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class show Mayor Moore how to attack unruly prisonei ,
during his vis't to t c city's model farm
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IN' THE DELAWARE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. The semi-final round was reached yesterday. Miss Virginia Caipcntor
(left), representing the Philadelphia Cricket Club, eliminated Miss Mary Porcher, a clubmatc, and wjts then defeated by
Mrs. W. P. Newhall, of the Gcrmantown Cricket Club. At the right is Miss Mildred Willard uitsi-r J-hoio sorw
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AT WILMINGTON. Mrs. G. G. Green, Woodbury,
N. J. (left), and Mrs. M. S. Rupert, Wilmington, battle
on links of Wilmington Country Club i.. r. s.
A FIRST PRIZE JUMP. M. nrM
L. Redmond, a Now York society owner
and rider, on Radiant wide world rhotA
EUGENE CORRI, well-known English fight referee, who i
on his way to this country. He is holding twins, prize
winners at a London baby show in Tn . n
SAVED GOVERNMENT $10,000,000. Major M. .1.
( cnnolly stopped destruction of war explosives
!r u-mg material in load building n i '
FASHION SHOW. Gins of Biincy Public School, Ninth and Lin i
ley streets, show garments made under tutorship of their teachers.
Charlotte Lewis with kimono and Marie Weber wearing sports uit
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IN SCOTLAND. The First King's Dragoon Guards acted as escort to the Lord High Commissioner,''
the Duke of Suthorland,.at opening of the Scottish Assembly. The guards are just leaving the St,
Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh omrai n. rhoto.
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PLAYING VAY ACROSS CONTINENT. Professor Charles Seegcr, formerlyofthe University pt
California, his wife and three sons, arrived in Philadelphia, yesterday. They areSin their way to Nc
Yoik. When not in tents, the fnmily live in the trailer lAierSboto sn-vi.
SAND PARTY Mar Hu-hr and Mario F.c-ming, both
citizens of Germantown, dig into the beach at Atlnntic Cit ,
as they spend a short ai.ition ' .
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TWO LONDON STAGE FOLK. '1 he Dolly sisturb were met in Hyde Park, as
they gae their famous collie dogs, which are well known to English playgoer,
an outing u i .i s pimt
Iff OUR CITY'S WORKERS AND WHAT THEY DO . SgMlSS MAIL!
lf TODAY'S BOAT RACK. The varsity eipht of Cornell University, as they skim over tho watcrt
of the Hudson, preparing for the hard work ahead of them, this afternoon, when they take part in tne
lcguttn, at Poutfhkcepsic, New York
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AGNES RINDGE, i Rndcliire, bcnior, visual- CHARLES AI. DARRAGH. Twenty-tw'o years in
izfhg how tho college girls nre 'rnsing tho the mall delivery service, Route: Eleventh to
roof' to1 ga endowment fund - Tweuth'onU Arch to CollowhllMrccta u. v. b.v
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0J7 the J. h, Kinsey School, ,
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autographed to. Mrs. Harding unaprwo4 Vl
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