THE OAYTON NEWS.
TOO MANY ELECTRICAL ACCES
SOMES MAY DIIAIN BATTIIHY
It is difficult for the motorist to
day lo carry liimsolf back Ion or
twolvo years, to Iho lime wlion all
raw woro cranked by hand and
wlion the most powerful headlights
woro dopondont upon acolylone roa
for tholr brillianoy.
Dut let the battery go "bad,". and
lot tho averago man get out lo crank
his car orí a rainy night, wUh Uio
road anklcv-dccp in mud, and ho will
realizo hoW deeply ho is indebted
lo the storage battery for much of
his motoring comfort.
Not only s his engine started and
hiB way illuminated at the touch of
i button but numerous othor con
veniences have been added which,
a few years ago would have been
considered foolish flights of the im
agination. Many of the luxurious sedans of
loday arc utpiippod by the manufac
turer with electric cigar lighters,
I'loctric stop illuminators, and nu
merous other electrical appliances
thai add lo the comfort and Joy
Where such appliances are stand
ard uiuipmen(, installed by Ihc man
ufacturer of the car, it can be taken
for granted that they do not make
too great n demand on the capacity
of the storage battery. The car tie
signers have seen to that.
Hut some car owners add so many
electrical contrivances that, in the
aggregate, they are a heavy drain
nn the battery. This is sometimes
tine of the reasons for its apparent
inability lo retain a charge.
Mr. J. Allen Wikoff, manager of
I he local Exidc station, says on this
Hiih.iec(,"Hcatiiig devices of any kind,
such as electric vulennizors, electric
eignr lighters, electric steering
wheel warmers, ele., consume far
more current than does the ordinary
And willi the average owner using
his cur in the winter only for short
runs very often at night his gen
era tor can only put into his bat
tery a limited amount of electrical
energy. If I here is added too many
elecric applliances which consume
current in excess nf what Hie de
signers intended should be drawn
from Iho battery, it is easy to see
what will happen. It is the old case
nf "burning the canille at both ends.
It simply can't be dono for any
length of lime.
"Those various elect ric appliances
are good things. They add lo the
joy and convenience of motoring.
Hut before loo many are added, it
would he well to consult a reliable
service slution and see that the bat
lory is in condition to stand the
additional work imposed upon il.
"With very liltle trouble the gen
erator can lie adjusted to give more
eurrent if necessary, but the com
petent service man can readily tell
if this is necessary, l'lay safe; ask
him first, if you would gel the ut
most from your battery."
under an amendment lo the tax re
vision bill adopted today by'the son
ato without a record voto.
Tho senate accoptod a compromise
amcndtnonl striking out Iho provi
sion Imposng a (ax of CO cents on
surety! bonds and on nil policios of
guaranty and fidelity insuranco in
cluding policies guaranteeing litios
lo real ostatc and mortgage guar
Senator Caldcr. republican. Now
York, offered an amendment to the
corporation tax section oxoinptlng
from tho fifleon per cent corpora
tion lax, corporations "organized ex
clusively for co-operative homo
ON CHICAGO DENS
Chicago, Nov. 7. Sheriff Charles
W. Peters today assigned twenty
deputies to State's Attorney Robert
S. Crowe, to aid tho latter in what
he has announced as n campaign lo
clean up vice m Chicago anil also
to "clean up the police department.
wenty additional deputies will be
given Mr. Crowe within a few days.
I'he deputies were assigned at the
request of Mr. Crowe following his
allerculion with Chief of Police l-Mlz-maurice
over vice conditions.
Coal production in Colorado show
I a marked improvement in the
eek ended Oct. 22, according to a
eport issued Monday by tho United
Slates geological survey. In that
eek there was 2..1 por cent of a
full-time outnut at Colorado mines
compared with 03,1 per cent the pro
Washington, Nov. 7 The supreme
court Monday upheld contention of
the city of Springfield, III., that pub
lic utilities operated by municipali
ties can be exempted from jurisdic
tion of stale laws regulating pri-
ulely owned public utilities corpor
Santa l'e. Nov. 0. Uniletl States
District Attorney George It. Craig,
today recommended the appoinl
meiif of Albert Clancy, Santa l'e. as
his assistant here. Mr. Clancy was
peaker of the house in the Fifth
MORE THAN 10.000 JAP
WOMEN SIGN PETITION
PRAYING FOR PEACE
ACOSTA SET WORLD'S RECORD
New York. Nov. 1. Caleb Hragg,
i hairnian of the contest committee
nf Hut Aero Club of America, an
nounced today that the lime of 170.7
miles an hour mudo by Herl Acosta
at Omaha yesterday, was I he world's
record for a competitivo flight, if
Iho fimires were correct. Tho pre
vious record, he said, was 17t miles
an hour, mudo by Lieut. Georges
Kirsch, of France. Hying for the
Muerlhe cup last October.
The record lime for 1920, made
hv Captain Mosoly of the army air
siurvico at Mitchell field, was 150.5
miles an hour. Mr. Hragg said, add
ing that previous figures of 178
miltw an hour for Mosoly woro
wrong, us the course as chocked by
Iho Hcodcli survey was 110 miles
inslopil of 139 as planned.
LEFT ESTATE FOR SCHOOLS
Snrincfield. Mass.. Nov. 4. The
will of Ellen V. D. Hazleton of New
York Cily. who died in Westfield
filed today, disposes of moro than
S100.000 in nublic bequests. The
largest amount settled upon any in
Mlitution was S25.000 to the school
hoard of Chillicothe, Mo. The will
also provides that $20,000 bo given to
the board of Ottawn, Kans.. for the
upkeep of its public schools. Under
the terms of the will these amounts
mo to bo forwarded to the wester
dates at the earliest convenience.
Tho money, in part, will come from
tho proceeds of the sale of the old
Hiulolon homestead in Wostfiold.
Tho city of Springfield also will
vtuseivo $1,000 to lie used to proMiie
m public drinking fountain in mem
ory nf the lute husband of the testa
trix, James Hrown Hazleton. Mrs.
llHKlelon died May 23 if this year.
AMENDMENT WOULD SUUJECT
. MX INCOME TAX RETURNS
TO CONGRESS INSPECTION
TATE PRODUCTION OF COAL
REVEALS MARKED INCREASE
II TY WINS UTILITIES DECISION
Washington, Nov. 7. Madame Kaji
Yajinia, an 89-yoar-old Japanese
woman, presented to President Har
ding a memorial signed by more
than 10.000 of her countrywomen
praying for (he success of the dis
armament conference and for ever
lasting peace throughout the world.
Madame Yajima for the last thirty
years lias neon president o une
uiianese Women's Christian Tem
tho world's visible supply.
(ir tuts amount the twelve fed
eral reservo banks hold k totul of
3,800 million d .P.irs.
MetH which ha. been p urmg
into this country ever siujc !-
clo.e l the wir '.as avo aged 75
uiilh-m Jollars jr nibly lb i year.
TWO MORE BREWERIES GET
Washington, Nov. 7. Prohibition
commissioner Haynos today approv
ed the application of two breweries
Lioberman of New York and Ful-
genspan of Newark. N. J., to manu-
faaluroand salí medicinal boor. This
brings tho total of authorized brcw
oriog lo four
ARIJUCKLE TRIAL OVER A WEEK
San Francisco, Nov. 7. Tho trial
of "Fatty" Arbuckle for manslaugh
ter was continued today until No
vember 14 by consent of both sidos.
The court announced that tho trial
positively would begin November 14.
Bring your whoat to Otto-Johnsot
Merc. Co. Market price on day of
dollvory, or will contract for future
delivery. Clayton or Toxline.
ANOTHER BONUS BILL DEFEAT
Washington;. Nr. 7. Another ef
fort to writo tho soldier's adjusted
compensation bill into the tax re
vision measure failed' today, Uio
senate rejecting, 82 to 20, the Sim
mons amendment' proposing to pay.
tho soldiers out of the (Merest oiv
tho liroign debt.
Six republicans supported' UiO'
Simmons amendment; and'omr Dem
ocrat, Myers of Montana, V8fud:
against it. The Republicans Wifev,
Capper, Johnson. Knnyon, Ladd, La
Follelte and Morris. 1
A .'0-MILLION-DOLLAR VAN
Fifty million dollars in govern
ment securities, including coupon
bonds and treasury certifícales, woro
conveyed through the downtown
section at noon yesterday.
The Federal Reservo bank was
shifting its bond department from
the American Hank building, Eighth
and Delaware streols, to tho ninth
antl tenth floors of the bank's now
21-story structure ar Tenth street
and Grand avenue.
Forly van loads of furniture nnd
banking fixtures were moved, but
a big currency van belonging to the
bank moved hot SO million dollars
in securities in three trips. Guards
accompanied Iho van and a police
car occupied by detectives in civil
ian clothes followed.
While the headquarters of the
Federal Reserve Hani; will not be
moved from the R. A. Long building
until the night of November 15, var
ions departments of tho bank now
occupy six floors of the new build
WORLD'S STOREHOUSE OF GOLD
New York, Nov. 7. Gold holdings
of tho UnTlod Slates, the world's
sole creditor nation, mounted to a
new high record last month, approx.
imating the stupendous sum of 314
billion dollars. Statisticians esti
mato this to be 35 to 40 por cent of
Wellington, D. C, Oot. 20. In
romft tarx returns mado lo tho treas
ury by corporations and individuals
would be open lo Inspection at the
request &f cither house of congress
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DETERMINED to lead the
battery business back to
normal, Prest-O-Lite has made
the second drastic price-revision
since last September. The price
then was $35.90. This was cut
to $31.15 in December. Today,
the exchange price is $23.50
$12.40 less than the September
price. And a better battery I
These are brand-new, fresh,
long-lived Prest-O-Lite Bat- ;
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Fords, certain models of Chev
rolet, Overland, Buick, and :
27 other cars and trucks." Drive
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