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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 23, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 9

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GIRL OF 16 STARS IN LATEST
"PASSING SHOW"
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New -York, N. Y. On the opening
night of the Shubert&' newest Winter
Garden revue, "The Passing Show of
1914," a big hit was scored by a little
slip of a girl whose graceful dancing
and charm of'manner made her rath
er small part stand out conspicuously.
"Who is Marilynn Miler?" was Broad
way's question, and the surmise of
many was that she was a European
product. But she's nothing of the
sort Marilynn Miller was born in
Findlay, O., 16 years ago ,and has
been playing in vaudeville since she
was six in an act with her father,
mother and two older sisters.
JOHN REDMOND IS COMING TO
AMERICA AGAIN
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New York, N. Y. John E. Red
mond, Irish Nationalist leader, will
come to America August 15 to take
part in the 316th anniversary celebra
tion of the battle of Beal-on-Aith-Buid.
Redmond and several other prom
inent Irishmen and Irish-Americans
will address a mass meeting to be
held in Chicago on the Beal-on-Aith-Buid
anniversary.
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Andrew Jackson, seventh president
of the United States, was first em- ?
ployed in making saddles. . sfl
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