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WASHINGTON PICTORIALLY IN WAR TIME
Civilians of Washington have vol
unteered and are being trained to
follow the regular soldiers into war.
The picture shows a civilian soldier
guarding the door of an armory
while the regulars are on duty elsewhere.
NAMES OF BRITISH HIGH
COMMISSIONERS GIVEN OUT
Washington, April 20. The Brit
ish high commissioners who will be
guests of the nation were announced
by the state dep't today as follows:
Right Honorable Arthur James
Balfour, M. P., O. M.; the Honorable
Sir Eric Drummond, K. C. M. G., C.
B.; Ian Malcolm, M. P.j C. F. Dormer;
G. Butler; Rear Admiral Sir Dudley
R, S. DeChair, K C. B., M. V. O.;
Fleet Paymaster Lawford,D. S. O.,
Admiralty; Major Gen. G. Bridges,
C. M. G., D. S. O.; Capt. H. H. Spender-Clay,
M. P. ; Lord Cunliff, governor
of the Bank of England.
Supreme court upheld Sunday sa
loon closing law
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