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Omaha Daily Bee
MUTT and JEFF
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VOL. XLIV XO. 101.
OMAHA, WKDXKSUAY MOKX1X0, (KTOHKH 14, . 1!M4 TWlII XV. I'.UJIX
On Ttslne sen at
lotel Itswe Standi, Re.
sixoii: COPY TWO CKXTS.
IN BRAVES' RUSH
TO WORLD'S FLAG
Stalling' Miracle Men Sweep Series
from Outgamed Athletic in
Tonr Straight Frays.
WIN LAST BY THREE TO ONE
Rudolph 'Hurls Team to Final Vic-1
tory Against Shawkey j
and Fennock. j
HIS BAT HELPS CINCH HONORS
Battle Decided in Fifth. When
Beaneaters Tie Score and Put
Contest on Ice.
CLIMAX OF WONDERFUL RECORD
Feat of Triumphant Doves New in
History of Diamond.
CONNIE'S MACHINE TO PIECES
Athletlee Take Defeat la Sports
manlike Spirit and Offer o
Kiraan ef Their Over
throw. ATTSHSAVCX AWO BJSOTZPTB.
Xaah olub'a abare
Xattonal conuiUaaloa'a abara. .
Total rear Oamaa).
Attanaanea --.1ll022 !
riaVara' ahara -SSS !! 1
Bach elno'B ahara. 2 SS S5 1
Katloaal oonualaaion'a ahara. . aa.673.oo i
BOSTON. Oct. 13. The Boston
National league club completed the
moat remarkable record In modern
professional base ball by defeating
tha Philadelphia Americana In the
fourth and final game of the world's
aeries at Fenway park today by a
core of 8 to 1.
Beginning with their .rush rom
laat place in the senior league In the
middle of July the Braves have
broken tradlUona and records in the
national eport with speed and aban
don during the last three months.
They emerged late this afternoon
champlona of the universe, leaving a
trail of startling surprises and up
teta In their wake which it will be
hard to duplicate in years to coma.
Laat Tnak the Cltnan.
Laat and far from the least of their me
eomplUhmenU waa tha overthrow in four
consecutive ramea of the world's famous
baaa ball machine of Connie Mack, with
lu 1100,000 Infield, home-run heroea and
corpa of skillful! blended veteran and
Tonia-ht the .now champions Bathered
under the management of Qeorg-a Stall
i .i.hratm their ascent to the
h.mntonahlo throne, while the wreck of
tha Athletics base ball Junsernaut Is
bound for tha homa of William Penn.
atunned and atupefled by the unlooked
for calamity, which, temporarily at least,
rked It to the amailest cob.
t tha vlctora belonff the apolla and the
credit, and unepected as waa the cruah
(Continued on Paaa Four, Column One.)
The Weather -
Koreeaae till 7 p. m. Wednesday:
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
Vnsettled; slightly warmer.
6 a. m
6 a. m
7 a. m
S a. m
10 a. m
11 a. ra
Vi a. in
1 p. m
2 p. m
t p. m
4 p. m
t p. m
( p. m
7 p. m
5 p. m ,
44 81 64
41 M 41
, 42 6 52 3
21 M . T
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the normal:
Normal temperature 56
Deficiency for the day 14
Total excess since March 1 CK
Normal precipitation o inch
dress for the day 13 inch
Total rainfall since March 1....24 11 inches
deficiency since March 1 1.6A inches
ftefirienoy for cor. period, 1A13. 6.W Inches
peflclency for cor. period, 13U. !. 00 Inches
Renorta (rosa Station at T P. M.
Station and Stat Temp. High- Rain
of Weather. 7 p. ra.
Cheyenne, clear 42
Denver, clear 46
Des Moines, rain 43
Dode City, cloudy...... a 46
lender, partly cloudy.... 48
North Platte, cloudy 40
Omaha, rain 42
I'ueblo, clear So
Rapid City, clear 40
Salt Lake, clear St
Hanta Fe, cloudy 46
Sheridan, clear u2
stoux city" cloudy 44
Valentine, clouay 91$
T indicates trace of precipitation
U 4- WEWH, Local forecaster.
WITH THE WAR IN EAST PRUSSIA Mark
by German advance corps and sharpshoc
CARGO IS COMING
Gifts for the "-Children of Europe
from the Children of America
INFORMATION IS GIVEN
Many- (location Answered by the
t'hriatraaa Ship Kdltor aa to
What to Send and When
to Send It.
"Packages are beginning to come In for
the Christmas Shin, one from as far
away as Basin. Wyo.. from Marlon ,
Ttlahnn vh unA. .nmothlnir that will !
make happy at least one heart that Is
sore tried by the war in Europe.
Also many requests for further informa
tion aa to the ChristmaB Ship and its
purposes. The CbrlHtm&s Ship editor has
been busy answering these 'letters and
now wants to state again very plainly
the purpose of the Christmas Ship.
It ts not designed to Rive to the chil
dren of any particular country, but is for
all the children of the war-strl; ken coun
tries of Europe from the children of
peace-blessed America, Banta Claim has
no flag, knowa no race nor country, has
no boundaries to his kingdom, but is fori
all the children of all the world. And '
tha children of Germany, Russia, Aus-,
trla. France, Belgium, England, Ireland, .
Scotland. Wales and .Servla will see or ,
hoar little of Santa Clans this coming i
Christmas unless the children of Amerr-1
lea help out the Christmas Ship by pro-;
vtding its cargo.
Ninety American newspapers are pro-
motlng the plan, giving their services !
The American navy win furnish the I
ship to carry the gifts from America to
Kurope. And you may be sure that the
governments of Europe will stop the war
leng enough to give safe and free passage
to that great vessel, carrying the iar
Spangled Banner and laden with the
Christmas joy for the children of Kurope.
What will go In those presages?
Everything, and with each and every
article will go a message of love, unex
pressed in words, maybe, but all the more
eloquent because It Is simply expressed
in the gift Itself.
What to Glre.
What will the gift be? What is wanted?
What shall we put in?
These questions are asked many times
over, and the only answer the Christmas
Bhlp editor can give Is, "Anything that
la useful or of service for boys and
girls." Here Is the Invoice of a package
that has been prepared, and may be of
asaistanca to some who are willing to
help, but do not know .exactly what to
For a One-year-old Boby Hood, shoes,
stockings, underwear, blanket, jacket.
For a Five-year-old Hoy Trousers,- un
derwear, stockings, cap. mittens.
For a Huc-year-oid tlirl Lress. stock
For a Thirteen-year-old Bov Shirt.
trousers, underwear, stockings, mittens.
a Fourteen-year-old Girl Mittens,
imderwear, cap, stockings, shoe.
Don't overlook the toys; sets of dishes
for the girls, top or the like for the boys,
dolls, and other playthings that will cheer
tha little folks on Christmas day.
Prepare for Sblpmrat.
Wrap the bundles securely; writ the
names of the donors plainly on the out
side. If a box is to be sent, pack it care
fully; make it sti bng enough to withstand i
an ocean voyage, and mark It very plainly j
on the outside with the names of the'
nnA-. 1 r nn-.jkl. . .. i, nn . v. n ..... I
, . . . .... .i. , i.
aide an Invoice nr lmt at the Artlclea It
fiend all donations to The Clu irtmaa j
Ship Editor of The Bee, with charges to j
Omaha prepaid. V
All donations should reach Omaha by !
not later than November 1, In order to
mailt sure of their reaching Eurai In '
on. Th time I. .hoi-t ot h,i
Everybody can help, and everybody
GERMANS DROP TWO
BOMBS INTO OSTEND
LONDON, Oet. U.-7:60 a. m.V-A dia.
patch to the Times from Ostend says that ,
a German aviator dropped two bombs on '
Ostend Monday. Neither of the m I sal lea !
exploded. The correspondent adds thstj
tha Germans occupied Gheat at o'clock .
Monday morning and that refugees from1
that city era coining Into Ogtend.
f . vet '
r ..... . y sv f - 's-
.".' ' v ... i We. f
Belgian Government Moves Into
France to Escape the Germans
BORUEAL'X, Fram. U.t 13. It Jinx
bron decided to transfer the lliai gov
ernment to Kranoe, tu order Uiat tt may
have full liberty of action. The toregntng
wai announced officially In Porrlaux
today. - .-.''
Heveral HolKian niini.-terit,,. -ai cdiiipbii
led by a Kfoup of officials, left Ostend
; this morning- for Havre, where the French j
government has preiwred temporary ot
"ces for tllCm.
Kim? Albert remains at the bead oe
the Ilelglan army.
PAH I.--. Uct. l:t.-rjj- V. M. The follow
Ing; official nniiourfcemont was (flven it
in Paris this afternoon.
"On our left wing uur forces have re-
aumed the offensive in the regions of
Hazebronok and of Bethuno agnlnst da-
tnf hint-lit of the enemy composed In j
lurge part of cavalry coming from
front along " Uullleul, IX a I res und
"The town of f.llle, iield by .t teiri
torlal detachment, has been nitwit. d and
a German army corp..
FINDS LITTLE FUN 'SOUTH AFRICANS
BEING UNDER FIRE," ARE INREBELLION
Experience of One New York News- j Command of Boers Under Colonel
paper Man at Antwerp Told I
After Getting to London. I
ARTHUR RUHL DOESN'T LIKE IT
Nights in Antwerp Daring Domlmrd-
ment tVere Mot Those of I'enre.
fnl Plensnre According
" to. Ilia Tale.
(Copyright, 1914, by Press Publishing Co.)
LONDON Oct. U.-lHpeclal Cablegram
to New York World and Omaha Bee.)
Arthur Kuhl, New York newspaper man,
arrived in Iondon tonight, liavlnt! left
Antwerp Just as the Hermann Wire get
ting Into the city, lie had thrilling ex
periences during the bombardment, being
under fire a number of times, especially
when he accompanied a British surgeon
into the tone between the inner and mid
dle forts, on Thursday, where they wero
caught lu a cross-fire.-Fpeaking
ot his experiences, Ituhl said:
"I've seen all the war I want to wit
ness. Like most other people, I've read
the hackneyed expression that shells
whistle through the air, but I know now
that h u i, iuii. iii,r th.... th-v d.. in
any tool:. Through the cjiuteay nt a
British surgeon. I was given an oppor-
tunlty to enter the sons of combat In his
automobile. We could nee no Genitalia 1101
could we bee their shells, b it wc' could
bear them coming throuijh the mr after i
distant boom of guns. My beuci iwBan to
feel hot and I took o-r my hat. The mo-
ment after I had uncovered my bead a
badly timed shrapnel hi 11 from the lie I-I
Clan forts at our backs broke above ovir
heads like a terrific thunder dap and aj
piece of shot blew past, two yaidj from
our heads. I then put on my hat, which, I
of course, wouldn't have helped muca if '
any shrapnel came in closer, but 1 felt !
I more comfortable after that with it on
Sheila Drive I brni dark. i
"We had gone only a abort distance j
further wlien a German shell hit the road
fifty feet in front of us and buiat. Then 1
one landed closer. It hit the ground so 1
near us that tha sand was thrown Into 1
our faces. !
I ' l-ven the surKron de l.'ed It
was get- !
I ting unpleasant.
"When be look me hack to town and we
were about to separate, a German shell '
came screaming through the air. . 1 .
darted into another street just about the
time it crashed into the houaaa."
Kuhl confirmed the statement that the '
Germans liefiye the bombard ment had
required the plans of tha city streets so
tbey would not destroy cathedrals and
monuments. Such plans. Buhl said, were
taken to Bruasela by Mugli Gihsoii of
American legation there, who wit In
Antweip when the Germans made tha re-
j au, East Prussia, occupied
. 4.tj train from the Russians.
r trr-i rf
"I let awn Aira nnl
Allert we hae
made nutablc iiroifrt'Sn.
"lui the center, also, we have made
proaroHa in the region of Hetty An Mao
and wa have advaiico.1 toward Soualn, In
the went of tho ArKoiim and nolth of
"Retween the Arajnnne nnd the Meuae,
on tho right bank of ihe MeiiM, our
troops, who hold
the h"lgMtn of the
of Verdun, have ad-
Meuse to tho east
"To the south of trie road from Ver
dun to Metis, In the region of Apremont,
we have gulned a little territory on our
right and repulsed s tlerrnsn nttsck on
our left. '
"On our right wing, Vopges and Alsace,
there has lien no i iiur.c.
"To sum up, yesterday was marked by
perceptible progress on the part of our
forces st various oin(M on the field of
"In Gsliclii, the Austrian corps, de
fcutcd In (IhIh Ii ,xnre endear ortrs l ' re
form nt b point four kilometers west of
Maritz Takes Up Arms Against
1 GERMANS PLANNING A HAND
reeme.nt Hntd to Hare Been Kn
tered Into Between tiOTernor of
Germany Colony andMarili
Responsible for More.
CAPETOWN. 'Union of South Africa,
Oct. 13. (Via London.) It haa been offi
cially announced here that a command
under Colonel .Mortis has rebelled in the
northwest of the Cape provinces. Mar-
tial law has been proclaimed throughout
The rebellion among the forces of the
northwest Cape province has been brew-
lug since the resignation ot General '
Heycrs ss commander-in-chief of the
union force. As soon as tha government
realized this situation it sent Colonel !
HiiUt to relieve Marlta of bla command.
Colonel Brits then discovered that Maritx
was commanding German troops aa well
as his own, and that he had German guns
In his possession. Maritx, who had been
1 given tho German rank of a-eneral. had
I arrested those of his : officers and men
who were unwilHng to Join the Germans
' and had sent them aa prisoners of w ar
j to German Southwest Africa.'
j According to an official statement, an
, agreement was drawn up between Maritx
, and the governor of Southwest Africa
, Tcontinueu on krZH1u. Column ThrecT)
.. In the interest of fairness o
both side and to help along
the educational side of the
suffrage campaign. The Dee
will open a special depart
ment on the subject putting
one column at the disposal of
the local suffrage organiza
tion and another column at
ihe disposal of the anti-suffrage
Next Thursday-Watch for It
IN POSSESSION '
Rumor in The Hague that Galician ;
Capital Has Been Retaken by
PRZEMYSL HAS BEEN RELIEVED
To North and South of Fortress
Remnants of Hostile Army
OFFENSIVE MOVE CONTINUES
Reports of Vienna Government
Abound with Successes of
RUSS NOT IN THE GAME AT ALL
All Efforts to Cross Vistula River j
FRENCH STATEMENT LACONIC !
I'arU ( oninianlra t Ion with F-
reptlon of Imiiortnnt tinri,
''here la othln Mark
HKHLIN, Oct. 13. (Via The
Hague and London, 4:32 p. m.l .
There t a rumor current here today,
but It lacks confirmation, that Lam
berg, Gallcia, has been retaken by
VIKNNA, AUBtrlH. Oct. 13. (Via
Amsterdam and London, 5:55 p. n.)
An official announcement given
out In lVenna today reads aa fol
lows: "Our offensive haa reached the
San river after numerous fights, most
of which resulted victoriously for our
"The relief of Prcemyal has been
effected. To the north and south of
this fortress remains of the hohtlle
army haa been attacked. Jaroslau
and Lesapk are ours.---. .
"A strong force of. the enemy has
retired from Sleulawa. To the east-!
ward of C hryacu our offensive move-1
ment 1 progressing. j
"In KiiHslan Poland all attempts
made by strong Russian forces to
cross the Itlver Vistula to the south
of Ivangorod have been repulsed."
PARIS, Oct.13. (10:5R p. ifl.)
The official communication Issued by
tho French war department tonight
"With the exception of an advance
of some Importance In the vicinity ot
P.erry-Au-Bac (on the center), there
la nothing' to report."
Kaiser Says He Will
of the River Scheldt
BERLIN, Oct. IS. (Via The Hague and
london, 4:32 n- m.) The Netherlands was
officially notified today by Germany that
the status of tho river Scheldt will be re-
! garded by Germany as heretofore. There
will be no question ot forcing the Beheld t
or using it lor purpose not sanctioned In
AMSTERDAM. Oct. 13-(Vla London,
H:fiO p. in.) The Germans are marching
toward Ostend and German bicyclists
already hava been seen near L. K. Cloo,
seventeen miles north of Ghent, accord
ing to the Telegraaf today. German cav
alrymen are near Bruegea.
Allies Buying Army
Wagons in Chicago
CHICAGO. Oit. iT Negotiations for
the purchase of several thnusnnd si my
wagons, l.nwi.OUO blanket, jni.ijuo saddleJ
and bridles, and an immense supplv of
rifle cartridge:., fur Ihe use of the Kns
Itah and French armies, were opened h-ie
today by represena lives of these govern,
Representatives of the army purchasing
departments asked fur immediate bids on
the wagori contracts, as s Isrtie number
are wanted for quick delivery In Canada,
It was raid The remainder are to be
delivered at future dates.
Immediate delivery of blankets Is de
manded by the purchasers, as they are
wanted for Ihe use of the troops In this
MAN DROWNS IN BLUE
LAKE WHEN BOAT UPSETS
ONAVVA, la., fX I. U . (Special. I
G.torge Crapes, a young man years f
j age, waa drowned In Blue luke here Mon
day arternoon. lie with three compan
ions were attempting to cross the lake
in a sailboat when It capaluHl. (blowing
them Into the cold water. Paul Colby
awam to tha west shore for help, and
Grape started to swim for the east
shore, but became entangled In tha iom
and waa unable to extricate himself. The
other two boys clui.rf to the boat till
help arrived from the shore and were
saved. The hodv nf Grapea waa recovered
two hours af(r the drowning. He is a sou
of John Gi ape- of Bleneoe. la
Ilelnlan i tilal Is being uioed
rron Ontontt to Havre. Trance.
King Albert will remain with the
limy in Hrlidum.
Reporta from rasteru tlieaierof
war Indicate thHt Teutonic atlles
and IvUHnlana are concentrating
their forces, for a bin battle in
KiiHulan Poland, near the Vistula.
nermann and opposing hosts
are lining up for bnttle in the vi
cinity of CrssH, on 'he rttrenie
Wft lng of the allies, fassel Is
cinhtten miles from the Straits of
Official statement from Cerlin
says nil of HiiSNlan Poland west nf
the Vistula, except Warsaw, Is In
possessions of the Germans and
Martial law has been pro
claimed throughout the T'ninu of
Sou iff Africa, because of the re
volt of a portion of the army In
command of Colonel Maritz.
Refugees reaching Swltierland
ay an artillery diml in lu progress
near. Helfort, France.
Women of Hrltish embassy
have been ordered to leave Con
stantinople. (tcrman forces are threatening
Warsaw, according to a dispatch
to the State department from a
consul !n Poland.
ON NEAR BELFORT
Dispatches from Zurich Report
Heavy Cannonading Near Town
in Eastern France.
GERMANS SEEK WEAK SPOTS
Tentona Reported, X lu Paris, to Be
Klahtlna Karneatly nnd Tak
ing I'.verr Advantnare to
TUK IIACliri:, Oct. l:i.-Vls lndon.)
A codling to a special dispatch to the
Cologne Oasette from Zurich, tfw User
Is nd, a large number of civilians who ar
rived lu Zurich from Helfort reported
that an ai-tlllery duel ws progressing In
tho direction of Belfort whun they de
parted. A special dispatch to the Avond Post
says 1..VI0 lei man wotindod have pnssed
through Ucge for Alx La Chsppelle. to
which place within the last two weeks
ZO,oni wounded have been ti'imfported.
Most of these, It is thought here, were
(irrnasi Klnhllna Hard.
PAU1H, Oct. is. The efforts of the Ger
mans, who are fighting hard to effect a
turning movement to the north of the
long battle line in France, continue lo
hold the Interest of the observers of the
According lo an official announcement
German cavalry some dnya ago had ad
vanced In the west as far as Caxsel
(twenty-seven mllce northwest of I.tllie).
Then German forces, now however, are
i !.! . .Vl.n.l nnlu In 1 I Kt,TOtlrk fflVO
miles south of fassel t.
It this should he true It Is considered
(hat It will make somewhat greater the
J difficulties of the Germans In bringing
succei-s to their efforts. Tills section of
i the war sone continues the scene of par-
tlrulsrly violent actions, the opposing
I squadrons fighting deajierately to gsln
the sltghtest advantage on which so much
NerklnaT Wrnk pota.
The (Sermans at the ame time are not
lessening their attempts to find at other
points weak spots In the allies' front. All
their efforts, It la ssld are being met suc
cessfully by their Wench and Kngllsh
The latest German flag captuied by the
French belonged to an active regiment,
which was part of the crp stationed at
Htettln. This fact, according to the
French, Indicates that the Germans have
concentrated on the Fiench frontier
funes uhlch ordinarily would be as
signed to guard the Russian border.
Withdraw from Verlau.
The 8Uttin regiment is remaining where
It Is. In spite of the leported advance nf
the Russians toward (he wesi The with
drawal of the Germans from (he vicinity
of Verdun, as officially indicated, has
been well received by the French. It is
t iken to show the further disengagement
of (he enemy's forces onrating around
the gieat trench fort on the Meuse and
what Is regarded In PsriH aa the retiring
(f the enemy toward the frontier.
Prince Oleg Dies of
Wounds in Battle
PKTIUKiRAD. Oct i:i. Prince Oleg.
son of Grank Duke Cunslsntine, died
yesterday of wounds received in action.
An official dispatch from IVtiogrnd on j
October 11 said I'rlnre Ole hnd lieen
W'ounded dutinv a cavairv ena-airement at I
the front. He waa carrying a Russian
standard at the time ha was shot.
ARGENTINE CONSUL IN
ANTWERP KILLED BY SHELL
LONDON, Oct. IS. The Amsterdam cor
respondent of the Central News quotes
the newspaper Hetvolk to the effect that
the Argentine consul at Antwerp, M.
I.emalre. was killed during tha bom
bardment by a shrapnel shell. The mis
sile struck the roof of the consulate and
penetrated through the celling to (ha
cellar, whero tha consul was sleeping
LINES DRAWN FOR
IN WEST RUSSIA
Teuton Allies and Muscovites Are
Ready for Gigantic Conflict that
May Mark Turn in Campaign.
BATTLE LINE MANY MILES LONG
i British Experts Unable to Deter
mine Which Side Has Been Able
to Dictate Battleground.
GERMANS MOVE IN WIDE FRONT
Main Armies Are Advancing Toward
the Vistula Through Piotrkow,
Kaliscz and Busk.
BOTH WINGS ARE DRAWN. IN
j Germans Abandon Warthe Positions,
Russians Leave Pnemysl. .
RUSSIANS HAVE AN ADVANTAGE
n Gronnd of Their Own 4' hone.
In- nnd Near Their Baaa
nf ftnppllea. j".
WASHINGTON, , Oct. 13. War
saw, rapttal of Russian Poland, la
threatened by German forcea and
may fall at any moment, according
to an official dispatch to the Amer
ican government today from one of
Its conaula, who asked or Instruc
tions e to the care of the foreign In
tfreata during the expected period
LONDON,"c.. 13. All eyea to
day are turned to the eastward
where, under conditions of the ut
mot aecrecy, the Teutonic alltea and
the Huaalana are preparing to en
gage In wht may prova dne of tha
moat det'lalve combats of the war.
Evidence In accumulating to show
that this gigantic conlnci will be
determined In Russian Poland, tha
only question disturbing Hrltlsh ex
pert la as to which aide has chosen
Berlin adults having withdrawn
from the Niemeh river and at the
ame time discounts the whole move
ment In that region aa beln of no
strategic importance. It ls now
clear that HtiHsia haa abandoned the
narrow point In Gallcia, between
Preimysl and Cracow, Russian forcea
having virtually -occupied all of
Gallcia with the exception of thsje
two places. . Petrograd nalms this
operation is due to strategic reasons.
While Vleuna maintains that the re
juvenated Austrian armies nave re
lieved the Przemysl fortress and
driven the invaders out. x
It la unquestioned that the more or less
demoralixed Austrian forces, stiffened by
German reinforcements, have resumed the
offensive, but there Is no Information hera
to Indicate that the Russian retirement is
anything in the nature of a rout resulting
from vigorous fighting.
Whatever may be the Intention of tha
armies operating on the ends of the greiit
nusslsn bsttlefront, it Is clesr that these
movements have paled Into Insignificance
the tremendous advance in the
Broadly speaking, this is now tha posi
tion of the antagonists awaiting the word
to open the engagement: The main Ger
(Contlnued on Page Two, Column Four.
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biles" column of The Fee.w
A hitfh grade used
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better than a cheap
new one and often
costs less than the
cheap new car.
j Some people buy a new car ever'
year n(1 Ifer last year's car for sal
at almost whatever they can get. If
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