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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916,
THE LATEST NEWS PICTURES
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cai.yai:y who patrol mkxicax i'-oi ndaiiy.
General Funston, in command of American forces (arrow), is the figure stepping into
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C uV"t iiTc i T, RANK MOORE. ClEvtLANO, Q
NEWTON D BAKER.
f"f New secretary of war succeeding Lindley M. Garrison. Mr. Bak
er is 44 years old and will be the youngest member of the Wilson cabi
net. He is an attorney. For two terms he was mayor of Cleveland
and gained a reputation for fearlessness and independence. Mr. Bak
er is an active Democrat and is known as the "original Wilson man
of Ohio." He is a preparedness advocate, although a member of
practically all the peace organizations of the country.
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(!I-:XKI!AL I'ETAIX, NOW Dini-TTINd ITIKNt'lI DEFENSE OF
General Petain (figure in immediate foreground with hands be
hind back) consulting with General Baumgarten. General retain, it
has been announced, is now in command of the French forces defend
intei;atioai. 1 1 K ; 1 1 COMMISSION .E p.y seci:etai:y m.-
A I oo, ST AIM'S I'oi: SOI II I AMERICAN I'olM'S
ai:oai:i r. s. s. Tennessee.
A dislinguisbed ciiiip.in of Ar.ariciins under the leadership nf
Secret.irv Mc.lo) oi the I'nitcd St.ites Treasury, Jf t tor a visit
through South America and to attend a conference there on closer
trade relations with all the South Atnoi ic.in countt ics. The chief mem
bers of the party are among the m.-.t iullueutial in the commercial
an 1 financial affairs of t he Nation and the mission cannot fail .f im
pottant results towards the lon.r sought for end f a closer and more
intimate understanding I etueen our own country and llie Latin
Americans. An interesting story in connection with the trip which i ; being
made aboard the 17. S, arm-ircd cruiser Tennessee is that an Almost
unbroken rule of the Navv that no woman shall be carried nboaid a
battleship ut ea. has in this cast btx-n broken, as the wives of the
Cointnissionet s are accotnpanviii'4 iheir hns!iand on their South
American visit. The upper photo shows the Tennessee leaving Hamp
ton Roads with the party.
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SENATOR W.M . J. STONE OF
Chairman Senate Committee u
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SIR JOHN MAXWELL (A('('Olll)IN(i TO UEI'olM), l!l E1!S M til AM M EDA N Ti;oo -; i
SvUEZ CANAL FOLLOWING ALLEOED HINDU MLTTNV.