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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1914)
THK HErJ: OMAHA, W KDNKSDAV, AlUL'NT ... 1!U.
One-Profit Cars Because They : Are
Tm Sod? style.: Fhe-Paaieafor and Sevan
H'healbaae 121 rnchea,
li-Strok (J-ioch). Small-Bor (3 t-inck)
Motor; Sis Cyliadara. en Bloc. '
Smokeleit, Non-Laaling Lubricatioa Sritem.
Larter Valve Openings. '
New, Ethauu-Silencinf Milliter.
Annular Pinon Ring.
Ushlcr Reciprocating Part.
Lightened Clutch Operation.
150 Pound Lighter.
1$ I iHin. braket.
34i4-ln. Goodrich Tire on Q. D. Demountable
Rim; Safety Tread on Rear.
Roomier Front and Rear Compartment.
Continuous Aluminum Foot Board.
One-Man Type T-tp.
Built-in Rain and Clrar Wion Ventilating Wind
hield. Attaching Rigidly to Top.
Scientific Anti-Rumble Caaulin Tank in Cowl.
Magnetic Non-Leiarn Oaaoline Oiuge, the
only One Approved by Iniurance I'nderwriteri.
Full-Flnating Rear Aile, Shaft Locking Into
Taper at Hub.--
Full Equipment of 1 Timkeo Roller Bearing.
Inter Locking Ignition and Lighting Switche.
24 Finiahing Operation is Painti&g Bodiaa
New FOUR Touring Car
Tare Body Stylet: Frre-Paweager Touring;
Wheelbaae 108 iachea.
Lang Stroke (S-inch). Small Sort (3-inch)
Motor; Four Cylinders tn Bloc, Exhaust,
Manifold caat Separata.
Smokalew, Non-Leaking Lubrication Syatem.
Larger Valve Opaninga.
Fretted Steel Puth-Rod. t
Anoular Piatoa Ring.
Tubular Radiator with Auxiliary Water Tank.
Special Dimming Headlight.
100 Pound Lighter.
12 C 1H in. Brakea.
Hot-Jacketed Scheblar Carburetor Bolted to
Magnetic, NotuLeakingGaealine Gauge, the only
One Approved by Iniurance Underwriter.
Generous Foul room in Both Compartment.
3) x 4 In. Goodrich Tire on Q. D. Demountable
Rimt; Safety Tread on Rear.
One-Min Type Top.
Built-in Rain and Clear Vlaion Ventilating
AYindihtald, Attaching Rigidly to Top.
Full Floating Rear Axle, Shah Locking late
Taper at Hub.
Full Equipment of 1 Timken Roller Bearing.
Flmh Data Equipment.
Extra Rim and Carrier.
24 Finishing Operation la Painting Bodie
New FOUR Roadster
(I T $fAOt
"No. iH. P.
A three atatnrl Roadster that actually teau three grown persona fa
perfect eomfort. Driver' neat get (lightly forward. A apecial top,
baggage compartment at rear, etc. Sam general tpecifrcntieaa '
FOUR Touring Car.
Itiidebaker Manufactured Cars
Today or tomorrow go to the Studcbaker
store and see the new Studebakcr models,
FOUR and SIX.
Two types of each five-passenger SIX and
seven-passenger SIX; FOUR Touring Car
and FOUR Roadster.
You will find them competing with cars
that sell at prices $500 higher; and you
will also find them showing higher qual
Studebaker prices are lower because these
cars are completely manufactured in Stu
debaker plants, carry but one profit, and
impose no middleman' tax on the buyer.
Hut we do not want or ask you to consider
Studebaker Cars solely on price.;
If you ask why they are better why they
givo and always have given thorough'
satisfaction consider the aims, ideals and
honesty of purpose behind them; the qual
ity of Studebaker materials; tho vast ex
tent and intensiveness of Studebaker
manufacturing methods; tho excellence
of their engineering design; and the fact
that in each and every important or vital ;
particular these cars welcome comparison
with the highest priced.
There is only one way by which Studebaker
quality can be put Into a "Four" or a "Six"
to sell at Studebaker prices.
That Is the Studebaker way, which means com
plete manufacturing and the elimination of
the parts middlemen and their extra profit;
not the assembled or semi-manufactured way.
Complete manufacturing-, Us economies and the
excess value it puts Into the cars represent
the Studebaker Ideal.
In the case of the Studebaker, millions of dol
lars are invested in plants, machinery and
Our huge production and sales turn our Invest
ments into manufacturing economies we can
well afford equipment, the cost of which must
be prohibitive to any producer whose output
la smaller than Studebaker.
For example, we maintain the largest and most
completely equipped laboratories in the auto
mobile industry, which not only work out
the special formulae for Studebaker steels, but
test and analyse the steels to be certain they
are up to specifications.
We maintain huge heat-treating plants for the
heat-treatment of vital parts, like gears, axle
shafts, front axles, etc.
We make our drop forglngs In our own forge
We cast and machine and build complete every
We make our springs tn our own spring plant.
We make our bodies and tops in our own body
and top factories.
In short, we make a greater proportion of the
parts for Studebaker cars than other pro
ducers make for their cars.
And being complete manufacturers, we can and
do make the parts of Studebaker cars of bet
ter, stronger, longer-wearing materials; and
put better value into the cars at a stated price.
Ride In the new Studebaker and you will see
the result of Studebaker complete manu
facturing. If you are not expert enough to appreciate this
value, ask the advice of some man who is
He will tell you that the way Studebaker sticks
to the road Is due to its perfect balance, and
that, in turn, Is due to scientific design
lie will tell you that the lack of vibration Is due
to perfect fit and alignment of parts again
the result of complete manufacturing.
You will loam that heat-treatment of
makes them stronger and last longer.
And you know that light weight means economy
of gasoline and oil and tires.
Through motor refinements and up-to-date de
signing these cars have power in excess of nil
requirements. t t
You will be delighted with the clean slmplklt
of the motors; their perfect accessibility;
and you will see that you can care for a
Studebaker with the least time and effort.
We would advise you to waste no time In seeing
the new cars.
Delivery can be had at once of either model:
and the best motoring season is before u.
When you shop around, keep your mental lnr
prcssiona of Studebaker value always before
you for comparison; and remember that this
value is the great result of Studebaker vol
ume and Studebaker complete manufacturing,
Direct Factory Branch L R. WILSON
NEW STUDEBAKER BUILDING 2429 Farnam Street
2550-2-4 Farnam Street
, Local -Dealer
" Quantity Production of Quality Cars
GIANTS TAKE OPENING GAME
Cubs Lose Tint oZ Series to League
;V' "' Leaden."
Was Eeady to Quit; Now Good as Ever
ITKAL SCORE IS FOUR TO 0N1
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Manavg1' ..MjcGravW , Saspesd or
Vive Dare ' Brvanae pt ; : Kin
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NB!W TORK, Aug: 4;-Nw YorV' won,
tb penlng game of 1h. series with Chh
cago, -4 to t.r--j". i 't - V. i
Manager MoGraw of New1 York ;Has been;
suspended for ftv. day because of . hie
conduct in' yesterday's 'game. .; 8cor: 1
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Chicago '. . . . ,1 U 0 0 '0 0 0 Q Ol 1 6 1
New York -O 0 0.0 6 i "8 0 t 8 .0
Batteries;-' Vaughn, Humphries and'
Archer; Mavrquard and-Mftrn. i - v
Bratea Blaak Plr.- , .
BOS'TON.Aua..r 4. Rudolph allowe
Pittsburgh, but two hits today and Boston,
won. 1 to 0. Scor:: . . U.H.K.
Boston ,..A 1 0 0 0 00 0 L S l'
Pittsburgh .'....O.OOOOOOOOnO 2 0
Batteries: Rudolph', and Qowdy; Har
mon and Gibson., ,, , ( .
Doirrra. Trim Cards.
BROOKLYN, Aug. 4 St Louis opened
a series' tn Brooklyn today and lost, 1 to 0.
cr: . ' ' R-H.E.
Bt. IjovHs .... i...O 0 0 ItMOM 7 2
Brooklyn -.,.....,.,...01) 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 $
Batteries: ., 8lle -nd Snyder; Pfeffer
and WcCarty. ... ......
:' Vi4U Lose to Pklls.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 4-CravatVs
horoa run with one out In the eleventh
Inrhiff decided today's gams. In favor of
Phl'hJ'lPhla over Cincinnati, 4 to S. fcoore:
Clnclnnatf 0000100010 0 S 6 1
FhllaUielpuia. 0 0 0 t 0 0 Q 1 0 1 4 JO 1
Itaitterlss: YlnRling, IJouglaas and
Clatk; Tlacup and Burns.
Destination of the
. Ship Wilhelin is .
Still a Mystery
NEW YORK, Aug. 4.-The destination
of be steamer Kron Prins Wilhelm of
thelfforth Oerman Lloyd, which left this
port-Jant night with a cargo of eoal and
miscellaneous stores, was a Subject of
speculation in marine qircles today.
The steamer after clearing Bandy Hook
had only its running lights burning and
wai headed in "a southerly .direction in
stead of northwestward, which: Is the
jsual course for steamships bound fur
Europe. " ' - . .
Tltfl southerly routs taken and the' fact
tha( the steamer had about ' 1.000 tons
more of tout' than It would need to cross
the Atlantic, besides sea stores, led to
reports that It was going Xa sea to trans
fer .supplies and fuel , to the German
rruleer Dresden, trasburg and Karls
ruhev which . hav. been reported as hov
ering In American' waters. ' ,' ...
The departure of trte Wilhelm. It was
feared In some quarters, might involve
the United States' in a neutrality contro-
, versy, but auUiorltlss agreed that groas
negligence would have to be shewn; ale
that the ship carried "war materials.
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IMACKMEN WIN ANOTHER ONE Republicans of .
Several States See
Victory This Fall
Tie Score in Third When Blackburn
Misjudge! Collins' Fly.
BUNCH HITS LATER AND WIS
Fleldlna; of Bodtr. sad Batting: of
Foamier mm4 E. Collins Arc
Feat area of toe Com-
CHICAGO, Aug. 4.-Rpubllcan state
chairmen of seven states. In conference
here, Issued a statement last night, pre-
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CHICAGO, Aug. 4. Blackburn mis
judged. K. Collins' fly In the third inning
and enabled Philadelphia to tie Chicago's
score. The world's champions bunched
hits later and won, .6 to 4. The fielding of
Oodle and the battinR of Fournler and El
Collins were features. Score: R.H.E.
Chicago .1 u o o x w e
Batteries: Bender. Dressier and Bchang,
Rveaell and SchalK.
Browais Beat Bostosi.
' ST. IXm& Aug. 4. St. Louis soored
one run In the ninth after; one was out
ana won irom uosion, i io i. ecore:
Boston 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 01
HI. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 a I
Batteries: Hh re and Cady; Hamilton
enators 1'rlna Jtops.'
CTE V ElA N D, Aug. 4 Washington
again defeated Cleveland today, 7 to .
Morton pitched a brilliant but peculiar
game, striking out elv in men, but also
allowing thirteen hits and giving seven
losses. Score: . R.H.K,
Cleveland ....2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Washington ..2 0 0 1 0 1 8 0 0-7 13
Batteries: Morton and O'Neill; Boehllng
Detroit Bests Yanks.
DETROIT. Mich.. Aug. 4. Heavy hit-
tins- four trinles and two homersTea
tured the game which Detroit won from
New York today, to I. Score: H.11.HJ
New York ....0 000 1 1 00 13 10
Detroit 4 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 13
Batteries: Caldwell, Warhop and Nun
arnaker: iaua and uaker.
RAY CA LDWELL
It has just become known that a year
agu when "Slim" Caldwell slumped he
was ready to retire and seek out the
old telegraph job he held in McKeesport,
I'a., before he took up base ball as a
profession. Caldwell's 114 "come-back"
Is one of the most remarkable that has
ever been recorded in the history of
baee ball. This reason hs has helped
the Chaiuemen to win more than half
their games and with the exception of
Mathewson and Johnson has scored more
victories than any other pitcher. With
a lead of two or three runs Caldwell is
practically unbeatable. Tills is the man
who a year ago was practically "through
with base ball."
Over Four Hundred
. Marooned in Europe
CHICAGO, Aug. 4. -Chicago schools will
be crippled by ths absence of a large
number of teachers marooned In Europe
by war conditions unless the transport of
noncombatanta out of ths seen of action
is arranged for, it was said today. More
than 409 teacher from this city are in
Europe, according to the records of the
Board of Education, and attempts to get
Into communication with them have so far
failed. Among those miss ng are Mlaa
Ella Flagg Young, superintendent of Chi
cago schols. and her traveling companion,
Mrs. Gertrude Howe Brltton, who are
thought to be in Berlin. A special dis
patch from Ixndon today stated that ths
terminals' inspection committee of the
Chicago city council, with whom Mrs.
Young and Mrs. Brltton had been travel
ing, had been unable to get word ftoin
either si no they left for Usrmany,
Offer to Mediate
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 A resolution
directing President Wilson to approac
the warring nations of Europe -with an
offer of good offices of this government
was Introduced today by Senutor Mc
Cumber and referred to the committee on
foreign relations. He will ask for
favorable report tomorrow.
Place on Federal
WASHINGTON. Aug. 4.-Frederick A.
Delano of Chicago has accepted a place
on the federal reserve board and Presi
dent Wilson will send his nomination to
ths senate today. ,
I dieting republican gains this year In their
' states big enough to give control of con
gress to the republicans If the same ratio
were to prevail throughout the country.
The conference was called by W. J.
Hays, chairman for Indiana. The others
present were T. J. Sherrard of West Vir
ginia, W. I Parmenter of Ohio, Roy O.
West of Illinois, A. J. Groesbeck of
Michigan, E. J. Dlthmar of Wisconsin
and Charles . A. Rawson of Iowa. The
Ir atntflwaMs ma ncah stusab seoro b
state chairman of Missouri was absent
because of the primary In his state. , -,
Died Of Patamaala
Is seldom written of . those who cue
coughs and cold with Dr.. King's Jw
Discovery. Get a bottls today, too and
tl. All druggists. Advertisement. .
Everybody reads Be Want Ads. -
So real estate column t-r Kargna
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford Cars
Effective from August 1, 191410 August 1, 1915 and
guaranteed against any reduction during that time:
Touring Car - - 490
Runabout - - 440
Town Car - 690
F. O. B. Detroit, all car fully equipped.
(Ia the United States of America only)
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum
efficiency in our factory production, and the mini
mum cost in our purchasing and sales departments '
if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between
the above dates.
And should we reach this production,' we agree
to pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per
car (on or about August I, 191 5) to every retail
buyer who purchases a new Ford car between
August 1, 1914 and August I, 1915
For further particulars regarding 'these low prices and .
profit-sharing plan, see the nearest Ford Branch or Dealer.
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