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THB N'K PLUS ULTRA IN FIRE ENGINES. Two of
the four huge new motor-propelled hook and ladder trucks recently purchased to complete the motoriza tion of ihe New York Fire Department, churging up 1 Hl>th Street on a test run. "Making" Fort George Hill, in the background, at a good speed was also purt of the test. Underwood. Ilelow?A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM. And diminutive George Anthony is taking his self-im poHed job most seriously. It was at a baby beauty show Hnd pngeant that the youthful Sousa took it upon himself to jazz up the orchestra. international. Above ? NOT A FREAK MOVIE STUNT, but an act ual photograph of the kind o f mountain climbing that's all the rage thia summer in Switzerland. The at tempt to conquer the virgin summit of Mt. Everest, on which a British expedition ia now engaged, has re kindled enthusiam in this perilous sport amonp adventurous vacationists. Iniarnalionat. A DEMON FOR SPEED?The Bee, of the Detroit Yacht Club, which won the Detroit Auto Club trophy event for displacement speed boats. With her nose pointed supercil iously upward, the saucy Bee (fives a Rood imitation of a hy droplane about to as A CONC.RKSSIONAL BKAUTY WINNKK. Pretty Market Gor man, who was an entrant in the recent beauty contest started by Mr. Merrick, the "gentleman from Oklahoma," in Washington to further his bill against contests of this nature. Miss Gorman, who is only seventeen, has been selected to represent the Na tional Capitol in the Atlantic City pageant. inUrnatioh<u. ANOTHF.lt DIRIGIBLE DISASTER. All that is left of the hangar ?t Rockaway Air Station, which was recently destroyed with the Riant dirigible D-6, a kite hallnon and a blimp. The D-6 had been assigned to the I-akehurst hangar after the ZR-2 disaster, but Uncle Sam's new air station seems to carry a hoodoo. International. A MAN - MADE WATERFALL. An unusually pictur enciue view of the spillway on the .south side of the fa mous R o o h e v e 1 1 Dam, in Arizona. This was part of the Salt River irri gation project, built from 1905-1911. It is* 250 feet high and 22ft feet wide.. The reservoir has a water capacity of 420 billion gallons. Ktyttonc Vh io UNCLE SAM'S NEWEST BATTLESHIP, the U. S. S. Washington, leaving the ways at Camden, N. J., where it was christened on the first of September. Pretty little Jean Summers fin t.he oval), daughter of Repre sentative and Mrs. J. W. Summers, of Wash ington, was the youthful sponsor of this greatest of dreadnoughts. l?t,motional. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT FOLLOWS THE PONIES. In this instance they are the brightly painted wooden horses on the steam roundabout, as our merry-go-'round is called in England. The Duke hns apparently gone to the fair with the determination to miss none of the fun. international. MRS. SALMON DOES A HIGH JUMP. A twenty foot waterfall has no terrors for a female salmon when on her way to the spawning ground to lay her eggs. This athletic specimen was photogranhed while making a record leap over a cascade in the Willamette River, in Oregon. VoHrrwond.