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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 15, 1916, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1$, 1916,
THE LATEST NEWS PICTURES
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GENERAL GOUTHALS AND THK COMMISSION APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT WILSON
STUDYING CAUSES OK PANAMA CANAL SLIDES.
The jjreat slides which have blocked the Panama .Canal have become a matter of such concern to the
United States that President Wilson appointed Commission to study the causes of the slides. Th photo
which was made December 20th shows General Goethals (arrow) and the Slide Commission appointed by
President Wilson viewing the slides and watching the firsr boats go through the Canal. These ships are
the first to make their wav through the great sluiceway since September.
FRENCH CYCLISTS IN BLINDING SNOW-STORM AT SALONIKI.
SERBIAN BAREFOOTED WOMEN AND CHILDREN WITH THEIR CARAVAN ARRIVING
AT A VILLAGE.
A pitiful scene similar to thousand of others in wretched Serbia. As the Teuton and Bulgar armies
advanced, terror spread among the native peasants and gathering their scant belongings fled towarns hos
pitable Roumania or Greece. The picture shows Serbian peasant women and their children fleeing bare
footed along one of Serbia's miserable roads. They are taking their cattle and household belongings with
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U. S. CONGRESSMAN INDIC
TED IN MUNITION PLOTS
Congressman Frank Buchanan,
of Illinois, who pleaded r.ot guilty
before Federal Judge Clayton to
the indictments charging him and
six others with criminal violation
of the Sherman law in connection
with activities of Labor's National
Peace Council. Judge Clayton
fixed bail at $5,000 aud paroled
IIERNY PRATIIER FLET
New United States Ambassador
THE NEW "REVOLVER" GUN OF THE GERMANS. THIS
BIG GUN HAS FIVE FIRING TUBES.
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French Rid Cross dog bringing helmet of a wounded soldier back to his comrades. They follow
immediately in search ot him.