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HIE BKI5: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1G. 101.
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TEAM IN LIVELY PRACTICE
Rourke's Players Show Well in Ani
mated Work on Diamond.
NINE XOOKS EVENLY BALANCED
TounlcNtrr .Slimr to (lonil Ailvnn
tnkc, with tlrnbli I'li-lilinn I'lml
(Inti nt Thlril I. Ike Vctrrnn
Prnctlco Oniric Todrt)'.
Animation uml ambition featured the
workout of the Omaha ball pluyois yes
terday afternoon nt Jlourko park, Uuttlnr,'
practice, base running and fielding wr.ro
Indulged In and when tlmo wan called
about,.. 4:9) o'clock every person whu
matched tho stunts at tho park ovied
Hill Hourke a hand on tho moot evenly
balanced team ho hui hnd In ycurs.
Of course, no game was played, hut
at that the you n pa tors showed oft to
Kood advantage. Qrubb looks Kood. )lo
fields his position at third llko a vet
eran, .has a pretty arm and can get the
ball across the diamond In perfect shape.
Ills strength at th ebat is a factor Mill
unknown to Omahans. JIo hit tho ball
all right In butting"' practice, and. what
he will 'do In a real 'Kramc -wUl ho. learned
today, when the VKanlcani and' raKuIam
get together for u tussle.
Thq Infield looks perfect and tho out
field Is hard to beat. Tho only part of
the, team whloli Is open to any uestloii
whatever Is tho pitching department uml
it looks better than It did u year axo.
Marinkcr Arbogast will keep his 'lien
working all this morning and this after
jioon will play a four or flvc-lnnlng game.
8hstaU will Join tho team this morning
and O. C. Peters, tho' neW right-handed
Easy times ahead fpr
Burr Van Beuren.
Uncomfortable shoes are
hard on the 26 bones' of
each foot. That's why
Burr took to wearine moc
Last Saturday the- boy's
gave Burr a surprise; party. ,
They presented him .with,
his first pair of' Crossett
Shoes. And Burr says he
never before really knew
what shoe comfort was.
WMJtOTS Mm jr
U JO la KM F. vrrraktr
UWts A. CKOtSrrr, Inc. Maktn
Vrt AHtltsa. Uih,
twlrlcr, Is oxpcatefl to nrrlvei' this morn
ing also. If he Is In any condition lie
muy bo used In tho opening game.
Tijnm Arrived Home-. '
I'a flourko und twenty-two members of
hl- sqiind arrived In Omaha yesterday
at 11:30 o'clock on the Hock Island rom
Oklahoma City, where for the last 'twe.n-ty-flvo
days they hud .been training and
preparing themselves for tho annuat
Western league ponimnt chase.
At the Union station lo m"?t the
Omaha team were about fifty fans, In
cluding Mnyo'r Dahlinan, hick Orotte,
I'ollco Chief Hehry Dlihn. -DUcll" Tay
lor, Jack Traynor and Oscar I,leben. A
squad of uutomoblles was waiting for
tho Houtkes and tho cntlro team wart
taken for a Hdo through tho city and
Into tho tornado zone, where fqr tho
first timet tho players saw tho awful
devastation which visited Omaha on
All tho players looked In shipshape
form. Including Va. Hourke. who ha
taken off , several pounds of surplus
flesh by getting out In a uniform and
playing with tho team.
Ilnnrkr l'lenseil with Trnm.
Itourko Is highly pleased with Ills tea.n
nftd tho showing It made, while In tho
south. He said, "tho boys nil' look good
and everVNf' wa had . have had better
Weather In Oklahoma! I doubt If' wo
wfculd have been any lienor oit puysi
cully. Hhcstak and Grubb both look like
world beaters to mo and Oongalton will
will fill the hole In tho outfield.
Retrenching Is already In order and
Joo Lot will go at once to the Kearney
toam of tho Nebraska Stato league. Ho
was sold outright. Ilccd. a recruit
twlrlcr. and Ilrlght, an outfielder, will
go back to tho Auburn club of tho same
lengue. Ilrlght docs not class with tho
Western league oiitflelflArs and Reed has
bienrh'lnderid by a bad .shoulder,, du to'
overwork iu'rlptfi,t))6itS9L tj? of
tho training season."
Klngdon, another twlrler, will go with
Johnny Oondlns to tho Columbus team
of; tho siato league. .Ono -others recruit
twU-lcr will be sfnt.Wlth'Johimri also, bilt
Hpiirko Is not' prepared, to say wiib this
ono. 1b ,yet. . . . , - ,
Clydo Neff. rccrult..lnfleldcr will bo car
ried by Ilourko' for Hom,6 tlmo li orcjfc'r
to glvo Scnnfon. a cjiance . td fof Inlo
forrn, but quo or, tiof other., will go ere
tlo season Is a 'month old.,'
Thn ' tareest fnetn'r conttlbUtlng to a
Wn'a silccfiss Is undoubtedly neatjn.- i
has b.eeii observed tlmt a nnin Is seldom
sick xlin his . bowolti.aio regular-ho is
never well when they nro constipated.
I'or constipation .vou will find nothing
quite so ,good as, Chambcrlrtln a Tablet?.
They not, only move tho bowels,- but Im
prove tlie appetite and strengthen ' tho
dlgcstlpn. They, aro sod by, nil driigglats.
Extra Base Hits Give Them Three
to Two Viotory.
CHASE A WINNER AT SECOND
Mnkem tlir I'lrnl Assist of 5 en son
from thnt Position When He
Standing of Teams
Uoston ... 1 0 l.UWi
St. I.ouls.. 2 Ol.ww
llrnnklvn . 2 1 .67
Chicago ..2 2 .W
rill la 1 1 SM
New York 0 2
Cincinnati 0 2
AM tin. I,BAGUK.
rhlla 2 0 1.000
Washington 1 0 l.toj
t. Ixiuls... 3 2 .COO
Chicago . 3 2 .600
Cleveland . 2 2 .601
iWlNew York-1 2 .W
.omii Iloston ... 1 3 .250
Detroit ... 1
UOSTON, April 16. HIIm for tvetra
boees kmu New Yolk a 3-to-2 victory
ovoi- thn world.'s champions today. Keat
ing, the Highlander' recruit pltchor,
twirlod In fine form after tho flmt in
ning. Chaso played a star game at sec
ond buse, making his first nsslst of the'
neason nt that position when he scooped
Clurdner's first grounder In tho nlxth
and mado a lightning throw to first.
Tears that Chase's arm had been seriously
injured In practice yesterday wcro dls
slputcd by ids work- today. Hcore:
M3W YOHK. BOSTON".
rinll, rf . I i 9 0 OHoopor. rf .. 4 2 a 0 0
Wolter, cf... I 1 2 0 0Yrkn, ?b..3 0 13 0
llrttll, lb. 4 1.0 1 ORpttker, cf.. 4 14 0 0
Cn-e. If 4 ' l 0 OLwlt. !(,... 4 0 t 0 0
ChtM, lb. .4 1 I 1 0Otrdor. Ibj. 4 10 10
Bturrett. tb.rl 1' 10 1 OJintrln. lb.. o' 1 0
Bwenr- .e. , I lit I'lWMintf, .. 4 0 10 .1 1
Youns. m t. 4 0(.i 3 0N.U'm(ilir,,'c.l 0 s 0
KrotlDt, p.. 4 00 1 HUM, p 3 I 1 1 0
Total 3 7 17 11 1 ToUlt 31 t IT 11 1
New York 0 1 1 1 000003
Iloston 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-baso hits: Sweeney, Wolter, Hart
tell. Daniels (2). Three-baso hits: Chase.
Sacrifice hit: Yerkes., Sacrifice fly:
Hteorct. Stolen bases: Speaker, Gard
ner. Double plays: Janvrln, Hall and
Nunamaker. Ueft on bases: Now York,
6; Iloston, 6. Rasa, on balls: Hall, 2. First
on errors.; Now York, 2; Boston, 1.
Struck out: Keating, S; Hall, C. Time:,
1:44. Umpires:' Hart, ond Dlneen.
Sfr. yhli-nara Trlntu St. I.onU. ,
'ST. Otri8. April Chicago defeated
St. Louis today, 5 to 3. Walsh, although
hit hard at times, held the locals safe
when they had nn opportunity to tie tho
score. Chicago scored In the third on
a base on balls and. 'Williams' error on
laird's eilsy fly.
In the fourth Chjcagtt added two more
on two Infield errors, an Infield hit and
Schalk's double. Chicago brought' their
total up to flvo In the fifth on Rath's
Walk. Collins' single and Borton's double.
Williams' double and Pratt's single In
iliu fmirth umrHl Ht Trillin' first run. In
' the soventh St. IouIb scored on a base.
UJ1 nuns ,11 uuuuie iwiu juhiioivii a ni.ib.v.
In this Inning Walsh struck out tho next
thrco butters. Score: .
CIIICAflO. 8T. IX1U1B.
Ilith, lb.. .1 Tl 4 OBhotttn. et. J
3 114 OJohnnton, u.
4 1 1 0 iWlllltms, rf. 4
4 1 It 0 01 rttt, lb... -
10 10 IBtovill, !
4 1 0 0 0 Austin, lb... I
4 0 3 tD. WUh, il
4 3 7 1 SUilentl,
l:. Wslah, p. 4 0 1 0 0Alen4rr, f 1
Atnfw. c. ...
ToU 54 10 :7 IS IMIUhdl, p.-'
Compton .. 0
KnnsKfl CMtv -
Milwaukee 3 1 .TO
Mlnnennnlis 2 2 .G00
St. Paul i 2 2 .500
Indianapolis 2 2 .600
Columbus ..: I....: 2' 2 .600
UitvMiUvtll .1 6 .17
To edo o a .wu
Nntlnnal Ienuui Boston at Phlladel
Oh la. -Brooklyn ut Washington, St. Louis
merlpnn Leairue- Detroit at Clevelund.
PhilndclDhla at Washington. New York
at Uoston, Chicago nt SL ixus.
American Ashoclatlon St. Paul at
Minneapolis. (Other teams on road).
Yesterday's Ileults. '
Boston-Philadelphia; postponed, wet
Brooklyn-New York; postponed, rain.
. Pittsburgh. 4; Chicago, 6.
St. Louis; ; Cincinnati, 3.
, American' league, i
. Chlfcago, -6: SL Louis, '3: i
' Detroit, 0; Cleveland, 9.
Philadelphia - Washington; postponed,
New York, 3; Boston, 2.
Columbus ,9; Bt. Paul, 4.
Indianapolis, : Minneapolis, a.
Louisville, 3; Milwaukee, 0.
Toledo, 3; Kansus City, 3.,
Double Steal Disposes of a Twelve-
CUBS USE NINETEEN.. PLAYEES
Gond nnd Miller llrrnk Ip I,"ot Snh
prnu by I'ullinBT Off llrnntlful
Piny Nn Chance to C'ntch
CHICAGO, April 15. Vyilbur" Uood. who
ran for Clymer In the twelfth Inning,. and
Wnrd Miller, who had replaced' Mltchfell,
worked a delayed doublo steal today and
Chlcugo won the final game, of the Bcrlcs
from Pittsburgh, 5 to 4.
After ono was out 5 tho tenth Clymer
was given a base oii balls; Good then
took Clymor's place, Schulte was rut-i
off Byrne's error and Good waS held at
second; Miller, batting for Mltcncll,
forced- Schulte at second; Miller then
stole second and Good, who was half
way homo when Miller started, crossed
tho plate before VIoux, who had fiim
blcd tho ball, could get his bearings.
There was no chance to catch either run
ner and the game was over. Chicago
ustd nineteen men. Score:
riTTsnunoii. ' Chicago.
.', . AB.H.O.A.E. AD.II.O.A.B.
Csrey. If . . 1 1 0 ocijmer. rf 6 u 0 0 0
Hofmtn, cf.. 3 13 0 OSchulle, rf... 4 0 3 1 0
noon, cf 1 0 0 0 0 Mitchell. If.. 4 0 0 1 0
Hyrnt. 3b.... 1 3 0 3 W. Miller. If 1 0 i 0 0
VIoi, ...... 3 1 7
J. Miller, - lb 4 0 3
Wllaon, rf... 3 1 3
BuUer, lb... 4 1 0
Olbton,- e...4 3
Cooper, p .. 3 0 0
Camnltt, p.. 1 0 0
Totals It t2
0 3 Zlm'man, lb. 3
1 0 Archer, IVc. 3
1 OEvers, 2b.... 3
4 OPhelan, lb... 1
0 ODrldwell. St. 1
0 oCorrlden. u. 2
1 0 Hreinahan, c 3
McDonM '. 0
1 (Saler, lb..... 1
Smith, p 1
Knltely .... 1
Iyepder, p. 1
Cheney, , p.. . 1
Total! 4 30 14 3
Ran for Bressnahan In seventh. Two
out when winning run scored.
Malted for Smith In fourth.
Batted for Levander In soventh.
Rati for Clymer In tenth,
Pittsburgh ....002 101-0 0004
Chicago 1 00000300 15
Throe-base hits: Zimmerman. Hits: Off
Smith. G In four Innings; off Lavender,
4. In five Innings; off Chenw nope In
three innings; off Cooper, lx In seven In
nings; off.Camnltz none In two and two
thirds innings. Stolen basest Zimmer
man. 'Schulte. 2; Carey, Hotman. Gockl,
"W. Miller. Double plays: Corrlden to
Phalcn to Artcher. Bases nn balls: Off
Cooper. 6: off Smith, 3; off Lavender, ;
off Camnltr, 3. Struck out: By Smith, 4;
By Cooper, 6; By Lavender, 2; By Cheney,
1: Ry Camnltz, 7. Passed ball: Bressna
han. Time: z:i5. umpires: urennon and
perannuatlon retirement nnd also inca
pacity pensions after a fixed period of
"No, there is no Immediate danger of
any of' us retiring on a pension," Bays
Miss Tobltt the librarian. "I hfeVe beery
here longest, and would have to -wait at
least ten years more. We have, how
ever, had one member of tho staff re
tired, arid we havo been paying ft per
centage assessment Into a pension fund
established by the board, but this puts
It upon a permanent basts at law, with
assurance that the pensions will bo paid,
regardless of changes In library administration."
PENSION SYSTEM FOR
LIBRARY WORKERS A LAW
Employes at the public library are re
joicing over tho passage of the bill es
tablishing a pension system for the li
brary workers on the same plan as the
teachers' pensions. The bill permits su-
NORTH PLATTE CITIZENS
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. April 15. (Spe
cial.) Tho commlttco appointed by tho
Chamber of Commerce 'to receive con
tributions for tho Omaha storm sufferers
has now received almost 1600. This docs
not Include the 1105 sent by the Chamber
of Commerce, nor the amount contrib
uted by the railroad employes!' which
was sent direct to President Mohlef, and
porsonal contributions which a number
of the citizens of this city sent direct to
tho relief committee at Omaha. It is
estimated that North Platto contributed
Cfncbrn ' Jon,
Catcher Roudeau. the Tiger recruit, has
clnchtd his Job as first assistant to
CVilllnn, rf .
Johnny Bassler, a Umcaster boy, will
bo on tho catching staff of the Cleveland
club this Beason. Manager Birmingham
has announced that. In addition to Ijind,
Carlsoh and O'Neill he will carry Bassler,
who is but n years oia. no consiners
Bassler a- "diamond lit tho rough." and
believes .he can duVelop him nito a, olasty
Player in a yearn tlmo. iiassicr was
rormoriy catcner in mo worm isnus or
t , r. , t
Cnmr front 'IVxnai.
Tl'oungr- Oallla, one of the. Senntors'
pitching recruits, formerly was a Texas
ranger - - i
E00T BALLIST IS ELECTED ;T0 BE
BASE BALL CAPTAIN,;
TftC RE LI A PLC STOM
2559 Farnam St.
?h Most for tSx Mousy
i mm mmmr iu
3 3 10
13 3 1
MAt'IUC'E Mil. I. Kit
Captain of Crrlshton Huso Ball and Kuot
Totala M : 1 I
15. Walsh out. hit by batted ball.
Batted for D. Walsh In the fourth.
Batted for Alexander In the fourth,
Batted for Mitchell In tho ninth.
Chicago 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 S
St. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 03
. Two-baso hits: Lord. Williams. Schalk
(2): Borton. Johnston. Shottoui Snorlflca
hits: Bodle. Johnston, Austin. Stolen
bases: Williams, Rath. Doublo Plays,:
I). Walsh, Pratt and StoviUl: Batentlne.
PPrott and Stovall; Pratt and Stovall;
Bath, 'Weaver and Borton.. Ieft on
bases: St. Louis. 8: Chicago, 8. Unf on
balls: Off K. Walsh. S: Mitchell..
Struck out: By E' Walsh; 5. Timet 2:03.
umpires: Evans and Hlldebrand.
Knlkr-uliurir n Sliiitow t-r.
CLKVKLAND. O.. April 15,-Fred
nuKenuerg- secured thla spring by Cleve
land from Toledo, shut out Detroit today.
whll Clevelund secured eleven hits off
Buehler und won. 9 to 0. Boehler. a
recruit wus wild, hitting three men and
giving passes to Mx.
Jackson, Cleveland's slugger was hit on
tho head by u pitched ball und stunned
for a moment. Only one Detroit player
reached third bare Scpro: ,
All. II O A E. AH.ll.O .V.K
Jonniton, IU ) 1 IS 0 Olltuh, ... 4 1).
Oiapman, Mill: 0!xulcn, lb. I 0 0 4 0
maoii. jo i i i ot'rawteM. rf 4 1.0 0 0
Jaeaann. rf . 3 I 0 0 OOalnor. lb. . 3 0 It 0 0
UJole, lb...l 1 ( 0Morlari, If. 3 1 1 0 0
n'lu'hani. cf 1 1 3 0 Olllah, cf 3 i 0 0
(iraney, if. . 3 3 0 0 1 nal, 3b ... 4 0 1 I 0
CarlMh, c. 3 1io OHanaae. c. . I 0 3 1 0
o.ell. c. 3 0 3 ! OUoahler. p...l 1 0 t 0
. , Totala 31 11 II 1
Totala . .31 U H II 1
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 5 1 0 2 o 9
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base lilt: Clianmun !tnhir ti,...
base hit; Johnson. Sacrifice hits: John.
bioiv. Hirmlngham. Chapman. Olson. Sao
rlflio fly: Jackson. Stolen bae: Granev.
DiiUDje play: Olfon. Lajolu and Johnston.
Base ou bulls. Kulkenberg. j: Boehler, 6.
Hit by Ditched ball: llv lln.hl.r tt'
l''alkeuberar. LuIoim ami inrv-., M,r,..,i,
out: Palkenberg. 3; Boehler, 3." Passed
uuir sianage. First on errors: Cleve
lapd. 1. Left on bates: Cleveland. 11;
Detroit. 7. Time: 1:33. Umnlreet frWtrii.r.n
Amrrlcaii Association tlniur.
At Milwaukee b
Louisville 20100000 0-3 8 2
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 3
lotteries: Powell and demons;
Dougherty, Walson. Hovllk and Hughes.
At Kansas City R.H.E.
Toledo 0000800000 0-8 8 1
Kiinsus City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03 10 8
Batteries; Stephens, Cullamoru and
Livingston; Vuughn, Hchlltser and Kret
chell, (Called end eleventh Inning to
allow Toledo to catch train.) ,
8t St. Paul it H.E
Indlanapolii 03 00000 2 27 7 3
Minneapolis 02000010 0-3 7 2
L Batteries: Schardt and Casey, Cotter;
Lellvelt and Owens.
At Minneapolis ILH.K.
Columbus 00020133 0 -9 17 0
St Paul 10 1 1 0 0 0 1 01 6 0
Uatterles Maroney, Davis and Smith
Luruy, Van Dyke and James.
St. Louis, Defeats Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, April 'If. A batting rally
In the fourth, coupled with l'ackard'b
wIldnoM.niettefJ'Ht. Loulslve-f pns tnd
cnnled'4titim .ttc win .todartsfannL.4foin
Clnclnnill, 0 tb 3. ThoIpItchIng of Sallee.
who relieved Burk In the fourth Inning,
cuslly was the feature. Ho allowed tne
locals only one hit and that counted (or
nothing lir -tho run getting. Works, who
relieved Packard in tho Xburth, also was
effcctlvo, .but wild. A -tase on balls, a,,
single, a double, and two. outs rietjed Cin-
i.llll,,lfct 111. ilia uciun6 iiiii.i.n J v.
ijoulu ecoccu one in tha tnlra on a oase
on balls, a single, a sacrifice and n sac
rifice fly. In the fourth they obtained
their big lead on four singles, three bases
on balls and a man hit by a pitched ball.
Cincinnati vamo back In .this Inning und
got' Its final run on a base on .talis
and Bescher triple. Score:
ST. LOUIS. , CINCINNATI.
Hutitna, lb. 1 1 1 t 1 Deachtr, if. . 4 1 3 0 0
Ma. If.... 3 3- 3 0 OUatea, cf 4 13 0 0
Mowrey, 3b. 3 1 0 3 0 Tinker, sa. . . 4 1 3
Konetchy, lb 3 u 13 0 0 Iloblltirl. lb 4 0 11
Evana, rf..-. 3 13 0 OMariana. rf. 3 1 3
Oakea, ct....l 0 0 0 Olaan, 2b.. ..403
O'Lcary, aa.. 3 0' 4 4 OOrant, lb.... 3 1 1
Mclean, c... 3 13 1 OCIark, c 4 o 1
nurk, p 1 10 0 OTacltard, p..l 1 0
Bailee, p.... 1 0 ;1 OWorka, p....! 0 0
Savereld ...1 u o
Totala M 7 17 14 1
Totala 14 17 11 3
Batted for Works in tue ninth.
St. Louis' 001800006
Cincinnati 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3
Two-base hits: Tinker, I'ackara.
Three-base hits: Beecher. Hits: Off
Packard 6 In two and two-thirds Innings.;
off- Works ono In five and ono-thlrd In
nings; Burk, nvo in three ana two-miras
Innings; off Sallee one In flvo and one
third Innings. Sacrifice hits: Mowrey,
Sallee. Magee, Olsary- Sacrifice fly:
Kontechy. Stolen base: Bescher. 2; Mar
Hans. 2 D'oublo plays'. Egan. Tinker to
Hoblltzell; rant, Bgan to Hoblltzotl. Left
on bases: St. Louis, 11; Cincinnati, 8.
Bases on balls: Off Puckard. 5: off
Works, 5; off nurk'.' 2. Hit by Works,
(Konetchy; by BurnK. (Bates); by Sallee,
(Morsans).,. Struck" out. By Works, 1; by
Burk, 1: by Sallee,.. 1. Time; 2:07. Um
pires); Oweris and 'Guthrie.
What will the year 1913 do to your car?
Cattle and Sheep
Not to Be Put on
Demos' Free List
WASHINGTON. April U.-Preststent ef
forts to" put tattlt;aud 'Bhseri on the frpe
list, to cut tin duty on swine and In other
ways to alter the wuys and means com
mittee's tariff revision bill were defeated
In tho democratic caucus of the house
today. Democratic leaders fought for the
bill as reported. '
On the senate side of the congress the
tariff revisionists were Jnactlvo.
The agricultural schedule- was before
the house caucus all afternoon and there
were some lively, speeches.
Representative Logue of Pennsylvania,
a new member, precipitated the biggest
fight of -the day with an amendment to
put cattle on the free list. Cattle anl
sheep are now dutiable. at 10 per cent and
swine at 11. M a head. The amendment
was rejected. 73 to 122,
Representative Burke of Wisconsin un
successfully sought to reduce the duty
on swine from 11. SO to 75 cents a head
and a motion by Representative Klnkead
to put sheep on the free list was voted
down, 62 to 98.
An nttempt to rale the proposed rates
on barley mudo by the democrats from
Wisconsin and Minnesota, also was un
Representative Raker 6f California
sought to reduce the proposed duty of 10
cents per bushel on oatmeal. Tho
amendment was lost.
When You Retire-
Use the J. A Q. tires. Lost lonver,
Guaranteed not to rim out. Omaha Rub
ber Co., 1C0S Harney St Just around the
Mortrnn Shows Spee-if.
Ray Morgan has speeded us so much
recently that Griffith may decide to
btart him ut second base Instead of the
must face this question.
At the end of the season the value
of your car will depend almost wholly
upon the condition of the motor. That will depend
mainly on the lubricating oil you have used.
Motor-wear is not accidental. It results from friction.
Excessive friction is bound to follow the use of an oil whose
"hody" is unsuited to jour feed system, or whose lubricating
qualities cannot properly withstand the demands of service.
Common results arc: ( 1 ) Undue loss of power. . (2)
Unnecessary repair troubles. (3) An excess consumption
of fuel. (4) An excess consumption of lubricating oil.
To avoid these losses, your motor must be supplied
with: (1) An oil that will retain efficient lubricating
qualities under the heat of service. (2) An oil that will
wear well m use. (3) Oil of a i(body" that will proper
ly feed to the various friction points.
Motors differ. No short-cut method can determine
the oil that best meets your feed requirements.
The construction of your motor must be analyzed and
carefully considered. We have undertaken this serious
problem with the thoroughness that has established our
standing in the general lubricating field. 'Every year we
carefully analyze the motor of each make of automobile.
Based on this motor-analysis, and on practical
experience, we specify in a lubricating chart (printed
in part on the right) the grade of Gargoyle Mobiloil
best suited to your motor.
The superior efficiency of the oils specified has been
thoroughly proven by practical tests. In sheer lubri
cating quality, we can safely say that they stand alonei"
7 you use an oil of less-correct "body" or of lower
lubricating efficiency than that specified, your 'Ptotor faces
unnecessary friction and ultimate serious damage.
A booklet, containing our complete lubricating chart
and points on lubrication, will be mailed you on request.
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A grade for each type of motor
The various grades of Gargoyle Mobiloil, refined and filtered to remove
free carbon, are: GarHoyle Mobiloil "A," GarHoyle Mobiloil " B,"
Garftoyle Mobiloil " D' Gargoyle Mobiloil " E." Gargoyle Mobiloil
" Arctic." They arc put up In i and 5 gallon sealed cans, in half-barrels,
and barrels. All are branded with the Gargoyle, which is our mark of manu
facture. They are sold throughout the world.
The dealers listed below carry ample stocks of Gargoyle Mobiloils and
are provided with our complete chart of recommendations. This will enable
them to select the correct grade for your car.
VACUUM OIL CO., Rochester, U. S. A.
DETROIT BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA INDIANAPOU
ParaEUr- 49 Federal St, 29 Broadwar Filler Bldf. 4a a CWmimI Sta. ladiaaa PjtWaa BMi.
Distributing warehouses in the principal cities of the world.
Motori. ti in ond around Omaha and Lincoln can secure Gargoyle Mobiloils from
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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