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I 8 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
I AUTOMOBILE GOSSIP
LORD MONTAGU, of Beaulleu,
who recently visited this country
L and made a study of the auto
Hi mobile situntion, addressed a meeting
HJ of representatives of the loading Brlt
H ish automobile makers who gathered
H to consider plans to stop the invasion
H of the American-made automobile, par
Hi ticularly the low-priced car. Lord
HI Montagu pointod put at the meeting
B' that the term "cheap" which has been
j attributed to the American cars for a
WM long time in England, should be re
HI ferred only to price and not to the
H cars, which he has found to be good,
Hp reliable and officiont machines. Lord
Hj Montagu gave the British makers
HL some sound advice on American con
H: It is said that to stop the American
W cars from invading the foreign shores
H, the British manufacturers will impose
(mm- a tariff. If this Is done, I doubt verj-
much if it will "have any effect in
keeping the American product out, for
a low-priced, .good car hag long beon
needed in England, and America has
H supplied the need. British maniifact-
H urers can only combat the situation
M by 'building as many cars as- the Amer-
I Automobile Tire Repairing
WM Excellent Equipment and Service
H Our repairs are worth
H while. A call will
I convince you.
I Austin Tire & Rubber Go,
147 East 1st, South St.
Hi Telephone Wasatch 3010
I AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
H Save 1 24 per cent on all risks
H on your auto insurance
I DEMINC & McMILLIN
H GENERAL AGENTS
B 204 Felt Bldg. Salt Lake City
H I Automobile Numbers a Specialty
1 jiE tamp 0
H (riitfirffBfl Rubber Stamp, Seals, etc.
H 65 W. Broadway Phone 304 Salt Lake City
THE UTAH TIRE & RUBBER CO.
Mm 147-149 Slate Si. SALT LAKE CITY
lean makerB and building them as
good, and by selling them as cheap.
Cheesm'an Automobile Co. Simon
Bamberger has just purchased a six
cylinder seven-passenger Alco from
the Cheesman Auto Co. This car sells
in Salt Lake at $6,200. This company
has now established an Ogdon branch,
with Mr. Walker Cheesman in charge.
FORD AGENT SOME RACE DRIVER
Fred Alklro, of the Alkire-Smith
Company, selling tho Ford car here
and hereabouts, believes that he has
triumphed over matter and will pro
cood to enjoy health for a while as a
ohange. Mr. Alklro has been on the
sick list almost all the time since his
arrival from Denver months ago.
cve, of course, Is interesting,
bit j would never think that Fred
is aoie raco driver. Well, he is, and
he is the man who won the Mount
Morrison hill climb, in Denver about
two years ago, dirving the Ford car.
Alkire won tho event in tho Ford
class, but in the free-for-all the tele
phone timing connection got out or
kilter and It was hard to determine
whether the Ford or the Heo had
made tho fastest time. It was decided
to have the two cars make the ascent
again, and the writer, as one of the
promoters of the meet, had .the exhil
arating honor of riding In each car
working a stop watoh. Tho Ford won.
Automobile Insurance. Doming f
McMUHn, tho Salt Lake representa
tives of the American Automobile In
surance Company, report new owners
as cautious. Their liberal policy is
being written to an extent that is
Probably one of the largest crowds
to greet a party of distinguished visit
ors that has gathered in Flint in a
long time was that which greeted ex
President Theodore Roosevelt and his
party, who stopped en route from De
troit to Saginaw on Tuesday, October
8, for tho purpose of going through
the Bulck factories.
Upon the invitation of General Man
ager C. W. Nash, to inspect the Buick
factories, the Colonel and his party
stopped their special train and spent
about two houis going through the
factory. He was enthusiastically re
ceived by the large crowd of workmen
and Avas much interested in every
thing he saw, especially tho big, busy
Anna When did your love become
alive for him?
Bella When he nearly hugged me
Your automobile is waiting for you.
Purdue's Automobiles and Taxlcabs.
Anywhere at Any Time.
Phone for Hates.
Phone: Wasatch 5 or 1598.
Stick to Stickney's. (Adv.)
Buick "31," Price 1435 f.o.b. Salt Lake
With full equipment.
Buick has established an enviable reputation for building ,
' high-grade serviceable automobiles, and the 1913 Line repre-
sents the best efforts of this mammoth organization. j
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.D. 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, 40H.P., Fully equipped - $1,800
EQUIPMENT. Fully Equipped, including Speedometer and Sclf-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 Buick will Build Them" I
Advance detailed specifications mailed promptly upon request. C
Randall Oorid Auto Co., Ltd.
53 W. 4th South, Salt Lake City