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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, November 07, 1920, Image 52

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YOUNG AMERI?
CA VISITS THE
SPOT VV II E K E
THE ARMISTICE
WAS SIGNED. A
dozen of the 300
Hoy Scouts who
recently toured
the battlefields of
the t great war
gathered about the
tree where Foeh
signed the armis?
tice. To furnish
similar advantages
in practical citi
7, o n s li i (i to as
many as possible
.)f th" t.r.O.O(M) ui.
organized boys of
scout rige ?i: !4'i'> ?'ii
t'i* New York i*
the purpose of the
present campaign.
ONE OF UNCLE
SA M ' S NATIONAL
BTRDS, a year - old
bald-headed eagle with
a seven - foot wing
spread, became care?
less r e c en t I y and
soared over the inter
national line into Man?
itoba, with the result
that he was clipped by
an amateur shot, a
florist of Winnipeg.
who is shown in ?>ur
picture proudly ex?
hibiting his feathered
prize.
/.??i/in/i d I .,;.,.,,,,'
SE"? Mor i; m .
STONE, a Chicago
artist, and a ivpro
diiction of the life
size portrait ho has
?ust completed of
.Mrs. Woodrow Wil
son. Mr. Stone has
painted several mem?
bers of the Cabinet
and I heir families and
his portraits have at
tracted more than
usual attention. We
will now take a ris
?ng vole of those in
favor <.tf fhc artist's
taste in furs.
h< yiitone
Left TO CUBA
VIA HIKE. Beverly
Bayard and Lorlhie
Davis, two pretty
California maids, who
recently walked across
the U. S. A. to New
York, are now hiking
to Cuba by way of
Florida astride bikes.
Our photographer has
snapped them at In?
dependence Hall (true
daughters of Inde?
pendence they!) in
Philadelphia.
? ?n?aii? .,.?/
Right A LOVELY
II A 1. I. O W E E N
(?HOST was Lefa la
Vine, a classic danc?
er, who dressed is a
lady of 1870, stepped
fiom an -Md picture
frame to welcome the
newly arrived ?xii is
of many nationalities
who are members of
the V. W C. A.'s new
home for its Interna
tional Institute the
old Princeton Club in
Gramcrcy Park.
?
THOMAS A. EDISON, over seventy-two years
young. America's foremost inventor snapped
the other day in the wizard's laboratory, wh re
he is now at work on a machine of supernatural
portent, which, if successful, 'tis rumored will
put oiiij.-i boards out i^i business. ???????;?
w ?
SOMETHING NEW
PYROTECHNICS I
a i r [i ! i n ? illuminait
With -?....-raj tirew a
V does si ??.. specUi...
A tailspins ovei Ota
?pA Park, '.iliforiua. :%
??^A the camera n -w
tos \ the .tlii-ve weir: -I
'?7 Vulto - |
I Left?Mr il
Girl ?Scoot ?
?.-??j I Greater Nt?,
Il splendid orA
H?f / il y engaireo?
/ in a stn It'
' / campaign. F
^9 /
:.8r/ ? !?(-?(,!
W/ I.AMI:
PV effect
/ last name is.
Hop',,- i ,i ?twhile ?''
from I . upi last *?(
tin" i I ? ?al vent
she is abo it to ilivorrel
Joy? e. a \ nun? milli ?
--??
i
JOHNNY HARVARD OUT FOR FALL CREW PRAC
chasers are busily engaged in the Stad urn
swarms with would-be member- of next year's crews.
advantage of Boston's Indian summer.

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