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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

f 1 ? u$0 Jtt0rnm FTBb A SU FECHA- n Fbo Miarnlng Time es el On leo periódico diario que llega a todo I Rnroest el mismo dfa en que ee publi- cado siendo fie! a su fecha cada 41a del alio. La pagina fl contiene 1st animas noticia del día en eepafM. MKT AI. MARKET Cope iw ixf m it s I. per M Iba M.ao4. nr. ssr MO Ib JOOli i tTH YEAR uwEST mu we ra ciRcüuTim sotiwest EL PASO. TEXAS.SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1913. 38 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS NAVAL VESSELS ON NTERNATIQNA L FLEET GAILY IN WATERS OF MEXICO These With Other Developments All dearly Indicate That the Great Crisis in Mexican Affairs is Surely and Rapidly Approaching. By 8perlal Wire to The Time. Washington. D. C Not. 1. There wan discussion here todas- that the rutare potior of the United States toward Mexico aa President Wilson I prcparins; to expresa It In a formal pronouncement probably wtll be com- municated to the powers of Europe through a conference of forehrn diplomats at Vera Oras. Naval Demonstration. Tliat tlda announcemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

TWO EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1013. Queen Mary at Buckingham Palace K. OF C. 1NITIATI v v r A ! ir j r o 1- JLtf swuuuijj y (vie uj oiori Jl CI.AR8 OK PtFTY-RICRT ENTERS THK tit Dl it TODAY. CTBch Degree Team Fram Houston Will Take lmdlssj Part In the Work To Attend Mass. YOUNG Come in the store tomorrow and get a glimpse of the swellest line of college togs you ever laid your eyes on. THE REAL LEADERS AMONG THE WELL DRESSED YOUNG FELLOWS OF THIS CITY ALL WEAR Finest of clothing ready to wear because they are designed and tailored exclusively for young blood. Give us a call. "We got the goods." 206-10 San Antonio St. El Paao Tejía. FIGHT IS OVER (Continual from fa One.) SgntfldateiRrlr mil hh MitTiv i TI . mi Sixth dltsrlc op the lower Km hi met wfth one tuiilght ihut led him In aocuse hla n dittcal enemies f ml pt ing a new method of campaign wur- fare sn i.t-i 'tent Into Ihe fleco nd itn- sembly district to rtrnounc Allied t; flmlth spesker of the assemMly who iH se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

T r EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1013. THREE Like the Beginning of A New Season Almost THERE'S an added charm of newness to the "Popular" Stocks. Just worlds of new goods have come tumbling in during the past week. Our New York office has been buying freely and purchases have been coming in flood-like proportions. The crest of tlie flood reached here this last week so tomorrow you'll find hundreds of new things to engage your interest and attention. The very latest developments of fashion are repre- sented. Styles have taken a number of crooks and turns since the begin- ning of the season and these changes are clearly reflected at the "Popular.' Yes it's almost like the beginning of a new season there's so many new things to sec. W Evening Costumes A Display of Rare Beauty E assert positively and without fear of contradiction that this present dtaplay of Evening Costumea ur- paaaea any ever attempted In this vicinity. Stunning costumes faahloned from cut velvet beaded net...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER g. 1913 FOUR w TALKS! JUST BECAUSE WE NEED THE MONEY WE PUT OUR BARGAIN POT ON AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON MONEY SUITS OVERCOATS and CRAVENETTES 2000 to Select From at Jawed-Off Prices Hi i r C O R Suits Overcoats and ffl Q 50 UUl JZJcravenettes Cut to"0 MONEY TALKS and PRICES SHATTERED ill ir tOfl Suits Overcoats and C.5Q UUlZUcravenettes Cut to'3 WE NEED THE MONEY Our C1R Suits Overcoats and frll 50 UUl IÜ Cravenettes Cut to$l Do You NEED a SHIRT? WE HAVE THEM IN ANY STYLE FLANNEL SILK OR DRESS S3.00 gaisisW 2-25 $2 5o SH RTS $190 $2.00 W 1 1 1 1 I J 160 chopped to Niaht Robes and Pajamas AT REDUCED BRICES g Night Robes and V m " : : : : Pajamas Reduced to .;;;;;; ; T MONEY TALK COME DIRECT TO US FOR YOUR SWEATERS $7.00 M $5.25 6-oo Sweaters t50 $5.00 H ? x -75 $4.00 Cut tO $300 $3.00 .....$2.25 VISIT OUR PANTRY CUSTOM TAILORS CUT ALL OUR PANTS BUT WE CUT THE PRICES $7.00. $6.00. $5.00. $4.00. $3.00. PANTS CUT to $5.25 $4.50 $3.75 $3.00 $2....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. FIVE A Supreme Shoe Comfort Edwin Clapp's "Broadwalk" and "Waukennhast" last were designed for the man who when he buys a shoe looks for comfort combined with superb wearing quality and a conserv- ative laat. Tris "Broadwalk." as ihs nutrir Inillratss. is mails' on a wtd tos and we have It both 1n black or tan chocolate viol. A A FtIos M.M and I .UU The "Waukenphsst" Is a medium toe splendid fitting last shoe with low broad heel the business msn's shoe "par excellence." Price $6.50 GREATER l PASO'S 'GREATEST SHOE STORE j o 203 MESA Men of Añairs Know the benefits a depositor can de- rive from his association with a strong banking institution. Valuable informa- tion regarding financial matters is always available at this bank. You are at liberty to consult with our officers freely. Open an account here Today NION BankaTrust Cq UNITED STATES WKATIIKB III HUI DAILY Ul I.I.KT1N. orriallon. Taken St S p. ni. IMIi .llrrliltaa time Ksvaasbsr I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. SIX fl jPaíiomorningoriraf l'ul.lLhnl Kvt lia I tbe Trtr I EL PAKO 1 lir COMPAMT. raUrrA In th l'o.t ffl.. at El Pin Telas es tl mal matter PUBLICATION OI-KICKH: v THJC TIMER BUILDINil. 221-3M POtTTH OREOOrt M. Addrcea All ComauIctloB to IMF; MORNING TIMER l i. PAKO. TEXAS. FOREIGN AUVKRTIBINO ItBPRKSENTATI VES: Kr Tork. . CBecswtth HmtKI Agency. Tribu. Bulldln l'klrui. K C Ib kwUB Kiarrl.il MM TSMMJWP . Uní la 8. C. Berswltb rtpnl.l A ). J'rlsc Les Asgales. Raad-lllllrr AdrartlaUlg Agencl. I Un lililí . Tra.tllos inHIl I.U'L.r Ha.n.r.l. Ch T. !. Uft Villain. Tunis Lucero San Bausa. Mr.. Ioaa Klugel. Harbcrl K.libtlaj sursorisea .ny ... m lt..ihrf.ird. C F. 11 i uiiu mra . w- - ' . . TubUs Ir.Tr MririiMir. vlliegsg. M Miller. Ut1l liviton K. Y. Md.rsckes. Sl.UKCHIl'TION II AT KB : (Hjr Mull In AdTtooa.) Dilly tnd guodsjr. dm yer Dally and Sunday nix luuniu Dally and Hundar it.ru- uiustbi tilljr aitd Bund.ij uBe mootb flM Mimdaj lui.'i uu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

SEVEN FASHIONS FREAKISH SABt ANO SULPHUR new Styles for fall DARKENS GRAY HAIR ut-Jb-A J ri f FIX-MP l.IUI s Ml. I D ' TRIVE TO AIM'KAH SLIM. Luuit) ami ucnucmtiv EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. jaQBjBPBsaaj A "NIFTY" Hat is the Alogos a soft hat that wears turned down all round. Made with velvet bands with bows in back. A smooth finish felt in new shades of green brown grey blue. KNAPP-FELTS ...$4.00 Pleasing style in the new -stiff hats. Made with a bit more crown and slightly less brim than in past sea- sons. A style that conservative as well as young men dtessers will take to. KNAPP-FELTS ...$4.00 We sell KNAPP-FELTS & STETSONS $4 to $12. ' n.c.- lTTERs V HIRTMÁker IOStIU TEXAS ST. EL PASOTEXAS. MARI effect of Hiéndeme May be Pro dnced By Inior Dressing Take a Tip Read liejow. If you're fat or if you're fair if you r slim with dusky hair. If you're ahurt or vary tall If you're old or young at all. You should drean to ault your style. 8o you'd batter pauae a wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. Sección Castellana de Interes General para los Mexicanos EIGHT HUERTA CULPABLE ATAQl'RH 1K MKL PAIH" AI GO- IUKRNO DK Wll-HON Ijte Intriga de ta tana Blanca Kntrnn m an HrriíMlo de Verdadera iMirte. IK-r. Dg ta Prensa Amuelada. Me Ico Nov 1. "Kl Psl." que puede ht considerado como un pe- rtddlco Independiente en Me le en edltnrli.1 dt- hoy. admite la influen- cia del gobierno en la elecciones del domingo y dice: "Ka pdhlbo y notorio pie l atro- cidades coinellda dieron el triunfo a l.i boleta Huerta-Ría liquet lt no pfcrde ser negado ni dtid. ptu hay un gran clamor acerca de I" que puede Haber ocurrido al discutir l- valid! d laa H'-ccPinc "Hupóngase que la Roleta Huerla- Blano.u t no tiiiMera Ido Ih escogida pudieron lo voto de Ules r-sndkia-Ida con ta rae rti favor de (Jam boa Ca- lero o PMtx Mffijt? K natural qua no ftablera sucedido aat. porque o vo laa fueron urtiflclsle no m intentes. Y vhlo en asi. Ka materialmente liupo- alble q...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

1 1 7l!JVI?B!w3!l EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. NINE We Are 6 Hours Faster to AND Hours Faster to New Orleans Than Any Other Line WITHOUT EXCESS FARE Come in and Let Ut Show You The Schedule of THE SUNSET LIMITED DAILY AFTER NOV. I6TH. Dining Car Observation Car Compartment Car Regular Sleepers Oil Burning Locomotives CITY TICKET OFFICE 206 North Oregon. ROMAN SOCIETY CONCKRN HKIKEX IT AT TROS- i i I !'! 1 l BY R08FI- GLIOSI'8 in- v I'll WIFE'S CHANGE FOR REVENGE Imorlcan Woman Who Waft Khumirtl by Papal Aristocracy dltn Hint of War She WIU Win. AUTO CAFE SPENT ACT NIfiHT 110 South El Paso Street arlan nial Prop. FLORENCE CAFE THE RENT RCHTAll HA.NT AT WHICH TO CAT. Quirk Crrvere Loach ' tumlfi end Private Seethe. Papular Mata. M T.me. ftt TCC Fill Prea. I New Silver drill oTb" aTVKRYTHTNO U BEST Somth El Paao Street. Naxt to Oeaa Sa BEN and WAR Praprletora. 1'br b'reatt Uaterv served to all styles. Co to Phil Young Cafe AIho Encalladas Chill am) Beans Hot anil Cold...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. TEN n. Store Uat Stilt Wootttx' For the Special Evening Functions Up to mil Chanty Ball Gowns for 14911 MONDAY and Tuesday we place on sale the moat beautiful showing of Imported Evening Gown a ever seen in El Paao. The collection include every new conception and color approved by fashion leaders. We men- tion the beaded panel tunic effects of Chantilly laces over me saline and satin in charming evening shades black jet beaded robes over black crepe meteors Damache gold cloth effects with fine lace trimmed bodices white beaded and jewel tunics over white charmeuse and allover lace models in the new two-tier overdrape effects trimmed with rich satin. In fact complete and rare showing of the newest designs in regular $59.50 $69.50. $75.00. $79.50. $85.00. $89.50 f J A r A inrs.w and up to $98.50 values. Monday and Tuesday choice. $17.50 and $19.50 Silk Dresses $14.50 A NEW collection of charming mod els in silk street dresses made of messa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

f l faga Panting Cmu COMIC -SECTION EL PASO TEXAS. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 18Í3 NANCY ETTICOTE MEETS DOLLY DIMPLE "See what a pretty coat I've got." says Dolly; "bought today." "I'm Xancy Etticote." "You are V asks Dolly. "I suppose A voice says "Too provincial dear; extremely daygalaJtaij! . You know. But here's your petticoat nd where' your shiny noser "My nose I powder." Nancv savs; "tlus puff is all tlie rage. "My gown's by Worthless swell you know and very modish too. And petticoats why. thott have dropped quite out of fashion's page. For hats I patronize De Boub as all good dressers do. "Just let me show you how my dear and then you can arrange tiite well I think to meet the style at each fortnightly chanjre." "No" says Dolly; "my coat is nice and will be. some time beocc. Of course it nevrr will be style. It'a only common sense I" I

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

COMIC SECTION GASOLINE GUS MAKES SURE OF THE REWARD V- I LOT A OCÍÍ-AN $ OFrERtN' A sJL6 REVNARO: m vi e LL-N eu. - Vl I Ú. x e R LOOKERTWtr' -I'LL. 6T -COME TAKE A ROE ii B BY S&rfcííTrTa b5

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

1 (3lcxnf in on the force and 6WoS inem arrw riaa. P ? ag0 Porninfi Craw VI DACA TV Y M INT A Y GoshJ wbu) - ' rim y 1 1 1 1 NOW WWCH THE I CM6 BJ TO x r i 3& V 1 s 1 X Tt J r i MY THE SUDDEN DEPATMW6 CAr I ; ' -tjjt y 7 r . t C 12

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

Canary Fox Freakish Fur Mode of the Moment -Leopard Immensely Fashionable - Short Wraps of Mole and Seal for Afternoon Wear -Fur Trimmings' On Winter Costumes. SIGNIFICANT sign uf the lux-I ihe cutaway fronts of the coat the ml urious times Is the erase for j little aleves and the extraordinarily I I expensive wraps oí fur wraps "rge revers. The wrap Is for style not alone for evening we:ir only its characteristics of warmth be- but for afternoon wear over bridge j Ing negligible as attested by the very frocks and even for the promenade i open V of the neck the abbreviated The new fur wrau has nothing se- I sleeve lengthened by fringe and the Vere or stately about it with the ex ceptlon of a few magnificent gar menta of costly pelt that whllo con forming to simple and conventional lines bespeak their .supreme elegance by the quality of the fur. Such Is a full length coat of matched mink skins. Just made to order for a so ciety dame In New York. This coatí ino orapery so muni ' Persi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER g 1913. Ilr- 1 ! . " r í The Last Pennant of the '.'""lí1 ''..f7 ' 'fifi' ''' '''Rv f' ' ""' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' i'V. ' ' IS ANNOUNCED FOR THLS WEEK Set New As quickly as it was seen by the Times force it was Unanimously pronounced the prettiest of the entire set. Mexico otate College ifr. i With a dark or maroon shade and shaded mono- gram and letters it is far ahead of all others in de- sign and workmanship and the others have been extra good. They Are Pennants You Would Pay 75 Cents for In the Ordinary Stores The Times Purchased 15000 In a Lump and Secured the Big Discount. They Go to Times Readers at Prices Unheard of Before Clip the Coupon Below and Secure the New Mexico State College or any of These Announced x Get Your Pennant Sets Now THIS chance will not come again soon. These are handsome Morning Times pennants 15 inches by 36 inches larger than any yoi can buy from stocks in this territory. They are made of good felt Correct in Design a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. A New Meaning for "Cherchez la Femme" By h VI M I IMS I '. . Itl M ft la the far-famed habit of the Prenrhman when h heam of any friend In trouble or any misfortune tn a family to ery eynteally: Cher- ches La Femme."' In other worn ftoek the womin In the case. In America with Ita more lofty Ideal of woman and Its tendency to place womsnkin4 on a pedestal It seems to be the habit to reverse this rule. Instead when a man haa made a success or a fam- ily shows evidence of steady proa perlty the err here la to seek the woman to whom credit la due. Mr. Towns whose ex- perience In trying "dooe" evil haa bn.iiht him Into contact with every type of fallen man saya: "The minute a man bertha to ede off a little from the straight and normal thtmcs In Uta you want to watch out. He Is In dan- ger. That's where a good wife cornea in handy. I tell you show me a man that la living atralght and clean and doing his work hard and well with a - clear eye an...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES Í UNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. Mexican President and Chief Opponent; Ship That Caused Serious Complications Vcrn Crus. CuntJUInnii horo hh In 3xlco filly and lhr ccatom ntu thoroughly chuotlc. II In announced ih:ii OenTiil Kelts Dime will remain for thf prrm-nl In Vra Cruv. Oon- tirml VldaiirrHwiiru wern-tary of Min- ister of War lllanuufft hua come here preaumably lo confer with Olas by th mtnlBter'n arder. Different view are expreMed mm to the reanonii why Dim riimalnfi In Vera ('run. Homo pernonH My thai hn haa no choice and that If not actually under m-rent ha la subject to muvh strict urvelll- attr aa to ' virtually In custody. Other aay tlmt IUm rfuaeM to come to the capital because h Ih not sure of'renldent Huerta'i guarantees and ta profoundly ohattrliicd by the harsh treatment meted out by the govern- ment to bin friends and supporters. The excitement over the detention of the Ward ltnr Morro Castle him riled away. After protest ly the Ameri- can conaul HKln...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2 1913. Seda! News of the Southwest A 11-1 NIC TtfiXAg. I. A PARK V M. tomW Wra to Thm THm Alpina. Texas. Minn 8ns O resworn) ol MtrU vlaltas friends and rslattvas Mvprtl lars. Mm. John Holland Is pending ssv- ral dam In K) Psso William Ralnaa of Ban Antonio waa visitor to Alpine A. T. Rrblnson haa ratumsd from an stand ad vtalt to Ms old homo In A marietta (It. Mrs. Robinson stopped at Com morca Tsxas. to ha tha fnaot of har alstar. Mrs. 3. Ray 8panr for Mvml days. J. W. Buford waa a visitor from Val- entine. Mr. and Mrs QUllan Bechtol have moved to El Paso to rsslda. Capt. C. A. W Indus waa a buslnass visitor to Alpina. ' Mrs. J. G Bird Is visiting relatives in Rl Paao. Mr. and Mrs. K. e. Townssnd and rtatiithter. Miss Margara arara rn Al- pina an renta ta El Paao for a few days stay. B. J. Bpaddan has returned from El Paao. JT. w. Weaver espacia to leave In a Tew days on a business trip to North Texas and Oklahoma. Mrs. R. H. Lavender Is vl...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2 1913. Southwestern Social News and the Worst is Yet to Come ARTKKlA. X. M. . Arlenla. N. M. M. Chaw. mov- ing picture mail of not Has hrn her for about two wk taking pic- tures of Arteela and vt. -Inlti liuing In alfalfa festival laat k Mr. Chaaa took picture of all of the Im- portant events during the five days- celebration and haa today completed his alai work that of inking a ptrrurr of the homo of J. M. Conn which la ronetdercd the nicest farm and homa 'In the valley. Klovd Crandall and Mlaa le Up Howell were married Tuesday even- ing at th home or Itcv. Mr. Bancroft 'Walnr of the Preiiliyierlaii church. Mr. Bancroft officiated. There erero reent only a few Intimate frlenrta and relatives. Both the lirldo ami (room have lived In Arícala many years. And their many frlenda join In Whthlng them a long happy and prosperous life. fort TAirron. w. u. ?' Fort mantón. N. M lhn V Trnaa- dell. aaaiatant attorney general of the United Hlntea. and P...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 8 1913. Golden Opportunity At Hand Line Up Your Friends In Battle Array. Energy Ambition and Hustle the Only Requirements i The El Paso Times' Christmas Gift Campaign This Home Is Located In Morning Side :s Grand Capital Gift Value $4000.00 Height 1 MP . The Home Spot of El Paso ' Hi Let Santa Claus Bring One of These Gifts to You To Be Awarded Candidate Standing Highest at the Close in Either District. Built by Perry-Kirkpatrick Realty Co. MP' If . 1 Capital Priz 4JT rj or Out-of-Town ef x- 1914 Model Fully Equipped Hupmobile Touring Car Self Starter De- mountable Rims Electric Lights Westinghouse Ignition System Tire Car- rier Speedometer Etc. Value $ 1 250.00. Purchased from O. H. Baum Chalmers Sales Co. . . - Out-of-Town Prize List I ..HI I ' I' A Fair Field And No Favor Capital Prize for City 1914 Model B-25 Five Passenger Fully Equipped Buick Touring Car Self Starter Demountable Rims Electric Lights Speedometer. Delco Igni- tion System. ...

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