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AND THE "HARE," the latter in this case being a two-kid power locomotive out San Francisco way, while the tortoise is Anastasia, a 600 year-old shellback of Golden Gate Park. "Ann," despite her years, is still able to daily haul the chil? dren visitors about the park. KadeUi Herbert NO WONDER THE BELGIAN ARMY made such a good showing against the invading Germans, if these two gigantic soldiers escorting a wee Antwerp lad down Main Street are a sample of the rank and file. As a matter of fact they're but individuals of normal size dolled up to advertise a new^A chocolate. _^^__t_| International _/^____H__B "SILLER BEA ST? IES." Sandy Mac Gregor, a Scotch comedian from Kil marnock, visits the Rosebank fur farms, on Prince Edward Island, and poses for our camera man with a quartet of preciou3 young silver foxes. A9 Sandy remarked : "Come to my airms, ye bonnie wee sleek't beasties; ye're siller foxes, but ye're worth your weight in gowd." How'd you like to have them around your neck next winter, girls? Underwood. THE CROUCH IRON, a historic in? strument of torture, is demonstrated aboard the old Brit? ish convict ship Suc? cess, now lving in the Hudson off 129th Street. The prisoner? was sentenced to from one to twenty four hours, according to his offense, in this diabolical double strip of iron which made fast his neck, wrists and ankles. Right?A CANINE AVIATOR. Toy, a six-months-old Bos tion terrier and mas? cot of a San Fran? cisco aviation com? pany, who walks with ease the wings of a plane in flight. Kadvl & Herbert. Left ? NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF THE GIRL SCOUTS, Mrs. Jane Deeter Rippin, who is on her way to attend the Interna? tional Conference of Girl Scout Commis? sioners from twenty six countries, which will be held in Lon? don late this month. Mrs. Rippin goes as the representative of the 104,000 Girl Scouts of this coun? try. I "GAIETY," as typified in this appealing maid? en's head which is part of the wondrous bronze and marble monument by Edmund von Hellmer, teacher of many American f sculptors, in memory of Strauss, the famous Viennese waltz king, which was unveiled in the Austrian capital two weeks ago to-day. Orare .Inert. AN ADDED START? ER FOR THE "FOL? LIES." Miss Helen Pachaud, an attrac? tive California lass, all dressed up in an appealing redskin feather outfit in which it is reported she will soon do a sertsational Indian dance with the "Zieg feld Follies." International "THE APPLES," an interesting canvas, particularly to thirsty Americans, which won a gold medal at the Paris 1921 Spring Salon for French painters. The triple panel is from the brush of Robert Salles. Syndicate _?- la t'ruprirtr ArtUtt ique-Aronit.