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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
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AUTOMOBILE HAS
PROVEN SAVER OF
TIME Ai MONEY
Solves IndividualTransporta
tion Problems Travel
ers Faced.
By HARRY WARD.
Commentlnc on the rapid strides being
,, rnndo In the automobile Industry, one
of the leading mailers recently remark
ed It would be strange to find an other
wise well-Informed mun who would un
dertake to deny thut In the automoblto
tho pioblems of Individual transporta
tion havo been solved with a degree of
success that has no parallel In history.
"Yet a little while ago so recently.
In fact, that to many the recollection
of It seems like a memory of yesterday
the automobile was considered an al
most unattainable' luxury: Its posses
sion was synonymous with affluence
or reckless living," he continued.
"All that has changed. I'crhaps by
reason of tho fact that we assumed
sponsorship for the Industry after It
had already outgrown Its Infantile
weaknesses In Europe, our American
automobile bus'ness progressed In leaps'
and bounds and became the first to set
tle Into a tranquil state. Just as the
American automobllo was tho first to
. become standardized In Its mechanical
features, being now subject to further
development by refinement of less Im
portant details than by radical
changes.
"Today the motor vehicle Is recog
EVH1
nised as the best and cheapest vehicle
In existence, whether It Is to be used
for business or for pleasure. As a
pleasure vehicle the motor car has no
equal. The bugbear of the traveler, the
rigid, flgurcd-out-ln-advanco time sched
ule, docs not burden tho automobllo
tourist who owns and manages his
own system of transportation.
"To the man who Is his own chauf
feur automoblllng affords a rare relax
ation. Ilequlrlng In Itself no great
physical exertion, It tra'ns the powers
of co-ordination. The attention which
tho motorist gives to the propor run
ning of his car takes his mind away
from the cures and tabulations of
business and from the Irritations of
life. Fresh air and good company
cause his worries 'to fold their tents,'
leaving only the memory of well-spent
hours and the knowledge that the auto
mobile has added ono mole Incompar
able charm to our complicated ex'st
enre. "All this being ns It Is, Is it any
wonder that tho automobile more than
ever holds the center of tho Industrial
stage and the attention of the public,
and thut our highways are fairly dot
ted with motor cars?"
Automobile Owners
Getting Tire Points
Car onners have learned a meat deal
about tires during tho last few years,
but there aie several fallacies that it
seems Impossible to get out of the ac
age automobile owners' mind.
"The belief that hot weather and road
friction Increase the air pressure In a
tire to u dangerous point costs the car
owners of this country millions of dol
lars' every year," said W. V Aydclotte,
of the Diamond ltubber Company, who
is In Washington directing tho cam
paign on Diamond safety trend tlfes.
"Because of this fallacy thouxunds of
car owners habitually travel on under
Inflated tires, the 'soft' tire becomes
bruised and cut and before long there Is
a blow-out. Tho Internal friction In a
tiro caused by the bending of tho ma
terial, especially tho fabric, does heat
the tire but the softer tho tire the
f;reater the bending octlon and tho moro
nternal heat.
"The Increase In air pressuro duo to
heat," suld Mr. Aydclotte, "Is not nearly
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An -Freezing Solutions
Motorists, pnste this In jour hats
for reference rrlicn the weather
gets cold enough to freeze tho
mater In the radiators of your
cars, the following anti-freezing
solutions hating hecn thorough
It tested and found efficacious'
VIII not frceie at 15 degrees
above scroi
Water 4 gal.
Alcohol H gul.
Oljccrln U gal.
Will not freeze at 8 degree alioro
zerot
Glycerin 1 gal. 1 qt.
Water 894 gal.
Alcohol fl pU.
Will not freeze 10 degrees below I
Water 8 gul. 1 ;it.
Alcohol 1 gul. 1 qt.
Glycerin 2 qts. 1 pt
Will not frcezo SO degrees below
Water 1 mil. 1 qt.
'Alcohol 2 gal. 2 qts.
so great as car owners think. In our
tires the engineers have allowed for
four or live times as great as pressuro
us we recommend for them. To get
maximum mileage the car owner should
Inflate according to a very simple rule
thu pressure per square Inch an shown
by the pressure gauge should be It
times tho tiro's cross section In InclNs.
For Instunca a 3V4 Inch tire should al
ways be Inflated to 63 pounds, a 4 Inch
tire to 72 pounds, a Vi Inch tire to 81
pounds, nnd so on, regardless of hot or
cold weather. If we could get tire users
to follow this rule there would bo far
Ics Injuries to lives and a great deal
moro mileage In tho tiro than the aver
age owner gets."
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every street crossing you must obey the
signal of the traffic coo auicklv. safely.
surely. Perfect car
goes with the
JJmOU9mA
Safety Tread (squegee)Xire
YOU travel in safety when the car obeys your hand.
With Diamond Safety Tread Tires you control the car,
no matter how wet, how slippery, how treacherous the going.
Won't slip, Won't slide, Won't skid they grip
The Mileage is in Them and You Get It
GET this clearly in your mind The Dia
mond Safety Tread Tire is not an ordi
nary tire with a roughened tread, it's a tire
built on new principles and correct principles.
It does what it's meant to do it gives you
absolute skid prevention, real safety an'd heap
ing measure of tire value.
At your
The Diamond Store
Fourteenth St. N.
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CARS IN RUSSIA
Ambasador Wants American
Makes at St. Peters
burg Show.
The llusslan ambaeeudor, tlooryu
Unkhmctcff, has extended an InvlU
lion to American motet car manufac
turers to exhibit at tl'u utitoniubllo ex
position to be held In St. l'etersbiiis in
tho sprlnu of 1!)U The exposition Is the
fourth annual motor cur exhibition or
Ranlzcd nu.l piomotcd by thu Inipnllat
Automobllo Club of KUkclu und Is under
the patroniiKo of tho Czar of Itussui.
The Ilusslun government tu deeply In
terested In securing American exhibit
ors for the exposition and has grunted
a special tariff to all American manu
facturers fur the tiansportatlon of their
curs over the llusslan rulluuys where
by all exhibits will be shipped free of
charge from at. Petersburg to tho fron
tier at the conclusion of the show.
Ambassador UukhmntofT's Invitation
expresses tho belief that thu exnasltlnn
should have special interest for bulld-
vi o ui nuiuiiiuuuca m hub country. III
view of tho fact that American motor
ca's have proved themselves particu
larly well adapted for country uso In
ltUMSla.
hlla a number of manufacturers ara
contemplating exhibiting their cars at
the exposition It Is not known Hint any
maker has applied for space. Howev
er, tho Inducements offered by tho ltm
slnn government through the Imperlil
Automobllo Club of Hussla may rotult
In a number of exhibits being shipped
from this country to St. Petersburg.
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Stop!
control under all condi
Use Diamond Safety Tread Tires all the
year round it's real economy
You can get the Diamond Safety Tread
Tire in your size and to fit your style of
rims. Dependable dealers everywhere sell the
Diamond Safety Tread Tire it's the mark of
a good dealer.
dealer's
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R.H.MARTIN NEW
BUICK MANAGER OF
DISTRICT OEEICE
Former Salesman Succeeds
"Ted" Johnston as Head
of Branch.
' Hoboit II. Martin today was appointed
manager of the Btilcl; Motor Com
pany's branch, succeeding ' Ted" B.
Johnston, who resigned somo weeks ago
to necept the position of general Bales
murium r of the Republic Motor Com
pans. Mr. Aturtln'H promotion Is well
diKcrvcd and he has been busy all day
ricclvliig congratulations from a host
of friends.
"Hob" Martin Joined thn Ilulck forcoH
In April, !!, as a member of the sales
department. After six months' work
he was appointed assistant to Manager
Johnston, and lu this capacity he had
chargo of too territory covered by the
Uulck Washington branch, embracing
various towns In Muryland and Vlr-
Bnla ...
When Manager Johnston resigned
Martin was placed In temporary charce,
nnd now is placed In supreme control
of tho branch. He Is one of the young
est men In the automobllo trade of the
city.
Leak Hurts Light.
A yellow lh Hiiro In the color of an
acetUne gus flame Is caused by a leak
Kimctthere In the connections If every
tl.lng Is tight the lamps will begin
lmtilH( irl t h n lil itl ah flnmA 1 1! m lite In
i a dLKHnK white a tho ffas flows freely.
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There's Joy
in Motoring
If Your Tires
Are Filled With
Airease
The World's Best
Tire Filler
i
Airease costs much less
than the other so-called
tire fillers, and is sold
under this guarantee.
If, after thirty days' trial,
you do not find AIR
EASE satisfactory, we
will remove it, replace
you on air, and refund
your MONEY.
CAR OWNERS COUPON.
Airease Tire Filler Co.,
222 Southern Building,
Washington, D. C.
Gentlemen:
I am interested in tire filling,
and desire to know the cost of
filling my tires.
Front, size ... Rear. .. .A size. .
Name
Street
i t i
City.
(T.)
Airease Tire filler Co.
222-232 Southern Building,
Washington, D. C.
DEALERS' COUPON.
Airease Tire Filler Co.,
222 Southern Building,
Washington, D. C.
Gentlemen:
I am interested in AIREASE.
Please give me cost of filling
plant for this territory.
Name
Street
City.
(T.)

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