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Automotive News Briefs: December 29, 1922

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Automotive News Briefs: December 29, 1922

Broadway Fire Delays Traffic.

The New York Times

Traffic on Broadway was tied up for half an hour yesterday by fire in the basement of a five-story building at 442 and 444 Broome Street, at the northwest corner of Broadway, which, thirty or forty years ago, was used as a hotel. The fire, confined to the premises of Dallek Brothers, dealers in office furniture, did damage of about $2,500.

Tire Prices Advanced.

The New York Times

The United States Rubber Company and the B. F. Goodrich Company yesterday announced advances ranging from 10 to 12½ per cent. in consumers' price of pneumatic tires and tubes. The advance announced by the United States Rubber Company takes effect Jan. 2, 1923.

Honk, Honk!

Washington Times

"The road to the police court," mused the motorist, "is paved with good pedestrians."—The Passing Show (London)



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