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THE LA TE'WAR PICTinE
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AFTER THE BATTLE.
A French Ambulance Corps removing the wounded from a battlefield.
AN ARMORED OfiSlCRVATION CAR.
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THE GERMAN SUPERDREADNOUGIIT "1'RIEDRICII der GROSSE."
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FRENCH RESERVISTS FROM AMERICA IN WAR.
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HERTIIA KRUPP. THE KAISER'S MAIN SUPPORT IN THE
BIG WAR AGAINST THE ALLIES.
Tli? Baroness Bertha Krupp von Bohlen, or as she will always be
:.)ioyn, Bertha Knipp, is a charmins youiiR matron, unassuming,
charitable and beloved bv all those who have the fortune to know her,
:s iu xt to the Kaiser probablv the most conspicuous figure in the great
war which i devastating Europe. Bertha Krupp is one of two sisters,
ihe onlv cliildren of ihe late Alfred Krupp, the gunmaker of Een.
B-;eaiise of t'ie f-iot thaf the Kaiser, recognizing the gumn il;er wis mi
im: ortaat fac or in the E npire. acted as godfather to Bertha, she has
received more attention and is better known than hor sis'er WVn
Bertha Krupp was to be married she was so important a personage that
the Kaiser took upon himself the role of Cupid, and arranged her
marriaye to Baron Gustav von Bohlen and Hall a h in whom he was
interested. The success of the Germ-in ntmv is due in a great measure
to the Ktupp factoi v.
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I The bill introduced bv Rep. J.
i P. Hale in the house of Repre
sentatives providing for advance
of monev to homesteaders reai's as
Section 1. That the Territorial
Land Board be and ishereby .author
ized and directed in connection
with the granting of homesteads
to Homesteaders, to onranize and
put into opera t i n a loanii.g ss
tem under and through which
loan-, of not exceeding 500 V.)
may be made to any one person at
not to exceed ( per cent interest
per ciinum, and for a period of
time not to exceed ten years. Such
loans shall be made onlv for the
purpose of improving government
acquired homesteads and shall be
made to such honest, industrious,
temperate, economical, persons
as in the judgment of said Board
with the property acquired and
improved as security will reason
ably insure the repayment of such
loan with interest within the time
fixed. The terms of payment
shall be iirn.nged as the said Board
mav deem wise and be such as will
repay the loan with interest by
the time set for the maturity of
Section 2. That ti t said Land
Board is hereby authorized t o
make rules and regulations, im
pose ail conditions, appoint till
agents and d all things necessary
to carry out the foregoing provi
sions ard not inconsistent therewith.
j Section 3. That for the pur
1 pose of instituting and carrying on
operations under the system herein
provided for. the sum ot One
Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00)
Dollars is hereby appropriated out
of anv money in the Treasury not
otherwise appropriated to continue
available until used, and said
Board shall submit annual reports
to the Governor of its operations
hereunder, and on estimat-- of the
amount reasonably necessary for
the ensuing biennial period.
Section 4. This Act shall take
effect from the date of its approval.
The same member introduced
the following: ,
Section 1. - All iniDrovpments
constructed, btilt or grown by i ny
J homesuader upon his or her home
j stead, shall be exempt from taxa
TURKEY'S FANANTICAL KURDS'
REAR ADMIRAL SIR DAVID BEATTY, COMMANDER O
THE FIRST CRUISER SQUADRON OF THE BRITISH NAVY.
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House Bill No 81, introduced by
.M-.icSeiiiauve J. k. Kuia of Ka
uai provides that a husband de
serting the wife, or vice versa, may
H e punished by any district magis
trate with a fino not exceeding $1imi
;or imprisonment fur nut more than