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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1915)
THE OMAHA- SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 19, 19Tb,
H wsrer that It could successfully maintain
Carl ChanRstrom, manager of the
Ftandard Motor Car company, 14 making
a trip over hi territory In tho Interest
of the Alln Motor Car company of Faa
tarla, Okl. The Allen exhibit at Lincoln
ha produced numroue buyera and tho
problem now U to allot the car In auch
portions aj will keep ail dealers aatlafled.
Mr. peteraon of Peterson Ruaaell.
Deadwood, & D., h bn vlsltlne; tho
Nebraska Haynes Auto company durtns;
the laat few daya Mr. Iteron la tak
ing fcack a carload of Haynes automo
biles to anxloua nlhnelaats In Dead
wood. Joseph Uvlniwton, assistant manager
of the local Btudebaker branch, has been
transferred to Indtanapolla, Ind., whera
lie will act aa assistant manager of th
Indianapolis branch. Indianapolis Is Mr.
IJvlngston's old home atld, although ha
was aaUsfled In Omaha, Ms family was
anxious to return. '
D. U 'Watson, rnral sales manacar
of th Haynes Automobtla company of
Kokomo, Ind., spent the Utter part of
last week with 0. J. Ooikhlll. local re
presentative of the Haynes, arranftnv for
the extension of Mr. Corkhlll's territory.
WANT JEFFERSON HIGHWAY
TO RUN THROUGH OMAHA
Efforts to hav the proposed new Jef
ferson Hlrhway ps through Omaha will
be made by five local good roads enthusi
asts, who hava been Invited to attend the
organisation of the association at New
Orleana, November IB and 11 The Invita
tion to help create tha new highway waa
extended to tha Omaha Commercial club.
The Jefferson Highway will connect
Winnipeg, Canada, with New Orleana,
and will serve as a main auto road north
and south, through tha territory wast of
th Mississippi rlvar and half way to tha
LONG NON-STOP RUN MADE
BY NEW SAXON ROADSTER
A dispatch that has just reached here
tells of a remarkable non-stop run by a
Haxon roadster over Colorado reads,
setting out with Will Martin ef Diaver
as driver and A. C. Newton, a newspaper
man, as observer, this car averaged more
than twenty miles per hour In 100 miles
of non-stop running, thus , winning;" a
Lady Gergory of
Irish Players to
Lecture in Omaha
A meeting of the Irama league cf
Omaha was held Saturday morning at
the home of Miss Kate Mcllugh, and
plana for the year's work were discussed.
It was announced that the first lecture
to be given under the auspices of the
rew league will be on October 2S, when
Lady Gregory of the Irish players will
lecture on the Irish theater. The place
of the lecture will be announced later.
Mlea Janet McDonald, chairman of the
educational committee, submitted tenta
tive plana for work among study clubs.
A rally of all members will be held In
about two weeka. at which time these
plans will be further developed.
All Other Cities
A few weeke ago when Passenger Traf
flo Manager Moody of Pennsylvania lines
was here, he waa ahown about the city by
Traveling Passenger Agent Roland, the
company's representative hera. At the
time he commented upon the activity In
building operations and before leaving
asked Mr. Roland to compile and send to
him a list of the many large buildings
In eourae of construction.
Mr. Roland complied with the request
of Mr. Moody and now he has reserved a
reply. In his letter Mr. Moody asserts
that he has traveled about the country
a great deal during tha last rummer and
that In no place visited has he found a
city apparently so active and Prosperous
aa Omaha. Ha adds that Omaha is out
stripping practically all the cltlea In the
number of buildings being erected.
A "For Sale" ad will turn seoond-hand
furniture Into cash. . .
ANTHONY BROTHERS TO
OPEN NEW RESTAURANT
The Anthony brothers, whs) were for
merly directors oC the afe and grill
room at the Fontenelle hotel, hare an
nounced that they will open a restaurant
over Wrothe's grill on Faraam street, be
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth street,
The restaurant, they announce, will be
one of the most modern and up-to-date
In the west The dining room will be
completely remodeled and all equipment
will be new. The Anthonys have had
wide experience In the restaurant busi
ness In the east and declare that the
cafe they will open In Omaha will reoelv
all the benefits of their wide knowledge
This oolamn Is to be a refalar
feature of the Ante rage aad will
be devoted, to the nroper oare of
automobiles. Contributions will be
Motor Car Doa'ts.
Don't attempt to atart engine with
the switch turned off or without gasoline
In the tank.
Don't fill the lubracator In tha motor
and neglect to lubracate all other parts
of the car.
Don't neglect the lubrication of any part
of the car.
Don't advance the apark when starting
Don't allow the clutch to engage sud
denly. Don't apply the brakea suddenly, un
less absolutely necessary.
Don't neglect to Inspect the level of the
acid In the storage battery at least onoe
every two weeka.
Don't turn corners at high speed.
Don't neglect to keep the radiator filled
with water, or with a good antl-freeslng
solution In cold weather.
Don't attempt to ahlft gear Into reverse
when car Is moving ahead.
Don't ahlft from high gear to lowwr
speeds when going at high rate of speed.
Don't fair to Investigate any unusual
aound which may develop In the ear.
Don't drive fast or attempt to stop
suddenly on a wet pavement.
Don't release clutch when throttle Is
open very wide.
Don't race your motor.
Don't let every Tom, Dick and Harry
drive your car.
Don't let every mechanlo, or so-called
repair man, make you believe that he
knows more about the way a car should
be built than the manufacturer.
Don't forget to put water In the battery.
Don't use the starter to run the car.
Don't blame the atarter when the en
gine doesn't start look In the gasoline
Don't put In starting button when the
motor Is running.
Don't push In starting button when the
shifting lever Is In gear.
Den't forget that uelng the starter a
certain nuntber of t lines will run down
the battery, unless the motor Is run suf
ficiently to recharge It.
Contributed by Evans, of Noyes-Kllly
Reds Rny Callahan.
The Cincinnati club purchased Pitcher
R. J. Callahan from the Hpokane club of
the Northweetern league.
Bradley la Shifted.
The Brooklyn club haa released and the
Newark club has slimed substitute First
baseman Hugh Bradley.
Motoring in Winter
Almost as Pleasant
as in the Summer
No longer will the cold winter months
hold terror for the automobile dealer be
cause the late models are so designed
that motoring In winter Is nearly as much
of a pleasure as In summer.
The motor car haa grown to be a social
necessity as well as a business necessity.
The busy business man cannot be con
fronted with the necessity of bundling
up, putting on oven-hoes and doing nu
merous other things to combat the ele
ments. Momenta are too precious. Too
much time la wasted. Quick action Is too
The women, too, must save precious
moments, and their comfort must be con
sidered. Social calls and shopping can
be made much more of a pleasure. In
stead of appearing with mud-bespattered
shoes and skirts fringed with mud or
dampened with snow or rain, the motor
car woman can enjoy the comforts of
good weather all the year.
The automobile men of Omaha are,
like the manufacturer, conversant with
the new demand to be met with. Models
of the all-year cars are now being dis
played by numerous dealers, and an ef
fort Is being made to make motoring an
all-year pleasure and convenience.
Among the new cars of the all-year
type on display are the Cadillac, Klssell,
Hudson, Hdpmoblle and Chandler. Other
cars will make announcements, too, re
garding U winter cars.
VICTOR H- R00S GOES TO
Victor H. Roos, the local Harley-Davld-son
distributer, leaves thla evening to
attend the annual National Motorcycle
show, which la to be held at Chicago this
week. He will also visit the Harley
Davidson factbry at Milwaukee and make
arrangements for hla 1916 machines, for
which he haa already booked quite a
number of orders and which will be
ready for delivery In a few we'ks.
All the prominent motorcycle manufac
turers will display their 1916 models for
the first time, and dealers from all parts
of the United Rates and Canada will
flock to the Chlcasro Coliseum t' behold
what their respective factories have
created for them to sell for the coming
Liver Complalat Makes Yon Un
happy. No Joy In living If your stomach and
liver don't work. Stir your liver with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. AH druggists.
NOTED WRITER HEADED
THIS WAY IN HIS AUTO
George Horace Lorlmer, editor of th
Saturday Evening Post, Is taking a motor
Jaunt over the Lincoln highway to Ban
Francisco. Lorlmer's influential pen can,
do much to counteract the bad Impres
sion of our western highway tourists,
received during our unusually wet spring
and summer. The average eastern mo
torist going through thla year Is used to
permanent roads back home and he had
his perspective warped out of all pro
portion and dilated profusely In letters
about our bad roads as a rule, whereas
the condition this year was th excep
U. S. COURT IN SESSION
AT NORFOLK ON MONDAY
The United States district court, which
was In session at Chadron the first part
of this week, will open court in Norfolk
Monday. Judge T. C. Munger will be on
the bench, and nearly two weeks' work Is
expected at Norfolk. Inasmuch as Court
opens In Omaha on September IT It will
bo necessary to open court In Norfolk;
for a week, then come to Omaha, after
which a recess will be declared In the
Omaha court, and the work will be fin
ished In Norfolk before It Is resumed In
1350h Sovm Passenger
You ride in the Chalmers
Six-4 0 not on it
THERE may b those wfco Haa "with
a (rain of salt" the statement that
a $1 350 car can be made to ride at easily
and be at comfortable aa a car selling for
$6000 or more.
Nevertheless, it la absolutely true dial
bo car, at any price, rides any easier or is
more comfortable than this $1350 Chal
mers Six-40, and a ride in it will thorough
ly convince you of this fact
Comfort must be huilt into a car, but It
is not difficult if you vie how.
The seat bads and side Walls of the
Six-40 are built for comfort according
to scientific principles that year ef ex
perience have taught us.
The seats and side walls are deep and
roomy, the upholitery it luxurious and is
f full Uathtf. The leg-room is aanple.
Truly, you ride tn this car not on it
The rear springs are 57 inches long
the longest on any car in the world at the
price. side from the great comfort they
give you will find that their resilient action
will save you tire bills.
And, finally, there is always in the
Six-40 the comfort of steady potter the
quick acceleration the easy, vibrationless
pull of the marvelous valve-in-head over
head camshaft motor.
Let us show you some real motor car
comfort Let us do it to-Ja).
New Service to Owner
Every Ckalmert dteler tivet l
nery buyer ef e Ckalmert car s
StrvUt Ceafea Deem, aatk temaem
redeeaxakie far s defiatta
amount af uueeclian ttrvict at say
Cnii dealer' t aaywere.
Cnalsaer Club and CluWaa
Every Ckalmert earner it entitled ts
a mtti. card la I he ChaUaert
Clue cemmendtnt ktm ta rvarte
net ef CUwn refrtteatanraa
everymker and fa ratetra "The
(Uwri Clukmea taauiart aula
We are clotting our territory now, and want good U
agent. Write us (or particular.
Stewart-Toozer Motor Co.
l-'JlSa Fiu-iuun Hiieet. Thcne loug. $H,
lhe result of
Jhzzifding motor cars
The 1916 Haynes is
with Many New Refinements
GOME see the. 1916 Haynes the same wonderful car that was the sensa
tion of last season the car that still dominates the "light six" field. Many
hew refinements have been added for your comfort and convenience.
, The bodies are big and roomy, with deep rolls of soft upholstery. Real
hand-buffed leather is used. Individual, adjustable front seats are used on
both the five and seven passenger models. t The front doors are retained so
that entrance may be had directly to the front compartment
BaawW eaiiag raeJeeaeaf sa4
lastde otsseaaeses) 4 Moeel S,
Prlea f MM i. a. k r sties a, IaxWaa
The two auxiliary seats used m the seven
pastenfier model disappear entirely into the floor
when not in uie.
The three passenger roadster is of the
clover leaf design, containing three individual teati
with form fitting upholitery. The center teat it
dropped hack and an aitleway is left between the
forward seats. An unusual amount of carrying
space is provided.
Self -lubricating springs are used in the
chassis. Helical bevel drive gears are used in the
rear axle. The equipment includes a Waltham
clock, Boyce Moto-Meter, trouble lamp, automatic
circuit breaker to Uke the place of fuses, Sparton
horn and non-skid tirea on the rear. Over size
tires on the seven passenger model.
BWwini ea4laf emaAseaeot a4
inside dimeasioaa ot Model U,
sere peeseaer toariag car.
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TLtm Body Style
Aaaertee's Gneeet "UAt
Sia" i pamamga TMT
tot Cea, L21 waeelhase,
weight 20 lb. 13i
Tke Ttrlilrat Roadtter ia
Ta Kokoaa Bta
t-f miaier Toajrlal Cea,
127 wfcaelfcae, Wuhi
AH price Uk Kakejea
Nebraska Haynes Auto Sales Co.
2032 Farnam Street - - - Omaha, Nebraska
THE HAYNES AUTOMOSUJE COMPANY, KOKOMO, INDIANA
MeJel $4, Five Paseetifer Teeuisaj Car, IMea $13SS, 1 a. W Kokoeao, IwL
r T 'SPSBMSaaMMSS-saWltal
See the Haynes
Buy Your Car
See tho Haynes,
ride in it, test it
out and we will
leare It to your
own Judgment if
It la not the hi
feat buy la the
z"Let your Next Car be a Chalmers'
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