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Tebruary 19. 1922
Washington 3feral6 Rotogravure 3ttaaa*lne 6 \RI. VECKL\CES odSkrn of'Ve/veti/ Ccvdiness MADH SO AND KEPT SO rtenHacteSw i^Bar jo*Box 1 C5^0==;< Joseph Anthony Atchison's bust of C?ruso. ^ich * r??morial committee will present the Capi tal. (C) Uadrrwood A I niliirood. Twas an Arms Limitation (Conference, but the ar med guards were there, all the same?a whole corri pany of Marines (the 74th, from the Sixth Regime nt, Quantico, Va.j. These officers and men were also the first military outfit on the scene of the Kni ckerbocker disaster. Washington Photo Hrrrtcc. Viola Dana, who will appear in person at 'joew's Palace four days, commencing today, Some more undress uniform stunts at Boding Field. Offi cers. this time, "enjoying" volleyball.. Kwinjr Kl I What happens in a phone exchange after you have responded to "Num\ please," was graphically demonstrated to Wash ington Roiarians at a recent luncheon by fair operators from the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. Now they know "the whole works," and will never register impatience again, they say. An Alaska-Palm Beach composite, seen durine the re cent freeze at Boiling Field. The martyr is Miss Lois Huggins. (CI Harrit * E? inc tOCKK* StLYttWAtS QUALITY HAS WON FOft ELK GRO VE BUTTER GOLDEN & CO. - - Distributors TNI BUFFALC ??AVU?t CO . IMC.. IUFFAL*. M.