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EIGHT ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1916. "3 A n n r r' rx fr n n r . rn 78 X V LJ N L S .Zr- J LJ ii J L n-J . lJ L 1 -r ':;;v'i,",' : V:;.v r'!.';,:!::'r',,;,: r--' ii The Most Economical Car In America SAVE HALF THE COST OF UPKEEP WITH A FRANKLIN Because They ADJUST LAMP, BAR GLARE, SAY EXPERTS That better nilJUHlitic nl of uulomo bllo hwnlliwhu may overcome the an noynncc and rlhk of glare Is the '" elusion Indorsed by the standards com mittee of th Hoclcty of Automobile I2nnlrir-rs At It January meetlrig. The electrical equipment division of tlii- coiiirtiltti-c, which has been Ifivi- tllMtihR the glrre question about (Wo ye.nr, recommended lh:il: , "Where there Ih tint suf flcicnt light 1 Qstricll in me lllli'lH ill ill lllgliway location ito reveal clearly "II pentomi,' vrhlele jor other objects fur in leant l-'i'l feet, 'thf headlights of any motor vchit I in motion shall give sufficient Iwhl to 'i'u any prison, vehicle or other ob i.lect on tni- ro. ill slrnlght ahead of 'Niu h motor vehicle for ut c(mt K,o feet. Tht headlights shall be arranged no thut no portlm of the reflected beam I of llh'lit. when measured s venty 'feet or more ahead of tin RAPID CHANGES 1 THiTlT 1TWTfflnBBFT " lltgiTmrTn III FASHION ME PRESENT ORDER Hold tin world's gasoline record. Travel 860 miles on low pear in SO hours. Travel New York to Chicago on 1 gallon of oil. Average 10.(KH) miles on ;i inle set of tires, -re the most economical in upkeej) cosi. Arc the easiest riding and driving. See Them at Korber's (iarage J. Korber & Company Thanes AVrk' .1iM iVh nisliibiitors. 2 1(1- .'JO Xoflh Second PtCIAl eUMWCaPOMDf MCfl TO WORNINa JOUftMAI.) New York, IV!,. r,. Tii "dn'ss-up" i iK'iinn niTmn to nine tiikcn n strona "VP hold tin iih. oni' unit nil. (nir kIiiih lumim. t-hiUllwindowH nn-si ni u.mdi rfiil i hanuis br. motv than lorty-two lnrhM i.bovj ,.HCh dlty am, mir aV(.,u. hilH !.,.. thi Ji'vi-l 8titf;i. e on which the vt-hlcl.-, vprltublp kulfliloc'op,. of .'.tiru:tivo NtundK. Hurh hcfidliRhtH nhiill Kivc Kiif-llv cnwnnl i,it.i u,.,.i,,.u flclcnt hidi' illuminutlon to Indlcuto any fifr.ion, vchlclo or tnibntanlUI ob Jpct tfti foct to the nklp of wild mo tor vchiilc ut a point ten fort ahead of the iumim. The term, 'hrnm of light,' Hhull be conctrued hh mum runs lh Approximately pdraUel fucullted rays wuthered nnd projected try u re- U U thp openlnir of the new season. :ilthoiiRh the froft and "unp of old winter Rtill llnfrcru, which caused us tn look with more appreciative eye Hum usual on the new offering In froths, KUitH and hats. Hut, le,ivin aside thes flatterlnit elements, there Is really more of beauty and smartness lr this Reason's stvles than we mve ( t'lector, lens or other device. Jty properly foi iiHlnu the electric hi,a 'or nany a year. bulb and bending the lump supports to! 'Nlrleh THjimiluy oa fnM'kx. llrect the inyii correcily, H Is sitbl t In J ' the sinnrt trimming for: nverute hfinlliRht can be rendered'"" P'O'inents, nnd It promises to re-1 practically hoii-rIki'Iiik. HALF A MILLION CARS A YEAR, IS FORD PLAN! MEXICAN ARMY OFFICERS ALL LIKE THE CADILLAC On, Alvaxn tibrcKfin, thn itmn ho shipped Villa and was largely Instru mental In pnltliiir I'tesidi nt 'nininz.i where he Is, Is the latest prominent Menlciin to buy a Type ii. The rut was recently delivered by K. It. I'lrtle, Ioufi!uH, Ariioim. 'rronii hud n 1H Ciulillac before he becsme president and lately tioneht nix of Tvpe f,3. The i, .idlll.tc t'leur li.ii House" (toen'l IrtiH y Retting rnited up in Mcxtrtui politics by mult-iiitl-ntcV rih prophet i'n. but cnsdel Uig li.fci.,i't i.h lit act'MUen in his HHil llltl tl-fits It doe Vi in that Vef tlm itn of ihi'e tulinAs buys u Cud liiac h aspires to IiIr-Iht thiiius. Villa likes Cadillacs, too. lie is wild to have helped hluelf to a couple In lecent bonier fracas. If you should deliberately set out tit find the w.irnt combinuticn ot bad roads, hot sand, sleep Item herous wlopes und unfavorable atmospheric conditions you would prolmbly find It tu M'Vli'o. And the f'adlll.ic seems t. be about the most Hiivssfu c'lr in M.iudinn up IHidiT these extreme renditions with Mitn" waifure tlnowtl In, Aboiii two inoiubs tiRo, while In this (w. city, iiriier.il t'aetro, of the O.'inana army, puiehatird rmllllac, Model r.:t, front W. W, Htt'iintt, of the .stuuitt Auio eompsny The cur was shipped from here to ih border, where II wan ie relvfd ty tielieral Castro. themselves to the render. Two Insur ance companies that write automo bile ncrldent policies lei (illimeiid the Use of ( bin iih. A slow pare will obviate the nec essity of usiiik the brakes In the ma jority of Instances, for braking should b avoided when iitteinptlnit to re pain control dutiiiK skid. If the rear wheels can lie made to resume rolling tifter the front ones, the slide will be over. The first Impulse Is to Jam on the brakes hard, with the result thai the driving wheels I ill mediately lock. If the front wheels be thrown Im mediately In the same direction as the rear of the car started to slide, the tendency to keep up this process until the ear lands up against the urb or wane other obstruction will ,. counteracted, up, t proRress ciabwlsn arrested. CADILLAC EIGHT FIRST OVER MOUNTAIN ROAD IF YOU MUST SKID, HERE'S PROPER WAY I'nlil ii Cadillac Klein re.cntly mad the trip from I'eindali' to Lily mine,1 llumbuliit rount, Calif., boasted a road tluil no motor car had ever dii-j versed. Ciiiiseiiuciit ly, the w hole couii-i ty lor a week bus been discussion the' feat of the Cadillac In sufiiiountlnit , lirbihts hitherto Iniposslblr for an all-' toiiioblle. i Not only am the (trades between the! o points exceptionally heavy, but Hit' ) road rises utradily t hrouuhoiil the en-! jure distance. The gradient on some I portions ot the loud vailed from 37 to 41 per cent. Tln'HC and the steady forward pull had nlwiiyx proved ill defeat of ambitious motor mr owners, jand . W'etniore was told that he .coulil nt make the climb with hlS iidlll.i. r.U.hl. lint Mi. Wrlniore wusi not deterred, lie drove the car and carried five other men, the romhlned welwht of the pnsseMKCi' load belnn 1.2I2 pounds, one of the men III the car had 1 n over the road in a wagon a few das before the motor trip, slid it the mere idea of an au tomobile k"Iiih the entire distance. The task to which the Konl Motor! company has set Itself Is a half million) cms from Auuust to August. Iistj year the production schedule of 300,-1 000 Fords was reached by the pre-j scribed time with 8,000 cars to spare, i The Koid production for AuRust.j September, Ortobrr n nJ November was tibout 6 2-3 per cent lurirer than llast year. This means there Is already I every Indication that the Doo.000 car. schedule will he curried out, The, Ford Motor company now has about S.000 omenta. There arc a mil lion Ford curs tn operation. In other words the Ford Motor company makes one-half of all the motor cars in the Culled Mliile and there are n hundred motor car manufacturers in this coun try. , It Is a stupendous task to Rive ser vice to a million Ford owners. Yel, that Is accomplished by the k, 000 Ford Representatives. With all this tinny of i Ford men, Willi all the Ford assembly! .branches, with 1 1 1', (100, 000 worth of I Ford parts distributed at all times i in ever city, tow n, vlllane and hamlet jof (he country, one run hardly pet out of "the r.one of Ford service." DODGE FIRM LISTED FOURTH IN PRODUCTION tiktddinit Is the result of Ihe failure 'f on.! force to eounlciai t unother. The momentum of the machine Is In! seta of Us miction. The tendency j i nn- nmj, moMiiR oony o vei rooies j jlug)u,,i uuiM-onii,i i, leiii I urn, null fhev uliit.. in th., .lit. ...I1.,,,, tu,..- u..i... onuinitllv niotinu 1'fhis Hie 'ailill.ic did. llowrvrf. W An an' absolute pieventivr of skld-"l,: 11 "'"Klc stop -mm Ii to the etatKI dinij iii'imkld thnlim 111 suKueal cation of all In the car. liMJ..1 "' ai .li-uni . . . 1 1 imi ..i.ih.ijc. .'i',m..ii ii. ..j i i iu..i...m nunrin Accordintt to Automobile Topics, i trado uuthotlty, recent figures of busi ness done by the various motor cr companies for the firm nine months of l!Ui, put Dodfie Mi-others in fourth place. IoiIkc lirolhers have no dealinit with the. financiers, ns th buslntss is owned entirely by the brothers, John F. nnd Morace K., but the figures were submitted to Wall street by another company which placed itself conslder- lably farther down the list. I No announcement on production j plans for next year has been made by .txidite llrothers but It is known that I several new buildings are bein j rushed to completion and that Ihe to I la I floor space of the plant will be I more than sixty acres w hen these th'm , huilditiRs ate occupied. Prtn)-sl(iililer Frock flam), ti Imnied &ilrt. main In favor well Into the sprlnK. There is already a hint here and there, liow ver, that designers and manufac. ti'cers ore tentatively reachinfir out for bn attractive succt-ssor. In one of the Mnart shops the other morninjr, a most attrncllvo afternoon dress was display, ed; it was made in Kussian effect, was very simple, and spariimly ornament ed, the only tiimmitiR, In fact, beinn bands of ostrich in the same shade of blue as Hi, dress, edKiiiR the hlRh, tilunding Killar, the cuffs and the low. Sixes and Eights Tli'''liji.u'i:gtT vi (),. it-'. v ,;, Sri-i-it-li.:.u'i,')- Touring v. X'OW OX DISPKW AT OI K S AI.I'.SROOM. BE FAIR W YOURSELF SEE THE MITCHELL . t.h ".'; it IVi'iii,i:.'il AV'-;- I ', s ; ,S".'.'i P. S. Mann & Sons Distributors (or Xeu Mexico 211210 X. .Sr.COXD ST. AIJllOUKUOrK. X. .M. DODGE CAR PRAISED FOR SAND HILL USE C. A. Kossctcr, of Valentine, Neb., Is a leading "booster" of Iode Ilrolh ers inn In th;lt section. AVrltitiK t the factory, he said: "I think the PoilRe F.rother car is a wonder, especially in this country, where you have to buck sand every trip. My work is always In tho viml nil's and 1 have to cover about lcO square miles of the worst roads earth. "I have driven my car ti.000 nit'en without a breakdown, something never done with any other car over ihe: vitiue roads. In the sand hills I go from thirteen to fifteen miles per sH loii of gUs. If 1 went north on III-' btrd road." I would uvi tjrc between flRhtrrn and twenty mil'K."' IAJAX RUBBER COMPANY NEW $5,000,000 FIRM Announcement h.is the on;;nizaiion ,,f ft OuO cmnpony to be kn llubber company. Inc., over the buxincs-t of ltuhber eompanv. lar , cent. It is the purp, eorrpsmy to rrtir,- sll been made of new 5, 000. iinO, -wn as the Ajax which will take the Ajax-Orieb as a polntf ctn e of the new i f the preferred stock of the AJ.i- irtrh llubber com pariy, and extend Its plant so as in it terulH to inert ase its ouiput, thereby meetinR the demand f,r its pVoduct which has continuall) been larsei ovrrsttlil The Alax tires me repre wi.t'd in thi-, city by Mfloskoy Auto company. 1" Moot I t I dimming on Frocks Likely to Succeed Fur; Odds and Ends of Latest Modes Attract Attention, Studebaker Dealers lbii(iiciiUc Motor Co,. Ilrriui lillu ( ti. f'ltissun A ('lom. Santa Fe Co. Itatnhill .V lluvls. Taos Co. San Mluurl Motor Co., San Mi- liurl anil .Moll' Cos. F. C. Spcrry. Coll'iix Co. In ton (iarauv A Auto I'rilon County. Tiii'iiiiicui-i-llulck Sales (iui.v Co. Ilamby Motor Co.. Curry Co. I'. J. ICmd. (iiailalupr Co. ;srit Si. Alter, loi ra iiri. Co. .lohn llockcr Co.. alriifia Co, HuiiiiiK A ( oiinrll. 'iileii-ia Co. (irorjie Keith. .Vtssim) Co. Itocki r M.-irtjn Mi Co., Sticori-o f. f. A. oriltm. .McKlnley Co. (iustav Ih'ckcr, .Xniajo Co., AH.. Co., Hi., Represents Capital W e have the strongest or ,t,raiiiation of dealers in the Stale of Xcw Mexico, ir respective of make of car. Our dealers represent a coiuhincd capital of, over a .MllJdOX AX1) A HALF DOI.I.AKS. One year ago we h a d three legitimate dialers. Today we have SIXTKKX , 'ui'sixi;ss FIRMS handling Studebak er Cars. TIIKKK Ml' ST I!K A KI'ASOX. mm j FORTY HORSE POWER $(ol SFVFH.PASSFNfSFR (O. FIFTY HORSE POWER $ f SEVEN-PASSENGER l,JJ SO A Team of Sixes You drive a team of six cylinder motors, when you hold the wheel of this National Highway Twelve Nat iona - you experience the same exhilaration and pride that you for merly enjoyed by driving your' spanking team of thoroughbreds. The ease and smoothness with which this new Highway Twelve glides over the roads is beyond your conception until you have tried it. Its performance eclipses its Sl.'WS price. The re is an abundance of power, that, swells or diminishes with out shifting- gears. CVIJXDKRS , THE FIRST NEW HIGHWAY TWELVE IS NOW HERE FOR, IMMEDIATE DELIVERY HIGHWAY "SIX" HIGHWAY "12" NEWPORT "SIX" $1690 $1995 $2375 Winners of the International Sweepstakes at Indianapolis, Ind. Albuquerque Motor Company DISTRIBUTORS OF STUDEBAKER AND NTIONAL CARS PHONE 77 C. M. P.ARni'R, General Manager. HARRY JOXES, Retail Manager. Our "Wonder Sale" of dress goods and silks begins Mon day at 8 o'clock. Come early; stay late. The Economist. lltuNinttlns tin CaiH'-ooltor. er ede of the blouse peplum. The effect wits pIcnNiiijr and perfectly Im propriate for the warmer weather. TiliuiuiiiKs for Sprint; Hats, Whether iMtrirh Sis trimming for hnta will be faxored to any oreat de cree. Ik still a question; thsl it will be used considerably, as in the past season or two, for fancies, odd little slirk-ups, balls, ros ttes and similar effects on the rhio i-niall hats whirh are being introduced as first model 'or spriuir. h already been confirm ed. Many httnrttrmde hats are hin K shown ihts (SMison. The new braids are niostlj shiny: glace t-ffecu Wlil predominate, although one sees some effective dull finished hemps and taiial.s. A new rIiov braid from Tarls resemble,, nothing so much as the scales of a fish, and it is appropriate ly named "fish scale" straw. Some flowers will be used on the new huts, nnd quantities of ribbon. The new coloes n millinery are, KeneraUy sp aking. black, which is quite as bti'on as ovi r, geranium-pink, absin thr, polish-Rold, mint-green and baby chick: the last a charminKly siiKgrs tivr title. Amonir the attractive millinery no tions beinn displayed in Hie shops, ami worn at the southern resorts, are sets con? istintf of hat, handl'KK and coilar- ttc, and fashioned of faille, or the new soft luster satins. One of the most attractive of these is developed in the new Callot color, a soft shade of pinkish lavender. The hat is very simple, a medium sailor turned up sharply on the b'ft side, havir.p no eontrastini; trimmliiK: the hair is of the same soft luster satin as the hat. anad Hie collarette, alo of silk, is corded .ilmut an inch apart, and fin ished with long ribbon cuds for trio These si Is are beinu made up in many odors and are unusually cfiVcthe as a finishing touch on an afternoon frock of silk, or one of the slver cot tons. I'lioldoiis In lli'.nilhns-s X'ow that so much attention Is being SAcn to details', and in consequence we are oil presenting a better groomed appearance than ever lefore, th: handbag ig bring (hon considerable attention. Once upon a time it wusi considered for its useful qualities j alone. Now it lends an added touch of color or lichness to tailored suit and afternoon Hock, and its appro-; priateiicss for both must be consider-1 ei'. The voluminous has of soft mor-! occo and like soft leathers in darkj robirings, the black patent leather! bajr, lined with bright red or cream-! colored moire silk, and the envelope! purses, also lined with bright silks, are good form with tailored suits. I There are some attractive novelty j striped leathers also beintt used with' dark tailored suits very effectively. Antique brocades, Japanese embroid-j erics ami dyed laces are fashioned into effective and artistic bags for the, .Uterinum gown. Several of the newest fashion feat ures are Illustrated in the afternoon frocks illustrating this letter; the cape-collar is one. the, drop-shoulder and attractive sleeve is another. The band-trimmed skirt is new and ef fective, and (he full pointed tunic is smart and becimins. CARE OF TIRES their tires at low pressure to prevent blowouts. The decreasing of the pres sure does not decrease the heating of the tiro, but rather increases it, as the side walls are subjected to a greater bendinsr strain and friction between the layers of the fabric generates heat. Due to this excessive flexing tho fab ric cracks and loosens up to such an extent that the tire becomes weak ened. The cracked and chafed fabric ruins the inner tube. "During the winter season, the mo torist does not let the air out of his tires as he does in the summer, but al lows his tires to have a greater and more eonst int air pressure; hence, the percentage of tires consigned to the scrap heap is much less in winter than in summer. "It hits been definitely determined by test, with a tire at proper pressure, that it is impossible to effect an in crease in air pressure because of the lu-ating of the tire when in use, to such un txtent that it will Injure it in any way. To prevent your tires from fainting, Kivr them the proper amount of air." DURING THE WINTER ems toj d tire.' I 'Kiibhor' Tile Willit V Ki'ilNill s, strengthen the properly lnfl.it says an official of the Fi:k com pany. "Tndei -inflation is responsible for a large percentage of tire expense." "Most motorists think that ditrinp the summer months they should ride vtiLU is tne Pan-American c Kress, t.a?" "1 don't know exactly, but i. souJ as ti it mignt be a convention of hyphenated fellow citizens." The "Wonder Values" the season at the Econd 1st. Monday.