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pace run. FOREIGN WORKERS j TAUGHT IERH ! Blf FIRESTONE CO.j A! J'li. ( 1 1 1 . - l till- great World war'. hnl .re.l no nthcr purpose th.in thai ! iTipiiin5 iti the minds ot t itir- ' i-n iiorn people ot Am ri' .i a dosi:-. I . i.rcnmc, first. American and then -ii well read anil educated that -us. t ni -4 and methods nf all countries BARGAINS Standard Makes These tires are all new, fresh goods nd NOT re treaded or so-called rebuilt tires. Coodi Shipped f . O. D.. Fsprejia nr rarrtl let. Mnr ftrandl en (Ha Relented te I latarl tvlthia Tea. !). Ptiin Tn1 Tutoi T',a Ntv-Shl fiuvaitie GuvantMf vutrmtwtf ri, 28x3 $ 9.85 12.60 13.90 18.25 18.55 19.35 19.80 26.20 27.00 27.50 $11.40 11.90 13.95 16.40 21.40 21.85 22.80 23.30 29.90 31.20 31.70 35.60 37.70 $2.35 2.35 2.85 3.00 3.65 3.75 3.85 3.95 4.80 4.95 5.10 6.00 6.20 30x3 30x3 Yt 32x312 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 34x42 35x4 '2 36x4 't 35x5 37x5 29.90 32.25 All ether tlx, it stock. Writ for them or call and set them. SPECIAL Non Skid Seconds 30x3 V, Clincher. ...$11.75 33x4 Straight Side 18.70 34x4 Straight Side 19.25 Prices subject to change with out notice. Automobile Tire Co. Sixth and Olive Sts. LOS ANGELES H. A. Demareit, Coaet Manager nn e premie, n I'mnrinrn llroiula, Oakland. Sereftrl anil H trrt. Mti llrft,. tlitlrl 1 rraaa Hull.flina, I rrno. The Oldnt Aiitnmotille Tire Jnhhln- nnrpr, fa the I liitfii stairs aati the I arr ia ilia orld. Open Sundays and Evenings If you want anything welded right bring it to C. B. MATHEWS 461 NORTH CENTRAL 0XY-ACETYLENE WELDING Carbon Removing AUTO REPAIRING r Aakalh4Sltf What Starts the Starter? Your tartiii motor derives its power from the storage battery. Without a batterv in fod condition, the starcr is useless. Keep your batery charged and filled with water and your starter won't give you any trouble. I t us tell you and help you to keep them both in tip top condition. Every Car Owners' Service Station WILL ARB SERVICE STATION WESTERN MACHINERY COMPANY 135 S. Sixth Avetvie Tucson, Arizona Section Two REMEMBER WHAT HAPPENED TO DON QUIXOTE WHEN HE TRIED .51 .1"'"' Vy? vs.ie disclosed to tht-m, it would have at hieved a great social chance. American lndustrv has been upheld j'.nil ojm rated smoothly through foreign laljor. ut leu st ;n per rent of which i on I (I not read nor talk the English ! lane jage. This condition was unfair hoth In workman and thp industry. It u;ie the fnrnur little opportunity ta e.nn lmt the latter meant. outsiiM of :i hread-and-liiitter existence. It1 Kave the latter little chance to observe whatever inwlliK m e liliEht have hpen lii'idi n linnir tile foreign exterior of' the man. j It is in full knowledge of this that Akron industrial concerns have taken i up tiie proecjt oi Americanization .itniing foreitrn v. i ikmin. This move-. iiv i.t has hecome s tivc that the great- I est educators in thp country are in- ( trrested. mid hitve made It a part of all educational propaganda. lAidenco of this is eeen in our own city where the hoard of education, through the as- sistant superinti ndrnt i schools, i lnet I. W'ilrs. is intently adWMUt- j if.s the ndoptlnn of nil Americanlxi- j no. i pn.ri.in hy every cwicern In tho ( it y. ' rl-nps no ci no n. ir Akron has ' tiiiv'Mi up t us io:k more seriously that', th" rinrto'ie Tire and P.uhtiT j i "mp.'inv. A complete v.rking organ i.'i'ion at tiie Fires-, n'e has be.-n cl a' i d iTi eh. nee i f 1i,c movement a-t il t fieits th s r.o-lfry ( lasses may he se n iis.-'enil'li d under the direction of i instructors furnished hy the city hoard j of education, nearly every day in the spacious lounging rooms of the Kire slonf. club house, which offers unus ual facilities for work of this kind. These men and women, children thejr .ire in the cisterns of America, arc instructed much Bs children are in the Branches In Globe and Nogales THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", SUNDAY' MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1919 primary grades in school. However, ; there is this distinction; is is much ' mote" difficiiU. rnd class work as a whole amntiK there people presents so ; inanv more grave problems than ape ' apparent in i- guiar school work, that ' treiU care must be exercised by the ;ust,; iu tors in charge. It n not di'ficult to chose a man i ur.'i persuade him to attend one of these classes. It is difficult to sus- : tain his interest sufficiently long to tu.id within him a desire to learn more of the advantages which will . onie to him through a working knowl edge of the Knglish language, and our American customs. It Isas been shown especially in the work as carried on '' Firestone, that foreigners aj a whole are a suspicious lot. and that unless their treatment is opened fair and laid before them in such a. way that misunderstanding is impossible, i they are apt to stop the class work al- j together. Classit are divided aceorditif; to the progress made hy the student. Rudi mentary Knglish. reading, and the use of the Knglish alphabet form the chief objects of Htudy in the first classes. As rapid: a.s a man develops, his tmimng is gauged accordingly, ho that toward the end of the class work, as practiced at the Firestone, a man hs a sufficient working knowledge of the Knglish langiage to carry on his studies for himself, lie is urged to read the newspapers and magazines which cronii le current events w ith edi torial comment, and by other Journal istic means to obtain for himself in formation relative to lands, govern- ments ana cusioms outsiae or his own , V. . i Arter a student completes a course j as dcs.-ril.ed herein, he is given the ' privilege of passing an examination for citizenship papers. This is the object i for the labor and discussion on the ! 'in ui i.u.ii.an ruui-aiois in ine starting of this vast campaign. All aliens who have not already their first paper.-! are urged to take them out. and this class work is given them as a means of enahling them to pa.ss the examination which is piven for second papers. The subject of naturalization has been simplified to an even greater de gree, than has been stated in this ar ticle. Firestone instructors and lead ers of the Americanization movement have learned that Summit county common pleas judges have resolved to accept as final evidence that a man is ready for his second papers, his successfully passing an examination which has been prepared by Mr. Wiles. This examination Is in the form of a questionnairoe. One of these questionnaires successfully filled out and answered by any applicant is ac cepted, according to Information given out recently as conclusive evidence by Summit county common pleas judges that tiie student ts ready for his sec ond papers and the full privileges of American citizenship. By the time the student reached this stage, he has become that for which this entire movement was conceived, and placed in operation. He ha be come an American citizen, a student of civil government, a fellow-being to 326-334 E. Washington - Phoenix, Arizona be respected, and a man whose normal intelligence will no longer be sub merged lieneat h .the barrier of foreign nativity. This, in brief, is Americanization as undertaken by Akron industries and educational leaders. ELECTR1CSYSTEMF0R FORDE The Ford rleclrio starting and light ing system has stood the test of the; Ford Motor company. The system must be right or it never could have received the stamp of approval of Ford en gineers. Only the enclosed models, the coupe let and sedan, v ill ,be equipped w ith the starting and lighting system. The starter will he furnished on these two models at an additional cost. It will be impracticable to instai! the starter on old Ford cars because such a change would necessitate re placing the front cylinder cover, trans mission cover, fly wheel and timer gears. The starter is of the two-unit type, c onsisting of a generator, starting mo tor and storage battery. H is extreme ly compact, light, efficient and access ible. The generator is driven bv a small spiral g(,ar ofI of ,i,elarge timer gear. -No chains or belts are required. Thj starting motor engages with the tlv wheel through a Kendix drive and the teeth cut on the rim of the flv wheel All enclosed cars supplied with starters will hereafter also be eiiuiuoe.l wnn an instrument board on which will be placed thecoil switch, ammeter, primer, and light switch. Side and tail oil lamps will be discarded. In place of the side lamps a combination head lamp he discarded. This head light contains two l.ulgs for furnishing bright and dim light. A six volt. XI) ampere, three cell bat tery of standard construction will be furnished, the battery will be housed in a metal box carried on the left run ning hoard. Because the number of batteries required is so great it is nrob able that several well known manufac turers, maintaining service stations throughout the countr. will supply demand. When it is considered that the Ford Motor company will produce more closed cars in the next year than most of the largest manufacturers have ever produced of all models in any one year, then it can be appreciated what a tremendous problem has been handed to the Ford production man agers. I'nder such circumstances the start ing an lighting equipment will of ne- ceasity be confined to the closed cars tor some time at least. Those contemplating the purchase of open passenger cars, who feel that they must have a starter, need not turn from their first choice, for thev can equip their Ford cars with electric starters which are now manufactured by independent companies. THE PHOENIX -Y- SHOt'LD HAVE A THOUSAND MEMBERS, t DESTROYER LIFE IS NO SINECURE 'Scientific American I Perhaps the most trying feature of ' life aboard a destroyer Is the excessive rolling to which these craft are sub- Ject It is not unusual, in certain con- i ditions of the sea. for these boats to ' roll through a complete angle of 90 de- ! grees; and since the period of roll is I about five second, it can be under- i stood that anywhere in these boats. ! particularly on the bridge, this swift j motion ts exceedingly trying not mere- ' ly to the stomach but to the nerves: and the whole muscular system. As a matter of fact, if a destroyer Is' caught in a gale that lasts, say from 14 to 116 hours, the crew at the end of1 that time will he a pretty tired lot and thoroughly muscle sore. Except for the forecastle deck, the free board of a destroyer is quite low, although in the latest ships which are now under construction, this has been raised considerably. Consequently, in certain conditions of the weather it Is a risky matter to walk along the main deck. , Destroyers are therefore equipped with the rough weather trol ley line, which consists of a light cable stretched about six to seven ftset above the deck, w hom which hangs a "trolley pole" in th? shape of a length of rope with an eye in its upper end which en gages the cable. With a good grip on the "pole," the seaman may walk the length of the deck with some assur ance of his not being blown or washed KCLOSED CARS MOTORISTS WARDED Cal Messner's All This Week Demonstrating The Master Carburetor Bring in Your Car and let Mr. Katz equip it with a MASTER CARBURETOR The MASTER CARBURETORS Are Sold on 301 N. Center TORIST! TO PROTECT TUBES "Nine tenths of the motor car drivers wh'i carry spare inner tubes in their cars do not keep them properly pro ! tected," said K. Morey, of Van's Tire ! House yesterday. "They carry their ', extra Inner tubes without a protective i cover when anything, even an old shirt will do to protect the rubber from ex- posure, Knicks and bruises. ! ' "An inner tube that is allowed t; j remain exposd to the weather soon deteriorates and the rubber cracks. : Without a suitable covering, such a.s a 1 box or cloth bag. the tube is shunted tiom one side of the car to another i and in the. process receives many hard knocks and often is punctured out -! right by an accidental blow from the j sharp end of a screw driver or other i accessory. "By properly covering and packing their spare inner tubes in their motor cars, and by seeing to it that they are placed in a place where they will not be shoved from one side of the car to another, motorists should save a great dealiif worry and expense. There can be nothing more exasperating than to discover that the "spare" you thought you had tinder the back seat has been ruined, either by a rupture or by de terioration de to exposure." o WAXTED 500 PARENTS TO El'Y MEMBERSHIPS FOR THEIR BOYS IN THK PHOENIX ASSOCIATION THIS WEEK. - r NASH $1695 F.0. B. Phoenix Hi .Ni , m fci Give Automobile Owners ATTENTION! IVL KATZ Factory Representative of the Is At ay Free With Guarantee of MORE POWER, MORE SPEED, MORE MILEAGE CAL MESSNER MASTER CARBURETOR DISTRIBUTORS Wanted-APhoenixMan For Automobile Dealer The manufacturers of one of the- best selling and most satisfactory passenger ears sold in Arizona are tui the look out for a live dealer in Phoenix. "We are in position to make a most attractive offer to the right man. If you know the Automobile business or think you are fitted to get into it in a big way, let us hear from you. Not only will you make money but have a business that will grow in value as time goes on. This is one of those opportunities that occur only occasionally. Write today. No obligation on your part. All an swers will be .regarded as confidential. Answer and our representative will call ou you. Address OPPORTUNITY care ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. Nash Six Engine Practically Vibrationless Nash scientific engineering has made the Nash Six practically vibrationless. This is largely due to the well thought out and care fully balanced construction of its Nash Perfected Valve-In-Head Motor Phoenix Nash Company 521 North Central Ave. That Others May Live Feb. 10-17 !3 Trial Phone 1386 atota-u Phone 4341 ufcaaa i overboard.