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'THEWAlSHINGTOflr TIMES; SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER t'6," 1910.
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? NEW SERVICE U
8F Fljffll CO . OfW
Nine Additional Motor Concerns
" in Washington Also Result
'BACKED BY PARENJ COMPANY
Sales Direct Will Be Discourag
ed by Home Office Demon
strator Cars Arrive.
Tho new naif and soryl?e plan Jut
Inaugurated by the Ford Motor Company
will be responsible for. the erection of at
least lour modern fireproof garage and
service stations in Washington within
tho next few months. It is also responsi
ble for the birth of nine additional au
tomobile concerns here.
In ffturo all prospective purchasers of
the ford car ulll be directed to the spe
cial limited OLtticy 'n tc'r particular
seo'.lon of the cay hy tho Kord Motor
.Company's local broncli house. Sales
dlreu: will bo dlsc-otrriiged where tho
jiomo conn at Is i m orneil.
Each of the new agencies will have the
at live backing of tho parent company.
They will operate Independently of each
other, but under the general supervision
of tho Foid Company. The sales man
ners of sect. of the nine limited ,"
rles woic ui'tlvel connected with tho
rales department of the Ford Companj
Washington branch and are ,!,.,
Jmown anions Washington mol01"8,'
particularly those who own tord cars.
Demonstrator cars were delivered to tle
agencies two weeks ago. -.
There are seven special ford agencies
In the northwest qectlon of Washington,
one In tho northrnVt ouarter. and one In
the southwest section. While ov.1 ;
them nio havlmr new ae'ce stations
erected, all are eouloped to glvo ser
Fourteenth and Irving Northwest.
The Columbia Auto Supply Company
will handle Mt. Pleasant business.
Charles- Sonnn win have charge of
both ale.i nnd service at the acency
at Fourteenth and Irvine streets north
west. Associated with him will be .
P. Rocca. forroerly of the sa'cs depart
ment of the Ford Motor. Company :..C.
M. Marcey and It. 1 Bonne, fonsome
time connected with the sales depart
ment of the Columbia Auto Supply
Company. E. H. Meyerswlll aupervlso
the service department.
The entire building at Fourteenth and
Irving itreet has been remodeled.' and
will be used by the salca department
with temporary service station In con
nection. Contract has already been let,
and work begun on whnt Is to b one
of the most modern automobile crvlc.e
tattons in Washington. It will be de
voted, exclusively to Ford service.
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140rH Street Northwest.
The Hllland Tlbbltta agency at HOT
H street northwest, was the first limit
ed sales agency opened in Washington.
Situated In the heart 'of the downtown
section of the city, It Is probably the
beat known Ford sales room to business
William Q. Hill and R. D. Tlbbitts.
of late years with the Ford Motor
Company's local branch, will devote
themselves exclusively to the sales
Charles Jacobs, well known among
local motorists through his former
connection with the Ford Motor Com
pany, in its service department, will
have charge of this most Important
branch of the new concern.
The building- at 1407 H street Is
being: used the lower floor as sales
rooms, the two above for service.
1220 Connecticut Avenue.
Taking advantage of their location
at 1220 Connecticut avenue, on Wash
ington's fashionable "Motor Row."
the men behind the Universal Auto
Company have been energetic In the
sale of Ford sedans and coupeleis
to be used aa town cars for shopping.
Their sales and service departments
are In charge of men long associated
Now Four-Passenger "Twelve" of tho H. A. Lozier Line. This Is One
of tho Most Striking of the '17 Models.
With the automobile industry here,
and particularly -with the Ford.
Harry M. Ilrolove Is manager of the
service department; Harry C. Specter,
sales manager, and John II. Pettis,
The fireproof building, capable of ac
commodating all Ford service, has been
oponed for service use. The lower floor
is given oxer to sales rooms. "A policy
along the lines of the Ford Motor Com
pany," is the way Hrnloe yesterday
described tho plans for the now concern.
Thirty-first and M Streets.
Tho Parkway Motor .Company, tho
only agency so far appointed In George
town, is also well' equipped. Tho sales
rooms at Thlrty-llrst nnd M streets con
nect in the bnck with the service sta
tion, fronting on AVInconsin avenue.
The building formerly occupied by
the Parkway Motor Company haa been
given 'over to the service department
for Fords. It haa a capacity of more
than seventy-nyo cars, nnd is easily
accessible from two streets.
Vealo & Simpson, proprietors of tho
old Parkway Motor Company for ears
at the same address, also head the new
sales agency. William O. Hyott, late of
the Ford Company, has been made sales
manager. Associated w Ith him In this
department nre E. I Simpson and H.
2129 Fourteenth Street.
The Taylor Sales Company, at 2129
Fourteenth street northwest, is the
only Ford agency on lower Four
teenth street. The Arm has been In
business at this address for a long
while. C. U Iluppert, formerly of the
Ford Motor Company, has been made
sales .manager, and will have com-
Elete charge of this department. R.
P Taylor, Jr., will personally Super
vise all service orders.
.Extensive alterations are already
under way on the two-story building.
Ample arrangements for service have
been made, and a mechanical force Is
ready for all orders.
1429 L Street Northwest;
Oscar H. Robcy. and C. R. Mangum.
two of the best known and most pop
ular men connected with .the Jford
Industry In Washington are. sponsors
or th lcrnrv at 1429 L street north
west. Both were formerly with the
Ford company's local orancn, uouey
In the sales, and Mangum in the serv
ice department .....
Their three-story building on I.
street will easily accommodate more
than 100 cars. Room In excess of
6,000 square feet Is at their disposal
for sales and service.
"We want to sell cars, but to us
service is more important than the
sale." was the way Mangum summed
up his policy yesterday. They report
sales of more than seventy-five cars
since their opening, ten days ago. De
liveries Will be made next week, In
all probability. Robey-Mangum are
reported to have placed the largest
single agency order for the new cars
of any Washington agency.
William Tancre, for more than
twelve years the shop foreman for
Miller Brothers when the latter were
Washington Ford dealers, has been
placed In charge of the service de
partment. 456 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest.
Occupying probably the largest quar
ters of any limited sales agency In
Washington,, the Avenue Sales Com
pany, .at 4M Pennslvanla avenue
northwest, will open Its sales and ser
vice departments to the public on Mon
day. M. n. French will handle both sales
and scrvleo. vAssoclated with him In
both departments Is A. P. Hume. Both
men have had long experience In Wash
ington automobile work.
The three-story building on Pennsyl
vania avenue Is taken up by the sales
room on the ground floor. On the upper
floors n complete automobile painting
nnd upholstering plant has been In
stalled. Resides the regular sen Ice
rendered rorti owners may nave cars
rcflnlshed by the same concern. It Is
tho only plant of this nature being
run In connection with a Ford agency
In the city.
209 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast.
The only Tord agency in 'the South
east section will bo at 209 Pennsylvania
avenue southeast temporarily. It was
the last one to be appointed, and will be
ready for business on Monday.
James A. Donohoe and W. J. Howard
nre the officers of the concern. Howard
was formerly of the Ford Motor Com
pany. The temporary location of the
concern is 209 Pennsylvania avenue
A full announcement of the company's
plans will be made later,.
141 Twelfth Street Northeast.
Only ono agency was given by the
Ford Company in tho northeast sec
tion of tho city, Steuart's garage, at ltl
Twelfth street northeast.
J)y Monday, or Tuesday at the latest,
the extensive alterations and improve
ments begun on their building the. first
of last week will have been completed,
and the firm settled down to hard work
on sales and service. Guy T. Steuart,
K P. Steuart and A. J. Hendricks con
stitute the firm. Hendricks was with
the Ford Motor Company for some time
prior to his present connection.
Later In the year further improve
ments, and an enlargement of their
plant arc planned. For the present their
service station Is more than ample for
.any amount of work which may be re
PARK VIEW PLANS BIG
Four-Day Fete to- Be Held to
Mark Opening of New
NEW YORK THEATER
Will Send All New Productions
Here Before Taking Them
to Own House.
By the U. S. Marine Band, at
the White House, at
4:30 P. M.
YTILUAU IL 8ANTELMANN. Laadtr.
March, "Uncle Sam's Favorite."
II. D. O'Nell
(Dedicated to the United States
Overture, "Tannhauser".., Wagner
Grand scenes from "Hansel and
Walts. "Gold and Silver"... Lehar
Two movements from Symphony
"New World" Dvorak
(a) Largo, (b) Scherzo.
Patrol, "Marchlngr Through
Slavonic Rhapsody . . .Frledemann
"The Sta-Bpangled Banner."
A four-day celebration to bo held
tlon from October 1 to io, will mark-1
the opening" of the Park View graded
school, which school officials assert
is one of the most modern of its .kind.
Built at Newton and Warder streets,
the school haa an. Ideal location. The
front or east side of the school over
looks the Soldiers' Home, while the
western front faces the woods of
A movement Is under way by the
citizens of the neighborhood to have
Congress purchase an additional plot
to tho north of the srhool to add to
the school grounds. This would give
an opportunity for open-air work,
There are seventeen rooms In the
two wings of the building. A room
Is devoted to every class from kinder
garten to the Kfghth B grade. An
assembly hall, with a, seating capac
ity of (00 Is a feature of the building.
"The assembly hall, with Its Oothlo
style of architecture Is undoubtedly
one of tho most beautiful In the school
system," said Krneat I Thurston, su
perintendent of schools.
The entire building Is practically
fireproof, with Its floors of cement
nnd stairways of Iron. Modern fur
niture and equipment haa been In
stalled throughout. This Is especially
true of the manual training shop for
boys and the domestic arts and sci
ence rooms for girls.
The Park View Bchool will be a
manual training center for all the
schools In the immediate vicinity. Each
class win havn about fifteen pupils.
'Minougu mere is at present no equip
ped Cimnssllim. nlana ir. tiMna- rnn.
sldered whereby the basement of the
cnooi can ih! converted into places or
Ph) steal training for both girls and
800 Pupils Expected.
The eighteen teachers In the building,
will teach about 800 pupils In the dif
The new school Is the first known
graded school to have so many modern
Improvements In the heating system.
The fan system of ventilation is install
ed, and the radiators all have an ad
justable back by which any desired
temperature may be obtained and kept.
Because It Is believed that green Is
less tiring to the eje than black, the
"blackboards" arc of the former color.
$600 FUND RAISED
BY PENSION MOVIES
Interior Department Men End Sol
diers' Relief Work.
Siys Jersey "Skelters"
Don't Bite Jerseyifes
Nttir TOKK. Btpt. U.-New Jersey
mosquitoes do not bite New Yorkers,
but Now York mosquitoes do bite Jersey
Ites, according to Dr. Haven Emerson,
health commissioner, who adds that it
any one In the city suffers from mos
riultoM he should not direct hi Impre
cation toward New Jersey, but took into
his own or his neighbor's back yara
fo- a breeding place. Dr. Eniersoa
rnado this statement before an anti
mosquito army which gathered for
luncheon today In Newark after a tour
of Inspection of New Jersey's one-tlrao
famous mosquito-breeding places the
meadows and the Passalo river.
Tonight will mark the passing of
the Pension Office "movies."
These picture shows have been given
every night for the benefit of the fam
ilies of members of the District na
tional guard, and have been success
ful in raising more than $100 for. the
work of relief. The money has already
been distributed among the needy.
K, J. Ayers, chief clerk of the In
terior Department, assisted bv D.
Neumann and other members of the
Home Club, directed the perform
ances. The films shown were donated
by several of the exchanges In the
city, and Included Metropolitan. Para
mount, V. U S. E., World, Mutual,
Kline, Pathe, General Washington,
and Unicorn releases.
NEW YOnK, Bpt. 1--After fotny
years of planning and several months
of negotiations, Oliver Morosco haa
finally joined tho ranks of New York
Theater owners. This fact was re
vealed yesterday when It became known
that ho had leased, for a long term
of years, from I.ee and J. J. Bhubert
the site and theater which they are
building on West Forty-rtfth street, di
rectly across from the Astor Hotel
The new .playhouse will be known aa
the Morosco Theater, and will be fully
equipped for every phase of play pro
duction. Tho Morosco Theater wilt have a seat
ing capacity that will make It available
for cither musical comedy or dramatic
productions. Mr. Morosco now plans
to open the new house about January 1
with his latest musical success, "Can
ary Cottage," now-playlng In San Fran
cisco. The theater wilt be finished. It Is
estimated, by the latter part of.Decem
ber, and in readiness for Its public
opening on the New Year. The acquisi
tion of the local property Is the first
definite substantiation of the rumor of
a few months, ago that this manager In
tended to establish a Morosco theater
In the six important theatrical cities
This theater will form the local head
quarters for tho Morosco firm. The
new house will be under the personal
direction of Mr. Morosco and with Its
completion he will divide his time be
tween New York and the Pacific coast:
spending his springs and summer In the
West producing new plays In Los' An
geles and San Francisco 'theaters and
presenting them In New York In the
fall and winter.
The importance of this announcement
to Washington nla goers Is that Mr.
Morosco will send all of his new produc
tions to the National Capital prior to
their opening at his own theater In
Close on the heels of the completion
of the local deal comes the news that a
new Morosco theater will shortly be
erected In the Loop district In Chicago.
Mr. Morosco has also negotiated for
a slto for a theater In Boston, where
a third house probably will go up be
fore another year.
The first production of the current
New York season will be "Up Stairs
and Down." a new comedy by Fred
eric and Fanny Hatton, which Is to
have Its first production In Washing
ton. It will be closely followed by his
new musical play, "Mo Long Letty,"
which comes Into the local Shubert
Theater on October 9. In Washington
October S3, Mr. Morosco will make the
first presentation of Owen Davis' new
comedy "Mile-a-Mlnute-Kendall." This
Is scheduled to come Into New York
Immediately, after which Mr. Morosco
will present Maude Fulton's play. "The
Brat" which In turn will be followed
by "Canary Cottage," at present
scheduled to open the new Morosco
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HAYNES MOTOR CO.,
1529 M Street N. W.
Sales and Service Station North 331
THE HAYNKS AUTOMOBILE COMTANY, KOKOMO, INDIANA
Would Mafch to Senate.
COLUMBU.S. Ohio, Sept. 1C Jacob
8. Coxey, of 'Massillon, Ohio, who more
than twenty years ago led "Coxey's
army" of unemployed on a long march
to Washington, filed papers with the
Secretary of Slate today as an Inde
pendent candidate for united States
Senator. He Is the only Independent
candidate for office on the Ohio ticket.
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