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THE NEWS SCIMITAR.
7 sn n (O "Being the Parable of the WEDNESDAY, 6ECIMBSR SI, 19M. 1 To3 ft u JMfini(giiSi ndia iive .jsiina ivien o . t ft . v v One day five Blind Men of India sat by the road side. An Elephant happened past. By .the shaking of the 'ground they realized that one of the Big things of their World was befpre them. Each investigated through his customary source of ' informationtouch. Then they compared notes, but there was no agreement. Though each w&s , right, each was wrong. One had recognized the Elephant as a writhing serpent, another as a tall pillar, the third as a sharp-pointed lance, the fourth as a gigantic flapping leaf and the fifth as. the side of a house. . So is Modern Decision concerned with the Com mercial Elephant of Merchandising. Facts, not fancy, govern. For you will never learn anything about an automobile from its price, or of its value from the dealer's discount. Reputation alone the standing and responsibility of the firm behind the car is the only sure means of identification. And having nothing to hide, the Reputable Dealer invites investigation of both himself- and his product, his promises and his prices. It isn't too late to get that car you want and have it delivered Xmas morning but get it from a member of the Association Surface indications are after all, but "a mere . index to the character of the whole; EPM leiip Ami I WMM mmm o Praters' "Pledged to Do Business on the Square 99 O