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VOL. XIII, NO. 209.
TULSA, OKLAHOMASUNDAY, Al'IML !!'!!. AUTOMOBILES TRUCKS TRACTORS GOOD ROADS : i m-m MOTORIZED PARCEL , POST IS PROPOSED xviirih vixliuil I'ofcUiiualir-t.rnorol AdimnUs I nf l ( oph In Triiirlnlliin. SHOULD PROVE ECONOMICAL vpai.rio.l Trausonatnn lln Itrrn Satisfactory In l.lmltisl Trial and Merit (iiiishlrrallon. fine n r the soundest propositions Ihj! ! n offered In 1 1 1 o country for Mini" time, Is made by fourth ri (iniant postmaster-general James I 'risk-dee. Hit plan. In a nutshell, In thin: To establish a motorized turn! parcel pnst nteni Willi lO.D'IO ilif ferent route, ritipliiylnfr AO. 000 iirmy motor truck manned li- 240.000 discharReiJ lllier, There I nothing In be an hi against Ihe proposal 14,1 fIir DM v ran see, and nun h t" he "aid I" I'1 favor. llural (bias M'rttNt. Mr. ninkslc contend thai three, foirtlm of ihe rural population (if the ! I'tiitcd Slate live more llian Kin miles from railroad transportation, anil It It this ureal rlaa which would be lerved nnd reached liy the route a . outlined. Not only would these people bene, fit to a largo extent, hut their pro duce would he available for the mar, Usui in our ctowtieo cine. As to the practicability of the plait, wf are pleased to quote from HoToK : 26 ItnnlrM In Operation. There are 2 of these mutes mow In operation. There are 104 trucks operate by a personnel of 1 0 R meh. Those vehicle cover n dully mileage of ',lf.2. Till gives us an average dolly travel of about 70 miles Sn far o asmd, but obviously the flium'tat side of any enterprise ;ells ths tale of success or failure. Very well then; durlnir the three months from July 1 to Rcptembrr 30, Ida rrns earning of thrs nsrcepwnen t nter Delfs persuaded thii poit route were 2 S 2 . 0 2 4 9 ," . I'rom counsel of the city to also place In thii mut ha deducted the war reve- "ervlre an automobile pumping rn nue tnx which leave the earning l f'ral of It kind in the en- ;o 417.47. J lire country. This, by the way, waa Th total coat of operating the total coat of operating thal" n Milanirituie. rente during the lime mentioned i Ml. 113. 75. Thl leave tho net Income at 1134.791.72. Hut even here mut b generous and make an other reduction In Income, because of ih fact that much of the mail gsth. 'red muat b delivered beyond the e i c ilmlla of til nartlculaj route. hll much of th mall delivered had origin In another territory. Income of lt7.lSa.8A. It If we allow 50 per cent of the net Income in lake ere nf thl ehr-e I w shall he aitremelv enerim. ' genermia. probably j: or 34 per cent would b" nsater the mark. At any rate thl lives u a net Income of $7.IS..6. Thl show that each of the 26 mi.,.- ... , , ...AH,u 11 ' 1 1 l , 1H. 000 of these route In operation. Mch contributing a similar net In cone, the monthly total would be $1, 4 000. or 1103.680. 000 for the year. Now thla happeniLJo be the np- projlmate amount orrTinartly spoken J of an the federal contribution to htfhwny eonstrurtlnn In the years to corns. Mr. Hlnkalee's contention that he can furnish this money without adding one cent of taxes to the biir dfr.ii ii, the people seem to have a "M foundation In fact Could 1 sr Anny Truck. The uss hy the postofflce depart -"lent of 60.000 army trucks foi tn!s rvtc would afford an outiet for th Irurlcs n a way which would ot hurt the commercial market for truck and which would enable the lov-rnmenl to nso these truck ef ficlently. Instead of selling them for purpV-s.whlch they are indiffer ';v i" Annul Jrtii In fmor of the plan that 4V I, give Immediate cin MovmennT4ll.0n aoldlers. a They would start at ll.fto per dsy. jncrsnslng to J before the end of 'ar . i.iee men hnv been utirt to c,i i:ip tl,.y gr, i.etier worker mm they would have been before lny had military training anil It 'uld Heem thnt ''"V are particular-, ' e Nultsd tn hand! the work m a tliornngli manner All Would llriirfli. hu' the great consideration is the, T,il'f Hi (ountry at large would re-! 'lis from the extension of the par- posi system. j . t rifcent parcel are limited lo 1 ,u Pounds U iiH ihn ritsn nitlineiT' Mr Illakalee th llmli would be the capacity of lh Innks A 10 be tc- fllon can of milk would not '"'(I tecniis, t n ail lltlon to wa ov erwelght. tarrying parcels of arsaier l7p th nsw i omen co:ild unitouhtedlv affect a reduction In 'ha parcel 10,. rBtr on the heavier, .hi- nr-w rum oring one-oii , fnt lnstrd of 1 rent. I The figure given previously rover i lines operated a private businesses nr federal control they could ""die first class mall as well as! Wrr'l". and the flri clsai mall alone "mid provide enough revenue to i .0T'r lh' eost of operation of the' !.., J""t 3u PH"nd of letters :.0 i ik. . ,n P'nind. would return , "iriie( Ji,0 f,,r dav work i ns-s nn rimihi ii,.t iv.ii .i.. iJ's trannnnrtatlnn lii.li i. r .u ... '"IV ronnert,,) "aapenty, with progress and i t given to .1 portion br ieir people W,(, r ow ayjihuut of .L 'v '"Plnyniesit lo ome nne man to whom we owe ) "'-h. and t rto this In a way 'axe Wl" '"t '" " r,nt ln Jan Bu tWtlftmtr, - se-HINCTOV. April 19 - In an. 0 1T( today that the ninth hi- V offrli. . ... 1 eek rais ,t ' '"s 'i n.-asiirv erruii-. of -h. ; '"''"""'ednesi In anticipation v,., :,run" l.thertv loan had I n Hsr.,,' ""r"""1 h har!y 30 per cent '"tn discU.s,! ,hat a nut..' j "0f '" """Oill) hy the Jap- I r,.,, 7 'iiiii-iit nun oee'i retii'irle,! Vuik National lkHCU reserv e TO OPEN AMERICAN MARKET :J)() NfYT QFF HOW WF FOR NASH MOTOR VEHICLES! V.r.. 7 ....... While, there niay be a lew tribes f i unnihuhi still lurking In the Jun kltu of the Interim el South Africa, those familiar with that pari of I tic world declare the mo. lorn molnr car is more In keeping with the advatuc incut of tho Traimv aal. The denuinil for iiutniiiiihlins i" Itntish South African colonics is far In execHa of the supply. according In V. I, Herder of Johannesburg, who made th" lour trip from South Africa to krrmeh.i in -., t of the distribut ing franchise for N.ish psssein,rr car.i and trucks "There are few cities In the world more modern than .Inlni'ini-shur." says Mr. Herder, "and there are no people oti the face of the earth more, appreciative of tha advantage a of the ant, .mobile than are the people 01' South Africa. This appllei tn the motor truck a well as in the piisei.ngrr dir. The automobile has become a part of our dally life in that far-off section of the globe us III the l ulled Htutc or Kurope." I OLDSMOBILE DRIVEN ; 11 YEARS STRAIGHT Itmulstcr Ha Travrlril :,.0()0 Milrw While In Scsrv lor of laxnsing, Mlllgn, (Ire tlil. f. "K'.even years nyo- when 'luef lluii l(. rlfa of tha lainsing, Mirl.., f.re department, purrhased an (lids. Inoblle roadster fl replace hi horse an, l huggy In answering rire alarm., he created somewhat of n aeiiSRtlon." saiif .Mr. Houtherland of the Norria Motor company, loral (lldsmoblle dealer. "At that time hi car was the Liurth automobile In America to wrvs In this capacity. Of course, people tin Id s wasn't practical; aald I'. was Mire to break down at tho mst Inopportune moment and pre dicted (hat It would not be long be fore the chief would return to his faithful horse. "It J eny to Imagine then, how much greater a sensation was created I Hiring nit tne i u years in wnic.-j he ued III car every i!a, summer and winter, the chief any he has never had the slightest occasion to regret hi purchase Ho ha driven an average of 6.rii)0 mile per year, ol a total of 65.000 mile Nal- MiralJy tha major part of till lii- I I 11 Ii i- m vaa nnvarail m I h I n U I answering alarm the .moat gruel ling kind of work for an automo bile. Ilrglnning the day It win put Into aervlce a careful record bus "'t'1 " operaiing nn muin- tenance rottn. r or a, ami nay tne total expense amounted to 12.240.69. or approximately m rent perl nirle. Thla expense Includes all pair and replacements, tires, fuel and nil. And the best part of It Is that the-ur I atill aa good it worker "l.aat full the lning depart- ment required an extra pice of equipment to erve a a supply wagon, no, insican or nuying n new ' machine for ti purpose, the com nnssioniera purchased a new- model 41 eight-cylinder Oldamohll for the chirf's persinal n1 and tianj formed the old I Hdsmoblle Into a upp!y wagon. With a box body built onto tha reui and a new co.-n . of paint no one would ever suspect j 'hat T. had seen any service at all. j ' let alone 10 atrennou yenr of It. ' The chief new car. which he ha had for a little over three months, ha already run more than 3.000 mile without requiring a ainK'e re pair " NEW ORLEANS WIL FIGHT" FOR RIVER HEADQUARTERS! ;v i IU,K A.H. April 19 The Meaaurea behind which the New tr- ritrn delegation to the first annua Inretng In Chicago Apr!. 23 and 2 4 f tj, Mi.sMippl Valley association mntid aa a unit were announced ,or, today as follows; Intention of the noc;at!an' hrad.il.irters In New (ir'.eans A pMintmen'. . bv the federal gov- eminent of dimmer ial attache !l countries with whb h the I nlte.l State desires tu tra le, especially lann - America Tse bv the federal' government 10 tiesi'r limes of war vcsse.s to carry trade fin.mrin to all countries of the world Assignment of nddilinna! Ameri can merchant ships to u,l gu'f pur's In such nimlcr ns ; required t r lake Hileq iaie c are of the M iss.sji r I : valley commerce (lirough gulf ports The locrfl delegation, headed bv John M Tnrker. iresl(lent of the association, w'14 leu'e for Chicago tomorrow. It was stated Inn- ef'orts wunld be made lo have ihe foreign trade hunk located In chirago and the foreign trading company headquar ters In St. l,ou.s Maker ! Itrvlrw TnN. Br Ttic Annritled l're I'niti i-:n.'. Aniit 1 Sef retnrv Hake-- and ileneral f'-rshlng ae on their wav to the Amei.can pjiltf hriitgeiiead and will t-ev l-w tn.v?ar.i Its kef unit ileneral f'-rs'ilng ;ue on iHvision a: luekerrh. I uveiiiliourg ,on Apr, I I.'. and tne H9th divisinn the neit day near Tnvn according to information reieived at the ! CobleiiJi headquarters The secre j tary bti, the American l ommander will then proceed to ilie Cnhlenx iurea. where Hie,! sta- Is expected I to eitrnd over Into the mennd day. lei-mohlllatloii 1ihttim'. VASIII.;T iV. April l-i TroR. t,-i of deniobiliT.a'i'in was mi neunreil bv lb- vvn ilejiar.mint tn ila as follow Total dlscha-lses. !.;! 91! offi cers i esgne, or dis. lint ged, P H 1 1 i . total troop ordeted detnoblllied, l,4.00tf WILL UUWIIHUUI WINt I rem h l lilnk llciuriilim v,,,crs W ill I lint MihIIMi'iiiIoii r rrolilblilou I..im r I'AKIS Aiul! v Annri. i i pro hibition upset Trance s w mf tr.id-v The Ameriiitn market fir Mines closed, tin- I'renili exporters of' i hanip.iK'ii and other wines seek another u.arke' This illl he found In l!cr n.niy. Mi'innling to l.uei.iii' lotilalne of the Tans chamber of. com merer. "If there Is lint sufficient ntiirKel . In to'rm,iii. ue can o to llnliaml.: lieninnrk. Auilria ami I he Hall.. ins." said M. I'onliiine "We can find tho markrL for the siiipressed j American outlet In Km ope, I think. Soldiers Will Ml-s It. "The exportation of wine I not 1 going to be filch a hard problem to I solvo at this time fur we hae not' been prod iu'lui; ne.irh as much ivlne durinK the war as n uere1 before. 1 "W hat arc Americans going to do?" asked M l-'ontaine of the roi -respondent. "You know that all : Ihese soldiers will miss the e'rctich wine In America. I o imi think that i Americans will notice, the situation ' i worne than the Trench? I'crhaps j h 1 1 these soldiers had belter stay ; here eh '.' ' - is I'rohlhltion of the Importation i Into America of alcoholic beverage wUi. deprive Kranoe of commerce trh reachi'd In 1916 more than 00,000. fleforo the war. the Ttess was valued annually at more than $2,ooo,uu. LOCAL FIRM HAS BEST BUSINESS IN FIVE YEARS ;. A. .Hid A. K. Terrain, who operate the Tills. i Ittiblier A Vul cunlxlnn Co, a prominent auto eup ply firm, have iciort I business so far this year to be the best In their five year' experience In Tulsa. This thev ascribe to the up-to-dale business method followed by them; to the excellence of the .Mlcheliau tire nnd tubes ami to the up-to-ilitc auto Hiipplles they handle, and hist, but Viol least, ta the fast innning f i eo road service given. 1'nMiit i vital prol'lcnis coiif i . ji 1 1 1 1 kt A mi i leu n lii"ine.s nu n t"-liv u tli.it ot the r '-ad (iihi on in nf iinlu.it ry to a new p. n e busix. The Anrcrtcan penple have outgrown their Inline line lii'l nli.l are nnw con icineil di'li fitiding iii.iiKcim in other cu intriis fur tlo-ir s,u plus in.lustiisl pi iidlH Is. I -itll-t I ,lr' .i"l ili'lll.lll.ls. IliiWeVi! ni'ist not In- ii v ei I'M i ma : ed i'ntii ei.il'le in tent l, hi has hei n paid In Ihe (leslr.irllou bv I I cr II '. ft V i.f ll.d.ls lii.il plains in ii'U tiiei u ri.ui. e and llel'litlll. Mot I; i a i e in a ran hi c tliiiniiv to Cri'tn li ind i-.tra! le.ider slitp ali i tn tho persevering qualitii'?-, of the. French pie that thev weiC able to build a tn w riu.ip of Indus-! irln I plan's, vvith a l.n Ker . a p.n il y ln: Hi. tile lilies thill led. re tile w .1 I , 111 I Hoiilhcrn and lentrii I'ruii'.. In ad'llt.i.n. Alii"' and l.orra.nn h.ivi- Impwit.int i ill i: i i.i 1 plain, plllt leu !.li Jv In irnn .ilid teMlJe Ullr-s, Wlllcll were 'lilt ; 111 p. i II e, I ! ihe v .1 . , and will. 1 1 nil; now (.. .lUdc-l to tile existing plants n l-'iame' lli'lKtwca. is no; in hi r.iv urn '.e a position .is Cr.iti'e l e. aii-i. the ma le piiitlmi ol tin- i i'iniiiv w:ii titidt't tile cimtnq nf i n. ;ci in. mi.. S!ie ),.i need f,.r i ep' r 1 1 1 Ii ink- 'lie Mi.iti'rlJil equipment i.f hi t fa- t.'rie and to re. build then, i . f.,1 e yip. ( i, I,,, in :, I position to piiiiluie 'lins. m.iterirt., that "li l. neeiK.d f"l fill li.-r I"- enlist r Hi t lull 1 i,t i II ti l 'e it Af'i.an p.i.s-i 'i.i,t. in I,.- m. g"n Kive bei in In. p' r'a nt -u n.r I .1 w ma f ei ii Tie w or id's ti ti I ' i ! ip ,' i i.i. leiat!e!v IIS l.l.pe t.i.l.lv :i'- ill.' developed ale, ,,t the I 'U'e.l .Wl at thften" ofthe Cv.l war. ill Ma I EilrftTJitV. Jw Sl CUITINO A PA1H f OK AMOIOU THf FABRICATED SHIP IS. Jtklryl 'f'TSwHTMnlvx PUTTiNd thf: united states in ' - i -I wLT I THE LEAD IN SHIPBUILDING JOSliftwVc ' ' IV J ' ' - M)0I Tif Nal I OusnnsaialuNOiPsoja ATvV'T IW 1 a Jm. v" 1 .i-J f' NAfUHAL kW I Vh , If 'rt VhM .rvl.cTEsouHLS In: ... ., .,... IV '. f II XLir.f'WwF- JfiP Home of Carnation A uto Sales Co. The Carnation Auto Sales company of whom the ll.ilcliff s in. lei s Is the pnrent company. Is one of the largest exclusive lue nnd a. i-vsmu ileahrs In Tulsa The Teimsyh an la muiiuiii cup the and th" Tennsvl ninia tube can be found here in great iuanl It ns ,l I '. Siamford M the m.-inaKcr and lie Is blessed with Ilia most up to dalu siiift i. i.i..i,i clerk thai tan be found any where In tlie inuiitiy " U. S. TIRE COMPANY ADVISES I FIFTEEN STUDEBAKER CARS ! PATRONS TO CARRY TAPE! $YjlD DURING LAST WEEK; Tire tnpe Is to the nulomoblllst what a bandaga 1 to a )?ed Cross nurse, and a man who drive a car would aa soon think of leaving It mil of his tool box a a lte,l 1'rosa r.ursn would think of leaving u hand age out of her first -alii kit. The Tnlted Stale Tito company advises all H patron to Include n roll of lis tape In their equipment. Its use are Innumerable. Il I most frequently used o relnfotco bad spots ratiM'd by blowout and puvc-tiuwt..-Jt I also valuable for wlnd- Ii1l5 "leaky" electric wlies or niak lug temimraiv repair to rods or rattling pari. hroken I DOCK SCfNF. AT COMDOVA . ALASKA ONE OF TIC GATfWAYS OF OUR X. If L- - ' CHEAT TERRITORY NAHOSf. NATIONAL WCALTH HAS OUST BEGUN TO BE DEVELOPED. If Ihe Ii. i 'l s'.rnu.a'e IS beil.gi. ill. IMilV I I in II. i I'M ..f tlW "II h;i tb..e 'f Hill I -i I V .i't I'lll V ill tile In so h iy in iii up M: 111 lit- III dining iie ii t.e 1 tl ll. I.i rn . n' The cleatin plies that we I . imi il i : I in I mi-: nn v. t I, siniiid I.f lielv III if US' lllllltll " 111 I I. I'MO'll trade '1 lie ,v ,,, p,, ,,, ,,,, ,.,) K,,, l changes in en- ' iniii'i) lh it have the basis fur developing an int. in.'i t lona fin n. e ma ike:. The I'lllted Stall's 'ml iv I. ,'ls ...I', sideial.le unoreuppi mini i, i , i .j, I e in II I ed fur set 1 1 e I, i e. i : uiiii' il 1 m nig ihe 1 1 1 . . 1 1 f i 1 1 . -1 .on net n. e r I- tu eli t ( r, ,,r.( should I . I i .i ' i t -nation WOt k I'l, milfl Hi'sli in M.ttc ii n ler'.i ke i , , I , ',,,1 ; iWn ,,, i s i our sn.i : hei n st i ten .-, ml iiiiitin,,,. t h con -t: . i, .-! inn ,,f 1 1 ,i 1 1 - j i . i . . ,i : i . i . i Inn to lap 'lie k'f'.ii til.niM nf Al,,sla tll t-Utei tl.lll.spol Uljiill , .nt,, i Tilers M ini to pile up itnvvatl.o for Studebaker cars, as there were 15 on Coleman McNulty s disk I'll dny afternoon and no prm-pcci of ,ill Itimi MJC.I ,lll J .till! Mlf.! l.J ll.lddle of next weeli . C M. Welsh and Coelinan Mc Nulty will leave Sunday nlnht for K'ansas City, where I.. .1 oilier, vice pnsldcnt and geiiwial siCes manager. will cnndiii't a nenenil dealers' meet ing lo deiri in Hie fiiluie prospecia for the dellvei les nn, I ivavs and means of n K'ner.il nature will be l iken. Ilolh inemlieis nf the Wc',.-h- McN.ilty firm cupel to be out of the i lly until W edncsilav Yov .1 II i I . ' vp..i.. gl. 'ii'litu.' :i l ..ii e in i k-' in" . I.e gi . i- ILK I of oii-l, '.I II' let Ini Ii I ; ,. de', sn I W c - In INCREASE IN MOTOR TRUCKS PRODUCTION Tn-.l,eo of lli'l lili belli Moliilo tor t ii irn 1 1 in I- (ipilinl-ili Our ilic I mure of I ii I ii -l r I' l. op. iii nls i.f the I i ..I f , l .-pk li.ll.l III. is-ase III I hi' lo.. I.. I i I. k in I Ii lll.i i t II I'llltt lilsne.M i lln li 'I Muir.iv. fji islilent i.f "Hi,. j I 1. ' III-lelii iii Mnliirs . ..i pnl.itli.il. Al - 1 1 1 1 1 . v 1 1 I 'a , is an hi, 1st nl nil II lies M In I'Oliti'liipl.illiti; Hie future ! nf tin iii, tu -til. I. lit has neier l.ccii I mm. npt i iii 1st le tti.iii ai pie-ent Iii ,' s, ii-sina the fiiiure, Mr, Mm ' r.i i i i cut !i s.inl ! .-'pen. Iiiik a Iii If I. nil.. ii dollars in lt.it,, I I,,.,, Is wltlilli the couil'lk' Vi'ir ( will benefit Ihe null. llfai tuier of (ii.iniiieiil.il cars lonie than anv ntiiel iliis. i.f Ilia nil f. lit III er III the , HI'.. in. .live field Spending I l I - lion ainl one quarter In mid l.tnld 1 inc. vvlihin the next few vears will ' I.i inn. this nnliistiy lo a pi.iiu hiirdlv .'..litem pin i .'.I bv even Ihe most ' npt i in tM Ii tn.l.iv The latter amount Is in si,'ht ,t feilelal aid, slate aid an. I fitun iither sources, and load vv.ok will g.. on uninterrupted now. ( Th.' in. .tur tt iii k business has grow u aniii'Mnjtiv . i.f course, Put Us start his been em. ill iis coinpaii'd lo what Ihe future litis Iii Kiore With trunk Hues ciiiiiplrtcd criKcrosslng Amer h .i. and providing first class high iv. iv from large cltv to large cltv. an. I with such 'truhkf' Vrossii, i every slate of the union, there will I. . ;v pr. Hided an opportunity for the ilev eliipinent ofa great national nvs- in of ti iii K ilelivertes of men ban lllse. ' l-'a nn ers In every ecllon of Ihe country will develop their delivery affairs to such an extent I tin I their men h'ltidlsi. will be taken from the farm direct lo the consumer, while other deliveries by parcel petit will aid ntlll farther In reducing the high null of living. The merchant In the cltv will deliver all of his good lo Ihe coiiulry by truck, while the man ufacturer will reime to depend upon slow freight for hi service. Through out America our dealers ami dis tributors feel, the Willie bllllld of optimism that I have so often en pressed In words, and Ihry are all planning ahead many v. lira In Ihelr business ami ur aw-altltiu the com pletion of Ihe great national system of highway with equanimity, con fident, of the future nod satisfied with the present, an business at present with them 1 light up to ti pecialions itml up to our cnpaclty. "The llethleheni Motors corpora tion Is preparing In enlarge Ita plant ainl to Increase the capacity, and Is tnnnufactiiclhg' todavy on a larger scale than ever before. Htit 1 feel, us do all official nf the company, that enlargement of lh output Is alisoluii'lv necessary to maintain inn c with the tlni". which are gain ing rapidly upon the motor truck In.liHtrv in del shipment. P.verv thing every when, favor my opinion that lill.k manufacturing of the future will be nn a scale sn large Unit It will make the business of today seem Ninall In comparison." to consider road contracts Monday lllds (in II. .Y Mile of County High nay Will lie ( slied lly the I utility I oiniiilskloiirrs. Ill-Is f.,i hai iIhui facing the Skia lonk Tnls'i 1 1 1 a I ' and Tulsa-Jenk rnad under t lis f 1 .7 r.O.fluO Tulsa county good ronds bond Issue, will ho considered at the meeting of the Tu ln county hoard of commlsslon "ii at It meeting next Monday t'-ornlng lirndltig on these roatl nan pr.n tbally been completed un der a contra, t between the cnunty 'omiiilssli.ni i s mid the Froehe-i Iray i 'nut! i nit Inn . ..mpii hw. and the eon 'I -leiing fi.iin whose bid Is accepted M. 'tnl iv will not lie iei,ved In start ing Hie btrd sin f.u Ini, opera'l.ms nn n total nf 11. rni miles of hlgh w a v s When th. -e inadwavs for whb h .on" i. -ict Is to he let Monday, nnd th" lul'h.'i i.ni'rl'l fur 7 -, miles ,i I.,- ntv.ll'h . May :i Ilie completl'd Tiil-'i C'.ii.lv will lie t, t.iia of '.S i''' lilt'.- of p.ive.l blghwavs e l.'i.diiii; from T.lisi to Skull. ...k, I'hi. I'l.ik'li Allow iitld I'wiisso. Ih.s Is In addition tn ihe TiiIsh--i '.I S,.iii.ks ii. .ii an, I the '.ii Ml Ad inn .. I I:...-.' I I.i II pa w I blkli w a v . w hh h p. now nii..'i- i i.tisl i m l Inn hv tin- ( ' ii A Jli'W.iiil live t'onsiriic ln i . i 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' l lln fit si n'ii'.'iil h.. l:li: I.' n .'.''i .' I I .s' 'I n .. I;.- I'nital Sfiilrn Fabric Tire Hapidly (iaininp Favor Amorifj Motor ihh The I'll . Ill if .-.I .1 I i . 1 1 1 ' : ., ; ., Ill 1. ,..'.'.. I . ,t I .( his II, 1 .. ..,s I h: . 'I.e m .1 'I II ' I' I II e ,,! II. u p. I, i : - v i i' ' : :i'l i r' nil i ' tl " i i ' i ' . . . . i ' ' . i i ' 1 1 1 , 1 i I.i , . w I i s iv '. . hie I . I'l - I ', .1. gre. ..' H.-I ' : i . ... ., nv t c"n . I,: ,i ii .I tl. f I . . . I'm' Tni'V ,., i n ',. .'Ill ". !. -. W ' " 'I : I i : . I . I'M- . 'ill' . I-:'. I I . 1 1 ' J i .-" .,' i ' - . f i ... 1 1 t-a ii,: s ". .' - (-.-.I i'l, ... Ill ... ate .'..ii.tii, ' i . ! I v i.i" in' f i n o in 'in i; nin' , . i ' - y, !. . '.' i n' I'-.'.-l ; ll I' a I Hi', i " . i : I ' i'l' f - ,1 . iv ' n n i ; 1 1 ., n .'' ".- I I S' I'll- . .., in ,n I - ,. " ., , II IV n in. t'..!'l HH W .11 l .e . s.l.-' I, e id . I ",.'' ; ;'.. 1C, 'in.. nn , .' ,. : i i -n 1. 1 i - .i t .i- 1 1' ' ' ' I ' ol live o." "11 1 I I I ' ', t '1 i'l 1.1 '.!' 'I lie ,i 1 ,. f ; 'I '" ' I' " - C.ljel , .,1 1 rv 1 . . "I' I 'i i ml I In- i - is . I, I ' , I J .J.i;. " much money not being ' . I II IL .1 ll'l ll IS In 1,1". I .I s ,' I , I'., I iilinl 1 . 1 1 v ill.; pinvei, IVl. I tin i mi II I I V .III a I HI II. 1. 1 IIC" I'f HUH I hill II Is II. I 1.1'lllg list .1 I.i I ni.l" I. il'i. i , nut t.. poll base k'""'l-J ml in. 1 1 e ri a 1 Ihe . Ii 'ini i nihil I ll, lis have ci line l.. nil h a .lie, of nnii-.ii.ll happeq lues line to the iv i r .iijj.1 Iii. or i'f tin d I. el 1 1'. I in I .i new i h.i ti i ..' Is . in hi dei- ' eff,.', ,e III The tn.lUHtrles i ountry were iii.I initial ural to llli.l.lll.e all I he iv itml tig tit Ihe w II ' I'll'- i I ..l -'ll l. s of liialiv l.iilnrics vvete ri...nili',l, lew ones hiillt a hu ii.lnne.l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s i c modeled and pul niln pi nilii. i inn, .iiid Inilu.str) was ' to. I n,l V i .1 in. I ..pet . I led In il i ci I I'll 'nine jk 11 ll war inn es.slt les. ' I hK ti "I and dire. -thin of ef ' fort nnd ih.iiik'e of iiollcles resulted III tile iiiiuplele silhiteliHlou of the ' orillnarv iipei.ill.ill of the law of I sllppll' iilld ilelnand The 1 1 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 . 1 j for war i-tiiniiinditles and the neces , S-IIV ll gl eemepts Willi I II il list I'les IIS . In prices upd' lerini of conversion of lti.liisir i.i Will- work, etc ( had ! thi effect of Inflating prices to an : ahnormiil i-xtent. so us to iicouiage I maximum production, even by pro I ilqcers operaiing under the greatest handicaps and at the highest costs I I'rlces were advam ed dlspropor- lloiiiiii'ly, some articles allowing In crease In selling prices over pre-war prices of I'tiil per .rent. The law of supply and ilemittid I really In- ! operative at Ihe present time, for Ihe reason that It I found difficult, If 'lint .Impossible, for thl law to resume 'normal functioning,, on ac count of the fai l that at (be pbarnl lime fh price relation between the Industries producing Imslc essentials are out of balance ami not properly ad lusted to efficiently ineei peace time conditions" DETROIT BUSINESSES NOW N EARING NORMAL I'F.TltnlT. April II. - All hulne In I'etrolt, ipi-clully In iiutmnotlva line, la showing a marked Improve ment The transition of business lo a peace basin In going forward With few serious Jolt I'elease.l available labor I being rapidly nhaorhed and biilldlmc operation have taken a great b.i.iin Work wa gtarted nn aiCi new bulldlnrs ami UTi new addi tion during February Tho majori ty of building operation represent manufacturing plant ami bualnea place. The estimated rnad of Iheao new structure tntiila $ 1, 271. 0(111. A ppruxlvutrlv 14 11 per rent busl- . i'r m now niiiiosi m i iiiiiiiarvu Willi 10 per rent In t-elnuary llimlnea above normal during March was 17.14 per rent, agaliiat II II per rent In Frhniary. About 4 tl per rem bualneaa I below normal, which la a decrease of I per rent when com pared wllh February figure. Iliist nee showing steady Improvement total ti to per rent, which la a bia Incteaae over the Fahraury rerord of 411 I per tent. Only ITS per rent In on the ileclinn. while IH.Tb per cent la stationary.' FORMER MEXICAN OFFICER IS HELD ON CONSPIRACY I.AUFIiit. Texas, April 1 ..--ileneral Santiago Menilniea. a former of ficer In the Mevl.an army who ha been llvlng"heie fur aiitne time, waa iirreslJil late Inst night charged with romplli lly In the IHa f 1 1 ii ni u I revo. Ill'l.illlll ) mnv eiiiellt In Mexico, It he. lame known today Ills lus-est fol lowed the capture of seven armed Mexican who were caught attempt ing to cross to the Mexlnan side nf the tio l Irn ode neurl here. They wern believed to have been on their wny to Mexlro to Join a revolution ary movement there All were held for the federal grand Jury which will convene Monday. To Drive Vnkttown . Automobile in ('tannic .'I' II. In.s 'li "f li'il'l ,"' ',.r ! ' ' ' ' ' ' . i " ! h.-v ' ! " ;' ' ' " '" ' " 1 ' ' ' ' ' '' ' ' "' 1 11 l' .'' 1 I 1 I l.i.llls t Iii v n h t ! .... , . t, ," ,": I i . , .. :.,' ..' n . 1 1 m, t .i., n !t , . .,, 'i ' ..''... ." ',. I." , : . 1 1 ,.., i '.. - - -. dvv r. , l 'tie 1 . ' ' 1 , ' 1 1 i . , :' -I ' I - l-ew ' '. .' I, . I ' I l. I. ,t I I ' , ' . I . '' 1 1 1' " ' .1 ' . V , iv i ' ' ' ' "' " ' e ' - '' 4T ie '.'I'll '"I 1." will REFINEMENT IS TO BE YEAR'S MOTOR STYLE Future In I ami' I lulu tics.., I mi nim, tiualllv nnd Viicsslhllll v, I it linli al t alitor Ih i bncs. IS EXEMPLIFIED IN ESSEX j War Not tu Malcrlallv Affis t Mylr if ar-.. Sins Itay Sturm, Isxnl llss- liiap r. ' Tlleie will be hu: InCe new 111 the jauliillioblli. field within Ihe next Iwehe inonlliH, savs ,1 Fdward Wchlp- per. technical editor of Autoiuoblln i IndiiMlrle. ,e York Tho trend will be toward detailed refinements I rather than ladlcul chunies. I.lght- ih ss, high quality, economy and Igreatar accessibility will riault In better performance. I Tlni tendency In general design will be Inward llchter car In which I the llghlnee I secured by more cl- entific design nnd belter tit il Ian linn i of epace. y.mm' Altraiii Aitrnllnn. j , "Thla I well eaoiiiiillfled in the , Fssex, which I attracting an miirli attention Ihroughout the I nlte.l Hlalee," ssl.l Jtay Sturm of Hturm Minora today "The wonderful per forma nces of the F.ssex will result In other cars following lie design. "Aa a reaull, I lie car (if the future, like the fc.seex, will get better per JprmaMa and have more room for driver and ' paaeenfer, allhongli mounted prohsJ.ily nn a aliorter wheel base than the average ear of today. There will also ha tietter accelera tion and greater power on till la. Tha lighter weight will reduce upkeep expeyae to a minimum. IjFnMina l,rarnnl In War, "A question often asked automo bile engineer la what effect la tha war going to have nn car dcaln. The war I not going to have any material effect on car bodlaa or the general appearance of rara, although there la no doubt that the leeaona learned In Ihe last two years wilt leave their Imprint In a number of Important detail. "In the average oar of the future II will no lonrer be necessary for a man to pay a Id It of II or 110 lo rearh entile part of hla rar thai coat f.O rente to replare. The coat of au tomobile labor la so high that It' la accessible car. aoeceatble car. "In th Raaex, for Inatanre, the designer ha.ye paid treat attention to thla detail and I lie result la that every part of the niechanlam of the car ran be reached with the amall at ptaadble expenditure of labor.'1 GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT IS GAINING MOMENTUM Home alatea In the country have been much more progresalv In the matter of good read than other, say Ouy liavla, local Ilulck dealer. This la In moat rasea due td local rondlllona. However, the arood roada movement la gaining lit momentum eveiy day and haa made tremendoua atfldea In the paat few years. Anil It I a mark of progress a move m eh t that deserves the active sup port of every eta o' people anj every type of htialn. More especially does It deserve Ihe support of tnotnrlHla, because It appela to them from so nianv different angle They have been quick to see the advantage of a, newer and hetlnr mean of Individual transportation. They ahould be equally quirk to aid In every possible way In a movement thin will In aure that they, get Ihe utmoat bene fit fwin Hint means of transporta tion. . Thlsmeans good road. Keveral grent national highway ar now In the process of construction, ami while they ari hot rntlielv com pleted, em. ugh progress haa been mule to show thai they will he of Immense benefit. It Is quite ik lm pnrtant that these big highways should he connect!. Iv a network nf really good roads, and that other sections i.f the country nol tapped hv Ihe national highways shoubi have gnoil tatc and county rnads, In order lo f n illtate the t ransporln -thin of riinnherless kinds of mate T il as well as nuiny thousands eat people ever)1 veur U.S. NOBBY TRUCK TREAD TIRE MEETING WIDE FAVOR T,. the average person the expres sion "truck tne'' innw'vs but a hnav ,..l of the liii.'.rtari.' of such it nr.- i 'i.miiiercl il eniet prise nnd in disir' ... lh.. i'les. ..n nee demands i ,ipi,l it ii'.piiri.itioii and Ita ml I ink' . mo v.nlv nf ifi.itnif icttired iiroducls.--'nit I.; inn m.i teria ; i an w-eii . T' " motor trii.-k has esta hi Ishe.l nse'f n, nn ecoinmi nn I menus if ' III - " I 1 1 Inc. no t only III Cltv lie l. r,.'.", mi; m i rnss cinintiy lii.. ,. in. I to. lav l hrmlK In. in the count! his'h'.v a -, s and roads in.- h, n'B I. i'i' mniiitiu im rciM- l in.ii.ir 'i n. I hunt. Tl . I in',- I S' i. , Tir.- c.inip.i,-' 1 -s : ni'ii i Joi i; .". I..ivv,i.-. in tin .ol ii w .ens !.,w.itd rapll t'li',', 1 n M ,,' i . 1, ., h . I,., , ; i . ' . : ti, ir ' e I , ii.,". it noj I-;. iv it ll , 1 ' 1 1 -' i . . ' ' . - ri i -.':. ' . f ' : . :.'.,i i .. ,- i ' f 'Wl !(! ,.'i I r-;: lo.ll ''i' si- ii. mend,, .s t ; 1 1 -: i,,i ni'im; in MH I I 1 "11' ' . 11 I . I V I '.'. MYSTERY SURROUNDS NAME OF NEW ADAMS CO. MOTOR ' : A. I.. 'I... Id,, tr- ,f, of ll'e ,v,i , i, i , ,I1V ,. t j . , o iv . . , m . ., r.-i pa iv '-s ' e' in n. l i ;.--.! . I i ; I,.-, have i ii. .1 .i" . ,: . : i big i p. . ,-, , i i u , i h I, . n .' ' I,' e: ov. i ' 'I "' I I'" li tl.hl.UM " lh- ivst.-n.i in -iv im; 'he v;il i".,.;,l lis lii'm ivyien Ihri'rt i.u loJ'4s, now i u unite, afiivr lima