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river, and he's soon speeding over the
plains with those secret orders from
the "front." -
What becomes of the balloon or
the balloonist, the "movie" doesn't
Vttell. But, anyway, it's a mighty
(handy thing to know what to do
when you' qome to- a raging river
swipe the nearest balloon and fly
across if ,you're,a movie actor.
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"D'jever hear the story about-"
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"Too much" jnustard'."
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"When I was -abroad -last sum
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"Plenty ropm up front"
"We have with us this evening "
' Mexico. Cincinnafi'Eijquirer.
Brigadier-General J. J. Pershing,
who pacified the warlike Moros of the
Philippines, in command of the
Eighth "Infantry brigade now on its
way from the Presidio at San Fran
cisco forborder duty at El Paso, Tex.
BRIGHT YOUNG WOMAN HELPS
THE STARS TO SHINE
Alma Voedij-ch.) i
Ambitious women are seeking suc
cess in a brand new field, and Miss
Alma Voedisch, press agent to many
of the brilliant opera stars in the
country, is blazing the trail for other
enterprising women, to follow. Miss
Voedisch served her apprenticeship
in publicity exploitation as assistant
business manager of the Minneapolis
Symphony. Orchestra, a position she
filled for threeyears. Now she's a
full-fledged press'agent, representing
such stars at Mme. Julie Claussen,
Mildred Potter,and othernoted oper
atic artists. Making coast-to-coast
tours, signing big,' concert contracts
in big cities, securing newspaper pub
licity for stars, is all in her day's