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NEW YORK TRIBUNE ?thr ^ritoror ?raphit* SUNDAY OCTOBER 21, 917 Opposing Forces the Great Strugg Uncompromiiing determina tion ii portrayed in each of these composite photographe (on the left) of the heads of the fifteen Allied nations? President Woodrow Wilson, United States; King Albert, Belg'um; King George V, Great Britain; President Poineare, France; Premier Keremky. Rusiia; King Vic tor Emmanuel II, Italy; King Nicholas, Montenegio; King Peter, Serbia; King Ferdi nand, Rumania; King Alex ander. Greece; King Vagira vudh. Shm; President Ma chado, Portugal; Preeident Fong Kwo Chang, China; Emperor Yoshihito, Japan; President Menccal, Cuba? and (on the right) of the ruleri of the four Central Powen ? Kaiser Wilhelm, Germany; Kaiser Karl, Aus tria-Hungary; Czar Ferdi nand, Bulgaria; Sultan Mo hammed V, Turkey. In the composite of the Allies may be seen lomething resem bling the itrenglh noticeable in the faces of the world's greatest generals, Napoleon and Grant. Combined with the striking firmneis of the features ii an idealiim not no? ticeable in the other picture. Q _"l._f-_ bv Olioar l.tpfAncott. An intimate photograph cf Premier Uoyd George in a moment of relaxation with hii daughter and her pet dog. Vaterwaot 4 Umdarmaam. ln the firat attack after the revolution the Ruseiane captured Dz.ke Lant. a fortified "^^^Tth. Tarnopol. Thia picture wa. taken by the well know i writer and war correspondent Dr. Grondyewho w^eubeequently decorated with the Order of St. Vladimir for conapicuous bravery. whde thc troops un ~*^el^re were crossing ground tom with .hell hole. and littered with shattered dafence work* An unusual experience for the officere aboard a U. S. patrol ship in English waters, when they ara preeented to His Majeety King George. ' Central PJttee i .. rrtUt ?mt*~, '"*__?__. L__a_3 _***^** <n y$j*ik A-'V , #& I ? ?% ? ??*?*_??* *?*?