Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 04, 1911, News Section, Page 5, Image 5

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You will buy an Automobile without "looking around."
But when you have seen all the So-called "Bargains"
STUDEBAKEJfc E-M-F ,,30,,-l,100 F. 0. B. Detroit-Standard Equipment.
STUDEBAKER FLANDERS "20M-$800 F. 0. B. Detroit -Standard Equipment.
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BECAUSE-Look as long as you like--you will never find any cars anywhere
nearly so good at anywhere near the price.
1S12 Complete Line Mow on Our Floor
Open Evenings During Ak-Sar.Bcn Carnival Week
Douglas 383
L. A.. Keller
.Direct Factory Branch Studebaker Corporation, Detroit, lYHcti.
Saturday's Program to Be Staged
This Afternoon on Speedway. ,
Tnpj(-rrow' Card Postponed I'ntU
Frldar on Aeeonnt of Military
PtradA flood Even, for
TVlth the track In the fastett possible
condition the motor races will open this
aiternoon at 2 o'clock on the Ora&ha
speedway with the program which wu
scheduled for last Saturday afternoon,
but had to be called off on account of
A trip was made to the track yesterday
afternoon by W. L. Huffman In company
with several of the leading drivers, and
the statement was given out that the
track could not be In better condition.
The nun of yesterday, and the wind which
accompanied It was Just what was needed
and the fastest racing ever seen on the
Omaha speedway Is predicted both ' by
the promoters of the event and those
who will participate In the race.
Up to yesterday afternoon forty-four
cars had been entered for the four day
of racing Seventeen raakea of cars com
pose this number and in most cases there
are from one to three cars of one make
entered in the races. The Cuttlnjr.
Colby, Ford and Marmon companies bare,
entered two cars each. One Flat ha
bn entered and will race against time
The Palg-e-Detrolt has been entered by
E. R. Wilson, the new local agent for
tbls line, and the car to be raced la the
same one that made a splendid showing
In the Brighton Beach races and then
drove to Omaha . and entered In the
Omaha Motor club endurance run.
Tomorrow there will be no races on
account of the military parade, but the
races will be resumed Friday when the
second day's program will be held Sat
urday will be the big card day and Sun
day will see the close of what Is pre
dicted to be the best race meet ever held
in the city. For today there will be five
events; three twenty-five-mile races, one
fifteen-mile race and a ten-mile obstacle
Pioneer Grocer Drops
Dead Upon, Street
Charles Bloch, aged) 72 years, one of the
oldest residents of Omaha and for the
last two decades a grocer at 3019 North
Twenty-fourth street dropped dead of
heart disease while delivering groceries
at Twenty-fourth and Ohio streets at 10
o'clock yesterday. 'His body was taken
in charge of by Coroner Crosby.
The onlv witness tu the old man's death
was Steve Maloney of the Omaha police
department. Mr. Moloney was looking
into a matter at Twenty-fourth and Ohio
streets when he saw Mr. Bloch tall over
into the mud near the sidewalk. Think
W( the aged man bad been taken with a
fit Maloney ran to his assistance. He
turned Bloch over on this back and
asked him where he lived. Bloch gave
Maloney his address and then straight
ened out. Dr. Lie van was sent for, but
found the man dead when he arrived.
We have just received samples
of the two
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Arthur Remington
Expires Suddenly
Arthur Remington, died at his home
Monday from heart failure. He had
returned from an evening spent at the
Orpheum theater, when he was attacked
by a sinking spell and died shortly after.
Mr. Remington was a member of the
firm of Remington & Kessler, merchant
tailors, and was E years of age. He
had lived In Omaha since 1874, and had
been In buplnesw for many veara. He
wae a member of the Omaha club, and
other social organizations. He leaves a
widow, daughter of the lste J. B. M'--Cormlrlc
but no children.
The funeral of Mr. Remington will he
held from the residence. SM2 Harney
street. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rev. T. J. Mackay will officiate. The
pallbearers will be Judge W. A, Redick,
Uaac A. Coles, Joseph Barker, A O. Be
son. C. T. Kountze and Osgood Dsatman.
Hiarles McLaud of Tork has been
tnide state deputy of the Elks for Ne
braska, by order of Grand Exalted Ruler
dulllvon of New Orleans.
A Pleaaavat Sarprtaa
... lows the first doae of Dr. King's New
fe puts, the painless regulators that
i lengthen you. Guaranteed. 26c. for
ale by Beaton Drug Co.
When you have anything for sal or
exchange advertise it In Tbe Bee Want
Ad columns and get quick reaulta
The Roadster
4 -cylinder at
The Baby
Six at ... .
le think these two models represent the gTeat
e6t value ever offered r he money. We think we
can convince you too, tt , will permit a demonstration.
Motor Co,
2209 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. .782.
40 Discount on any auto Lap
Robe in the house this week.
33 Discount on one White
Co. Gasoline Car, " nearly new'
model G. A., 30-horse power.
25DiflCount on one brand new
White Steam Car, 20-horse; model
00, latest make; using kerosine fuel.
One Electric Car, fine condition,
with top. for $500.
Corner 18th and Harnoy
Advantages of the Maxwell
a world of it enables the
VPVVC Special to cope with ' all emergencies
big, new Maxwell
54 lonfr-fitToke, quiet motor develops 364toieiMMrer.
Large valves, adjuftable push rods, self-contained automatic
oiling system, Stromberg carburetor and dual ignition with
Splitdorf magneto and batteries reinforce the motor's work.
A full-floating rear axle and drop-forged "I "-beam front
axle are excellent features.
JL -4
( Top extra)
- that will make you proud of your car dis
c tinguishes the Maxwell Special. This new
ventilated fore-door, flush-side, vestibuled steel body
with inside control, and a Columbia Honeycomb
type radiator make it an aristocrat among cars. It is
finished in Royal green, with deep, soft upholstering.
PrirA 's consideration in buying a car. You buy the big
I I ICC Maxwell for $1280, because that price has been made
possible by the wonderful factory facilities and unequaled
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United Motors
Omaha Company
2115 Farnam St
The Thing
To Do
It yon Ion. your poekotbook. mnbrant,
watek or kbi other artlcU of valuo, tbt tbla
to do U to follow til xampla of many otaor
Pop! and adrartla without delay la tfeo Loot
and Found column of Tbo Be.
That U what most pooplo do whoa thoy looo
art teles of valuo. Telephone at and toil your
Um to all Omaha la a slnflo aftomooa.
Put It In
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