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LOOK WHO'S PUST1NG TRUSTS
JOHN D,'S DAUGHTER
Rome. Mrs Harold McCormick
can smasn a trust as ettectively as
her father, John D. Rockefeller, can
build one. Mrs.' McCormick came" to
Home to study music she remained
to smash the music publishers' trust.
It was at the suggestion of her close
friend, and musical mentor, Sig.
Campanini, director of the Chicago
Grand Opera Company, that Mrs.
McCormick offered a prize of $4,000
for the best lyric opera written by an
unknown writer, and thus, making its
production possible without the aid
of the trust.
There are 7,833 rural teachers ii.
the state, of Kansas.
MOVIE PRODUCER IS NICKNAMED
Herny McRae is a western pro
ducer who does big outdoor picture
Because he never tires of work and
because his people are so devoted to
him that they will work many extra
hours for him without complaining,
McRae has gained the nickname of
By the way, McRae is one of the
principal directors at the big Univer
sal ranch in Southern California.
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A TREAT FOR HER ,
"Supposing I give you your sup
per," said the tired-looking woman,
what will you do to earn' it? -
".Madain, said Meandering Mike,
'I'll give you de opportunity of seein
a man go t'roo a whole, meal wit'out
findin' fault wit' a single t'ing."
The woman thought for a moment
and then told him to come, in" and.
she'd set the table. N. Y.. World.