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HAS BI6 VALUE Ingenious Arrangement To Show Tire Mileages At Factory Used A simple but effective method of j testing tires for adhesion between'many the tread and breaker strips and also for adhesion between plies and fabric is used by The Madson Tire & Rubber company of Kent, Ohio, in addition to the usual road tests. A machine run by electric motor is equipped with two specially built steel pulleys over which are mounted the tires to be tested. The tires re volve by contact with the pulleys .on the faces of which are cleats about 1-4 inch high. These cleats are about . eight inches apart and are set—some at right angles and other diagonally in opposite relation. The tires are run at the rate of twenty miles per hour over these cleats, a speedometer being used to regulate this. Each tire thus receives tremendously pow erful blows throughout its circumfer ence, or the periphery of its tread. These blows correspond to what is called 'stone bruise," which is the worst punishment of this character that is it possible to give a tire. The machine is run continuously, day and night, until the tires run about 5,000 miles. The tires are then cut open to ascertain the condition of the various parts. Tt has repeatedly shown that if a tire will stand this treatment without any sign of tread or fabric separation or other injury, it will go on the, road, without separ ation, until actually worn out in all respects. T't shöuW be clearly under stood that' this treatment is ■sense a test of the wearing quality of the tread, but is purely for adhesion as above explained. The grind of sand, gravel, rock and what not of ac tual road driving is the only reliable test of the toughness and wear resist ing properties of the tread. This is obtained on test fars by continuous driving day and night over all kinds of roads. Use 700 Pounds Pressure. The tires revolve on the testing ma chine each under a pressure of about 700 pounds. This is equivalent to the average proportionate weight sus tained by each tire on a car, so that this testing machine a ppnovimates very closely actual road conditions as regards rogd shocks. This is only one method of many of the tests employed by the Mason Tire & Rubber Co. to demonstrate the quality of its tires and to make sure beyond question of d,oubt that they are fully up to the high standard set for them. Tt is such care that en ables Mason tires to make records like that of forty-eight times over rug ged mountains and twice across a burning desert in California without serious injury. Service Tire Co.. distributors of Bi 0 Auctton Sale Three Miles Northeast of Caldwell TUESDAY, MARCH 9t»h big lot of livestock The Most Farm Machinery Yov Ever Saw Together watch for large bills OLE E. LARSON CoL Arno« J. Miller, Auct Chu. Howard, Clerk Mason tires in this city, will* be glad j to show cross sections of the tires in which the various plies of cord and fabric are embedded in the rubber, and how the interests of Mason tire users are protected by these tests to insure that the slogan "Mafson Means More Mileage" shall always "make igood " famous detective IN FICTION—STONE SEEN IN "VICKY VAN" Who. that loves a detective story, is unfamiliar with that famous character [created by Carolyn Wells, the Ameri can Sherlock Holmes, and hero of of her novels—Stone. He will be seen in the flesh in "Vicky Van." Paramount's screen version of one of w , , « • « Miss Wells latest novels, m which! beautiful Ethel Clayton is the star, and which will be shown at the Huree theatre on Friday and Saturday. Ethel Clayton will be seen in the name part, a sort of dual role. She is in reality Ruth Schuyler wife of a wealthy man old enough to be her father. With a legacy of her own, to escape the hateful monotony of her married life, she assumes a different name. "Victoria Van Allen" and dis guising herself holds weekly bohem ian parties in an adjoining house she has purchased. Her husband discov ers the game and abuses her. He is later found dead—there enters the mystery and the detective who solves the problem frees the young widow from suspicion. "Vicky Van" is a modern detective story will all the attendant thrills of a narrative of that description. It will appeal to all who like a romance with a touch of mystery and much sus pense. Miss Clayton is ably support ed by a fine cast and the direction by Robert G. Vignola, is said to be high ly artistic. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services next Sunday will be a follows: Sunday school at 10; preach serivces at 11 and 7:30. Christian En deavor societies at 6:30. A cordial welcome to these services. D. H Hare. Pastor. COLLEGE NOTES. * One of the most unique musical re citals of the year is to be given March ii the Presbyterian church under the direction of the college organiza tion of Y. W. C. A. Raymond Pit inser, the well known violin soloist will render some of the finest musical selections that Caldwell has ever list ened to. Mr. Pitinger it is recalled was one of the company of musicians in the Overland tour. Miss Alta Elmer, who is accompan ist, will also render a number of piano solos. The program for this joint re cital will be announced next week. Whilesome plumbing was being re paired in the basement of Finney hall Wednesday morning, the water, which had been shut off for the occasion was accidently turned on, as a result of the mistake the basement was flooded to a dfepth of an inch or more. All the dormatory students had the opportunity Wednesday evening of listening to Miss Clara Taylor, who is here in MisS McCorkle's stead under the auspices of the Y. W. C. A.while she related some of the experiences of her trip through Russia, during the look roR the red bail trade. mark Ffaartns Ö Ammunition Shooting Efébf closing years of the war tor's recital proved most Miss Tav ntcresting. An interesting program is scheduled for the regular meeting of the T.owell literary society, next Monday eve nng. Two duets and three original stories ar e special features of the pro gram. ing at Ten Davis this week owing to . r .„ ___ More proof as to the merits of am monium sulphide for fumigating was brought to light Tuesday by Prof. Harley Philpot. In an ingenious ex periment with that oriferous com pound Mr. Philpot placed a quantity of it above the door to room 27 The result was vçry satisfactory. Miss Margaret King has been teach the scarcity of teachers to fill the va cancies which arise from time to time. Dr. Boone was in Nampa Wednes day attending the interchurch confer ence. The Princess Kiku will be given in Parma under the auspices of the Wes minister Ouild March 12. Room number IS of F in tu-, \ hall was the scene of a little party Monday eve ning when Miss F.lma Gowey cele bt-ated a birthday anniversary. Miss Ruth Bever has been teaching at Middleton since Monday. Plans have been made for two spec ial editions of The Coyote. The Y. W. C. A. will edit the edition of March 17 and the freshman class the edition of April 7. The program which was scheduled for the regular semi monthly meet ing of the Columbian literary society Monday was put aside to allow the conference debaters an opportunity to rehearse their debate. Uriss Catherine Swectland opened the meeting "with a vocal solo. Howard Packenham of the affirmative first took the floor in the bedate. His colleagues were Miss Margaret Rudy ai;.d Russell tive were Ezra Hinshaw, Miss Eliz abeth Hines and Jim Hawkcs. Tn this preliminary to theconferencc debàtej which will be held Friday evening,!"" both teams put up strong arguments. Kijiney. The speakers oil the nega After the debate Miss Lucy Miller gave two violin solos, which conclud ed the program. i Friday-Saturday, Feb 27-28 >Vho killed Randoli ? I J V ET HELCLÄfTON 'Vicky Van ^ Çfkua&wunt^ichm> % It's a deuce of a fix to be in, isn't it—to mistake a man's wife for his daughter and make love to her before his very nose? That's what Chester Calhoun did, and he wasn't sorry—not a bit. From that day C lester stuck to her, Through the ordeal of her married'life. Through a great tragedy. And finally, through happines well earned. A most remarkable story of love and mystery. See it. ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE In "Out West 99 AN EXTRA FINE PROGRAM AT REGULAR ADMISSIONS Misses Martha and Lena Runt rick of Melba were at the college Tuesday and Wednesday visiting their sister. Miss Vina Buntrick. John Moore had the misfortune to fall in the Boise river while work ing on a raft above the lower dam at Canyon. According to witnesses of the mishap. Mr. Moore was sitting near the edge of the raft on an up turned bucket when the bucket col lapsed throwing him into the water. Wendell S. Warner of Vorhees Hall has the position of official photo grapher on the Trail staff. Dr. M. 11. Marvin of Seattle, who here in the interests of the indus trial department of the V \Y. C. A , begah his work Thursday with the chapel lecture. The Rev. H. Pollard and .1. S. Coie of Weiser and the Rev. W. F. Cockron of Ontario were visitors at the college Monday afternoon when they were in Caldwell on the way to attend the Tnter-Chnrch conference at Nampa. Russell Kinney, president of the Y. M. C. A. organization of the college, has called an executive committee meeting for next Tuesday. The post debate reception commit tee has announced as follows: Re freshments—Lucy. Miller, chairman: Chuck" demons, Mahle Diehl, Gladys Willmai<th: dUhwashinjf — Zelma Kingsbury, chairman. Hazel Hirlocker. Walter Bassett. Ralf An trim, Ardath Scarth. The Rev. Charles H. Evans of Buhl inspected the college Thursday. Miss Nichol conducted her advanc ed domestic science class through *he Nampa Condensed Milk facjory Thursday. The trip proved interest ing and profitable to the students. Ecclesia Philathea met Wednesday Miss Amy An Rcr K ave n (Democratization of Women, Baylor led the discussion with remark* her experiences m Russia. college library. — . „piendid paper on T he Miss The College Clan meets with Mrs. Paul Murphy at Finney Hall Saturday next. Jt 9 Man look if nAa/t cot"* ht iri £ IP The Dust Bmthecr Gel the Dirt thats Underneath Yon Can Do It>—If You Use An Electric Vacuum Cleaner The electric vacuum cleaner not only takes up the surface dirt—it also gets the dust underneath the rug or carpet. No nwd to go over the room with a <lusl rag after sweeping with an eleetrie vac un in cleaner. .Inst loosen t!ie bag ami shake out the dust. Cleans upholstery, draperies, and tai estrics as (hot oughly as it sweeps and without injury to them. Come to any Idaho Power store and w c shall be glad to demonstrate them to you. A ik about our easy payment plan. The ELECTRIC SHOP Idaho Power Co.