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January 23, 1915
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Tf PERSONS AND PLACES THAT FIGURE IN THE DAY'S NEWS AS RECORDED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER
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often found frontier duty dull and have eftw-'' ?&P' '-'5a'"1-' . , i'" ' "V - ' ' ' K$di&& T0f -1 ' ''"" ?& rado, has announced that he has appoint- ,1
obtained various kinds of pets to enliven if' ?""' ""M'Il. M WW " . '' ' ' &&$&M?& ;-.f ' ,"$ ed Mrs. Carlson to the post of "Assistant 4
the monotonous hours spent In camp. Kf " ' XM"ifrJ - ' :- Governor." , ,1
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jjj ) SUFFRAGISTS CALL ON PRESIDENT
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Anna Howard Shaw are portrayed as they
f left the White House after asking the
President's support of the New Jersey
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SWISS SOLDIERS RESPONDING TO MOBILIZATION CALL
Alleged violations of her territory by both sides in the present war has caused Switzerland to call out her
troops to guard her frontiers. Here a column is shown on on its way to take up a position at one of the Alpine passes
THE KAISER'S YOUNGEST
This small, round chap, dressed in helmet
and full regimentals, recently delighted
crowds in front of the Imperial Palace
in Berlin by solemnly doing guard duty.
RUSSIAN FACTORY RIDDLED BY ENEMY'S SHELLS
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This building, at Lodz, was taken possession of by the Czar's troops in the recent German drive on Warsaw and
held until the Kaiser's artillery literally blew them out of the building. The picture shows how accurate was
the German fire and the piercing power of the projectiles sent f r" n miles away.
UNITED STATES REGULARS RETURNING FROM ALASKAN DUTY
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they were reviewed before Mayor Mltchel In front of New York's City HalL They will be installed at the
army post at Plattsburg, N. Y, 1
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OFFICIALS AND LEADniO MEMBERS OT THE SONS OP ITALY NOW HOLDING CONVENTION HERE
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