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THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1915
A RUSSIAN INFANTRY REGIMIiNT RESTING IN A SMALL GALICIAN VILLAGE
AFTER DESPERATE MARCHING AND FIGHTING.
PRINCE SAID IIALIM, NEW GRAND VIZIER (PRIME
MINISTER) OF TURKEY.
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GENER L von SCIIUHERT.
ARTILLERY COMMANDFR OF THE GERMAN ARMY.
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. THE TENNIS COURT
Editor Gardkn Island:
The suggestions olTered in tlie
last issue of your paper by a friend
of the piiper and The Lihue Ten
nis Clut are very good.
The Executive Committee of our
club has for some time realized
the necessity of moving the fence
out about six feet and also chang
ing the frame work supporting the
wire netting which now obstructs
the view of partie? sitting in auto
mobiles, but lack of funds bus r.ot
permiiec! these improvements with
out putting the club in debt. The
revenue derived from dues is only
sufficient to keep up the courts,
buy balls and meet other small ex
penses. Our Executive Committee hopes
to be a bit; to secure money from
private sources in the near future
to make these improvements. The
matter of a scoring device is a'so
being taken up. This will be
fastened on each side of the um
pire chairs and show the scores of
the games in progress, and will be
large enough to be seen at a gowd
The Lihue Tennis Club,
By its President.
WINTER SCENE IN BRITISH TRENCHES.
(Feb. L'2, I7:!L'.)
Eternal minie of Washington!
Thy nii'in'ry is a crceti today
Ah when, after your battles won.
You ruled our land in iK-ant-ful sway.
Tlie shadow of your mighty worth
Huh never dinitni'd and never can,
For an we v!rlirute your birth
We know you're still our greateHt man.
The father of your country drar
And founder ot its strength and truth,
Whow heart and soul from year to year
Have been the goal of every youth.
As I'at-h yi'ar brings around again
Your day and fame, we know that we
Must write your dt-eds in letters plain
In books of immortality !
Your noble head our stamps adorn
Ami thus we show to all mankind
That on this date to us wa born
Aii one whoso, like we eanii'.t find.
P.ut-yoii to all the earth, a now
Have Ih'i'H the foree wbit-h feadsuson.
Ami we to you in honor bow,
Ki'iueinb'.'riiig that first great dawn
)f liberty and manliness.
When out of chaos earn" a world
Of strength and noble kindliness,
O'er which Old (llory was unfurled.
Your liriniiess and your magnitude
Have showed us bow yoor (iylils were
The world ewes yon its gratitude,
1 1 1 .ti i .1-: :il name of Wasbington.
J. A. Com us.
A meeting of the Lihue Ttnni3
Club was held last night for the
purpose of devising ways and
means for raisin: funds for im
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ZOUAVES IN BATTLE WITH A GERMAN AEROPLANE.
This squad of Zouaves armed with an aero machine-gun and a sighter are engaged in a fight
with a German "Taube"
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GERMANS MAKE USE OF ONE-MAN TRENCH IDF. A.
When time is precious and elalioratc defenses and trenches cannot be constructed, the Ger
mans make use of a system of individual dugouts, which besides leing a great relief to the men
from the cold winds are also a gt d nCectimi from the shells of the enemy. These trenches
can be dug in a veiy l.ltle time a feature which makes them very attractive to men in great