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SECTION PLAN BETTER CAR SERVICE TO OWNERS AUTOMOTIVE 1 SECTION RELI A IT PAYS TO THINK ?Mr J -J rtCfTTfQ trup kipkutrdly ?? any WMk alter week ?? hava baan talliaf you paiat* and low pricaa fram car* bought fraa* jraur ay** Far yaur awn ?? CAMS TO CHOOSE WHOM. lSlt CABIU1C Limoostn*. Ilka new, I no mr: aplandld e^ulp vtll ?acrtfle* till rAlOI Bpaadater; ran JIM aMlaa. a?laa4tdlr ?l*i?pa<l Includ ing a atnabar at extra*; a nap. 1111 KRCULL Cbammy Roadater: a^aal to naw, na?d only I month*. 1 excellent eqaipment. a barf am ltu Sit II. t-PuMi|w Toorln*: vary etaaay; oaad only a abort time: ?**lP9*d with cord Urea IS1S-17 DO DOB Twirlij Cara, 5a a--? and Roadster*. excallant aha pa, erary ear fully equipped, at low Mieea. IV1J STA> D.4KD ? Cllk Roadatir v Ira whaala. excellent condition; ra land Id equipment, will aaonflce i 111* mcil Taurine: aqual to bri^ad new, run JIM mtlaa. equip-) CONVENIENT TERMS. Ills FBANKI IN Llmou?lna: tip-top condition: *how* no *?*r what ever beautifully uphol?t*r*<l. 1?1?-1*-17 BUCK Tourln? Cara, Roadster* and Coupe*. 4 and ? cyl. model*: oscalient condition: a* low l?ja_iV" ITCDSON Touring Car*, Speed*ters, Sedan* and Cabrlolata; excellent condition; low pricaa. Klf.1T CHA'JfKM ? Roadatara and Tourtng Cara; excallant condition; very reasonable; *plandid equip ment. a* low as $?00. 1S1S-17 WILLTS-EMQHT Tonrlnc Cara and Roadster*: i and l-cyl. model*: mechanically A-t; fully equipped. 1118 RING S Man: handaoma body; alao 1117 ?-Paaaan?er Touring with wire wheels. with ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR NAME AND ADDRESS RELIABLE AUTOMOBILE COMPANY (ALL THAT THE NAME IMPLIES) 249-281 NORTH BROAD ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA. gated Sunday*. Saad Far Fraa GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING FORD SPECIALISTS We are Prepared to give you Prompt and Efficient Service Valves Ground Carbon Removed While You Wait Work Guaranteed?Rates Reasonable CAMP MEIGS GARAGE 6th and L Streets N. E. Lincoln 6181 Stops the Thief-Friction Stops 90% of Wear "IT IS, TN FACT. INCOMPARABLY EXCELLENT IT INTERPOSES A FRICTIONLESS LL'BRICANT COATING BETWEEN BEARING SURFACES SO EFFECTUALLY AS PRACTICALLY TO PREVENT WEAR. OR AT LEAST RE DUCE IT TO A MINIMUM - HUDSON MAXIM Keeps Your Automobile Out of the Repair Shops and Running Every Day -HIGHEST TYPE OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINE LUBRICA TION IN EXISTENCE TODAY AND FIRMLY BELIEVE THAT A MORE GENERAL USK OK THIS PRODUCT WOULD TEND TO ELIMINATE OR AT LEAST REDUCE MANY OF THE MORE COMMON ENGINE TROUBLES WE HAVE TO CONTEND WITH TODAY." ROBINSON CADILLAC CO. Saves Gasoline -PRIOR TO USING YOUR LUBRICANTS I HAD USED THE BEST OILS AND GREASES THAT I COULD OBTAIN k vrn u i n r?r\^ *i' de?t? a \m > /? n . * ..v. ... A| IXJN. NOW I AM GETTING OVER K) MHJiS TO THE GAL LON ALL THE TIME. AND SOMETIMES AS HIGH AS 2' SO IT IS NEEDLESS TO SAY THAT I AM PLEASED." C. W. DRAPER. U. S. SENATE. Why Not Try It In Your Motor? OOdag is sold by all first-claw Auto Accewory Dealer, in Washington If your dealer does not carry it in stock he fat it for you from Distributors: Rudolph & West Company, 1332 New York Ave N. W National Electrical Supply Co , 1330 New York Ave N W F. P. May Hardware Company, 469 C Street N W Acbesoo Oildaf Company, 600 F Street N W. Are You Keeping Up With the AUTOMOTIVE SECTION Here Is the Prettiest Route Through Soldiers' Home i To BaJlL,rujre the route via soldiers'home is more direct from points^in north washington and avoids dangerous r.r.crossings. ^ Hyattsville J, CautumT^ Grade, crossing ENSBURGf tfofdrtoofs Aetrc. sftar raws moos iu>a wash inoton. a c. smavc.NEW.vomc tfs'idG St. T*cas. ?|b J6 Seller-Ajf'A PLAH BETTER CAR SERVICE TO OWNERS National Automobile Chamber of Commerce Will Hold Three Day Convention. With th? manufacturer# unable for months to come to catch up with the demand for automobile* it is most timely that efforts be bent to provide every facility for the care and prop er maintenance of those now in use. The industry is also fully aware that its continued prosperity depends to a very large decree upon the good will of the purchasing public and that can only be maintained by keep ing the users satisfied. This branch of the industry's ?< - tivlties. commonly known as service, becomes increasingly difficult to per form with the ever-increasing num ber of cars on the road, and more and more effort is being put forth to place it on a scientific, systematic and ef ficient basis. It is with a full sense of its im portance, especially at this time, that the National Automobile Chamber of Commerc? has arranged for a three day convention of the service man agers from its member factories, at Detroit, November 10, 11, and 12. The headquarters where the meetings will be held will be the Hotel Statler and the indications are that there will be a very large and representative at tendance. While planned originally for the factory men only, a considerable num ber of representatives from the trade generally will also attend, appreciat* ing their concern in the same prob lem. The Government is also mani festing its interest and Col. D. F. Miller, of the Motor Transport Corps, has agreed to be present to explain the difficulties in rendering service to the army equipment during the war and what should be done to beter it in the future. The first two days of the meeting will be given to presentation and dis cussion of papers as set forth in the program which follows and on the third day the delegates will visit the var'ous Detroit factories to study how they are handling service. Monday forenoon session-?9:30 a. m. General service policies: "Recommendation of National Auto mobile Chamber of Commerce Com mittee on Revision of Service and Re pair Parts Policies," by E. T. Herblg. sales manager. Service Motor Truck Company. Wabash, Ind. "Service Relations Between Acces sory, Parts and Assembly Manufactur ers and the Vehicle Manufacturer, the Distributor, Dealer and Owner," by E. A. Haskins, service manager. Federal Motor Truck Co., Detroit. Mich. "Should the Factory Encourage Ser vice by Independent Garages and Ser Our On-the-Minute Service Truck Will Attend To Your Emergency Tire Troubles Promptly Day or Night Service SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS We Charge But Fifty Cent* For This Service Firestone Service Station Vulcanizing and Repairing Rims, Parts and Accessories National Service Company 1610 14th Street N. W. North 1290 CUT THIS OUT AND KEEP IN C^I ?ioe Station*? If So. on Whit BaiUT* by L. C. Voylea, service manager, Nor dyke & Harmon Co., Indlanapolia, Ind. Monday afternoon session. 2 p. m. Factory service organisation: "The Organisation and Functions of a Factory Service Department for Maximum Service Efficiency," by Al bert Oougb, aervioe manager, Liberty Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. "The Functions of Direct Factory Service Representatives in the Field," by K. C. Reichel, service manager Chalmers Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. "The Improvement of Vehicle De sign and Quality Through Service Records," by Walter M. Ladd. service manager, Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co Buffalo. N. T. Monday evening, theater party. Tuesday morning session. 9:10 a m. Service relations between factory and dealers: "What the Dealers Require from the Factory Service Department." by Ralph C. Rognon, president Automo tive Service Association of New York. "Plan for Regulating Distributors' Parts Stock Supply to Assure Ad equate Assortment and Maximum Ac tivity," by H. WrOrew. assistant man ager Technical Service Department, Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. "Pirate Parts; Factory Control of the Source of Supply of Spare Parts and Material." by W. M. Warner, man agter of Parts Dept.. Cadillac Motor Car Ca, Detroit, Mich. Tuesday afternoon session?2 p. m. Relations between distributors or dealers and customers. "The extent to Which Free Service to Customers Constitutes Good Busi ness," by J. B. Bray, service manager Grant Motor Car Corporation, Cleve land, Ohio. "What Is the Most Efficient System of Estimating Charges to Customers for Repairs?" by O. T. Hillshafer, service manager Chandler Motor Car Company, Cleveland. Ohio. "The Necessify for Inaugurating an Educational Program Emphasizing the Responsibility of Vehicle Users as Regards Care and Operation." by A. B Cumner, service manager The Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. In addition to the s*?t program there will be Introduced whenever time af fords topics for general discussion such as "Should Factory Service De partments Deal Directly With Owners of l.arge Fleets?" "Should Service Be Rendered Directly to Cars In Terri tories Adjacent to the Factory?" "Should Factory Discount on Parts Cover Distributors' Profits Without Necessitating Adding Handling Charges by Distributor to Car Owner and Dealer?" "When Should Service Be Discontinued on Obsolete Models?" as well as a number of others which already have been suggested or may be brought out at the meeting LOCK YOUR SPARE TIRES LOCK YOUR CAR Autogenous Welding Cylinders Ground % Every description of au tomobile machine work. Welding, brazing of broken castings, repairing of brok en frames, cracked cylin ders and crank cases cor rectly and promptly done in our modern machine shop. Bring It To Bazzuro Pioneer Welders of Washington Auto Parts Made and Repaired Bazzuro & Co. Rear 1417 T St. N. W. :.o~th 2611. Keep Up With THE TIMES AUTO SECTION EVERY SATURDAY MINNESOTA SPENT BIG SUM FOR HARD ROADS "The hard road movement is ft??a great Impetus when a large Stat* spend* $100,000 for the sole purpose of inviting people of the United States to help wear out Its Improved highways," said Stewart McDonald, president of the Moon Motor Car Company, of St. Louis. "The last session of the Minnesota Legislature appropriated that sum to advertise Its highways. The L*gl? lature authorised an election li N> vfinb^r. 1K0. to vol* on th? latvaar* of flOO.OMi.OOO worth of bo*4a. IM fund to be expanded oa hard rot4a State officials took a rra*n? <? traffic on the Jafferaoa Madia* that an averar* of 1,144 mat chiaaa a day used tk? road durt'.g the taurine l?a*on. Thea* tovrliit, moatly from foreign State*, apent about Ill.W a day ta Minnesota, a total of $1.1101.400 during the mi ?y" LOCK YOUR SPARE TIRES LOCK YOUR CAR. Battery Service Will put real "Punch and Pep" into your Starting and Lighting \; No matter what battery you use in your car. our *emoe will meet its every need. Our business is giving service on all types of batteries Our experience is a broad one, and we arp fnllv equipped to see to it that every battery is delivering that "punch and pep" of performance it was built to rive. If yoor battery doesn't seem to be giving you just that amount of satisfactory service that you feel it should give, bring it to us. Our location is the most convenient in Washington: our work it thorough and absolutely dependable, and we have every facility, from ample 'drive-in" features to com fortable quarters, for the convenience and satisfaction of our customers. Make your motoring better motoring by using "Bartram" Service regularly. Bartram Electric Garage 1204 New Hampshire Ave ?WMt 45ft Where Cars Differ SPuitnitf l ouring Car $1640 120-Inch Wheelbaae?40 h. p. Motor 3-PaMroger Roadster. Mm* prV 5-PiMM(er S?d?n $2600 4-Pa?'?n*er Coupe $2500 7-Paaaenr'r Tourin* Car $1875 127-Inch WhttlNiM-Mk. p. Motor All Price# L o. b. Factory MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY. Inc. Racine. Wisconsin The Hidden Values that Count Cars of the same class do not differ much in the original performance. And not very much in appearance. The great difference shows in the way a car stays new. In the Mitchell we offer a car which affords lasting satisfaction. This means, for one thing, greater strength. It means larger parts, better steels, new heat treatments. The rear axle is much larger. It means minimized wear ? it means larger bearings ? cylinders are ground to utter smooth ness? pistons are perfectly fitted. Crank-shafts are twice balanced on new-type machines. So we offer you a long life car, one that cuts down upkeep and operating cost. Yet at a moderate price coh sidering all its superiorities. May we show you this new Mitchell Six now? May we point out its better ments? We know you will join in the widespread appreciation. Neumeyer Motor Company SALESROOM?1823 14TH STREET N. W. North 75? SERVICE STATION?211-13 B ST. N. W. Franklin 769C Prompt Deli Ten ?*.