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1 3 STEEL STRIKE HAS 37,373 THE bOUTH öfctND NtWS-TlMES 3 TRUCKS!! ONO OHRTE . Mint mm ii T7 3 7 NOT YET AFFECTED! fir i "B P iLd iLdi lLi AUTO INDUSTRY I Enormous Output Proof That ! N.t: T!ii- is .NO. l f,f a s-rk-s of f-iht 1 r.? in the care of s 1MI MotOT IfldUStrV IS RCCJciin ' trii( k tirs j.r ;..H -(! Iy I'rriTik S. Thorj., lo ai manarer for the D. F. j . . Dealers Glad It Came Now, Because People Have Learned to Wait. Io. dr. 'h Kuhlr ".' ing Normal Basis. nv i.oris r,rii.ov. "'asmimitin. r. :. "?. 11. i i' ::;:! ;-J rv '.' ly intrrfsts C'ivrrriirir-r.t n:!iUN. ;.s ;t pri'snlis I 3 r " f t!v "Tl Ii"-' t 'l r.fl s.i! ;m inn i i j I . i ' -T : i : r. .r or!irL' to : jcoi's- i -" ri o.l thr- it:h rrl;.i!.!o i:. i i n r:i nta 1 h.in- ii'is th :!! Mrikn up t d it ha1; (' "A y" fi i vr Of all ncssililo abuv-s to .solid motor tru-k tin s n rrloadirtr is the most, disastrous. A pkre of j . j Iroprly vulcanized rubber may be romprtJ-scil j WASHINGTON D. C. Oct. It. t within ce rtain limits anl wlu n it is released will j ' . . .,.a , .... , , , , , . I Thf enormous output or trucks fur sprinte back into its origi nal siz and shape. The r.b-hes the best possible proof that Jirst time It is com pre ssed beyond its powf-r of r is t.im howrvrr, th rtirb?r wiil hrc.tk down. It is vident, therefor, that solid tins are destroyed not niort on a satisfactory basis follow- the automobile industry is once s only by continual o r loading but !y overloadini? th-n rmo1. Truck ownrrs shoubl mak- t-tiro that their truck is ffuii pd with tir-s surf it k-ntly large to tako care of th greatest lo'-l the truck will le F.ubjpctPd to. Thrp is only on way to determine the actual v.it,-ht of a trurU that is to run it on scales, hoth with and without load, and to tind out not only the w-iht. hut also the weight carried on each axle. Tires with which one pair of wheels is equipped may often he overloaded while the tires on the oth- CVERL0AD1W r pair are not carryinp th'ir full proportion of the load. Tru' ks are frequently loaded so that heavy articles are piled near th- tailboard while the forepart of the body carries little or nothing. In i,..t ...fe. ted the motor r,r industry, j H., h r.1Jif.s lhp roar tin.s are usually found to be carrying an overload, li'l ort from the auton.rd.i!.- maim- j although the total load is v ll within the truck's capacity. The same l i' Mrim; rffit-rs are that th- strike ; mdith.n is met with when heavy material, such as kimber. pipe, etc., ., . , ! jv allow -! to proie t over h tailboard and. when the truck is in mo w:! have to eontioii.- f'r -'tik time i . .. , lin. to exert a t ruMinii; i i a--;- mih ii ;r i uunu.- io There is only one solution to the overload problem, and that is the "nun e of prevention." Waiir R. Ittenbach, formerly longer before it wdl be real!; f-!t in tl.e industry. Mu-t Ciirn llrrnf SK-k. The rras.in. i: i. 'vplnined. is that! Ml j..oi..r tar manuf... fir mu.-t '-" NAME NEW HEAD FOR ::;;r;i:,-,f" z;::;;zUr; chandler service here aii'ior drjtend upn !.'.i!. "r en i w-lxly : Ji iprri'-nts to e.ire f , : re . : v Ii i Ii t .-. There is :.. t.,,M , nn 'rtait.ty jM rail s h i j u i e n t s at the!1" 1,1 r tbe f.nal testing flepartment pre.-ent time. Tiiou-b pi i' e-j !ia t j of the Chandler Motor Car Co, at been hih. every b idder of motor the Cleveland factory. has ben .ns who could poaMv do so p.a . ;, , . , I placed m i diar-e of the service de i n building Up hl tf s.-t e j-tork ! i . ! p.u tin tit of I. I,. Mendez and Co., .;;aiii.-! surfi a ( n n 1 1 V e ny as nrv ; -.., v: t.; If the stt ike continues even 1 H d istriluitors of the Chandler, an itideüuit. periotl it will haw it. -I .Mr. f a ffenbach will have charge of n the rnotor ix world ju-t j-'H of the repair work on Chandler the -.!;,. as on eery oth-r hu of! '-'its. as well as the regular line of r,tb ( j ra'e wot k. Iraler Are ,Fi!lil.nt. . : 4I faffenhaeh is well known in Ii. ibis tht out:!:. .ut the rr..intn ! lo,,al automobile circles, having been ai. lather j.bilnt over the fid ! ;'ss'"'1;"r" wun ims ousiness ior tl at if there had to bo a cf, ,d strike I son,f' tin'- 'vn' South Bend, he d the force of the Chamiler , 1 1 it if there had to bo a cf, ,d strike j sonK" .l' .-ame at tbi-- time in-t.ad of later ; j",n'd company, at the niK.r. factory and was in charge of the testint: depart ment for over four years. in ft the war. There were 37.37. trucks manu factored in the Cnited States dur ing the second quarter of 1919. Of this number the one-ton type pre dominate, with a total of 7.:'."0. The other lipure follow: One and a half ton capacity. t.'-S; two-ton capacity, 4.7H!; two and a half ton capacity. 1.4S4: three-ton capacity 1,09; three and a half ton capacity. 2.2Ö7; four-ton capacity. 14 4; five ton capacity. 3.1H; over five-ton capacity, 5 S 7 ; or.e-half ton capacity three-fourths ton capacity 6,477; capacity not civen. 1.1-1; fire apparatus. 122; busses, ambu lances and hearses. .19; government trucks. 601. The Rev. W. S. Grant, of George town. Del., recently officiated at a unique christening. He baptised the seven children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marvel at one ceremony. WITH EVERY MODERN FACILITY w e can promise a quicker and more hV-ient job of auto repairing: than T,.,Svjh7, in an establishment less thoroughly equipped. Owners of v.i-s.s.ve ars have found this place ihe best at which to have their re pairs made. Thcr-'s a reason. RELIABLE AUTO REPAIR SHOP IIS S. Lafayette Itlvd. Main 1175 on. j he iM-dor ear imlu.-lry is ja.-t -(''llltu bark on its feet after thej v-ar and has really not et entirely! oljovted itself. Thre is a reat shi'itatre of i .iff, and dealers.' needs I ore still far from be:n taken care of. It Is much radr now. when the public his learned from expe rience .f the ditth-'ilties of petting .rs, to k-eji tbeni satis! ed to wait whib- lmii;er than it would be six nu.Tiths or a year hene. when fro '!; ti.n h es rotten back somewhere ) a r norma !. I ii I! if l.curtis to Walt. I' "aii'e tlie cp'(-id thin: noA ti.i- o:i- to place )ijs order for a car and have to wait some month-; for Viery. l'rhap- in another six it.'Mith- this ondition will be 'h.H:-..i ami. thoimh a man pre- rit i a T-arTieuI.! i- n.ake. it w ill take a ;'r-. : t d, al of per; nation to induce eus or mavbe Kiln f' wait a. few we mu!i-- to ret his ear, when he can! u o:;i and iuv sometum else and ::--t prompt 'bdiv.-ry on his -iee-tioti. ! ; .-ist ei; e u immediate d'divery ( i:ot leine; f-lt uuitt so much now .. - it was .-ome time , irk. I)ealfr ji i i: T t i 1 1 l-t a si'iii'-whit in'ua-ase.l ; i ' ' t'.ce of cars and. besides, the .;.! h ie b .irne.l that they must v.ai if tiny v.ai'.t new cars. Much pub'i i 1 ,s bv-r. uivi n t the fact i ' i'.us are scarce, and this ha 1 -u!" ; iptialed by t l.r epli- , : . . ' o ri P t b- !!! U'S a !ld e- J ( I i e mV!t' ! ' heu tl'.e den-.;, nd will lie : . 1 1 1 u w:tb no one v.-.-ms to be : wi'.lmi; to ln.'i.r a pta diction. i' s a it will be t:et summe r. ' i i I -tlier s are of tlie opii.ion that e. take at ha-' t ' o ears for ii: - I'iotU I,,!' b' -I-. t' j-et b,l( k i' - t mal condition I'.ofh - - . : I ' 'ja i ! 1 o i i . The e j j - t.'-- iuestloa h.i:u.-e. on th abiht ' ll'e : . ;, n a f .; Ct 1 !' t t - ti t the I;e- -, :..-! win. Ii tlvy ar- all h'uMinu' ; i ' o opt r 1 1 o n I..i!k:- I Victor in C(-ts. Wl "!! !:. p:u e of casv w;i; come v a de;..;.d- en:ita'!' upon the t.n when the Ia!r that o-s into to'- b!.'.!;nr of a motor c.ir be ,. . cheap- r. A certain atnownt f r.; w ?:;..? r.nl. of ta-urs.-. -o. s ;n t" the u:.'! r ( nr. hut by far the i::-. at.'M ;s th.at of I'ull ? ; '. : .o-- w i) me.m t h e i i -1 r i h j -T on ' t'ototv io-ts o ei a i;rater T" ; ;t er of tiiaclures. b'lt even wjen lbi- ; arc.oa j ii-1:. .!. :f 1 i .o om-ph-he.?. it d.o-:btf ;.l if it wall .e i ;':: e t n.t-t the ci:ta!:t;v :r. cr a i i -: of hs'-or. ONE IN FIVE NEW PHYSICIANS WOMEN j T'' ! " h'. t 11 -a)!:.. of ,.--rv' f, e do- to v. ! o -, m pb 1 nejr j ri;"uM.' i". K: .-iat-.d th: , lV '.v.is a voraa'; an 1 . :'!. r.ti. - . 'are that rie .--i r the ;rop : ;.on. wu'.l be I larir. r I m M.i . 1 ' ! v ..'a or-hn-jr to 1 J tl r.r-.t.-:: M i! Je. irna'. th.ere V i : . . : d o i . ; , - i a i '.no--- more thai for '! !-.: d ii- .i ItM 4. V J IMK I K l I. Mi 1 1 1 : i : i;i i:.i.f. A.;'.: in t.ie d. burw; kii -:!..- .:ae in t';. . htr.d. lie nop; v. ai! o er t!;e t-ojn. .; ! i itu-ti !' l..i In k w . . - i t ! i - mi:;- 1 r . t ; . - h ' v s it 1 .v- t i a s . i . , ei.s- 1 na ! i !. JU'1 ;::n :.t in '!- ,u, 1 .: t'-w ::.'i:ts .10. ti;:s bur--i.i:' la '. t!i int '. on i k e door of a k .'; t i: .-; : a 'ot t- 'i .: w.i v t .-. I o i of !'!.;:.'t : , til.-. i i v r ..,: : ,. .- w ,i t -J e'.t 1 i - ' ,1 1 1 I , - i V V" -, EV V. 7 .j'.f Iii'-- J 'v i raXf..-, A Maxwell Track Earns its Cost in One Trip Around the Calendar rTHE more you need capital in A yur business the less you can afford to , delay ownership of this cash and time saver. It earns its keep and puts money in the bank. Figures show that it yields 100 every twelve months by its 'penny counting economy." 16 miles to the gallon. Worm drive. Electric lights and generator. 2400 pounds. 99.6 perfect, as shown by service depart ment evidence. It pays its way from 'day to day. $1185 (chassis) the lowest priced truck of similar ca pacity in the world. lip Ur0 in ttrtt HAGEDORN & WEBSTER, 216-218 E. Jefferson Blvd. Main 1781. ' -3 I I : EM !. , lg;,: ON Tire buying is a business proposition with business men. Just as they buy the best machin ery or the best merchandise for their business they demand tire equipment that will give them the Same Comparative Service that they require from their machinery and other equipment. To them tire-buying is a cold-blooded business proposition. Our list of commercial users of Miller tires is growing steadil'. These users are business men who see a good business proposition in UNIFORM MILEAGE and GEARED-TO-THE ROAD. The first guarantees greater mileage and the same amount from each Miller tire, be cause every Miller is built exactly the same as the other to meet a championship standard. 1 he second assures the user safety and longer life to his motor equipment, because the GEARED-TO-THE-ROAD tread holds the road, giving positive traction under speed and gripping it when the car is being brought to a stop. Here's a list of business firms that believe in Miller Tires: ii South Bend Asphalt Roofing Co. South Bend Supply Co. Stephenson Manufacturing Co. St. Joe Valley Lumber Co. South Bend Lumber Co. George Cutter Co. H.O.Elbel Daily Cigar Co. Campbell Paper Box Co. General Cigar Co. Yellow Taxicab Hartman Coal and Transfer Co. L. V. McGann Lowe Lumber Co. Stephenson Underwear Mills South Bend Bread Co. Sailors Brothers Union Electric Co. South Bend Chilled Plow Co. Otto Schmidt Charles O. McCarty and Transfer Co. These users are getting tire service and tire satisfaction from Miller tires. Why not you? See a Miller dealer. MAS 133 East Jefferson Blvd. UND C. E. WOOLLEY, Mgr. Distributors Ü Main 2413 MILL E DEAL E RS are selling more and more Miller.tires every day. The cause ot this is the increased mileage and tire satisfaction that users are getting from these, tires. It will pay you to see these dealers. They have other lines, such as accessories, vulcanizing, repairing. In fact, you'll find that these dealers have lots to offer the motorist. o 111 OUR SPECIALTY STARTING, LIGHTING, IGNITION AND STORAGE BATTERIES 0. S. Electric Service Co 124 E. JEFFERSON BLVD. Lincoln 6310. Open Evenings and Sunday?.. MISHAWAKA'S EXCLUSIVE MILLER TIRE DEALERS MISHAWAKA VULCANIZING COMPANY Our other lines access io ories and vulcanizing are just as good in comparison as the Miller tires that we sell. TEXACO GASOLINE AND OILS 221 North Main Street, Mishawaka. Phone 1254. u EED TIRES We have a number of used tires that have been taken in on trades on Miller Tires. These tires are being sold at low prices to get them off our hands. TEXACO OILS AND GASOLINE M ASSE Y - PFUNDSTEIN COMPANY C. E. WOOLLEY, Mgr. 133 East Jefferson Blvd. , 24-HOUR SERVICE TO AUTO OWNERS. Call Main 2673, day or night, any time, any place, anywhere. Miller Tires and Tubes. City Garage and Electrical Shop BERT L. ROSEBECK, Prop. 1025 W. Division St. Storage and Repairing THE LA SALLE GARAGE 304 E. LASALLE AVE Repair work done on any car. MILLER TIRES AND TUBES Take Your Tires to ZITA BROTHERS 321 SOUTH CHAPIN STREET, Tf You Want to Save Money and Worry. VULCANIZING MILLER TIRES AND TUBES. rum riCkt ov&n to BOB - ROTO CXtKT3 TOWYOU OVLR TOTMC UtLRTY THE. BOT t H Jtff Y I! i ; ml 0 V Ü