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THE SUN, SUNDAY AUGUST 10. 1919.
Mrs. Beith is the wife of Major Ian Hay Beith, who besides being a soldier of . note has done some very ex cellent writing. Photo by Hnchrncli. At right Mrs. Huntei Liggett, wife of Lieut.-Gen. Liggett, second in command to Gen. Pershing, who recently returned to this country with a remarkable war record. Phntii by Hiirhraoh. 'uiWSHWMLB (PW Atno VJ. HHH Sir maaBmmtgn now in imhb-) ' i Hill m -u n. raH oMheoperasn which pS Phnto, Hiu Ii rni ti. A recent portrait of Mrs. Enrico Caruso, wife of the famous tenor. She attends all of the operas in which her husband sings Mrs. William A. Bishop, wife of Lieut.-Col. Will iam A. Bishop, Canada's pre mier ace, and one of the greatest, if not the greatest, fliers developed during the war. Photo bv Rirlirmh Three Democratic candidates for the gubernatorial nomination in New Jersey who put forth their claims in a recent public meeting. Frcm left to right they are Edward I. Edwards, James R. Nugent and Frank H. McDermit. At right An unusual scene in from of the usually placid White House. A troop of cavalry patrolling the streets , of Washington during the recent race riots. CopyrlKlit. rwlcrwinKt ft I'nclerwooil. Mrs. A. C. Read, wife of Lieutenant-Commander Read, who successfully, flew the seaplane NC-4 to Europe from this country I'lmlii b M.K'Inni'h. At left Mrs. William -N. Hensley. Jr., wife of Col. Hensley, U. S. A vho went along as an observer on the return trip of the R-34 to England, Photo by lt.i luii h r S2 m First photograph since t h e war ended of Heligo land, the German naval fortress which is to be dismantled un der the peace t r e a t v The view is- ot the mole and the harbor Charles Terry Ross is the only child of the Rev. an Mrs. William Neely Ross of New York.