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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1914.
Plans for Electric Automobile Sociability Run May 21 Are Rapidly Maturikg
FOR ELECTRIC RUN
eresting Route Laid Out for
Contestants in Event to Be
Held May 27.
BY HARRY WARD.
i rapiilli uiHiuniiK fui ' c
I'oiiiohile, siK-iab'Iitv iuii Slav
di e- Orme. i hairmnn of the
intt ii i Iiat.ee of the event, lias
teie&tiiis loute for ttie ion
h m if vveatliei condition!- .'lie
iiahi. i 15 expected 1 or moie
- 1 be in line at the "starting
ONE OF WASHINGTON'S FAIR MOTORISTS
a ' r.c mil the riiza .lomiiiR tin
N 4' Aliseum. the contestants
. o' e d through the Slonumen'
' is thence around the Spcetlnav
,.ii opposite the Wai Colics'"
nd nR the point, the motorists Mill
a portion of the fame route,
us i. t ai the Seventeenth street
ar e i the speed wa
-n t i re th route will Of north
Seicnteerth street to Connecticut
i u. ti the west entrance to Zoo
I . K ftr a short riov tlirouqh trie
L. r. the participants will conclude the
1 1 a th loaq'iin Miller cabin, in the
iu r.ern pan 01 in" ptrK i m- ui
-e is sllclitlv over thirteen miles. an-J
c ' is . r smooth roais.
stirt will be mad? at 11:."W o'-iocl.
a. the conclusion of the run a bas-lu-i-heoii
will b. 3crvl at the SIII1
aUn s there are man" women
trsof el -dries in Washington, it is
ct i manv of them will take part In
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Chronic and Acute Divisions Are
Found in Various Types of
MRS. GARDNER P. 0RME,
Who Handles a Heavy Touring Car With Grace and Ease. Mrs. Orme Makes Frequent Automobile Trips Between
Washington and Newpor', R. I.
- ie nnzes mil !) awarded
ontest.ints will --un under sealed
i icii will lie set ') a t.ovorn-
tili'ia' Kntr.v blanl.s ar avail-
u m.m automobile salesrooms and
r hasprs of Cole touring cars his
includetl Dr. .1. E. Pope, of Cleve
Park and George Hymen
"o cars have been sold to the follow-
Tour.ng cars National Capital
Compan. Cljde W. Conger. ".V.
Bell John J Cleary. V. W. Dea'..
Ituth Donn. R V. King. John I..
e Dr R A Pyle. Thoma-s W S'.ir-
D Ckjorge I. Enpard. James E.
H x ,i. Iieut 11 F. I,cary. A L. Don-
'r lohn T. Jloncv. James Stuart
V nt Marino Frederick T Rnva. A.
annon. W P Ulackburn. v H
IS iw F. Roberts. Wm. A L.
! S Hogc. jr. William C.
t ai don Max Raum. Frances L.
Th R F Tunkhouser. H. J Mof-
lf Harold H lvv Sturtln .1 Flnlier.
i Mrs Emma Xisewander, Sirs. Laura
bei Frank D . Rovs. Charles H,
Ij Slerr man. E. S. Alvord. William F.
j juuiivii i.unaoouis to C f . Inter.
Charles H Keel. George Hyman,
Fleiscl mann Yeast Companv (2. S.
Dudley Smith, ir.. Remschel Auto Snleys
I Companj, George Goldberir. Slauck &
1 ntsberr- J hn T Cole Deli ve ri
se ns to .Milton E. Hushes. John
nmpron. .1 D Rosser. A. J. Simmons.
ra- W lxckwood and K T
e c recent purchaser of Cadillac
i S Sculli has purchased a
tri. ilear-vision brougham
t Euercon & Orme It is finished
el t a d ipholstereil m blue mo-
v llaw!e hj pui. ha'ij-d a
e o 0'.'iii cai . fulK eijiupped
V lam I" Putnam ha. pnichaseu
ads'e ..f the same make.
Wi .druff and Osiai A. Reed
c fort e i the Carte"-a- Sale? Cotn-
1 rriTated. and r:li handle the
' a U H 'oiiimere tiucks. ami
e . k- Thei hae opened n
roo'r l vij I'olTtieiu'i .H
Rules for Safety
Of Electrics Given
Expert Tells How to Avoid Danger of Common Ac
cidents in Operating Motor Cars Al
ways Test Brakes.
In ,ew of the fait that there are parts, uu Unlnm- tnes. wheic made a
more than SnX driers of electric cars ' Practice, hut w here there are frequent
In Washington, and that this city sto,is ami lestarts. it will c...isideral.ly
, , , , reduce the mileage because of the high
.1..1.U.-, iuuiiii in iuc nmiiuci ui iiij- i rlirrpnt refill red line In rnnH ,lnrt n .
chines of this type in daily use through- If the driver moves the controller one mobile fan
AUTO SLANG RIVALS
THAT OF BALL FAN
Tris Speaker Surprised at
Choice Samples of Motor
ists' Expressive Vocabulary.
Ins "Speaker, tii Red outfit liler.
! j.nil hi- ante . nihil .nan wen- recently
dist-tissitic t:e question which wa.s the
slangiest, the ha-eleil fan or the auto-
Tli -v uot into i hot arKu-
out the country, some driving hints bv i Point for about each twent-iive feet
H. B. Hart. jr.. are or tlmclv interes't ,hc ear. s'"'"l.'tart smootlih and with
. .1. .i rx. i. " i. , no undue strain,
at this time. Thev were brought out in ,
a paper he read before the Washington ' Always Test Brakes.
section of the Electric Vehicle Associa- ' It dl to form the habit of try-
tion of America, at its Slav meeting
last Thursday cvenlnc. Here are some
of the points emphasize!
In operating the car be seatctl in tho
machine before you unlock the con
troller or insert the plug. Always bo
sure the controller Is off before In
serting the running plug or kc to
unlock the controller, release the brake
and keep your foot on the brake pedal.
Where the controller is not supplied
ulth a lock, but merelv uses a plug. It
is doubly important to see that the
controller Is off. for if it is on and the
plug inserted you are. liable to be taken
off vcur guard with mor or les Serious
Vtemeynber flint n.-litle. vmi m:t have
left the cintroller off. .some one in ..our I acking it
absence may have tampered with it. Do
not start too rapidly, as it not only
causes excessive strain on the various
WILL BE NOISY
HI ,. -ii eju.- e, o'..- (! a. I tue
i. now sliuuing that n
er ai.d niaiiufa' luier- realiKe that
r upkeep is, a liu Point they
" J on ')uct Todav Saon
i r .juRhoi.t tile oill'tM AV
' 'lie ar' ;i mik- I-..1 h on'
n e si iewpauer nan as .he r
1 e iieak-r u liu.-.- ,.n ( o er u.
. the leat amo.iiit nf aao-
et a prize from the faetorv
Ii. ett Is tlrix iiik th- Wash-
a f s
e week tile Ov i.-rlinU- a.h-
"oiiioauv "o'd 0erlrd
tot'i.ng cat"-, w'tli el.., tru
Di o i: iij ui
I ' Green
't-oi niiii lia been .uei t
"e aMoniobil. buii'e-- i J
manv tears has lO'r.ed !
ve .f the 0lla'd-X' wli
' r ' orr parit
If the spokes ire loose in the
hubs ciamp tho spoke holts
If the demo'intji'tle or other rims
creak substitute nrw ones if
If the mudjruards are loos" yo
over the hoMinr ijolt-s vith a
If the !ody "works" o!, the
chassis between llic body-sill
and the chassis frame, then
pull the fasterings up tijrhit.
If the dashboard work put
leather or felt between the
If the tire irons .irv loo.f tight
en them up.
If the lamps are loose U'.ke the
lot motion out of them.
If the speedometer is ettling
replace the worn out parts.
If the windshield rattles go ovpi
the fastenings; hound out the
mg the biakcs soon after Stirling out
Thus ou will know the aro in pmper
uoikiiig order and vou can judge in
what distance the car tan be stopptd
at 1. 1 nous speeds.
Regularly use the serne brake. .Most
cars rre niuippetl with an eir.eru nc
biake t he usel as it"- name implies.
In the eitremest emeigene nu cut
"throv. on the reiertt " This shouttl
onl i.c done to avoid accident ai'J not
(when running fast or on slippciy Mrtets.
Otheiwise it may ma!c matters woise
by causing the car to skid or Miap a
driving chain or gear. Tne brakes
stiould be applied first and the colitr.il
ler moved to only one point icvor.-e.
This rttiuires rapid, but careful ami
certain manipulation of tne controller
and must only be done in the extreme
Pra'tice reversing the car that is.
In congested distr-ct it is
men! on a tricin cumin;; to Washington.
Speaker clan i g lia; no real baseball
fan can eprss himself ec"pt in
'Musi lb- sam ' . ""in.-.i ..tl the auto
mobile man 'lie had liettei looit to his
lnuiels. Intt t-ilf th real H'ltomolille
fan. a fe v of who- expressions aie.
" 'Slag.' for inigneto
" SlitHit tli." tulee," for 'speo, up tho
' 'Gavlene siiee.ef." mut.i! ' vcle.
'Iii'ik,' e:ir'ssi.ni for a ear tne
does not likt.
" 'Gas." for .fi llflie.
" 'liggle the enHiiuetnr." t.i cet ,t
freer flov of gasolene.
" Turn i' over. is tin .iiit.unubile p.T
l.inre for 'crank 'he car
Cil'in.: it ' ni -aits jtallin'; .1 motor,
but the car 'd u' wh'ii the ngin" stops.
'Xite b '.'it. ' is a term for in up-to-date
"That's enough,' pe.-ik.'r gasped "I
n ver knew that ther wer-- motor
i. r"'-atinc of motors can be divided
t'tti to classes clirotiio and acute,
(nitim t"rhratiiit owing to inade
quate tooling s'irfuce and poor design
is t.eldom found on car. of hiodjrn
unlace, bt eaue nil t;n-!ine ts now pro
vidt a-iiple tvoling surface for their
cars Whin th- citron!" condl'.lons is
found it cannot be combated except by
lilting a largri radiator or pump.
llonciri, motorist term carboni,'.',ii
I cylinders or over-rich misturc at
chronic condition.'-, and conditions tlia
uUlmalelj cause Jamage to thu motor
There is n sure road 10 ascertain thes
conditions excert by knowing the riin
niiiK temperatures of th.: "ot.ier follow '
.I:o has the same model ai you have.
Ride with him and find out how his
tat acls under similar road conditions.
Feel the radiator as often as possible
or preferably take the. temperature of
Hie circulating water In the other fel
low's cii If his car runs cooler and
is snapi !er. investigate -our own mix
ture Cut down the gasolene all it
will stand without popping back in the
A difference in efficicn"v 'na rc ap
parent at once If your car still tuns
hot. clean out the carbon on the yl
inders and piston heads, also aive
parts, for carbon frequently causes
high cylinder temperature and every
mile you go in an overheated condition
Is wearing out your engine. While it
may not cause any great degree of
annoyance for a time, damage Is never
theless being done, and a few weeks
of this nlmse may ruin the motor.
Acute overheating is trouble that de
i clops suddenly on the road and Is even
worse than chronic, for it means Im
mediate anil costly repairs. Even the
most expert drivers canot tell when
their radiators may spring a leak and
lose all tho water a petcock may jar
open or the water pump break. At such
times cars which under ordinary con
ditions show no sign of oierheating
will heat up and crack their cylinders
before the driver Is aware of the ex
Drivers should take every precaution
to prevent the occurrence of these
troubles because overheating means
such heaiv repaiis as replacing cylin
ders and pistons, which will run into
hundreds of dollar").
About the onlv way to guard against
atute overheat. ng is to tap up water
drains and watch the condition of the
clip on the hose connections. Even
then the possibility or a sudden radia
tor leak cannot he guarded against
nor the breakage or the water pumps
or connect ons.
PROPER CHOICF OF ADJUST PLUGS WHEN
Harmonious Combinations Will
Add Much to Attractiveness
of Motor Car.
Appeal to Motorists to
Aid Orphans' Outing
The orphans of this uty. will have
th-ir annual automobile outing at Glen
Eel 11 either on, June 2 or 9 W. C.
I.oi,,;. chairman of the committee In
lihatge of tho affair and his associates.
111. l: Iary. jr., nnd fl. S. Jenks. are
' working out the details for the out-
Af Cf.Q,Tt1 .C C " 'n'-' Nearly IW automobiles will be re-
yi oil ciigui V7I a OIA iquireii ami chairman Long has Issued
Exhaust No Indication
V hde ti" s iuii'1 f llie hi'ii ies
toon ui'lit ation or t!i st.in-t'i of the
Too much importance cannot be at
tached to the pioper choice oi colors
for automobiles. It Ij a wise salesman
tltat realizes the value of th's end
of the motor car besinees. and gives
it careful attention
There is nothing more distressful to
reople who aro keenly sensitive to col
ors than inharmonious combinations
and nothing more puzzling or annoying
to those unacquainted with colors than
the task of attempting to choose a
combination without the guidance and
help of some one Informed in such
Three Classes of Colors.
Colors are divided Into three classes,
know:, as neutral, warm, and cold.
Neutral embraces all grays; warm, all
colors In which yellow or red predomi
nate; cold, all colors In which blue pre
dominates Inasmuch as grays are pro
duced bv using red, yellow, and blue,
they In turn are warm or cold, accord
ing to which color predominates.
Color schemes may be divided into
tlie following classes: One tone, where
one color is employed throughout, two
tone?, where two shades of the same
color are used, contrasts, where cold
5nd warm colors are used. It Is the
latter class that Is the most difficult
to -handle and where care must be ex
ercised not to make the contrast too
Neutrals can be used in combination
with any of the colors, providing caro
is cxercisctl to choose a warm or cold
gray according to the value of tha
other color used. That Is to say, warm
grays with warm colors and cold grays
with cold colors.
In using a warm and cold color In
combination. It Is best to choose col
ors that have an affinity for each other.
If blue and red are to be used, choose
a blue that has a leaning toward tha
purple. If green and red. choose a red
that leans toward the purple. Inat
tention to this detail Is what causes
colors to "fight." Black and any of the
reds can always be used with safety.
Earth Bases Wear Best.
There are two bases for colors,
I nown as earth anil chemical. It Is
i cit rare thtt a color made from an
earth base is known to fade, except
where a chemlcat base is added to pro
duce a different shade. On the other
hand, the colors made from chemical
bases will nearly always fade. This 13
because the has- U produced artificially
and the action of the light causes It to
change ui value.
l.ouKhly speaking, most of the reds
and all of the. yellows and browns aro
made front an earth base, and are thq
btst wearing colors. Blues are made
from a chemical base, hene its ten
dency to change. Green being a com
bination of yellow and blue, shows a
tendency to change according ta the
proportion of the ulue predominating.
Tht same thing Is true of the purples,
tl.ey belrrg a combination of red and
blue. In fact, they are the most un
stable of all colors, and this fact should
be rn.it.ie clear to those contemplating
Following a choice of colors, the next
it p is to see that they are properly
in" eniir- success or any loo I
4 A VIA Vl4da nAb rfhnrf! n A fc '
when the magneto is not opertititrg at j
high enough speed to generate1 a strong
The best remedy for trouble from thin
source says the motorist In question, is
' obtained by having the magnets of the
J magneto recharged: but temporary re
lief may often be obtalnctl bv adjusting
the points of the spark plugs so that
all aro brought a little closer together.
and all equally distant apart; that is.
Trouble Often May Be Correct- t,le Kap bctween the ,lnts ahoull b-
' the same on all plugs. If the gaps are
not all the same, then the plug with th
widest gap generally will be the first
to misfire, as a result of weak magnets
When running a car slowly on th
high speed gear, the engine mav b
turning over so slowly thai t-e mag
neto will not generate the required cut
rent nnd misfiring accompanied bj i
Jerl.y action of tht; car will take place.
When this occurs-, one should clthet
shift to a lower gear, or switch ovci
cnto tho battery. The better pUn Is tc
shift to tiio lower g."ir. If In congested
traffic when the car spcel cannot h
increased, for by so doing one speed
up the engine and magneto; more cur
rent is generated, a hotter spark Is pro
duced and misfiring Is eliminated.
ed If All Are at -Exactly
Same Distance Apart.
A well-posted motorist sas that
when a magneto has been Jn constant
use for a considerable length of time,
misfiring and a consequent loss of
power may be exhibited by the motor,
due to lack of sufficient heat in the
spark, caused by a weakening of tho
magnets. The misfiring. In such a case.
Is particularly noticeable at slow speeds
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THE same reasons why Firestone Tires
took their leading position are the
reasons why they hold it.
SSUeO , tf , qlntinl. tnn...4.. ........ An.l.
an t'tpent appeal to t-otorlsts. It is ...' i "., .u."..T..
nl.-rine.t In hnve nil the ears assoml.tml . """J. ;'"" wuuiu t.
in front of the MunWpal Building ",e ,,,c next '8 "P"'"1-
frotiucntlv necessary to back oat. anil it
is Important to be able to do -his easily.
Never attempt to run bat kwartl at hiyh
speed . you aro liable to bconie con
fused and either fail to throw the con
troller properly or turn the wheels the
wiong wa and an accident :s lia.'le to
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I't I'll' yvu rat c llic till ni;ii; .i.-if i . .i-,.i.i ... t . it,i
i..i. ..,,;..!.. .i,. .i, ....r-.ii.. ,. .. IiidiMd.ial t Minders
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and Iccked, if it is cqipped wit.i a luck. I """ is reinni in tue cas ( ' ' p Cnmvntr RJrr Do.
oi ir move the plug if there .s no loci., i of a n The extilosinns of a six r.vi- Used llV OflP CoiTinanV iOT Omong Dig rvHCe
Cause of Skidding. :a'- vo,""v hat. vith tne r'.uiit that Hi. '
.,.... .n.irti,. ,e,..mi.o, n,:.t .mlr,,,mul ""OHM i't.ni-dintelt i,ef,e an.
fi'n mv the front wheels a force is ex- nfn-i n n-'tk evliii.!..;- tend to k.-vp uni-I
cit. I to change the ..iigin.tl .iirei tion foim the .numl hem when th" cut-out '"
of ii-t tion. The real wheels woud Hat . opened I nlcss
urai:i continue in tne ouginai tiirecimii . MtlW;
.r t fom ..Minder 1 nxn nan t: unn n runen rorecasis Kecora
I -B !! 1 -" s. TU I M -
'Jt I jWj w A V.J V T A 1 1 LJr
Used by One Company.
of tht driving forte if the coefficient
of t:cction between tir-.-s antl road can
not rt sist this action the car will skid
Tli is aggravated by soeed and weight
1 Is usuallv caused by too sharp a
tut" at too high a speed or by sudden
ly jmi itniig the liml: n too hard
skid is not dangerous if there is
uas a vi v sen- i
or to- i..a i-viiiiiji . is in
v-iv l.ad up", t.i.. sound of -lu ex-har.--
.f a m v ill tndic.it, little An
:ilt."uie 'nis.s is ( ouise. eas'i'i f)n
u;m to jutiqe .onietm i" f t'ie strength
of tit t I nth n of a t t h 'n t ining
M is to observe -In "omprrssi in r. ist-
pientv of loom to manipulate the tar , anCf . ( e.lCi 1 n ' irn'nr ta- nn tor
In tin first place do i.ot tut olT the . 0, rr hl hund
jmv c-i entirelv T if .esl possible thing
to do is to quickly tin 3 the wheels in ; ; ; z
tli" diiectlou the tar th' BBBHHBggHBBBaH
t oiitinller on sai. (- mill point or a live
o. --ii-spt-d tontroller and the brakes
HPplied sufficient to ledme speed. Karl
i bttn r. howevei. is to use tare to avoid I
siu't;ing w non tne streets are oati
inn slowly when making air turns
Plan Mammoth Tour, j
.Motoicv dints of tlie East are ths
v-ai ol tuning to st.tpe a mammoth tour,
similar to th. .tiin.i.il .-iiort U'a.-s Tom
of Kansas Present artangf nients con
template that there ill be five tlivi-I
sum- of the tout tailing from Wasu
ington. Raltiinme. Uoston. Springfield.
and Huff.tlo. and centering in Albam..
V Y From tlieie tlie tourists will ride
I ii a bodv to .Saratoga .springs, where
I lite New York State r A M t onven
' tion wi'l be held on ,i Iv : I and J
It . cstunatcd by the inike-s of a
Llai prit et car that 1 J".i) tlr"S
i w ill lit ictnnieil for th.s veal s produc-
f :i of the make In tiu'stlon This
Immense tuti.tit will lie supplied hi
four leading American tire companies.
vis-tor at tlie automo'file factory re
cently figured out that if every tire
lceivtd at tlie factory this year travels
in the tourse of its life time 5.00 miles,
this years supply of tires will hale
traveled a total distant e of CZZ M.Oofl
in, s or J&VKV) times arounit the f orld th
before the last .lie s si rappt t' x n,
Kttt:ie 1'ullen who won the Grand
1'iiie race at Santa Monica. Cai., last
Kel.ri ar . and who will drive a air
i.i the rOO-mile race at Indianapolis.
Mav Jrt, believes a record of over eightv
ml'es an hour will '-e estabhsned In
tht forthcoming rate
'The American drlveri. ' Pullen sa.v.
will not take any chances with tlie
foreigners this year and will let their
mi unts out to the limit all the wav.
Thi-i means tlie drivers from across thei
tlantic will have to travel faster than
.li.l in t v-ene it tliei- evneef t.i '
The finest materials in most liberal measure, built
layer by layer and double cured, by the leading, lar
gest tire specialists of America.
jt - 'i-
Tires cost you very little, if-any, more than ordinary
tires which are made to sell "at a price. Look to the
inside reasons as well as the records and reputation
and there find the cause of the "Firestone Fact Most
Mile per Dollar.
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.
"America's Largest Exclusive Tire, end Rim Makers."
824 14th St N. W., Washington, D. C.
Home Office and Factory, Akron, Ohio.
Branches in All Large Cities.
Again Prove Superiority
t ere for
' gn iiijii ifu.tur in the e j
a of tMe .Motor. v.Ie ' i 1. of
I !u iJii'J K i ol'i et .i jn '
title motor I won tn fa-j
' - Ui uga'i.? a .e'u of i,,
' 'e-K-tHlilj; III- IK St - 1 1 t S of I
i it The ourse was from'
i i tut'- Etitl at o ret .it a j
of j.' Mile- There ere I
' iff i' 1 lis to ie (,., i' te1
- 1 tils I- 'ii. f. o'.d , ,
i' tup na-j Ueei soi bv I
'' ill' ill tins ,(i nil t '
w.i i I'll i Iv tlie late .
i , I'tse ov.r a tie'ti of sit I
Ica? fsr n ak.c
t II3' d A rpll s
n cd ti'e tDitiai r
f fr m a a-raji tail
iB'ert.d sjid st of th
mucovit mrrco ict
r, of d !- acd aofi itf
b i if of dntrou9, polsocof
o cm ed MSlurj rm?ll. urb at
roo tr x d, ulpl ' of zid b, hi
rtr '.tbUti. 4e
A 21q box mak t
til. ons. Lnequiied t
dovehv Seed tor free
1 jLr-is.n.-- -sTV
W e c.irrv nothing but Ford cars,
f 1-ord parts. Hord accessories.
This is the ae,e of specialization.
W'c specialize on Fords.
For th s '.'ite vie will make an up io-d. t
tar out of voir t.Id model Ford, etjulpping
jour Ford with a new body, top with cur
tains vviniish'. Id. dssi, rear fenders unit
tiur men are .ill trained Fo--d meclianus tinr
ihop Is . riiipoMi witli all Ford spet ial faetoiv
tools, saving time and monev
Mii.i.i:n linos, mto mi .i rri.i uni r.,
III-SI IMrrrr St. . K. IIO.'.-07 I Itb t. N. .
I'honr Lincoln tOOn. I'hone .Norlli I in.'..
Society's Town Car
World's Foremost Electric Automobile
The Electric That Experts Choose
Consider this list of men who own DETROIT ELECTRIC CARS.
TIIO.V. AS V. KDISO.N. gro.-UrM electrical jjenius of the ai-.
Ml MtY I'OUM, rresideut. Kurd .Motor Co.
('. II. ILLS. Fartorv MansiR-r. I'ord .Motor Co.
HKNKY B. JOY, I'rtsident. Packard Motor Car Co.
C. I. MOOIIK. 0ic-raiiiK Manager, Packard Motor Car Co.
Li:F. CO I NSKLM N. iri-l'rev and (ii n. MRr.. Chalmers
.i:0. . 1)1 MIAM. Chid Hiiiintrr. Chalmers Motor Co.
J. I'ltWK DL'BYhA. Kt-l'rc.s. ami Kaclnrx Mj;r.,
'lcifnt-l)iirea Aiitomohilc Co.
HOWARD MAKMON. I'rt-Mdpnl. Nordvkr & Marmon Co.
h. J. IvUt'l V itt-l'rt-s.. Cole Motor ( .,.- ( o.
J. W UITK DRAKR, President, Ilupmnhik- .Motor Car Co
GILLTRT W. Li:K. Director. Loier .Motor C.i
t li.i:i.l j. ui i'kkii. I'n-siiifiii. .Morifan & W rislit Co. - C
The i-hoicf by these men- aiithuj Mies evtny one of them forms the creates1 tribute ever paid to the
Del roil F.lect rk The.se e.ipn ts kinw ..utuirobile values; they umltf.-staiul mechanical construction; they
..re fainiliar with materials; they icr.iie stvle ami sheer it trinsic merit m the electric they dri-e.
Ami their experience ha- led Hum tn i-h. the Detroit Electric above all others.
Like other owners of Detroit Llec'rie ca- -. thc- experts can afford, and are used to having, the best.
They nail all I he electric car i i the w.'iid to choose from some from $300 to $."iOO hishe'r im price
ih.ii the t.tr thv select -tl Tip- bo'itrht the Del roil Electric becnu-e they considc e.l it the best elec
li ic on the market reganlless of pue.
Thi is only natural, for the IJ.f roll I-'ledric i-. built, actually manufsn tmed, not merely as.iembled
i tin trrcatest electric pleaMi't c. ,'atio y 10 tlu vi Id. Behind it stand . the largest and tttroncpst con
tein in the elect: ic rai b'jsjnes .
Superiority is BUILT in Detroit Electrics NOT Talked In. Ask for art catalogues.
EMERSON & ORME,
Telephone Main 7695 1407 H STREET N. W.
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yd VrfSjZf Ohio Electric Matnetic Control ,J
jtjj I IjiB Simpla m Tuxnini a Door-knob l
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The Open Type Ohio Electric
is as superior in design and mechanic.;!
refinements to other open electric cars
as the Ohio closed car is superior 10 all
other closed Electrics.
Closes comfortably for winter set
ice. Seats three on rear seat and one
on folding seat.
Ohio Service for Ohio Owners.
1226 Connecticut Ave.
Phone No. 2000
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