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B 1'AOE KtOIIT. T1IK KABTKKN UTAH ADVOCATE, THUIMDAV. KKH. 27, 1P1. r B
I IIDLAND TRAIL BILL
I UP TO Tl E dOVERNOR
H pahhks noitHi: nv vi:itv i,aikji:
H Nw AwnJlM KlKtinliifn of Chief lit
fl xcnlitn to Ihf-oiiic tmimillntrly
H KffrrLlu t.'nnlr Appniprinllioi
H of Fifty Tlmuwinil Dollar Hulk
ft Co Ito HjxnL On HoMini Unit.
ft Tho lowor house last Friday pam
K cd tho Midland' trail Appropriation
HB bill after n lonn dlsoiiMloii, Tlio
V voto was thlrtylx to throe. Tho
HB bill carrlca an appropriation of fifty
ihoujiand lollars, thlrt'-flvo thoint-l
HB ,And of which la to bo expended on
BB tho caAtorn vnd of tho routo and
BB flftooa thouKind l to be iiimxI In
BB llox Bldor county hclwaon Jlnowvlllo
BB: and tho Nevada boundary.
BB Hmlth of Kane, chairman of tho
BB committer on highway and bridge,
BB rondo an oarnost ptea for the bill.
BB Ho wan for nil kind of Rood road,
BB and deelflred that the road question
BB won tho most Important boforo the
BBV country today. Ho wm for nttraot
BBt lnc tho automobllo lourht to thU
BH' utalo "and fleeco hint m much an
BB wo can, Just an Colorado I doing."
BB Ilonnlon of Uintah, chalrinnu of
BBr tho appropriation oommlttee of the
BB) house, opiMwcd the bill, on the
BB ground that the state could not nf-
ford tho appropriation and for the
BBT further rnajion that no mmhII n mini
BBl a fifty (JioiiMtnd dollar would be
nqulvalont to waiting money, for
Bf nothing of material or permanent
BB? account could be done with It, lie
Van Wagoner nf Wiwwitcli also op
Psod the bill. Ho was guilty of a
"Up of thn tonguo when ho wild
Bf thl "Utah" already ha more poo-
BBr lo than It can tako care of," and
BBs didn't need any more. Tho slip
BBf brought upon him no end of rebuke,
Bf for everybody who apoku afterward
BBf I wok occasion to refuto thu ntnte-
BY wont that Utah already had too
BBf utAny people Houthwlok of Utah
BB &M hi county alono had umlovol.
BBf oped area and roource to tako
BBf oaro of a population a large a tho
BBf tmtlro population of tho state.
BBf Honrlo of Oarflold, who ha been
Bf glvoA the namo of "wnlchdog of
BBf tho treasury," supported tho bill,
Bf became, ho Mid, ho thought tho
Bf bill ouly tho beginning of a system
Bf t road that wiu undoubtedly tho
Bv cryliyr need of Utah. Ho wa con-
BBf fWent Uiat his own county would
Bfj xxra be chosen for rond building nc-
Bf Uvlty la conjunction with a groat
BBV uorth and nouth yitem.
B, Wolllng or llox K'Mer pledged
BBfk 'k county to duplicate tho money
BB appropriated by tho Into. Ho de-
Bft dared that Utah had raised a bar
Bk rier on It eastern boundary and
BV tood there with a aword threaten
Bfj -VC Uioho who nought to enter, with
BB e xomuIi that they wont either to
BB o nouth or to tho north of the
H W. J. Klwood of Carbon county
Bfj favprod tho meaaure, saying that
BB Uo poopto or Carbon and Grand
BB countlea atood ready to do their full
Bfj afcaro toward completing tho road
Bfj ukI calling attention to tho Immo-
BB dlato nood for Action In order to
BB procure fund from tho National
BB AsHoclatlon or Automobllo Manufao-
BB turorn, which promlied to spend nt
BB lA&at ten. million dollar on tho
BB transcontinental road.
BBB Mabey of DavU wild tho Inst con-
BB kiw showed that Utah wai ono or
BIBJ tho vory Xow atnte that showed llt-
BIBJ Mo fMtUfactory progro. It wna
BBV time to wako up, ho said. Itoynolda
J Pt Utah, Hammond or Grand, Jonra
BBt of Juab, Durham of Hearer, Cardon
BjBB of Cacho and other epoke In favor
BBBt Thn bill pawned the iioimto Homo
BBj two wpok ngo.
BBB Itll.li NOW AWAITH THU
BBB (iOVKIt.NOH'H HKl.VATt'lti:
H Tho bill approprlatliiK fifty thoutv-
BBf and dollar for tho Iniprovemont of '
BBBJ th raid through thu atato from tho '
BBBJ Colorado to tho Nevada line, along '
BBBf tho proposed routo of tho Midland
BBf trail, wan lKn(xl by tho proaldont or
BBt tho nonrtto and tho ipoaker or the '
BBBf homo Tueeday, and now gotvi to tjio
BBJ govornor. Tho bill carries an omor-
BBBJ guncy cUuw and tho money will bo
BBJ avallablo rut noon iu tho govornor
BBJ afflxm hU Bljniaturu to the bill.
BK tiu: iiit counu mkdiuim:.
H "I haro uftod Chamborlaln' Cough i
BBBB Remody ovor alnco I havo boon
BBBf kooplnc houae," eaya I,. C. Hames '
BBBff. of Marbury, Ala. "I coiuldor it ono !
BBBf of Uio boat romodlea I over usod.
BBfB My children havo all taken it and '
BfBB It works llko a charm. For colds '
BBBK and whooping cough It Is oxcollont."
BIBB For aalo by nil doalont. Advt.
BB Anyone holding receipts for sub-
BIBB kcrlptloim for tho Provo Ilorald will
BB obllgo tlio manager by Banding ro-
BfBB colpts to tills offlco and wo will
BjBfB uond you tho paper for tho required
BBBJ umo. tiii: imiovo iibualu,
BBBK I'rovo, Utah.
BBBB Hiuldliw, ImrneHS, fevdrackM, tttc,
BBB UarueMi repnircil uud idled. Alsq
BBBB tioo rvpulrliiK. Keu X, J, Itubenv
BBB burg. -Adt.
BBBB Boo Sumnor beforo buyla house-
BjBjBft hold goods. Ho can niako tho prlco
BBBB rbj t. Advt.
MAP OF THE PROPOSED Mini TM1
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GutheilBroeker Auto Co.
; The Midland Trail Boosters ;
!; They Handle the Famous '
Ford & Paige Car
!; ALSO J;
Chalmers and Locomobile j!
The FORD has proven itself by i;
continual work all the year around j
j during sun, rain or snow The only
! car that has this record here. ;
Gasoline and Supplies !
The Golden Ruli
i Remember our prices are today what they were yesterday a
j; will be tomorrow what they are today. We never mark ;
j! article and put a line through the selling price and use anotfn
i; 50 or 60 less to mislead, to make people believe they
; getting goods at half price. Our prices are plain. We invi
I; careful inspection of material, then compare prices with om
j: We have the values and we have the best prices to be fouivj
i Hose 36 inch Voile 25c. F?a.ctory
Ladies' Black, Jc, Ac, Uc mid 7J,c imt j
",c " "" " ' 36 inch Serge 25c. itvd.
Men's 27 inch Linen 15c. Calicoes
, . -- - 2Jr, iljjo nnil Be jer d.
c. l()c umt J'JJ,c mt pair. ,
j 10 oz. Khaki 18c.
i Overalls m Dress Oingliams
ll)o, Olio nml 7l)r. 11 e, He, H lt nml lite ier j
ji work shirts. Cloth Apron Ginghams
i; 'Mc, 'Me, I.V mid llc r o
i Plain White and nwX -A"iwBi
!; Fancies, . . -
jl ciiw8 ISc Pillow Cases
', no mid H t:i per imlr. I()c itirli.
WHY THE STREETS SHOULD
ALWAYS BE KEPT CLEAN
Trait th. Town at W. Would Our
The demand for Rood a(rt cleaning
method la uiunllr jiredlcatcd upon the
uppoied tnenaco to health which ex
lata where auch method aro lacking.
Whllo In the dirt there nroto to found
tho crrm of about every known IU
eaie, nature lion mad ample prorl
ton for the resistance- of tho attack
1 which thrae uermi make upon the del
Icato membrane upon which they are
caught when aprvad bjr tho wind, and
becauao jveople nre not alckljr when lax
condition of clennlne exist they are
too llablo to lo aatbOetl with poor
methotU. It U better to havo clean
atrceta because wo want to be clean,
Juit a It U well to bare a clean body
on account of tho .refreahluir fcellna;
and elcTBtluc mental condition. 8ur
roundlnea tiaro ao much to do with
Iho formation of character and hablta
that the children at leant aro entitled
to the kihhI brlnidtiB up that cleanly
eomllttoun compel, nnd tho lew fortu
natu rlllrcn who unca the atrect for
rrcrcntlon entitled to tho best toiui
bio scrrlrp. Tho atrevtH, after all, are
but the hallwaya of tho great munlcl
pal limine, and municipal houicholdrni
hould flml iJeuuro In Lecplne them
a doe tlio competent housewife.
NOTIOi: roit I'UIII.IOATIO.V.
(Publlshor.) Departmont of tho In
torlor, U. H. Land Offlco at Halt
Lake City, Utah, February 30, 1013.
Notice la horoby glvon that Christian!
A. Totboo of I'rovo, Utah, who, on
March 23, 1009. mado Diwort 1-nnd
Untry No. 03073, for Lota 1 and 2, '
and 854NKU.8CC. 3,Twp, 10 South, .
ItanRo 10 Kojit, Bait I.nko meridian, i
haa filed notlcu of Intontlon to
mako final dosort land proof, to t
tabllali claim to tho land abovo ilo
sorlbed, boforo tho olwk of tho dW
trlot court at Coatle Dalo, Utah, on
tho 24th. day of April, 1013. Claim,
ant naniw oa ultnoatiM Androw Tol
boo of Castle Dalo, Utah; Thomiw
Hudson of Coatlo Dalo, Utah; Noln
Ovorson of Cleveland, Utah, and
Toter Tolboo of Castlo Dale, Utah.
, 13. D. It. THOMPSON, noBUitor.
, Mnrt pub. Fob. J7; last Mch. S7-13.
. Manifolding saloa hooka of ovory
' doaorlptlon. Wor'o fuctory agonts.
I Advocato 1'ubllshlnB Co. Advt.
Orders for cut flowore tokoti at
Wolla-Fareo Hxprosa office. Advt.
Bmoko Clmollno cigar, J. w, Mo
Uann, maker. Advt.
SGOHELD DRAMATIC CLUB GIVES, f
'Why Mary Loft Home," a comedy In thrco. acts, haa been
fully prtxlucod In tho upper campn by tho Bcoflold Hchool Pj
club durlnn thn paal eok, for tho bonoflt of tho bulldlns dec
Tbu cast of charactora and tlmo and ptaco of tho action folio
John Hrwln, a auoccmful buslniwt mail . . It. 11
Mary l-wln, neo TrowbrldKo . Winifred 0
Frank Wornor, a lawyer friend of tho Krwlna lo li 0
Mr. Trowbridge, Mary's fnthor .- Arthur B. B
Ilarbara Draw, an artist rrlond of Mary . Edna M. t
Mr. Falrftold-Falrflold 8tovin, a Fifth Ave. Uenu.-Arthur a ft
Torona Murphy, a privileged cook.. Wllle
Mian Jonoa, tho drummakor - I,ucl) I
Juno JorRcnion, a Hwotllah Janltruaa . Mabel Jtt
Flint Drayman . . Konnoth J
Socond Drayman . . nj
Tlmo: Tho prevent.
ACT I. Morning roont In John J-Jrwln'a auburbaa horns
ACT II, IaIo nfturnoon of tho namo day. A vacant ntudl
ACT III. Two wwika later. Mary'a studio.
NKICDHO Till MO.NHV.
.hJSn7r.Kn rSakV ,nu,er i,d you MX hU you
Jackal did. f
Frod And what tllil lie wiy? ,
Jack Ho borrowojl it, '