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Ski experts assemble at Cary, 111., for t Se annual championship meet. Barney
Reilly Is here seen making the longest jump of the meet. hm rnniionnl Filn Yamada Kosaku is said in Japan to have been the first composer who has written what may be called international music. Among his operas are "War Shouts and Peace," "Flowers of White Datura'' and "The Seventh Woman." ??'- UlnclH I The bank that goes everywhere?Selling war savings stamps on a streetcar Tribuni Servie Mme. Melba is appearing once more in opera? another debt of New Yorkers to the Chicago Opera Company. Photo Broothorn Melbourne qifj?rgflt-M^iiiiiMPUimwwiiiwii'1 Phoebe Foster, who plays the heroine in quest of romance in "The Gipsy Frail." Maurice Qaidoer0 Emma Dunn as Angie in "Old Lady 31 " Miss Dunn is duplicating her success of last season. Clara Joel as th?^ vampire in "Business Before Pleasure. Miss Joel is on record that she is not a vampire and that she was born in Jersey City. White Stnel-.t. At the bottom of the pyramid is Fred Stone and at the ape* V.olet Zeil Both are in "Jack o' Lantern "