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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916,.
THE LATEST NEWS PICTURES
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MArtHlt A IWiNv. WAIN,
A Rl'.rUIHJCAN POSSiniLITY.
- Former Governor Ilerhett S. U.ullev. of Missouri, is out for the
RenuMica-i nomination for President. This has been announced in
St. Louis by A. R. Tolerton. Ridley's political lieutenant. Hadley
is not seekhi),' an instructed delegation from Missouri, but hopes to be
named a member of the platform committee at the Chicago conven-'
tion. It is his bope tint this proving- the opening wedge, the dele
gates will do the rest, according to Tolerton.
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THE TR OEDY OF SERBIA PETER, ITS H LOYINd KINT. l.OINC. TO HIS EXILE IN AN OX CART.
A most remarkable and hiloricil ticturc the puthtt'c figure of I U r. tl . K i: of Serbia, is seen seated on the ox drawn cart which
is conVeying the sorrowful old man ;nto exile. The cart, which is being ui ;iid ;is a ! oval Coach for His Majesty, had been in use as
an ammunition wagon in the Serb Army. It is said that the King will make liis home in Italy.
TUS P. GARDNER,
of Massachusetts, who has chal
lenged Col. Roosevelt to a political
debate when the Colonel speaks in
that State. He was formerly an
admirer and follower of Roosevelt,
but differed with him on the mat
ter of the recall of judges. Rep.
Gardner is the son-in-law of Sena
tor Henry Cabot Lodge and is the
man who tried to assault Rep.
Stanley at the steel hearing the
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MISS MARGARET WIL.sON PRACTICING IN Till- STUDIO
OF HER INSTRUCTOR IN PREPARATION FOR COMING
Miss Margaret Wilson the niiioiru! geniu of President Wilson's
family has achieved an enviable reputation i.i this fitld and has ap
peared at many prominent gatherings.
ADMIRAL NEAR IJUEAK WITH
Admiral Frank P. Fletcher, com
manding the Atlantic fleet, will
turn over his command to Yice
Admiral Henry T. Mayo because
of differences that have developed
between Admiral Fletcher and the
Naval War College at Newport,
according to report in Washing
ton. There has been friction be
tween Admiral Fletcher and Rear
Admiral A. M. Knight, head of
the war college, for some time.
The trouble arose over the deci
sion i n the recent naval "war
game" and came to a head when
the war college sent charges to
Secretary of the Navy Daniels that
during the "war game" imiral
Fletcher had "violated the funda
mentals of strategy."
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AUSTRIAN HATT1-RV ATTACKING A .NOW-tl.AD MONTENEGRIN BARRIER.
The white snows that cover the hills of Mi ntenet.iii .'ire rved in many places a vivid scarlet where
the life tilord of the valiant sons of the 1 tt'e -miire is b'. ing given in s.n effect to stem the tide of
Austria's ac".v.nce. SIowlv, but surely, the hi;heito uik-i, mineral !e- Monteiitgio is being crushed at
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THE CONOUEROR OF CETINJE AND POSSIBLY THE WHOLE
General Hermiu Kmvss on Kovesshaa, the Hungarian strate
gist, whose forces cunnueivd Ivangorod and Kowel. To cap his other
er suc-ess, he rcc 'Mlv ciuurd the town of Ct-t i n je-, the former seat
of the Montenegrin Gove-rnmcnt. This is the first time in the history
of the Montenegrin Kingdom that it has been compelled to bow to a