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|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
THE SUNDAY " . innrrn i im 1IITA their, rnjpyment driving,"' says Mr. Pierpoot- - IS NECESSITY -- fr sivmiilMu Auinle Turner In an aiitoiitoliilt' en just ns iiwwwirjv to the .wotu tlie ..prtifVssloiial lan driver as tcer or tlio owner who must trftrcl rer twj gradi. b nil arts, is tnp conleiil ion iwint, .umiSfpr of the Si)erior lotor coniimn.v.. .I'aipe una Hue I "When yon throttle down to almost nothing an hour in slow traffic. It is woiHlerf uUyTsatlf IS PREDICTED on the jyid without notleeaMe eKort wnfiuo' part " A steady and eontlanoiu Increase re"Many women drivers hate In the number of 'koteawbUei marked to us the little need ttwy from the country was pre- V; FraSimnrSMF--l dictenFIr7T Thia rewture iiiynu" or dewett. of tn General. mice bp manager prsl to "say c.itsideraMc emvinp lu effort, Motors Export company during a clutch, on wear less uoLhinK of axle. recent. visit to the Olds Motor transmission, universal and 01dmo-liileWorks, manufacturer And surplus iower, plna proper wtt d'siriluitors. . Mich. lie said that Lansing, this possible. makes W ''Just bex'ituse u woiuiia or a cati bulume, nextwhat of roads and time yon climb a Jrtll with the Improvement The ons man driver holds to moderate where traffic is heavy. Just notfee the greater demand"for transportation, the automobile Is a greater wfdrt 'mid smooth roads does not how many underpowered carter than ever before and w hile w necessity reir.the-rtYoreed f liisau lhat they haveim jjewt for wl t h their completeAmcrlcancft,rs at eren In high fv iwiwer. They may nor realize - more cars continue ness of eqipmcnt. Tower, better act cful It is but it is largely re- walking speed. ovr of s, "ra J IS KOWATA-OklaNoi- FOUND r 1i : H0WTOGR0WJ p RltibN OIRISTENSON, JoumaHsia gludeut, B. V. V. Phone GUILTY. . fWaere , Elght-O- the rfcvewrow.lATtonlquetnd , U. P.) Joseph E. Teats, ed Methodist pastor, was found guilty by a Jury In district court here today on charges of abductFields, ing Georgia schoel girl. The jury was out only IS minutes, The conviction carries a maximum penalty of five yean in the 7-- r but vhat da yon think ml lb hi! ; A, large whits chrysanthemata was but recently preseated to thi librarian of the BrlEham Touns university by the Provo Oreen-houawhich mauitains Its hothouses is tfce cUy. - Tb flower was a beanty. Its bloxsora formed a anowjwhlte spherical head fully Vt Uches in diameter. It surely did come from where the flowers grow, and I set out to find, Just how such enormous size and exquisite beauty could be combined in fkrverV- ' At the greenhouBe the manager Informed me that they had some penitentiary, . ' AUTO WORLD 1925 -- Model Buicks Sold characteristic. of all Buick-Fjsh- Better and More Beautiful Car Than Ever Before. er Built Clnsed Hodlcs. The extra length nlso allows for an unusual wide d(Mr, which even with its extra width is In good proportion with thq rest of the hotly. This wide door provides easy entrance lo the rear compartment of the ear as well as to the front seat, it being possible for a person to conveniently enter or leave the rear compart men t without more than tipping the back of the. front seat sliKhtly forward. With this arrangement it is unnecessary for a person In the front seat to get out of the car in order to let-- .person in or out of the rear compartment. This Is a convenience that should be carefully considered by the prospective purchaser of a coach. I'pliolstery and Interior Finish. ' The unusual length of the Bufck coach bodies allows for deep cushions for the front folding seat backs as well as for the rear seat back.; This makes it possible to aise springs in the front seat backs and mukca the front seats equally as comfortable as the rear seat The seats are aslo sufficiently wide from front to rear to be and : they are - so con structed that they will not go out of shape. The seats are cuycred-wit- h durable and attractive upholstery and the interior of the car is lined to match. This makes the interior of the car attractive and in viting. There Is a tool pocket pro A viueu tit tqe lining or tne snroiui : ut the right. , . Standard Six $1545 Here Master Six 1770 Here i ,1 rear window. Gray tapestry wool carpet liv rear compart n a Ventilating ' rear axle reduction. f' fffcii UHVdeimtHstrjitHl. .. All interior hardware black The Instruments spe-cia- II n ed door stops. Door latches liave rotary type locks. Left door can be By D uccTblack f with-wi- with ivory white striping. "Louvres Also- - striped with l with lock and key. - New type first brought the famous star to the fore. . t . I. -.u remern-bered- J Make this C&ristmai one at will be Put the keys to a Studebaker SpecM Sis the r Sedan on your tree. We will gladly have tr. .mir door on Christmas morning. But come and make arrangements now. l n m nnnn ciiirn h -- V ivory ' ''""with side Specially designed to harmonize with - .body. . . ., .I-- ' . , t .."' Don't fgorget to come to the Fifth ward exchange on Decemlier 10 and ...... Rear vision mirror and automatic "trimmed with 'smoothly finished black moldings. Roller- curtain pro- - windshield wiper provided ther convenience of driver. yfor' fur 11. Chairman Alma Van Wagenen. is as buRy as two bees getting every ; , thing in readiness. There will ha a 'fish pond large enough to catch all kinds of sucker -- Lm4y-rttlM, to kep yon warm M the Arctic stone, all kinds of lovely fancy work for Christmas presents. Home made candies, the kind your sweethearts and grandmothers All kinds of toys for the little folii ;'. .; . V'cii u i . v, hot, all good things to Wt. hot o'ifc crenm, loynon Ude. TiTe -- tor'C.r -- . - .j . ,. t- 0 ; a - .1. u m m rj se - right-of-way- Obliging attendants are" always ready to show by alert ' and courteous attention their, and our, appreciation of patronage. The produces supplied-r-ConoGasoline, Polarine and Gargoyle Mobiloils, will posU tively add to the life of the car as well as to your safety and pleasure in motoring, , he't ju5t as dead as if he'd been dead J. But mong.'' co lTyottdnTe carefully ' and refuse to follow Hokus ay, evea the careless driver cannot Involve you in an accident. . Wiper. A air-ho- "Here lie the remains of , Hokus Jay, Who died maintaining ., ,n , hit He was right dead . right, as hepe4 along. TAKING FORM Rear Vision Mirror and Windshield 6 Y E A.R 4 is" an, adapta- EXCHANGE IS the rest of the - K E R FirSt Polish wings y 15 Contincntil service stations arc models of safety and convenience Drives arc roomy and well arc properly arranged. Pumps and " service. for v placed prompt, orderly 'Safety tion of A'elma. Clark's .noted-- maguzine story, "Judgmeht of West Paradise," made with a strong cast of favorites headed by! Johnnie Walker" who played an ex-- , ceptioiyilly sympathetic- role in "Riders Up;" Gladys Hulette who was Baby Peggy's mother in "The Family Secret;" and Billy Sullivan, star jut the fourth "Leather Push8 ers," and '"Fast Steppers" series. Others in the .cast are George Nichob, Philo MeCiflough, Margaret Lahdis,, Turner Savage, Edith Ybrke and Jackie Morgan. ' . E B A .1 O I They are responsible for most accidents. They deserve any reasonable punishment, but , ,' I Blame the other Fellow ifyoulikeS T Slanderers" ' rihmtirinle Berformaace -- i.w " ICS KBWUl, .' motorist. It a delight to even the most seasoned clutch operates so so ea.Uy.-t- he Alft Thege. mrr art sure and positive-- .u. ui of aware any effort in operation. . you are hardly STUD IS Nat Koss who is resiionsible for "a number of big the direct ious-oUniversal productions, mude "The Shimlerers," Universal') latest sie- ilal. feature whii-- comes to theH Princess theater Monday and Tues Windshield easily operated by a window regulator located in the cross bar at the top. . ' ' Hood IS T H "SLANDERERS" windshield. cloth harmonizing with cushion cov- erings used to line sides and top. Door windows and side windows , ... finiSsnd A car of hnpoiing riity-r- iy and p- fitted with genuine mohair upholstery pointmenu of the very nnesi qiuuny. ninuinr 4i Thefe will always be a tew reckless drivers; not many not one in ten thousand. vision, combining all the features of a cowl ventilator and ventilating : TellMrice M ,. STUDEBAKER Hod La Kocque, Adolphe Menjou and Pauline Starke are featured in the principal supporting roles of the picture. clear giving one-piec-e,, ,. - lit - . , wlleViroduced'P8sionvwhich 'The Include: ..;' y': ., '. High 'grade worsteil cloth used to cover cushion's and seat backs. Plain . , r kf e day. Interior Finish of Buick Coaches Avii-do- . $ 2 NEW "STUDEBAKER SPECIAL SIX S E D A One of the 13 New Studebaker, Ragging la Price from $1125 to $2860 (oil prices . o. b. factory) Lubitseh's first American-madpicture with Pola Negri in the starring role. Lubitsch it wiU be re- - g Windshield. - cessed in the shroud. ' " Ktpiipmetit. ' Tile IJiii.-coaches ore .equipped with rear vision mirror, automatic Ny lndsliield w iper, dome la nip., rear shade, and foot rest for occupants of the' rear seat The regular tottl' eriuipment und sparerim ire furnished. . A special heater can be supplied and easily assembled by the dealer at a slight extra cost THE pre-puri- 1 1 . Sun Shade. ' i de .white. . modern, largely oper-atin- Cobalt blue plated radiator. Wheels vvxin i have a them as western world. The costumes worn by Pola Negri herself In "Forbidden " Pafadise," which, Ernest Lubitsch produced for Parumount, are' among the most magnificent ever designed for use in motion pictures. At one stage in the story-wher- e Pola Negri, as "the czarina," is for the amquest of a French ambassador, she changes her costume and appears in elaborate creations from Paris. These are strictly modern and in the lates vogue. "Forbidden Paradise."' is Ernst ' locked on the inside by an easy g latch. Right door is equipped 20 the top of the side panels and along" the side of the hood to the .nickel -- !0 r sup-- " "ported by strong cold drawn manganese steel hinges and have conceal- black molding, separating upper, part nd body proper. This molding also; extends across the shroud just below ' ; raisingglass windows. Doors Co- - , Standard Coach. Body and Hood Duco Brewster green with Zuni red striping. Upper . Partof i nnsuiicis 'TtMB dip by with stardiog tspldlty. But sfcw J. thoit wMks ago joa wen looking forward to . Attractive heavy nickel plated revolving handles for lowering and ' Model Finish GK 1 At - - . onliui avamaJaJ ! nhn. mkb uiuuvuunn fs4 vvwuti caicvucu in vojuc inoac vit any other automobile manufacturer in the world except Ford. qualntness whiebnhnrks apart from the spirit of the real Hardware. e- platedadiator. ivory white. a . bait blue with ivory white striping. Hood Louvres Also striped with L' hit if door. Tool pocket in trimming under shroud oh, right side. , upper Wheels 1 just inside of right venient switch Duco cobalt blue noulding-ebaratin- g while hr-re-ar below the top of the side panels and nickel shae, .harmonize with the body dcs'ni umljire neatly grouiHd in the ceiiter of . the "instrunieiit panel.. 1"iejT i.re Indiwtly. liglited by a concealed instniinent lamp re- to Master Coa- ch- part and body proper. This molding shroud just alstrextends1 acros-th- e inv- Instruments. a concealed instrument lamp recessed, in shroud. Foot rest for passengers with ivory white striping; Upper Part of Body Duco black with wide "atongrthride-flfheiood-to-th- is attractively finished and heavily nickel plated. The doors have cold drawn manganese steel hinges, awl an. isible-door, The inside stop. hniidlo'.of the dMr.Iik is. of the rotnrv type. The .left doojrv, can be In tilled on tiie inside, and the right door, has on gitsiilt'.lick. i'iie. gi.'ts w:ndys in the doors and in' the p. lieis back of Jhe doors "can be e;:si!.v lowered or raised by. a. few terns of a revolVf -- 40 Body and Hood . ; ; artillery type wood wheels. onc-fde- 1 satin finish. Instruments have black faces with white lettering and have nickel rims, instruments lighted by Both models are equipped with FinishModel ; PARADISE" Pola Negri's latest starring picture, "Forbidden Paradise," is the strangest of all motion pictures, a "modern costume picture !." . which it Is . While the time in placed Is today, the'Jocale of the story of a Balkan kingdom strongThe ly under Russian influence. costumes worn by the ' players, partment." Carefully designed and at- tractive instrument panel black wheelbase? 4.9 to 1 114 "FORBIDDEN ment with rubber mat in front com Model 20 Standard Coach. Windshield. The Ituiek conch bodies are cuitv. and pctl with the windshield. clear vision This windshield is easily adjusted by a handle und can be oiH'iied part way for giving a ciifulmiiin of air around one's feet or opened wide enough to give a direct draught through the body of the car. 'When closed it forms a water tight joint The attractivewith the shroud. ness and convenience of this new ventilating windshield .will be ( appreciated nfter it hnsonee beeiL rear 1 axle reduction. ... in wheelbase; 4.7 to ix v: vided for Model 40 Master Coach. 120-inc- h 1 . ' ; iwusukI size. Chrysanthemums are hardy ' fall flowers and wlU keep the flower bed beautiful until well along in November. I f :MGENERAL SPECIFICATIONS V ; J IN PRO VO . , beautiful fall Jlowers hlchwil reach sueh unusual . proportions." t-Tbcy thrive in a cool, moist atmos phere and must be shielded from the direct rays of the autumn sun by, a muslin screen., The plants are set out in a rich soil about the first , of June. As they begin to grow and develop, all the side buds and stalks are pinched off, leaving only the large central stalk bearing the terminal bud. "The - plant is iuppUed with concentrated food In the form of liquid manure. AU the fond goes to feed this one part of the plant and thus it attains its Tellunde Garage Are Super Cars. , - -r lre i The ordinary Tarlety of chrysanthemums wiU not grow so large. A rariety known as the Turner chrysanthemum is the only one of these WILL SOON BE READY FOR DELIVERY r- . Thankiglvtag. Now tr'a o&el Wore you realize it. So ChrUtmas will be dont delay. Decide bow to (dace your order for a Studebcker Sptdal 61 SecUn. Make thU the mort prmcdcal CKrlotma of with a useful Eift that will bring yeer of joy. Preteoc your famfjy with then magic keys to to a happiaeM on ChrUttna morning the key Studcbaker Special SU Sedan. car four family will be proud to Here is own S car that looks and ride luxuriously. ; many important and distinctive features. These are in addition to 'the sound construction and careful attention to the details that' Is i with these magic keys to happiness: sults. ' The new flulck Six Coaches have j r: : mcai chrjKanthemums growing ; which would probably outgrow the one la question, and then proceeded to teU bow to cultivate these plants in order to obtian such unusual re- AGAIN LEADS ' - ' BUICK COACH i1 ; Make 2At&rri.ytmf-Tmliunfrock' . -- . r- m LARffiPLANTS than any other manufacturing organisation either American or foreign. MINISTER 24: 50,-19- EXPERTJEUS - meeting- and overcoming all foreign competition and are being purchased Tin increasing number In foreign lands, especially Id the far east. Australia, New Zealand. Straits settlements and South America. Dr: Franklin reports the Genera Motors Export company is- - doing mors to Improve service facilities abroad AUTOEXP0RTS iuIf an nd lower prices ?lce faculties INCREASE IN i HEALD;SUNDAY;NOTJfBER Many accidents occur because of lack of juick cdntrol of one of both cars inyoly ed. Conoco Gasoline and Poladne are twin helps to perfect " control. v . " Continental Coupon Books save waiting and time ' - and trouble in many ways. Accepted at all Conti- - .. nental aetvice stations and by dealers generally. v v The Cqntinental"5il Company . . s (A Colorado Corporation) CONOCO ' IfMuGaKiiM " . '.-,- . POLARINE The Perfea Motor Oil GARGOYLE MOBILOILS M"MngmtpUuUiutfbigthpaJepimUmpn!tiasin Qiltrado, Wymir.$, New Mtxtct, Utah, Idaho and Montana Look for. the conoco sign. .! j '