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Queen Mary visiting her hospital at Sidcup, England.
(British 0(Belli Photo. Capyrlsht by Uaderwood ft Pifcnwl) Of General Interest jNv . l\x -<ZLjA*b? ' A view of the British naval headquarters at Kola, Northern Russia, which is a base of opera tions against the bolsheviki. Photo shows British naval officers in front of headquarters. (Photo by Central New* Photo Sendee.) * At eighty-seven years of age Mrs. Elizabeth Hague is learning g*wn?thitig new. She is shown taking her first lesson in voting. Mrs. Hague is a resident of Brooklyn. With her is Miss Virginia Hylan, daughter of Mayor John F. Hylan, who is acting as a watcher. Miss Hylan has made a special study of the legal forms of registering. (Copyright by International Film 8enric?.) British admiralty head arrives here on secret mission. Sir Eric Ged des, first lord of the British admiralty, in Washington, accom panied by members of the admiralty board. The party was wel comed by Secretary Daniels and Admiral Benson. In the group, from left to right, Ad miral Benson, Secre tary Daniels, Sir Eric Geddes and Admiral Duffy of die British navy. (OopTrtcht tor IatentOonal 19b Berrkf.) French official photograph showing- a company of American troops resting after some strenuous setting-up exercises m a French village on the Marne. (French Official Photograph. Copyright by Wevtcta Xnwr Caba.) American marines resting in an advanced position of the Marne battlefield after a suc cessful encounter with the Huns. (Fiencti Official Plwtacnfk- Capjiigkt bj Writer* Ncwipaper UmloK.)