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10 THE OGDE.N STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY II, 1920. '
I USE ROADS I
IKE MS HOT
Tests Serve as Warning to
those Guilty of Overloading,
Here arc some sermon facts for
drivers who arc careless of the results
of over-looking automobiles or ii icka
and ur.dor-lnf lntlon of Urea
An average slbcd tiro under proper
inflation and normal load roaches a
temperature rf 140 degrees l Just
under the tread, when run at a speed
of 2D miles per hour. On Increasing
thla speed to 3f miles per hour, the
driver raise this tempi nature to 1 S "
Now, if this Sfl.me tire La overloaded
hy fifty per cent, the temperature will
reach 160 degrees at a 25 mile speed.
And it will go to 1 3 ri degrees
miles per hour
Moreover, If this same tire is run
under-Inflated, at 25 miles per hour
the temperature is ISO degrr-. s ami
35 miles per hour It will rise to 220
Both under-inflated ami oirrylng a
?0 percent overload. It will tak- only
30 minutes for the same tire to real h
a temperature- nf 250 degrees when
running at 45 mile. an hcu
In 6olld tires. ov crln.idlnK and In
creasing speed has the sains effort .is
noted SbOVS for pneumatic tires V
temperature as high as SSa depress
haa been measured In a solid ilri un
der adverse conditions
The tests under which these tempe r
atures wero disclosed were conducted
by chemical laboratory staff men of
the Firestone Tire &- Rubber Co, Tires
of numerous makes were used 1
PARK BUFFALO I
YELLOWSTONE PARK, Wyo., July
9. Convincing evidence that Ihe wild
buffalo of Yelowstono National park.1
the last surviving remnant of the great!
hoards Which once roamed the western'
plains, are n the Increase. Instead
of dvlng out, as was feared, has been
obtained In the discovery of a new.
group In the southeast portion of the I
park About 15 animals were observ
ed, evidently a part of the old herd,
which it la thought rew so larK- that
vom of its members were forced to;
bronk away and seek new pasturage.
Definite Information has been oh-.
talned by park authorities that there1
are now more than 100 of ibe wild
buffalo in the park. Formerly there
wore only about half that number
When discovered, the new herd was,
wilhln five miles of one of the largest
hotels In 'he park ami a snapsbot was
obtained of one of the animals n. fine,
bull, probablx the first photograph
ever taken of a wild buffalo
Ordinarily the wild buffalos never
r.re seen by tourists and only rarely!
bj park authorities, even bv the rang-,
ers who patrol the most remote cr-'
tlons The appearance of the nen 1 1 i i
close to th main lines of travel was
before the season opened and the anl-
mala apparently bad been lured down
from the mountain fastnesses by the
abundance of Spring grass on the low
er levels. Thoy disappeared Into un
travelled oountrj as soon as automo-,
biles became frequent along the high-1
Forty -elcht cnlves have been added
this ear to the tame buffalo herd
of the park, which now has D popula
tion of 500 Part of the tame herd has
been placed in corral at Mammoth Hot
Springs for tile benefit of visitors
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TRAFFIC OFFICER I
ALWAYS EAGER FOR
VIOLATOR OF LAWS
The traffic cop Isn t like other
human beings. He doean't mind
standing for hours In the broiling
sun. Kaln trickling down the
back of his neek never disturbs
htm. His feet never get tired
from standing up ami dust ii his
eyes only Improves his disposi
tion. He is, therefore, always
i aim, polite, and good natured
He hasn t any right to be an
thing else. If he forgets himself,
bf sure to bawl htm out about it.
Never bold out sour hand when
you intend to '.urn at his cross
ing It is Just a foolish custom,
Intended to demonstrate that you
have nothing up your sleeve.
Probably he doesn t understand its
significance, and will hink you
want to shake hands with him
'ihen he ll bo disappointed when
ho discovers .ion are a stranger
If he doesn't open the way to
jou the minute you drle up, but
stands talking to somebody, main
tain a stead) pressure on the horn
button until he notice. you. This
makes him respect you as a per
Bon of importance, not to be
Never take a crowing at moder
Hte speed. Step on tne throttle
and go b him in a cloud of
smoke. He win appreciate this,
since his business i- to keep traf
fic moving if you can't do that,
go as slowly as possible, manag
ing to kill your engine in front
of a mov ing van or a street car.
This giv en him a longed-for oppor
tunity for conversation, lie get
lonesome all by himself in the
middle of the street
Never admit you were vviong.
Argue with him. If h savs you
didn't put out your hand, call him
a liar, If you didn't sound jour
horn, tell him you did. If his
ylgn said, Slop.' teli him It said
' Go." In this Way, vou soon pick
up an acquaintance with him,
and he learns to look for ou with
eagerness Nothing hurts n cop
quite as much as being Ignored.
DRASTIC TRAFFIC REGULATIONS.
The mo-t drastic traffic ordinance
ever enacted Is now in effect in Los
Angeles Between le-rtaln hours 'he
time limit on stop- m the congested
dlstrtet la two minutes Niar this dis
trict is the business district, where
cars may park for two hours at a
time. Automobile dealers report thle
Is a handicap to their trade, as u.ed
cars, which were usually panted at
the curb awaiting sale, must now be
At TOMOTIVl. SMUGGLERS.
Motorists who try to smuggle liquor
Into the United States alter a trip
through Canadian territory are lii
danger of having their cars seized at
the border A oustonoa department
ruling now In effect along the border
provides that failure to repoi t an ex
port may result in the seizuie of the
Vehicle used to transport the export.
There are a dumber of cos. Where
motorists hue been forced to give de
posits to obtain release of their cars
penalng an interpretation of nun ruling.
( J I IS ENOUGH.
Ever leavL voui em- out tu the suit
these days, then jump Into it without
thinning and sit youinSll Quickly with
only me. thickness of a palm beach
suit between your anatomy and the
uii-wuruu'd seatV 'ever did. oh.'
Well, jou needn't try the experiment
Just to learn how it ,eels, I II tell you.
iu-ike 1!' American Motorist.
LEG VL ItOAJJ Wl IGH I S.
The maximum iotal weight of auto
motive equipment, including vehicle
and load, allowed on the roads Hi
New Vork state is 25,000 pounds.
IIK.IU.V AIIi CH l I I I l lis.
In BUenos Aires ChduffeUrs are paid
more than bricklayers in the United
Slates. They receive) on an average,
$3(0 per month.
SAFETY VAULTS i
(By International News Service)
WASHINGTON.-Th. federal re I
serve board Is planning lo thwart;
"yeggmen" equipped with jimmies and
oxv acetylene torches, who attempt tpl
hurrlarlze banks In the vaults of which
I government money h kept. I'sins
money Appropriated for experimental
purposes the board is conBtruttlng a
number of experimental concrete barm
'vaults When work Is complete and the
vaults allowed to stand while the con-
jcrelA "seis," it i.s proposed io reverse
itho proceedings and, with all the
knowledge and skill government scien-
I lists can muster, break Into the vaults
The vault which stands Ihe lest may
; be adopted as a standard and others
! modeled on its construction.
Work on six of these model vaults
Is nearlv half complete at the bureau
of standards. The work is kept soere:
I although the models are in plain view
of all persons passing along Connect!
The vaults Rre of concrete, rein
forced with every material known to
make more Impregnable the already
Staunch walls. There are hlg plates of;
bard steel which will be placed Inside
the concrete. There are iron and steel
raila which ac thrown In for good
measure and there is in one of ihe'
vaults a quantity of hard glass Tin.--das-,
it is asserted, will dull the point:
of the sharpest drill, and repeated con-1
tact with ihe crystal will prove the un- J
doing of the instrument.
When Ihe vaults arc ready for the
test, concrete specialists and scientists
from the bureau of standards will be
allowed free rein. They can do any-'
thing Imaginable to be . I: down the
concrete wall They may use dyna
mite io begin wiih, and gradually '
"work up" to the use of higher and
more powerful explosives. While (he
destruction experts are at work on one
vault. Outers win aiiacti uuuiuci wuu
drills and various devices for boriD
through the heai j waits
Officials at ihe- bureau deny the rny
mor ihat experts from Sinp Sliv,' will
be called up io lend a hand in the most
approved method ot ;;ettinR on the in
side when admittance is absolutely for
bidden. They also Rcout the tale go
ing Ihe roumis that to lend interest to
the work, a keg of brew once known
as beer will be placed within ihe
walls of each vault, bo become im
properly of the man who breaks down
ASKING FOR ADVANCE
MON'TUKAb July 10 The (J'11'1"
J ian Railway association, representing
all lines in fr.f dominion, today applied
i to the railway commission for a thirty
per tent increase ir freight rates
The association announced thai the
application was based entirely on pres
ent cost of iailvva operation, Includ
ing labor and materials These in
creased costs, according to the appli
cation exct-rd ly enormous sums in-crea-ed
revenue obtained from the
rate advance granted in August. 1918.
At that lime wage increases were
given employ em based on increases in
th' 1'nlled Stat-a under the BQ-called
McAdoo award The new rates added
onlv 43,000,0"0j0 to the gross levenues
or the railroads as against $80,000, 000
additional wage costs.
This discrepancy instead of shrink?
ing. Is daily growing greater, according
to officials Pride of coal, rails, en
gines and othe. materials also have
risen, they asserted more than luo per
o ii i fince the beginning of the war.
OF WINE KING
PARIS. July Taris is witnessing
the passing of one of the last remind
ers In France of the famous German
champagne Ring, Baron Walter de
Mumrn The handsome furniture of
the wealthy wine merchant, which was
sequestrated early in th- war in his
apartment on the Avenue du Bols
Boulogne, Is helng sold for the bene
fit of the state
The i ontenfs of the beautiful apart
ment included omc fine tapestries
and : er.il sueriniens of 18th century'
cabinet makers' work. The rale
brought more than 500.600 francs I nc
piece of tapestry, valued by the gov
ernment officers at 50 francs brought
f.OOO francs. The sale attracted a
large gathering nf prominent Parisians
because Herr Mumm's apartment was
known as one of the most lavishly
furnished in the fashionable quarter
An American girl, Mary de Mumm,
now living with her grandfather, C
C K Scovlllei a banker of Seneca,
Kansas, is a daughter of Baron Walti r
di ilumm, who married Mr Renville's
daughter. The de Mumm estate In
France, estimated in some reports to
amount 1 1 1 J-'" 000,000 was sequestrat
ed by the French government In the
war as the Baron Is a ;erman subject
although hf had spent most of his
life in France. The Baron went to
Germany when the War began and the
Baroness remained In France serving
as a nurse.
In the effort to safeguard her share,
of ihe de .Mumm estate In Prance th'e
Baroness de Mumm came to the
United States in October 1919, and
through an net of congress her Ameri
can citizenship was restored to her
Returning to France she sought a di
vorce, but died there while this action
The Baroness' sister. Mrs. Josephine
Tteadwell of New York, brought hi n
sister's body from Paris to Seneca in
May last. As she vvaa leaving 'her
bqurg, the agents of the French gov
ernment slezcd jewels she was wear-,
log on the ground that they were pro
perty of her r but on arriving n
New Vork. Mrs Treadwell declared
that the jewels were her own
Baroness de .Mumm had claimed!
that she had been giv en title to two-J
fifths of the propertv of tho Baron
under a separation agreement which
if substantiated would le.ive her little I
daughter Mary now about five years
old. the helres to about 8, 000,000
U. S. HIGH COMMISSIONER
IN FAR EAST RESIGNS
CONSTANTINOPLE, July iByj
J The Associated Press) Colonel il
llani X. Haskell the American officer,
i who has been high commissioner of
I the allies to Armenia since July, 1919 '
I has resigned that position Ills resig
nation will become etteetlve vvnen tuo
I British evacuate Batum.
Tho British who apparently are!
preparing to leave Batum before July
is, have blow n up all the fortifications
on the theory that Batum snouid b
a freepprl arn! open town In Georgian
j The Bolshevik embassy in Tifiis.
consisting of forty -eight persons pio
flded With many expensive American,
'automobiles, have requisitioned the
best house;, in Tlflls The embassy Is
actively engaging In propaganda wor-.
GERMAN FLIER PAYS
TRIBUTE TO BRITISHER
i LONDON. "1 nope you will give mo
B photograph of your husband. I was
sorry to learn lhat he was dead, an.li
I w ill never forget our battle in Iho j
air, which ended when he shot ni9
down ' 'I hi 9 i- the v.iv Frodrich Neil-1
muller, German ;ir aviator, wrote to i
the widow of Captain R A Little, late,
or the royal ?.lr forces. The German;
pays every compliment to the nerve
and honor of the Englishman.
I 00 I
By painting the tipper portion of the
bulb of the trouble lamp with some
, Kind of op.iu'ie e.il p;iint glare will b
.obviated and the driver can ork In
greater comfort and with much more
' accuracy. . ,
every trip I j
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Adjustable Luggage Carrier I
Water Buckets and Bags
Canteens for Oil, Gas and Water I Hi
Actu.il expfrlence has proved to most motorlsti how much j
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these space saving devices t; 1 H
Bulky packages aee carried securely, and out or the way, ES9 l I
on an adjustable luggage carrier. Extra oil, gas and IB
water, and complete sot of tools relieve you of worry iK
on long trips.
As you plan your outing on trie Twen ty. fourth get Bh
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S l ( 11 is LIFE.
(By International N Service.)
CLEARFIELD, Pa Harry Hudson.
known as the "champion hard luck
kid" of this section, served two years
In France seeing sonic of the haidcst
service und vet returned home Un-!
scathed In eivll 1 1 to Hudson has been'
v.ouii'jed three timer
Hudson was driving alonp the road
near here when a man Staged a "sul-j
cide'' for tho purpose of seating his
wife. The bullet found lodgment In
Hudson s back.
l-ater while Hudson was attempting
to repair a revolver the weapon was
discharged and the bullet went I
through bis right hand
The third time Hudson concealed
himself In hind a hedge Intending lo
ji.mp out at his brother and scare him.
When Hudson Jumped a revolver he
was carrying In a holster fell to the
iound ami exploded. The ball en-(
tered the young man's right thigh,
causing ii Serious wound.
PARIS, Julj in Polish tones arc1
withdrawing from Brest-Litovsk, v n
na, and Plnsk as s result of the grea:
Uolahevik of finsix'c according to a
telegram received by the newspaper
L Information this morning.
Evacuation of Brest-Litovsk. lln.i
and rinsk would Beem i Indldate gen
eral withdrawal of th" Polish line to
the frontiers of that njvv republic.
Brest-Lltovak la approximately 120
miles east of VVarsaw, and is a .--treiiis-ly
fortified town. It Pj locateil "ii
the n.Tvigable river Itug, and la an'
important railway Junction. Plnsk is
located on the- Prlpel river about 95
rnlles east of Brest-'LUovsK N'llna Is'
the principal city of Lithuania and Is iffi
about 225 miles northeast of Warsaw.
i:i;pI.IX, Julv - - A des-
patch to the Vlsslsche Zeitmig from iH
Tilslt. says that after fighting tho
bolahevlkl have broken through the
Polish northern front and crossed tho
Bereslna river at three poini Tho
despatch adds that panic has broken iLm
'out In Vllna, from which the Polish LLH
occupation authorities have fled.
W T. I DE4 I IRES 1
H ON PAINT, POWDER 1
r. International Mows service.) m
: tORK. War oh powder and HB
paint has been declared bj the same
women who were so Important a (actor bBk
In effecting th" passage of the pro-
hibltlon amendment Satisfied with
thi Ir accomplishment in that dlrec- B
tlon. they are now turning their at- bHI
tention to ihe abuse of cosmetics, and
If their utterances and promises on
the BUbJecl Count for anything an ' Hj
ahtl-coamctlc amendment Is to be
Fourteen hundred women, constltut- ' mbSF
the mem ierahip "f the Kings tB
County Women's Christian Temper- v m
anci Unl n "ill f'.rm the nucleus of W
the organisation to start the on- .
Blaught on the paint and powder ex- W '
DROP Mi RDER CHARG1 v.
WfASHINOTON, July 9. Charges H
that Chester A Show, seventy-six- WM
year-old millionaire patent attorney, ,i 9
ami two othei persons conspired to
bring RbOUt the eleath of .Mrs. Addis I Mri
llubard Snow, divorced wife of tho at- 1 Lwl
torney, were dLsnxlssed today by Judgo I
' Harrison In federal police court. I
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