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THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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WEDDING OF THE GERMAN fltAwnrtrtcs nAnr.HYTfp
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' - GUARDED BV ITS ARMY AGAINST REVOLUTIONISTS. Had it not been for the war which is ending the German nation, the weddin of Fraulein I yo
"auia" Ar"y with its lone cannon of a vintage of other davs. eathered outside H, '"mann-nonweK, tne naugnter of the German Imperial Chancellor, to Count von Zecu-Burkersroda,
me rresi.icnt, reativ to resist any assault of the revolutionary forces which assembled hefnr th. ,7i. . na.Ye.Dee a. Krana court fe e with all its attends pomp and ceremony. But in keeping with the
prior lo the death of the President The conimandii.tr Pf.Prfli nf tl. .rnn, nn,uiA ir .1 . "l ,! s.er," anairs ot tlie nation, the ceremony was marked by its simplicity. The nhotoeraph shows Dart of
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s the crowd of women who stood behind the flower Rirls watching the German Chancellor walking down the
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an forgot everything else but the big event, the wedding of his daughter to the man of her choice.
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ADMIRAL, INVENTS FLYING TORPEDO BOAT.
Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, U. S. N., former chief of opera
tions of the navy department, but now retired and attached to the
staff of the Naval War College at Newport, is the inventor of a flying
torpedo boat on which patents have just been granted by the U. S,
Patent Office. Admiral iske's flying boat is designed for a great
carrying capacity and is equipped with apparatus to carry and launch
from the air the regulation Whitehead torpedo. The torpedo dropped
from a great height has its propelling mechanism started by. the im
pact with the water and so can be directed against warships which are
under ordinary circumstances safe inside a fortified harbor,
RUSSIAN ARTILLERY GOING INTO ACTION.
Russian artillery has become famous as the most useful and efficient of the Czar's force9 in the
field. They are highly trained and have on more than one occasion proved their value. A gun crew and
the horses are seen here pulling their guns through a stream at full speed.
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MRS.. PANK HURST LEADS 50,000 WOMEN DEMANDING WORK ON ' MUNITIONS TO SAVK
Enormous crowds of women thronged Victoria Embankment July 17th despite a drizzling rain to
participate in the women's procession voicing the demand that the British Government utilize women in
the work of making ammunition and in replacing the men. It is estimated that 50.000 worn i
the procession which was led by Mrs. Emineline Pankhurst (3rd from left, front rank) With ti, r,a .
raders were also a number of titled women including Lady Colebrook, Lady Knollys and Mrs Waldorf T GtRMAN ARMY REBUILDING THE LEMBERG BRIDGE AFTER THE LATTER HAD
Astor' ' BEEN DESTROYED BY THE RUSSIANS IN THIER RETREAT.
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