TX1 ITIKlMt WOELD, lATUtDAY, MABOX Mf if if.
WEFYwi Wanfto JEChow
rtit Your Auto and How
,T6 Drive It and Keep It
fMaVwaroj iffv tha dther rutle "fir-
vaara wwen the ear le Jaeked up.' The
elrfetanttal .la assigned to aitt.Mie
i wnd th Mm Way tm Rmdy MMn(n Tftlh
, Trmffic 5uggutin$ and Pkm$uf Rutt
,dh'4 V tor Enning Wmrld R-dn.
Jy GEORGE B. ROBERTSON.
EVERY year about thia time the average automobile owner, who haa
, raa kla machine for two or three seasons, begins to get the "new
car bug." It la certainly the right Idea, froa an economical view,
point, for an owner to trade la his old ear; which no doubt needa a thorough
examination, for a new nodal. The owner will; generally And, tor
the old ear haa been overhauled and repaired, the' tot) filed where It had
worn shabby, and ateaey spent far
'rivna lead upen either wheel
er ainerem .eenaitiens, ana
wheel Is hetef'tho other wh
take thejead. Without thia aetien
side wheel travels a. greater dlstanee
awkward far tha ear In
aue to tne feet that tne out-
than, the inside ere.
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now Urea, tliat A) eeuld hava weed
this outlay, together with, the old
car, la getting a brand new, up-to-date
model, with starter, electric
It la -advisable, It an owner haa
been satisfied with hla old car,, to
try and trade It for one of the same
make. The dealer is In a better
position to make a better allowance
for the old car than an outsider.
He undoubtedly' will take the car
at a fair price,' overhaul and repaint
it and put It out on the second
hand market under a guarantee.
Naturally he receives a better price
for a car aold under a guarantee
1GJO.M.OBC.irr2ON.- than any other dealer could get
'enWbfltlevV'lt lo'be good business to negotiate with the dealer
wh-aendles the 'make" of your oldr reliable dealer le only too
pleased to retain his old customer from' year to year and will thus take
tore Interest than any one else In any exenango marines,
tut: ' ) i ,
ANSWERS TO LETTERS.
I -have driven a Chalmers model Js
carabont 1.000 miles. There Is a
pyuria in the motor ou starting which
isKs'tlU epjHue 1 warmed up. Nelth
eg retarding nor advancing aporlc will
retoedy it, -After iho car had done
1.000 mllea It began to smoke at times.
tier amoke coming through the foot
betgrda and control from the 'direction
'of'the flywheel. It speeded over
tWMeUy-ava mllaa or level read she
.wiBTaasoka. The car. Is auDDosed to
take an ordinary hill .on "high," but
veUKhegln to smoke, and drop- back,
malar me ahlft to second and often
to first when sho smokes much worse.
PAUL, N. SKINNER.
The emaJdrin of the oa through tha
fleer boards., It no deufet dual, ail
being thrown, iff., of .the, aMf heel an
Uie. axruuejt. pipe-Thie u
aame rem the rear hearing ef the
meter. wauld advise you to leek ever
thfe bearlHttWhich, if worn, would net
'mf leak1Tl, but eauae a awund atae.
op lltney ee that tne motor needs go
Jm aver and mw platen rings aut. in
neoeeeary. roor piston rings
psMHni.w ira im vr power.
Who manufactured the Warren all
.apaaWJa. .and wnare' can I aecure
.paHef c-iOUBBU P.KOPKINa,
, .Thee aerie may be obtained from
te Puritan Maohuia company of De
2a (here on agency for chauffeurs in
-wow XOTM cttyT
AiyPMim H. FliTNN.
-Twera-fa an agency tn-West-fifty-aegMk
Could a truck with solid tlree be
ntaae to run as a ccmiortaole pas
aenger car? .""' F. B. JOKEtii
jiULwTjta,-jrou regarding, your
aiher Inquiry.. SoMd tlree are better
TartruoK rr tne carrying eapaejty is
"ittkavUg the cotreci method
naairlaa iuUnatmanta on tlrekT
i h. t. evxnb:
t- jaW'SMiilM aaUuetmenta en tlree yeu
MettioMt' to oav only far the
aallsage raeelved from the tlree. .For
laweanus, If yev only-run 70S. miles en
talra whleh la auarantead for 3JI00
MMs'yMt aheuld 'nei a new one for
MO-flfth the list rrke.
I Inclose a cut of a Ford unit
waarker. Do ybb know anything, about
taaaarTM pnoe :s one-nair the At-water-Kont
system.'- a. J. BNID.
.There are aulte a few of these used
i.seem to worn eetistaetoriiy, nut
would not advleeyeu to buy anything
Haw thia unless It were backed by a
Meitlve guarantee 'by the people yeu
aeugnt it irom,
lat lunula Ullaf l
I haVS Rurchlued a Stevens-'Duryea
1m model, "with carbureter of
taeir own make. . I it not, unqerataod
tha adjustment of It and can And no
ave who can give me Information. The
aseeor aeeme to run ail right, nut too
much SMM la dnnaiiLntfl nna I can And
aaVWaka except when the motor has
Men running and is stopped; a large
ejaantlty rushes out o( tho air inlet
where tha heating pipe from the ex-
haist conheiits. xha exhaust flame is
'anaaasunsMiKnt put pie.
if ' . ireitBEBT UKriDINQTONi
Worn 'your 'ekbianatlbn, I believe
iMi iH past , level or tne oaroureter
, wtuia aaviee yeu so
nm iiaa M
at the oaaollna eomaa luat ta tha
mn or tne joe, ,it yeu eannet
mtdy the troMble. WPHlrf adylse try-
'new carbureter, , " ,
In, a, tll model --Marlon roadster;
r Tiorsepqwos, is there a nrive
(eel, and haa ond.,reax wheel more
eving power man tne other, and
hen car Is jaoketl up, both wheels
I ground, and, snoed , Is -put on
muld wheels tfo-.tp-one direction t
aaBaBaaaaraK BaaaaaWi'mWi Bau
If not, should tbsy turn la any dl
reotlont . O. L. C.
aaauae ot tn pciion si tna air- hum i ina! cl"ih, turn nn
ferentlal, ene wheel may revolve and take Belleville Turnpike to Mont-
. Will a solution Known aa power Rue
Increase the power of an automobile.
Or will It be Injurious to the enirlneT
EDWAIU) 8. BEYMOUK.
De net knew ef the aelutlon yeu
mention. There are several ef these
en the market. Borie -era. good ,and
some poor. M
'What is tbe best way to clean the
Oil aut of tho engine and the best
thing to user F. W.
Open the pet cocks on plugs In the
bottom ef the crank caae. Run the
meter for a few minutee elewly until
the ell le about ut. Would advlss
flouring about a ausrt ef kerosene
nto the ease after thia le done and
run tha meter for a moment to in
euro getting all the eld all out. Be
aura te refill the ease after the pet
aeeke are eleeed with a proper
amount ef a good grade ef ail..
AatoaukUa Ddltotl, ,
WhAt le the best way to Nyack,
N. Y., from Brooklyn? E. W. 8.
. Frm roekJyn to, Broadway, New
York, up Broadway through Yonksrs,
Hastings, Dobbs Ferry te Tarry town.
Then cross ferry to Nyaek. The
roads are in vary goed condition.
Will you kindly let me know sev
eral good trips to Jake In .the vicinity
of Now York where the roads are
good and not to exceed 100 miles
both waysT Is It necess&ry to have
a license for a motorcycle in the ad
jacent States to New York while
touring from ono State to anotherT
O. P. T.
Would advise you te write the
Buresu of Tours ef the Automobile
Club ef Amerlos, or the best poektt
touring guide company for these
trips. They have them already made
up. If a State requires a license for
a motorcycle, It le necessary that you
be lieansed in some State and carry
Kindly let me know the best.xouto
from Now York to Caldwell or Pine
Brook. .N. J. W. J. BOR8T.
Cross rorty-seoina otreet Ferry to
eeuth to Newark Avenue,
I tr, t v w ,
efalr. Than out BlsemtWd Ave
What la the beet Northern rente
by. automobile to .-CalatefaiaT 1 la
tend going there June X, Where
could I' fret a good guldef F. I B.
Would advlee yeu to write tha
Bureau ef Teura at tha Automobile
Club ef Amrelear where yaw aairaa
cure thie route In detaV. I eaefld aet
give you the en.ell detail yea mains
In thie specs. ,
.1 have Juet purchased a Ford and
would Ilka to know whether my wife
can run It under my license. What
la necessary for bota to have the
right to operate. ltT v
V. d, BURTELU.
Your wlfa 'may operate tha ear re-
?ardlsss as te whether the lieenee le
aken In yaur name er Jointly. The
law etatee that a licensed operator
la one' who la aald or hired far tha
purpose df operating a meter vehicle.
oinee your wit, er tamuy are net
hired er 'employed by yeu for thie
riurpose they are net euppeeed to be
Geo. FJ Cananan. H. J. Wleoend.
Harry Eagel, J. J. Fltsgerald, A. C.
Fraeer, Mra. F. E, AlhM, Q. M. Weed,
Harry Q. Carter, A. R., H. A. TuHle,
and William Dyke, Will write yeu
regarding yourjnqulrtee. V
Attooeon EdlUrt "
..Will-you-pleaaa Inferos. tna. whether
anything hoe been invented ana used
to prevent automobiles from skidding
outsldo of the usual familiar chain?
And do you think It would be worth
while to ''spend time and money In
developing and patenting any devloe
that WouTd he more effective, although
more expensive perhaps- than the
I. Intend to buy a car thia summer
and lesse my own services aa chauf
feur. What make and else oT.car
Would you advise for the pufpoeaT
Do you think, my plan haa any ohance
of success and would I be likely to
get a proper engagement throuirh ad
vertising? M. BEABON.
There' Is good, money in any devloe
which le practical for thia purpose.
Would advlee yep to p ok out aj atand
ard make of par and advertise through
the different mediums. If yeu oan
fiet a popular oar In good oendHlen
t might pay you during the summer
My father In about to set a saa.
senger automobile which he wishes to
use In business as well, putting a
commercial body on it la It neces-
. i t
err m get a eomnierciai ana
lloeaae aad-ara-thn two reei
aa atUahad ta-tha aata at aaaa or
luat occasionally? Am I required to
have a.llceaae te driva the saachlae.
arid what age do I have to be?
, Th law states that a vehicle used
for oemmerelal aurpeeeo eoley ehall
that, ainee thia ear le ueed for, pleas
uiValee, a ploaaura ear lieenee le the
only (one reauired. M the earTle reg
isterea In year vathee'e name and
yeu are ever eighteen, yeu will net
require a ehaaaur'e lieenee, although
yeu must carry -the owner's eard.
What Is tho tNaVauto, for the price
of ILpoo or thereaboaUT
XT.Su TB&alAB H. AMKB.
W1U wrtto yeu H yeu will fsrward
yeaKarfdraea te m..l eaanet answer
thie eert ef . auerv threuah thie
cehimn. Kindly let .me knew hew'
maay people yeu want to carry,
where you want te use It, 4c.
What la the beet rouie from Fifty
ninth Street to Springfield. Mass.?
Q. Mi BCHWAnTZ.
Leave New Yerk by Felhem Park
way te New Reehella. Oreenwleh,
Stamford, Bridgeport, TMlMerd, New
Haven, Mount Cermet Walllngferd,
Meriden, Berlin, Hertford, Windsor
- I bought-w Bulck asodel D. 1 have
overnauied the cyUndera and bear
ings, which Seem all right I put In
a storage battery and have the wir
ing on the outlctf i8 the magneto was
no good, but tbeiQ la not power
enough to take this car up an Incline
on second gear without full gas on,
and sometlmee not at all. Do you
think the -oar is worth putting In a
new magnetevand by so doing will it
get full .power K. It, PAUtQUIBT.
Yeu .will gain , a eensldereble in
ereaaeof power if a magneto le used.
Would- advlee .you te leek ever tho
valve timing and oarburetar adjust
ments to eatlefy yourself that the
treualg doea.net lie there. No ear
le tee aid If properly everheuled.'by
It my partner owns an auto, am I
allowed lo drive trn car without a
license? I am of age nnd receive no
pay. MICIIAKL, HICKS.
In order that yeu avoid all compu
tations due to an uncertain law, I
would advise you to .neve the ear
rdOUtsred In. the names' ef both of
yuW . J?i"t
Thie wll ever
Maxwell Racing Cars First and Second
in Great 301-Mile Venice
Grand Prix Race
Bcurney Oldfidd, in a Maxwell, wins, miking non-ttop run without
chrthgi ftg geart, averaging 68 miles air hour.
Bilhr Carbon, in a Maxwell, fuiiihes. second, Q62s seconds behind
Olclfiekr, making one stop of 7 seconds f 6 ofl.
t ir k -i
aioaac w. K. ATXiNa. vieaeteiaorr
NtwcoMa CARLTON. eaceiosNT
acLviaaag aaoaga. vtcarsiwefxT
103 AJG2LE8. CAJjr -MAR 17TH 15
RECEIVED AT OOBWABS ATSkt DETROIT 1U0B.
til 079 OF 83 I 1
MR. WAITER E. HAIDERS, PRE3XDEIT
MAXWELL MOTOR COUPABT. UCORPORATED
DETROZT. MICBI0AI ,
MAXTOL WII3 FIB3T AUD 3EC0STJ VJ BOO MILE W89TER5 AUTOMOBILE 0XA83Z0 '
RACE AT YEB1CE CALIFORNIA TODAY DEFEATIUG PRACTI CALLT SAME FIELD
PARTICIPATI50 I IT RE0EST 6RA3D PRIZE ASD 7AHDKRBILT CUP RACES. ' UAOTEB
DRIVER BARIEY 0LD7IELD DROVE WIKUBO MAXWELL WITHOUT ST0PPI90 OR
0IAKIS0 GEARS DURIIO ESTIRE RACE. SURE FLUSH BILLY 0ARL30I DROVE
SE00K) MOntI MAXWELL ST0PPIS0 OBLY OBOE 3EVEB 3E0QIDS FOE OIL, OLDFXEX&O
AVERAGE ' 68 1-2 MIKS AU HOUR WHICH WAS. FASTER THAB EITHER 0RABD PRIZE OR
a ' i
VABDERBILT RACES. EDDIE RICKEHBACHER IB MAXWELL- T00X LEAD AT START
iUD HELD XT TO FIFTY 8EC0XD LAP AVERA0II0 100 MILES all HOUR, PZ0IZ3)
. DP ST01B SCORE HOLE IB CBABK CASE' PUT OUT OF RACE.
MABAOER UAXWELL RACIBG TEAM
. W W, ' .
c This is one of the most phenomenal victories in the history of automobile
racing. Barney Oldfield's non-stop feat is the third 300-mile, non-stop
contest performance made within a few months by a Maxwell racing car.
Oldfield, in a Maxwell, ran non-stop in the 301-mile, Corona race. Billy
Carlson, bra Maxwell, made 300-mile non-stop record in San Diego race.
SEE THE NEW 1915 MAXWELL AT
FACTORY RETAIL BRANCH
MAXWELL MOTOR SALES CORP., 1808 Broadway at 59thSt,N. Y.City
DIES IN WASHINGTON
AFTER WEEK'S ULNESS
Atlack of Grip Fatal to Author
VVlio Also Won National
Fame as a Publicist.
MNCOLN, Muss., March JO.
Charles Fronds Adams, publicist and
historian, died at'j A. XT. to. day at
hla winter reeldon, No. 1701 Masea.
ohusette' Avenue, Waehlnaton. lie
iiad bten 111 with grip for a week.
word of his death waa received at
hla home here thte'fcrenoon.
Mr. Adams waa a Breat.ffraaAann
of President John Adorns, a gTaadsoi
of President Jobs Qalncy Adams ana
a son of Charles Krancls Adams, min
ister to dreat Britain In thi im.ii
wavperloa. norn m Boston Mjrn.
ia, una Kraauaifa rrom Harvard la
1S56, ho was admitted to the Afaaea
chusetts bar two yearn after leaving
college. He served In the Union Arm
throughout the Civil War nnd .later
vaa Identified with rallrond affairs
for, many years, serving for six years
aa President of tbe Union Pacllle
Railroad and for ten years as n maim
ber of '.the Massachusetts Uoard of
' Never saeklnir nhallo nfflr Up.
Adams took an aetlve part as an In
dependent In political Rftalrs through
his writings and speeches. He was
tne aut nor or numerous books on rail,
roads and on various phases of Amore
lean history and was a Fellow of the
"American Academy of Arts and Bel.
enccs ana n memDer or the Atnencaa
caJomy of Arts and Letters.
Chevrolet Bars m Maanetl faetory.
The Chevrolet Motor Company this
week purchased tbe former Maxwell
factory on lleekmsn Avenue, Tarry
town, N. V. The' price was not made
Commerce Board Answirs PetWoh
for Reopnln; of Case Pres
ent Schedule Stndi
WAemfOTOff, Marea te-Taa la.
ter state Oars mi roe Cera mi eat en te-4ay
ordered a reereatag ef ahe matter of
exafeaa conaaates ratea aad praatleea,
aa pehtjae47for a few days age ay
heada; of -tha, fceg 'oorporatwaa af the
klad taraagaeat tha eeatrr
- The data at the neat hearing waa net
rued, hewever, aad l waa erdcred taat
In the meaaamvthe aaaeaale of rates
and regulatlonu nut Into afreet July
14. lllVremaM' mfOrce. "
WINWN8 MtMOAD RACE
AT VENrCETA MAXWELL
Barney Old field aa. beea, deriving
raelpg cars 'far nearly fifteen years
and In all that time' he ias Merer
been i able to wla a. big raai.aeateet
until his victory this wsek at, Venice,
Cel.. Put the veteran on. a t,rnck and
he was perfectly at'Kome. r Hla track
recoraa aad victories. ar aJraaet be
yond count, Ilut every time "Barney
started a road race he, always carried
A'e an unwelcome passenger a Mg
jinx. Something generally arent
wrong. If It wasn't engine trouble
It was a punctured tire or' the sudden
desire ef hla car to crash through a
fence. , .... .......
The veteran, undaunted by hla many
misfortunes, kept plugging nwny, and
this week he had the satisfaction or
leadlhg his field home. The Venice
race was 301 miles over roads. Old
field drav'ha?Maswel at the. rate .of
(it 1-2 miles an hour and, won without
being forced to make-a slnTle stop, a
moat romnrkable performance. Uut
Harney's luck nearly desertou nim, for
Hill Carlson, in anotner Maxwell, cams
within J5 seconds of, nosing out the
votoran at the .finish,
EacA AutomobiU in
Thit Lilt a Bargain
1014 LOCIER. T riitaeser Tsorlss
:ar. Hopatntcd. 11.460.
WINTON, ft raiMpaar Toerlnr Car.
IAT, l.lmoutlna. full equipment, fOSU,
IAT, T Vkftnttr Tourlna Car, is 50.
miu Mn uminu.K, in if. r a rat
aintr Toarlne V'T, Soe.
ISrtO MCAMIBIf.K, .10 H. T.. ,Bbf
Tonneaa, lUpalniad, 1400.
Til IwtMoMli Cmiii if Aiirici
, Xxcbanjr Car IMpt..
Slit Btraet. Next To UrwJwar.
Uteres If. Uahartaaa. Aawrlca'e fereaMet
rarina iiDrri. aavai
a hMR. r
take a Hint
Vr and rentaa' Claaaaai alaa nelraU la,
nniiTT. . ia anil iwii rnianra.
Oay and aT
Special Claaaaa for Ladies
Call or write far baokltt.
Stewi'rt Auto School
jsn west BTtu STaarr tat-aveaawwi.
Sunday World Wants
Work Monday Wonders.
i ffla -.1 li-vlrrt.
Away From Home; hWmi':
Aaataar aMasatef wuaatfeBt laaaf-v
.a .vii Vi.'fi--' i lLU-A. Ijii
a asa araaiitff ntVBwH Bagsarp BlBf (
Xa. mo KuajMltMfrai, sslsejaV '
la St. Joha'a Heaattal ni'A.aV. at W
day, after she had walked tha otrgMa
for four hours. Bhe Is an ai
pretty gin. living wftn her
atether aad' s4a arothere aa4
aad reads aad goes to tha
Three months ago she waaderet ,s
over xo aianaaiian aga waa aHe (
up by a policeman at HudaoB aBi
Day Streets and taken to the Haaeea
Street Il6spltal. After reiwraBet
heme aba aaemcd aatlsneg for Uaaev. ..
but -two weslis. s)gp auddoalf vanjsheO
again. Bhe was found .' aptWeiaaty' ,:
suit srlna from amnesia and takaA'ia . '
tha Buthwlck Hoaaltal, whs e s4e a-;.
aaala,ed five daye. , '4iJlt
Late yesterday she, weat to a gr-
ina nlctura ahow with her aouaaau aM
ready o go, JHer bfotier waa ataeiaaV
watch her, and at I o'eloak ak:,ia
turned home with him. V .
A-IUtle- later she wrapped aa. aeeaev
clothing an4 slipped ont of the heaaafJ
A netghboj saw her at Qulncy aHraaf ,i
nu AHtvyji 'ATviiaa unu linn ea .
over ta the' aolloe of the bates A'rtMeaA
Utailon. AH aha muM rmanaa Ma
that she waa on her way to vl.lt aar
graadatotar at afaspeth.
HEW LIGHT tOUt?
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These Three Greatest living Military Authoritiee
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