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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1)15.
THE LA TEST WAR PICTURES
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COPYRiOHT UNOIPWOOO UNDENWOOD H. V.
ENVOYS AND LANSING IN CONFERENCE LEAN TO RECOONITION OF CaRRANZA AS
HEAD OF MEXICAN GOVERNMENT.
A specially posed photograph of Secretary of State Lansing in conference at the Hotel Biltmore.
New York, September 18th. with the Litin-Anierican Ministers regarding the Mexican situation. Seated
around the table from left to right are: Senor don Ignacio Calderon, of Bolivia; Senor don Carlos Maria
de Pena, of Uruguay; Senor don Taoquim Mendez. of Guatemala; E. C. Sweet, the Secretary of the Con
ference, of Washington; Senor Ronuilo S. Noan. ot Argentina; Senor Doniinico de Gama. of Brazil; Sec
retary Lansing and Senor don Eduardo Suarez Mujica, of Chili. The diplomats decided that the time is
ripe for the recognition of a stable government in Mexico and at their next meeting in Washington, early
in October, will decide which party is to be recognized. The decision of the conferees is interpreted sis the
complete diplomatic triumph of General Cnrranzn and his revolutionary cause In spite ol the determined
and well c anized opposition of vested interests both in his own countrv and the United States. Carratiza
has steadfastly adhered to his promises.
RUSSIAN HOWITZER BATTERY READY FOR ACTION'.
The artillery of the Russians is said to be highly efficient and the Russians attribute their retire
ment before the Germans to their lack of ammunition.
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A CLOSE VIEW OF FRENCH LIQUID FIUE Al'PAR TU- SENDING THICK COLUMNS OF
FLMES ACROSS THE ENEMY'S TRENCHES.
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NOTED CONSULTING ENGINEER AND GRADUATE OF U. S.
NAVAL ACADEMY NAMED AS ADVISOR TO -NAVY.
Andrew Murray Hunt, of San Francisco, a graduate ot" the Unit
ed States Naval Academy, whose woik as consulting engineer covered
widely varied engineering activiti's. including hydro electric develop
ments, irrigition steam power plants, gas plants, oil refineries, cetntnt
manufacturing pl.mis and heayy acid plants, is ? member of the new
Navv Advisory Hoard.
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GERMAN RED CROSS DOGS FOLLOWING VICTORIOUS GERMANS INTO RUSSIA.
So valuable an acquisition has the Red Cro.-s dog become that the ambulance divisons of the war
ring armies would as soon think of going to the front without their first aid kits, as to leave behind
them their four-footed aides. Tlie photograph shows a detail of ambulance men accompanied by their dogs
ct: route with the German army into Russia.
YUAN SHI KAI. PRESIDENT O:- THE CII IXE SE REPUBLIC.
There are rumors that China will twin iliuvu its lepui.luan form
of government and take up a monarch v nun in in which cae it i mo
bable that Yuan Shi Kai will be the first Emieror.