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Front page Jan. 25, 1915: 13th annual Buffalo Automobile show opens

"City's biggest auto show to open tonight"

"The 13th annual Buffalo Automobile show opens tonight at Broadway auditorium. ..."

"After the formalities are disposed of the band will move to the bandstand in the gallery and play a selection of popular airs while the crowd will circulate through the hall, viewing the cars that are on exhibition. The show will be open until 10:30 o'clock, reopening every day thereafter at 10 o'clock in the morning."

"Broken pin turns Fakir over to his 'widow' and police"

"A broken safety pin punctured the career of a fake beggar in the Pearl street police station yesterday and today. Frederick Embury, 43 years old, is en route to Hamilton, Ont., where a little white tombstone marks the spot in a cemetery where his body was supposed to have rested for more than two years."

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Jan 25 1915

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