Medicine: Motor Inventions

Into Paris last week chugged a 14-passenger motor bus, back from a 3,280-mile turn around France. Its fuel cost had been only $15. The Bleriot Co. (headed by M. Louis Bleriot, first man ever to fly over the English Channel (TIME, Aug. 30) posted advertisements beside the bus in the Paris National Automobile Exposition setting forth that it would henceforth manufacture this conveyance, the economy of which arose from its burning fuel, vaporized charcoal or raw wood. The wood is piled by the driver's seat, where he feeds it into a stove, which...

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