th Portland -Automobile elub , will
ma a run today to Deep creek, en the
Clackamas river. The route will be
ever the Morrison brldce to Grand ave
nue, thence to Milwaukee avenue, alone
which they will run paat the golt links
Porktas Back From Trip.
A. IV Perkins, president of tba Thin
man Auto Car company, ha returned
from Seattle, Mr. Perklna want to Se
IV U. Darts. If on ballot, waa jobbed
displaying form. Four thousand people
la tha primaries. -Shams on somebody.
witnessed the match. . .
llw I vlllvLIULx
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''Tourist'- Runabout, first, ear to . bo unloaded for tto7 aowagoncjr-at
. ...vV.v'. v', a,, t log Seventh street " . . t '--V''1:
. Mexico Is enjoying a good roada boom.'
no auto racing - fever baa spread
to Algiers. , . . ,- ,,. r t
output of Cleveland's factories -ta
- expected to exceed 1.000 cars this year.
In New. York state the' registration
- figure for motor cara have paaaed the
io.ooe mark. v . .. ".;..?
. Fine silver cupa were awarded win-
; tiers of the hlll-Umblng contest of the
..i Bridgeport. Connecticut club on May 10,
Five delivery auto, trucks are now la
; use for the delivery of books to the sub-
stations or the Chicago public library.
. .Among recent recruits In the ranks of
the autolata la Captain Lewis, master of
, a whaling vessel of New Bedford, Maa-
Tba automobile factories of tba Qor-
artan empire have turned out ears valued
. at lfif.401.000 In tha last five years.
- . Automobiles are- being successfully
used in the campaign of the .Camden,
New Jersey .. T. M. C. A. to raise
1260.000 building fund. . ,
' : All told. 17.000 miles of roada. eom
'prialns l routea. are covered by the
New England section of tha A. A. A.
HOT blue book. . ; . . . -"'
'A movement has been started for the
erection of a large exposition building
In Harlem, New York, specially for the
- coming auto a no we. .
As a result of tha remarkably cold.
damp spring season the limousine body
- has enjoyed aa unprecedented popularity
for April and May.
- Level ki t billiard tibia and brimful
of unique sights, Holland offera ' un
' usual sjdvantages - for the tourist who
seeks recreation abroad. t
Not only have the Chicago motorists
' arranged to give tha orphans of their1
; city an outing, but the old ladles of the
public Institutions as well. --
. Apparently .the ; heavy demand' for
autos la Parts Is over for a time, cars
of well-known makers being advertised
for sale oa four months' credit. -
A Wisconsin newspaper baa devised
the novel advertising- plan of printing
' extra edition a -and dlatrlmitlng them
'within Its territory by automobile.-
- Twelve entries have been received by
ui aDmnoiM una or Amirm ror me
' sealed bonnet contest next month, whloh
- will last foar days sad cover f 00 rojlea.
Motorists who are. seeking pleasures
la new and distant Deals will And them
In) Hawaii, where the roads are of coral
.'and shell and Ideal for automobile tour-
Determined t rMaln the Olidden
trophy, if possible, the Buffalo Aatomo
' bile club will enter at least four ears
' and probably several mora la tba eom'
- lng contest.. ...-.)',. ).-... .
v In lieu of a pony engine t switch
. freight cars oa Its siding a Cleveland
company nses Its five-ton automobile
truck with thoroughly satisfactory re-
- v Tha Tandarbilt cup race mast be ron
'over public highways again this year.
as no section of the Long Island Motor
parkway will be completed until No
vember, H ''... -- V-i-.,
" As a result of the clashing over apsee
allotted la tha Boston ahow, the motor
boat and car will no longer vie with
each other there for compliments, but
will be exhibited separately. -
A neat and bandy way - ta lubricate
t tire tubee when replacing them la to
: dlatrlbuto talcum powder toy meana of
i a small powder blower such as may be
nfl st any drug store.
There have been 'so many motoring
accidenta of . late In Germany that the
kaiser has ordered th chauffeua of the
Imperial ears to drive more slowly to
set a good example. :
. Aooordlng to latest sUtlatlcs there
are more than 10,000 automobiles In aae
.in Paris and the number Is growing so
rapidly that It threatens to upset all
th Afirtant trefllflnna Af iapImv
S2b ,one campaign for the repairing
I oTstreets of New Tnrk CKyJ waged by
automobtiiats, la at isst beerlnrx fruit.
gangs of workmen, berng ijbiniily em'
ployed In patching up the asphalt.
The police commissioners of Now
York City have forbidden their motor
. cycle officers making any apeed of over
(S miles sn hour, although their new
machines can do 70 miles easily.
' New styles In .cars create all aorta of
, new f ada. The latest In New York ap
pears to be tits carrying or a foot
.woman on the rumble aeet-ef a run
about Instead of" a footman or a chauf
feur. - . .
Instead of the usual annual parade tha
-Long Island Motor club ef Brooklyn
will devote. Its machines to giving a
day's outing to th orphans of the city.
winding up with a lunch at Coney
, Ialand. . - .
- . With th expenditure ' of 110.000,000
on roada. and Governor Masoon la
pressing the matter. Cuba promises to
become a paradise for autolsts and the
annual races st-Havana a Mecca for
tourists. -. - ' ' ,
Gates Mill hlti; which Is to be used
for th Cleveland Mil climb next Bat
vrday. Is steeper than ' famoua Dead
Horse MlUst Worcsster, Masaachuaetta,
havlnaaracrada of 410 feet to the mile
InAyJaces. , . H . ..
Y" Having passed thex - 700 mark, the
Automobile club of Buffalo Is asserting
more -.'oddly thnn ever that It ' has a
larger membership than any club In the
country except, the Automobile Club of
America. ' - '' - '...,
After, all th discussion as to route,
dates, atarttng places, etc. the fate of
the surveying eommlttee for the Gild
den tour In becomln stuck In the mud
(0 - miles beyond Erie;' Pennsylvania,
seemed a climax t trouble. ,
- For keeping aluminum parts bright
and giving them a thorough polish, use
first pumice- stone, then a mixture of
eosp and emery flow, ; applied with a
brush, i Turpentine Is good V for .anal
burnishing. . . -
Being already well provided with good
road i, the Royal Automobile club and
Motor Un on of England are devoting
their enerslea to .I.iat-Uylng and are
this week holding a eonteat to ascertain
the best method.
Owin to the iner from marauding
t , s. i i la te PcUcj
to Paris race, whloh starts June I, have
agreed to atlck closely together wnlie
crossing China and the Gobi desert and
m in iiuir annto. ' - ,
' The Chicago Automobile club la push
lng work on - Its- handsome' sew elub
bouse st lymouth place, with tba view
to throwing it open to the use of the
Glidden -tourist upon their arrival la
th Windy City. -5 r , -.r vr
Bpain'a initial automobile show, which
waa opened at Madrid on May by King
Alfonso and closed oa May It. proved
a complete suocesa, attracting thousands
from all parta of Europe and Insures
its repetition next year. -: ; -
A clever fad of motorists living In
the suburbs of many of tha large cities
Is to have th beat motoring rout from
th city to their horn printed on' th
reverse side of their calling cards for
th guidance of friends who motor.
'HO. Williams, the newly appointed
chief engineer of th Long Island Motor
Parkway, is a Tale graduate and has
charge - of th tunnel which I being
constructed la Washington la oonne
tlon with the new Union" terminal rail,
road etation, ,..'' . ' ?.
In removing ants be careful ta guard
against twletlngr tha end of th bolt or
atud off. If too large a wrench 1 used
or . too great leverage la applied, th
amount of strain oa tba nut cannot, be
accurately eatlmated aad an accident la
likely to occur. ...
la handing dowa a decision Involving
th decree of. car to b exercised, the
St. ' Louts court of appeals makes , th
point that th ear devolving upon the
chauffeur is as groat. If not greater.
-than that required of motormen oper
ating electric street oars...
The Automobile day held by Craw
ford ivllle, Indiana, proved the largest
svent of Its kind ever held la .th Hoo-
ler . state. It waa attended by thou-
aands from cities and, towns for a ra
dius of to miles and SO cities were rep
resented by tha mac bin ea la th . galav
L. L Laaa, aa extensive on operator
of Big Springe, Texas, who is also in
terested la the stag ooach business ta
tha west, la driving a motor oar from
Detroit to hla home town for the pur
pose of tea ting its adaptability for a tare
purposes, his root covera over i,eeo
A stmpi test ef th different grades
of angina oil is to heat a pan of grlass
and holding It at aa angle se how
far a few drops ef the oils will trickle
before evaporating. Other thing being
equal, the oil that rnna farthest with
out vanishing will be beat for th en
Searchlight automobiles are tha latest
addition to tha Austrian army. - They
carry two men and a light sufficiently
powerful to Illumine several - mile of
country. Experiments are under way
with a tranx.-ort oar, fitted with, two
40-hors power motors, separated so
that on oaa be used if th other be
Philadelphia society women turned oat
In fore at a carnival to aid poor epi
leptics. The event was managed ex
actly like a horse ahow. Th fair eon
teat? its ranged their cara before . th
grand stand,- and their points . were
Judged for beauty of design, appoint
ments, finish, etc. The affair netted
several thousand dollars?
Connecticut la a few yeara will have
aome of the finest roads In the coun
try. . Tha state Is about - to create a
bond, leau amounting to tl, 000,000 a
year to run avral years, tha money
to be - spent for Improving the high
ways.' The state will take over 1 the
trunk roads, leaving the branches in the
care -of the counties or municipalities.
Convinced that It would be unaafe to
permit 01 entrlea for th Kaiser's cup
race to -cover- the ' courae in a slngl
day, Emperor Wllnelm has arranged for
two-day eonteat. Oa tho first day
ther wlU be two elimination trials, 40
cars to participate In each. On the
second dav tha 40 - or laaa "aurvivinv"
car wilt compete In the race proper.
The danger of taking a fair singer
automoblllng is Illustrated by tho suit
entered In Massachusetts by. Miss Me
luslna Marx of Boston against Robert
M. Wallace of Springfield, Massachu
setts, for 115,000. While riding together
the x machine" struck a fence, shocking
jUlsa Marx so severely, she claims, that
she has been unable to sing since. :
,-hould prlaats us autonaobilee la the
queauon wntca nas oeen suonmiea 10
the yope and is creating a good -deal
of controversy la ecclesiastical circles In
Rome. The decision of his holiness, who
holds progressive views. Is expected to
be in favor ot the aatomoblto. Cardinal
Caaaetta owns 1 an automobile and la
often aeen riding around tho city in It
T. A. C.Jk of Callfooon. New'Tork,
- secretly constructing aome remark
able automobiles, to be used In a daah
to the south pole, by Dr. Frederick A.
Cook, who la known chiefly for his aa
cen. ot Mount McKlnley la Alaaka, the
higheat peak in North America. ..His
automobile will faahloned Ilk a mo
tor boat,- so that speed can be made
either oa land or lc ; I.. -
The legislature of Nevada has under
conald-ratlon a measure for the regula
tion of automobiles which would limit
the speed of motor vehicles to 10 re llee
an 'hour in the cities and SO miles in
the country, with a 10-mlle-an-hour limit
for all places after nightfall. Heavy
fines are provided, especially for failure
atop machines when signaled, for
which a jail sentence may be Imposed.
The first of the three tours for the
Rowe touring trophy, which will be par
ticipated In by the members of the Au
tomobile club of Maryland, will be held
une 7. The run will bo from Balti
more to Hageratowa and return,' a dis
tance of 16O miles.- A particular feature
of the eonteat ie that It will be directly
oppoalta to the conditions of the Glidden
tour, in that ao professionalism will
A recent decision of the king's beach,
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Undoobtedly tho greatest automobile proportion ever offered. 8ee
lag is believlnf. AH the old auto-own era as well aa prospective cue-'
totoers are urged to com and (ft a demonstration. . . -: y-
An Unusual Mer ' .
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X am folly corjrinced that it b only a question of time until prac
tically everybody who baa occasion to travel over the roada will, nee
automobiles. You will admit it la quicker and more pleasant. ' I can
prove that it is tho "cheapest method, despite the prevailing opinion
to the contrary. To hasten the time when "EVERYBODY" will use
automobiles, and to ahow my absolute confidence in the SINGLE
CYLINDER "CADILLAC," X have decided to guarantee it "free of
repaira for one year."4 80C me and get my proposition.;' Fully 14,000 '
Cadillacs making good throughout the world. ' - - -
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with the finest milling and gear-cutting ma
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. that you want from an automobile to tops, glass ;
fronts, dashes, fenders, springs, wheels bodies, ,
r: gears, axles,' steering-wheels and all parts of an -'
automobiles; also all other machine work, tools, t
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Distributor Oregon, Washington and. Northern Idaho. -"
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THE TOURIST factory is only five days away by BOAT.
We are not dependent on the railroads to deliver our cars. , ..
MODEL K 7 (Our leader, the most popular car on the;
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1 B. H. P. Demonstration and stock cars will be here the week of'
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OREGON MOTOR CAR CO.
Temporary Location 108 7th St. ;-"'" Opposite Public Library.
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. Launch Trimminja always In stock.
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