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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 16, 1922, Image 72

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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.
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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.
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Marthe and Paule, daughters of the newly arrived military
attache of the French embassy. Col. George Dumont. Photo
snapped in the embassy garden.
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Alanson B. Houghton, the newly appointed ambassador to Germany, sails
with his two daughters, Matilda and Elizabeth, for his post in Berlin.
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Mme. Maria Jcritza, Metropoli
tan songbird, returns to her home
in Austria after a successful season
in America. She will return in the
autumn.
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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.

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