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Graphic Section UWlM WASHINGTON, D. O.. JUNE 8, 1919 Rotogravure Supplement Hintn by Cbapmau, Staff photographr*.' Cleaning up on the Rhine. American soldiers have instituted an era of genuine cleanliness in the towns they are occupy ing in Germany, and the photograph shows a group of them on "police." ? < Eleanor McAdoo, President Wilson's grandchild, celebrates her fourth birthday. She insisted on five candles on her cake, however, the fifth, as she explained it. beina "to grow on. Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Copenhaver, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry E. Copenhaver of Washington, whose engage ment is announced to Edward H. Crumpston of Rochester, N. Y. M iss Copenhaver gradu ated from Vassar and was one of the "daisy chain" girls. ^ iJnn ?lin-i. I i""iu ('??uiml \>w- i Members of the congressional committee of the National Woman Suffrage Association who presented the suffrage bill to the House. Left to right: Miss Mabel Willard of Massachusetts. Mrs. Edmund Post of Kentucky, Mrs. Helen Gardener of Washington, D. C.: Mrs. Maud Wood Park of Massachusetts. Mrs Lewis Walker of New Jersey, Mrs. Marjorie Shuler of New York and Mrs. Caroline Reilly of Illinois. 1 ?!.??! ? 11% I ' ? j I ' When Secretary of the Navy Daniels received the new House of Representatives committee on naval affairs.