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THE WASHINGTON TBIES; WEDNESDAY, -FEBRUARY 5, 191?.
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Automobiles Carry Lighter
'Loads at Higher Speeds.
Get Better Use and Care.
It has been said that the Dleasure car
motor would not dp for truck work and
vice versa, the difference In the work
done requiring different constructions.
A pleasure car motor is carryinc a
lighter machine at higher speeds, works
on pneumatic tires and Is generally
handled carefully either bv owner or
A motor truck carries a heavy load
at medium speeds over less favorable
roads and on hard tires. The pleasure
car motor operates at the whim of its
ntt-nor nnA fnr nprhanil nn hour Or SO
a day average. At the same time irj
must be able to do touring work &
the day without trouble.
Differ la Operation.
The motor truck motor operates eight
to twenty-four hours in the day. Is
taken care of in Its small rest period if
tended to at all, and works-six days a.
week on s? stead grind. There art no
interims during which a driver can
tighten parts or tend to details. These
must be right in the first place and not
come loose If the truck Is to mike goad.
Not operatlns intermittently like the
pleasure vehicle, the motor truck works
on schedule. Not all trucks run this way
but every truck sent out from a factory
must be capable of doing It in tho two
foot snow of Jflnnesota In winter, or
at 100 in the shade In summer.
Thus on the surface of the conditions
tre widely different. The motor must
be as different s the conditions.
A closer look takes Into account the
gear ratio. Though the pleasure car
motor runs the vehicle faster, the rate
of revolutions at maximum speed Is no
higher. Though the truck motor hauls
a bigger load, the leverage on the rear
wheels Is greater, due to decreased
speed and gearing down.
The service idea looks more formida
ble as a comparison, where one motor
Is running intermittently and the other
constantly. Here there is -a real dif
ference, but it is one of wear. The
touring car motor is used less and In
common service at city speeds runs
at a slower speed, so that the wear on
parts Is considerably leas than In a
truck motor which will turn over twice
as fast to -get the same city speed, and
keep it up all day. The truck motor
then. If but a touring car motor ordi
narily built, may lack the wearing
qualities which are needed in truck
work. A motor that would last four
years In a touring car might not last
one on a truck.
There are touring car motors, how
ever, designed for heavy work, and
these fitted to motor trucks have made
good. The different requirements over
the -lighter type, however, to gain
greater lasting qualities would be larger
wearing sun aces. Mien as bearings,
cam faces, valve guides, and seat area,
connecting rod sizes, and piston and
ring areas, etc.
Two Young Women of Virginia
Town Become1 Brides This
Evening Other Notes.
CLAKENDOX Va.. Feb. 5 Two
young women of Clarendon will be
married thib evening Miss Sadie
Esther Robinson will become the bride
of Mortimer Williams Howcn. the cere
mony lo be solemnized in the Spruce
street home of her parents, Mr and
llrs. laid II Robinson, at 7.JJ
o'clock, and -Miss Mary Kleldb DaMN
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Auguhtus
Davis. Jr. will lx married to the Rev.
Theodore 31. Siuann. ii.if.tor of the
Clarendon 31 i:. Church, in that
church at J ocIocK.
The members of SL George Episco
pal Church gave a very successful pan
cake luncheon at the rector ycsterda .
Officers for the Ieesburg Telephone
Company have bi-cn elected as follows
C I Jannejof l.esburg. president;
I Li. Northrop, of Clarendon, t-ecr-tary
and Treasurer, and M. E Church,
of falls Church, general manager
The Jucnlle Misslonar.. Socictj t
the Methodist Episcopal Church South,
at Clarendon, has elected Misn HelMi
McDonald, president. Mis Mlldr-.
htoy, vice president. Miss I -aura Pan
ecretar . MI"s Ann Ives, treasurer
'Miss Mildred Sto. pianist. Rathbum
Dodd, corresponding ecrctar, and
Eustace Crux, feollcltlng agent for the
'Young People's Chrlbtlan Worker "
The Woman s Foreign MlfcMunar Sn
det of t-ie M. Z. Church South, met
at "the home of Mrs Imboden last
night Miss Grace JolTrie. and Mr.
C M Sto if ashlngton, attend 1
the meeting and organized a home d. -partment
NOKTMFIELD. Ma-s Feb & -Today's
relebratlon of Founders Day, at
he Mt Herinon Bos' School, one of
the institutions founded bv Duight 1.
Mood as made notable bv the dedi
cation of the new Schauffler Memorial
I.lbrar. The Ilbrarj Is a gift of Mrs.
A F. Schauffler. of New York, in
memory of the Rev Dr. William
Schauffler. long connected with educa
tional and mlfslonare work In Turkey
for the pslor which
only women know
nn.fnti frmrtt In
former. Try tSem and you will neyer bs
All DrusglsU SMI ,
LIKE HEAVY TRUCKS
g.riiLJi ii i y
Dont's for Motor Drivers
Don't try to ran without oil or water; it will only make business
for the repairman.
Don't try to stitrt without the witch turned on; it enn't be doiie.
Don't drhc fast or try to stop quickly on it wet or slippery pavement.
Don't neglect, in cold weather, to use an antl-frcczlns solution which
s suitable for your particular locality: jour radiator will freeze
if you forget.
Don't forget to release tile cmergencj brake before attempting .to
Don't try to shift the gears with your clutch Jn
Don't try to break all the speed laws of jour particular locality.
Don't fail to keep jour car properly lubricated.
Don't let the car stand so that the tires rub or chafe against the
Don't start your car with a jerk.
Don't run the wheels out of true.
Don't fail to examine your tires after each trip; It may present
trouble on the next one.
Don't forget to keep your rims free from dust and sharp edges.
Don't use thc.cnslng after it is worn to the extent that it shows the
canvas; hare It retreaded to prolong Its service. Put jour
repaired tires on the front wheels.
Keep tires well pumped up according to information advanced by
If tires begin to show wear on the side from running in ruts, or other
causes, it is a good plan to turn them around in that waj the
life of the tire may be prolonged.
Mexican's belief That His Re
ports Were Given Credence
Causes Smiles on All Sides.
State .Department officials press their
IIJJZ llltii; Hewitt aim "'vii .....w .-
very thin smile, when asked about the
statement ot snor (jaiero, lonner am-
States, that he spent six months in the
united states lying to mis iioveruiwiu
Beyond the wan smile the State De
partment sentlemen say nothing:. They
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about Mexican affairs from an agent of
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me axeaero government.. n ..vuiw
largely from consular agents and
Ambassador Calero continually report
ed that peace was hoverinc over his
country and was merely trying to find
the best of several good places to light.
Tne State Department has not believed
for some time that immediate peace will
be realized In Mexico, although It is not
going out of Its way to complicate the
situation for the stronger party In
At the same time that he Is alleged
to have described his mendacious course
jn the United States, Senor Calero as
serted that conditions In Mexico were
desperate, no matter what sort of sooth
ing reports the government- might give
New Automobile Firm
In Washington Trade
One of the newcomers fn the automo
bile trade of Washington Is making its
influence felt In no uncertain manner Is
the A. Loftier Company, agents for the
Speedwell. Regal, Commerce Truck.
Llnpard-StrwHrt truck and Speedwell
truck. Andrew Lofflcr Is president ot
the company. Thomas Jarre.ll is treas
urer and V. D. Arrison the sales mana
ger. Three chasses are offered for 1913 by
the Regal company, two of which are
undenJung anu one of which, a nev
1.. .,!... la nl'npllltnrr TllA mUT
-fnodel, stjled model S, Is a flte passen
ger IVUI 111 -U. J ,li. ...w.w, .. -
debigned for this model and the body la
ox a Ijpe new 10 Jiebai yiat-uw-.
Models H. T and N, the continued un
derslungs, show little change from for
mer construction, as radical changes
and 'earl models are counter to the
The compan has an Imposing array
of care and trucks at the automobile
show, and Is making many sales.
FULL line of I9L3
biles will be on
X. ali.5 bssssssssssbW M. 'S
The Michigan Forty sells for $1,740, fully
equipped, including electric self-starter and elec
Some very desirable territory in Maryland and Vir
ginia is still open for this line. Come to the show and
talk it over with us.
The Prpbey Co.
TO GREET TUJITY
Wilson's Secretary Will Be
Guest at Reception at Na
tional Press Club.
The National Press Club will hold, a
reception at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon
in honor of Joseph P. Tumulty, who
Vino hiwn nnnnlntrri secretary to Prcsl-
dent-elcct Wilson The reception Is la
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fair, for tho reporters and correspond
ents having membership In the Press
Club will come frequently In contact
with Tumulty In the next four yeas.
r,,mit. to mm Acnoolallvr well known
to the newspaper men here, but all or
tne prominent LremuvTauu iiuinn.iio
know him and sneak highly of his abil
ity. There was no active candidate out
against him. It Is learned.
As long as xumuny waniea me sec
rctarlal position the other aspirants,
were willing to stand aside.
Gently clean your liver and con
stipated bowels while
Take a Cascarct tonight and thor
oughly cleanse your liver. Stomach
and Bowels, and you will surely fel
great by morning. You men and
women who have headache, coated
tongue, can't bleep, are bilious, nerv
ous and upset, bothered with a sick,
gassy, disordered stomach or have
backache and feel all worn. out.
Are jou keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets or merely forcing a
passagpway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This is
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food and foul
gases; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry off the constipated
waste matter and poison from the in
testines and bowels.
Remember, a Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A 10
cent box. from your druggist means
healthy bowel action a clear head
and cheerfulness for months. Don't
forgot the clillrlren
exhibition all this week
VOTES FOB WOMEN
ASKED AT HAL
Fools' Carnival Sees Feminine
Contingent Declaring for
Their Right of Suffrage.
"SuffraKetteb" not the Iondon kind,
hut merely young actresses playing the
role of enthusiastic militants stormed
the stage at the Arion Gesangverein
hall last night where the annual Fools'
Session was held, and for much of the
evening held control of tho platform,
the judge's seat and jury box.
Resolutions were parsed immediately
after the "suffragettes" were seated
condemning the "tyrant, man" and de
creeing that his reign as a supreme be
ing was at an .nd. The militant fem
ABION CLUB SOCIA
in point of equipment on cars at the
Washington Auto Show
56 per cent of all cars equipped with
United States Tires
44 per cent distributed amongst
all other makes
UNITED STATES TIRE COMPANY, NEW YORK ' :.
inities who took part in the assault
and conquest of the position "supposed
to be trodden crdlnnrlly by the foot of
male mortals were attired in natty
masculine garb. They marched Into
Inc. hall preccdJby a banner fearer
who carried the motto: "Votes For
Women and Down With Man."
The "suffragettes" were Miss Paulim;
Holer, general; Miss" Eleat.ore Schwarz.
rolico woman; Miss Ullle Weber. Mln
Dora Wabsman. Miss Barbara Wles
mann, -Wisa Adele Wassmann. Miss
Minnie Schuerger. Miss Alma Krumkc
Miss Louise Schue;er, Miss Sophie
Helphensjlne, and Mrs. Sophie Tread-
In'thc "fools court" August Schwarz
was the Judge, while the Jury consisted
of August Schmidt, president of the
Arlons: Nicholas "Wiegand. Martin
Wlegand. W. Ruskdaeshel, K, Kohlor.
Charles Gerner. 31. Holzbelerle. P. II.
Kramer,. C. T. Schwegler. . William
Wleffmskn, and Karl Brodt.
Bar Bailey's Speech
As Public Document
An attempt to have the recent speech
of Senator Bailey printed as a public
document failed in the Senate yesterday,
Senator Martlne said he had had a large
number of requests for the speech arid
could not fulfill them. He moved to
have the speech printed as a public
document. Senator Smoot objected and
tho order was not made.
IE. JULIA GULP
IS DELIGHTFUL JT
f INITIAL CONCERT
Dutch Lieder Singer at Colum
bia Theater Gives an Artis
Music lovers of Washington were de
lighted at the Columbia Theater yes
terday by Mme. Julia Culp, the Dutch
lieder singer, who was here for her
Initial concert. It was agreed that she
Is one of the best soloist heard In thj
Capital this season. 'Artistically, her
concert was perfect.
Mme. Culp Is the possessor of a con
tralto' voice of tremendous power ana
exquisite sweetness. Her lnterpreta-
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Kmost -plcaslnff expression ad stajje
Lforesence. She sang In German and
Italian, but so expressive wsj her
face that it wasnot difficult for those
who did not know "those tongues to
catch the significance of the words.
She sang live groups- -of soar i'
Schubert. TscaJkowsky, Lowe. LIt.
and Brahms. Brahm's wonderful ''Per
Semied" was given with a fire and
ringing clearness ot tone which truly
suggested the music of hammer and an
vil, and there -was an outburst of appt
ciatlon which could not be stilled un
til the singer had repeated the number.
Lowe's" "Der Asra" was another
achievement in expressions and tho
delicacy of Brahms' lullaby; "Wlesen
lled." was given with the roost appeal
ing simplicity and charm.
At the end of the regular program
the audience remained in the theater
until the singer graciously gave Schu
mann's "Wldmung." ,
Coenraad V. Bos was at the plano
Kaffir Corn for Texas.
FORT WORTH. Tex.. Feb. 4. A spe
cial demonstration train left here yester
day for a trip through the Texas
corn belt to demonstrate the possibili
ties of kafflr corn. This grain la Be
lieved to be especially well adapted
to tho soil in the black land belt, and
Its general planting Is being urged upon
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COLUMBIA. S. a, Feb. 5. The fourth
annual convention of the KaUoBar,
Guards' Association of South Carolina,
met ln'thlixlty this afternoon", and wta
cjwned wfth an, addres - by AdjU
Gen. V. MooJ;e, Officers of tlio
organised mllltla In all part's of trie
State were in attendance.
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