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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. lf
I AUTOMOBILES AND GOOD ROADS
I UTAH C0IHIV
Joseph . Howell -Thinks the
Government Should Help
Build Good Roads.'
In its effort to secure federal aid for
national highways, tho American Au
tomobile association is wagintj a contin
uous warfare und ull indications point
to ultimate victory lor theso boosters
or better road. "Briofly, tho A. A. A.
contends the automobilo has mado bitjh
Tvay travel au interstate matter, in
stead of limiting it to townships, conn
tics and intrastate travel, aa is tho case
-srith horse-drawn vehicles.
This brings a greater part of travel
over highways from one state to an
other and a pystem of roads passing
through different states is considered
necessary. Believing thin can only be
accomplished by federal jurisdiction
and aid, the A. A. A. has been leading
fight in this direction for tbo past
Many of the representatives in con
Srets have pledged thomacjvos to sup
port legislation of this kind and the
National A. A. A. headquarters lias
called upon tho Automobile club of
"Utah to line up its representatives if
possible. Consequently a short time
ago a letter from the Automobile club
of Utah was addressed to each of Utah
rcprcscn'ativcs in congress and Con
grnssmac Joseph Howell promptly re
snoudcJ that any proposed legislation
along the lines would sccuro his sup
port. Tu his lottcr to tho club ho says:
I am thoroughly converted both to
the constitutional rlKht and tho Dro
prletv or the federal Kovernment cx
tcndlng nld and construction of a
j"Mem of national hU'hwaye. I have
r -tad ii bill pondlne before tho com
mittor on aprlrullurn for Kcvoral years
providing for the construction by fed-
ruj and atiilo co-operation of sys
tem of iititlonal highways. At tin;
!:iat ssloii of congress the house
paKod an amendment to the post
ijffli'O loproprlatlon bill which would
NEW BRIDGE BUILT
HEM GRANGER, WVD.
The bridso ovor the 'Black Irork river
near Granser, Wye, has been completed
and In now ready for tourists, Is the In
formation brought to Salt Lako yester
day by Joseph W. Slado of Carter. Wyo.
Mr. Slado Is In tho automobilo business
at Carter and has been across tho bridge,"
which was completed a few days ago.
This will be good news to tourists who
uso tho Wyoming1 route from Salt Lake
going east and coming Into Salt Lako
a Ions' -the Overland trail. It will -shorten
tho route between Grander- and Salt
Lake by about thirty miles and besides
glvos a much bolter road. This route
wa8 planned about two years ago to help
straighten the transcontinental trail
through Wyoming, but was held up un
til tho complotlon of tho bridge nonr
The new route from Grander now goes
to Lyman, Bridger, Evans ton, and then
down Echo canyon to Coalville, and down
Parleya canyon to Salt Lako. Hereto
fore, the routo traveled north from
Granger to Opal. Kemmerer and Cum
berland, then down to Evanaton, Coal
ville and Salt Lake.
Tho automoblllsts of Wyoming and Salt
Lnko havo worked for some time to rush
work on this bridge, but for some vca
r,on It was Impossible to have It done.
Tho steel for the bridge construction was
on tho ground for several months and
It was alleged that politicians held up the
work In order to force tourists to take
tho northern route.
Tho Automobile Club of Utah will sign
post and log the now route as soon aa
the weather permits In the spring.
have been an opening wedge for tho
Inauguration of this policy.
It was rejected In the aenate and
a substitute providing for an expen
diture of $500,000 In road construction
on rural free delivery routes was
adopted In conference and Incorpor
ated Into law. Whllo this of Itself In
Insignificant. It demonstrates tho
fact that tho public sentiment be
hind the movement for federal nld for
road construction will ere long havo
to bo recosnlzed by congress. May
this tlmo speedily come,
Howell's letter was promptly sent to
A. A- A. headquarters In New York to
he added to the long list of acknowledge
ments sccuroil by the automobile club3
I No Need of Tire Trouble
On Electric Cars
So far as electric pleasure cars arc matic tire and cost a little more. But
concerned, the problem of tircz has they arc far less expensive in the end.
been,oived. Guaranteed 10,000 Miles
I Punctures blowout,, dangcrou is suarantceJ .
bidding and tt,c repair bdls can be for 10000mileslwo ycars, That.sal; .
forgotten- most double the usual tire guarantee.
You can go any place with your elcc- nnnCk T
tric and stay ae long as you plea&c with- ljUUUVO Increase in
out the slightest fear of tire trouble. Two Years
All due to Motz Cushion Tires, now The useof these tires has multiplied
adopted by every leading maker of just ten-fold" In two years. Thegreat
electric cars. majorityof clcctriccaxownersusethcm.
t- t-j and all leading tnak-
Ea8y-Rlding I I crs of electric in-
Tires MOTZ elude them as atand-
Unlike common, """i ,1 , T ard equipment.
WiM,i,i,J Cushion 1 ires
hard, solid rubber c J r t? I
urcs, Motz cushion -fiMJ-Jlw nsi bend tor Book
Tires are easy-riding. 1 fynSSlly uli Mote Cushion Tires
On electric cars, they ftofmM W M Ca" bC CMily appU?fi
Vve the utmost com- mUrll 7J to any standard
fort to the occupants YQf Q clincher univcrsjil '
and also protect the fSjfJ& 1 J K ick-detachable or
delicate mechanical B YJSS "5 demountable run.
parts of the car from X! You'll regret it later
bumps and jars. The "'!LD if you buy an electric,
double, notched orbuytircsforanelec
treads (A in picture) prevent skidding trie, without first knowing these tires,
and distribute the weight to the sides. Send a postal today for our latest
The sides arc undercut (seeB), which book. Then sec if you know any other
allows free action of slantwise bridges tire that's nearly so dependable, so
(see C). These bridges are elastic, durable, so economical and so casy
They give and yield like the air in a riding. Remember, tho right choice
pneumatic tire. Note D in the pic- of tires more than doubles the pleas
ture, showing shock-absorbing qual- ure of motoring. Send specifications
itics when tire runs over a stone. name of car, model, size of rims, etc.
I Cost More Than The Motz Tire and Rubber Company
n Factorie and Executhre Offices
borne 1 ires - asron, ohio
Mou Cushion Tires contain more Sendee Stations in All
costly rubber than the ordinary pneu- PrinciP Cities
Salt Lake City Distributor,
Chas. Schaufelberger, 69 East Fourth So.
Phone Wasatch 4452.
II mmBfh 1913 MODELS"
I Ash'ffifll U 1 Zerf -NOW ON DISPLAY AT OTJE
I Cf A U JS SALESROOM
I MMlSa Randall-Dodd
I (lilliiiiiiiiii Auto Coe
I N--" 53 WEST FOURTH SOUTH 8T.
I "Vben Bttcr Cars are built, i k .Uil T
" Fine corntr. :nd East azd :nd South. 51x305 feet Studebajier's aro
H moving out of their zarac at above premises on account of their new
H bulldlcc on Stale otreet. This earage and showroom are- tho finest in
H Well equipped basement for rtorase and ropalr purposes, with a ,nlen-
H did electric elevator. Moderate rent and Ion? lease.
Inquire : Studebaker Bros. Co. of Utah
157 SOUTH STATE STREET
New Motor Car Numbers
New cars registered at tho secretary of state's oflico during the past
No. - Name. Address. Car.
2587 O. M. Cornish Robinson Ford
258S Intcmrbau Con. Co Salt Lako Ford
2589 W. B. Richards Salt Lako Ford
UP AND DOWN SALT LAKE'S
: BUSY AUTOMOBILE ROW
The Utah Motor company is now lo
cated in its new. quarters at 15'SoutK
SLato street, where it is prepared to
take caro o Packard owners. Manager
Gilmer declares it will bo possible to
'Avo much bettor sorvico in tho future
on account, of better garage and re
pair shop facilities. It is rumored ulong
automobilo row that the Utah Motor
company is planning the erection of a
new 'building within a short time,
which will pivo it a garao on ono or
the most prominout rosidenco strceta xu
tho city. Tho Packard company has
adopted' this policy in many eastern
citiea, where it has proven a great suc
cess. Manager Sid Theobold of tho United
States Tiro company announces his
companj' has just opened a branch
honso'in Butte. Tho Butte branch was
made necessary ou account of tho in
creased business iu Montana, which
has boon handled from Salt Lake in
tho past. The Butte branch, however,
will no managed through tho Salt Lako
house, making this station of the
United States Tiro company more im
portant than over.
E. R. Black has joined the selling
force of the Cheesmau Auto company,,
beginning the first of tho year. Black
will have charge of the truck depart
ment and spend bis time pushing Fed
erals and Alcos.
Box Elder couuty boasts of tho only
strotch of concrete highway in the
state of Utah, according to K. V.
Schneider of the Schneider-Wilson
auto firm of Garland. Schneider was
in tho city during tho past week ami
gave out tho information that a strotch
of two miles of concroto road between
Garland and Trcmonton had becii com
pleted and was ready for travel, lie
says it makes an ideal automobilo road
and only wishes the road builders oj
tho state would construct more of this
kiud of road.
Lou Vidy, manager of the Bertram
M.olor Supply company of Ogdcn, likes
to come to Salt Lako once in a while,
providing ho can trot homo beforo dark.
Vidy says Salt Lako is all right in the
daytime, but advises all people who
live in Ogdon to return before tho sun
sets. At least this is tho liue of ar
gument used by him while here ou a
business trip the past week. Manager
.George Colt; of tho Salt Lako branch
intimates that Vidy is afraid of get
ting lost in Ogdon' unless he reaches
homo beforo darkness sets in.
William Hendy of North Platte,
manager of the Ford braueh iu that
nlace. stopped over in Salt Lako dur
ing the past week and made a short
visit with the Alkiro-Smith company.
Hendy is on his iveddins trip to the
coast. He reports excellent business in
the Nebraska town in tho automobile
line, aud predicts a big year in 191b'.
Sales Manager Percy Owcu of tho
Chalmers companv was in Salt Lake
the week past with the Cheesmau com
pany. Owcu is returning1 to tho Chal
mers factory after a business trip to
the coast. Liko all others in tho auto
mobilo game, ho .is optimistic over the
future, especially of conditions in tho
woM, which ho declares wcro novcr
E. M. Grady, assistant manager of
the Donver .storo of tho Tom Botterill
Automobilo company for tho pas-t seven
vears. arrived in this city yesterday.
Mr. Gradv has entered tho employ of
tho Botterill Salt Lake storo and will
have ehnrco of the sales. Mr. Grady is
one of the pioneor automobilo sales
men in the west. Before enraging
with the Botterill coroDany in 1900 Mr,
Grady was-employed by s'cvcral of the
high-grado motor car manufacturers in
the cast, and today has tho reputation
of beinj: one of tho best posted motor
car men in tho countrv. Frank
Botterill considors the securinc of Mr.
Gradv "s services one of the best deals
I Alt matter tppeirlnc under this t)nJ l I
publltfcrd xi ncwi. but unlr the recent Uw
- pAMed bj coagreu Is cluei&ed xe advertis
ing became tbe dealer mentioned cirry an ad
In aaotber ptrt of this paper In no soa
arc the: a notlcei paid advertUercests.
ho has ovor made. Without question
Mr. Grady wilL be a groat benefit to
tho local storo of the Botterill com
pany. Jlis eight years' experience with
tho Pierce-Arrow cars aud also the
fact that tho Denver store has been
handling the Hudson lino for tho past
threo years will he a groat assistance
to him in this territory.
1 Manager Loo Ellorheck of the Guar
too Tiro and Rubber company, who
has been sick for several- days, is
back in harness again Mr. Ellerbeck
managed ro grab a stray case of grip
that came along his way whilo out
hustling tiro business, but declares it
could not be avoided, as ho never over
looks anything that happens to come
W. C. Hendrio and Norman Vallin
tin of the Heudrio Tiro & Rubber com
panv of Denver has boon in Salt Lake
the past few days on business.
Somo time ago Assistant Manager
W. S. Edmonds of tho Campbell Auto
company invented a false bottom for
the Overland car which could bo used
in the winter time for heating pur
noses. During tho past three weeks he
has had plenty of time to demonstrate
it, while driving around tho atrcets.
Ho declares it has proved a success in
every manner and that it can be easily
fitted to Overland cars.
Says O. A. Quigley, manager of tho
Studebaker company: "Tho demand
for cars is almost beyond comprehen
sion. Onr firm is up against it and
our greatest trouble is getting those
who have cars ordered to wait until
they arrive. Our out-of-town agents
are positively crying for cars which
they have been unablo to give them.
Our factory shipped us a carload the
day after Christmas, which will be but
a drop in the bucket, compared with
tho demand. 1 don't want to bo con
sidered a 'knockor,' but I hopo this
weather holds out until we get in a
few shipments to fill orders.'"'
The Botterill company had an open
house all day New Year's. A largo
punch bowl aud refreshments wore
very much in evidence. Invitations
were extended to all tho aulomobile
dealers iu tho city. This is tho usual
custom of the Botterill company for
New Year's day, and to say that it'
has proved popular is putting it
The Studebaker' company closed a
deal the past week with Joscnh W.
Slade of Carter, Wyo., t0 handle the
Studobakor lino in Evanston. -Mr.
Slado will open a garaco and go after
all branches of the business. j
"Walker Oheesman,- manager of the
Cheesman branch in Ocrdon, spent
Christmas and the holidays in Salt
R. M. Duran. well known in local
automobile circles, has iust clpsed" for
ho Gramm truck for this territory.
Ho expects a demonstrator withv
in a few days, Mr. Duran has
returned from a Inn cast. whcr
ho made a thorough studv of the truck
bu.siness and selected a machine which
he beliovos would provo. a big success
in "th is section of the country.
A. C. Lee, a former well-known Salf
Laker, now representing tho Abbnlt
Dotroit. arrived in tho city yesterdav
from Ifolona. Mr. Leo drove overland
in a 191 o Abbott-Detroit demonstrator,
:mh1 declares the Ira vol! no- wa. fine.
Ho encountered "snow drifts all" the
war from Helena tn Salt Lake, and al
thouph it was ncr-e&snrv fo uso a shovel
nccaciiinallv. hp declares he enjoved
the trin. Mr. Lee will remain in Salt
Lake for several davs io plcc an
agency for his car- Mr. Leo was formerly-
connected wir. tho Stdcbakcr
Bros, and Monarch Motor Car company
of this city.
TUSTRTOIIT COAL, all kinds. carP
'"Ur rr rcprjed AlHanen r0al Co., 11
Main street. PIjoup Was. 4-143
AMONG THE DEALERS
MOTZ TIDE FEATURE
IT KWYHK SHOW
Tho Ure .that traveled around the world
without a puncture will be on of the
features shown at the Motz Tire and
Rubber company's exhibit at tho New
York Automobile show. It Is claimed
that this Is the only tire mado adaptable
to electric cars and light motor trucks
which Is proof against puncture, blow
outs and sklddlnc tendencies. The Ure
will also be on exhibit at the automo-
- bile shows at Boston and Chicago,
Another feature which will bo formally
) Introduced at the various automobile
shows this year lc the lO.OM-ralle guar
antee which now protects every user of
Mots double, notched tread cushion
tire. This Innovation virtually guaran
tees the ownor of electric cars or light
motor trucks equipped with Mots tires
freedom from tlr expense for a period of
two years, on the average.
The Motz Ure exhibit at the automo
bilo shows this year will be considerably
j larser than that of former year, tho tiros
having won 1000 per cent increase In
solas during the past two yoart. Some
novel device for nhowin? the spoclal fea
tures of the tire. Its construction and
composition, will be usd at the New
York how, A corps of expert from the
Motz riant at Akron will be on hand Vj
demonstrate to patronr every ftep in the
making of th Ur and to te'l of tvf
-i c"T. rrJ !n its ui-
"The paradox, 'Make haste slow
ly,' is novcr more strikingly demon
strated than in the plant of tho Willys
Overland company, makers of the Over
land automobilo," says Manager J. It.
Hall, of the Campbell Auto company.
"With tho ueccssity for rapidity of
operations which an annual output of
10,000 cars entails, tho trcatmont of
its motor by tho Toledo concern is an
oye-opener to the uninitiated.
"When, after days of various opera
tions of maehininjr on parts and their
assembly, the Overland motor stands,
seemingly corapleto tho painstaking
policy of the organization decrees that
it is only just beginning its life. There
is still to come the testing, which in
this plant requires almost as much
timo as the buildiup.
"In the motor-testing department the
engine is transferred from the truck
on which it was delivered from the as
rcmblincr room to a stout steel and
wood 'horse' or frame, by means of
a powerful tTavoline crane. A belt is
run from a countershaft near the door
to the fivwheel, the crank cas and oil
base are filled with lubricating oil and
he first static of the trial betrins.
For fortv-cieht hours the motor is run
by the belt, for tho mirnose of wearintr
down the beannc, finding plaok m the
arict3 coupling or anv deficiency
01 MUD TRAIL
Detailed Route as Laid Out
and Logged by A. A. A. '
A. L. NVoatsard. pathtlndor for thr. A.
A. A., has Just made his official report
of tho Midland trull from Denver to Salt
Lake. This report gives the names of
the towns passed through and the
mileage, together with a general condi
tion of tho roads. The total distance
from Denver to Suit Lako over this trail
Is C1G.G, endlns at tho Automobile Club
of Utah at 231 Stato street.
The detailed route Is as follows:
00.0 DENVER: Broadway and Flf
t'Mjnth street (Boulevard F and
Forty-fourth street, within tho
city limit, need surfacing). Graded
14,8 GOLDEN': New road under con
struction up Lookout mountain
and extending to Idaho Springs.
New road across Floyd hill built
too narrow and too few turn-outs.
30.0 IDAHO SPRINGS:
Fair gravel road, gradually up
54.5 EAST FOOT OF BERTIIOUD
PASS: Some steep climbs, rocky
stretches and too narrow road.
55.0 SUMMIT BERTIIOUD PASS:
(Elevation 11,306.3 fecL) Conti
nental divide rough.
G2.1 SPRUCE LODGE: West foot of
GG.2 IDLFAVTLD: Approaching Frasor
Is two miles of vile corduroy road
71.2 FRASER: Mostly rough dirt
00.7 HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS: Just
out. of town is two miles of 8 per
cent grade. Soft surface, slippery
and a hard climb.
06.1 PARS HALL: Somo narrow and
very dangerous road along Grand
10S.7 KREMML1NG: Tory rough high
rocks In road on stretches. Some
hills as high as 22 per cont, badly
washed arroyo3. no culverts. Taken
as a whole, the worst stretches on
tjils routo within Colorado. Re
locations, widening and much
work necespary beforo this stretch
I may bo recommended for auto
134.4 YARMONT: (Station only.) New
state bridge across Grand rlvcr.
Narrow shelf road on side of gorge
dangerous for lack of turn-outs.
137. 5 STATE BRIDGE: Long, hard
grind up heavy grado with somo
143.1 SUMMIT OF DIVIDE: Between
Grand and Eagle rivers, down
along- Alkali creok, crossings have
wooden culvortP. fair dirt roads.
151.G WOLCOTT: Down Eagle river
valley on fair, but narrow clay and
101.9 EAGLE; Graded dirt road down ;
Eagle river- valley. i
1 69. G GYPSUM: Fair, but frequently!
very narrow road, without suf-
ficlent turn-outs In canyon of
Eagle and Grand rivers, magnifi
cent scenery. ;
105.-I GLEXWOOD SPRINGS: Fair, but
narrow road In canyon of Grand
20S. i NEWCASTLE: Fair. mostly
ETAdcd dirt road in Grand River
224.2 Rifle: Mostly rough adobe roads
bolow foot of Roan mountains
(Book cliffs) and Grand river.
240.7 GRAND VALLEY: Mostly rough
adobe roads bolow foot of Roan
mountains (Book cliffs) and
245.5 UNA STATION: Choice of routes
on either side of Grand river both
rough, but fa.vor north side on
account of less grades. Mileage Is
via south sldo (possibly one and
one-half mlla the longest).
255.5 DE BEQUE: Routo south from
Grand river and via. one exceed
ingly rough ' road verv badly
washed. Across a divide Into
Plateau canyon. Joining Plateau
creek about two miles cast of
Mesa. Now down the canvon
with precipitous cliffs, incessant
ly widening- over a convict-built
road, with very rutty surface, to
the junr.Llon of Plafeau creek and
Grand river, Splendid scenery. -2S1.4
CAMEO: -(Coal camp across river
caused by poor material or workman
ship that ma' exist. "
"Expert testers, with ears attuned
immediately to discern the slightest
uoisc that betokens 'a flaw and to lo
cate the trouble, watch over the spin
ning much a? does a mother over a
slooping child. When these experts
give their official O. K. the motor is
rcadv for the next stage.
"Transferred to .mother 'horse,' in
another room, gasoline is applied and
for another forty-eight hours the motor
is run, this time under its own power.
In this operation evory detail is given
a thorough test, the. carbureter and,
other attachments are given tho most
strenuous trvrttits possible and every
minor fault is corrected,
When declared perfect here, the
motor is placed' in the chassis in which
it soes to 'tbo purchaser., for the exact
ing road trial to which all Overlauds i
aro iubiected. If it passes tho inspec
tion of the' road-f cstinrr Tlenartmenl.
Ihero is but one mor trial, thai of the
final test, when bodv and cmiinmont.
and everv flofail of the eomnlfted enr
pto astembled. Then, and not until
hen. when it has massed thrown vcrv
stage of fhe testing n,-oces$ with a
mark of 100 "er cent, is the motor
rcadv for its ultimate owner."
' OF BUICKS ARRIVES
Th Randall-Dodd Auto company has
received five carloads of Buicks within
the past week. Three of these are for
the Salt Lake trade, one goes to Gfjdcn
and the other to Boise. Manager Tours
son says this shipment "laved their
lives" and gave them a chance to catch
up with some of their back ordcrr.
"We are having a bigger rush for earn
this winter than at any time since w&
t-pened in Salt Lake for buMnete,' ald
Mr. Tourason. "and havo had great trou
ble up to the present- time to get car
In. This shipment helped us fill somo
of the back orders and elves uc a chanco
Tha Bulck factory has sent out notice
to Itx agents that tho second shipment
of ISO cars Inside of two weks had been
Kent to the Pence Automobile company
of Minneapolis This firm deals In Bulckn
inclusively and is the laxgent automobile
firm In tho northweiL Two shipments
of ISO cars each, were needtd to fill or
ders taken tho past fall.
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Ly WINTER RESORTS S
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Its equable vlnter cllmato
Hotel Virginia offers luxurious accom
modations for 400 guests, Is conducted
on the American plan and famous tho
world over for Its excellence In cul
slno and thoroughness of service.
Hotel Virginia Is close to ihe famous
Virginia Country Club, maintaining
tho sportiest li'-holc golf links In west
Bevel Macadamized Boulevards, tho
delight of the aulolst and thoso in
quest of perfect driven for horseback
riding and driving. Winter bathing,
tennis and every outdoor diversion.
For booklet, rales, etc., write Carl S.
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF HOTEL
419 West Broadway, Long Beach, Cal.
Two -and three-room apartmento,
elegantly furnished, privato batho,
steam heat and evory modern "con
venience. WIdo verandas, nun par
lors, flowers. Every apartment a
"Little Home." Equablo winter cli
mate. Modorate rates. Write for
rates and reservations.
on right.) Fair .road, crossing
iron brldgo across Grand river to'
north sldc two miles east of.
!iS5 ,7 PALISADES: Graded dirt roatL
through irrigated - fruit- country,
mostly peach orchards, leaving the
Book cliffs and running on Moor or
300. -(GRAND JUNCTION":
320.1 LOMA: Graded dirt road through
irrigated fruit country mostly
peach orchards. Leaving tho Book
cliffH and running on floor or levej
323.-1 MACK: Very rough, badly washed
adobe trails, frequent steep and
deep arroyos. no culvert or bridges
across arrovos or creeks. Tho
routo from Mack. Colo., to Green
Rlvcr, Utah ninety-six miles la
unfit for auto trafllc in Its preBont
condition, but close to tho route
Is an old, abandoned railroad
grade, which may be used to great
advantage In tho construction of
a highway. This grado extends
from Mack to White Houso sta
tion, a distance of 47.3 miles. All
bridges and culvorts on this old
grade are out.
333.4 COLORADO-UTAH STATE L1NB:
362.0 CISCO. UTAH: Routo follows the
D..& R. G. railway, with tho Book
Cliffs over to the right. Deep ar
royos and bad washes all tho way.
Mere trail. All adobe country.
3SC. 6 THOMPSON: Badly washed road
across adobo llata, with frequent
319.3 GRE12N RIVER: Trail follows
railroad across adobe flats, with
Book cliffs on right: washes.
345.0 WOODSIDE: Ford Price river, fre
quently unfavorable. Adobe flats
and precipitous shalo cliffs. Mostly
rough trail; somo steep, short
cllrnbs. A few miles of fair going
across a red -soil mesa; then moro
adobe (lata, passing. on very rough
"trail through Cat canyon.
4SS. WELLINGTON: Mostly graded
road through Irrigated country;
concrete culverts and bridges.
Road has eeveral rough stretches.
130.4 PRICE: Some graded dirt road
with concrete culverts via Helper
Ideally situated In the "CrowS.1
the San Gabriel Valley." rtB
acres of tropical flowers anStfi
Magnificent rpof garden. hkbSwa
large grounds with lawnVjlr
COURT and GOLF COURSE1
of excellent roads. Hotel Cnm?
close to the famous Annand&lSwl'
tndena Country Clubs. Amerwflft
For rates and folder write TOm-'
Plumcr, General Manager.
WRITE FOR 1LLU8TRA1 "
COLORED BOOKLET it
An enchanting snot in souths
forrila. on main lino Santa IV'i
between Loa Angeles and Saij
Home of tho FAMOUS STRA
INN overlooking tho sea. Idjj
tlon for your southern Callforii
ter Homo. Warm, equable i
Booklet contains IS Musi
Write for it today. SOUTH;
LAND CO. Kerckhoft BIdg.,';i
(307.5), and through Prill
canyon to ia;
501. S CA.STLEGATB- (N. B J
lowed a round-about, vI!
trail to CoKon. no mllesll
Is no wagon road V7
through Prlco River ca
within two mllea beyond '
but there are no serlow
ncerig difficulties Jn thii
building one. Walked
canyon, distances taken
fe R. G. railroad mile po
mlloa beyond Kyune at
countered wagon road t
our autos on Jong detour
510 . 2 KYUNE STATION: Roi
G15.7 COLTON- Fair ndobo n(
ly on old railroad gradai
ually up gTade. S
1)23.3 SOLDIER SUMMIT: RoU
road, graduallv down era
530.2 TUCKER- Rough to t
road through Spunleh F
yon. Plenty of llmcstotaj
able for Improvements. ?M
54S.S TMISTLli: Through Spain
canyon on rough road
Stalea reclamation BUM
552.3 CASTLE: (Hot Sprfasil
Fair graded road, foV
through canyon: balance
lovel p'aln. "
SPANISH FORK: Grad
mostly stono surface. -
riC7.t springville; Mostly-
' road, with bad approach
572.0 PROVO: Mostly- level. I
-Some rough dirt before
Pleasant Grovo (4S3.3).f
culvortH. " j
5S6. 3 AMERICAN F0R.K: 3
5S0.7 I.EI-II: Various material
cinders, macadam and
passing through suburb i
(505,0) and Murray (503.9;
C1C.3 SALT LAKE CITY: Aut
Utah. 251 Stato street, j
Dr. A. A. Kerr (surpcon) haal
his office to 025 Boston bnlldhj
"Aok a Customer."
I The Little Six Pranii
I Reasons for Its Existence j
No. 4 The demand for 'a high grado sir-cylinder cal
sell Tor no more than the high grade four-cylinder cari
for in the 3912 season ' J
$2900 F. Or B. Salt Lake J
I j Campbell Auto G
I 47-49 W. Fourth South (Auto Row) f
J See next Sunday for reason number five.
143-5 So. State S
Good Location for Retail Business!
Inquire at above number 1