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A fair opened in Manhattan this week. From Ohio, Wisconsin, Indiana and Michigan came the merchants and the craftsmen. Their wares were new, bright, polished, gorgeous. Transportation was for sale. Better and cheaper. . . .
Eleven months of the year motorcars may be prosaic things of steel and glass. But in January, when the automobile fairs are held throughout the land, this prima donna of the industrial stage is greeted with acclaim and if her appearance succeeds she is well rewarded.
The merchants gathered. Feasts were arranged and salesmen were...