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BRIEF CITY NEWS j
alcwia AAsrtttwt to rnelteM. x.
rwicwin. Jr son c the 1st J. fenlA-
tft. trnT rttl solicitor of the Vmhm
- ...... in iv v nn?s nates ieomi wurti
iM of the Mans trptrtBwiil .f Kl.r
m1T', baa MpiH f-orn that
pwmn. He win be tn hj-r of a m
manufacturing cornrier.y ia UraaU lnd,
t the future.
Sow Apartment InM- A Tuno-Toora
annrtment building is brim oreclee at rNE
Jackson street tor C. B Umbtr. Sit ftouta
Teonty-orienlh svettue. The struct urs
w 111 be cf Itiii, containing aloe ftur-fi-ns
It Will be completed (taMr -la
it a cost tl&.M.
"" Tvwno wot lili Throe Nebraska
""" r vtm ijB Monday night, ClMtk.
WUher airS riattwnsulh. Ekcer for bght
BoriT:kle, tn these flares tk mate wu dry.
Tfranoraturee. however, Monday and T -Say
wierra not aura as wour injur tne
crop la any way. The air waa cool,
with the sua giving plentiful raja cm the
Zantds of grain.
. aTamss CDgs atonal -. A tall haa en
' Issued to all old students oT Blrajo collem,
Klrare, O.. who reside te Ontht or vicia
ter. te iwn la tbe oftioee of tbe Trow-tiriflse-IVoirter
company. M-41 Crty Na-
tieuaj i-aik building, tint Monday at
10 clock tor the pin-pen f turming a Hiraia
orgeniiation in Omaha.
AS Towns raBand Cars Ijemanas ft
ears aad epeciaJ trains for Feurtk of July
trip ars coming In from a: I over Ne
braska. Iowa, beula Dak eta. Celorads aad
I )'frm!i. te ti neadquartm-a Cfioea tn
' Omaha. Am uauaJ tbc dmnanda are tar
PUJif tku txr railroad vauld ba aMa
, to auvj.lr, ljuiid!-rfl of toa-na vtehinc trains
I lir tbfiir ooivhratiuna.
Baamliaa ! Vacl Imnia
of KaccUiai. Jdo la u Oman looking for
bia uocla, WUIulb T. Fry, aba casta to
ibla tj- twtibtj-tao ara aya aid haa not
bona fiaari (mra X r tiia rU.Uvr -vr alnoa.
Ur. lmtus haa requnt4 tba polioa to
amtlat turn In the aearrb. Ha ataiaa tba,t
tiiw uncla ta about 62 roars old, if Urine
( t tba jireeiii time.
' battajr Carriar la a4 CwBtM PoataJ
Ct. -ur fc. ii. Walkiaa. aba u aver
ooma wtib at last Thursday aXtarnoa
mhCa amltmt bia rarular cullaottoas and
ba haa bat-a In a racarloua condition
int, was taken ta tba 81. Bmaxd baapl
UJ at Council Blufla Monday afternoon la
aji uaootiauloua oandltioa. Uia dootsrs
Lava Iruia itupa (or aita reaeverjr.
OCBiajad Oaaa BVTaiaa Notica that
the aujirero court of the stale has reversed
the ftndtna of tba dlrtrtot court, awarding
4amaFea of r.W to Kra. Rhoda GUUiand,
waa reoeiiMd bf John A- Punn. rat jr attarsejr.
Tueadar morning.. Mra. GiUUand feU and
ausiatned a fratitured wnut while croseing
EMatol au-aet at Twestr-alzth etrert. be
brought suit aalnat tba city for damages
aad was awarded CfcXt The case waa ap
aealad br tha cltr-
CHANGES IN Y. W. C. A. STAFF
rrLl Ptf iiIm Mtieaana av
am twites few Tfeetr
tWerai changes are taking jjia.cs in the
cxecatlva force at the Taung Womm I
Christian aaaaclaUoa, Mias Floreao J.
A14 baa given tip bar osltios as phi !
cal director aad wlU leave todajr ta as
utns similar work In a private school la
Ttaltiroore- Her rlaoe win te filled tero
purtHy bj Una Mabel Salmon, wrba will
tw swimming lessons 'la the T. W. C. A 1
pool and smwrviss tennia and other out
eleor sports at Grsiworka camp. Carter
atlas Rata Tompeett will berla a series
f lessons te flaa sewing ta school girls
whs are too busy tn the winter ts attend
the claaaea. Hiss Tomnwett is taking ths
filaoe tfmptirarilK of Miss Gertrude Ely,
domestic arts director, wtoo it Attending a
T. W. C A. oonfieno of aaaociationa in
1 wertern cities, at Caecade, Colo.
Miss Ully it. Strong, geoeral aecretarr.
ta attending the Cascade conference whicfc
began last Tuesday aad after its close win
star la Colorado for the remainder of bar
Among the eecretariea wha will attend
ths Lake Geneva T. W. C A. oonferenoe
July li ta R, are atlaa riora 8. Keeney.
Miss Ora K Jobnaua, Mra Clara Mead,
Miss Othel GL Headea aad Miss norenoa
PAVEMENT MUST COME UP
City Ertoerr Craig, After lirisd
Tost, Decide Soflal Brick
,aIU Sot Do.
4 ..... . .. .
Practically all tha brick pavement laid
a Tweaty-ftrst street, between LeaveB-.
worth and Mason streets will bave to be
taken up and new brick blocks substituted.
This, ultimatum was delivered by George
W. O-aig, city engineer. Tuesday morning.
Work oa the paving was stopped last
Fiaoar br Assistant Engineer Camped, w he
cecided that tbe brick betas- used waa cf
-ava tnJeriar quality. A second test made
Monday verified the first tsata. and tba
brlik waa ordered out. - '
rw.mi nas tne contract to pave
the otroet with Buffalo bleck. " j
"Tbe officials of the company watched '
tba aaats Moaday.- said Mr. Craur "Tbev I
agreed that tbe brick was of aa inferior 1
quality and wlU ds ct'erjthmg possible to
. remody tba lot. 1
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DIES FROM EFFECT OF DR'KK
aoiw iriwua (J7 Un.N j
VUlaaas Ua, ks Mad
pre for Moan. Fsaai Dyta
, ta Uia Bowaa.
- Wlfliara Col Una, aged S years, aa em
ploye of the water worka was found dying
ta bis room, 1U Chicago 8t at :S o'clock
Tuesday morning. He had beea drinking
heavily duruf ib last tew days, and wsm
to bis room late Monday aight. At .3w
this morning, Mra. OdeU. the landlady.
beard him fB est of bed. Together wit
uw woarsers ens west te Collins room
aad found Ki oa tbe floor gaajurx. Be
fewe tbe io'.lcir ambulance and It. Pp;iers
arrived the oiaa a aa dead. Curauer Oeai y
bus taken charre ef the body. Collins'
aister-la-laJS'. Mrs. Margaret CuUuia. bvet
at 1UI Ivor t k Twenty-lourta nrel, South
Whooping oeugh is not nttiuperous when
the oeucn. is ket tease and expert oratloa
easy br grvuui Ct.ambtrrlaia's Cough Rem.
ody. 3 1 haa bean cae4 la snaay rf dc-mlrs
of this diaeaae wits pwtect swocesa. Fot
ale try all dealcra - .
hlriam A Ohao ai
L-ew Far Idrnma Tours via Washington
ts Atlantic CHy and either Seaatre Re
sorts. New Tork. Buoioa and New England
petals. Ti-kct on saw daily until Sept.
aftth Lor returs ttmtt Uberai stopevor
pjlvliccea Conauit nearest Ttrket Arit
fur paruculara or addraes W. A. Preston.
T. r A. or a. N Auaua. i p. A, Cliioaa
Te1d Cote Creamery company. TH3
mite Tenth st reet. concrete factory $4t.
V. K PetiikrloB. sUt Hiokory imel, anoi-
WINTER WEEAT YIELDS HIGH
5f VirMkA Cirp. Jow Bfitf Cut, Fft
ter TLia Expected. (
BT WTATHIi HA'Bp
KrMrlH te n.
wrw lt-r4 te BVr Is t t-rr
wdltte.ai retatwea Htn iml
Irrr. la- Vul af KaJa
Vwetwres KH Wedatar.
Kebracka farmers are fcarrerting their
wnrter wiMat. la many places tb grewe's
a threshing and leading wheat imtnedi-
rte!f f( ahtpmr-nt. They figure that the
went high price of grain )urtifre thtJr
seiUng at mu rather thaa boldtr.g.
Cms reportp m Nebraska ra lmads Indi-i-a
e that t yield of winter wheat will br
better thaa n et-tlmated a week ago.
In the Immediate vicinity of Omaha tba
ernp w n average M per rent a full crop,
Per een In the s utheiarfern part of tt
state. 4 I-er cer.t In the n-trHbothofid of
L'hooIb and Grand lxland and f p" "Bt
la ajortl.eaMefta Nebraska. Near MrCook
and la the central west of the state th
J eld is very small, only IP per cut
being fcari-evted. Is the far wert sad
aoritiweeter paru of the state, where dry
farm in and impatlon mfthed are em
ploved. god crt.ps will reeuH- Tba br
vestlTig la a Utile later In thee parta
' Oats are reported as "liarflly worth cut-tins.-
Iry weather waa bard on eat, bar
ler, rye. spring wheat and much of it was
fired at the bottom. Other graina devt
jd too rapidly and bfigan to bead when
th rtaiks were fire or a;a mches from the
ground. Barley nd spr.ng wheat have
still a chance to pull through with the
rains of Ponds y and Baturday, but as
laiga crops will be reaped. -
Cwra la Gees' Cwwwltlwsu
Cora 1 declared te tie la the best condi
tion, s (fording to reputis of the Burling
ton. Ttiios Pacific, Kurthwestem and Rock
Inland roads. The dry weather did not bun
11 and It has been possible fnr the farmer
te keep It practically clean of weeds and
f ra. Between Ccford and MoCook. where
nt.t much corn is rained, sllgbt damage
was reported, and la the very southwestern
part A the state next te the northers bor-
der of Kansas st me of It Las been burned
up. Oa ths Orlesni and Bt. rViiicii
brancnes cf ths Burlington la Kansas the
zailure of the own crop is the worst that
has been experienced
was built In there.
sisoa the railroad
Pwtata Crap Ssaall.
Potatces have generally suffered for
want of rain and the Triors are aooord
Ingly high. The rains of last week will
aid some la bring ing the potato crop
through, but they will be small and dry.
Pastures and meadows are at the point
where tbey need rain, but a few good
downpours will rull them through in fine
shape. Fruit is dorng well, with prospects
for a Mi apple crop.
" ano Beinnern south
rakcta oats are doing better thaa any-
Where la Nebraska. Potatoes add bay
crops are alee doing better there under
t-ripatlon and dry farm metliods than la
the oentral part cf Xrbraska.
Salt Lake Singers
Will Invade East
Fkmoui Tabernacle Choir Amiighig
fa aji ZngwgrmtBt Here in
George D. Pjper, manager of the Salt
Lake theater, haa arranged for tbe tour of
Tbe Tabernacle chtflr' of Bait Lkc City se
that Omaha will bear that crgaiiisatlfa oa
Wednesday, CMtober & The choir haa
maaa many tours along tba Pacific ccauft.
but has never beea east cf the Rocky
mountalna. They plan flatting all cities
between rtah and New Tork. leaving their
lme oa Ociober a and sin ring at Che-
ennf, Omaha, Chicago and Cleveland and
pcwKiMy other points cm their wsy st.
' There will be a party of trained mu
stoians in tbe party, which will Include an
orchestra of twenty and aome cf the best
trained soloists in the country. Evan
Stephen is tbe director of the choir and be
will be assiKted by J. J. MoClerian, the
MILWAUKEE WILL MOYE
ITS CITY TICKET OFFICES
to Rowss Sow OcrooWed by the
a Lssrk, Owateal by
The city ticket offios of the Milwaukee
railroad is ts be moved from the gVouod
fiuer comer room of tbc Pairtoa block at
Klxteema and Farnam streets, to a room
I now occupied br the Boston lunch room at
Nil Pamam street about October 1
Although tbe deal has act beea formally
announced, it la aaid thst tbe t'nited Cigar
(itorea company will obi a. a part of tbe
room w hy h now is occupied by the rail
road rflce. The room will be dlridod Into
two parts, ths Pamam and Sixteenth
streets side te be taken by the cigar store
and the other room on Sixteenth street win
be leased fur other purpoaea
rn.,Hn , -.
OWNERSHIP OF PUP DISPUTED
r- beflla aad Mra. Flarw Brown
Prepasiaar for Battle ta
A bull pup. tnin In soft toothed Infanrv.
, : rt,Ka"u' ter Balu' 01 lKPLi
niirues la JusUos lender s court, and
to get possession if him John C. ShefUn
and Mra. Flora Browa are rcparrag ta w
Wsal battle. Ttie dc resioes ta thhe mean
Time with CotistsMt Henry Mlddendorf.
SheT.ln sas the owner of the sire cf the
papular pup and Miss Brcwn possessed
the mother. The pup. whe may be called
SarOaaapolia for short, aas one of twins.
His sister waa sort te Chk-ago as a
present ts a trtrad of Miss Wilson'a Ttit
sire cf Sardanapolis was polaunHd and
Shefla claimed his share of ths family.
Mias Brown rrf uned te give the dog up '
and a replevin was breunht.
Justice uet-dfT was astounded to ba told -by
C. H. Kubat. a: lame y for giieriin, that !
he waa prrjudioed m lv. case tn far or of '
tbe mother cf ej-danailis. and der.i-d a .'
change of venue wbea it was asked. Thr
decicmg f just
is suits Justice
wbosa doa Bardatiiipolis 1
s leral mind and
j be welcomes tbe knotty problem, which is ;
, te be decided ia a mnath. If aa better
way has sucrested Itself In that time the .
sword cf Bolomoa will be called late play, t
The fellowtng roarrtase
iekued us te noon today:
Name and Adareaa:
laui G-tacbniaaii. Crmaha..
tautrse Meckti. tnaalia..
Ptaaley Foua. Omaha .,
Atifa Gorlick. linm.a
Andrew Graff. Omaha
Lx-aiiic Slack, f imat.a
Fnul E Koboutrk. Oanaba.
- .. hi
Mrr kvrailra. tx
.'alter M. Buchanaa. Sioui City S4
Orraicnne M. tuiaei:y. Kiocs City Tt ,
Jet s Kagrf-ac Boutk Omaha.... 54 1
Anna 14 mam Snuta Omaba. ....... ....... a
trwt Uarsun pianswrnsth . s
Lwa Maurer. Plattemoath a
George W. Paird Omalta
Jo-blns auaujka, nmth IS
Hoae for Helpless .
May Be Established
by Rev. C. W, Savidge
Ee i Warkimr a lrpMitio U
Bj Betinkle Trvftrtj
, Xear Ilortscc.
A borne for ievilir s s be'ng pwntewip'.ate
bv Rrv. Charlea "W . fridge cf the House
ii m m secure proper as -
1U establieh suck an insula- tba Booklrverr ronteat wia probably be
ilrw oa a piece ef property aear rierenoe. ! ta fnH awtr wttbia the pext ten da'a.
The property ta mmd is Wain f-et, cn j Tbe official data for tba Hosing of the
wblch are many trees and a cottage. It I contest is Sunday, lair 1 Arter deck
Is held at H im. and Vr Sartdga ha an i of tba earning of that day Do mora
citit-a on it tor ten daya. j answers win be rerwlved.
The need of eur o a hnma was forced -upon ' W m take many hours before the force
the mind of Mr. Fanire. who la bow car- j workers wni be able ts make ad ap
ing for several Invalids st bis Hoase of ' PreciaMe dent la tba pile of answers thst
Hope- If he secures the riorenoe property
be win evert a new eottace ta coet several
Ll.oi.ea aVJlars. II,s plan te finance the
proct is to ak taxations of ta each from
1 W peopla
Police Think tkat They Ere tie
JCea B-eEjiciuible for Kazj
The roll can cf victims of th cmaoy
recent holdups la Omaha at the pofioe sta
tion was answered by several people w be
bad dell voi ed their valuables te tbe three
youthful prisoners under arrest for the rob
beries. The identification of Msraa and
Filbert was positive la three bastancea and
the negro. Bam Baxter, was also pointed
cut as baring takes a leading part la twa
of the holdups, Sana owned vp ts many
Tba three prisoners have already broken
down sufficiently ts admit having per
pertrated five or six holdups, bat seem con
fused regarding the datea and locations.
They have also admitted that ths caan
proceeds cf ths robberies bad beea "rut
BP" evenly between the members of the
fnK. while otbw valuables takea from ths
i victims had been sold ta .varioaa pawa-
' """P or usposed ox In other waya and
tba proceeds split tip between tbe three.
TROUP MAKES RULING
. CLOSING HANSON CASE
Job a H. Harte Is fclm JwAs-wteat
Aealast atcstawmat Prwpertr ta
ass af Sir,7K.s.
A ruling made by Judge Troup la dis
trict M111T4 Tl .u u .. A. .
' suits arising cut of the banptcy d
j suicide of Tolf Hanson, proprietor of the
iD-fatsd Hanson cafa and rivea Jeha H
contractor, a mechanics lien of
against tba property owned by
Ousts ve E. Bbukcrt. who leased the origi
nal building and the aita te Hanson.
Judge Troup held that as action taken
by Bhukert in having a federal court can
cel the lease made Harte's claim against
Hanson operative against Ehukart.
Blrtha sal Death..
Births Prank and Teresa Moravec, 112
North Thirty-fifth street, girl; Hugh and
Mary McAleer. 1 North Eighteenth
street, boy; G. and Angela Borgna, 11(
South Thirteenth street, girl; Mr. and Mrs.
Getheua, 07 North Twentieth, street, boy;
Bea and Sarah Vendetta. S2 Pierce street
buy: Vinoent and Albina Novotny. Hki
Bouth Thirteenth street, boy; James and
Thereea Freeden, 4fcC Popideton avenue,
nrl; Fred and Vera Engle. North
Bevomeenth street, srirl: F. and C. Itonri.
iai Bouth Twelfth atreet, girl; William and
Margaret Henneesy. fi Bouth Ninoteentfa
iJeaths Mra. Catherms fwvie, . tVS
Bouth Nineteenth street; Babr ddghlll, I
year. K Franklia atreet; p. R. Greenlun.
C. ITS evuth Twenty-fourth street; John
litalon, lii. lwuglas county botipital: K. F.
E. Km, . iwr, Ht. Mary'a avenue; Thomas
E. Kakins, lA. ft. Joseph's hospital: Henry
B. Read, -O; CI ark son hospital: Leonard
te. 1 year: Jefferson, la.; Rachael E.
Fletcher, so. Presb.vterian hospital; Carroll
Potter, 4, S3 City National tiank building.
How to Make the Babies
Comfortable in Summer
Chicago EeaJth CommiEsioner'i Eule.
First, dross the baby in
a clean cotton diaper, a gauss shirt, and
a light cotton alia. On extremely hot days
tba cotton slip may bo dispensed with. If
the baby is delicate more clothes may be
Abdominal bands should net t.V " " .
used unless ordered by a doctor. Pinning
blankets should bo discarded; baby should
ba allowed frca action of tts legs.
Baby's Bath Second, baby must havo
a tub bath every morning about the sum
hour, but never Immediately after feeding.
Regularity counts far much. IX ne bathtub
is available use a common tub. but bars it
clean. The water should be a trifle (I de
grees Fahr) warmer than the baby's body.
Uae a thermometer to ascertain the tem
perature. Babies win enjoy baths la the
right kind of mater. Csa a good non
irritating aoap. In but weather you may
; add to the baby's comfort by alas giving
it a late afternoon nponge bath. If you
permit your baby te crawl oa tbe flour
1 U0MT RUNNING V
3Z,i.mm'z- TRADE MARrt"v 0
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
SEWING f 1ACH1NES
WHEX IVURV LADY CALXR tlllX KECtlt K A SOn cnR FREE
For thcM two :) vcial low prices wlU ts made oa tie follow -lug
wr A WUaoB, iop heal
WWler at W llsoa '. . '.1'. '. '. '. '. '. . '. '. '.
Eineer, drop Lead I. Ill '.'.II'""""
A mericam .".". ".".".
IXX CL.1S STREET EXTRA hCE
OMAHA. 1. LVSL'DATl, JlMi
APPRECIABLE DENT IK TIKE
Worker. STJ Find tJut Book.leTtn'
Anivcrt Prrsert Bif Tuk.
WAITS KOTOI CLZAS A5D 02X3)
raeetteas Cawtewtaat Adda rawwilst
Uia !rtea aad Brlwe WIIMaa.
ws te Arre-p rasawwe A
sea 4aek KakMI Cr.
1 Tb sorting of answers te the pisules n
are being stacked vp every day. Speed
will be used in going through tba answers.
A system of checking baa beea devised
which will help the workers ts rush their
Job to aa ond.
Tbe method ta be weed win be tnost
erpedltloac AH those sets which bsve
C ft era answers wrong will be grouped to
gether, and ee with those containing six
teen, seventeen, eighteen, and so en.
Various kinds cf packages continue ta
arrive with answers. One set ts ta bock
form with a leather cover. Each picture
ta dTe ta water colors. Prill another ta
bound ta stiff rod leather boards.
Draartaaw ow rovers.
Several sots bave pretty drawings oa the
cover. One of these Is so well dons that it
took good enough for tba cover design
of some popular xoagaalna.
It Is needless to say ts those whose
answers coma ta with no decoration that
the beauty of tba setting will la this eon
test not affect tba value of tba answers
as prise winners. Ths decorations 1ms
sot count a bit tn the awarding of priaea,
Hundreds of letters are still coming ta
from contestant. Most of them are orders
for coupons, but many contain Qusstioss
which the contestants want answered at
once. One facetious writer put the fol
lowing postcrlpt ts his letter;
"Please have tbe Apperooa automobile
cleaned up and filled with oil before you
Bend It ta my house the morning after I
am declared a winner.
His wish will ba respected.
Admire First Prlso.
The salesrooms of tbe Apperooa Automo
bile company bave beea visited by many
people whs wished to see tba big Ap per
son touring car which win bo given as the
first prise la the Booklovors con tost. This
car ia exhibited in tba salesrooms at IHB-ot
Famaa street aad will be kept there until
after tbe prises have been awarded.
The second prise, a fS aVnote Kimball
player piano, ts exhibited at the store of
A, Hoope. where a duplicate of ft win play
la concert for you if you will visit the
store, Tbe third prise is a SoUO lot la A. P.
Tukey A Son's Her addition. Fourth prie
is a (300 Columbia Grafocola Kogent and
worth cf records. It is exhibited at the
Columbia Phonograph company's agency.
1EU-U Farnam street.
CARELESSNESS BASIS OF SUIT
Exseramws Lvr Ki
rrsst we la the
Kara aod Mrs. Mahler
ta Reoalttaar Fire.
Alleged carelessness on the j.iLrt cf an
exjireesmaa In placing a can of kerosene
ia a range while moving household effects
and neglecting to remove the can upon
arrival at the destination is made the
basis cf a suit for K,iK damages filed by
Mrs, Axina Kahler against the Kxprees
man's I "oil very ooaipast in district conn
Tuesday, la the roauJtrog firs the plain
tiff alleges that aha was asriously burned
about tba faos and arms.
F. K. Rextord. &r Rw Tork Ldfe Bldg.,
Kansas City. Mo., says: "'I had a severs
sttack of a cold which nettled tn my back
and kidneys aad I waa la groat pala from
my trouble. A friend recommended Foley
Kidney Pills aad I used twe bottles of
them aad they have done me a world of
good." For aale by all druggist.
keep the floors dean and wash the baby's
hands after It has crawlod.
BaVy"s Sap Third, baby requires lota
of fresh air; tbe mors it gets the bettor its
chances of being a atrang. healthy baby.
tor mU .m. .win. . k. , t - l 1
uwmm mwov niwT uupunam lptn purs air.
la bot woatbor keep the baby out of doors
as much as possible. Permit tutps In the
open air. la a shady place, removed from
dust aad protected from files. Ton can
rig up a good Bleeping place with chairs,
and ever these hang mosquito netting.
When ths baby Bleeps Indoors os that the
windows are opened at night as well as
day. Never have the baby sleep la the
same bed with aa adult
Baky-s Xrinh Fourth, there seems to
be a woeful lack of appreciation of the fact
that baby must faavs water to drink. Many
times when a baby cries all it wants ts a
drink of water. To be safe use water which
has been balled and cooled. Never put Ice
ia the water; it must not be los cold.
for the Victor
JCow yoa cxn enjoy in yrvar
home the biff none hits that helped
to make Georte M. Cohan to
popular w-jth theatre-coeri. The
three records jus issued are Cohan
through and throuch perfect
reproductions of his Toice and
"Arms of America March"
Any Victor 5cacf will ff'iacEy pliy these rvccrdi lor
yoa, and ft're yea a Jnly anpplement which ccm tains a com
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