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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. JUNE 16, 1916.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"Tovruend's for Sporting Good."
"Electric Finn, 13.50. BurneH-(irsnlen Co
Goodrich (iitrtlfn Homo Morton & Son.
Diamond Engagement Rings Edholm.
Hae Root Trlnt It Now Beacon Press.
To Borrow Money on Real Estate see
J. H. Dumonl. Koeltne Bldg.
"Today's Movie Program," ( -lassiilod sec
tion today. It Hpnears In The Hew exclu
sively. Kind 'out what the vrtIoub moving
picture theaters offer.
Three Auto Wwlped Autos belonging to
the, following were stolen Wednesday: N.
T. Cornelius, 4225 Patrick avenue; K. A.
T,ucke, 2704 Meredith avenue, and t. C.
Hart, 120 South Fifteenth street.
Andirons, Fire Screen Sunderland's.
Two Are, Fined Pharles Conroy and E.
Murphy, 15i!fi North Seventeenth street,
charged with disturbing the peace along
the tine of march of the Flag day parade,
were each fined $16 and costs.
Belle Vernon Fined Bell o Vernon. 61
North Seventeenth street, was fined $Sb and
costs In police court on a charge of keep
ing a disorderly house. One Inmate taken
from the place was fined a like amount.
Coons at River view Park J. Y. Craig, su
perintendent of Forest Lawn cemetery, cap
tured a family of four baby coons in the
cemetery. He gave the antm;ils to Commis
sioner Hummel, who placed th happy fam
ily In his zoo at Rlvervlew park.
To Inspect Auto Filling Stations Tn ac
cordance with a resolution offered by Com
missioner Butler and adopted by the rtty
council. Inspector Pegs: of the city weights
and measures department will make regu
lar Inspections of the automobile gasoline
filling stations scattered throughout the
Hit by Motorcycle A. H. Chambers, man
ager of the National Life, U. 8, A., march
ing on the left flank of one of the platoons
of the life Innurance section.- was struck by
the first aid man riding a moiyrcynle. who
passed on without stopping. Mr. Chambers
Is confined to his bed from the nervous
Add Another Sleeper Business on the
Northwee tern's north Nebraska lines has
increased to such an extent that It has
become necessary to add another sleeper
to the equipment of No. 1. This sleeper
will be attached for the first time Friday
morning and will be carried as far west
as Chadron. Returning, It will be carried
by No. 2.
To Address Technical Club Colonel Henry
A. Allen, chief mechanical engineer of the
city of Chicago, will address the Omaha
Technical club at the Paxton hotel at 6:30
p. m. Monday, June 26, on "Scientific Dis
posal of Garbage." The colonel has made
a study of this subject and has had prac
tical experience In this work. He built the
lite "Tex-THe" Shingles Sunderland's.
Albright Lad Finds
"Seeing the World"
Two months of sleeping in box
cars, doorways and barns and pro
viding his own meals with the few
pennies he could earn selling news
papers, was enough to cure 13-year-old
Henry Swodeck, 1521 Drexel ave
nue, Albright, of his desire to see the
He ran away from home two
months ago and the police ana juve
nile authorities had been seeking him
His parents had been frantic with
grief since their son's disappearance.
When he was brought into juvenile
court before Judge Leslie, Henry
said that he would be eager to stay at
home after this.
"I didn't have a square meal all the
time I was away," he said.
Windsor School Grads
Hold Their Exercises
Graduates from the eighth grade of
Windsor school held their final excr-
night before a big company of their
tnenas. me program was pan musi
cal and part delivery of quotations
from Shakespeare. The girls of the
class made the dresses in which they
appeared themselves. Following is
the program given:
"The Dancers" (P. Lacome).
PlBno duet, Pauline Rlchey. Pauline
Tlano solo, Pearl Palmer.
Quotations from Shakecpeare. Donald
Head, Dudley Gillette, Minnie Brooks, Caro
The Sandman (Brahms).
Violin solo, Charles Ortman.
Piano solo, Hedvlka Ressnichek.
Shields, Roy Smith, Gunnar Olsen, Emily
Piano solo, Mildred Lite.
Violin solo, David Simon.
Piano solo, Harriet Savage.
Quotations, Drew Sutton, Erma Qulnn,
Ralph Olsen, Howard Twlford.
Plnno solo, Marjorle Smith.
i-iano buhj. insm. ...u.,. .......
Quotations, Burt Corless. Laura Hering,
Fred Merrill. Carol) Baldwin, Josoph
Piano solo, Alice Kleffner.
Piano solo. Vera Manning.
Piano solo, Marguerite Schafer.
Quotations, Clarence Binder, Robert Pute,
Mary Finney, Robert Lowry, Russell Petllt.
"Spring Time," Phyllis Brown, Evelyn
Newbranch, Hilda Anderson, Gladys Stanley,
Viola Gross, Doris Kaoatsher, Marian Fisher,
A pronounced hit was made by the
delivery of a class prophecy by Rus
sell Petit, who predicted all sorts of
futures for his classmates. Merit
of an unusual degree was displayed
by some of the young musicians.
WHEAT CONTINUES ON
ITS DOWNWARD COURSE
On the Omaha market wheat con
tinues on its downward course, los
ing a cent to a cent and one-half
per bushel and selling at 8696 cents
per bushel. Receipts were fair, there
being sixty carloads on the market.
Corn was a cent to one and one
half cents up, selling at 6472 cents.
The receipts were forty-five cars.
' Oats were unchanged from Wednes
day, selling at ibliiTi cents per
bushel, with the receipts twelve car
loads. BISHOP BRISTOL TO BE GUEST
OF HONOR AT RECEPTION
Bishop Frank M. Bristol of the
Methodist Episcopal church, who will
depart in a few days for his new Held
in the south, will be the guest of
honor at a reception at the First
Methodist Episcopal church this eve
ning. He preached his farewell sermon in
Omaha at the Hirst Memorial church
Tuesday, at which time he was pre
sented with a large bouquet of roses
by the young men's class of the Sun
day school. '
Sloan's Liniment Reltore Congestion.
Aa soon as you apply Sloan's Liniment,
tho confestton disappear, and your pain
If (on.. Bodily warmth Is renewed. tit.
All druKists. Advertisement.
ELKS HOLD THEIR
EXERCISES IN PARK
General Harries the Orator, and in
His Address He Pays Tribute to
the American Flag.
DECLARES FOR PREPAREDNESS
General George H. Harries paid a
nice tribute to the flag in his address
at Hanscom park after . the parade,
during the annual Flag day exercises
of the Elks.
The Elks' division nnp nf tli fi,a
divisions Of the hitr Flair Hav naranV
instead of disbanding at Sixteenth
and Leavenworth streets, as the rest
Of the divisions rliri maintain!
formation and moved to Hanrnm !
park, where the exercises were held. '
liencral Harries. SDeaker of the
day. reviewed the success of the aft
ernoon parade, of which he was grand
marshal, and spoke of what this pa
rade meant to Omaha and the coun
try. "Do we fully realize," he asked,
what this day of Omaha demonstra
tion means throughout the country?"
"It is a voice crying in what was
so lately the geographical wilderness
tne supposed wilderness ot placid
unconcern. '1 his flag is our flag, let
no man dare say otherwise.' "
RevicwiiiK the historv of the flair
briefly, and commenting on some of
President Wilson's recent remarks,
the general continued in part:
"The things we must do to extend
and to make effective this rebirth of
individual interest in the common
weal are many. Even a hastily com
piled catalogue of our shortcomings
would be an appalling document. An
inventory of the necessary men,
money and material makes startling
revelation of our carelessness.
But One Keynote.
"As to the seriousness of the topic
there is little real difference of opin
ion. Recognizing the public concern
our political elements are declaring
themselves in tones which may ul
timately harmonize. There is but
one keynote, and it will be for the
people of this land to determine
which of the vocalists sings true.
Meanwhile let us have the essential
thing preparedness of the spirit.
Without that the most carefully
framed plans and the most extrava
gant of preparations will not avail."
Stenger May Come
of Union Pacific
A rumor has reached Union Pacific
headquarters from St. Joseph to the
effect that Ernest Stenger, general
manager of the St. Joe & Grand Is
land, one of the auxiliary lines of the
Union Pacific, may become general
superintendent of the Overland sys
tem, with headquarters in Omaha.
At headquarters here the rumor is
regarded merely as a rumor. There
are no officials in town who have
authority to speak, all of them being
out on the main line, or in the east.
The appointment of a general man
ager would come within the scope of
the authority of President Calvin, who
assumes his otticial duty July 1, and
who is now in Salt Lake City.
When General Manager Jeffers was
promoted from general superinten
dent, it was intimated that the last
named office would remain unfilled,
but there now seems to be an under
current of opinion that the idea has
been abandoned and that the posi
tion of general superintendent may
be continued. At the present time
the office force of the general super
intendent is being held intact, and Mr.
Jcffery officially is performing the
duties of both general manager and
PICKPOCKETS BUSILY PLY
TRADE DURING THE PARADE
During the hours of Wednesday
afternoon that the Flag day parade
was engaging the attention ot the
populace thieves were busily plying
C. B. Cornell of Lincoln was re
lieved of $80 at Sixteenth and Far
nam streets. Mrs. J. Jasper, 2220
Cuming street, lost a mesh bag con
taining $1. Margente Woodruff, 3846
Hamilton street, lost a purse contain
ing $3; Mrs. E. M. Learning, 4J19
Grant street, lost a purse containing
a valuable watch, and H. B. Hester,
618 Oak street, was relieved of a
JOE HUMMEI GETS SOME
TENTS TO USE IN PARKS
When the city council appropriated
$400 from the park fund for the pur
chase ot tents, Mayor Damman in
quired whether Commissioner Hum
mel intended to go into the circus
'No. replied Mr. Hummel, these
tents will be used for various purposes
in connection with park activities.
For instance, durng the Fourth of
July celebration in Fontenelle park, a
tent will be provided tor the con
venience of motheri with infants. We
need - a tent occasionally at the
Ring Gets Two Hours Sleep and
i ruuud me looked surreptitiously at
i men icii nuwj imgvij.
I hDn Htttc in n lrv Krrcv Mnrv' w"'is ,our-1 1 f.rc" Mam
BY RING W. LARDNER.
St. Louis, June 15. (Special Tele
gram.) They ' ad a trifle over two
hours of convention here today and
didn't do nothing, because they was
afraid that if they done something
they wouldn't be nothing left to do
and we got to stay here till Saturday
so the brewers will clean up enough
to spend the summer at South
I will write this stuff like usual
ii. chronological order, like it hap
pened, the same way two other stars,
Irving R. Coob and Arthur Brisbane,
write their stuff, and each one of we
three stars claims that the others
stole the idea from him, but it was
Moses that really got up the idea
Kiley Wilson, the Virginia spell
next with a few new ones like Abra
ham Lincoln and "I'nited we stand,
stewed we stagger." When he had
run out of gas the band played to
waste a little more time, and then
Governor Glynn, the well known New
York Spaniard, plucked more fragrant
flowers of eloquence than we. thought
was in the garden. He drug in the
name of Woodrow Wilson and the
whole convention got up and yelled
and marched around, and waved
flags and they figured that if they
kept it up long enough the governor
would get hungry and go Home. But
he stuck right on the job, and when
everybody was sick of making a
monkcv of thcmself, he was nice
and fresh and ready to continue and
binder, spell-bound us till 4 o'clock! had thought up a few more hundred
this morning and I didn't have any
thing to do after that till o clock,
when 1 was billed to meet a train,
so 1 got pretty near two hours sleep
and that pretty good for a conven
tion. He Eat All He Wanted.
TJicn 1 wanted to get two extra
tickets f the convention and I wenl
ii. the Sullivan headquarters and says
to Mr. Skidmore:
"Mr. Skidmore," I says, "Mr. Bren-
nan promised me a couple of extra
So Mr. Skidmore gave me the
couple of tickets and then I went out
and seen Mt. Brennan and ast him
lor a couple of extra tickets and he
says "Sure I will get them for you."
but 1 says: "Never mind, I already
bo then l went to tne manager oi
the hotel and ast him to put Frank
King out of my room and he put
Frank out and give him another
room, and now I won't have to fur
nish ideas for cartoons no more.
Pretty soon it come time to bo
out to the Coliseum and I rode in
a horseless carriage and the man that
drove it was scared if he went over
two miles an hour he'd blow out a
spark plug and it would cost him the
Instead of going in the press box
like usual, I set way up in the gallery
and three arguments against suffrage
set right behind me and kep me on
tender hooks until the music started.
After awhile the band played "Mary
land, My Maryland," the tune of
which was made in Germany and "My
Country 'Tis of Thee" that the melody
was wrote in England. They done
this to make it neutral.
Then the convention opened up and
I was glad I was setting in the gal
lery, because I couldn't hear all of
what thev was savins on the platform.
The first speaker was the Rev. Lee
that's a presiding alderman in the
Methodist church. When nea saia
his prayer we was all thankful he
hadn't been called on for a sermon.
The person he was praying to would
Drobablv be liked better if they'd been
about six thousand words of it cut
out. After the prayer was over, sev
eral ano lauded, which is done in the
republican circles. One auditor
jumped right out of his seat and
shouted to his reverence: "Brother,
vou said something." which was true.
Mr. Coombs, the committee chair
man or whatever he is, broke out
Took fr the B.IT ..,.,,
druggist about It.
Increases strength of
delicate, nervous, run
down people 200 per
cent in ten days in
many instances. 910Q
forfeit if it faili as per
full explanation tn large
article toon to appear
in thfi paper.
Ask your doctor or
Drug Stores always carry it in stock.
SIMPLE HOME TREATMENT
Free Trial and Demonstration
at the Loyal Hotel
Rimture sufferers In and near thle city
will be riven the opportunity of witnessing
a most remancaoie demonstration oi wnai
STUART'S PJAPAO-PADS do for ruptured
people. Those desiring: It will also be given
a liberal trial or n.AfAU xor noma treat
ment, absolutely FREE.
DOES AWAY WITH TRUSS
Th. PLAPAO'PADS are entirely differ.
cnl from the artldle commercially known
a. a "trtiM." In (act. thev are deplaned
to do away wtfh banda of eteel and rubber
that chafe and pinch. Their remarkable
aucceaa li due to the principle of keeping
constantly applied the scientifically com
pounded aDsoroeni-B.irinaeni meaicauon
called PLAPAO. The purpose Is to con.
tract and strenathen the weakened abdoml
nal muscles, thus closing the hernial open
ing as nature Intended so the rupture
CAN'T corns down.
Being self-adhesive, and when adhering
closely to the body slipping or shifting
Is Impossible, therefore they are an Im
portant adjunct In retaining rupture that
cannot be held by a truss.
Demonstrator Babcock, whose wide expe
rience In this country and Europe makes
him an authority on matters pertaining to
the application of PLAPAO-PADS to any
particular rupture, will be at Hotel Loyal
Sunday and Monday. June IS and Iff. only.
Hours, 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. and he will be
pleased to give WITHOUT CHARGE, to
all who call, expert advice and trial for
home treatment. Do not fall to call on
Mr. Babcock during bis stay In the city.
Don't Let Soap
Spoil Your Hair
ords to sav about Old Glory and
Little Va. Once he says something
that sounded like Bryan and Mr.
Bryan thought it was, and applauded.
Mr. Brvau was down in the press box
and was nattily attired in a Prince
Albert coat that the prince forgot to
take off one night.
Hears Bryan Travels.
Mr. Brvan travels light, they say.
He doesn't even have to carry a hair
brush. 1 and He will be just like
that in a few more years. Alexander
Hamilton seemed to be Governor
Glvnn's favorite topic of conversation.
because, as 1 says before, they ain't
no old democrats that the party can
boast of. The gov. got mixed in a
figure of speech once and nut himself
bad with the suttragc element,
"The rugged hands of the women
and the delicate hands of the men."
was what he says, and all the girls
mond get up and bolt the democratic
Secretary Kremer says a few words ;
about what the convention had been ;
called for, so as they would not no-'
body think they was to slice cucum-l
What the Referee Says.
Charley White, the New York ref
eree, was head door tender.
"How do they look to you I ast
him in a brief interview.
"Not very good he says. But
then 1 suppose I'm spoiled because
most of the guys I been associated
with was boxers."
When I made up my mind they
wasn't no use in me staying around
longer, I beat it down town and
went in the big department store to
buy a shirt. They was two of my
size to select from, so I got them both
and am going without meals tonight
Between Two Parties.
Tonjght they's going to he what
they, call a frolic at Delmar garden
under the ostriches of the Press club,
and I was ast to go and keep still,
but Irving Cobb was ast to speak
and I won't stand for no playing
favorites. 1 will just ignore their
darn old party, and when I say party,
I don't mean the democratic party,
because you can't live in this hotel
and ignore that.
Tomorrow they's going to be an
other two-hour sesession and when
they adjourn they're going to the
ball game, so maybe if I feel good
tomorrow I will go along and instead
of writing about the convention I
will write about the ball game, and
try and make it awfully funny, which
some of the games here is without
I seen Katherine Synon interview
Secretary Daniels today and she kept
a straight tace all through.
SWINE SHOW SURE & Fine Aid For ;
of rip, siiriCRSS Mother-to-be
wa as A V s w v w a
We nre all greatly Indebted to those1
Hror. from All Over the Cotintrv i who teU their experiences. And among
Send Quick Responses to the , .Toc3 d 'about "anS
LOSE NO TIME IN REPLYING
Right back at you That is the
lightning speed with which the swine
breeders of the country are acting in
the matter of announcing their inten
tion to exhibit their swine at the na
tional swine show, lo he held in
Omaha October I to 7 this year.
A great volume of personal letters
were sent by the bureau of publicity
to the breeders all over the country
calling attention to the show, and ask
ing how many would exhibit. 1 hose
letters went out only four days ago.
The first mail Thursday brought four
replies, all favorable.
R. 1... Kill, secretary of the Mis
souri Duroc-Jersey Swine show, gave
assurance that many in their state as
ociation would exhibit at Omaha, and
said that a big book is being prepared
by the association boosting for the
national show at Omaha, and to be
distributed to the number of some
5,000 at the Missouri state fair.
Thomas F. Kent of Walnut, la.,
says he will be an exhibitor, and that
exhibitor! will be numerous from
W. L. Fowler, professor of animal
husbandry of the University of Okla
homa, wrote for all possible informa
tion on the show as to requirements
for entrance, priies offered and much
other information, which he will deal
out to the breeders of Oklahoma.
John B. Evans of Dakota City
writes that he will have a good ex
hibit himself and that many other
breeders in his section are planning
Dortancft to tha exoec.
tant mother, li splen
did external remedy
Friend." Thle Ii ap
plied over the muocle
of the stomach. It li
deeply penetrattnr In
It Influence Motben
rerywbere tell of its
aoothlof effect, how H
allay paini Incident tc
tretrhJn of corrla.
liframente and muscle. Tliejr tell of restful
comfort, of calm, peaceful night, an ab
sence nf those dhtrcascs peculiar to the pe-
noa or expectancy, relief from morning
slcknen, no more of that apprehension with
which so many younf women's minds he
come burdened. It U a splendid help. Oet
a bottle of "Mother's Friend" from your
nearest drufffiH. Auk your husband to get
It for you. Then write to Brndfleld Rep
tilator Co 408 Lamar Bldr Atlanta, Oa.,
ror a rery nanusome and innructiTe book.
It Is filled with auinrestlre Ideas of creat
neip to mi women inwrenea id ine sunject
or mstermiy. Ana nesi or an are smne let
ten from mothers that art real Inspirations.
A New, Harmless Way .)
to Banish Hairy Growths
By following this suvsestlon any woman
can. In th privacy of her own home.
mova every trace of hair or fust from her
fae: With powdered del a tone and wster
mix enough paste to cover the not wanted
hairs; apply and in S or t minutes rub off
and wash th aktn. This method ta un
falling, harm lens and quick In results, but
care should ba employ ad to get the genulna
When you wash' your hair, be careful
what you use. Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali, which
ta very Injurious, as It dries the scalp and
makes the hair brittle.
The beat thing to uae la Just plain mul
alfted cocoanut oil. for this Is pure and en
tirely greasetss. It's very cheap, and beats
the moat expensive aoapa or anything else
all to pieces. Tou can get this at any
drug store, and a few ounces will last the
whole family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with water and
rub It In, about a teaspoonful Is alt that Is
required. It makes an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and
rinses out eaally. The hair dries quhkly
and evenly, and fa aoft, fresh-looking,
bright, fluffy, wavy and easy to handle.
Besldet, It looaenn and takes out every pur,
tide of duet, dirt and dandruf. Adv.
I Don't Like Grafters
Our profession is full of grafters, and many of them who
claim to ba "Ethical." Everybody approaches the doctor witn
fear of outrageous charges or adviaed operation. Go to aome
of theae doctors for examination and be will send you to his
friend for farther examination, and by the time you are
through you have paid several fees and adviaed to make ready
for the hospital and operation. If you will not submit to this
graft they will advise sli weeks' rest cure at $2I week that
yoxt could have taken at home at no expenae. THIS IS NOT
A DREAM it Is going on in Omaha every day. Some of
Omaha'a moat noted doctors resort to this graft. THEY
DON'T ADVERT! 8K it is beneath their dignity. Dignity
and honesty ia easily forgotten when the dollar la in sight
Why do they charge honest country people $10 to $20 for
examination and charge city folks only $2 or $8. If you
don't believe they do this, just go and tell them you are from
out of town. IT 16 A CRIME the way they try to scare some
Innoeent neoole. and make a big and expensive cane out nf
Simple matter. I WONT DO IT I NEVER DID DO IT. I want all the business I
can get, but not that kind. You can some to me knowing you will get an honest deal
and you will pay a small eaah fee each time at the office. If I don't please you, don't
come hack. Consultation and your medicine 1.00. Examination or office treatment
12.00. Just a square deal like you used to get before the day of the grafter and spe
elalist SPECIAL ATTENTION DISEASES OF WOMEN.
DR. J. C. WOODWARD,
901 Reae Building loth and Farnam. Phone Tylar 260.
Office Hours, f Ul. P. M. Wednesday. iO to Sunday
Ride now on-
"Tires of Renown!"
GAIN they bearaway the Palm I
Un Sunday, June ii, at tne umcago ueroy, auu-mue
VU IJUIlUajf UIIQ 1 VlllVaU UJ , uvu uiuv
Race. all of the FIRST NINE cars were Silvertovm-ed!
The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places, and razes, were won on
SILVERTOWN CORD TIRES.
These, by Resta, De Palma, Christiaens and O'Donnell respectively.
Some Silvertown Triumph
De Palmt-Indianapoli; Miy Slit, 1915
500 Mile Race, at 89) Miles per hour
Resta, Chicago, June 26th, 1915
500 Mile Race, at 97 MUea per hour;
Resta, Chicago, August 7th, 1915
100 Mile Race, at 100, MUea per hour
Cooper, Minneapolis, Sept 4th, 1915 ,
300 Mile Race.
Anderson, Sheepshead Bay, Oct. 9th, 1915
350 Mile Race, at 102 Milea per hour
Mulford, Sheepshead Bay, May 4th, 1916
24 Hour Race, at 75J Miles per hour
Resta, Indianapolis, May 30th, 1916
500 Milea, on Brick Track, at 83J Miles
Resta Chicago, June 11th, 1916
300 Mile Derby, at 98.6 Miles per hour
. BSERVE the Giant Cords here pictured.
Note that there are only TWU w layers ot tnese
ciftnt Cords, in anv Silvertown Cord Tire, whatever its
. m i ii. ii I a x I. 1 Jf!i.:.
dimensions, witn a layer oi live KUDoer netween, w usuru incuun.
Then bear in mind that each of these TWO flat, rubber-impregnated,
Cords is STRONG enough to lift a man's weight.
You have hert the secret of that marvellous ENDURANCE,
in Silvertown Cord Tires, which has made it possible for the Gladiators
of the Race-Track to TAKE OUT OF the Motor Cars they drive, ALL
the speed which the Builders of these Cars can put INTO them.
That no "Thread" Tires, (calling themselves by the Silvertown
name of "Cord" Tires), ahowpictures of their 5 to 7 layers of Thread
construction, is significant. .
But, that none of them are SEEN, or HEARD from on the Race
Track (which is the OuciNe for testing Tire ENDURANCE) ia MORE
than significant. ' , , ,
Silvertowns have never been intended as mere RACING Tires.
But,the fact that the Speed-Kings of the Race-Track elect to
PAY FOR THEM, when they could have other Tires free for the asking,
is mighty well worth noting.
lILVERTOWN Cord Tires, not only give
rtttaiiuii, ias-oi-iuaing, ana
erotic Elegance to Cars equipped with
them but they also add:
1st 17 more Net-Power and Speed to same
2nd 20 further Coasting Quality.
3rd 25 more Mileage, per Gallon of Gas
olene. And, this latter feature soon pays for the
relatively small additional cost which SILVERTOWN
Cord Tire Construction makes necessary, per Tire.
No Thread (or so-called Cord) Tires average
The demand for Silvertown Cord Tires has, for
nearly two years, far exceeded our capacity for pro
duction. But Silvertown Cord Tires may NOW be had
through all GOODRICH Dealers and Branches.
ill I , .
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