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January 28, 1915
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PERSONS AND PLACES THAT FIGURE IN THE DAY'S NEWS AS RECORDED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER
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FRENCH SOLDIERS GIVE GERMAN DIPLOMAT THE
These troopers in Alsace, being well protected by their trenches,
decided to give the enemy something to shoot at and so rigged up
this dummy, which they duly decorated with a cross taken from a
prisoner. It has been riddled with German bullets.
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SHE WON THREE PRIZES WITH
Young Miss Madeline Grubb, of 1214 North
idth street, recently entered a doll-dressing
contest held at a "movie" theatre. She
took the first three prizes, her "yellow kids"
scoring abig hit. The picture reveals her
as a little bashful, but justly proud.
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THE PAINTER NOW PRODUCES HIS WAR-PORTRAYING
Professor Klein Chevalier, a Berlin artist, is shown busy on one of
the first paintings of the present war. His subject is "The Receipt of
the First News of Victory." Soldiers invalided home from the front
are acting as models. It would be curious to know what future
generations will think of the canvas.
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WANTS ALL MEN TO OWN LAND
Mrs. Haviland B. Lund is called "a little
woman with a big idea." She would give
each jobless man a tract to till the only
trouble being that men with tracts are
already using them.
$1,000,000 LINER SINKS IN COLLISION
Members of the crew of the liner Washing
tonian, who were picked up after the col
lision of the Hawaiian-American liner
Washingtonian and the American schooner
Elizabeth Palmer "off the Delaware Capes,
in which both vessels were lost.
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LORLYS ELTON ROGERS
New York lawyer whose wife has sued for
divorce alter "the other woman" had pois
oned her two children by him.
JOSEPH W. WEAR
Contenders in the preliminary round
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of the national doubles championship held yesterday at the RacquetClub. Messrs. Davis and
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MRS. HAVELOCK ELLIS
Wife of the English scientist and writer,
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this country to study social conauuoae.