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LIFE: Published Weekly by Life Pub. Co., at 598 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. Subscription, $5.00. Vol, 84. No. 2174. July 3, 1924. Entered as Second Class Matter, June 8, 1883, at the Post Office
at New York, N. Y., under the act of March 3, 1879. Printed in U. S. A. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office Dept., Canada. Copyright, 1924, LIFE, in the U. S., England and British Possessions.

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Regardless of how you personally feel, or what you know about the Hupmobile, it is the one car you owe it to yourself to investigate before you spend your money. More, it is the car you ought to buy.

For the simple but important reason that no man who earns his income is justified in buying a car till he knows that it matches the Hupmobile in quality and value.

The New Way
to Be Sure

How are you going to tell, you ask, when practically the same claims are made for cars of widely different characteristics and varying prices.

That's true enough-and the answer is not there. But the answer is in

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this, and it is definite and concrete:

There is nothing hazy or misleading
about the mechanical units and parts
of a car. And Hupmobile gives you
now the only hard-headed, practical
way to get the truth about a car.

Go to the Hupmobile dealer and
check the Hupmobile parts displays.
They show the finished parts and
units that Hupmobile uses. The
Hupmobile specifications are printed
in black.

In red, significantly enough, are
printed the lesser and poorer spec-
ifications and materials that are
often used.

These are the
Important Things

There's no mystery in a car-only

good or bad design; careful or careless workmanship; costly or cheap material-and the sum total of these means a splendid buy or a poor buy.

You know the extra value that Hupmobile has always had; its unfailing performance over long periods; its high re-sale value.

These peculiar and distinctive Hupmobile qualities are due to the very things you see in the parts displays.

Make your own comparison-or ask the dealer to show you-but do it.

It is the only way we know of to get at the truth and prove conclusively that you should buy a Hupmobile. Hupp Motor Car Corporation Detroit, Michigan

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LADIES

AND GENTLEMEN:

When I look down on this sea of perspiring faces the thought that is uppermost in my mind is how many of you boobs will vote for me if I pass out the necessary bunk about the flag. It's a hot day and I can think of about forty-eight things I'd rather be doing than sweating here in the sun, but I've got to get your votes somehow, and anyhow, it's a lot easier passing out patriotic bunk than it is doing hard, earnest work in Congress. Any kid in high school knows more about American history than I do, but I got my secretary to look up a lot of dates and things in the almanac yesterday and I hope you'll swallow 'em down and think I'm a great man. After which I'm going to hand you Daniel Webster's stuff about Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable, if I don't get it balled up, and I hope you'll cheer your heads off. I got a coupla men in the crowd that's been paid to start the cheering and to keep it up, but it'll all go into the papers as "an outburst of spontaneous applause" and it's what a thing seems to be that counts. ...Well, from the way you've swallered my stuff you're bigger boobs than I thought you were, but I'll go on just the same telling you you're grand citizens, because I need the votes....Now I'll say farewell and depart. You think I'm going home and study the Constitution maybe, but I ain't. I'm going to get me a good stiff drink and then I'm going to sit in on a little game of stud. (Cheers.)

Bertram Bloch.

The Complete Husband

Why She Married Him IS brute strength.

HIS

His high regard for women in general.

His gift of repartee.

His impetuosity.

His willingness to sacrifice all for ideals.

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Why She Divorced Him His brute strength.

His high regard for women in general.

His gift of repartee.

His impetuosity.

His willingness to sacrifice all for ideals.

W. L.W.

"It's the best dinner in the whole city and costs just one dollar..."

"I could waltz with you forever..." "Yes, it's a nice house, but the rental is eight hundred a year..." "Waiter! Another of the same..."

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