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The German aviators have given as their
excuse for dropping bombs on hospitals that they were unable to see the Red Cross markings. This photograph, taken from a height of over a mile, gives the aviator's view of a French hospital on the banks of the Aisne near Soissons. The hospital buildings are seen directly beneath, with unmistakable markings. In the shadow at the left of the road, and across the river, are the zig-zag lines of the trenches; while lined up in the inclosure of trees between the main hospital buildings and the river are the ambulances awaiting their call. ? Vnderuoori if Vmlorn-ootl PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE PRESIDENT LINCOLN taken on the next to the last trip to France of the U. S. transport which was torpedoed and sunk on May 31. Photographs by J. K. Ford American troop? crossing on the President Lincoln on the trip before her last one. The President Lincoln in the U-boat zone, with the troops wearing life belts'. In the distance is a cruiser of the convoy. Cognac and Frenchie, the bloodhounds of the President Lincoln. As they are not mentioned in the casualty list it is supposed that they were rescued.