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Mrs. Charles Henry Pozer, wife of Maj. Pozer cf thr. Canadian forces, who went to England with her husband in 1916, and upon his departure for France she served with the Canadian Service Corps and drove an ambu lance in London for over two years. Mrs. Pozer formerlv lived in Alexandria, Va., being a daughter of Dr. Kate Waller Barrett. 1* Washington men decorated. Frcm left to right: Assistant Secretary Roosevelt. Secre tary Daniels, Maj. George K. Schuler, who won the distinguished service medal; Maj. I Alphonse Decarre, distinguished service cross: Gunnery Sergt. Charles F. Hoffman, con gressional medal of honor; Gen. Barnett. I'll"!" I \ SUIT Pli-I. -;I I . JL kfcl Mrs. J. H. Towers, wife of Commander Towers, 1715 19th street northwest. Com mander Towers has charge of transatlantic flights. 1*1. ? ? \ S??>! !? ? _?! :i; i - f ?*??- - "Cho Cho," the first clown employed by the U. S. government. He is in the direct employ of the Interior Department, an expositor of the principles of health for the bureau of education. "Cho Cho" always gets an audience. The pen offer ed to Premier Clemenceau with which to J sign the peace I pact. It is of | gold, inscribed t with the pre mier's name. A: I'iiiIitwinmI. Selling children in the public streets in C hina, a custom which the Methodist Episcopal Church hopes to stop. Baby girls of very poor families are sometimes disposed of in this way. Of the $105,000,000 which the Missionary Centenary will sptfnd on world recon struction $7,501,588 will be used in China. I'ilm S??r\l?. . Statue of Gen. Bclivar, a gift from Venezuela to the United States, which is rapidly nearing completion. The sculptor, Mrs. Sally Jones Fainham, is seated at the base of the statue. (C, K< ?itiUM- View Co The latest photograph of Mmc. Jacquemaire, daughter of Premier Clemenceau. She is wearing the croix de guerre, one of the many medals she re ceived for heroic war work. l.*|i<h*r\v?MMl & I 111I<TU<M<1I. Ichn Murrell of Washington caught this tarpon, which weighs eighty-five pounds, at Punta Gorda on May 13. It is believed to be the largest fish caught bv a Washine;tonian this year. It measures five feet and ten inches and was sent to A. W. Leeke, a business associate. IMioto I iy St II fl I * 11 ? ? t < ? l: 1111111 <i.