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If The Times prints it. The Times believes it. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. NO. 101. 1917—Detroit Automobile Show—l9l7 THIS is the car that carries the world. It is on exhibition in its newest, most in genious, and most beautiful forms at Ihe great Automobile Show which opened Saturday at the big Auditorium on Grindley Field. Modern civilization rides upon the modern motor car. Mr. McCay has shown it here providing us with transportation, protection, DETROIT TIMES defense and pleasure, supplying the farmer with power to till his soil, and acting as an angel of mercy in the streets of a great city. Other uses of the modern motor car will in crease with the coming years. They are prac tically unlimited. Today the man w T ho buys an automobile for pleasure, buys w ? ith his investment all the world that is within reach of his car and his leisure. WEI) N E BDAY, JANUARY 24, 1917. The rivers, the fields, the lakes, the moun tains formerly beyond his reach are now his to enjoy as much as though he had the title to them safely locked in his strong box. Incidentally he buys health for himself and family and a world of new interests and new things to think about which he will find along the highways that he travels. He who buys a motor car for business in creases many fold his opportunities and effi- AUTOMOBILE SECTION ciency, diminishing' his expenses at the same time. But little more than a decade has passed since the automobile became the most valued and valuable servant of mankind. In that time its development has been nothing short of miraculous. At the Automobile Show you will see what genius, taste and thought for the comfort of others have done with this most marvelous of modern machines. 1 N DETROIT : ONE <l^l.