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April 3, 1915
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WARSHIPS, PERSONS AND SCENES FIGURING IN THE DAY'S NEWS OF A WORLD'S DOINGS DAY BY DAY
BATTLESHIP CONNECTICUT IN DRYDOCK AT LEAGUE ISLAND
The picture shows the chain around the broken right propeller of the big warcraft which forced her to seek the drydock at tho navjryard here for
repairs, which may keep her out of service for several weeks.
, Photo by Underwood & Underwood,
LADY LONDONDERRY AS A COLONEL
England is organizing women's volunteer reserves. Tho women aro taught signaling,
dispatch riding, telegraphing, motoring and camp cooking. It has been explained
that the corps is for uso only in tho event of an invasion of England. Four companies
have been formed, with Lady Londonderry as colonel.
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AT TIIE MARINE CORPS REVIEW AT LEAGUE ISLAND
Final kWtt to iaMa Se tfer ftjurae in front are Colonel Long, Commandant W. 8. Ranson,
&m fvy YW, m Cvioml waHar, saluting tho passing ranks of marines at the latest
drill at tk navy's 4oldi-i ad tailor too."
VISITORS BARRED FROM GERMAN CRUISER PRINZ EITEL
This U one of the last pictures taken of the sea rover whose arrival at Newport News was such a sensation. PhotographeraTiave since been
baniied and a fence, guaded by a sentry, keeps all curious persona at a distance.