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The News in Pictures
I | < |j i \ | N Ml > I \ l< * 1 .. .. ————- ■ . ■ ■ —•■■■—• —— \ ONK OF l NCLK SAM'S TH\IMNii CAMPS \ I'l ER HLI/Z VIU) HU H the foreground with his sh.rt sleeve - ro.wd up. L* u- p.n concern him or his mode of dress in the least. A *■! SF „ £*& y - jt' .p^-dS wm p '> ' * -- _ jO_ -- - - A NEWSPAPER PROM COOP OIJ) L. S. \.~The fighters in th i* the newspaper which they’re devouring '-o eagerly is from Lars hot * • .:» \ - l of America. For these Tommies were recruited in America by th Hn* - < sion. The machine-gun “pillbox' behind them is one taken from the <»«••?: an drive by Field Marshal Haig. It’s now behind the British lines. W 7 t- . * i r<- , . Ti • _ • ,r • ...-,: -iit •'* m II . • ! -* jmffi s£.,/:' ■v— r? A GOODRICH COAST PATROL DIR’GIBII ftUU-T rry £*- UN'. TED rAT r "> *» ■ LiaSl tii +«.*££ -gUflam * - Jjf V. ' ■* . -x -% J)|Rl(,mi KS TO DOTHKIR HIT IN PUOTKt TIV, \MUIH W <o\>l coast patrol dirigible, built in the* I ’nited States, is the t\i«> o’ a •»* * 'h“ ? • ’ ‘ '** J '' ' V patrolling and protecting Ametican coasts, and men are being ■:.. n* ■. “sausage;''* are capable of staying at one place in tlv an, an<; higher altitude D tan airplane.-. The iifting power of the ding. >* than the aeroplane, -vr.y.e the on v dra vbarks are that ‘ >• n • « plane and that it is more vulnerable to the enemies’ artillery. ■'*• “ t — w . L WHKKK IUK (,lf \T HA I.IK \\ KXI’I.OSJON <»< < I KKKH—TH, rlmti. I■ - * or the gt eat munitions explosion at Halifax, shows m th*> foreground and across the bay looking toward Dartmouth, the Belgian relief hip It rammed the French munitions >hip Mont Blanc, may l* *een y She u«- Ik>ju I t e indicated by the arrow. The .Mont Blanc is under cow? of the wreckage in the son jrn to DETROIT TIMES AMERICA’S CLEANEST NEWSPAPER HKI-l CHEER FOR CHILDREN OF 1 HHITEKS— -3 in V vr V<>hl/ <* •■ .. u tor • <* i W‘>m»*n Service. «*f win n Mi* r tr* 1 1 [ j I M <$ jef r ' 7 " " IT, ; ' V fc . t VftflEfe* -ar > y ■ ! (HU SHORT.y*K !> IM)l(\Ti;i) illlMOl I VHKDIRVTION OT THK \N \K—This ccne i' ty pi ■■••»• o : !K ~ t J .’ i 1 . i iiT nu - tand «i, Vm *', V,,V. ‘ ;.s ",. ;r vHm'i soapi'ox wayons and vehicle* of all kinds, to brinj? home a t * j- •* ; itn , p i . m k ver \ before. with the m]uirem*nt> *>f the Kovernnunt taking r*-* •llS# y<k £f C s*]s£&& ' ■i,V **.'"'■ - > S %y&'* / v •■•. kjr / /' • • >r ▼ r s *®EA" r : , V! ; • * Jr » . . ■ - i&Jfam* Jy-M lp Jr ? w I • r - -r«.<<gr A - 1 I KKV< II SNII’KRS "I’K KIM. Ol F" 111 \S—Out id' in the ttvef the l-Vm-i . .."1m n !»• • -/htn v t < lot mans in hand-to-hand • roant*!- for .ion of a V’rrnrh torn. .1 t fi* ?, unvhodv ground. lin i* r»*rich have torn in, pu hiri# the* (.iermans to the cent* rof • , • ‘■• ■■■ *»• ■ ' ii• '! ■ ! • • .'.i 1 . ::,;ii * • n '■ • > •. * 1 •. . 4 t. ■ ~ i(* p,:|pin;: :n twht * pot .by sniping from th* ruin, of ,i budding l>l«tst**d l>y the Hur ■ Shortly aftm thj: photograph was taken the Orman were driven out and the villag-* js now behind ML ?: Ui I iIK VMKKH \N SAMI Ain SECTION \T FRENC H FRONT — Th»* ;U>o\f» ? a L ‘;f» \ rmv; U‘i*if the Ain^richn Sanitary Section at the h rench front. If ’.\ ill f >1 ; .a*iound for thnr thr\ have umm! Old »i » v \\\tje i?ii Hie I* ;*r»* t«• ]< 1t i life M*riousl>\ and arc ifoinyr helped in their effort. - ' l.*\ the f»rit* i I ii '> ; ; ■<• aJ-o taken in the picture, nevert.heles , the lighter things of hf*’ ape*'•»! to them, ii i * fiowji tty the ban JOS which thev have taken to the front to IK'jfuife the time away. The News-In Pictures 1 N 1) K 1 H OIT: O \ E ( K N l.