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Gy&nd Oper3. Voices
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Not every baby may be lulled to
sleep by the flute-like voice of a
beautiful prima donna.
But it is this baby's good fortune,
for the child's mother is Alma Gluck.
Judging by the salary paid Alma
Gluck for public appearances, our
Esther Falkenstein Settlement
House Woman's club eelcted follow
ing officers: President, Mrs. Minnie
Faulkner; vice pres., Anna Raggio;
cor. sec'y, Mrs. Minnie Meyer; rec.
sec'y, Mrs. Kate Mitchell; Press sec'y,
Mrs. . Anne Schneider; treas., Mrs.
statistical editor says this babe e&
joys about $4,00 worth of lullabies
Well, perhaps the smiling motfcea
believes it is worth it
Miss Gluck is the wife of Zimbal
ist, famous pianist
WOMEN TO PLAY- BIG PART
The 40,000 women who will march
in the suffrage parade here June 7
will be Jed-by. a colunm-o irlft rep
resenting the different states. Twelve
strong, uhsfty girls will march first,
dressed in white, representing tho
suffrage states. They will be fol
lowed by 36 others dressed in black.
The parade will attempt to prove to
the Republican convention that the
G.(6. P. nTeds a suffrage plank.
Wife of C. J. Milligan filed $25,000
suit against Thos. Moran, Ins., sa
loonkeeper, 75 W. Randolph, and
estate of M. C. Sterns, under dram
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