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SCENES- AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY
GAME THAT FELL VICTIMS TO RIFLES OF CITY OFFICIALS J ; :
Director, of public Safety Porter and Receiver of Taxes Kendrlck recently sought recreation from official duties by disappearing Into the
wilds of Pike County in search of game. Here is what they brought back. These ten deer may be seen hanging at the plant of the Welsbrod-
& Hess brewery, at Frankford road and Adams street. They provo that Messrs. Porter and Kendrlck are entitled to' respect oo Nlmrods.
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UTANTES' WHO WILL ATTEND ARMY GAME HERE
Miss Dorothv I. Mason is the daughter of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Newton Mason, of
Washington, and Is deemed'one of the prettiest girls in capital society. She will be among the
feminine rooters here on the Navy side at Franklin Field, next Saturday, November 28.
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ONE OF THE GERMAN SUBMARINES WHICH HAS' OiyEN THE DRITI8H NAVY SOME ANXIOUS MOMENTS
This is No. 14 of the "U" class which has figured so much in the news of German operations by sea. The famous U-0 is a slater craft.
"U" by the way, simply stands for "Unterseeboot," tho German word for submarine. Literally translated, it means "underseaboat." The
sinking of the great British dreadnought Audacious is now ascribed to one of these stealthy vessels, which apparently roamed far from base.
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LARGE AND SMALL TYPES OF GERMAN SUBMARINES
Thia photograph Illustrates strikingly the diffweaca la the. sues of the Kaiser's under-water
craft. The smaller vessel is maintained mostly fr harbor defense, but tho larger la capable of
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than to' meet this warship, as her name Is the German one for Lorrake, tho province
wkleh Germany took from France in th war of 1870. The vessel carriaa tour these
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