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Senate during Lincoln's Adminis tration, meets Senater Shertridge, the present Senater from the same State. SHE'S A "BOOKIE." Garbed as a gvpsy, this woman took her stand along the famous As-cot course in England and took bets mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWfS2m!M2m9&t MmEHJJB BJig itjtBriB mMTMiW&f ? BIBBIhKB s "'PRt r&k. jy ? KBBE b '-k- 'VH HAS YOUR MAILMAN A NEW CAP? The number plate must also have the name of the carrier or postmaster engraved en it BISHOP GARLAND, of the Episcopal Church (left), greets the Rev. Dr, Dcsidcrius Baltazar, of Hungary AMERICAN FLAG FLIES THROUGH CHINA'S WAR ZONE. Manned by Americans, this special passenger train was run between Tientsin and Peking BORN ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN te live in Philadelphia. Three baby parrots have been pre sented te the Seamen's Institute by American sailor THIS ALL-AMERICAN TEAM of champion swimmers and high divers will com pete with the best Canada has te offer in a series of international matches te be helu July 10 at St. Jehn, New Brunswick. Left te right: Ethel Baker, Gertrude Ederli, Charlette Beyle Clune, Jee Moere, Leuis Balbach, Florence Briscoe and Ailccn Riggin B.w5S5SBaaBtB.JBKjyfffc KpfijHk BJBBHIHHHBBlHMBIjHntMBIBRBHiflBBHbtri BiHBlKSwiii P' i-'x!A,M!$ by$Sw$$M HlHBBHffi '""' " .;;Lff? -i&vJV r99 ; j&,Wi5v,K,T:uK? mtimmjrx- uwrtuHHaiiimi "w3shi "-.T":.i. wmm ::iaJL 13 HIMf 'j 1 1 k. i-i -- "aiMi " 0 sqs?x! ;:'ir fill Uijftaa&S BBBiMJi'aJ -- uX i -5 x " i "' ? lTv ir wfli BlHsiVBrCW?CS r. . ' fv kw j VI "fc-J fthJ,, .1-..Tt' ' s fKir fJSxi&L. &m3AjLi3JZw BURY HERRIN MINE-BATTLE VICTIM. A band led the precession at the funeral of Joe Pitchkavich, a union miner, who was slain during rioting between striking miners and imported workers in the Illinois mine town SjBBHBBJBMgiWBrrMitiMPx ' XflBflvX fliflBAiJHKHBHBHNI AT THE INTERCOLLEGIATE TENNIS MATCHES, a snappy contest en the Merien Cricket Club courts. Wray Brown, of Washington University, and G. M Wheeler, of Yale, in Brown wen. Te the right is Phil Neer, of Leland Stanford. He is the present titleholder 6 PRINCE YORO- HITE HIGHASHI- FUSHIMI, Japanese admiral, is dead JUNIORS IN BATTLE FOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. James Kennedy and Irvin Swepc, both of Merien Gelf Club, were going toward the sixteenth hole. The Torresdale Gelf Club's last green is shown, with the clubhouse in the background. The boys are ai n again today 0 " LmfF y(3mmm DONALD D. CONN investigating the Na Na teon's transportation facilities CAPT. L A. BOST- WICK, new assistant chief of operations in the U. S. Navy BjBRB HBSCmKBBBBhBEPkBIbI CAN YOU . RECALL THIS BIT OF OLD PHILADELPHIA) CHINESE MERCHANTS VISIT MAYOR MOORE. They protested against unjust raid ing of homes of reputable Chinee. Left te right: Luther Lee, Yeung Feen, Jung hu Nin J ,L i ErkBcV , SrL '' i HvSewS Hfllp ' aUV VE H A FETE is being held this week at the Lu Lu Temple in aid of service men's hospital work. Mrs. Rebert Smith (left) and Mrs. William Burk sold flowers GEO. R. PUTNAM, Commissioner of Light houses for twelve yearsT MRS. HENRY A. WALLACE, of Iowa, visiting in Cabinet cir cles in Washington ONE OF THE OLD CENTENNIAL BUILDINGS. The Finance Building as it looked in 1870. W. H. Kekennrmc, of f318 Larchwood avenue, contributed the photograph. Send us your old Philadelphia photographs "THE LADY FROJI MINNESOTA." Mrs. Anna D, Olcsen, Democratic nominee for the United Stutes Stnate, caught with her daughter Mary TWO ELECTRICAL WISSARDiS MEET. Signer Marconi leaves yacht at Schenectady, N. Y., where he visited Dr. Chas.,F. Steinmetz CAPTAIN METCALF, the Prince of Wales and Lord Leuis Ment- of the battleship Kenewn. iney are wearing batten en the deck Japanese costumes DOWNTOWN tives of Art ftudLilltan 'N KIDDIES GET FLOWERS. At the College Settlement, 433 Christian street, represenjj! t Alliance distributed flowers gathered at Reading Terminal from commuters. Jn'n.c3A,iin 4 Mendelsen were pleased with thslr share, Miss Marien Phare represented the Art ahw- A. Bviv I' p - . ,ftl.tMlf VfNT( - 1 i i V T ; 1 1 i r, ,'!- ,r"i ! H. .,1?-.,. .'fWV?)fr.ai.