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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1922)
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, SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR I
SALEM," OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 121922
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eeting of; Dodge Brothers
Dealers and Entertain-
lament Are Described
P. Bqnsteele of the Bone-
efeIeM)otor company lias
Lined from a 60-day trip to
to attend the annual meeting of
Dodge Brothers dealer, which
was held at the Pennsylvania ho
tel; New York City, January 10.
1921. " He reporp a successful
meeting attended! by about 600
dealers from; all parts of the
United States and Canada. This
Is Said to -have ben the largest
meeting of its kind ever held in
the United States.
After the luncheon the dealers
were entertained by a play writ
ten especially for the occasion
by Montague Glass, famous as the
ereator of Potash and Perlmutter.
The -coat was composed , of such
celebrities as Harney Bernard,
Julius ' Tannen, Kdwln Mordant
and Jennie Moscowits. After the
dresg glrenjjy F. J. Haynes. pres
ident of Dodge Brothers, followed
by moving pictures of th? fac
tory and the recent price reduc
tion was announced.
Mr. Bonesteele attended the
New York Automobile Bhoif and
says In addition to the complete
line of all of the American makes
of cars,; there were wvea-foreign
makes of large 'vfexpens1rev cats;
but ! no 14 light- cars of : foreign
pt. Mr. Bonesteele went east 'entertainment there was an ad-
Bring Thoughts of Bicycling
To the Outdoors Enthusiast
a Invicroratinir.' healthful exercise for our bova and eirls
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this spring! Let's let them bicycle to school, bicycle D
t to work," bicycle to play." They love it; it'll keep them - I
'out of doors;' it'll give them the strong healthy bod-
les they require. t- j
Youll find Cood Bicycles in Our Store. Easy
Terms of Payment Too
Lloyd E. Ramsden
1 387 Court Street ;
Our equipment and stock
of top materials enables us
to give you a choice of qual
ity and the service you de
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Low Prices, Prompt Service
T. C.1 Wood, Mgr,'
2li Chemeketa Street
and ' Minneapolis
The exhibition was" rrowded i
from 19 m. to- antll 12 p. 5m. every
day end the" strfppethassls - Te !
celved 'a great deat'of close ln-
great mairy aates.r!Mri'Oneteef,i
also stopped at Rochester, N. YM
his former home and visited the
tory, where the starters and gen
erators for Dodge". Brothers ars
are made. : Iler was - very much
surprised' to find th!s: company5
oivrating such a -large -factory
and equipped with over a mil-
.Uion dollar's, worth of the most
odem machinery and employing
everal hundred mew and women.
His ' next fctdp was at Detroit,1
ich., where he spent three days
t the - Dodge' Brothers factory.'
here they were ruimlng full time
r" .-", with' flfen-n --i
er day. This 'factory rtwitiim . .
cres'of the finest gear cutting,
rop forging and pressing ma
chines which can be mads, One
machine drills the four 'cylinders
fit one operation, another machine-
drills all of the other holes
!a the cylinder block in one 0d-
eration, the drills working on all
six aides at the same time.' All
gears and nearly ail parts other
than the cylinder block are drop-
Xorged and machined, the? cylin
der 'blocks " are' cast and there
were 'about two4 'acres of them
stocked up to' season.'
Sedan bodies are all made by
hand and it "was very gratifying
Vo'note the cars and alns that is
taken to make1 a perfect body,
purfng his visit" there, the. Dodge
prothers dealer from Grand Ra
pids. Mich., came and made -a
driveway of 35 cars. Mr. Bone
steele also stopped at Milwaukee
and Helena." nfctir. AnnliAiiinn
HoBti frotS wIneVlO reoort. th-liru HH
bnimess la these title In which
he ftOhpM as being good--1 But In
tne smaller town and rural dis
tricts not so good.-
There ar two placeaof ln
terest"thatevieryoTi visiting' the
east should 'win dthose ar the
Metropolitan Mosenrm of Art In
New Yorlr City and-the congres
slonal library ar Washington -In
thw forroertheTe ls a collection
of Jewelnr inade 500 B. C which
is much finer than any made-at
the present time.- The : latter
building is said to hare the most
beautiful Interior of any build
ing of its kind In the world.
1 After :AalI Mr. Bonesteele1 is
happr to oacK ana TemaTks that
there Is no place in' comparison
Granted" by Commission
i Application of the city of Port
land, throuh Its commission ot
public docks, is granted authority
byan oorder of the public service
commission Saturday to construct
crossings over the trucks of the
Trooutdale branch ot the Oregon
tion company and the tracks ot
Certain safety' rerulaUons tre
Imposed as requisites upon - the
city. ; -" T :--"r'.:-.-v ..!'.
u.' 1 1 1 '. '!.'. 11 .1'. LJ-easa '
the city of Portland at municipal . proposed overhead crosstaf.
terminal o. 4 with the traca oi
the muuicipal street car line ex
tension to terminal No. A.
The first Is to be an overhead
crossing at approximately munici
pal street railway station 01 plus
45 serving the terminal, and the
second is to be a grade crossing
serving grain elevator and pier
No. 1 of the terminal, and will be
located about 600 feet west Of the
tad Rim -Parti tor iH Cart
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Prompt and courteous service at all times which makes this an ideal t
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235 S. Commercial St.