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The great Handley Page in .1 test flight at Harbor Grace,
Newfoundland, where she awaits favorable weather for her "hop-off" on her transatlantic voyage. Her pilots, Vice Admiral Mark Kerr (2d pilot, right) and Major H. G. Brackley, ( 1st pilot, left), hope to beat the time record estab? lished by the history-making Vickers-Vimy. rU'sl''nin'J!rnt,,,,, /JMMBj Remarkable recent photo- /^B graphs, brought to tins /? country in person by the l M? photographer, of Fried- I H rich Wilhelm von Ho- | H henzollern, former Crown I H Prince of Germany, now I I a recluse in his'exile on 1 BJ the Isle of Wieringen, \^M Holland. I he ex-Crown \ M Prince has aged rapidly \ vfl and bears the marks of dis- \^H sipation. His wife. ex-Crown vH Princess Cecilie. is suing him \^H f?n divorce on the ground of ex- V^B treme cruelty. Below- The mod- ^^ est cottage which houses Friedrich \ Wilhelm in his forced retreat. It is expected that he will stand trial, with the Kaiser, his father, for responsibil? ity for the war. . nuniuchuin Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer, former United States Alien Property Custodian, in academic robe and mor? tar-board at the Georgetown Univer? sity commencement exercises, where he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws._" n:?s iii^tra,;.,,, The tiny Sopwith 'plane in which Hawker and Grieve made their gallant attempt to wing the Atlantic, salvaged a* sea after its forced descent to the waves, is brought to London and hoisted tothe roof of the famous Sel fridge department store for exhibition. Belorv?The wheels of the Sopwith, courageously dropped on the "hop-off ' I in order to lighten the 'plane, are found at sea off the coast of Newfoundland and salvaged. vnar-rwoo*. Admiral William Snowden Sims, presi dent of the Naval War College, who de? livered an address at the 219th com? mencement of Yale University last week. The university conferred _ upon him the honorary ?sjHBfcfc^^^^?^^^ degree of Doctoi Left? President-Llcct Epitacio Pcssoa of Brazil, with his wife and daughter, photographed at the Waldorf-Astoria, in New York, before leaving for Washington. Dr. Pessoa's visit to this country after his Luropean tour goes fai to cement the friendship between the two great republics of North and South America. ''"'""" ''hn'" Right?Miss Anita Loos and Mr. John Emer son, collaborators in many successful screen pli for the Talmadge sister stars, were married last at Bayside, L. I., summer home of Norma Talmadge. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson were caught by the photographei in friendly alliance with Constance and Norma.