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PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY! JULY 8, 1922
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HE'S REALLY WORKING HERE. Buster Kenten
in a serious mood na he leeks after the feeding
of Buster, Jr., at their Les Angeles home
NEW BATHING FAD THE "SUNBURN TATTOO."
The bathing beauties stencil the desired initials or
design, and the sun does the rest
HEROIC SUBWAY GUARD. Frank Bradahaw, In
jured and gassed, stuck te his pest, assisting pas-
sengers from the New Yerk subway train
'A ."BALANCING ACT." J. Hixen piloting his yacht The
Geisha, winner in the classic yachting event at Burnham,
A. B. WILL, of Tennessee, gave General LeJeune, of th
United States Marine Cerps, cane he made at time of
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BIRD LOVER USES PHONOGRAPH TO TRAIN PETS.
Harry Wilkes, of 1S3G North Fifth street, and three of his
ENGLISH WOMEN CRICKETERS get instruc
tions. The proper wav te held the hands in catch
ing the ball is demonstrated
GETTING READY FOR PARIS MEEf . Miss Adeline Gehrig,
of New Yerk, will appear in international women's athletic
games. She does geed work in bread and high jumps
Bertha Specht knitting, as Emily Barth does The checker pushers are Jehn Riemppl (left) and
some drawing Sidney Berfeld
ATTENDING SUMMER SCHOOL. Beys and girls by the score are en the rolls of the Kearny Scheel, at
Marshall street and Fairmount avenue
MRS. EDGAR A.
SIRMYER will be
missed as Wash
of Consular Bureau
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GOING BACK TO THE FARM. Jehn
(left) and Calvin Coolidge, sons of Vice
President and Mrs. Coolidge, te summer
en uranaiather s iarm, near Bosten.
The United States cruiser Raleigh arrived at the yards early yesterday
Dismantling a large gun en the old battleship
Five of the many destroyers new ready te be destroyed by hammer and
the nrntvlone nrei
JUST A FEW OF THE MANY WAR CRAFT THAT HAVE BEEN DISCARDED and are new facing destruction in the yards of Henry A. Hitner's Sens Company, Pert Richmond. There is mere
tonnage at present in the Hitner "navy of crocks" than in navies of some nations
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CAMPFIRE GIRLS OPEN THEIR ANNUAL CAMP. At Camp Lenape, conducted by the Phila
delphia Campfire Girls, Martha McKeown was found combing the camp cat's fur. Main street
1 also is shown
one of the divers
VER!" Then, as they dived into the Delaware, off Plensant Hill Park. W J COONci nt Ai.nn-' xt t i. n ,.
shouted "Ain't we get fun ? Indeed, they did have a let of fun, Vven record rtlJL3- SSffi
though it was rough en the canoe
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bull s-eyes. He was photographed at Sea Girt
REGULATES TRAFFIC. Billy Wyrick
and Green streets
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RECALL TH1S.BIT OF OLD PHILADELPHIA?
. RADIO COMPASS. New
' device of Uncle Sam's is
great aid te navigation
AjL,i?IiEADYu:F0,U LKS,0N WAY T0 ATLANTIC CITY REUNION. The home
of Philadelphia Ledge, Ne. 2, at Juniper and Arch streets, is well decorated,
Charles Grakelew (left) is exalted ruler8 Furey Ellis heads the mounted guards
IT WAS A BUSY FREIGHT CENTER. The Pennsylvania
Railroad freight station that steed at Delaware and Washing
ton avenues. It was tern down ten years age. William
Wiasieffi 1118 Seuth Frent street, is the contributor
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Marien, eHins TSWel KgtfJS AND JHN KA, of River
his son, .when the Pres dmit t0" ,eturnlnf home after a long camnimr trin
.vuiU the old beats
through Canadi v p
ANNA CLUIN in fairy
tale review at Atlantic
City. She is a clevM
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