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HI 8 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
I AUTOMOBILE GOSSIP
OGDEN and Salt Lake will com
promise their differences over
H! ? the exact route that is to form
R Utah's portion of the first official
B transcontinental automobile road. This
H week conferences have been held be-(
' tween good roads boosters from Og-
H den's Weber club and the Commercial
' club of Salt Lake. Governor William
H ' Spry and others also have been drawn
f into the affair and have lent their best
kL efforts to an amicable adjustment of
Bf the controversy. It will be settled to
B ' tho satisfaction of both Ogden and
H i Salt Lake and to the lasting benefit
M t of the state.
B j At tho conference Ogden was rep-
H ' resented by H. M. Rowe, president of
1 the Weber olub; I. L. Reynolds, sec-
Hi retary; M. S. Browning, W. B. San-
Hj' derson, J. W. Abbott, A. P. Bigelow
Hl. and O. J. Stillwell. Salt Lake was
M represented by tho Commercial club's
B regular standing committee on affairs
' pertaining to the mutual welfare of
m both cities. The members are J. H.
j Manderfiold, chairman; W. R. Wal-
K lace, Frank S. Murphy, Joy H. John-
H , son, George A. Stiener, W. W. Arm-
Hi, strong, president of the Commercial
club, and Joseph E. Caine, chairman
: Automobile Tire Repairing
j Excellent Equipment and Service
HL Our repairs are worth
9 while. A call will
H convince you.
Austin Tire & Rubber Go.
W 147 East 1st, South St.
H Telephone Wasatch 3010
H Save 1 2lA per cent on all risks
H on your auto insurance
DEMIM & McMIUIN
M j GENERAL AGENTS
H 204 Felt Bldg. Salt Lake City
B i Automobile Numbers a Specialty
I &S tamP
H (tTBtslIfifl Rubber Stamp, Seals, etc.
f 65 W. Broadway Phone 304 Salt Lake City
H'' ' DIBTIUlinTOItB
H THE UTAH TIRE & RUBBER CO.
M 147-149 Slate St. SALT LAKE CITY
of the Commercial club good roads
committee, and W. D. Rlshel, secre
tary of the Auto club of Utah, were
present In the Interest of automo
bllists of the state.
Ogden's contention Is that In case
tho highway should enter Utah by.
way of Grand Junction, Colo., Price
and Provo, It Bhould go out of Salt
Lake to Nevada by way of Ogden and
westward around the northern shore
of Great Salt Lake. On the other
hand, the Ogdenltes are willing the
route to Nevada should go out of Salt
Lake by way of Deep Creek directly
westward, or any better course de
cided upon, in case the highway en
ters the state by way of Evanston,
Wyo., and Echo and Weber canyon.
At a large gathering of good roads
enthusiasts at the Commercial club
Monday night, when A. L. Westgard,
chief pathfinder of the American Au
tomobile association, was tendered a
reception and the projected transcon
tinental highway was discussed, the
link from Grand Junction to Salt Lake
by way of Price and Provo, as tra
versed by Mr. Westgard, was indorsed
unanimously, although such action
was not official on the part of the
Commercial club, but merely the in
dorsement of a mass meeting.
Auto Insurance. The firm of Dem
ing & McMlllin in tho Felt building
reports great progress in the wnnng
of auto insurance for the American
Automobile company. The policy of
fered by this company leaves nothing
to bo desired in the matter of fair
ness to tho owner and complete pro
tection Is afforded. The policy is one
of the most attractive offered today.
Austin Tire and Rubber Co. Tires
properly repaired give full measure
of satisfaction, and that is the stand
ard which this company is living up
to. Owners who have studied the
filler remedy are of tho opinion that
it I3 not efficacious and the real repair
man is not at all alarmed over the in
novation. Utah Tire & Rubber Company. The
Firestone Tire concern has had a dif
ficult taBk filling orders and the pros
pects for alleviation of that condition
aro by no means bright. Mr. Pumph
roy of the Utah company is working
his force night and day to catch up.
A quaint little piece of advice given
by the White company is the follow
ing: "Fine feathers don't make fine
birds. When buying a car, look be
neath the feathers. If the chassis
mechanism looks as if it were designed
by a lacemaker, go to a laco factory,
where you will get the real thing, and
tho first and last cost will be less."
Your automobile 1j waiting for you.
Purdue's Automobiles and Taxlcabs.
Anywhere at Any Time.
Phone for Rates.
Phone: Wasatch 5 or 1598.
Stlok to Stiokney's. (Adv.)
Buick "31,M Price 1435 f.o.b. Salt Lake
With full equipment.
JL 2r JL S
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 1913.
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. 1
THE 1913 LINE 1
F.O.B, SALT LAKE
Model 24 Two Passenger Roadster, 25-H.P., Fully equipped - - $1,100
Model 2S 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 improvementfhat
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 mill Build Them"
Advance detailed specifications mailed promptly upon request.
Randall-Doi1 Auto Co., Ltd.
53 W. 4th South, Salt Lake City