People, Mar. 1, 1937

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

The Strohmeyer & Arpe Co. of Manhattan registered a portrait of the late King George V as a trademark for canned fish.

In Chicago Widow Ella M, Rainey realized $10,000 from the auction of the library of her late husband, Speaker of the House Henry Thomas Rainey. The quill pen with which Woodrow Wilson signed the U. S. Declaration of War against Germany brought $30.

Two days before her seventh birthday, Mary MacArthur made her stage debut unknown to the audience in the last scene...

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