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When Edison Gen e the World a Practical Derice
For Recording Sound \ \ itb His Talking Afachine
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reproduction of sp.cth uni other
.sound had been coiiiim. n.t in Europe
for years, it remainc.i tor a younu !
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construe! the fii-i i n ll m mm him .
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World Golf Spotlight Again on B. Jones
JSSK& iHI. m ™* ‘ , ‘ Am <F“ , '»’ ««., to Which Bobby Jones invite,l nation’s
Os Ko> ‘ v ..;.. ;;.;..| ,s competing in great comeback attempt. Photos show highlights
. v ;j p P , ~ • I u 'i ,n I,KS1 ,KS fll ' l national tournament at Morion, Pa., in 1916- center*
* Kh Ur ™** SJmb,,l,c ‘‘ l »! "•* British anil U. S. Open and Amiteur; ri E ht-ii opral
t.tce tound a; Augusta for his comeback. (Central Press l
I Vben Mussolini Became Premier,
Launching Fascist Rule in Italy
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\ _ iniiimUJWr 1
II Duce, the orator "
Boroniline more ambitious as ho
mot defeat and rebuke. Benito Mus
solini. a blacksmith's son. whoso
n.tmr was ilostinod to bet-nmo famtl
lar In every corner of the world, tin
ally brought the resignation of the
Italian cabinet m October 1 and
became, premier Back of ihis7orce
ful leader, who once had been an ~r
dent Socialist. wh n the new organize*
° f ,h “ a nationals? o?:
gamzation that had Hteadily
m'7-u’f Si " <e "* ,o|, niation.
in 1l » uscism came into power
with dramatic suddenness, and since
has become * powerful element in
woH„ politics spreading f lo ,n Italy
j time ill < I' Itie e\|ie. t.il lulls «>I its til
| lure utility > .iii I'ti d ui t imroil
iinered cvhn.lci ..oated In lampblack
for recording with a si. up metallic
j point and a funnel-; huped device for
| receiving.
niOOfi.U’H V -Horn Pel) 11.
! 1*47 ai \illan i). Edison at un
Giving the Fascist salute,
to other European countries.
BIOORaIM tV.—Benito Mussolini
was born at I»ovla, in the province
of horli, in 1883. He became in*
terested in politics at an early age,
inclining toward the radical' side!
and traveled extensively. He aban
doned Socialism during the WorJd
war. and became editor of the Po
polo di Italia, a patriotic national
ist paper To fight Bolshevism, he
aided in founding Fascism, In 1919,
and on the strength of that party
became premier three years later.
By absorbing more powers, he be*
came dictator of Italy
e.uii age l.esan to experiment tflf
cnemistry He learned telegraph
viiuie working us a railroad news,
boi and soon developed the auto.
matic telegraph repeater. His first
workshop was at Newark. N. ja
Later he moved to Menlo Park, Nj
j , and finally to East Orange N. J_*
w here he perfected many of his to-,
ventiona He died in ISSE^.
Yessir —There’s a Big Job to Be Finished 1,
>.. ? .... * j
falburt in iVunhliiytuu Uailu New
1 —-■■ui-. America's Notable Anniversaries Told in Pictures—
In The “Good Old Days”
Announcements by Clark Kinnaird, author of “Today is the Day**
moments between housewifely
chores, Mrs. Harriet B. Stowe, Cin
cinnati ministeir’g wife, penned a
story that inflamed North against
South. First edition of Uncle
Tp in’s Cabin, best-selling American
novel, appeared 82 years ago this
v ' v^..
i— S 3
Grace Cunard
Eighteen years ago. Horn in
Paris, France, Grace Cunard
starred on the American stage
before embarking- on a motion
picture career. She wrote sce
narios for many years at the same
time that she was playing lead?
in the old 101 Bison plays.
HIo 1 ORY IN THE MAKING—-Unsuspecting, Theodore Roosevelt
hunted big game in Africa, for which he. sailed 2• j**rs ago today, as
the rift developed between him and his personally chosen successor,
W, H. Taft, which caused him to run as a third party candidate in
1912 and enabled the Democrats to elect their first President in 25 year's
“T, R.” is shown (left) with • hippo he brought down.
Roosevelt Brings Truce in Auto Labor Dispute
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William Collins
William Collins, left, representa
tive of the American Federation
of Labor in Detroit, is shown
reading the telegram, above, sent
by President Roosevelt which 1
brought a temporary truce in
labor troubles at automobile fac
tories and a delay in the threat
ened strike of the auto workers;
Right. Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., pi'esi
Tenements Take More Victims
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New *y'orkVht v wfiT* i” S an ? ; Unsanitar y conditions in tenements in
wh ch ki led seven i lmax t d by a fire in East Side apartment house
of escane were fn. serson5 erson / s who . Wera trapped by the blaze. Onlv mean*
sixth of l e u rt}cal ladders (arrow). The fire was the
of its kind in less than two months, with total of 26 dead.
GUESS WHO—She was Liu-ill,*
LeSenr of Texas, six years uld,
when this was taken *» Now she j*
one of the brightest stars in th&
Hollywood constellation. This week
brings her birthday. Recognize he. '
Joan Crawford
CscsTlzr.l lhi 4 (hr. if it Frss* iur.ciiu;-
Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.
dent of General Motors company,
arriving at the parley of director*
of the National Automobile
Chamber of Commerce in New
York City

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