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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1916.
i if n i a if Aunnnc Ithe studebaker ; mitchell sixes - " IfiUlHiy mUUtLj GOLDEN CHARIOT IS j ARE ALL RIGHT ' yrrffir? vp. - I SENSATION OF SHOWS: INANY COUNTRY ff & JJ0 J H fir Mill IlilllYlll I I r..Mih. urnr than tX.uho. the .xtif "In no other mitoiiK.l.fli. t-ntdu.- t,f I --? llTfll I I fit UT. ' nllT nil rrfl nijiuiini,.ihilt. hr, nay tin- .MlniH't.t- ( the rt and Mrnko or ih fuvl J ' ' Jx, ' ' ' " II II I llPJ II M i'" J"1"'""1- t oriHutTiplion pi-en worked out to huc)i J Z f""" llll "Indian Day" Will Be Cele brated in Royal Manner by Albuquerque Novelty Works, the Local Agency, Kelrtmry JI, Washington' birth flay, hit been ndi-ctcd hy the lloitdeo Manultu luring company, FprluKfield, MnS., tllllkflM of till- fillllOIIN Indian Hiotorryrh'K, an Indian ihiy. 1 hp popularity of Indian day now celebrating ft third yrur has t ntub lishrd It m h permanent and iiiiiniiil feature In the mn1oricle world ami It In observed throughout til'- I'lllU'll HiatcM marking th opening of the motorcycle hcmhoii. . I imonon & I Miili'lcon, propi h tot ! of the Albuquerque XoM'lty Works, i tiu local Imllaii repreni ntatlvt k, villi observe Indian tin j- nt their nhnw I room, 321 Hot'th Heonnd Hired, wlh a t oinploto (iHily of H1K niodi'lH ntul , thp Jirw Indian row rMlim iiiolor, ! vhlih wuh tho Mir witKMllotial itttrac- tion ut I'ftth thi Now Ymk mid t'hl-j rano nhoiVH. Aiiotlirr f"iitntv of In-1 clui it day will ho tlio n'w IlKhtwilxhlj modi'l, thu Indian KoiithiTwcluht. j Thi-re will he un IrilcriKllait mill nt-: trmtlvo illcplny of tin1 new Inillun III-' "'( Ic iiImo. TIh hliowroonm W ill he j npiTit'tJ nil tiny unit evniinif, and n ( rordlul tin Itatlon to fxlcnded to all, inotorryidt- tntliUMlautit and the liulilli ! tu 'tiJoy Indian hoBPltallty a Wfll an to InuiuTt Din Indmn l!lfi lino. , ' Nl In yearn haa Hip Ihndci. Man-' Uf:i lurlntf I uliipuliy, iiIioipcim In ull j nrtvaiiciHj jiHitorcyrhf linprovi inrnl, j Iiri-Hfittt-il to tln niotorcy l woild ho j liiiot'tant mi ai lili vi mi in an the1 I'owrriduH motor. 1'owi i diiB motor In nil that the name Imidiri and iilrcmlVj from i oiiht to fount lt speed, i leanll- j low, (jiili tnecM and eiidliianre liavo ' IHoViii It to he h nierhaliieal marvel. IHdiTS nil over the lonntry h;ive Hhown un uniiMiial Inti ri-Hi In Um- . I'lfwrrplim motor n rut midoiihtedly ' thin motor will he the center of at- I tru tli a (Jurlnc Indian day n lehrutloii tin fcbruiiry 22, I i Wain Men nmnn fpiu.injti or tin I iitr ri1 r -t vteni? Milk unj u lim want ceiumiin er trie Juuiiml. JlAllliS) The Most-Wanted Tilt' jml.ltc'n ilc-iu' l'i n!-M"S tills t;ir 1 LIS tu'fll Ivft'lUT ami nmi c w i,k vj cm! t!i;m any similar tlosirv t'cr 1 c 1 1 m o iu S;iri'i! 1'V any tiininr tat. It is u fan- i-f I'Viiioty Cip;u"it v that's all. There has Utii a "waiiin- Ii-i" ft r t!u- Hiink lieeaiiM', Ik'VoihI a tlmiht, it is the lireatt-t ti',-un. .1 iU- Value ever prmluenl. t'oni the tiiiie "i" the l'nt atim 'iineenieiit nf the r.l'IC'K S1I'".S, the siip.l lia-s heen less than une-tenlh of the nuniUr nf ears waiiHil hy ihe luniti tihhe! Uuick Valve-in-llcad Motor Ilt'K'K SIXI'.S a:e t" jni u . I uli tin- anif ittiel, t'lexi h!e a!e-in he.i'l nil 1 t that ha-, alw a made Ihiiek ears lain-his. Tlie I'.l'H'K laeti'iv alsu!iitelv guarantees that the P.t'lCK 'alf in-1 le.nl nrntnr ;i'i,7 t!, :, f;nri frmvr than any i-ther tvpe of atttniiiohili- nmt,,r ,,f t-qtial sie. Tliis ni..lnr tint oi.ly its t ii iiioic t. tn--it -acs vnu niniicy in j;asi .line ainl oil-. Uuick Buyers Arc Boosters A-k your lu-ililmr - there's a I'.l'K'K owner near you a'lout ins I'-l'K'K. Ak hint ahotit tlie extiaorthnarv inile ;tc l;e ;eis jut i'.asohr,e oallc-u. Vk lntn ahout its sim jilieit yatnl ean- of ojiftation. Ask him aK'tit its ahihtv tu u itli-tatnl shoiks of mutililoil io,a,U ainl aemeiits. A-k liim ahout its vjn-etl at el oinr. JCvery lU'K'K l tier you will iin.l i, ,t !i()t)STl'R lo calise lie has ahsolute niol-r ear sati-faeiion. i Albuqucrque-Buick Company .. M. Cl'DAM C, firsUnii. iniO'SE TAS. . - l'OL'KTH AX1J CllXTKAL t'oxlli.ir more than t LI Ti , noo, (In- stu ih taKer Kohl ohaHMin wiih oih- of the ni.ict i unit tonal atlrai'liotiH ut the uiitoii,. ii'il,, feliow, miy the Mlnueapo lii Joiirniil, Men who liiive intended ivi: -ry fhovv fay thev were never lienlej to hiK a H'O jirl.ue iih thiK KtiiiP hal-er i haNniM, flnldhed from teiii to Htern In imrtKt Kohl. It Ih the mit expeiiHlve i ha mm in ever huilt, and yet II Ik K'anilaid in every other ih tall of eoiihirurlion. More than riTHI oiiiuih of pur, Hold vi i'.' tin d, ax nearly 3,hih pal'ln tire fnilnlieil. i inly om film in Hie country had t ho fuellitlcH to niideilake the Job. This chiootiH, chlppeil from Jii lrolt. and proti i ted by heavy Inniriini e, line heen watched hy detectlvm Klin ( It xlaitid for It flint phow a New York, and an nrmed Knard In ntatione( m ar It day and liinht, e lii' fly to keep ciir ioxily heek"ti from chipping off moii VelilrH, Thin Kttiilcbaker fold I Ihishih ii cont -Ih r Ihiin any eomplete car In the hin tory of automobile hIiown. The gold cliannln tloen more than nlmply repone tn Hn iiKiJeKly. Cut out, It revealn the vital met hnnlHiii of the car In a way tin t In an education to tl.one Interest ed In hoeing Just how an aiitoiiiolille workn. Th" Kol.l flnlch I i K 1 1 1 m U tlx- little detailit of tin- chnnslN and kIiowk the liflii'ineiit (if fininh and the perfec tion' of miinufai tore. It enahlen all w ho nee t to observe Itn nliniilli Ity of ciinntruethin and iiccennlhillty im well ;.h the cle.inni .-iH of llmiHii imd i are In count i in t Ion, d.-t-aU,-r gold chassis was in f tli' Ihf prcn.nt day ban (hi' problem of I mi . i ' l' I (f v J " n ,1 I most hi until. nml attractions ut flic , Incrt-iinlng the power without im reus- It, - ; I 41- ' Vj w jy - 0 ' NATIONAL OFFERS TWO SIXES AND A TWELVE The National line ban fine body do hIkiih im two "Hlxen" iui, a "i," iho latter Intermediate in nie, nieanurliiH by eiiHlne dliiplaccnictit. The over nil nl.e of the "12" and the Hinailef "nix" It: the name, the Mir "nix" !i ivIiik an extra nix Inehen I'f wheel hane, The "12'' l the only V motor with the vahen iirtaiil.'id oiitnlde, the I, h ad lylllidcin being the reverne wa round to th" ioiiveliloiinl, thin tiKiklnij for tappet iirei HMlhlllty and allowing the ' to be urn (I for in 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 u lieceNnoi leu, Tile t peclal Siillldnrf manneto In j a,-o .... I... ..it..,. i .a...!.. I i.lj.n1 Mt M I l I'.l fl'IHl IIUIIU I1IM1 " I ll'l' n the front end of the V, whlli the roar end i,i taken up by the ntaitlnn motor. Only the k netator and pnmo ale out nid,i the ', llieiie beiiiK net low ilown on tlii- rli;ht nlde. where Ihey are ne eennlhlc ai;d yet io not lliteifele with the Vahes. Cars in America "In no other antoiuohHe eiiKlne of the prewnt day ban (he problem of i reanliiK the power without Im reus ing the horc and ntroke or th" fuel orisumpUon peen worked out to nucb n remarkitble,"ileKrt'e of ifficiency an in the Mitchell Hix of '16," nald t. . Ma n ii, In npeakiiiK ithiuit the Mit' li" (ar yentcrdiiy, thr? firm of I". S. Mann & Holm beiiiK the illntrihiitorn for thin car in New Mexico. To prov,. hln eontelitioti Mr. Mann nulimitted the folluM Inn i lippinir from a ri ' ent copy of the M itchell-I.ewin catalomie: I While the bore and ntloke of an eiinliiti ate gem-rally incepted an a bnnln on hh h the borne power In f la- , ured, in "the Hix of 'Hi'' nlx-ej -Under' llttilne we ponltively have developed n pov r plant that dlnplat eH thin ne-j cepli-d method of coinpiitin home, power, ; Kor liinlince, in "The Hix of 'Hi"1 ennlne with a bore of only i'j, Inclien and niroke of oonly 5 tit hen we luuc t , more power than any eUKlne tf (.iiiab nine but develops more power than' noilie ennluen Willi 11 Kleat (leal larger bore and liirner nti'oke, j Thin uhuiidam of power, the nuper-; Ibxlhlllty, the nllenec and the nbHenee of vlhratlon nuikiH the effort on the part of the ciikIiii- no nliKbt in itn iUic leHponni I,, very deinuntl made on It that the ,rlver'n ImpreHnlon lnj that of lontlollliiK n car that In pro-; polled bp Home force entirely apart from the car llneir. 1 The remai liable efficiency of thin blKh-npeed einlne I" dm to the in-: KcmIoiih deniKII, the ilialily of llliltei-; lain lined and the uccurate workman-j nlilp employed In itn count ruction. j The inbloc cylinder cantlnti In It-i (IrttlKM I" entirely otiMlnal and, not withntantliiirt the Bhort time nlnce It ivan announced, ban already been in. cepted a a nlaiidaid by whii'b other maiiiifacturern are planning their fu ture protliuin. Tile water pannacM are cant innitle the cylinder - hlne, eliminating tlie water manifold and other piplnuM. The intake manlfobl In alno elimi nated and the Itnj field carburetor In attached directly to the cylinder bloc. The pannane for Ihe InconililR Kanen Is iui to poratcd In the cylinder hloc, and hcinn completely nurroiintle, hy hot water, the charm- Ih pre -heated, Iiihiii inn perfect cirlnireliou. To tin- in coinlni,' KiiKen travellnn nuch a nhort dlntanre s din- In part tlic liirrcaneij 'li-Mhllity or Ihln ciiKine, The reciproi-iilinK partn, which play Milt-Ii an iinorlunt part in the In i it-nned efficiency und nlli-nce of thin engine, in workimiiiHhlp, iiicuracy of fitting and lialauc,- are etpialei) only I'l the very hinhent priced uirn. HOW TO "KEEP YOUR CAR' i I'lili't nlide your whet-In by locking i the Inaken too niiihleiily. Inin't allow your car In ' ntauil In piidtlh n of oil or water, an neither one , ii koimI for your tires. Itcuieiulier that the pan. eimine and other mechanical partn of the car ' mIk in It I' he kept clean. ! Iiiiu'l turn corneiM loo fant. While 1 1 liis may neem npcctaculai'. It tn always i Inn tl on the tires. ! Never open the throttb' loo illicitly, luil uive Ihe motor a chain e to pick up KintHuilly. Keep your brakes adjusted. l-'amlllnrbe yournelf with Hie line of the hand lever brake and thus bcpre pat Td for i-inerueucleH. lit- null- to releane Ihc clutch before nhlflinu gear. ' Iion't accelerate too tpiiciay; thin oilmen Ihe tar to Jump and the motor (lo pound Should .Mill detect any unusual noise ;whlle runuiiiK. Mop ;thc cause at nine. ! Kxamiiio the ear loom- nuts anil holts and investigate occasionally for ' l.on't lace your i nnlne under an) i ir' Uiuslatices. Keiui tuber that a Min nk from the car mi-alls oil needed. ' 1 Never take your tar out until you are mi.- it m properly lubricated, lie sure your brakes are ifdeasctl be fore aUemplliiK to move cur. ! When you undertake to tnake any .ellin-tnii'iits on our ear, remember tin- nth i.e of Ihivy I'rockctt: "lie ntire von are riKlit, then ro ahead." Never fo!,l the lop back when It ;l vit, as this will cuuse the top deteriorate lapldly. limn l, t Muir ciiKine labor Moinn .... .. ... . .. cm .1 c.-i, t.t .. .. ' II 1 .1 I.IM l I I I I .11 '- l'.l,l oi It Seal if ih fcssal y. lon i f.ul to cover the radiator and ho. ui vi ilh a blanket of robe when car is li fi M.i ndiuir In the cold. Thin keeps much of the heal tn Hie coolhiK sys tem and facilitates the stattinn of the motor. Ki'iiieuibi-r that In colli weather a i;asollnc eiiKlne must bo tun slowly nil Ill it warms up to ttn normal tempera ture before it can develop its max!-1 mum i fficieiicy. j Ti s-t vour baitei lcs every two weeks! Willi hydrometer and In that way) make sure that b.tltcty in properly j ihatiii-d j Kvatniue battery cvi ry two weeks to j .-co that pi. tli it are tovircd with clit tilled want. Vindictive. I.M.l I.. ...II ,. tl..,W-l,IV- I...I llobt . his f.ith r was about'!,, admtmstcr the usual puuiMiiiicnt. "UenicinhiT, HoLMc in Koinj, to hill t im- ni you." ' he .inl. re than it "tiuni does - "I hop,- t pt'lilaiit hoy. P es." replied the utile- Our "Wonder Sale" of dress goods and silks begins Mon dav at 8 o'clock. Come earlv: II llll ,- eit'.'S . llll 708 West ENGINE IS REACHED EASILYJN CADILLAC I'hanucs in the Cadlllae affe't prin cipally the nivrsfilbllity of the ciiKine and the appearance of the ear. The etiKlne remains the !i0 decree elRht-cylimli-r V-type that the company made familiar hint year. The electric niotor-fienerator, ltfnltlon apparatus and carbureter are so mounted with I relation to the cylinder blocks an to 'afford cany accessibility to the valve I by removal of nothlnit more than the I platen which enclose- them. I TK iw.Hii-u ne,, nt. a tinnroveil UesUn.-, the open type vvil!i lilKhernide lines, new cowl, new hood and u high- I or radiator w ith round.'d corners. all f which alteration, add to the dis till, lion of the car's appearance. Splashers arc fitted to the front of the radiator and nlotK the intilde of the front end of the frame. Ne.v doMk-n luad and .side lamp are mi d, with a toniieau lamp on the curb side, in the back of the front Scat, to Illuminate the uteri. Inside the bodv, the driver finds the chit.-h and brake pedal net two Inched furth- r forward, w tth the dash act for ward a correnponditi( dWalice, and the znM hmn button in the center of the stci-rtna wheel. The auxiliary sc its in the tnnm-uu fold into recesses in the back of the front neats out of the v when not In une. IMOTOIMSTS AUK MOUK t'AltlTl I.. I ' Inirlni; the five years from 1S09 to 13H tin- number of automobiles In ,i'use increased more than twice as rap- V ,m "'""'' of latatiuen a.ts.-u !PV 'Item, says u report issueu uj me I'nited States department of com. nu rce. Comparing mortality figures given in a prehmiruiy n port by the bureau of the census with figure showing the numlH-r of automobile In une, the department of commerce nhows that, while the number of automobile reit tmrtd increased from 200.000 In 19! to 1,730,000 nt the end of tSH. or 77i per cent, the number of death due to "Cadillac-Standard of the World a phrase or a fact? IS Tl I M Cadillac, in fact, the Standard of the World? Is it the one ear which is accepted as a pattern of excellence and efficiency? J,Kik hack over the past twelve years and ask yourself what other car lias wielded so wide an influence over the industry. Ask yourtelf if motor cars, as a whole, are not better cars today, because of Cadillac progress! vciu'ss and Cadillac, initiative. You recall that the first Cadillac was also the first practical, enduring- motor car. You remember the eriod in which the Cadillac inaugurated the .thorough standardiza tion of tarts. You remember that the Cadillac accomplished also the first production in large quan tities of a really high grade ear at a moderate price. The introduction by the Cadillac of electric starting and lighting is still fresh in your memory. And you know finally, that the Cadillac as a climax to its other construction contri butions to the industry, brought forth the higli-sced, high-efficiency V-typc engine. Around the world that Y-typc multi-cylinder engine is admittedly the zenith of de sign and of efficiency. And the Cadillac has pushed the process of perfecting the V-type engine to the high est jKtint yet attained. I'poii its first appearance, the Cadillac Kight received the unique tribute of a larger purchase on the part of other makers than any other car has probably ever known. its scientific design and superb workmanship compelled their most intense admiration its performance was pronounced nothing short of marvelous. If the Cadillac had not been the standard of the world before, the V-type multi-cylinder Cadillac would have made it so. Jt has become the standard of the world in smoothness and in swift acceleration, in flexibility and in hill climbing owcr. It is the world's standard in its incomparable roadability, its luxury, its ease of opera tion and control, and in absence of fatigue after long journeys. These characteristics, added to its world-u.ide reputation for dependable and enduring service, have furnished for the industry, .w inspirations new inccntkxs tide goals' fur ambition. Is not the Cadillac deserving of the title it has so long and so honorably held? Is not the Cadillac, in fact, the Standard of the World? STRONG IAUTO COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS Central per cent In an area containiiiff Sti per cent of the population of the country. Thus, automobiles have increased mure than two and one-third 1 linen as fmuch In five years as the automobile fatalities. A comparison based on the increase In the late of automobile fatalities per 100,000 population, which the report Mates is a more reliable basin, because the accidents in a Riven area of pop ulation will tend to be proportioned to the number of machines in that area, shows that the increase of 77." per cent in number of automobiles has been accompanied by an Increase of i.'iS per cent in deaths. On thin basis, the fatalities have Increased only one thlt'd iik much as the number of vehi cles. "The fmures appear to furnish am ple justification for the conclusion that Ihe automobile today is being driven with renter care and more re gard fur public safety thun it was a few yearn ao," concludes the govern ment report. mi i:nm: owxkus. t fasts have been known where new.-.-, paper or other periodical "ads" have continued to bring results for yeats following their publication. One Mirh Instance has come to the attention of the I'dds .Motor Works, first advertis-, em of motovehicles in this country. An imiuiry, containing a dipping of an advertisement wan received from a; prospective car buyer in 1-vi rKteen, Va., which appeared in 1901. It wan ono of the fust automobile "ads" ever, published, and featured the old curve-: dasll car an the "best thing on wheels." The postmark showed the jletttr wan mailed nioi'f than fourteen lyears after the Old Motor Works ad-' vcrtisement was printed. The $1.29 line of silks is a big '"Wonder Sale" value. Our windows tell the tale. The Economist. Krai ciutt troblm purche. alt or trrnlo r Mtitlr -lv!1 hr ,Iniiml want nl- t:- ol ttum; lit. in Is- ti t'-'l-i NEW MODELS KNOWN . BY SERIES, NOT YEARS J. Walter Maker, president of the Hupp Motor Car "corporation, has an nounced that Hupmobilcs will be den-i lsnated ly series an! not by alleged j yearly types. The present model Hup-1 mobile, which was first brought out anj the 1916 model "X," will be known! hereafter as the Series "X" Hupmn bile. . 1 "One manufacturer after another kept movhiK up the date of these year-j ly models, until the competition to he I the first to bring out new models be-i came nn keen as the production of. Automobile For Liability, Property Damage & Collision INSURANCE Consult us before placing your Automobile Insurance BERTHOLD SPITZ General Insurance 314 West Gold Next Morning Journal iui Phone 257 high grade automobiles," said Mr. Baker. "It becume so bad that seme Companies thin season brought out their 1916 cars in April, 1915. "This practice has been most con fusing to the automobile buying pub lie, and most unfair to owner, dealer and manufacturer alike. Hereafter we will make such chatiKcs us are found practical by our engineers as new in ventions are made, but thin does not necessitate the announcement of a new model." 36x40-inch silks, "Wonder Sale" price, 98 cents. Mon day. The Economist. May Into. The Economist. t.r: , t t,. iti, -r.