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AUTOMOTIVE TO REMOVE MENACE OF THE AUTO GLARE t "SST-I. PIAN TO EXTEND LINCOLN HiG-TWAY TO THE COAST A movement ha? been started to j "akr I ?>* \mre!e.. n_U., the terminus of the Lincoln Hie! way. The pro po.-al '??? to eatablinh a branch of the prep? tran.? ?or.li.ierttal highway front Kl: . -Nev.. to tha? Oalilornia cit> . a distance ca' TTO mile?. Kly is the first town reached after crossing the desert ?ection of the Great Salt Lake coun try. * " ?mpetu* ha.?* been given the project ; by the locati ? o; the big western ??o ?.-*<_?.? a? a r factory ;? : l_e_ Angeles. , F. ?. Seibe: ?'lis. pe.-ident of the com pany and ol lie Lincoln Highway Association. considers th'? ''alffornia 'city the loffie?] terminus of the high way. Sentiment in Nevada and Cali I fornia favor*? the proposed action. D. O. SOUTH WORTH BATTERY EXPERT TITAN STORAGE BA TTZRi: i. Testing an1 Filling Free Wc Specialize in REBUILDING BATTERIES See Us Before Discard ru* Yours ??f????aa????aaa? ee ee ^ee-ee-e eee^e-eeeee**^eeee e eeee e ee e e ee + 0 e Wc Gi e Six Mor.ihs* ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE On Rebuilt Batteries FIR5T-CLASS SERVICE STATION Rear 1339 ? Street N. VV. Franklin 2548 You Are Invited ? To ? ??it Our I Modern Vulcanizing and Retreading Plant j I \prrt Tir?? nnd I uiir Krpalr ??* 1 ? f-'r-pr? T?rr I ji*>|M-fl Ion >?r*r% i?-p, I ??-il ?mu ii(i\i??? lir?urr -.itili lit?* 1 OT i.rnk i m. Mtnr lire. [ Cord Tires Cur Specia'ty j <???????.?*(-<1 W lari?. I ?'..????? ? Srr.i????. I City Vulcanizing Co. | 1631 You St. N. W. j NorLh 1133 ? Watch for ?nll-pagc opening announcement in Aulo nrttive Section, next Saturday's Washington Time*. Largest as<urtmynt of stanlard cars carried by miy ?inn in Wasinn^ton. T?iey are no89 arriving in carloads. MANY MAKES MANY MODELS The most importan! <.mho?iuc_'?..cm. ever mads in V.'asliington', automotive jicld. e. S\> LOOK FOR. IT ^ SERVES Tilted Lights Remove Menace of Auto Glare What i? the greatest unsolved fea ture of the automobile today? That ta?tus like a silly question in ll.i-s ?ay of advanced automobile (??.in struction when practically everything. it se.;rns. that tends t?i serviceability, dependability, comfort, beauty, end efficiency, lias been provided. But tip to this time there BUS been f?iie basic element in the drivinig o? G.G? aut?uiiobile**that ha? r.ut kept p?>,'e with ? a'ltoniobilc progress. That, has been ??i the Insilali of head-lump pini e. the cause of many niplit acci dente to say nothing? of M;:? ?train on BOI ??? ?? ???. r drivers and |> I ISO IH ??? ? ??oltitioii tat I.Iure. H? ??!-'?'??;? ?--?.-.re ?a on?? of i!i??.?e Diobhins ol which the entire country t.O? been AW??G? for jr? IS The So? el et y of Illuminating Engineers, in a report containing naotasaauAUtJlpea br..-e.l on seientl?? test? which were embodied in New York State'.? anti ?*Car<? law. th.? only ?fllstltllltl law of ita kind in t)ie nation with the noie ex ception of California, which followed Vew York's precedent, pointed out inore than a > ear apo that th? ideal ?olution of the blinding; headlight problem lay in the tilted or deflected light by mean? of controllable re flectors. But the anti-glare problem has been solved, and along the lines t-ointed out a? ideal by the Society o? Illuminating Engineers. The .?oiution in in the tilted lights. These lights have met every require ment of the New York State law 100 per cent. Frank B. Ansted, president of I^exington Motor Company, says: 'One of the reasons the blindii.K glare menace has not been solved is the failure of ?State and Government mithoi Hies to get together and urge a ur.ifrom laboratory and road test by such recognize?! authority aa the So-j cicty of Illuminating Engineers, an?! ba??ed on the recommendations cf this body to pass a uniform anti-glare law. "Head lamps, for driving at night. are just as essential as the motor it self: in fact, more so because proper l.ead lamps mean so much to the safety and comfort of drivers, passen ger.?, and pedestrian??. Most method?? of -?on'rolling headlamp glnre do not accomplish. In country driving, the I purpose for which they are intended. becau.'c they do not give ruffielent light, nor.' in many rases, eliminate | glare I rowtrel of Beajaa?.?. "It I* lust as dangerous to have motor vehicles traveling tbe roads at night without proper illumination f?*>rl the driver as it is tb have them run I without lights. So the problem to solve is to give the driver the light necessary for absolutely clear vision under ordinary circumstances, at th?' same time controlling the projected beam so as not to darzle or blind the other users of the highway, but also In emergencies, to be able to control thi? beam so that when the occasion demands they may be projected ?? ward and ahead to determine r?>ad hazards. ''What the country need.? is definite uniform action along the line | sug gest, that this last undesirable fea ture of the automobile may 1-e elimi nated. ? study of the laws in som? of the States shows the utter lack of uniformity and the dangers of the ??? ? nation. A Christmas Present That Insures He Will Be Pleased Facsimile Xmas Wrapper, Original Printed in Vivid (irecn and Red 365 Days of Joy and Protection to Motorists ? Ah/? ) our ?.????? Deal? r "Ohio, for example, provides that beadlnnips must be dimmed when ..-?thin 000 feet of an approaching au- : ?.01 .obu?. Dimming of lierhts, as tj have ?aid, bears an element Of danger, -specially in country driving. "Michigan provides that motor ve-1 hide? must display at least one light | ? l'ioni.' and also calls for the dim-, ning of iffihts when anotha?? car is ap proaa-hing. One light is not stiff?ci'-nt on the fraat Ot an automobil? becaaM of possible confusion as to ti." -hai-. acter of an approaching vahtcl* Stilt?? La*M Var>. MlllldHIMttl provides that linhtj :.!>?? ii-.ust not be hi-ilier than thr. e . and one-half tost, or fifty toot ab me Timt I? somewhat of ar? Impr.ment j over som?*? of th?? Stata law* becanaal If Hi?* light rays art held t" that 1??*? *l the>' should not hit the eyes of the] driver of an approaching automobile. "But the trouble has Ix-en t ? get t ??> ?|?"???? that would do that and still dis close ?lange..? signals and hazard?' ahead. Who is to determine if this law- is being complied with? Howand what are his or their qualitications to determine this question? "New Jersey has u similar law but it increases the height of the light 1.000,0.0 MACHINES ANNUAL OUTPUT PREDICTED .ut ?? mol? I lex ?olii In thi?. ?un ir* b? Sr>.'MMl dealer? ? net loeh_?l in_ MM_HI| men), AMitOAtOa. \nniial m i leo??- ?f fh?*oe mn rhiiies, r?? nw av crece ?*f 6?t*?at mile? ?urli. :*_?? iMKi.ooo.rxxi. \r.iiu-il number of plu?????"?. a\i'r?i_lni: three iter mnrhlne. MaS.lKIO.tXJO.OOO, -.vhlch I? I <? OOO.m??. MO miles In exeera at that elnlmr?! for the entire rallv.ay ?j?trm Yutonio'.lle faenar?a? alao lum ini? out motor trn???.??eomhlietl ?imitai ?af lb?????. S73H >**'??***'? ?? nual ?>-> age?. _?_.?*?,> .,,-,,,,^??: empio? <??.. Capital of maker? of ae?*r??orle?. b_?M?? and part?. .-.T.-ttt.tK-O.O?'.?? tire Maafacturinjr. ?iipltai. gl.VMMKt. 0?NI: irnnal total ?-?pltall*at ion of ll.e-?. "aalde" InduMrlr?. J?TS? IMHI. dlXl; unitili totnl for ?II automobile : nil ll? ? ria??. S 1 _*??.IMM?.IM?41. 'anil ilia? xtntlit la-lr n of the Mitchell Si\ In? tora, ??littler of tbe lUiir.-.. ?i?j?. ? ????).(Mm automobile? p?r year a?-!!! be produaed iliirin? ?evrrnl ?ear? to come.? Mohawk. Ma?* -elicer. rays to four and one-half feet. Same fault there a? in Massachusetts. New Hampshire'? law is as good n? worth ies?*, it provides that the driver of an Don't Throw Away Your Tires and Tubes REPAIR THEM YOURSELF WITH SUPERFIX NO VULCANIZING?NO PATCHES NO TOOLS ASK YOUR NEAREST DEALER DISTRIBUTOR: Superior Sales Co. 714 VIRGINIA AVENUE S. E. ^lIc^iciiUr^iraiPnjeilJrZfyE Uc2n!-p n ' p a'3n?^rI!?_ni2ri!aj'"Jt? r___n3__tr AUBURN BeautySIX The crowning achievement of nineteen \ear_' suc cessful automobile engineering. A veritable noveltv at its best?bold, radical and sweeping, yet not .reakish in design. It te mechanically correct, full roDipariso?- by extraordinary first an?! lasting im? prrt-sion is challenge! with any car, regardless of price ? Few for fm.rirtiiatr Dclivrru Motor Company of Washington ' 24th and M Street* N. W. Telephone West 710 auto mu?- dim hi? lljrhl? to an ap proaching car If he can do ?o without dann?, to __? omn _uto "I>nn?ylvania haa taken the lon* t ?tep toward? a ?olution of the probi????., it -.??cms to me. Tin? Met. provide?? that headlamp? ?hall br llm Itid to thirty-two <-andlr-powr?r arri 9ms temutemi th?t no dai-tiinK my.? of lipM ?hall, at a point of ?event? -five feet or more ahea'l of t!i< lamp??" r??e ior? than f.?rt\-two m? ??..? -.hoir th? j lerci ?urface upon ? hirh tli? ear : ?tanda. "An important Ivh?i> ?\_ma ?a?? I provlaion ?a that the f-tate hif-hway i-omtniaaioner I? autliormed to ma?* [ najQiai n~; ?<:?<". ?nil . ht?????? t orr tenu? ,?. ten . which ?iarhtina devi?-??, ? pf. and |en?? ? ln-et .-omply ?*???? 'the provino!,? 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