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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1916)
MONEY IS DIVIDED Automatic Oilers
AMONG THE STATES Prolong Car's Life
NaT A A UW
Automobile manufacturer 1a or
-- Two Million Dollars Available ?tress,on the fact that springs must be
to Help Out on Expenses of
Maintenance of Guard.
kept lubricated. Water collects he.
twcen the spring leaves and causes
rust. Rust causes crystallization and
broken springs. Oil is the enemy of
vv hen a sonnir is in artinn n
leaves are constantly traveling- nn
Washineton. Oi-r 51 Th.r. , 'ch other and unless their mrfiPM
28,169 enlisted men of the National tT00 . V ""?ot do thelr dut'
THEOMAHA SUNDAY REE : OCTOBER 22, 1916.
NEBRASKA NOT MENTIONED
Guard not yet called into federal serv-
ine depressions m the rosr -re taken
up in the tires and the body of the
ice, but who have now taken the dual car. This means roncrh immmhrt.
enlistment required by the army'reor- ab,e "ding and increased wear on all!
gamration bill and may share in fed- F "J" i l,,c "V
era. appropriations for state troops. 3"
This was disclosed today by the War ably the'easiest and most rffinVnt
department apportionment among the the new patent spring oilers. These
United States of approximately $2,- i',ttle me.til clses can be attached to
000,000 of the $3,000,000 available. LffiKv m?Tl TV V!k
By direction of the secretarv of jr the aiirfnr. r.1 .,,h .Jr.: i t ?
the allotment is made- on the basis of gravity and capillary attraction Thev
the enlisted strength in each state not are left nn th. I...... .11 . ' iJ
called into the federal service at the can be filled in a few minntV.. .
flow Owns a Paige
The famous toe of rharl. rt,-;,-i.
ley, which brought disaster so fre
nuently to Yale, Princeton and other
gridiron opponents of Harvard, is
liime ine apportionment is made. The
apportionment is made strictly upon
the basis of state troops not called
into federal service. Troons in the
federal service are not regarded as
guardsmen tor the purposes of the
New York received the largest sum
t.l03. witn enlisted men
shown in the record. Iowa with twen
tv-seven men not in the feriVral rv.
- I . '
ice received the low allotment of 1ow on "ige accelerator, and for
j,oso. Hawaii received $iO,!bl. The u" S win cease to dally with
other states were erouned as fnllnwc 'he pigskin.
From $120,000 to $125,000, Massa Brickley, the greatest football hero
cnusetts; $1UU,UUU to $120,000, New "n ever kicked and rushed the
jersey, Illinois and Uhio: S5.UUU to crimson to victory, and in manv re
$100,000. Rhode Island: S50.000 tn .pects the Greatest nlavpr hn
$75,000, Connecticut, Maine and Ore- "as ever known, succumbed to thi
gon; $40,000 to $50,000, Texas, Wash- Hurements of a Paige Fairfield "Six-
ineton ana west vireinia: uu.uuu tn w last week. hi. fr.Hm.rJ .,
w,uuu, caniornia, XMortn Carolina, wno has been coachuiir atTohnsHnn.
Virginia and Wisconsin; $20,000 to kins since leaving Cambridge, made
$30,000, Georgia and South Carolina;
iess, than $2U,U00, District of Colum
bia, Florida, Maryland. Mississippi,
New Hampshire, Oklahoma and
King Car Is Going to
his purchase from the Bradford Ant.-,
Sales company, Paige distributors at
Mew flaven, Lonn.
It is evident that the athletes
strongly favor the Paige. Nqt long
i.go Christv Mathewson enrnllfH him.
selt under the Paige banner, where
Storm Trip Makes
-Six Chandler Sales
Gus Bolton and E. V. Armstrong
of the Omaha Chandler company
were making a circle through their
territory last week, when the unex
pected snow storm overtook them
and they got an opportunity to show
what the Chandler would do in the
teeth of a storm.
Garage men and farmers reported
road conditions very bad and predict
ed a troublesome journey for the mo
torists. However, Bolton and Arm
strong thought the glory due to the
Chandler for . continuing the trip
would pay them for covering the car
with mud and ice, so they kept on.
Bolton savs: "We left Hamhnrcr
la., Friday noon on the wav to Omaha.
The trip was completed in six hours
and every dealer -enroute was called
upon. The car was a mass of mud,
but the motor didn't 'buck' once dur
ing the run. Our dealers cashed in
on this run by bringing prospects to
see the car. . The evidence was be
yond dispute and our trip from Ham
burg to Omaha sold six cars."
Oar that Climbed "
Lookout Wants More
Lookout Mountain, one of the stiff
est and steepest auto trails in the
state of Colorado, has been conquered
by the 1917 Regal-4-thirty-two in high
gear. It was not a stripped chassis,
out a new car that was marched out
of the dealer's show room in, Denver
for the trip.
Commenting on the feat.i F. W.
Haines, president of the Regal Motor
Car company, said: "This is but one
of the most famous hills that this car
has climbed to the top. Everyone of
our dealers in towns where there is
a test hill has been making demon
strations every day to those buyers
that dfemand this kind of performance, j
We have Ksiipri nhertlitt itiEtrp.
lions to our district managers to test
on hills if there is one within a
radius of fifty miles. And yet there
Georce E. Toozer of the Tnnrer
Gcrspacher Motor coinnanv has been
making a trip over the territory tinder
control of his company during the
The new service truck of the C.
W. Francis Auto company made last
week a complete swing around the
territory handled by the company,
This in line with the new service nlan.
The last half of this trip was staged
in the recent snow,' but the car made
home without a halt.
R. I.. Pennington, who has been
sistant to u. s. Kuthertord, mana
ger of the Goodrich branch, has been
promoted to city salesman.
H. J. Ehrhorn has come to Omaha
from Akron, O., to accept the position
of assistant manager of the Goodrich
Tire branch. Khrhorn spent several
years in the Philippine Island as an
Joe M. Dine, Omaha branch man
ager of the Goodyear Tire and Rub
ber company, spent last week in C m
cago, attending a Goodyear sales convention.
"In the old days with snow blowing,
curtains flopping and a wind that
made your ankles feel like the bark
of a ham tree the discomforts of mo
toring were many, but not so today,"
says E. R. Wilson, Studebaker dealer.
"We are just receiving a number of
Studebaker London Roadsters, which
convert into winter driving cars in a
few minutes, giving the motorist a
very warm, comfortable compart
firmer Prion I Konnre. ousn, crancn Kickey, Ueorge e niu too steep.
i ivyj irajo uciigi woriarty ana
manv other hall nlawrc
JJetroit. Mich.. Urt 21 AnntW nan preceded mm.
One Of the larce automobile mannfar. I -
hirers here will soon announce a rais. Bid ShiDiTlent Of 1917
in ine price 01 tneir product, mis .i..,.i r i
information becomes known as a re- MOtOrCyCleS Received
suit of a confidential letter sent out Victor Roos. local mntnrrvrle man
' by the -King Motor Car company to has just received a shlnment of fnnr-
yt its dealers. While no definite date has (teen 1917 model' motorcycles, the first
peen set or tne new once tixed. it' s Marge allotment to reach this citv. al-
..YnrtAf1 tit rqien ...III I.. i thnticrh nti. 1. ...... .
' -.(v... wtv IB1SV will uc .UllUUIltCU - vi litu llvc LUI1IC UH
j'v-within the next month or two. ahead. Many new improvements are
noted in the new model Harlev-Da-
Many PeoDle Don't Rnnv I viHsnna : whirh dffrbfflnrr r.BlA
A lufdsh liver causm an awful lot of erable attention among those who en
misery to keen It.actlvo uaa Dr. King's N0" a sPln on 'tese machines,
Mew life PlUa. Only JEo. All druggton.
Batteries, Like People,
"This is the time of the year," says
R. C. Smith, manager of the Delco
Exide service station, "when automo
bile owners who aredisposed to over
look their batteries will court trouble.
Batteries are taxed heavier during the
winter and although they may appear
to be all right and are performing
their functions properly, it is well to
haye them inspected. They are like
the human system and require nour
ishment for the winter."
It is a source of satisfaction to I
me." said W. M. Clement, "to note
the constantly increasing number of
senpps liooth cars being driven on
the streets of Omaha. I delivered five
during the last week to prominent
Omahans with several slated for de
livery the early part of this week."
H. S. MacKcnzic of Detroit, travel
ing mechanic for the Scripps Booth
company, spent a few days in "Omaha
inquiring into the welfare of Scripps
isootn owners in tne city.
King and tufn at MImIob Itorvlca.
London. Oct. 21. Klnr George and Queen I
Mary and many membere of the royal
household attended a special religious aerv-1
loo In Buckingham palace last night in con-
neotlon with the National mission, which ls
a plan tor a national religious revival. Servr I
tees similar to those held In the palace are!
oeing neia throughout the kingdom this
Mew life Pills. Only JEo. All druggists. i
y V. Advertisement. s " 1 11 ' "' 1 ' 111 1
Both of them
have more than
proved up this
Its Excellence is Within
F.O. B. Flint, Mich.
Flenr-tle L jt Roadster
may be open
See us at once
While the smartness and beauty
of the outer Dort is in complete
keeping with its excellence with
in, it is the innqr Dort that you
should know thoroughly. Here,
finder the surface, is beauty of
'another sort the beauty of stur
diness and efficiency. "
All the Dort's component parts
are remarkable for their unfail
ing dependability, simplicity,
This kind of excellence has opened the
eyes of thousands of motorwise men and
women and made them Dort owners.
It makes the Dort a car that the whole
family can use and enjoy.
With all this quality, with complete equip
ment, with 'big-car refinements and con
veniences, the Dort is a moderate priced
car $695 and it is a supremely good car.
Toozer-Gerspacher Motor Co.,
' 22JM3 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
DORT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, FLINT, MICHIGAN
Closed Car Salon
Gets Much Interest
"lircat preparation for the closed
car salon which is to be held No
vember 1 to 4 is being made by deal
ers along automobile row," savs C.
"The event is causing much com
ment among the manufacturers and
aUtOlllohiU miirnttia ... -I.. 1..
cause of the fact that Omaha' is stag-
me urst ciosea car snow in auto
mobile histnrv Ylanu
coming into the association regard
ing the exhibits and several of the
factories are making frantic efforts
to get models here in time for the
"At Dresent there im .i.rkt. A-
ers slated, and it ic vn.A i.n.
1 t"rt llers will exhibit.
i nc r fiKf n far en i nn ...iii . u.1.1
I I . mil uc UlTHl
1T1 I IF biff hafiiinl nf D I.:, .a
, C uiiiuciB Mures
and the decorators at Branded are
now making preparations lor a very
Rosengren Returns With .
very Optimistic Report
Elmer Rntpnorn K V-k.l.-
Storage Uattefy company, who spent
several rhiv. &t .1, ;:n.. c
Hattery company's factory at Cleve-
...... wren, nas returned witn a
prediction that th ,;- .
business will be 100 per cent greater
...... .iv previous year in the Willard
The new fnrtnrv ni I7.a.. f - IT
. : . i, win nun
i.eu ana mirty-iirst street, Cleve
land, IS nOW eomntln1 a.wl I. .L-
most modern storage battery factory
m the world. The buildings are so
arranged and fitted with windows and
skylights that it is unnecessary to
use artificial light during daylight
iOmmon sense f.o.b-
Why shouldn't motorcars be paint-.
ed in attractive colors, 'especially
when they are fat more practical?
A few miles in dustv rit wat amino
iVkn?d$YJ1 and a dark car mutt go to tha waahroom.
cyilnd.r motor. Allan Classic Cars, with "Classic Brown".
"Classic Blua" ant "Classic Gray" bodin
and craam wheels, arc alow to become tra- .
vel atained. And thora car always look '
finar than any dark car I
Mtehantcatlr, thtr arc sound and sturdy . ,
roomy and c.mforubla aconomtcal to run.
On dlsplsy now. Lat us demonatrata.
. Two unit 1m
trio ttartcr and
light!. SS rear
I. 1U whi.
, 9taMt Touring Cara and Koadatara,$8M
Modal S7 (atandard Anlah) Touring Car and Roadatar, I7BS
, Coupa, $1073: 8lan, (eonvtrtlbtt) tiOM
All prla f, o. k. Tumioiim,
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO
CARL CHANCSTROM. Mart-..
c 2020-22 Famtn. St., Omaha, Nab.
-UrB. Phana. !!) I J CM v
Dlatributora for Southwaatam Itura, Na-
nraiiia ana nnm nf,
Mhv AMnm:-.Ti Allen MMtr O.. tmm. 0.
Range extenders! It's the plus-
power of Tvi n-six motors' that makes
Packard limousines' alUpirpose cars
Freed from the con
fines of city pavements!
Liberated for service
on rough country ways!
The open road holds no
more difficulties for the
Packard limousine than for
any touring car.
Wherever the urge may
lead, go now in comfort
sheltered from wind and
storm and dust.
It's a great motor this
Twin-six of ours that
Ask the man
makes this luxurious, far
range travel possible for all
" the family in all weathers
on all highways. , ,
Time has tested it and1
proved it a' more wonder
ful motor than even our
highest hopes had anfici-',
patcd more powerful,"
smoother in operation, more
economical of gasoline;
always the leaders in style
and elegance are doubly
serviceable for you now..
who owns one
See the Orr Motor Sales Company,
Fortieth and Farnam Streets, Omaha.
Branch at Sioax City. Iowa.
111 atJtf iMwiiia iimwn i "iifc 1.1 1 1 irtij'rrniriijirfMMTfriwt: vm
, 7 Passenger Touring
3 Passenger Roadster
This Motor Car
and refinements in eight
cylinder construction which
could be offered only by a
company that has had its
"Eights" in operation all
over America and in thirty
foreign lands for over a
Noyes-Killy Motor Co.
2066-68 Farnam St., Omaha
J ; A complete stock of United
I States Tires carried by
r ; Omaha Rubber Co.
I 1608 Harney St
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