fit Roosevelt Being Built Across the Marne
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.. Roosevelt, the bridge across the Marne at Chateau Thierry, where thd A.
>us battles pf American history, Is being built from American contributions. ?
EJ. F. added a new nam? to
Secretary of th& Navy Wilbur accompanied by Admiral Heliry'|B. Wilson, superintends...
naval academy, reviewing the Annapolis tpjddies., for the first time since lie became navy secret j,
graduate of the academy. ' ? , M |
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hting Foot and Mouth Disease
Scenjj at a fumigation station in Washington, on the California border,
showing (tourists golnk back to their autos with their belongings after having
been thoi^ughly fumigated. This precaution is beiftg taken by all states bor
dering oi California to prevent spread of the dreaded foot and mouth disease,
now ravcglng California's cattle herds.
Looks Like a Big Apple C
A reiijjairkuble photograph of apple blossoms, taken In Kansas. The apple
crop, if thlp jbiossj)ras are a true indication, will be a large one this year.
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?eeks receiving the last American flag to float on the
' the War department's relics and treasures. At the
Above is shown Mrs. Thomas D.
Schall, wife of the blind congressman
from Minnesota, as she appears when
ready to attend to her heavy wofk of
cleaning the five rooms used by Con
gressman Schall in the Capital. Mrs.
Schall also is secretary for her hus
band and sits with him during con
gressional sessions. When It comes to
filing books and papers, Mrs. Schall
finds that overalls help a great deal.
SHE HAS GOOD LUNGS
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Miss ^ Luella Watklns of St. Paul
Minn., claims the world's record foi
long distance saxophone playing. Sh?
staged a harmonious marathon all by
herself, and played for 48 hours as a
result of a wager made with her In
BOOK RUSH WINNER
This Is Frank Warburton, winner 01
the annual book rush held on the
campus of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology. One must have a stou<
heart, a pair of strong arms and leg!
and- the Ability to "take it" in tbli
roughest of college rushes ' j
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Dr. Timothy A. Smlddy, for more
than m" year Ireland's unofficial repre
sentative ' at Washington, is likely to ]
be chosen for Ireland's first ambassa
dor td' the United states. .
TKEIR LUCK COMES LATE
Recent photograph of Mrs. William
Jennings, Bryan, invalid wife of "the
Commoner," who has arrived in Hazle
liurst, Ga., wl\ither she followed It>*y
mond T. Richey, a faith healer whom
she first heard In Bradentown, Fla.
"Medical men have been unable to
cure my infirmities," she said. "I be
lieve in divine healing and I believe
that if my faith is great enough I will
be healed." '
FIRST IRISH ENVOY?
After living ft'* three- score years
and ten in comparative poverty and
toll, two sisters, Mrs. Peter Fe-nster,
above, and Mrs. Charles Sullivan, be
low, of Boston, have Just been In
formed that they have inherited a
$21,000,000 estate in England. Mrs.
Fenster is seventy-two, and an inmate
of the city home; Mrs. Sullivan Is six
ty-nine. . ? '
TRIES FAITH HEALING
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Darby of Youngstown, Ohio, who have been mi
ried seventy years, claim the distinction of being Jthe oldest married couple i
the United Stutes. . Mr. Darby is ninety-seven years of age aiid .Mrs. Dart
ninety. In their seventy years of jnarried life thegr have never bmi separate
and the old lady proudly says that her husband never fails to kiss her j;oo
Married 70 Years and Still Happy
Pageant of the Bryn jMawr Girls
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Bryn Mawr gpllege gave its sixth May pageant on tri
revels and plays were marked with great success.
tlie collefrf- riimpus aD
the re\els and plnjs were marked with great' success. A hir^e audience
Jojed the festivities. The photograph shows a general view of t li?* <"iuir
when the May pole dance had: stopped tot a moment for the procession 1
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Above are shown Dr. Philip S. Smith and members of his I'niteo ?
geoloflcal Survey party preparing to leave Tanana, Alaska, to continue.
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survey operations of the naval petroleum reserve No.v4 in the northern a
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^U^eniew. Word has Just been received that Smith and his party
Pa8se? ,^rough the Arctic mountains, locating the headwaters o
rivers which they will descend in canoes when the ice breaks up.