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BATt'RPAY, NOVKMTIRn W. 1»J«.
Motor Cars Add 40,000 Executives to Business Manufacturers Report Benefits in Increased Time and Brain Power WAKiriNCmm, TV C. Nov. *0 One-third more brain power I* mud* available for th* business world by autoiuobll* uaag*. Thi* 1* th* testi mony of many line* In reply to a questionnaire sent out by th* N* Uonal Automol>U* Chamber of Com merca. Th* equivalent of 97.491 men of •xecuthre caliber haa been added to the bu*lnea* world thru motor trans portation. a gain In salary-value* of "|S«J.J«S,OOO. Thos*. ricurv« are »r --rived at by applying th* one-third ftncreaae from car use to the number ©f men receiving tIO.OoO to SJS.OOO tn th* United State* a* repotted In th* latest internal revenue figure* The number of men in thi* cUaa is reported to b* 112,473. averaging In the neighborhood of 115.000 a year. Thi* gain to the individual official and th* saving In salary co*ta to manufacturing e*tabliahmenta tell* but part of the story. There Is a dearth of 125 000-a year men In the view of noted flnanclera Conse quently th* oar. In extending the use fulness of executives, t* filling a sharply felt need In buslncas Th* benefit from this service Is well distributed. The automobll* 1* not only a larg* customer for a TIRES. LIKE PEOPLE, GROW OLD WITH TIME When numerous small Hills »n<t Crack* appear in a fire It Is a »lgn of the approach of old air*. A strange thing about auto caolnft In this re •pact la their similarity to men and women. While they don't n't gray haired, they do become wrinkled and cracked, often chalky white In ap pearance The fabric In aa old lira gradually becomes brittle and hard ao that II break* easily. L4k* the bones of old people. It la difficult to knit. The tire surgeon • work Increases In difficulty with the ac of the casing. Like individuals, those whose •trench Is conserved do not so read lly show their ax*. Tha best way to preserve their usefulness la to take cue of them To hide tha effects of a** and wear, motorists frequently "doll them up." painting the aide walls and washing with cleaning solutions. Others pay no attention to their ap- and permit them to go shab by. Ortßnarfty. the smsJl cracks appear tng on the aide walla do littla harm, unless they penetrate thru the rub , bar covering to the fabric under aeath. It Is well worth tha motor lat'a attention to hara his casing* regularly Inspected. Tires age fastest when tying •round. They are kept tn best rondl lion in actual senrlca. If It la necea aary to store them, they will retain their life longest In an even and mod ante temperature and light. TOrCH INTKRKinOR POINTS Const nt um cauwi the Inter rupter .mint* to becooM pitted with | ox Id- and results In poor Iffnltlon Touch the points with a so called "emery hoard." used for roanlruiin*. which will clear away the oxide and aasure rood Lcnltlotv. The American force# In Germany, oonsistlnf of about 11,000 troop*, are completely rootorlxed. Including the artillery. Statement of Condition of The Seattle National Bank November 15 th, 1920 RESOURCES I>aam and Discount* $11.(41.194 14 13. B. Bonds . $1,464.109 61 U. S. Treasury Certlflcatea 415.536.74- 1.091,445.18 Otbet Bonds and Warrants 4.4:0.178 41 Real Estate Owned . •.»...«.™-........»..114,494 22 Furniture and Fixtures .......—. —............. 25.000 00 Stock In Federal Reserve Bank — ( 81.000.00 Customers' Liability on account of Acceptances ...» 176.177.04 Customers' I.laiillity under letters of Credit ......_ 410.245.09 Cash and In Bank .......... .............. 4.757,210.59 Total .»«»•.. ... *. ■ m • $2^421,261.00 LIABILITIES Capital 1,000,000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 901.52i.01 Circulation 996.000 00 Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank 2,166.000.00 Bills I'ayable to Federal Reserve Bank ............. 670,000.00 Acceptances * 176,277.04 Letters of Credit ... 410,165 09 Deposits ... *—..-.. ». . ..... ... ...a...... $2,197,991.14 Total —— $21,422,241.00 OFFICERS DANIKT, KKIJ.KHKR, Chairman J. VV. NTANOUK, l'r«*ident B. V. A.NKK.VV, Ist Vice President P. B. TRI AX, Vice President J. H. NKWIIKIMJKR, Vice President E. fi. AMEN, Vice President 11. C. MitcDONAl.lt. ( ashler C. I. I.aMIAV K, Asst. (ashler K. R. RKII.KY, Asst. Cashier C. W. MOHKJ9 Asst. Cashier WM. li \ 111 .K K, Mgr. Foreign Dept. It. B. JF.NKINH, Mrt. txedlt IX-pU J. H. McCLUKK, Auditor oThe Seattle National Bank Second Avenue at Columbia idUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT I J AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS, ACC6I3.SOfcI CS, Y?X TRAILERS AND TfeftCTOß.s Fit variety of (rood*, but ft lac «run*** la eo wide*pre*d that alrao*t every line of lndu*try receive* creative awl from th* of care. Th* amount of aid which a manu facturer gam* from hia car natur ally varies according to th* clrcum nuncwi and hla own inclination* Many executives reported that their automobile* aided thrm very little. If any, in a bualneea way. On thi other hand, a manufacturer of ladles' waist* In Cleveland rtportld; "En able* me to give two hour* more time dally to bunlnena." The head of an electric plant In Baratoga. Wyo. aaid: "It aarm thi salary of a man." The eiecu|lva Of * factory In lake wood. O. rej>ort** *MO per cent In creaae In effldeaflQr from car ue« The us* of automobile* Inst trad of trolley or rail connection la higher in the manufacturins clas* than In moat group* u*tng car* Forty-two per cent of their mileage la employed in thi* way The cauae for thi* la that many plant* ar* located In out lylnf districts of the city, served by crowded trolleva The executive ha* hla home several mile* from the plant In another section of the elty and It la much shorter for hfm to uae hla car In going to the pl*nL GUN BUILT OF TIRES FEATURES TIRE EXHIBIT Jnmes P. lAUrsen. proprietor of a Ooodyear Service elation at Han IMego. ral . has hla own Ideas about tire exhibits, and la usually a Jump or two ahead of hla competitors In designing Interesting and tasty ex hibits of Urea for window display. At tha recent Han 1 'lego county fair lAuraen'a exhibit took tha form of • ponderous long range gun mad* wholly from (ioodysar Urea, gradu atlng tn size from lilt at the brooch to 10x3 H at the munla. The gun cartiagw, bunt of tubes packed tn square hoxea, was mount ed on two gigantic IHI pneumatic cord truck tires, with cyllndartcai cartons of accessorial serving as spokes. The hlg Ore gun was the soma*. turn of "automobile row" at the fair and was Inspected with great Inter est by thousands of vudtonk ITALY TO EXPORT HALF AUTO OUTPUT Second to the United State* tn (he export of automobiles la Italy, which heretofore had not been'prominent aa an automobile manufacturing country. Hut while the automobile plants of the allied countries were being used for war purpossa. the Italian factortea kept right on at their original work. Bo that now that country la ready to export half of their output. The F. L A. T com pany alone Is exporting two thirds of Its production. Al*M TURTVRB Can be eliminated by wearing th* Lundt-*rg Kuptur* Support. We glv* free trial to prov* Its sup«rlorlty. A. I.LMJUKKO CO. 11*1 Tkled Ave. Seattle. To Stop Auto Quicker Than Foot Brake Of what good fta your emergency brail* wti*n you are running even at a normal speed. and a pedestrian suddenly dart* out Into your path? Application of both brake* at once ivuld not atop the car In tlm*. If 1* Ju*C thi* kind of accident that la feared moet by the motorlat be • aua* it result* most likely In a fa tairty. The pedestrian will never learn, aa every auto driver know*. JL therefore It Is up tn the (notorial himself to forestall tha folly of ths man on the street arllh a device that would atop tha autotnobllo sooner than the emergency brake. That devlca Is unw a posafbtTlty and la availablo lo every motorist at a nominal cost. The Invention has never been brought out by any tr ceasory firm, nor has It even been patented. It la Intended for home construction only, snd can be put up by any amateur mechanic. It Is given her* fof what It la worth. Oct two molybdenum steel rod»— the toughest obtainable oach about three inches longer than half the total width of ch* car. Kpch Is to be attached to each spring, serosa ths front of tha car. but between tha wheels Th whole aiiutntlus la car ried by double rods, friwn tha pincers center to a single rod which riarhi* up thru the foot board and ty-nrnee tha special emergency brake handle. With this arrangement. If a pedme Irian surprises ths motorist, the driver Immediately pulls bock the " pec la! braka handle, which opens the pinners and stioota out the bars "She Sure Has the Pep Now" • TTiis expression of complete satisfaction wu made by a customer la.it week after an unsatisfactory experience with one of the bent majrnetos manufac tured. We are prepared to jrive you guaranteed Majr neto Satisfaction. How? Because we have the best equipped Magneto Department on the Coast. Because we employ a majmeto expert of many years' experi ence. Because we carry a complete stock of factory parts. Because your satisfaction is our success. Drive in L' for Service funset JLilectrlc Cjo. East 160 Broadway, Between Pike and Pine Not Run for Money BUT FOR SERVICE Men who get technical training at the "Y** pay an adequate sum for instruction, but they cannot pay for the man-to-man, friendly service they receive from men who do their utmost to help them succeed. The rssn Y - M. c. A. aiCTt AUTOMOTIVE Mffml SCHOOL § :,*■ presents another member of the ■jHLy' teaching staff: A. B. BURKE (In charge of garage floor) Mr. Hurke ha* had 12 year* of practical auto and ra* engine experlenci-. Ht< win two year* In tha plant department of tha Pacific Telephone A Telegraph Company; THItKK ANI> ONK HAI,F YKAIts WITH FORI> MOTOII CO. AH MECHANIC, ELEC TKICIAN AND IJKMONBTRATOR. Raalgned tc» undertake com mercial iraraire bui»lnc»a until ♦•nterlntf Naval Aviation Hervlca In Ift 17 hh Chief Marhlnlat'a Mat*. Kwelvod aperlal Inntrurtlon at Knn Diego. Columbia ffnlvaralty and at I'arkard Motor* Our Co. fartory WHTItK IN THK KERVICF. Mi: If Af > CMAHQB OF MAIN TKNANfH ANO Jtl-X'Allt OF MORE THAN 1&0 TRUCKH AND ACTUM'>IUL.fCB. After discharge. Joined faculty of Y. AL C. A. Automotive Schortla. THINK OF HOW *fT7<"!TT VAIJTFJ TO TOTT TTTR FIXPERTTINCK Wn.!< BE WHIMS YOfI I,WARN OPERATION A NT» REPAIR OF At TO*. TRUCKS ami OTHER OAS ENGINE EQITUPMENT? "T * HrhoolN give AIRWAYS THK MOST HER VICE FOR THE L.EAST MONK Y. Rpeelal arranrfmmti for e*-«ervlc* man 0 Far full Information and eaaaael rail at ar write Itoom 310 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION T. M. C. A. FOURTH AT WAI>l*0!« THE SEATTLE STAR bSSTI rwr\mn» my *.%%h r.u j. iii unt Krwt llm Nwlii** Mala— I*4«*m* illikllM- filr to King county lln« It'Ml.Mi lU>iU..n JiisrltM <lno4. •UlU.im % allry Imptmku |( OMir m mnUta i*cra<iina nmA Mapla Valley go via luaaquah ai««1 l|oi»«r(, or *l* Ivan Uk« u« I'lpo Una road U*4»l» HU«* IHm*nmm4 Oao4. t allay \r* r«i! »pan from K»iu •«•(. fair balaata af rua l Vlimn|lhv|||» Ihnnl] r«!f. IHi v all • all tltf Un.Ml ItMlmiHiil t *ll t.'lty Oo(»4, Krtttiiuntl lt»ll* « ; >«»4 far paring Ntf cancrata fttad, t ■% mtlaa from op«a, grata! aac tloa g> "<i 1—.,.m1. » *|| (ll|-*oct». IW«v4 Ono4. laa* M uAh >Utlia«a4 Vl* laka Ha in mam tah » air l«aaqa>>> <lm4 lUnioa ()<n4 l4>iuu>itM t raj*fella* rwa tryrmm at •nam rtaar b«-!ng pat a«l Opaa bo»or»J Kit«mrl|« Anhiini ttlarli (Hwa«a4 N»w mitrraia mad niMti (an mtlaa baymwl Auburn. g.»>4 gia«al h«rnn(l. ala<> via H*»na rrtch Highway K*a« of Narth JUxmS <)fwxt tu *'< wiaii I'aaa Mlgtiwaf < Kr>ttm« lav Ur«H» Watar lllrar » Uraval mmldo ba f«n«t Knutqr aw I-N..1 All r<>ad( arouad Knumcita aijant ALL I'AUH |* t.CHJU Hilim—i4 IWarh K~»<l » -|oai4 ma mtla wmmi of North TruAk toad; paving un4ar any. 4*t««r % mHm l*ba<t Ptia Han t tie Vnation Nri«hta ferry dineonifnued Tba I k «a M»in«a rw»i«i» farry la In »t*af ati»a. 9K*a4 fr<xi» Vaihon Malghta aouih rlmH for i>*«ln«. VMbec roada oa u.*a4 good to lair llralan K«al Mul ffMa) New t>**am»nl aa-n for travel. «x*nt Itiuoua concrete r »a<l fr*>m 9ler>|r»n to Auburn. mm nrMi cmnrenoii Naialiy NM4g» * »*ar -4*a«n. t«a Mill ttr*«lge (h«r Ur»»n Hivor, aaar Auburn Vioaad Ortltia llndfr Naw brlAga ap*r» for fur'ha# l#fnrm»ti'.n ItftfiMf ITtag county roarta rail Main Ittl, local It Into the apoBM of the front wheel* That would vtop the cur faater than any friction brake; of nouraa. you hate to think of what would happan to your marhln* ■tut what la a $2,060, or aven a IS.MO mr to a human life* WHEN OAS WON'T ICJMTR The motorist who does not uae his marhlne for neveruJ day* will find that, on atartlng out with it, tli* gasoline will be *low to Ignlt*. Thi* la partly du* to evapotatlon and partly to chemical change* in the gaaolln* that took plac* whll* th* var wa* not in una. Th* registration of automobile* In California so far thi* year I* al •moat that for th* whole of 1919 For the flint half of 19:*o. the MM of cars registered there was 470,• 931, not a thousand lea* titan that of 1919. on. vm in win mn With the approach of cold weather It Is well to remember that a much lighter grease In the tr*nsm!**!on snd rear axle can be used. If the grt-ase is too heavy It will not work Into the bearings ana gear sets B«>me engine* also requtr* a lighter oil in winter than In warm weather. Of an amali motor vehicle*, ope has appeared In Kurope claiming th* title as smallest. It Is a one passenger car with a maximum speed of about 17 miles an hour. The power Is supplied by dry bat terie* which hav* to be renewed every four hour*. AFTKII A IjONG HIPP One operation that should be repeated sealously after every 1.000 or 1.600 miles the automobile lias been driven Is to drain the engine of all oil. give It a thorough clean- Ing *nd refill with fresh oil. At the end of 1.500 miles service, a tire should be deflated, dismounted and cleaned of all aoapston* and grit. The rims should be cleaned of rust and painted. *n»a antomohfla camping frmjnfl out Hide of Woodland, Cat, extended frea UgMa. watar. arwafa and fuel • t low ratea. to tourlata. Bo noma of tha city dwrllara moved out and nutria tha ground a permanent resi dence dlntrlrt Which remitted In an ordinance limiting the camping time to ona week. Now tha plaoa ig again a camping ground. mVI? IN RTKKRINO WIDER* NeVer permit 100 murh loat mntlon In the wliwl All parta of the ottering apparatua. from Iha •tiwli but, ahould ha kept tl*ht •ml properly adjuated It meana eaalar control and Crr-atrr uauttnee of unfeiy. | For Your Savings J | J ABSOLUTE t; SUBSTANTIAL | EARNINGS |?3 Thousand* of Northwest ft Savers have started on the l]jtj| P Iflj UjVH|e2SH. road to permanent prosperity JW f'l 6| |, invite you to follow their wise *' jj jjj 11 | | The one sure way to pro- '' 1 4 i~_ I r vide for the needs and oppor- ( y tyj II £'-■! i tunities of the future is to l<\ save from the earnings of to- k'i day. ' Here your savings are safe In the care of well known, eon servative business men of the Northwest, and substantial divi dends are assured by the fact that for 19 years our members have never earned less than Hi ' C.O/ PER4NNUM | I V /©DIVIDENDS . f Puget Sound Savings & Loan S I Association i I X. F ANDERSON ADOLPH F LINDEN. E. W. CAMPBELL, I raniniNT. v. r*K5.-r*EASumi« v. nta.-*KCMTABV U JT'j IL CORWIN S SHANK. Cotwnu J | Pike Street Crosses Third a MZ7^ a V h ' n ySmm Mild Winter Indications Favorable for Driving Motorist* need not be quirk about putting their oar* In storage thi* year; in fact, they will get plenty of use from them if they don't store them iiway, for there are many Indi tuitions that the approaching winter will be a short and mild on*. The frogs, which u*uaily seek a coxy ffpot In the mud at the bottom of the pond In early aulumn, when I Mid winters threaten. are still bark ing luatily at sunset In many sec tion*. In rural districts It ha* been noted that the muakrat 1* taking hi* tiriie about building hi* winter habi tation. In northern New York, Where winter *et* In esrly, h* 1* go Ing about his work In leisurely fash lon snd probably won't get the job finished until ("hristmsa. In noting these facta, th* United States Tire company points out that on* nlra thing about motoring In winter 1* that wear on tires la lesa In cold weather thsn In the hot sum mer months. Heat Is the worst enemy Of rubber. If cold weather lasted all th* year >ound Ur* mile age record* would Increase a max Ingly. If yon ar* going to pot ymrr car •way tn spite of the proaperf of con sidernhle opportunity for Its use. here are some things to do with re. gard to th* tire* if you want to find them In good shape next spring: 1. Wash the tires carefully out side to remove oil and grease. 2. Remove tire* from the wheels and wrap them up In i»*4>er or cloth. I. Store in a cool, dry place away from daylight. 4. If tires are left on fh* car. HEALTHY STATE OF BUSINESS IN JAVA An order whlrh 1* of the haalthy atate of huainea* on the in land of Java, lg one that haa Junt t»oen placed by a New York export <*onorrn with office* In Hoarabaya. the chief city of Java. The ordef call* for &00 KlawTl mo tor trucka and 200 at! benr Inir Ooodyear tire equipment. The trurka will \m uaed on Wie Inland* extenalvg coffea and rubber planta tions KKKr on. ofT n/MR R*ery motorlit ahould know that oil la a daadly enemy of rubber, arid oil left on the traraca floor will do mora to deatroy a aet of tl r*a tlutn hundred* of mile* of travel. Anjr oil dropped on the floor ahould. there* fmra, be rlrnped off Immediately. Jark up the mm, deflate the tlr*?* and wrap then In covera. 6. I>on't let oar utind on t!r*a all winter to do mo meana a new ®et of tirua in the spring. • • • Alrmdy the outnr>m« of the prerl dentiaJ eU-rtlon ha* be«»n rerord<*d on the roadalde hlatorlral bulletin UMirda of the United Htatca Tlr* company. At Marion, Ohio, the book earrl** thla Information: "Marlon la the home of Warron fiam&iu*! Hardin*, who waa rlN'tei 2tth pr<-*tdf»t of the United Htale* on his 60th birth day fNov. 2, 1*20). by the largest popular plurality raeorded." And at Northampton. Ma**. on* of the big boarda r» v 1« a* follow h "Northampton la the Maaaarhusett* liorru» Of OUvln who, on Nor. 2. I*2o. waa elected vice preal dent of th« T'nlt«S Htatea by the largeat plurality ever recorded tor that offlre Stewart Ford Speedometers City ordinance rajnirps all automobiles have speedom eters. Your Ford dealer sells them. Stewart Products Service Station 910 East Pike Street TAKING THE BUMPS Not only In it torture to tbe paaaenffr r In the rear of the aut/v nobllc, hut it helpe shorten the life of the car, wh«-n you drtve over trarku or road rut* wlthnut alu<-k»nlrijr up. The «prtnc*. the Urea and rime r«*t the brunt of ew h jolt*, and then the careleaa nvtorlat wonder* why hla coat of upkeep la ao much hUcher than tl»at of other motoriata. To make rtll ridlnir r>l'*aao«it and an rheap aa poaftfble, take rut* and tra/k* cautloualy. Throw out the rlutrh and apply the foot brake gentlf. Wh'f th»-re 1* room, approach place at an an*le. "ipedaDy 'onulnir railroad tracka. Both vi-ii#*-!*, In euch caee, would not atiike the bump at the name time, thua relieving the Rhock ao that It will not be dir.agreeabla to the riders In back. LOCAL FIRM SECURES IMPORTANT LINE Another bl* »tep f</rwarrl haul been m;<d«! by the Sunnet Kle»-trlo Col In having nemri-d the Northweat WIV • y for fhe HlJur Motor Appliance " builder* of the liljur lighting and . nltlon wywtem. Thin *ywt»-in I* being unrd on dbeut fifty nmlceii of trurkii. tra/-tor» and |j|'-a*tjre rare From their central wrvlre ntntjons at Heal tie and Port land. the Sunaet Klefttric Co. will dis tribute to all other service nation* In thla territory. Caroline in England !• m«imf by the "Imperial iraJlon" which I# on*fifth larger than the America* gallon. #r Cars It's to Your 1 Advantage » )aH to see page 3 in the Automobile Sections of the • P,I. and Times SUNDAY, Nov. 21 j| EIdwdceJIIJSALES® Seattle Yaktma I Spokane WalU Walla I The Home of the GMC Truck [ PAGE 7