New-York Tribune from New York, New York on October 18, 1918 · 9
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New-York Tribune from New York, New York · 9

New York, New York
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Friday, October 18, 1918
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h -..-g Raise ^ lf.Famous^ coticen four*' ?!?>* 54,000,000 OF LOJy? TAKEN AT CONCERT Cai'iiso, Gaili-Curci, McCjor inaek, Hei?otz and Job Itedges-'Are Star?. .ERE. lil S4,302,0?? RAISED AT B?G LOA^CONCERT " Ig Caruso, Gail?-COfci, and McCor-jA mack Helped to Break Liberty Records. CROWD Motor Corps and Canteen ^aiUrls Canvass Audience Mine, Burn.i enroi ' turne d?ctil also ?' Curd lord i Air," Scene ' f 01 e, T .in ISrmlli ^ARNEGiE HAU CROWDED il of.hlic poi :. once for;.! ? ?- ' The AKle.'l M >\ | I>H ' i-'lj ?<0 ?;?' \ ' U -v .pi ??<! for, ?A'.t fcn the rally jjntl ugh fue aubsc "$10.000 Program," Arranged Help the Campaign, Roused Great Enthusiasm; to a meeting at Carnegie Hall last ? ', under (??<> directlou-of the.Music mlttec f>f the- Liberty Loan Com, ., :, :?{?<?. $4,302,000 was obtained, which. Is " hfel,000*000 more than was ever raiaed at i 'i.or, ; irrem ? audiet i Mr. inclue* artl ?l. called ! Hedgi l? for? tli i i rt U J--T ??? ; ? i ?> n. -'?tlnj? in any other Liberty lOlMl) tint : an in It ??R b. liefiody'?t the meet'fnff saT?TTrl?iTTt lli1"^! a $10,000 program?that is. it would aso? been had not all the artists given I causo! services without price. Caruso and {.jjt w>\ Galll-Curcl and .Tohn McCormack s-I ?now! with ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ?anp ; i of m ?Ifc.tZj the j oung Kusslan violinist, and { ed>; Job/Hedgca rundo ono of 'the ; any t ? spee< lies S?f his lone: career, Arthur j j',' ,} l'ryot's American Band ?nippiied the ! subset ?an *c f i >'<*' ?jf the music. j mldJ*'j And there were eight battle-scarred ! lt],c c.h ,,,, | members ?>f the French Foreign Legion j of th] J of (in "??"'? 'sy'di^i? and marines from- the j Serv|'' t.or&; An?erJ?'a?SArmy: and Navy, and 'a de- | eo&TW narines from.ope of tlie..Brazil-'] gre'ete] ' ? >'. ; ."1_ ?m?gei ' '' r' ?narines rrom.opc or the..Brazil- l greetej ! ?c?X.1 tarr ft^rshipsi^iow in .'the. haifcof to help ! arnoui; ? ! i.| then show along: The Foreign Region-.]J^m'o?l lokjyn, j "ires Were Captain Jean Pruland. Lieu- j hfirl >b cilj tenant1 Hanielet, -Lieutenant Bourgery, j rly?" Sergeant Major Dulanen, and four pri- ? I vates* Captain Druland and Lieutenant VK inclrt have*received the highest deco 'i.y '?i'lcnr-. that Franc* has to give to lien ..; !..??? flghtifig men. When they -were Intro ?. : it' k1 th'* audience roi>e and cheered ; therrt fini three minute?. m ft Syas .said by Urnjamln Strong, r tt? C;:i*:i ot-the Liberty Loan Commit ^i'ioditrr' JtJM it wa.?) probably .true ;hat th ,? ?Wo trfim' ' h-^fV'Ti ?ii.?fa1^ bef?te on any stage had such a oT musical artists appeared.ivith *"'5.iJ^T for Subscriptions. h4 leavenly ma I'd, charmed $4, ':? or n Carnegie tcr!>' Loan last fiivisl n / r IbC ?nirijl.ti ?? ?re "i' ''"' i'?ptious ivi .the v.:> t rri*o,_ that, houj". u'Vid itii.ii taking un Ight, the great iinii was vlb'rant irl-itinn and cnlhup'.asin. There Idicrs and sailor?? crowding'the ,1'onilnd the poople of what they '^?itftd to. b.tck tij^ ivith. thetr^ dol-"; reminder were needed, and there de guests of honor,: eight men of vclf Foreign Jx^ion, their breasts v-a decorations, ov ii woldiers, ineii . fro'in ihe 5eioni, ? aonii; ?;f them With showing that they had ??nri marciied to ?ho plage from the ? door. Then came, the beloved k, and last of al). girl's of the ?Corps and tho i'anieeTi workers National LiCagU? for Women's Warmly welcomed, too, was a ii scarlet }a'ck?ts,? introduced as of our ully, Brazil." Tolikan l?y Soldier? 'a hand played-several selections. Ion Uio Stars and ^tripes?, were ?p tho aisle by two tail men in Hd. a" marine.,. .Tolui MK'oraiaclt, .ho '^laf??pangled Banner," and hem. was illustrated by a mar y ?ffectlv? tableau' of .soldierB r I nes. i>l tc bi s ai ri A Jl F 11 k I? I The Music Masters Are Giving Their Art. Will You Music Lovers bl.jKs11U JL v/UlA It AUiJlC y ? Never before has such a galaxy of artists appeared on one stage as a free-will contribution to the Cause of Freedom. Will you not act on this inspiration? And act at once? Music Maintains Morale. Liberty Bonds Maintain Liberty. Music puts soul and spirit into armies. When the flesh is weak, music revives and carries us on. So let the magnificent contribution o? the Masters lead you on to do your utmost?and more. BUY LIBERTY BONDS IT WILL SOON BE TOO LATE! We cannot have'the thrill of victory unless we go over the top right here and now. Buy Liberty Bonds, and more Liberty Bonds and still more. Buy them at any piano, music or talking machine store, or through ALLIED MUSIC DIVISION Industriell and Professional?4th Liberty Loan?105 W. 40th St., New York This space contributed for the winning of the war by Aeolian Co. American Talking Machine Co. Behning Piano Co. Riddle Piano Co. Bogart Piano Co. Bjur Bros. Becker Bros. Blackmail Talking Machine Co. C. Bruno & Son, Inc. Emanuel Blout Buegeleisen & Jacobsen Boosey & Co. Chrisman Piano Co. Cable & Sons Cameron Piano Co. Columbia Graphophone Co. De Rivas & Harris Jacob Doll & Sons Decker & Son Charles H. Ditaon & Co. S. B. Davega Co. 1. Davega, Jr., Inc. Estey( Piano Co. Edison Shop J. & C. Fischer Carl Fischer J. Fischer & Bros. Leo Fei si E. Gabler & Bro. C. F./Joepell & Co. Gretsch Mfg. Co. W. P. Haines & Co. Hardman & Peck Hinds, Hayden & Eldridge Otto Heineman Phonograph Supply Co. Otto Higel Co., Inc. Hammacher-Schlemmer & Co. James & Holstrom George Holz Jacob Bros. B. H. Janssen Krakauer Bros. Rudolph C. Koch K?hler & Campbell Piano Indus? tries Kindler & Collins Wm. Knabe & Co. Kranich & Bach Laffargue Piano Co. Ludwig & Co. Lawson & Co. Landay Bros., Inc. Mathushek Piano Co. Mansfield Piano Co. C. Meisel Music Trades Music Trade Review Musical Courier New York Talking Machine Co. Ormes, Inc. Silas E. Pearsall Co. Pathe Fr?res Phonograph Co. Pease Piano Co. Charles Pfriemer Ricca & Son Jerome H. Remick &* Co. Rettberg & Lange Standard Pneumatic Action Co. John A. Schaff G. Schirmer, Inc. Schubert Piano Co. Schencke Piano Co. Sohmer & Co. Stultz & Bauer Steinway & Sons Story & Clark Piano Co. Sonora Phonograph Sales Inc. Oscar Schmidt F. G. Smith Wm. Tonk & Bro. Victor Talking Machine Co. Wasle & Co. Winter Piano Co. Wilfred Piano Co. Weser Bros. Wing & Son The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. G. T. Williams Co. M. Witmark & Sons O. W. Wuertz Co.,

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