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Time Washington ' Water babies chute-the chutes at Salt Lake City. Utah, where the bathing season does not lack sun shiny weather and balmy winds. This is the latest idea in aquatic sports for the youngsters. rjKlvMunv Vi?-\v lu Baron James Henry de Rothschild, a scion of the French branch of the fam ily noted for its banking activities in Europe, comes to America to study our methods of handling money. The baron will spend three years in America. ?Kt'.v-lom- View (o. Marthe and Paule, daughters of the newly arrived military attache of the French embassy. Col. George Dumont. Photo snapped in the embassy garden. WW.: WurlJ Alanson B. Houghton, the newly appointed ambassador to Germany, sails with his two daughters, Matilda and Elizabeth, for his post in Berlin. -iK'-i-l View Mme. Maria Jcritza, Metropoli tan songbird, returns to her home in Austria after a successful season in America. She will return in the autumn. Wlilc AVurld l'liot'i. Leaders in the coal strike photographed in Washington. Left to right: Rep resentative John I. Nolan, chairman of labor committee; John L. Lewis, presi dent of the United .Mine Workers; Frank Morrison, secretary of the American Federation of Labor, and Samuel Gompers. president of the Federation.