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TWENTY ARE ADDED TO HICHLAND
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rian; Rev. J. H. Heald at First Congregational.
the evening- service. The two unions
will meet at 7 p. in.
Highland Pnrfc Methodist. ,
1 At the Highland Park Methodist
, church Sunday morning- the subject
of the sermon by iiev. n. . " ."!
1 pastor, will be "The Christian War
' rare." His evening sermon subject
will be "The Work of Life. toOver-
icome." airs. George J-anoer ..i .&
'.at the morning hour. Rev. George
Southwell will conduct the prayer
! -m .i.A TViTisd;i'v even-
, .. ana praise bc.wio - -
Prominent Visiting Churchmen To Occupy First Chris- ie at tus.
tian and and First Methodist; War Work and Parent- ; Af .KUcnt the
Children's Day To Be Observed at rat esDyie- , 5Sr f s u the djj ju.
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sermon subject wm oe -?"""'.""",.
For morning prayer at 11 oelocU
the order or service will
Processional hymn 51S (Sullivan).
Venlte, chant; Te Deum In TX -J"
. r...i- i.ihiinto. chant: sermon
hymn 450 (Holden); offertory anthem
"Unfold je Portals" (Qouned), re
cessional hymn 374 EleJ-.r n.
For evening prayer the 6rder or
service will be: ,r-iimii-
Processional hymn 311 (Gounod).
Significant and Nunc P'mlttls In
(Tours); prayer hymn 634 (DyHesj.
sermon hyWsTll (Dykes); "ertory
anthem "The Lord Is .Exalted
(West); recessional hymn -J iiiav
brand ictf mii ,-
At the Grand View, Baptist Sunday
school at 3 p. m. Sunday a brief
temperance program will &""
at the .close of the lesson fytiej
Blue Junior class. P.ev. J. P. D""1
will outline some plans for the sum
mer work. The evening of the mid
week prayer service will be an-
n ThTwoman's auxiliary will meet
Wednesday at 5 p. m. Rev. J. P. Dan
iel will conduct the Bible study on
the first chapter of Epbeslans.
At Asbury Methodist church Sun
day, the pastor. Rev. C. K. Campbell.
will preach at both services. The
theme for the mornlng sermon will be
-Christianity and the War." The sub
ject for the evening will be False
and True Grounds of Glorying." At
the morning service Mrs. A. A. Lawler
will sing -Jerusalem.'' At night a
quartet will sing "From Every
Stormy Wind That Blows."
Austin Part Christian.
There will be services Sunday both
morning and evening at the Austin
Park Christian church. The pastor.
Rev. J. H. Allen will preach in the
morning. The evening service will be
conducted by the elders, and will be
in the nature of an open meeting.
titt-. v M. T.vnch trill sine at the
morning service and the cnorus cnur
I.. vi. .Tnintr -mnK ikulls ,,.
lead the endeavor, "the subject being
"Growing AS Christ urew.
East El Po Baptist.
At the East El Paso Baptist
m,.m, ttir ir-ill be services DOtn
morning and evening. by the Pastor.
Tw -it T. imifMin - neri will ut
baptizing: at the close of the evening
- i - - -t xtii wst a r a r
service, ine a. i. ir: " "" "- -;
:30 p. m. iliss jjiuy auibw; "
be leader. B. L. Ellington will lead
the prayer meeting service Wednes
day at 8 p. m. The Aid society will
m n th church Thursday at 2:0
p. m. The subject will be "The His
torical Introduction of the Book of
the Acts." Mrs. F. B. Keeney will be
TWENTY were added to the mem
bership of the Highland Park
Baptist church during the re-
ival meetings which Rev. J. J. Lang
ston. the pastor, has been conduct
ing. The meetings will close Sunday
evening with the baptism of several
of the candidates..
The revival was a decided success
and besides adding materially to the
ehurch membership. It has put the
ehnrch in fine condition and has
awakened greater Interest among the
members in church work.
Rev. I. J". Langston will preach at
both services Sunday, the evening
service beginning now at S oclock.
The unions will meet at 7 p. m. The
Aid socifty will meet Tuesday after
noon at 2:30 and the Sunbeams will
meet the same afternoon at 3:30. J.
W Eaile will conduct the prayer
meeting Wednesday evening and the
tliolr practice will be held Friday
Vlsitinc MlnUter to Preach.
t the First Christian church. Sun-&.!-.
service will begin at 9:40 with
a study period continuing one hour.
Kollowlng the study period, the regu
lar communion service will be held
beginning at 10:40 and the sermon
will follow immediately. Rev. Fred
erick W. Bnrnham, president of the
American Christian Missionary so
ciety, will speak in the morning. The
regular Christian Endeavor service
will be held at 6:30 and the evening
prf-iching serylce will begin at 7:15.
Rev Guv Talbot, representing the
Federal Council of the Churches of
h'ist in America, will speak In the
tvcr.ing. Special .attention Is called
to the study period, of the morning
service as the church school is en
gaged in a May rally.
To Obttm War Work Sunday.
"War Work Sunday" will be ob
served at the First Presbyterian
iburch at the morning service Sun
day. In the absence of the pastor.
H-sv. C L. Overstreet, the pulpit will
ae occupied by W. H. Day. Interstate
KKTstarv of the T- M. C A. His
sermon subject will be "World War
Work." The special music will oe
an anthem "Happy Is the Man,- by
v csi a solo "Take My Life and Let
H Be" (Marzs). "by Mrs. C J. An
drew' The following persona com
pose the choir: Mrs. Robert" Holll
day. Mrs. J. J. Kaster, soprano: Mrs.
A. IL Goldstein. Mrs. C. J. Andrews,
Uos. C. J. Andrews. F. G. Billings,
ciois: James G. McJCarr. Frank
vheek. bassos; Mrs. James G. McXary,
organist; Mrs. Warren D. Small, as
Parent' and Children's Day.
In the evening at 5:30 "Parents'
nd ChiMrefis" day" will be observed
HMh the following program:
Onran selections. Mrs. Warren D.
tmall. sons "Jesus' Little Ones."
j'nicary department; scripture lesson,
Mrs. George LeBaron. of the home de
partment: praye-. Alexander Duguid;
.. .no- "Jpkur Ei.-s TJs Shine." young-
t primarv pupils: "The Lad Who!
Ted the Multitude Norman Fergu
on, song "Lilies; Lilacs and Roses,"
. Mr? Worcester's class; "Queer Little
Tallies," RutS Cell Xorth; lullaby for
the Cradle Babies, Mrs. Robert Hollt-dT-.
sons - "Praise Him." "Rain
Sons;"' fcesrTSK department? -story-
"About Angels," Miss Lucille Day;
sons "Sweet Is the Story." Miss
Sc1! warts' class; The Children's Day.
Julia North: "In the Garden of the
Ivinc."' Harold Cole; Rose drill. Miss
Duden s class; solo 'That Sweet
stc i-v of Old.' Charles Andrews: sons
This Is the Sweetest Story." pri
. ary department: "Soldiers of Peace,"
"y-K. Hamilton's class. "America."
i: Dale Carlton will be Jtoder of
. e .christian Endeavor meeting at
(, ,s p. m.
r- j il Heald. of Albuquerque.
,,i conduct the service at the First
.gres-ational church Sunday morn-
Se eral very interesting letters
i- "-ing upon the selection of a pas-
i. .iii . 7-riirt. It is understood that
a young minister of unusual promise
and of much the same type as the
Re-. Miles Hanson, may be available
and a definite expression is expected
SanaaT- . ..' o...,,.
Sunday scnooi at iu a- iu. ouuuw
will be conducted by Mrs. C E. Zahn.
the superintendent- The Bible and
discussion class will be conauciea
by Mr. Peterman.
ti,o t?v t fiur Talbot, secretary
of the California state church federa
tion, will occupy the pulpit of the
First Methodist church, Montana and
Lee streets, at 11 a. m. Sunday. Mr.
Rev. Talbot IS maicinjr an iiinemr)
r,r h eauth in behalf of the fed
erated Churches of Christ In Amer
ica, an organization representing
more than 30 millions of Protestant
Christians. In the evening Rev. John
M. Jackson, the pastor of the church,
will preach on "The Beginnings of
Christianity What Jesus Put First."
At the morninff service me niBfc
church quartet will sing "Sun of My
Sour' (Bullard), and Matthew Lemen
will sing Kevin's "Before the Throne
of Glory." In the evening the quar
tet will sing "Through the Day Thy
Love Has Spared Us." and Miss Isa
bel Valentine will sing "My Task," by
Next Sunday morning ai inc rini
Methodist church will occur the an
nual baccalaureate exercises of the
El Paso high school with a sermon
by Rev. John M. Jackson to the grad
uating class. At the vesper hour In
the evening, G:!0, the Sunday school
of the church will hold its annual
celebration of Children's day.
"Wish Bones and Back Bones, or
the Power of a Great Resolve" will
be the subject of the sermon Sunday
morning by Rev. Percy Knicker
bocker at Trinity Methodist church.
In the evening at "the sreat people s
service." his sermon subject will be
"unrisuan e r uu a. "" " - -Mr.
Knickerbocker will have in the
pulpit an object lesson of the fun's
Christian can have, such as the rod
and reel for fishing, automatic shot
gun Tor shooting, tennis racket, base
ball and all the hundred sports of
God's out of doors. He will also have
object lessons of sinners' fun a bot
tle of whisky, a deck of cards, a ball
The special music for the morning
service will be an anthem Jesus.
My Soul" (Brueschweiler). and a solo
"My Redeamer and My Lord" (Dud
ley Buck), Mrs. W. L. Brown. Special
music for the evening hour will be
an anthem "Oh, Lord. Rebuke Me
Not" (Dudley Buck), and a solo
"Abide- With Me" (Lockett), Mrs. C.
East El Paso Methodist.
At the East El Paso Methodist,
church Sunday morning the sermon
will be by Rev. Mr. Sollle. In the
evening Rev. Adolph Hoffman will
preach. Rev. F. C Collins, pastor of
the East El Paso Methodist, will hold
services Sunday morning at 11 at La
Mesa, preaching on the subject "Con
ception of Eternity." There will be
a special song "Eternity." Mr. Col
lins will hold services at Mesquite m
the Braiito scnooi nouso aunuay af
ternoon at 3:30.
At the Westminster Presbyterian
church Sunday. Rev. Watson M. Fair
ley, the pastor, will condnct both
morning and evening services. The
morning sermon subject will be "For
In the morning the choir will sing
"From Egypt's Bondage Came," by
Page, and there will be a solo by Mr.
Durkee i iiq rot abk. xch- wjiu.
In the evening "Sweet is Thy Mercy"
(Barnby), a duet, will be sung by
Mrs. R. J. Wilson and Mrs. K. C.
CalTMT-Houston- Square Baptist.
At the Calvary-Houston square
Baptist church Sunday morning the
subject of the sermon by Rev. O. J.
Wade, the pastor, will be "The Tem
ple of God." For the evening service
his sermon subject will be "God's
Jewels." The ordinance of Baptism
will be administered at the close of
When and Where EI Pasons May Worship Sunday
iixitist Minister i' I ! .
Calvary-Houston Sq- Rer. O. J. Wade il 9 30ll 001 7 4
S01 Montana street. I I
IiKt El Paso ..Rev. Ed. L. Milllcan i I
3Sli Alameda. 9 30,11 001 S 00
pirt Rev. J. F. Williams, r. D. ! I
S01 Magoffin Avenue. 9 3011 00! S 00
Highland Park.. Rev. L N. Langston j. j j
Dakota ana ooiu. tii ""',,,
I "7 "45
I 7 30
Grandview Mission i,3p.m.
.Rev. J. P. DanieJ, Missionary
Idalla and Myles.
Alta Vista Mission
Mexican Rev. B. C. Perez
Rev. F. C. Roy
Campbell and Myrtle.
Church of St. Joseph
Rev. F. A. Lederle
Hueco and Travis.
Sacred Heart Rev.
613 S. Oregon.
St. Ignatius ...T. .Rev1. C Tranchese
CHlinCH OF THE NAZAUIXE
Rev. S. D. Athans. (Mexican)
715 South Oregon street.
CHRISTIAN T ...
Austin Park ........Rev. J. IL Allen
3301 Montana street.
First Rev. Perry J. Rice
500 North Oregon.
CIIRISTIAX SCIENCE CHURCH
(First Reader) R. W. Still
Williams and Rio Grande.
LUTHERAN , , ..
Zlon's German Evangelical Lutheran
Rev. A. Woebbeking. Res. 3S17 Bliss
(Thnrch. 1109 San Antonio.
St. Paul's English Lutheran I
Rev. A. C Harris
Montana and Ange streets.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH
Asbury Rev. C K. Campbell
East El Paso Rev. F. a Collins
Highland Park Rev. II. P. Bond
Federal and Dakota.
Trinity ..Rev. Percy Knickerbocker
Sf fl.nianl'i Tv. Fuller Swift I I 7 30!
Campbell and Montana. II 9 4511 00! 7 30
First Ker. jonn Ji. jaoKeon
Montana and Lee.
Orchard Park... Rev. X. H. Huffman
Rev. N. H. Huffman
Fifth' and Tays.
Idalla and Russell.
East El Paso Rev. A. A. Davis
Alameda and Poplar.
First Rev. Charles L. Overstreet
Boulevard and Stanton.
Westminster Rev. W. M. Fairley
Florence and Rio Grande.
Spanish Presbyfn. Rev. Jose Venecia
Second and Virginia streets.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ
Cor. Montana and Rayner streets.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Adventist Church. Rev. M. R. Proctor
Corner Houston and Westminster.
Salvation Army Hall
Adj. Loney in command
214 South Oregon.
CIIUCII OF JESUS CHRIST
(Of Latter Day Saints)
San Francisco St. (L O. O. F.-hall)
"African Methodist" Rev. H. A. Wells
Third and Tays:
"Colored M. E. church" Rev. J. A. Stout
First and Tornillo.
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j'of the modem mother is a fat! incb
greater than the neignt or ner enwu
mother, and her average weight s
1 greater bv ten pounds, and her tabv '
weighs a pound and a half mere at
the timo of birth than her grand
mother's baby did.
(2) The charge that she neglects
her household for tXe sake of publi
life rings as hollow as the other
-t. tmn that here and there sh'
! has run to bizarre extremes which of
fend the fine-grained and grieve the
judicious. But the significant imns
about the whole of it is that she lias
discovered that humanity is half wom
an, and that h h natural rignt
to live a life that healthfully engages
her human powers. The" increasing
participation of women in the affairs
of the community is at bottom a pur-
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or for cash.
F. & F. COMMISSION CO.
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8 t 1 rsoclal gathering of whatever sort, as , B JTW ST. OllS C SH REG-
wholesome and as sale a. piace t i'","rir. " " 2 T" cETEi --7J.Z
her children as Is her own home. Ana
every true friend of progress ought
to sympathize with her in that en
deavor. The Womanly Woman.
"Who. then, today Is the womanly
woman? She is the serious minded
mother. What is her sphere? Her
sphere is Just what it always was
throughout the ages: the mothering
of the race. It differs today from
what it has been heretofore in that
i. iin. TpMflr nutlook and a larger
n-rfAni. nt x nil thi 1r indisnutablv I
,. I . .1... Anjalnl n.llUlltTaliftW fit
U AA true: inio uio n"v; !,... .-- - -,
Jour life, woman is bringing through
ner presence exucu hiii" t, ,
she brought Into the home, namely:
,.- .....(.. nstArtnr- nffcctional
J tn... nr h., own nature. TheJdeaii
of motherhood is being enlarged. Al- j
-. it in.it!,i. thA childless worn-1
an who may be a mother in the social
if not in the biological sense of the
term. And the business of woman
kind still remains: the advancement
of the race under wider, freer conditions."
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THE New Woman As a Mother;
Charges Against Her Proven False
Too Many Mothers Are Household Drudges; Sphere of the Womanly Woman To
day Just What It Always Was Throughout the Ages.
By REV. JOHN M. JACKSON, Pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mark of Wisdom
It is a mark of wisdom to have
written in your Will the name of
the Rio Grande Valley Bank &
Trust Company as your Executor.
rr-. tr m t.-, t Mil tv- a household drudge a household all the charges brought against the
J'V-llJ L .' i?-!T!rtrn,E?.l Th .ore children, and reared modernist mother. However, there
r,.T iV..r"iiV'JiJS? i- rti them If she lived, and lived only be- i are two common allegations
rrandmother Lola, and la thy motfcer cause made of too es dur ng stuff to
Eunice, and. I am periuaded. In thee wear out before the ja "
nl.o. Wherefore, irtlr up the ltt of up One of the great blank chapters
God that U In thee. . . . For Cod of history is made up o those wash-
as;, ifuiu& . w,m& . w...
aay, garaen uay, juarj&ci. wj
As a Jewel of gold in a swine's
snout, so is a fair women which is
The- desire of the righteous is only
good: but the expectation of the
wicked Is wrath.
There Is that scattereOi and yet
Increaseth.: and there Is that wlth
holdeth more than Is meet, but it
tendeth to poverty.
The liberal sonl shall e joade
fat; and he that watereth shall be
watered also himself.
He that wlthholdeth corn, the peo
ple shall curse him but bleeslng shall
be upon the head oi mm tnar. sei
He that diligently seeketh good
proenreta favor- but he that seeketh
mischief, it shall come unto him.
He that trusteth In his riches shall
fall; but the righteous shall flourish
as a branch.
"He that troubleth his own house
shall Inherit the wind; and the fool
shall be servant to the wise of heart.
The fruit of the righteous is a tree
of life; and he that wlnneth souls is
hatk not stven us the spirit of fear;
I but of porrer, and ox love, and oi a
I sound xnlnd.
THE modernist mother found an
apologist in the pulpit of the
1 Y 'ML
The Most Appropriate
and Useful Gifts
Will Be Selected at
"A Word to the Wise
First Methodist Episcopal
church. Standing before an audience
assembled for the observance of
Mother's day, Rev. John M. Jackson.
pastor of the church, announced his
sermon subject as "The Xew Woman
as a Mother," and said Sunday:
'T aDDear this moraine r"n- tii
fence. I wish to ba heard In behalf
of the accused this Mother's day in
the court of public oDinion. Ms-
client is a woman and a mother
mother of the humanity that Is yet
to be mother of the world of to
morrow. "My task Is an Inglorious one. This
cay occasions my client from all di
rections the contumelious stone. And
with the stone is the added curse
that in many Instances It falls from
the eminence of the pulpit, and from
hands held up as holy. Shameful
but true, many of the bououet nf
rnetoric brought forth on Mothers'
aay, and lachrymally labelled Tor
Mother's Grave, and paraded as floral
tributes to the memory of the con
ventional motherhood of days sons
by many of these bouquets will have
trick-bats In them for the enlight
ened motherhood of the day to com.
"I shall not do today what Is the
ordinary thing for a preacher on euch
an occasion to do. But let no one
misunderstand rae. It Is not that I
would honor the motherhood of yes
terday the less. It is rather that by
justly recojnlzing the rights of the
new motherhood of today, I would
honor The" worth of all truo mother
hood the more. Therefore your moth
er In heaven will not be grieved. I
am sure, if after having seen her
with the eye of memory again, in
the happyland of our childhood see
ing her as she was in the time of
her beauty, living in the mellow light
of other days, and Chen, turning our
gaze heavenward, seeing her, with the
eye of faith, in the better land of
our soul's true country as she moves
calm beneath the tree of life, for
ever to abide in fadeless loveliness,
with a smile on her dear lips such
as heaven Is I am sure that we may
without offense endeavor in this hour
to make room for somewhat more of
heaven down here where hell Is set
t up on eariu.
inc prouiem oi saving ine worm is
lareely a problem of getting better
mothers from generation to genera
tion, Let us hastily observe the road
from the past on which we have
World Belonclng To Males.
"As we look Into the Immediate
past we see a world belonging abso
lutely to males and In some commu
nities at no great distance from here
you don't have to even turn round in
order to see it: you have only to
open your eyes and look about you.
and you will see a world owned abso.
lutely. and run. by men. Father and
brother, and lover own It mother
and sister and sweetheart owir noth
ing. Perhaps in the Interest of per
fect accuracy that last statement
should be amended: thy do own
their souls, if not their bodies.
"Also, In lieu of a human being's
birthright, it is recognized that ai
woman Is entitled to a eugar-coated.
windy. Indefinite something common
ly known as "respect," so log as
she can he an attractive mate. Of
course this "respect' is a very great
deal. "Who that has ever when In
the elevator of a tall building seen
father, or brother, or lover remove
the hat to women ef certain condi
tions and colors could reasonably
asic tor morer .tmt. there are women
who are just unreasonable enough
to do it they do ask for more and
their numoer seems to ba on the in
crease. Moreover most of them are
women who have been in school
and these women are now as
serting that they find the word
E RAINS should not be carsed in
the masculine gender, that the word,
in fact is common gender: masculine
and feminine. Also these women are
noisily insisting that such words as
BUSINESS. MATHEMATICS. SCIEXCE,
ORATORT. ART and even POLITICS
have feminine sender as well. And
some of them there are who profess
to nave discovered that intellect in
women is no more exceptional than it
is in men. And others still, main-
I tain the opinion that a woman ought .
to think, and to live, and to have an
individuality. However, masculine
ridicule at such assumptions Is rated
as one of our popular sports. I
Mother n Household Drudge.
I "On the other hand, it Is worth
while to observe, many a mother will
be haloed this Mothers' day who all
her Ttnma i'y life was little more than
mothers that wore out so soon. Back
I In the middle-west where I grew up.
we used to notice that Dy tne lime
f farmer became DrosDerous enough
to own a two-story house, he usually
owned a two-story nousenoia.
ainst her that I shall Quickly dis
pose of: (1) She is physically unfit
for maternity. (S) She neglects her
home and her children for the sake
of public life.
"(1) TVhen we get down to the
pavement of facta wa find no found
ation whatever for the charge of
physical Incompetence for mother
hood on the part of the womanhood
of this Feneration. All available data
go to cusprove tne assumption, hum
T haven't time today to answer w actually do find is that the height
Is Holding Revival In
Big Tent In Ysleta
Rev Argus Hamilton, known as the
"Baseball Evangelist," is conducting
a revival campaign in Tsteta. He has
a large tent In the heart of the town
and large crowds are expected to
bear the "baseball evangelist" fan out
Mr. Hamilton has been successful
in the west, having held meetings In
the principal citiea on the coast He
-... ,tH a tMm nf Mworkers. Sun-
..n-i... nnrier thn tent will be: f
Sunday school at 10 a, m.: preaching I
at 11 ociock ana a p. in.
Rev. A. B. "Weaver is pastor of the
Tsleta Methodist church.
Years Ago Living and
Will Attend Reunion
Rev. O. J. Wade, pastor of Cavalry-
TZnrtctnn Snuar BaDtist church. WiU
leave Thursday for Arkadelphla. Arfc, ,
to deliver the commencement biotuu
for Ouachita college. Dr. "Wado grad
uated from Ouachita college 20 years
ago and while In Arkadelphla ha will
attend a class reunion which has an
unusual feature all of the class of
nine men and nine women who gradu
ated 20 years ago still are living, and
all will be at the reunion.
Br. 'Wade- will be away from the
city for two Sundays
Consider the advantages of our
permanent charter, large re
sources, facilities and legal ex
perience. Consult us freely whenever yon
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Overland Company to give belter
cars at lower prices.
More than 400,000 owners have
been guided to Willys-Overland
Jby their desire for beauty, com- -fort
and luxury in addition to
Due to its gigantic facilities The
effects millions in economies;
has never found it necessary to
skimp or rob a car of value in
order to compete; but is able to
give surplus value throughout
the entire car for jar less money.
Might may not make right, but
right has made Overland might.
The experience of building oyer
200,000 similar four-cylinder
cars has directly contributed to
the development and perfection
of the Overland Big Four.
Think what concentrated value
. this has enabled us to put into
Come in and see the Willys-Overland
Motor Cars the Big Four"
and the most comprehensive
line of cars ever built by any
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