THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1919 ' '
GREAT NEW M
! . II TIRE COLORS
BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT, SOON TO VISIT
,U S RECEIVES HONORS AT THE VATICAN
SEE? Western Auto SupgiarAoENCY ssssss
PKTR01T, June 20. Work has been j
started at the Oakland avenue site of j
the Maxwell -Chalmers corporation. !
which comprises about thirty acres of !
land between Kerrand and Massaohu
nctts avenues, for the erection of an
automobile plant which will cost in
the neighborhood ot $10,000,000 and
have facilities for the employment of
between 15,000 and 20,000 men.
The present plant which consists of
several one-story buildings will be
gradually razed and the buildings of
the new plant will take their place.
It is planned to increase the output
of the Oakland avenue plant of the
company to 500 cxts a day. The pres
ent capacity is about 100.
The new plant wiil be made up of
eleven shops and a loading dock. The
company also has plans under consid
eration for a new office building on
Oakland aven"V and a large power
The largest shop of the new plant
will be the machine shop which will
be. one. story high and 200x1000 feet.
There will also be an assembly build
ing one story high and 150x1000 feet;
two storage buildings for unassembled
parts and finished cars, foar stories
high and 100x800 feet; axle plants one
story, 150x600; heat treat plant one
story 200x300; motor assembly plant,
one story 200x300: pressed steel plant,
one story 250x600 feet, necessary of
fice buildings and power plant.
There also will be a loading dock
Although it has not been definitely
decided it is expected the final plans
will call for a large body plant which
will bo 400x600 feet and four stories
The storage buildings will have space
for 8000 unfinished cars and 3,000 fin
An of the buildings will be of con
crete, brick and steel. They will be
of the litest fireproof construction.
PALMER COUNTER CHARGES
"WASHINGTON, June 20. Attorney
reneral Palmer at the first public hear
ing in the fight to prevent confirmation
by the senate of his appointment turned
sharply today upon his accusers and
boldly charged they were aligning with
German interests in order to discredit
is administration as alien property cus
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for results read for profit.
That its tires are now made in dark
colors is due not to a fad- in style,
but to .important improvements in the
compounds which make up the tire
tread, is the statement of Mr. Miller
of the local United States Tire com
Alter a long period of experimenta
tion, the I". S. Rubber company de
veloped a new formula for its tread
compounds, so much tougher and much
; better-wearing, that it was adopted as
j the standard of manufacture, even
' though it called for a change from the
light color to which the public has
; been accustomed.
j Before the dark tire was placed
! on the market it was thoroughly tested
j by the testing fleets of the company.
These tests demonstrated that the dark
I compound produced tires of greater
! mileage than the lighter stock. The
dark colored tires have been on the
i market long enough now to demon
I strate their superiority.
Aside from the matter of the quality
of the tire, the dark colored tire has
a decided advantage in that it is not
so easily discolored as the light tire.
To keep a light colored tire presentable
required frequent dressing, but the
black tire needs no attention of this
If the dark tire offered no superior
points, the light tire would probably
be in demand with buyers who regarded
it with favor, but the unquestioned
superiority in toughness and durability
of the dark tread make the matter of
color a negligible factor when consid
ered in connection with the subject of
the real merits of the tire.
THE BILLBOARD ON THE
Oh, the billboard on the boulevard
Behold it blazing there
A blasphemy of beauty,
A bright, bizarre nightmare!
Oh. the billboard on the boulevard
High blazoned bargains bears;
It bawls of boots and biscuits.
And a billion brilliant wares.
Of bittersweets and bannocks,
Of pickles and burlesque.
Breakfast foods and automobiles,
In colors barbaresque.
Bathing beaches, booze and beans,
Burned, in the public's sight;
A bold abomination '
An unbecoming blight.
YOUR MOTOR TRIP VACATION
We all know that when we take our vacation our expenses begin
and "It's All Going Out and Nothing Coming in" so we want to show
you "How We Can Help That Going Out Part" save you money and
make it as light as possible. KVKRT
.PENNY SAVED ON TOUR TIRE
BILLS 'will give you that mucn
more for other expenditures. WB
HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED
HERE OVER A YEAR and in that
time we have saved our customers
many thousands of dollars.
If your tires are too badly worn
to stand the trip bring them in
and let us cover them with onr
"SEWED ON TREAD." Or if yon
have old tires around your garage,
bring them in, and well see if we
cannot make some tires out t
them that will help you make your
trip. This method is no longer an
experiment. It has been tried and
proven for years. Let us explain,
TIRES SHIPPED ANYWHERE IN THE STATE C. 0. D.
Tire Cushion & Sewed Tread Company
PRICES FOR SEWING
o OS . O
jc 3 3
5c. - 5 c
S3 S i. S 3
30xJ $2.50 $ 4.75 $ 6.50
30x3 2.50 4.75 7.00
31x314 3.00 6.50 8.60
31x4 3.00 6.50 8.50
32x3 3-00 6.50 8.50
32x4 3.50 6.75 8.75
33x4 4.00 7.50 9.50
34x4 4.25 7.75 10.00
34x4 4.50 8.25 10.50
35x4 . 4.50 8.25 10.50
35x414' 4.25 9.25 1S.0O
35x5 5.00 9.75 12.00
36x4 5.00 9.75 12.50
36x4 6.25 11.00 15.00
37x4 v 6.25 12.00 16.50
J7x6 5.50 12.00 17.50
C S. THOMAS
445 West Washington Street
L. B. TROUTMAN
Electrical and Mechanical
We Have Storage Space By Day, Week or Month
Electric Auto Service Garage
ROY S. SWARTZ, Prop.
First and Adams Sts.
yfri r Esgi; ;Vq accessor' ' e, PTalrea0y TLesAt
if liL0 ''ZJW&W S iSSS LET'S GO jpSPp ;
Paramoid Tires ,
President and Mrs. Pessoa fright foreground) at the Vatican.
President-elect of Brazil Epitacio Pessoa and Madame' Pessoa were
Recently received at the Vatican in Rome with all honor and the photo
graph was taken on this occasion. During their stay at the Italian capital,
while touring Europe, the distinguished Brazilians were entertained by the
king and queen of Italy. They are now on their way to America, where
Ithey axpect to. arrive within a few days.
MAN BOWS TO VOLCANO
Under no circumstances does man
show to less advantage than when a
volcano sends forth its torrents. As a
figure of speech, man may consider
himself to be a puny creature, but his
wording opinion of himself is by no
menns so small. In Java the ea.-th
groaned, and 15,000 people were wiped
out o:' existence like so many ants.
Perhaps oily 10,000 'were killed, por
haps 20,000. No one will ever know;
no one. will ever be concerned in the
matter beyond the desire to arrive at
a reasonable guess as to the loss vi
iife. It will always be a vague que-)
'ion to be discussed in round numbei
Tiae Javanese who perished were !n-
'.fc-ed v.ny creatures, whose memnryj
will ba nothing more than a mathemat
As far back as man has a history
there are details of volcanic eruptions
to testify to the haphazard, unwork
manlike fashion in which this world ot
ours was made. Pompeii and Hereu
laneum are household words to people
who do not know where Vesuvius
stands, but Stabiae, which was en
gulfed with them, seems to have es
caped literary notice. Between Vesu
vius anei Pelee there are few who have
any knowledge of the volcanic catas
ttr.phes that have suddenly over
whelmed thousands of human beings.
Messina still lingers vague in the put
i:c mind, and Pelee, by reason of its
comparatively close proximity, can je
recallfd, although one must ordinarily
consult books of reference to deter
mine whether the loss of life was 30,000
cr 300,000. The Krakatoa eruption,
which took place in 1S83 on the Sunda
sea, not far from the Kalut explosioi,
has been studied for years by scien
tists, 1 ut the fact that 30,000 persons
were killed is an inconsequential de
tail. The Krakatoa explosion is not
remembered because it caused 30,000
deaths, but because it occasioned some
puzzling atmospheric phenomena. Sou
friere. neighbor of Mount Pelee, has
a long record of disaster in which the
mortality figures are usually over
looked. The fact that the explosion
was heard in South America, wMe it
was not heard at distances of 20 Wiles
is considered of much more import
ance. Soufriere, it may be recalled,
was in eruption at the same time r.s
Mount Pelee, but on this occasion !t
Hlled less than 1,500 persons, and per
haps for this reason it is never men
tioned. Before the volcano man stands help
less1, and he recognizes this fact by his
indifference. He buries his dead and
goes about his business. As in the
case of the Mesisna disaster, he only
waits for the ground to cool, when he
goes to work imperturbably raising his
crops on the dangerous mountainside,
in the mean time he triesi to gratify his
tastp for information by studying vol
canoes but without any hope of bein;
able to protect himself.
DRESSED FOR ALL
TIME AND AFFAIRS
vjftv-xtm if fl i
Actual service ta
the final test of
tire quality and
thousands of, mo
torists are finding
they actually get
more miles of ser
vice from this tire
than from any
tire they use.
We handle a large
portion of the fac
tory output and
thus save you job
ber's and sales
men's expense on
it in actual mile
per mile tire cost,
Pilaris tire will
save you money.
(Guaranteed 3500 Miles)1
30x3 I $12.60
Prices On Other Sizes In Like
RED INNER TUBE,.
30x3 1 $2.90
You Can Save Money , Here on Your Auto Supplies
Come In and See Our Big Display and Values
Several sizes and (PI QK TO (Q HZ ft
styles tPl.OO tPO.iO 3
Made to clamp 'on your running board.
ten hours on a hot day . . . ?i .
A handy thing to take with you
on your trip :
Tou can clamp to your running board.
rour extra baggage
TIRE HOLDERS '
-Carry a spare tire with
you on your trip
Leather and Fabric. They avoid
trouble "and "Srief
ly. gal. to
To fit nearly all
make of cars
A high quality wing. "We
carry for various make cars, pair.
plain and amber
Tou can fold them suitable to
carry in your auto
You can keep, your water, QQ 9 to 1 9 P0
cool or ur coffee hot $0UO tJ)X.JU
Write for Free Catalog Store Open 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturdays Until 9 P. M.
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY AGENCY
141-147 North Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona
Stores at Kansas City, Dallas, Denver, PHOENIX, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Seattle
... 85c TO $2.35
Suitable to carry
... $1.15 TO $4.65
... $1.80 TO $6.70
. . $1.75 TO $1.90
20c T0 $1.50
$12.50 TO $25.00
35c TO $1.50
... $3.50 TO $7.50
citizenry of the isolated districts.
"Trusting that you will, take this in
the spirit I write, and that I will some
time in the future hear of your firm
doing something worth while."
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for results read for profit.
(Boston Transcript) j
Ma There is one thing about Edith's j
young man, dear, you don't have to
sret iir everv nicht to send him off." I
' Pa No; thank heaven, one of our
girls has picked out a self-starter.
The white skirt and dainty blouse
are always with us in summer time,
and no wonder. A fresh blouse ana
dainty washable skirt like these fills
in many a need and the wearer is
correctly gowned for any occasion
from the morning in town to the in
formal summer dance at eight in the
THE REAL THING
A MUDDLED MOUJIK
Mr. Tower, former American ambas
sador to Russia told this story of a
typical moujik entering a railroad sta
tion and inquiring when a certain train
would leave. He. received the informa
tion and departed.
A little later, however, he was back
again, asking the same question.
"Why," exclaimed the agent, "I told
you that only a minute ago." .
"You did truly," the moujik answered,
"but it isn't myself that wants to know
this time, it's my mate outside."
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Oil and Mining Ecpuipment
Pi pe, Fitting s .Valves
4 Supplies Etc.
. Write for Complete Catalog
VICTORY OIL MOTORS
SIZES 12 TO 75 H. P.
LOW GRADE FUELS
The Bosch High Tension Mag
neto Insures Starting and Oper
ation. Let ns tell yen f its Low Cost and
demonstrate its Economy in Operation
. Made and used in California for S ytart
C.t&loffu. ob Rqut
mth Booth 1 Isher Co
ESTABLISHED 1893 V
The Pump-Engine HousePacificCoast
(Edward G. Lowry in the Saturday
, Evening Post)
The type of citizen we wapt to make
is a homesteader such a man, for ex
ample, as one out in Oregon who, while
we were at war, received a letter Trom
a firm of lawyers in Washington of
fering to recover for him from the gov
ernment $150 which had been overpaid
in making an entry on public land.
The lawyers offered to take the job
and split fifty-fifty with the home
steader. This is the letter they received
'I have yours inclosing contract rela
tive to the claim of my father for the
return of $150 overpaid the government
upon the-entry of public land.
As I view the condition of this gov
ernment at this time it is no time for
such items to be taken up and harass
ing the departments. You and your
partner ought to be trying to do some
thing to help the government and yourselves.
"I have given personally months of
my time, and I venture it Is worth as
much to me as yours and your part
ner's is to yourselves, paid all my ex
penses, presented $500 to the Red Cross,
purchased several hundred dollars'
worth of Liberty bonds, and was one
ot a party that raised $33,000 for the
Red Cross from a population' of 3,500.
"The reason I have been able to do
this small amount is directly attributed
to the fact that my father got title to
the very 160 acres of land that you
now seek to have the government pay
us back $75 and put $75 in your pocket.
"I have lived in a very small com
munity, and there is an old saying
that men do not get bigger than the
community they live in. Washington Is
a large community, and there are a
number of the largest men we have In
the United States reside there during
their term of office, such as the presi
dent and the senators. You have the
advantage of growing and becoming
very large. But I feel bigger than the
whole bunch of lawyers sticking around
the various departments and trying to
suck something out of the ill advised
Motor Supply Company
315 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz.
Ten Years of Satisfactory Service
We have sizes for all cars in stock. We are distribu
tors for Arizona. If you are an automobile supply
dealer, interested in a commodity of real merit, ask
us about our dealers' proposition.
35 to 50 Per Cent Saved
Fisk, Goodyear, McGraw,
(Subject to change without notice)
Size Plain Tread Gray Red
30x3 $10.00 $2.40 $2.'.o
30x3 14.50 2.S3 3.2b
31x3 15.00 2.93 3.40
32x3 16.25 3.00 3.40
31x4 20.00 3.80 4.25
32x4 ' 21.00 S.95 4.65
33x4 22.00 4.00 . 4.75
34x4 23.00 4.25 4.83
35x4 25.00 4.50
34x4 25.00 5.30 a.lss.
35x4 31.00 5.40 6.00
36x4 27.50 5.63 6.1
33x3 32.50 4.50 6.25
FISK GUARANTEED TIRES
33x4 Plain S. S $24.00
33x4 Non-Skid S. S 23.50
The Oldest Cut Rate Tire House in
the State. Goods Shipped C. O. 0.
Vulcanizing a Specialty t
Distributors for Savage and Good
rich Guaranteed Tires and Tubes.
BARGAIN TIRE HOUSE
Corner Adams St. and Second Ave.
Braender Tires and Tubes
Ihe lire lo lie lo
We got a very nice start, This, our opening week
53 days more in which you can get Red Tubes Free with
each tire at
The Money Saver
439-41 West Washington St.
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