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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1912
ll ' THE WHITE "SIX" i
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A man doesn't have to be a mechanic to recognize the simplicity of the WHITE motor. If
he is at all familiar with the appearance of motors he will be likely to think, looking at a
WHITE, that some parts are missing. It is all there, however, and whatever parts have been
eliminated result in its efficiency, simplicity and economy of operation. To the average man
the WHITE motor is the most attractive part of the car; because its probability to need repairs is
minimized, and, if it does need adjusting its construction is not so bewildering that he cannot
make minor repairs himself, however little he may know of mechanics.
Fivc'-nportant Features of White Motors
First of all, the foil, ryltndera are cant en bloc -that Is In one pleoo. This construction gives 6 rigidity to the crank oaso and
kcniw the bearings in aliKument.
TheeylliMlur each have a three and three-fourth Inch bore and Ave and one-eighth Inch stroke. The stroke Is very long In pro
portion hi the bore, resulting In Increased power with loss effort, whloh means maximum efficiency and gasoline economy.
There are four forward speeds, with direct drive on the third, which means speed for every condition, giving greater road
rltU'li-ney, and making it unnecessary to overtax the engine at any timo.
WHITK motors are equipped with a honeycomb radiator in which tho cooling surface Is practically twice that of any ordinary
kind. This radiator is the most efficient of whioh we know, and, because of Its high cost, Is used only In the bettor grade of oars.
A double oiling system is used. After iubrictting, the connecting rod bearings, the oil drops into the crank case, where it is
used in the regular splnsh systom. Besides being a vory effective moans of lubrication, the conomyof using the oil twice is
apparent. The crunk shaft easing and the side plates on tho motor, which when removed make the crank shaft accessible, con
ilurs the oil to the Inside of tho motor, preventing a general besmearing wltholl which would othorwise occur.
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AGENTS Hilo, Hawaii
GOT 1 ;i V.iON3 CUE.
Tm Keen Didn't Giv the Sam One
When Tom Keeue took long tours
through the northwest, where tragedy
la still In favor, he used to keep bis
company down In numbers on account
of the .lumps and the high railroad
fares, wrlti-s Drury Underwood. There
were various ways of doing this, such
as by doubling and by putting a tin
suit on the electrician now and then.
One play had a long cast, however,
and the advance agent was Instructed
to pick up some local man for one of
the "bits." Kecne arrived In a one
light stand and made his way to the
theater to meet the recruit for the play
In question. He Introduced himself to
the manager and explained the situa
tion. The local dignitary said: "That
has been arranged, Mr. Keene. Jones,
the house property man, is going to
play the part. I'll send for him."
Jones appeared presently. lie yawn
ed and stretched his arms continually,
putting two or three gaps in every sen
tence. The part consisted of two lines,
but on them hung the vital situation of
the play. Keene sized Jones up for
his wardrobe and then asked him if he
was ready to rehearse.
"No," said Jones. "I played the part
with McCullough twice."
Thnt seemed promising, and Keene
was satisfied. The particular scene of
the performance came, and Keene,
looking into the wings, saw Jones
yawning and stretching. He gave him
the speech for his entrance, but Jones
did hot budge. He repeated it without
success and then bad to fake the scene,
which fell flat, ruining the perform
ance. Keeue came off the stage in a
fury and spluttered, "Why didn't yon
come on when you saw me waiting
"Didn't get my cue," said Jones.
"I gave it to you twice."
"Not the cue McCullough gave me."
"What cue did he give you?"
"Come on. you Idaho sausage.".
Ho Knew Him.
The year the Chicago Cubs won their
first world's championship a crazy
mob of enthusiasts pursued Frank
Chance, trying to raise him on their
shoulders. Chance struggled to free
himself. A big, red faced man, purple
from rooting, beat the manager on the
back and yelled, "Don't you know me.
"Yep," replied Chance coolly. "Tou're
the fellow .who hit me on the head
with a lemon last fall when the Sox
weep Son Off en? 1
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'Testing the Dot.
On a wet and bitter nlslit In winter
old Dr. B. was summoned from bis
snug home to attend a farmer threat
ened with pneumonia. The farmer's
wife, a little woman resembling a
scared bird, reported that the patient
THEN DBAKK IT OFF.
called for hot punch, but that she
awaited the doctor's permission before
"Make it." said Dr. B. "Make It
as soon as you can, strong and not,
and let me see It"
The little woman soon fluttered in
with the smoking punch. The doctor
took it from her bands, examined it,
smelled it. then drank it off and
smacked bis lips In critical satisfac
"Exactly," he said. "Give your hus
band one Just like it, only half as
The Widow's Complaint.
"Yes." said a sad eyed man, "I mar
ried the widow of a man who was
banged, and I thought that under the
circumstances there would be no com
parisons in connection with the late
lamented, but I was mistaken."
"Did she praise him Just the same?'
rejoined his friend.
"Well, not exactly," was the reply,
"but we bad not been married a week
before she declared that banging was
too good for me."
Honor Were Even.
When the members of a Greek letter
society in Barnard college were initiat
ing two girl neophytes into frat mys
teries Just before last commencement
exercises, one Junior, who was obeying
orders, waited until a street car on
Broadway. New York, had passed her,
then chased it for a block, waving her
hand and calling frantically to the con
ductor, who at Inst held up bis car, the
eyes of all the passengers were on the
flushed young woman. Then, Instead
of boarding the car, the initiate dainti
ly lifted her skirt, placed a small foot
on the car step and calmly as possible
tied ber shoe, taking her time to it
This done, he smiled prettily at the
conductor and walked away after
sweetly saying "Thank you."
"Mo, miss." said the conductor,
heartily; "I want to thank you."
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