rhe route to the top of the world. Mount Everest, the loftiest peak in the world, photographed from an eleva
tion of 22,500 feet. One of the pictures sent back by the Royal Geographical Society's expedition.
Christmas morning and that glory of the Christmas season?the tree
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Crew of the submarine S-48, trapped for twelve hours at the bottom of the sea. The Dhoto shows them,
undaunted by their experience, "standing by" to take a sister boat, the S-51, out for a test trip. This
same crew will have another try with the S-48.
Where Princess Mary, daughter of the King and Queen
of England, will live after she becomes the bride of Viscount
Lascelles. The castle is at Goldsborough, Harrowgate, near
one of England's famous hunting grounds.
Wide World flioto.
Mrs. Ernest R. Grant,
director of children's health
crusade in Washington,
who has enrolled 36,000
children within the last
year. Eight million chil
dren have been enrolled in
the United States in the
same length of time.
? Harris 6 Curing.
Wives of cabinet members
and Mrs. Capper, wife of the
senator, leaving the Capitol
after the weekly luncheon.
Left to right: Mrs. Arthur
Capper, Mrs. Henry C. Wal
lace, Mrs. James Davis, Mrs.
Coolidge, Mrs. Herbert Hoover
and Miss Ailsa Mellon.
Christmas card sent out by King George of England. It
ipresents King Richard of England and Phillip of Prance
:tting up their standards at Acre, which town had surrender*
I in 1191.
Wlflr World TUotu.
Queen Mary's Christmas card. It shows
Queen Elizabeth, on board the Royal Hind, knight
ing Sir Francis Drake, the first Englishman to
sail around the globe.
Wide World Tlioto.
Christmas card of the Prince of Wales. It
represents Capt. James Cook hoisting the British
flag on "the great southland" of Australia in 1770,
adding that continent to the British empire.
Wide World Tboto.
Miss Ethelind Terry, in "Honeydew," a Washington
theatrical attraction during Christmas week.
Thoto by Apcda.
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