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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1916)
THK OMAHA srXDAV I'.KM: AI'KIL !. liUfi.
FEAT OF. AN AUTO
Saxon Motor Car ' Company Drivei
Motor Can Length of Train
30NE IN RECORD TIME
If It takea day to unload seventeen
ear of eulomublli-a, how limn doe It
Ink II, O. GUI to load the lam number?
Th anawer la oris hour and forty-five
ft. O. OlII la fnHory manager of
flaion Motor I'ar company. He (Jevleed
th plan tlint reaulfeil In loading fifty
four Raton motor para onto eeventeen
flat car and gondolaa in lew than two
hour. Tlila waa dona ahen the flrat
anctlnn of a train of 172 rlaxon wa
ehlpped to ft. W. Ilanaon, tha Atlanta,
(la., dealer In fon motor car.
GUI fixed up tarpaulin cover for auto
mob)! that were waterproof and then
elected to ahlp them on flet and ton
dotaj. That wa a til Iielp to tha con
atd traflo rnmlltlona that ware
threatening to hold tip Canon or'lere.
Frill thara waa alwaya tha Ion tlma
oned, and when It ctm to malt ordnra
there waan't ufftrl,iht filae to loud fara
almultanaoualy In larva numtiera.
f.fke I,nedlf Arllllrry.
Homewher a"tll had aern a plutnr of
arllllerr being loaded onto fl,t nara hy
a runway up tha and and (hla rave him
tha hit Idea for Hexon ahlnmente, Jta
flrat fathered train of evenlern flata
and gondola on a Hunon riding. Than
ha too out tha and of tha gnndoln and
bridged ovar tha nap between rtir. Neat
e built a runway from tha around up to
tha floor of tha tall rar and than ba
trotted out fifty-four Haxon.
Kaoh anlomohlla had gaaollna enough
In Ita tank to run. With a oorp of men
for blonklng tha motor rara In placa on
tha train and enough driver U keep a
eteadjr atream of automobile In mottun,
Gill gave tha go-ahead alitnaJ.
far No. 1 wa driven on Ha own power
up tha runway to tha rear fla,t far awl
than driven along tha Imiirth of tha train
to tha front of tha front rar. It waa fol
lowed by rar No, 2 and an on until tha
ntlra train waa filled up.
Night School Quiz
For Paigo Auto Men
Night afhool for Instruction In al
iiiHtiahlp la the plan being followed tiy
1'alg distributor and tha larger dealara
throughout the country, and tha reaulta
already attained prov that Ihla educa
tional campaign la an Important factor
In Incraaalng tha effeetlveoea of tha
field foroe of the company, It hag been
Instrumental not only In making each
Paige man hetter Individual aalaaman,
but It baa heen ttia meana of unifying
tha organization and Umpiring It with A
unity of purpoaa and Ideal.
The Taiga plan, liowaver, 1 omthlng
mora than tha Inatruttlon of tha aatea
forra of earll agency. It embrace every
man In tha employ of tha dealer, from
tha office hoy to tha bookkeeper, tha
broad purpoa being to fit each one, no
matter what 1,1a job may ba, to aolt
Paige cara, ao that he may ba ahla to
aerva a proapoct Intelligently whenever
txicaelon arlaee. No cimtomer need "wu.lt
until a, aaleamnn romra In," If ha arrlvee
at an Inopportune time. The atenog
raplier or Hie office man will he able
to aell htm at wail aa tha dealer him.
Has Large Demand
Tha Pullman clover-leaf rnadeter, ha
knocked Into a cockd-hat tha old adage
that "two'a company, threea a crowd."
Owner of III! popular model find that
tha advantage of the antra aeat ma rrled
conpiea call It the "noutral aeat" are
The T. (1. Ni.rthwall company, repre
sentative, of tha Pullnun Motor r
company,' la aulhorlty fur the statement
that the tlirce-acatcd or clover-leaf roart
aler la more In demand thla eaeXon than
ever before hecauao thla atyle la the
happy medium between the two-eeated
car and the touring model,
Although the Tollman Una embrace a
two-eeated rondeler which haa met with
etcady aalca, the "clover leaf la aclaaay
looking, ril. (Incilve car, ao called becauee
of (lie niiniiKcmcut of the three Itirtl
vtdual acniK uninewhat In the ahape of
n Ibree-leaf clovrr. The two front rente
are dht'hd, leaving nn alxle-wny to the
rear met end affording, ample leg room
f i ,r ell three pa, -aetigera (if couree the
ntronce to the ePIe U by the door In the
front compartment, Th rear aeat la
really an emergency neat, or If there la
tin third pnHn nts' r lha aimce can be
c.invcnlenlly n-d for luggg
Forty Men on Track
Team at Washington
T. lil l. Mo, April I. - Trim men
of tMlituii milvei ll v'a lr k teutu
bava teM ii for duty and elecfml I'te
mint l,in ktog I'epUlii, t,i,rl,;nrf U a
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NEW DIAMOND TIRE H4S
ARRIVtO ON AUTO ROW
Cadillac Salesman Pulls Novel
Stunt to Convince a Prospect
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U W. Nygaatd, Cadlllao aalaaman In
Omaha, originate novel teat to aatlafy
a akeptlnnl buynr. ,
Automobile attleamen often have to
think of original Idea to dnmoilatrata
the vartoue (uallllca of the car they ren
reaent, but laet week tha Ple went to
"levry" Nygaard of Omaha, wb alla
Cadillac eight In tha Kebraaka Urritory.
It happened that Irry wag In a email
town and he wa ahowlnc III oar to a
bualneea man who had aoine pretty hard
hendi-d Idcaa cniicnmlnf oparallng (
pen m and nialtilemni'' eoat. In fact, lie
Inalaled that he did not think it would
be poealhla to run an eight cylinder car
more than five or alt mile on a gallon
of fuel, and none of Nyganrd a argument
could budge Mm from hla belief. Mo the
aal waa blocked on thla point al'iie.
lArry lay In hi bed at th botai that
night and thought out a gcherrte to prova
to the man that tha Cadlllao eight would
All Standard Motor
Cars Now Equipped
"The appearance In rapid aucceeelon of
motor meter on a number of gtandard
automobile I on more application of
tit old doctrine that an ounce of pre
vent Ion la worth a pound of ure," aaya
C. 3, ("orkhlll, manager of lb Nehraaka
llayne Auto Kelce company, diatrlbiiler
for the llaynea "llgtit l."
"Ilie old way of attending lo motor
on a I rip of fieceaally eeVord a lll.Ha
of 1 guea an' b' goah' meth(l, If
the cooling and lubricating ayatern of
the automobile engine war conatantly
and properly looked after, everything
we well and good, but If th radiator
dolled or went dry, It wa a two-to
on chanc-a that the driver would not
find It out until a pleton tuck or a
cylinder wa cored.
The moto foeler I pwaty a prepar-
ednrn device that protect th modern
leviathan of the road a gal oat audi ')
i ldcnta aa an unfilled radiator, a clogged
oil pipe, bad nil or a dry reaervolr.
Hliiiidlng between cracked and eored
cylinder, burned out bearing and high
fuel and oil romiumptlon, It I enelkut
motor ar liiaurfi'e,
An Idea can be formed of th danger
to whb h n under-cooled motor la e
poaed from the fact that the explosion
In the cylinder comliiiatlon cbamtiera
generate a beat of tyxO to iff) degree
Tbl beat, If allowed a free hand,
will rauae an over-en panelon of th i
nicely gdjiiated moving motJir pert,
which I Inevitably aerloua.
"Hy guardltig iigalnat over heailng the
molo-meter protect itgiilnat n' eitrv
agent gwaollne and oil conaumtitlon,
Hot motor up prodlglou amount i
of fuel and lubricant and In th latter ;
eaa tha Mtreme heat I liable to nana
the formation of large carbon depoalt
on the valve and valve aeat.
A motor I In danger befor th water
In lb cooling yatem rach th boil
ing point. It I In aerlou danger when
ateam forma, lnc water I being lot
rapidly from the cooling yalern, permit
ting the engine temperature to rla
"Tha beat running temperature la 130
to IfI degree, and tbl can be plainly
Indicated to tha driver In hi et at
all time by th moto-meter.
'A er ago only Ihre of the belter
make of car were fitted with moto-
mftterx, while at th preaent time prac
tically alt th gtandard automobllea ad-
vertle them a regular iulpment."
ROAD REPORT OF THE OMAHA
AUTO CLUB HIGHLY PRAISED
The road report bureau of tha Omaha
Automobile club 1 apoken of In a highly
complimentary manner In an article ap
pearing In the current number of Motor,
Mention of the local club I made In an
article by Fred U, Nlaon-Nlrdlltiger, a
prominent motorlat nd eportaman, who
made, a Irana-contlnentnl tour of the
country, paaelng through Omaha over the
do ten inline or more to the gallon of
gaaollne, and the nett morning be et
al'oul to arrange hla Utile device..
flrat, a gallon gianllia can waa pro
uurod arid about tt feet of arnAll rulber
tubing. With thla eoulpment In th oar
be haatetied to tha home of Mr. liuelne
Man bright and early.
Plnrt, tt one-gallon can wa faaiened
to th dh arwl the gaaollne Una diaoon
heoted from the carburetor. The rubber
tube wa uliatltuted In It place. Thoti,
In the preaonoe of Hi "proepent," on
gallon of g wa put In the can and
they alerted out for a ride.
When at a good dlelano out In lb
country th oar cam to a atop, th pod
ometer wa examined and It ehowed ei
aolly U S mllee. That wo enough. The
butt barrier bad beori aurmounted.
Tltm oar wa old and delivered that
day and Nygaard cut another notch In
hui old gun atock.
Spring Demand for
Buick Cars Exceeds
Output of Factory
The uaual early aprlng demand for
llub k car haa by far outnumbered Hi
cere available for delivery, thereby et
hane! lug the tock of cara at all of the
Nebraska Itulck Auto company branch
houaea, TMa hortage i f car, coming
at n umiiually early date compered
with former yeere, ahould overcome all
lineaelneae regardlrig the flnanidal con
ill ! of th rounlry In general.
1a- Huff, manager of th Nhrka
Itulok Auto company, apent part of the
week In Mm:oln, going over on company
II. K. Hldli.a, prealdenl of th Ne
braaka Mulck Auo eompany. mot,red to
Oiiiab from Mnuoln on Tburaday, an
comtiaiiled by hla fMinlly, to epend the
week-end a gueaf of Mr and Ma. !,
Ie Huff, riieneger of the Nehraaka
Hub k .tito company, ecoinpatiM by
Mra, Huff, will leeve during the week
for the aouth for a ehorl real during
the laller part of April.
Mollnr rll I hampe.
The Mollne club of liO Tliren-I lngue
hea aold two of lie IWfi champion I'low.
boya to the Hoi k laland club of ton aume
league, 'Ilia f)nyr are Hilly Neal,
plichcr, nnd Zdila t'layton, outfielder.
New Chandler is
a Popular Model
W, . Adama of the Card Ada ma Motor
company I very much plneaed end uulie
efithialaatbi over ttie new fli.ld In wlib li
lie la operatlntf and aeeerta that tim
new mielcla are making many friend
emong dealer and buyer.
The new foiir-pueeefiger roadster I a
'ac of ufiueuitl beuiiiy and the meclien
lent conetruclloti la in keeping with the
line of I ho car.
The venture w lib h Mr. Adam ha
mad In taking nu uih large li'iri
lury would tnijlcala Itial he he unllm
Itml fullli In hiineeir and the our he
I backing, Mr. Adnuie I new to tht
territory, having hewn, In lb uiilomolilc:
bualoee In loee f ir ereral yere peel
'Itin "Hupp" peiiple, eluim Mr. Aitiime
and the Central lua Motora co;npn
of ! MnliH', a concern In wbbdi
Adline liolda a large Inlereet, backed,
clelm I Met Adam la "enme bunlb-r" and
that hn won't ilinipinilui i lie i 'Iniodlor
people ill tbl territory
Th t'eitlral Iowa Motor company bavc
bulll up a very ubUliUl bu.ieee fot
the ' Hupp" Motor I'ar coiiipaiiy in (owe.
wneiei) aawnii 'tmmmwmmwnmt
All .11. , . . .... IJ
All ella niv la,,lt Ii L .
but there' a big rflriVrenee
In qeelllf. Uu ell re.
aervea fear engine, find ell
It le (he keet lehrleeet
tea eaa hmr. It le retlaed
frnm feeeeyltenla ,
Will net earaonle nnleee
fed too freely. Halite If
body t hlk leviperalerre,
for year eeavrelenee
I'etihare le nat In heir,
(all,, eane. Alee valine
eeee e tn Iralk, Hop In
for a vpaly,
llio nrw 'L!!it Si' i a refund icriri of h
car that rial r reair. audi a rnntion tluring the paat
raon, 1 lie "IJlit Si' wa too good to Le changed
it haa almply been refined hy tltaiJilion'of irat
covrra, aluminum iitonn, K'Py rurtatna, etc., mak
ing it a complrl car.
The engine in the new I laynea 'Light Sit it tha
game light, high-ipeed, 55 liorgcpcwer motor, that
developa more horervpower than any other engine
of the aarne bore and atroke, It will apeed up to
more than a mile a minute or throttle down to le
than a mile an hour, In actual performance it haa
fleiibility, hill-cliitihing power, get-away ability, and
economy that hat made I laynea uaera entliuitic
booatert. Ibia haa reaulled in a aale that for 1915
practically totaled the combined output of the other
car maker of Indiana.
The "Light Twelve"
The 'Light Twelve' ia a new car but one
which haa been thoroughly leafed before being an
nounced. It haa made good. Thie Mauler Motor
haa valve-in-head conafrui lion, aluminum piatoni
and all the lateat engineering development!.
3 putttigcr ruieter
5 paivflirrr toarbf ur
7-puuigeT tottrini ur
light T!re" $1885
Auto Sales Co.
2032 Farnam St.
THE HATNES AUTOMOBILE CO.
Ant ta -i- a
4 STORAGE eft
II BATTERY El
8 out of
The element of chance
doein't figure with tha
I'ciformancc it a certainty,
R5r? , cr more than eight
nut c f tm mkrri cf e!ec
tflcelty fi-juipped cart, pin'
ity and WllUrd l ervice.
t-f li.i It l a WlilaiJ,
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l-i n lev iitiuit gr,
lot ret at. Tel thteg. tilt
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el aaf !
Standard Seven-Paiienger, $1035
Without Auxiliary Seats, JIOOq
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I'tutkit and Wfntrrn Iowa
A, H. JONES
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OUR abnolute faith in the Max
well car it due to two reasons:
First, we have known that
the Maxwell Company uses nothing
in the entire car but the very best
that money can buy. We have
known that the steel is scientifically
heat treated, that the car is built
under the supervision of able engi
neers, that every car is rigidly tested
many times before it leaves tho
Second, we have known that the
big and well established company
behind the car is building for the
future, that they value a satisfied
owner above everything else.
Now that the Maxwell has set the
World's Motor Non-Stop Mileage
Record, by travelling continuously
for 44 days and nights averaging
500 miles per day you will under
stand the benefits you personally
may derive from the Maxwell policy.
Did you ever hear of any car going
22,000 miles without once stopping
the engine, without any repairs or
readjustments, with only one gallon
of gasoline to every 22 miles?
There is no reason why you
fihouldn't have n reliable, serviceable
nnd economical Maxwell car. The
first cost is low, the operating cost Is
low and the health and happiness
dividends ore big.
Let us sec you aliout this now,
lcfore our allotment is exhausted.
Touring Car, $655, Road.ter, $033
fitee f. U. M tit
C. W, Francis Auto Co.
!)la.l larnam Stmt.
IMmntt leoVlj(!aa 11).
Phone Tyler 1000 S7S;i-
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