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6 NEW YORK TRIBUNE
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The Cream of t^l
The West
Point Cadets
on p a r ?i d e
just before
entering for
the grad?
uation exer?
cises. They
are being re?
viewed o n
the Parade
Grounds by
Secretary of
War Baker
and General
Hugh L.
Scott.
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The British Commission arrives at the Union Station in Washing
ton for war conferences. Colonel Harts, Arthur J. Balfour. j
**a*rr ? British Foreign Minister, in the centre, with Secretary Lansing j
to the riiiht On the left (face painted out) a Secret Service j
officer, who cannot he photographed.
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Secretary of War Baker (near centre) awardii
senior class was graduated several weeks ahead ?.Ij
in order that the new officers might begin
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"Wake Up America"' Day in NW
marchers is seen coming down Pit?
viewed from the famous Flatiron :
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| | .mies of the city gather in siju.ids ol seventy-five to form a Red I
| Cioss auxiliary .it the Kdison building, in Fifteenth Street. They f
give p.irt of then leisure time to the making of bandages and j
| surgical dressings, which are turned out daily by the hundreds. ]
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The giant
battleship
New Mexico
is launched
at the Brook
1 y n navy
yard. It is the
l.wgest boat
in the Ameri
can navy, of
32.000 tons
displace?
ment, and
will burn oil
excluai vely.
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tened by Miss
Margaret de
Baca, daugh?
ter of the
former Gov?
ernor of New
Mexico.
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The American Government has at la>r come to ordenng a supply ol the
new Lewis machine guns for army use lleic aie ?liowu ?i-veial experts
testing out the gun at the Winthrop, Md piuvtug grounds The gun
can be fired from the shoulder, as hue, |uM a? easily as hom the
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A spectacular feature of the "Wake Up America" parade was an impersonation of
A'.,raham Lincoln by Benjamin Chapin. In an antique carriage the pseudo Liberator rode
down Fifth Avenue, followed by a detachment of Boy Scouts bearing illuminated signs.
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The French cruiser Jeanne d'Arc arrives
ference with the Navy Department. M* -.
comrade-at-arms after a ceremonious ex-H

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