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THE WASHINGTON TDIES,' WEDNESDAY,4 INfARCTf IP,1 1915. '
PICTORIAL REVIEW OF THE NEWS
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GEN. FRANCISCO VILLA, THE NATIONAL PALACE .AT MEXICO CITY. GEN. ALFREDO OBREGON, GEN. VENUSTIANA CARRANZA,
Who is planning a new military move against the Carranzista garrison This beautiful mansion has been the home of many rulers of the re-. Chief of the Carranzista garrison, To whom the United States has sent stern messages
at Mexico City, which the northern rebel leader declares he will
soon occupy with his. troops.
public, all recent dictators, except Villa and Gutierez, having
made their quarters there.
protection for foreigners in Mexico.
in Mexico City,
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AUSTRIANS AT THE FRONT.
Infantrymen in Franz Josef's army attempting to hold back the Russian advance near a village in Bukowina. Detachments of a dozen
men each, scattered in various directions, have proved to be big factors in hindering the advance of the Czar's troops.
CAPT. J. B. RANSON,
Who was charged with the safety of enough foodstuffs and general
merchandise to fill 1 ,500 'freight cars when the White Star Liner
Baltic sailed for Liverpool.
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THE HARBOR AT SMYRNA.
Scene in the busy port of Smyrna,- where the allies' shells have laid
. waste a large part of the water front.
CAPT. E. B. TOWSE,
Blind V. C. winner of the Boer
war, has gone to the front to
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MRS. W. K. VANDERB1LT, JR., AND DAUGHTER.
The snapshot was taken as Mrs. Vanderbilt left her private car in
Chicago, en route to the Panama Exposition, where she will en
jertain during the goto games to be held there,
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MARY LOUISE WANAMAKER,
The daughter of th,e Philadelphia
and New York magnate,
at Palm Beach.