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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1922)
Road Is Not Lost
Has Given Away
' Iuiitrtiiil Part of Highway I
Koadlwd, Drt'liire Kxprrts
Ijo Point to Human
KoiiiM M lU'K, rii, p.. r'"'-
or, Khuid ill ltuinrt, Colmnhu
univrr.it), mmoU Out in a remit ad.
, lrr that it nwd i not hut that it
in say the invrttmriit m the hiiih.
'..way hrcatue the surface tit-gin In
iriimlile ami tli argument tlut a
...load should nut be limit Uilrii it
iiiitwur thi' Imnd it a y,
This it in line iih a rrirnt state
tin in made before a convtntiou o(
r . alriinn by a retrtrnutive of the
' J iri .lone liiiliy-trin k bureau, Tim
.mnit pointed out fhut at a matter
UI la the important part of li t It
way wit it r ouiIIh 'I. At an tlluntra
' linn he referred , to the t tintkrf ill
J fconmn roads still t-xiUnt iu parti uf
These travel roulrt had brrti built
tn U't. The Romans had paid par
titular attention to the road' bed and
mc of thrte li'ghways were tevrral
t tt thiik, Of course the -surface
lud disappeared ng ago, but the
rn.'J wan ttill u.ahle became the
' underbuilding had been made to latt.
.. . Well built roads and how they
abould be built it of interest to every
' 'truck and autnmobile owner. He pays
' very Urge taxrt asesed'on the tait
jr. initially of road niainleuamx
and be thould intercut liimtelf in see-
ing that hit county cpinmisiioiiert
5'laie road work not only with the
uwet biilder, hut with the con
" tractor tli.it thoroughly understand
' the hi!ine of budding road bedl
that will far oiillu't the surface. '
Muridiy Trlli JIow to Have
Comfort While Touring
A 5'K-111 ilo automobile trip, to be
completed within an afternoon,
would uiicijulU''ly daunt the most
hardened cross-country tourist, no
linttrf bow attractive the road
might be. But Jimmy Murphy, who
won the 500-mile Memorial nay race
at Indianapolis pannes along the bene
fit of experience to all driven.
"I rat very light breakfast on
rate day." he says. "Overeating
can spoil the race driver' rhancci.
ju.-t a it has ruined the pleasure of
many a leisure ttiiir. I take no water
at all during the race, but eat several
orange if my thirst becomes un
bearable. "To win a race, or enjoy a day'
drive over country road, the motor
ist must have hi mind and bodv in
juit as good condition a the cuinc
of hi ear." .
Murphy attribute no small part of
bit success to the efficiency of hi
spark plugi. ' Iu the present, as in
paiit campaign!, he is using AC phig
that are of standard design and ma
terial, differing' in no quality from
t)ie AC't that are available to mo
Dodge Bros. Furnish Free
Auto Camping Ground
Dodge Brothers, Inc., recently pur
c based 11 of the finest park sites in
the lake district north of Detroit,
which will be used as a free parking
and camping ground. The purpose
of the donation is to provide a me
morial to the late John F. and Hor
ace E. Uodge and to "give motorists
places where they may have their
picnics, garnet and bathing without
being driven from pillar to post by
indignant owners of private prop
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A Convenient Location
Thia building is the last word In garag rutiatruction and equipment.
Locatrd on i'na Strret near 18th Mrcrt, it offers a tnk nt t bo
excelled in Omaha. The building i firrproof and ateam h-sh-d; van
acioinniinU'.e 10rt fl h two doubl rntrana-a. it on Cam Mrtrt,
lhe.ther on a rrd alley In ih rear. Th floor apavt measure H.r.oti
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New Cass Garage-Opens
The Ia!et addition it Oinaha'l
family of down:own garaget it the
new Cas garage on Cats' street, be-
iwern sevenicrnin ana r.igiirenin.
. B. H. Jackton.
This new butine it owned bv
Herman 'Narhiihoen, an Omahan of
JO years. Ni lui hoeii fotmerly wa
associated with the American Sugar
Refining company at St. I.oui. In
l'JI-4 he entered the tire busiuett. He
went to the Goodyear factory at
Akron and there learned the tire
business from the ground up. Re
turning to Omaha, he entered b mi
ins s (or himself and (or rive year
owned, and managed the National
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Wills Sainte Clair Shows
New Gray Goose Brougham
This is the new Will Samte Clair
brougham now on display at the
Western Motor Car tompany't talcs
rooms at Twenty-sixth and Harney
-streets. It seats five passengers,
bavins two individual front' seats
and a full three-passenger seat at
Chevrolet Dealer Here
Fears Shortage of Cars
A. A. Siegfried of the Siegfried
Motor company announces that
Chevrolet is building more cars than
ever before but is behind on de
liveries on account of the eight
Chevrolet factories being unable to
He said he has experienced ' a
shortage of cars in Omaha and only
recently it was necessary or him to
send a number of tits associate deal
ers to Kansas City to make drivc-
aways to the Omaha district. He al
so says- that if the demand continues
to increase his purchases for the
fiscal year will he inadequate.
Thjo Cass Garaf'o On Cass St..
Tire thop U Seventeenth street and
Capitol avriuic. piioing ( tin
business about one year ago Nachte
horn devoted hi tun til the plan
ning ami iiuiiiiing 01 inn garagr,
Aooctatcd with Narhoihiten it II.
11, 1ackoii, an rxpriiiiiicd tire uKu
JacLoiiv. ill have charge ol' the au'o
arrcttoiy ilipartnu nt and yit if
The garage l.a two double en
trances, one on t'ai ttreet, the othtr
riwtt by IUa.
Herman Nachtchocn. f
on a paved alley in the rear. It. If
steam heatsd and gives day and night
service (or all kinds of repairs.
the rear. 'I he illustration shows the
nickel bars fastened to the rear panel
to serve as ornaments and as a pro
tection against the trunk or luggage
carrier on the rack provided at
back. This model i the latest, ad
dition to Gray Goose family.
Banquet Closes Cadillac
Used Car Sales Contest
Members of the sales organization
of the J. II. II?nscn Cadillac' com
pany held a banquet and meeting
Tuesday evening to mark the clost
of a used car sales contest. The con
test began August S and each sales
man was given a quota of cash to bt
brought in on used cars for the fol
lowing month.. According to James
Muldoon, jr., assistant manager, 57
used cars were sold during this con
test and several salesmen made
quota and over. The winner, E. E.
Stennett of the Omaha organization,
sold 130 per cent of quota by gelling
12 used cars.
THR SUNDAY JUT.: OMAHA. Ml'TKMr.ER 10. 192s.
Star Car Draws Big
Crowd al State Fair
The l..t-t cii-.ii hi f tl." I'u'aut
Motor In, fie t-r t r wh.tH Im
bnn un ilihp'iy tr tin; I.t wtr'.:
at the Ue U X. I iu n. I drawn
enuniH'iia crow.!, aitordmrf to An
drew Murphy & S.iii.-tlistr.iiitirs of
Dnraut and Sur i,ui.
lutty J5.IMMI prrsoiit l.ioki'd nur
,1(115 filar aiii"iU'Ui.e diltnii; the nl.i'c j
'lair- at com mi,' t .Mr. AIuii.ih, .
einiiplete luiu n( fuuri i! I iv
4N0 itre 011 dlpl.iy,
llegiimiiig Mi'iidjy, Septi iii'n-r M,
the Mir car will be on lij l.iy 111
the how rrioin floor 'f Ainnrw
Murphy ft Son, I mirtt n.tli .m I
J oksoii streets, Omaha. The line;
of the Star car, with electric suiter
and demountable rnr, i J 4-1.1, w bi'.i.
muU it one vi the Jotte t pi ttd
automobiles mr built,
Idtranl Moton utiuyl ti In!!
4.i(V0'' of these cars during the ctn.
mil IJ tnoiitlm.
Tire Company I lead
Returns From South
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W, W. Wuchter.
W. W, Wuchter, nrtsident and gen
eral manatftr of the Nebraska Tire
and Rubber company, and president
of the Mid-'est Kubber Manufac
turert association, returned to Omaha
Friday after a trip through the touth.
While away Wuchter visited At
lanta, Memphis and liirmingliam iu
the interest of the rubber and tire
fPonzi Methods Charged
- on New York Broker
New York, Sept. 9. Mr. Leonard
Hirshbcrg, a partner in the firm of
Winthrop Smith and company, brok
ers, was released in $15,000 bail by
L'i S. Commissioner Hitchcock yes
terday pending a hearing on the
charge of having, with bis partner,
William Winthrop Smith, Uied the
mails to defraud.
1'ostal inspectors describe the
scheme by which Dr. Hirshbcrg is
alleged to have swindled victims of
more than $1,000,000, as similar to
that tiscd by Charles Ponzi in
Boston. , . - '.?
1'ostal Inspector Poran declared
that the August statement of the
company showed a profit of $41,150
and a liability of more than $1,000,
0O0. More than 65 per cent of the in
vestors, he said, were poor, ignorant
people who knew nothing of stock
Attorneys for the firm of Win
throp Smith and company,,denicd the
alligations and said the company had
met all demands made upon it.
Complete Repair Service
The tire repair tl attnu j t, tnuU r he i!iivrii.tt if IS, It. Jat k'oti. an
" i xiuMifmeii tir rsuit, u!l n snj li! any tuv i (4if wi.t k in mx hour.
Tfi quality of V wot U u .nttui lv Mr. J,H'k -'n'it t vpi i ii tu v i f
yi-ara' utaiul.tig. A -i.tv.!i u rv--ir d j'iitiitent I t iy ntt.r t tn
jiUint, and rtMiti-d l.v iimlt-nth-a. i v m it,y su'.d night, Ihi
aervlc tintr-i tiy rvj'tur vuik on ttny ptakc '( far.
To Open New Tire Store
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W. C. Davidson.
W'.'C. Havid on and R. M. Cive n
announce that tltry have reccivid the
exclusive f rani li"o fur the operation
of an Assoiiaieil Tire Mme '.n Oma
ha. Thit Hon-, kt ,'niH Famani
ttrret, i a bnk iu a national chain
vli-ji 'Operated in all parti of the
United Statet. , Hacked by the $1(1..
Step On It and Go !
The Cass Garage is ready to fill your car with the following
Quality Petroleum Products from the U. S. Oil Works
"The POWER-FULL Gasoline
Gives your motor MORE POWER, MORE PEP and
MORE MILES. It i clean, straight run and practi
cally carbonless. If you want quick start, quick
pickup and POWER fill up with TNT today. It is
packed with miles and every drop operates your
motor. . .
CORRECT.LUBRICAT.ON ffe fo fofd QU Made
The Cass Garage is also stocking TOP NOTCH GEAR
LUBRICANT, a winter and summer grease which will
not freeze at zero nof turn to oil under heat. It will
not throw off from gear teeth nor channel. When
you use it you can forget gear worries.
MAHurACTURtftS T HIW4 GRADE
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B. M. Oiveen.
(,(10,00(1 put chasing , power, astound
ing low prurt are possible, bvery
tire purrnased at the- AtoeiatcI
More c.irriet a nrtified tire warrant
which protect the buyer on a mile
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j LUBRICATING OILS A D OMASI
Tho l'u.s (iarane Is owned by Herman Nachschoeu, former owner
ami manager of The National Tire Shoji. Herman' motto has 1
waja lien SKUVICK KOUKMOSI" nd In thU nmiQM hL
former standard of 'rlht service to the public will be maintained.
Nachschoen & Jackson. Owners
Few Changes in
Auto Body Stylus
Although New Namei AJorA
rtl. Lines of Old Cot-h
flitch hat been said of the need (or
Utaudardiaed nomenclature in desig
nating automobile body ityln, Man
tifacturrrt, it it claimed, have given
aliases and nom de plumrt to recog
nized body type, long known namct
of original rhritening.
h'. W. Goodwin, one o( the best
known automobile body detignrrt in
the country, and at present consult
ing engineer of the body division of
the Maxwell Motor corporation,
pointt out that almost every motor
tar type known today it a direct de
teendant of tome carriage bodyt in
vogue for centuriei.
"Soon it wat (ound, however," Mr.
Goodwin ttatet, "that the automobile
demanded a body of stronger, more
durable construction, due to the great
mileage made possible by the motor,
and the greater speed. The need (or
quantity production likewise influ
The 100 Pare Pennsylvania Lubricating Oil
It vives perfect lubrication and, keeps a film of oil
over all metal parts under the'mogt adverse condU
tions. Its use will cut your oil bill in half. It Is
refined from pure Pennsylvania crude, which is rec
ognized by automotive engineers as being the world's
best lubricating base.
TRANSMOLINE is our 2-in-l Ford Oil, which absolutely assures a
smooth-running, powerful motor. It softens transmission bands, so
doing away with CHATTERING and JERKING. A trial will convince
you that it is the best Ford Oil on the market and that its use will cut
your oil bill in half. It prevents wear and makes driving a pleasure.
Treat your Ford to a fill of TRANSMOLINE within the next 12 hours-
A LILLIBRIDCE OIL VAPOR BURNER hat been installed in
the garage for uae this winter. The LILLIBRIDCE ia SAFE,
CLEAN, ECONOMICAL and EFFICIENT. Why worry with
coal when we can install one of these improved conveniencea in
your home. See our installation at 1017 North 17th atreet.
Some of your friends own Lillibridge Burners. Ask them about
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HAHUTACTURIU Of MIOH MAM
j. in mm
lillltlillllltHlllilllit'lilil'li:IIN.it.itl,l.'l I 'Ixl:'!'!!
enced chaugct in detign and manufac
tiring rarthodt. In lets than i$ yar'
t art of bodybuilding progrctted
in (ar greater meature than it had in
teveral previoui centunet. Appear-'
ante wt bettered, construction im.
proved, production methodt greatly
advanced, but the body ai a typede
termiued by paeug-arrying ca
pacity, number of pattenger com
partment! and the extent of tide and
overhead protection to pattengeri
hai known no new development!. A
brougham i as truly a brougham to.
day at wa Lord Hrougham'a (amont
carriage; a landaulet it at certainly a
landaulet at those vehicle! which
originated in the city of Landau.
"In developing the Maxwell coupe
tnd tedan we understood that we
niu.t build (or strength and lasting
ervice, amwrr at once, the cry (or
beauty and grace, olfer every con
venience and comfort, combine im
pie elegance with pure efficiency, and
yet not burden the purchaser with
exretnive initial or maintenance
Omaha Data I Needed for
History of Woodstock, Conn.
The "History of W'oodttock
(Conn.)," it bring held uu until
Omaha'i city clerk hat time to g"
out to the cemetery and inpect tome
LUBRICATING OILS AND CHIASM
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