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Hit 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 2-11
Two-bise hits: Pemlry, Welday (2). I'.s-del-
2. Three-bsse hit; I'nndrv. Home
run: Msder. I'twii bull: t'sdmsn. Rmms
ii halls: Off Hollenbeek. 1: off Johns. 1;
nff .lirrott. S; off Olmtd. 2. Hit by
pitched ball: Hy Hollenb k. 1. Htruck
out: Bv Jarrolt, 1; by Olmstead, . lft
on base's: Omaha, 9; Chicago. II. Double
pJav: I'ldnitn to King. fltolen bsses:
Oinislead. Sacrifice hit": Pnrlell. Fianl
gsn. T.me: 1:56. Cmpirt: Clark.
olmstead ippmi to hava something.
Kislier still ha a little more weight than
King starts out he ended last year
fast and full of fire.
Mike WrJday played a mpid game until
hurt. Mike, they say, Is good for a berth
If Kid I-enrand doesn't look out ball
make Pa think lie does not need another
firnt biiseman. The kid ia there with the
('adman showed lieadv work yepterday.
That the kind of work he h done ever
since he Joined the team. He Is making
himself felt an power to the team. Bet
ter than all, he can bit the ball.
Penilvy got three hit out of five times
tip and one was a double and another a
triple. The successor to Austin Is making
manful fight to fill Jimmy's place. He
la abowlng himself to be a res) ball player.
In the game every minute. He's a batter,
h i-orklng good fielder and throwa with
gie.it acr.jraty and speed. Pa has hit it
PENNSY WISSYARSITI RACE
(Continued from First Page )
f ilm down. Moth crews got an exception
ally gjod start, the Yale men getting their
oars into the water a fraction of a second
alifMcl of Pennsylvania. Yale started with
a stroke, of .14 to the minute and Pennsyl
vania with 32. At the end of the first lnlf
mile Pennsylvania was half a length ahead
of Yale and the latter ran their stroke up
to 36. Pennsylvania raised Its to 34. The
red and blue. continued to gain and at the
end of the mile open water began to show.
In an effort to overtake Pennsylvania,
Yale put the stroke up to 34, Pennsylvania
still being content with 34. Yale spurted on
the next quarter of a mile and for a few
strokes managed to hold Pennsylvania.
Then the Pennsytvanlans. without Increas
ing their stroke, kept drawing away. A
quarter of a mile from the finish Yale
made a final effort and ran Its stroke up
to 40. Pennsylvania responded with a
stroke of 38. which Its crew held to the fin
ish, while Yale ran Its up to 42. Pennsyl
vania made a very strong finish and when
its eight crossed the, finish line there was
a length of open water between the two
shells. Yale was a strong 3 to 2 favorite
before the contest started.
BILLIARDISTS PLAY FOR WIZARD
Heneflt t.amr Ml Over loan try for
A benefit game of billiards will be played
all over the country, April 5, for Jako
Rchaefer, the T.lttle Wlsard of Billards.
This former champion lias been flat on
his back at Denver for nearly one year and
hla friends have planned tills huge benefit.
To Jake Schaefer more than to any living
man belongs the honor (if advancing the
game of billiards. All the crack billiard
players of the country have offered their
services to take part In matches to which
admission will be charged and the proceeds
well be sent to Denver to the Wliard.
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towing lemarbablo bflrgairn:
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PREPARE FOR (HIDDEN TOUR
Omaha Dealers Are Getting Ready for
Endurance Auto Test.
NEED MORE STRINGENT RULES
la the Oplalaa f Omaha Kx
aert, ttti gas Taara Arc Made
Katlrely T Easy la
Interest tn the Olldden tour Is being
aroused In Omaha, as the time for the tour
approaches, for it Is practically settled
that Omaha Is on lh rout, which will
start at Detroit, thence to Chicago. Minne
apolis, Omaha, Denver. Kansas City and
"The system of Judging and regulating
tours In this country falls far short of the
rules as laid down In European countries,".'
I said duy 1.. Smith, dealer In Franklins,
J yesterday. "In those countries the rules
are so stringent that It ! almost Impossible
to make a perfert score. T agree with H.
IT Franklin of tha Franklin, who has sug
gested these rules:
"In the rulies as announced for the com
ing Glldden tour there has leen, in my
opinion, an omission of importance from
the list of penalisations. This Is the mat
ter ef tire troubles, which have not
been taken Into consideration In making
up the regulations. Tire troubles are the
cause of !H) per cent of the road atops of
the average automobile.
"The man who Is Interested In automo
biles and automoblllng wants to know how
much trouble h Is likely to have with his
tires as he does with any other part of the
sutomoblN: In fact, he needs to be more
certain of the tires, for when he Is out
on a run the first thing he knows he
finds himself stranded with a flat tire, and
he must wait for repairs. Borne other de
fect could go, perhaps, until he reached a
convenient stopping place, but not the
puncture of a tire.
"In contests like the Olldden tour penal
ties should be Imposed for tire troubles.
Thry should be Judged like any other part
of motor car, for the endurance and re
liability of the vehicle are dependent Just
as much, or more, upon tliem as upon the
various parts concerning which penalisa
tions are scheduled.
VH might be a good plan to further ex
tend the scope of the list of penalties and
make it cover batteries. As In the case of
the tires, there is no reason for overlook
ing battery defects and failures, while the
perfection that endurance and reliability
contests are intended to demonstrate Is
required of all other parts;. Batteries are
on the wane, magnetos taking their place,
but If they are used they should be mada
to stand the test.
"The Glidden tour Is. a reliability test,
ana an Important one, and It is Intend! to
demonstrate accurately how much trouble
of any and every kind the cars entered
encounter If It falls to do this In any de
gree it falls to that extent short of Its
purpose. Every point should be covered.
"Those In charge of endurance tests
have of late been working toward greater
rigidity of requirements. They have been
sending the contestants over hard roads,
purposoly chosen to secure the weeding out
of as many entries as possible before the
technical committee Is asked to give a
ruling. The time is not far distant when
in competitions like this the whole otnuo
ture of the automobile will have to show
that it can stand the strain or a penalty
be imposed for Ita defects."
OMAHA DOGS WIN MANY PRIZES
PIxleF'a Doss Beat all the Cracks
I bat Old Rap.
Omaha dogs fared well at the recent
8t. Iouls dog show and as a consequence,
several Omaha owners are ahead btb rib
bons and money.
W. A. Plxley s English setter. Captain
W'hitestone. took a prise In each class In
which he was entered, six in all. He was
beaten only by Champion Bloemfield Rap,
the world-famous dog owned by George
Breltsteln of Philadelphia. Rap Is an old
champion, having followed the bench show
!gme for several years and haa won every
where he haa been shown. Captain White
stone won against the best dogs New York,
Ohlcago, Boston and the entire weat had
to show. He Is a fine hunting dog and Mr.
Plxley expects to send him over the field
trial clrcul tthls year with the hope sf
landing him a field trial champion. He is
but three years old.
Ak-Bar-Ben kennels, owned by Mrs. G.
H. Moore of Omaha, showed six English
toy spaniels and one Scotch terrier, and
won three prises as follows: IJmlt dags,
(first, with King Rupert); limit bitches,
(first with Lady Charfotmti; ppen bitches,
(first, with Ak-Sar-Ben Tricks). All wer
English toy spaniels.
William P. Carsonj showed his cocker
spaniel, Fluffy, and won first and first
E. H. Bprague showed Colonel Crack
Shot, an Aierdale puppy, which he recently
purchased In Canada. Crack Shot Is a fine
dog aqd would undoubtedly have gone Into
the maney, but waa not quite up to weight
and not In good allow condition. He was
only recently shipped to Omaha from
Canada and the, long trip cut Uis weight
until he waa too light for Wie classes in
which be was shown. Mr. Sprague will get
him In shape and show him again later In
MISSOURI WINS EASY GAME
Nebraska (olleatlaas Kail to I'oaaect
la aerssd Kffort.
COLUMBIA, Mo., April W.-tSpecial Tele-
rum. Nebraska lost to Missouri today
10 to t Missouri played much better ball
than yesterday, while the Cornhusknrs
seemed to have an off day. Olmstead, for
Nebraska, was very wild and was bit
rather hard. The umpire, as usual, was
for the homo team and siiolled Nebraska s
only chance to even the score. Prouty was
substituted for Olmstead in the seventh
after Missouri had made four runs. Score:
Missouri 2 0 1 0 0 4 S 10
NVbiaaku ttlOOSOOO 1 r
Batteries: Nebraska, Olmstead, Prouty
and Carroll: Missouri. Hayden and Kline.
Hits: Nebraska, S; Missouri, II. Errors:
Nebraska, Z: Missouri, 1. t'mplie: Win-
I'snrn leaf role .Natlaaal C'lab.
NfcW YORK, April W.-Pat Powers and
Harry Pollok. promoters of the six-day
raees, Marsihon contests and other pro
fessional sporting events, bate secured
control of the National Athletic club and
will reopen the doors of that "plush-llned"
ot ganisaiic-n shortly
The announcement that the former baik
fl of the il.it had drMel to pull oul was
' ui.ilr rieutl. and it aa then iriorted
that th club would not rvopn. Powers
nd Pollak, however, secured th club's
rhsrter and will ait ones bo gin to put the
orftanlMtion upon bapis that will makA
It pbv. H Is said that none but the best
men In the different claases will be asked
to compete and that there will be no
more "lemon fights.
PROPER INFLATION IMPORTANT
Pew Alio Onri tilvr This Matter
Tlirr. are two ways of maintaining an
automobil", an expKnsiv. way and an
concmlcsl way. Two owners having cars
exactly alike will oftn xpTl"nce rntlrly
dlffprent results: one will find his car a
source of unending pleasurf secured at
romlnal maintenance cost, while the other
will have trouble of all kinds, and may
never experience the true joys of motoring.
There are few part of a car that give
less trouble than the tires If they receive
intelligent care, but Intelligent care Is
necessary to secure the best results, and
little details should not be overlooked.
Here, as elsewhere, It Is the "little things"
For Instance, proper Inflation Is very Im
portant, and it is surprising how few car
owners give this subject the attention H
deserves. Proper inflation does not mean
simply to keep the tires "pumped up hard,"
for too much Inflation is 'Mint as bad as
not enough. Overinflatlon stretches the lire
fabric unnecessarily, kills the resiliency
of the tires, and eventually ruins them,
besides subjecting the mechanism of the
car and Its occupants to constant shocks
and Jars, which are the very evtla the
pneumatic tire is designed to prevent. Of
the two errors, underlnf latlon Is the worst.
however. Deterioration Is from three to five
times more rapid In the latter case than
In the former. Beginners are nearly always
the worst offenders, and being afraid of
Inflating their tires too muoh, rarely Inflate
YALE AND PRINCETON TO MEET
Daal Hears ta In Mar n Carnegie
PRINCETON. N. J., April M.-As a re
sult of the efforts of a number of promi
nent Yale and Princeton alumni It appears
probable that the varsity Crews or these
two universities will meet tn a dual
regatta on Carnegie lake during the month
of May. For several weeks those graduates
who are most Interested In rowing at the
New Haven and New Jersey universities
have been working quietly with the idea
of bringing together the crews and their
efforts appear likely to be successful. At
the present time the affair Is not consid
ered by those most interested In the light,
ef a race, but rather as a practice row
arranged for the benefit of the rival oars
While rowing is now on a firm basis tts a
college sport at Princeton, the Tigers are
not yet ready for real intercollegiate com
petition and the best that they can hope
for at present Is one or more dual regattas
to precede the Interclass race meets which
will close the season at Prlhcetun.
Several tentative plans have already been
discussed, such as racing against the
United States Naval academy crew on the
Severn river at Annapolis, or the George
town or New York university al Lke
Carnegie, and it has been further proposed
that a Princeton crew be represented at
the American Henley, which will be held
on the Sihuylkill river, Philadelphia, on
May 22. '
HEAVY SALES OF AUTOMOBILES
Omaha Dealers h'lad Demand for Care
Beyond Their Uxpeclatlon,
During the last month more than fifteen
carloads of automobiles have been shipped
out of Omaha by dealers to territory Iribu
tory to Omaha. Borne dealers have ex
hausted their supply and are finding It
difficult to replenish their slocks. The
factories are able to fill only the orders
taken In the beginning of the season, and
where sales have been beyond the expecta
tion of dealers, there seems to be but one
alternative to wait until new cars are
built, and to make new orders.
A dealer said yesterday that the time
required lo finish one of the cars, handled
by almost any dealer In Omaha, was six to
eight months. Orders were placed at the
beginning of the season for cars, which
would meet the demands of the Omaha
trade. These oars were to be shipped along
through the year and until December iU,
next. If dealers have been unusually ac
tive In selling and purchasers unumially
eager for cars, the natural result will be.
Of course, a scarcity of cars. This seems
to be the case, especially with Omaha,
Within the lat few weeks dealers have
visited the factories with a view to bring
ing more cars into this market and how
successful they have been remains to be
MILLERS PLAY IN " HURRICANE
Errorless Ball Rrinlli aad Lincoln
Is Beaten 4 to 1.
LINCOLN. April 10 (Special Telegram.
Minneapolis turned the tables on l.lnoelu
today, defeating the Qrsenbackrrs 4 to 1.
The Millers paid no attention to a fifty
mile hurricane and dust storm and played
errorless ball, while TJncoln fielded ex
ecrably. Each team scored an earned run.
R. H. B.
Minneapolis 0 0 0 i fl 2 (V 4 4 0
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 6
livtteris: Unroln. Hm-kf nbarrv. tage
nauer. Sullivan and Mason: Minneapolis,
Oberlln, Paiterson and Block.
CHICAGO WILL MISS JACOBS
track Pole Vaalter Derides to Leave
( the I nlveralty.
CHICAGO. April lO.-Durlng the coming
track season the Vnlversity of Chicago will
be without the services of Claire Jacobs,
who. a short time ago, established a new
world's record for the pole vault Indoors.
The new mark set by Jacobs Is twelve
feet three Inches. Jacobs has qjit col
lege to engage in buainea with his brother
at Muskegon, Mich. Tills Is a severe blow
to Chicago track proxpects, as Jacobs was
looked upon aa a polut winner at the meets
of the coming season.
RIFI.B MATCH fOU SI I DKT"
State loUrae of Waaaiagtoa Wlas
Trophy la Matteaal Contest.
WASHINGTON. April 10. The state col
lege of Washington won the National coin
petition championship for ritle shooting
with 22-caliber lartrldge, among the col
leges and universities on their indoor
ranges tn tha contest last week, that Insti
tution making the highest score. M. This
Is the decision of judges appointed by the
Naronal Kif!e aajciation. who examined
the target record made b" the seventeen
institutions, which competed
Columbia university of New York, the
Inner of the trophy last ear was sec
ond, with a score of and lhe University
if Wisconsin tnltd. intkii.g a Ki-me ,f
ViS. The h shest Individual m ere wa mads
by A. A. ijpech. Jr.. of Columbia university
who made 4! points standing and 49 point
rone, a tolal of 9A oit of a possible loo.
The tnntch waa shot at fifty feet on a
National Rifle association target, having
one-Inch bulls-eye. ten students romposed
a team, each firing ten shots standing and
tjen shts prone. The winning team msd
n score of 61 points less than the pnsslbl
1,W0 points, or an average of 94.9 per nan
MARATHON FOR LARGE PRIZES
tart aad Platan Will Re Mane oa
NEW YORK. April lO.-What Is planned
as one of the biggest runs of the year Is
the Bronx Marathon race, to be held under
the auspices of the Northwestern Athletic
club on the afternoon of Saturday, May 1,
beginning at !:3D o'clock. The course will
be the full Marathon distance. The run
ners will cover 285 yards on the big five
lap track on the Bronx oval and then gs
out onto the roads of Westchester, the race
finally finishing by having the runner go
two miles on the track at the oval after
their return, this eliminating any chance
of a man losing a prise through faulty
The first prise for the big race will be s
handsome silver cup. valued at $100, while
to the second and third man will go other
cups, valued St 50 and t'lo, respectively.
The man loading at twenty miles will re
ceive a handsome brona" trophy, and the
seven men finishing after the first three
will receive solid gold medals. Every man
who completes the cnurss will receive a
RUSSIAN LION HAS A NEW MATCH
John l.emm Covers (SOO Forfeit for
NEW YORK, April 10. -Despatches from
London state that John Imra, the heavy
weight wrestler, has covered a 1500 forfeit
posted by George Mackenschmtdt. the
"Russian Lion." A meeting between the
men will be arranged, at which, time the
details of the match will be completed.
Cap for Reliability Test.
HARRI8BURG. Pa., April 10. Automo
bile enthusiasts are exceedingly optimistic
over the third annual reliability contest
which will be held under the auspices of
the Motor club of this city on May 3, 4. 8
and . Governor E. S. Stuart of Pennsyl
vania has donated a handsome silver
trophy to be known ss the Governor's cup.
This prize will go to the winning car.
Other trophies offered to the different
classes of the run are the National Capital
cup, Harrtsburg Beard of Trade trophy and
the Patriot trophy.
KVE.XTS OX "'IHRnL'..lG TRACKS
Favorites Are Smcc-essfal at Emery
vllle and Layers Are Hit Hard.
OAKLAND, April 10. Favorites were very
successful at Emeryville today and the lay
ers were hit hard. Second choices were
"nd in seyeral of the races. The colors
of R. G. Bedwell were In front on -two
occasions. Madman and 1-1 tile Biss carrying
them to victory. Red Ieaf scored cleverly
in the mile and a half race. Summaries:
First race, four furlongs, selling: Helen
Carroll (102, Groos, 13 to 6) won, Flectro-1
wan (99, Coburn, )8 to b) second, Binocular
(104. Clark. to 1) third. Time: 0:484. Yuba
Good Ship, Mary Dees. Fores. Dr. Dough
erty. Mrs. Dot. Asahel. Maternus and
Bre r Rabbit finished as named.
Second race, four furlongs, selling: Penn
(106. Borel, 11 to 6) won. Napa Nick (106.
Kirschbatim. & to 1) aecond, Salnotta (108,
Coburn, 2i) ip 1) third. Time 0:4K. Redeem.
Oswald B.. Tipster. Rexon. Hindoo Star,
Amelia Rose and Cinnamon finished as
Third race, futurity course, selling: Mad
man (106. Tapiln, tS 10) won, Prince Gal
(10G. Clark, 11 to 5) second. Altamor (102.
McBride. 30 to 1) third. Time: 1:10- Ful
ford. Marburg. Serenade. Trols Temp.
Strike Out and WDodlander finished as
Fourth race, mile and one-half, selling:
Red Laf (JOG. Scoville. 11 to 10) won.
Nadzu (113. Taplin, 18 to 6) second. Fantas
tic (105. Buxton. & to 1) third. Time: I:36.
Orcagna. Jacomo. legatee, Pleiad and
Cloverland finished as named.
Fifth race, one mile, selling: Little Siss
(106. Taplhi, S to 10) won. Hoyle (104. Ross.
9 to 2) second. Moorish King (112, Klrsoh
bsum. 18 to 5) third. Time: 1:42,. Ak-Sar-Ben,
Dorothy. Lcdgett. Andy Glnler. Sealta.
Ornate, Harry Rogers and Vesper Hymn
Sixth race, six furlongs, purse: Pslo Alt
(106. Taplln. S to S) won. F. Neugent (11-'
Scoville, 9 to 6) second. Captain John (105
Buxton, even) third. Time: 1:1BH. Bi'hor
W.. Alclblades. T-ady Hlldreth. Nappa. Kasi
End and George P. McNear finished a
Snmmarlea at Los Anaelrs.
LOS ANGELES, April 10. Santa Anita
First race, selling, five and a half fur
longa: Chaffinch (107, Shriner, 7 to 2) won.
Gallnda (112, Preston. 2 to 1) second, Wild-
wood Bill (104. J. Howard. 15 to 1) third.
Time: l:fnlV tfarly Day, Waliere. Manzo
Phurts. Judge c.'ronln, Robert Gray, Hattte
Hoffman. Angle Face, Dexteiine. Georce
Guyton, Caronla. Daisy Thorpe also ran.
Second race, tour furlongs: Camera (105.
B. Wilson, 30 to 1) won, Roberta GOT, Pres.
ton, 7 to 1) second. Donovan (111, V. Pow
ers, 11 to 10) third. Time: 0:48. Ketchel
Miles I) Cornell. Irma l.oe. Placlde, Eng
lish Mall, Temper, Matchem, Lady Paret,
Fred Stone also ran.
Third race, selling, mile: Translucent (111.
R. Brooks. 6 to 3i won. Banrldge (111, V.
Powers. 8 to b) second, 8ir Angus (110.
Mugrave. MO to li third. Time: 1:40. Che
ripe. Desmages. Millie R., Woodthorpe,
Vtoltrome, Royal Maxim and St. Or also
Fourth race, purse, mile: Green Seal (US.
Page, 12 to 1) won, Go wan (I0S. J. Howard.
11 to 20) second. Frank Flittney (118, Ken
nedy, 7 to if) ttilrd. Time: 1:S.
Fifth race, selling, one and three-sixteenths
miles: Jana Laurel (9fi. Wilson. IS
to ft) won, Herman Doyle (1I9, Retitg, M
to 1) aecond, Miss Officious (JO-,, McGee. 11
to 51 third. Time: 2:00t. ' Right Sort.
Vlvatit. Rubinon, Hlcolcan, Ivanhoe.Tavora
and Quaaga also ran.
Sixth race, selling, six furlongs: String
ency (118. Shilling, i to 1) won. Milpltas (L'T,
Archibald. 8 to 1) second. Shapdale (107,
Rice. 20 to 1) third. Time: 112. Proceia.
Kntre Nous.. French Cook. Weymouth,
Kokomo, Senator Barrett. Beelux, Pelleck
and Kerry, also ran.
Seventh race, selling, five half furlongs:
Fern L (110. Rettlg. 18 to &) won, Rendondn
Olii. Musgrave. 7 to 2l second. Burning
Bush (112. Mentry. 2 to 1) third Time:
1:08. Golden Shore, Atitlgo, Canardo,
Cymbal, Grey Owl and Janeta also ran.
Sanarasrles at. Jarkaoavllle.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla., April 10-Sum-maries:
First race, five furlongs: Ift Over (105,
Tlannan. li to In won. Reside (111. Burton,
to 1) second, Tile Kiln (loti.. Ivell. 4 to
third. Time: l:0SH,. R. M. McLeod, Sil
ver Skin. Daisy Shine anil Pinion also ran.
Pinion finished third, but wss disqualified
Second race, five furlongs: I J 11a ligh
(11. ReM. 7 lo 10) won. Charlotte Hamil
ton (Dl. Troxler. 4 to 6) second. Ros Ankle
101. KdmniiHton, 3 to Si third. Time:
1 UbV Emily. Almanac, She Wolf. Ludy
Marlines. Bonks I er and Lady Chilton also
Third race, three and a half furlongs:
Ijiu Lanfer (110. Brannoii, 8 to 6) won.
Dave Nicholson (113. Troxler, I and 2) sec
ond. Johnny Wise OKI, Martin, 1 to 3)
third. Time: 0:44V Keep Trying, Sylph
and Kiddy Lee olso ran.
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Robin Grey
(97, K ran no n (to II won, Fllaium (. Reid.
4 to &) second. Enlist d". Hannon, 4 to 6)
third. Tune: 1 33S- Vandam. Blight Boy,
Merita. Joe Fallertt. Haymarket. Mattiua.
Teeta R. Belle of the Ball and Waterlake
aHo ran t
Fifth race, six furlongs: Don Hamilton
t, l-ntrll. 4 to t) won. No Qiwrter ll'S.
Griffin. 8 to ii seaond. Genet si Douhle
(100. Franklin, even third. Time: 1 ),,
it ship. Maxka and Fat es. Malediction.
Bitterhand and Pigmy also ran.
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fey ' Model Forty -Four, 34 H. P. 2ij
SiL Spir Wheel, with inflited tire, bracket ana tooli, I74. yi-miamr
wheel is secured
for these bolts
tools provided, and the Spare Wheel put on and secured in three minutes.
Wheel fits cither front or rear. Solves the tire problem. Extra wheel
available in case of need. " Spare Wheel with inflated tire, brackets and tools
for Model Forty-Four, $74, for Model Forty-Five, $85.00.
Seven passenger model,
Ii 150 to 92500. Let
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Used by people of
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Half a Century
Along Auto Row
Haw Cars Ars Daily Maklaff
Thslr Appssrsncs on tbs
atrssts of tbs Oats CUj.
W. I Huffman was In Kansas City sev
eral days last wnek and reports that
dealers in that city handle nearly every
car made. "The dealers have their garages
scattered all over town and have not a
handy automobile row as do the Omaha
New cars are appearing on the streets
every day as I lie dealers fcre enabled to
make deliveries and the garages are taxed
to their capacity. The new garages, now In
course of construction will relieve this con
dition to some extent.
The Omaha Automablle chili is taking- an
active interest ui the Glidden tour and will
see that Omaha does its share when the
lu) racing curs reach the (late City.
The (Hidden tour wil) stop in Omaha
for about tweniy-fuur hour and a street
will be set aside where the cars may he
left in a bunch.
Autoniohlllsts are anxiously awaking t lie
time when t lie city repair plant will b
put In operation to fix up some of the
numerous holes In the pavements, caused
by the winter's wear.
As the country rn.ids Improve mure and
more car owners who live in the smaller
towns around Omaha are drivlg lo the
Omaha garages to have some needed re
pairs made by the well known experts who
do busines elong Auto Row.
All the dealers in Omaha, report they are
doing busineaa this spring far above
expectation". Kspeclally la this true of
dealers who are selling to tlie country
H. fci Fredrlckaon is reparlng lo act as
guide for the palhfinding car for the
Ciildden tour. He has been ohosen for this
The first Hupinoblla cht that ever came
across the Mississippi was received by W.
U Huffman & Co. last week. This car Is
popular In the east, and Is put out by the
company rather to show how a well
equipped car can be hullt and sold fur less
George K. Remi of Ilia It. ft. Kimball
agency spent several das i "si week at ins
Cadillac factory In Detroit
Quick A'-tlnn for nYur Money Voj get
that by using The lies advertising columns.
the new four-cylinder Ramblers arc
Rambler Spare Wheel a wheel complete
center, on which is carried a complete tire inflated. The regular
to the hub center by six bolts.
this wheel can be detached in two
The Car with the
forty-five horse power with offset crank
us explain the many exclusive Rambler
Car of Steady
Coit AutomoBile Co.
2025 Farnam Street
Should An Automobile
be well built, well designed,
of high grade material?
Is this not the most important consideration
confronting a prospective purchaser?
If your answer is "Yes;" you need to call on
us, as we handle nothing but the highest quality
II. E. FREDRIGKSON
Car if the Year JUST
In i ir I t -mi s mi '
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Ksrly orders mean quick deliveries..
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IsVil KAKNAM ST., PHONK IKHGLAS
Sole Western Dlatrlhutors.
The Inter-State. $1,750. Fully Equipped
If you wsnt s high tlsna car. the Inter-State will appeal to you.
$3,000 will boy do better.
We ha some open territory, and a limited number of tha
REGAL "30" h. p.. 11.200 car to contract.
Agents and dealers pet our
fitted for the
excepting the hub
Removing the six nuts
minutes with the special
Offset Crank Shaft
shaft, $2500. Other models,
features in detail, such as the
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