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Senator Harding Told of His Nomination Remarkable Escape Due to Crotch of Tree The forum) nollflcnlion of Senator Harding of Ills nomination for the presidency by the Republicans wan a gnla event In Marlon, O. Tho Illustration shows a Pennsylvania Itcpubtlcan club inarching through thu town, and, at the left. Senator Harding delivering Ills speech of acceptance. Wounded Soldiers Learning to Be Artists Wounded soldiers, members of the associated art studios, at Camp Pelham bay, learning to bo artists, under Mort M. Burger, Instructor, They are paid by the governnmenr while learning. , Woman Rides in Motorcycle Derby , NOTED GOLF CHAMPION Mrs. Lolltfdnil lllTnriled niilto n tlirlll t hind, recently when Hho donned her goggles nnd started In the 100-mllo raco. Mrfl. Longdoh wan among the leaders when she was forced to retire on uc count of engine trouble. , ' Funeral of Gen. Gorgas in London The coilln of MnJ. (Jen. Wlllluni O. OorgiiH, U. S. A., bolng carried Into Hi. I'huPh Cathedral. London, where Impressive fuuerul services were hold. MUCH INJJTTLE MuxIco'k national debt Is about 540, 000.000 pesos (270,000.W0). Frame expects to pay W),O.V2,000,000 francs 10 operate, (lie government In ttie pivstfiit year. , , Of European Invention are cofflns made of water-proofed cordhoard, the Hum holnir attached with ultio. Young plants thrive betted, accord lug to a French botanist, If fed drops of water almost continuously than If watered copiously at Intervals, t Abo Mitchell, one ot ute most ru inous of English golfers and holder of tho world's championship for niuny years. GERMANY'S COAL KING As IJ. A. Edgar was driving through Westileld, Muss., one of the oldest and biggest elm trees of the town Bud Jenly crashed to the ground. By .sheer luck Edgar stopped his car so that the crotch of the tree saved him from Umost certain death. . . i i i i - ' Spandau Arsenal Is Now a Salvage Dump 1 jj The former nrsennl1 at Spandau, Germany, has been converted Into a salvage dump for nil wnr material In tho llerlln area, and the metal Is being used In the manufacture of peace-time articles. This photograph shows one, if the many small metal trucks being made for shipment to Fiance to be used in reconstruction work. Japanese Sailors See New York Latest picture of Herr Hugo Stlnnes German coal king, Industrial magnato and nowspnper owner, who led Ger many's fight against the allies' de mands for coal and who vus finally forced to yield at tho Spa conference, Sailors of the Japanese battleship Kasugu, in New York harbor, en routo from Maine to Japan, got "liberty" and Immediately set out to see N'ew York via observation cars. Congratulations to the Winner fl 'i'8 111 Geruld Patterson of Australia (ou right) congratulating William T. Til- den, II of Philadelphia, after the American had defeated him for the world tennis title, on the courts nt Wimbledon, hiigianu. CONDENSATIONS Canada's wheat surplus this year Is wtlmnted at lftO.000.000 bushels. Bulgaria maintains an experiment station whore 'silk worm culture Is botb taught and studtod.. Electric controls nermlt n new searchlight to be operated from points as distant as id miles. At Honolulu William S. Klouln need 09. u widower, has taken nut license to marry Mrs. Lakulla AVuhlne- nul, aged, 01, a widow. FARM HAND NOW RICH David Nlcoll Cant, a farmhand em ployed for nine years by F. C. Stnrk, at Boyleston, Muss., has been identi fied by Boston nttornoys ns one of tho heirs to a .$1,000,000 estate in Dundee. Scptland, for whom senrch hns been made for years. Mr. Cant will leavo Bpyleston soon to claim his Inherit nnce, hut llrst he wants to help his boss get his hay In. He has been a farmhand for 20 years, and averaged $22 a month wages in that time. Ho lias not written home for ten yenrs, and the fortune has been seeking him for peven. Cant 1 forty-seven years old, the youngest of six children. Symbolic Gateways. Gateways are distinctly dividing links, If one can use such a term, be tween the unknown and undeslniblo outside world, with an Intlmnte, friendly and much-to-be-deslred Insldo world or garden, says the Touchstono Magaslne. The hidden beauty of that, which the gate guards Is always lndl cnted even on the bnrren outside. Such a hint of loveliness within gives care less passersshy the deslro to go whero beauty or opportunity dwells, it R ftl suggestion of nil tho unknown won ders that dwell Just beyond where ono' stands. It Is a symbol of something! that must bo opened by knowiedgo on passed through by experience.