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H 8 GOODWIN'S WEEKbY
V AUTOMOBILE GOSSIP
THE fate of automobile speeders
still hangs in the balance to a
HB certain extent, but if the work
Hk of the Automobile club of Utah is
HL given suppport deserved, tho votes of
B" automobile owners and their friends
K will go solidly aprainst those ill-ad-
B vised candidates of the Republican
H party who ache for the chance of con-
Hjj stiluting themselves human speed'
H A state law governing speed there
H should be, ti jly, but after the law is
H drafted it will be found that it does
Hj not possess the requisite flexibility to
Hn apply generally. There is a very great
H chance that such a blanket law will
Hft bo found to provide rather a fast
B schedule in some places, and foolishly
Hf slow in others.
H8 It would not be a bad idea for the
Hi Automobile club of Utah to indicate
H to the larger cities of the state their
Df desire that this matter be taken up
Ef locally and legislated for. This would
H take the wind out of the sails of our
B political friends and at the same time
H be dealing with the problem intelli
D Cheesman Automobile Company
Hf The Cheesman Automobile company
1 has added the Regal line to its long
H Automobile Tire Repairing
Ej Excellent Equipment and Service
H Our repairs are worth
K while. A call will
Hj convince you.
H Austin Tire & Rubber Go.
H 147 East 1st. South St.
B Telephone Wasatch 3010
H Save 1 2lA per cent on all risks
B on your auto insurance
B EMING & McMIUIN
B GENERAL AGENTS
H 204 Felt Bldg. Salt Lake City
fm Automobile Numbers a Specialty
H Salt Lake Stamp Co.
HB fViBuwffst) Rubber Stamps, Seals, etc.
H 65 W. Broadway Phone 304 Salt Lake City
H THE UTAH TIRE & RUBBER CO.
B 147-149 State Si. SALT LAKE CITY
line of cars. The new Regal models
are comprehensive, comprising a road
ster, coupo, large and small touring
car, all being undorslung with excep
tion of one of the touring cars. The
Cheesman Co. now represent the Chal
mers, Regal, Stoddard-Knight, and Lo
comobile pleasure cars, and the Fed
oral and Alco trucks.
Randall-Dodd Auto Co. The Ran-dall-Dodd
people are awaiting the ar
rival of the new Buick 4.0's with con
siderable expectancy. So are the ones
who have bought them. One of these
cars is to have an interesting career,
but as yet announcement is withheld.
Ausf n Tire and Rubber Co. Accord
ing to Mr. Austin, guaranteed repairs
are making a hit with the owners. The
company is now considering accepting
the agency for one of the foremost
tires. The negotiations are expected
to be completed within a few days.
Automobile Insurance. Doming &
McMillin, the Salt Lake representatives
of the American Automobile Insun
ance Co. report new owners as cauti
ous. Their liberal policy is being writ
ten to an extent that is gratifying.
Sharman Automobile Company. Mr.
Sharman has been visiting through
the state with his agents during the
past week. All are bemoaning the
lack of cars, but reports from the
Cadillac factory are to the effect that
this cause for worry will soon be some
Tom Bottcrill Automobile Co. The
arrival of the first Hudson Six at the
salesrooms of the company was quite
an event. To hold It long enough to
show it to a few other is one of the
hardest things Mr. Frank Botterill has
had to do in a long while.
Utah Tire & Rubber Co. Mr. Pum
phrey is feeling more like living now.
The Firestone factory i3 commencing
to make a showing against the flood of
orders. The new truck tire depart
ment is establishing itself splendidly
Studebaker's Big Dinner. .The larg
est gathering of automobile agents
ever brought together in the west at
tended the annual Studebaker dinner
at the Hotel Utah. It was the annual
gathering of Studebaker branch man
agers and agents throughout Utah,
Wyoming, Nevada and Idaho. In all
over forty-five automobile salesmen
were at the spread. Manager C. A.
Quigley was toastmaster.
Albert 'Mildenberg advertised last
week offering a reward for informa
tion concerning tho score of his opera,
Raffaelo, which was entered for the
Metropoliton Opera House prize com
petition in 1910 and was stolen from
an express wagon. Part of the score
was recovered at the time, but about
a thousand pages are said to be miss
ing. Mr. iMildenborg purposes to sue
Walter Damrosch for $100,000 dam
ages, alleging negligence.
Artist I'm wedded to my art.
Triend Too bad you can't compel
your better half to support you
Stick to Stickney's. (Adv.)
Buick "3I,M Price 1435 f.o.b. Salt Lake
With full equipment.
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Buick has established an enviable reputation for building
high-grade serviceable automobiles, and the 19 13 Line repre
sents the best efforts of this mammoth organization.
The success of the past season when the entire output
was sold early in June is evidence of the quality of the Buick
product and an indication of what may be expected for 19 13.
No car at any price can give more real motor car value.
Every Model in the line is so built that it will not only
protect, but enhance the reputation so emphatically won and
so firmly established.
THE 1913 LINE
F.O.B. SALT LAKE
Model 24 Two Passenger Roadster, 25-H.P., Fully equipped - - $1,100
Model 25 Five Passenger Touring Car, 28-H.P., Fully equipped $1,200
Model 30 New Type Roadster, 32-H.P., Fully equipped - - - $1,250
Model 31 Five Passenger Touring Car, 32-H.P., Fully equipped - $1,435
Model 50 Five Passenger Touring Car, 40-H.P., Fully equipped - $1,800
EQUIPMENT. Fully Equipped, including Speedometer and Self-Starter
These prices include every practical improvement that
has demonstrated its value, either in the operation of the car
or the convenience and pleasure of its owner.
"When Better Automobiles are Built fBuick will Build Them" f
Advance detailed specifications mailed promptly upon request. (
Randall-Dodd Auto Co., Ltd.
53 W. 4th South, Salt Lake City