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4.~SLENGIS LI ING-FILE **f Warm Short Le and Unevn Tread for TWOG. Wb who augt himself out. ure tread With a fite woul Utsetreat for the feebie-minded. Y t the m. mmn will lock his brakes 'dad des ten ibet and think nothing about It. Tee seany motorists confuse ther ti"M with skates. Instead of looking head er obstacles and checking the ar 5ldSWl by dosing the throttle with theW @tch eaged. they wait untl trareightin the =I"dl Of an iww~ sadthen jam on the brakes. 1 we -stop to consider thess,. 155Wspd with the brakes un they netice poswheo bele.e I~~~twiaB I wor thtughto the bric. 3DWIP Where 0~ tread Is not scraped UA to the bria, Miller tire men 6ut that there are flat places The first c in prudic 4 Touin Ca.$1.080; Readstdr. $1 doeomuins Car, $1,215; SEMMES MOT A Dos I MOTUI 11334-C6Eas Telehoe tie Trut] No man can ignore the hi made for Cha] 'ormance and economy. We invite you any Chalmers os pjhone him, ar experience Chalmers *Ask him wheti ~He 1321.1323 Feer Don't Neglect Your G0 Tire on of Car When you are eeking W the tires en your car, dos't ferget the spare you are carrying behi.A Un less It is evere te protest it frem lt, water. oil, and beat, it will rapidly - deteriorate, These four -n--ais= of rubber will take the life out of any rubber product in a tris ior t to make sure that the paretire is fastened tightly to te crrir. If there is any play L1 the fastenings there will be en t a the g and oQuent Inju~iry to It. One ina While a few dre"s of oil sheuld be placed on the detach. able rlibolts. 00lshould alsh. used when an old tire has rusted to the rim and ref uses to Tov up its hld. But when or is msd. Miller tire menthsdvae carefull w'aI fftetr before ejo."b. isLa ed. left In the tread. Then as the car P9000eis, thes flat Pieces they e2 - o Way en the reed like a 01=4"eld trolley, killing the mile. age In the tire. Letting In the clutch too quickly, spinning the beck wheels in mud hole., taking owners- at high speed and lodic the brake. mean a short lire for tir. but not a merry one. I ally the lA 026: Sedan, $1,916; Coupe. $1,706; Screen Business Car, $1,116. red. :)R COMPANY Iftam Situ 'slemAvesm gain s i You Should Li About the ( afford to formance i gh claims factorymc imers per- Find out. Chalmers eaves in c in upkeep. to consult,.. It will be1 ner. Tele- =time to le ad get his that there with his car which < fies its owni of low cost er its per- Blawles per h. LEARY, J rtnth St. N. W. Telephi XM THE ATTRAC MODEL he Davis line for 1922 compril The "Fleetaway" model is a ow built car which possess many feat' Brake Applications Holds Fast Autos On Road Everyone who has watched a road race has wondered how the, drivers are able to take the sharp turns at such high speed. The fact that their cars are low is not suficient explanation. The front wheels bite into the road surface so hard that they skid little or not at all and the car follows in their wake. The rear end skids considerably, but the front wheels have such a tight that the car follows the "Te th. Why ? The. b ting .action of the front wheels is obtained by applying the brakes. This ma or may not aid in the sliding of the rear end. The rear end would slide some anyhow and may slide too much if the rear wheels are locked. The deceleration produced by braking increases the pressure on the front wheels. It is difficult to make this point plain without becoming technical, but let us imagine that the action of gravity is suspended and that we have a car which is shooting through space at a certain constant rate or speed. Then some force grasps the rear wheels and exerts a pull which slows the car down. Because'of inertia the tendency of the car is to go ahead, but the slowing down force acting on the rear wheels causes the front of the car to swing downward, rotating about the rear wheels as an axis, and this is actually what happens on the road. The application of the brakes is a backward pull which the car re sats by trying to rotate its front end downward and it is the result blksth rn woste. hh Missouri to Jail Violators. Penalties for violating the new State highway regultions of Missouri con Wist of fines of $6 to $600 and im prisonment In the county Jail not xceeding two years. Get 3hanrmers. a not more satis nth after month. how greatly it peration, and ~vel1 worth your an, first hand, is at least one ompletely sati ~rs in every phase and practically formance. r. ne Main 4106 ERS SIIVE ~LE-. OF THE 1922 es seven model. to the fastidious spng, gracefully here by the Rine res to commend it] teenth street noi WORTH OF AUTO MEANS SERVICE, SAYS J. B. TREW Distributor Declare* Degree In Which Dealer Can Aid Owner Is Basic. "Car worth is coming In for quite a bit of embhasis these days in connec. tIon with the latest news about car prices," says J. B. Trew, of the Trew Motor Company, Washington dis tributors for Reo' and Pearless pas senger -car and Ro speed wagons. "The price of a car is one thing and the worth of a car something that Is quite independent of price. Whatever the price bay be. the worth of the car is determined by the service It giv&e its owner. "The accessibility of expert service, parts, and timely counsel have much to do with car worth. "Responsibility for these rests upon the dealer alone. It is seen today. that he Is the ultimate source of car worth. The degree with which hefs prepared to look after the needs of the car owner measures the real worth of the car he sells." Pullen Takes Driving Lesson in Flivver Eddie Pullen has been putting i..om. stre.uous b". late learning to drive an automobile. And there In absolutely no spoof Ing in the statement at all. It is a fact, attested to by Eddie himself, and corroborated by J. Benjamin Fahy. authorised Ford dealer of Los Angeles. After purchasing a Ford oeupe a few days ago. Mr. Pullen, te whom 100 miles per hour on the speedway behind the wheel of a racing car is mere chid's play. had to confess that be didn't know how to drive at all. The gear shifting manipulations re quired to navigate a Ford. &I though admitted to be sim plicity itself, must also be ad mitted to differ considerably from those of other cars. And Mr. Pullen soon found it out. Accordingly, Mr. Fahy uder took to teach the speed pilot how it was done and was given the thrill of his life while Mr. Pulen desperately steered the Ford through traffie. So prone was Mr. Pullen to bear heavy with his right foot tshat a foot ae celerator was 'Installed to give that pedal extremity some place to rest. And late reports have It that the former racing artist is more than enthusiastic ove his new mount. Automobile PAINTING "The0 Semmes .Wqy" The way of master workmen 'producing results w id el1y known for their ex cellence. 613t.619EGt.NW. . T. saMlTR GAROM, -asae Palm nae AWAY" DAVIS LINE buyer. The Davis is bein shown Sales Company, of 18 2 'our thwest. Tubes Will Spoil If Thrbwn in Tool Bbx The man who is asenstomed to akhis showson the vlan. and to fIi his collars in the sel bin ouh othrow his spae. tube in lttolbox. Thatlis hsoug to if he wants to be eensistent. As a matter of fact, the lane nor the Comlar Would suz r as much as the tube, in the opbdon of loedl Miller tire men. Inner tubes are usually peeked in the factory in waxpper. This paper will prase thsr oey and elasticity of the rubber, but it won't protect It when thrown carelessly into the tool box of a Car. 7%Iltie oe~ f the M s es the tube to *ga thstbth and ts the sharp tUbe that is always ready for the roadsidemecyis the one that is wrapped In cloth or paper, or better yet1 oesed in an inexpensive tube ba Canada Second Auto Center. With the United States leading, Canada is the second largset auteoo bile user In the world, followed by New Zealand. Austraia. Cuba, and the United Kinagdom in order Of im. portance. Wheat Crop Pays for a&. The State of Nause. wit an Wt. mated registry of 800,eo antoine. bile. spends practically the entire proceeds of the wheat cr of that State to keep the cars in gasoline -dd oil each year. Lowes All RESE pri4 I Tsure thatMe true value of proved In appearam own the finest qua tional automobile. Templar is both an sistent winnings in for n over with "Caumobagi" 11a durance records, cone Templar ope 30, 1921. NEW P $19 open ' $27 Closed All models have fi tubes, (roadster, six); '75 mile speedometer; L auto clock; Inner-lined Washi We Guae AXWELL The good Maxwell can be counted upon t gie - the family good, pr. tical, low cost service over a period of yeam H. B. LEARY, JR, 1321-23 14th Street Telephem Maim 4106 t Prices in Templar History: Models Reduced $400 EFFECTIVE NOW! imed to meet present market conditions, are probably temporary; it is practically stabilizing of general conditions will soon bring a price change upward toward the the car. "TEMPLAR" at-these new low prices is the same "Superfine Car," im e and performance over any previous "Templar." Here is your opportunity- to ity all-around car at its lowest price. We invite you to see ai4 try this excep Idealcityandroadcar. It con- ahead. Buit likea hib-grade watch, of the best of sign d American e*durance and material1 and worknmahip, it embodies the performance, te piko the$ :;eldagther comfort, and appeawnc of the highs riced lamg care ke sational speed a with the economy and convenience of hadling of the usively prove Templar the car smallest car. n models now reduced (900, closed models $1,000-lower than June RICES 2-pa.s. Touring Roadster, wire wheels.........8,8 85 4-iss. Sportette, wire wheels..................8,8 Modedl 5-pass. Touriag, artillery wheels...............1,8 ' 83-paus. Coupe, in lemther, cloth er tapestry. .. .... ...$2,785 Medal 5-pass. Sedan, in leather, eloth or taesr.. .. .......$2,785 All price f. o. &. Cl.eeand, uar te estra Quality Cannot if. Obtained for Less 11 aluminum body, and In addition to usual lteuiis, include this equipment: five cord tiree and Llemlte lubricating system and gun; power tire pump; motometer; windshield cleanet; Warner' iberty non-glaring lonses (they comply with all State laws); inspection lamp and cord; 8-day top; hand-tailored door-opening curtains. Further special equipment on the various models. - e iJlc Sopgfine Car ngton-Templar .Motor Co. 1901 14th Street N. W. pt.Templar Osener.' Servdce Cannet Exceed $50 for theFirst Ywe PHONE NORTH 7462-OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 P. M.