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THE STAR’S DAILY PICTORIAL PAGE
~,>ii^BwHri* / Ji IMMWP HL HH ; : ;'^ v -®ft■;.■*. '■-..•••• • ’• #V| H ; ’ / rEr;* W* JRra|||BHS^^^^HH^^R k K- , ( * I - ifjf/f ..>••;/ i&w" I .-, 'v^ ■Ps ;, y - ■ IpK T. TI.TNAKHAMEN INFLUENCES FASHIONS. Rerent discoveries in the tomb of this Pharaoh who ruled ON SANDS AT PALM BEACH. Helen Lee Worthington, one of WASHINGTONIANS TO SEE RAY RUN. Joie Ray (left), one of the world’s greatest sprinters, will com thirty-three hundred years ago have turned the minds of fashion-makers toward other days. These hat the Follies stars, and her pet, Jake, pose for the camera man. pete in the Georgetown games in Washington a week from tonight. Photo shows Joie congratulating styles were brought out in New York during the past few days. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. Copyright b/ Underwood & Underwood. Willie Gitola (center), after latter won mile-and-threc-Quarter race ill New York. • _ > -• Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. CHORUS Glßii HANK REAL LIBRARY. They read books, and this co T 0 CENTRAL AMERICA. Capt. and Harry Martel Cwynn, photograph proves it. The picture was taken back of the Hippodrome United Stales Army, who will leave Washington soon for Central A PRINCE AT PALM BEACH. Prince Christopher of Greece, husband SENATORS AT WHITE HOUSE. Senators Lodge of Massachusetts and stage in New York, and the library includes everything from “Sheik America, where Capt. Gwynn will take up his duties as military of the former Mrs. Leeds, riding in wheel chair at Palm Beach with Watson of Indiana visit President Harding. Probably, they talked cton'es* tn Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. attache. National Photo. Lady Sara Wilson. The prince and princess are spending the winter with the chief executive regarding a reorganized Senate, the reorgani in Florida. % Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. zation to take place after March 4. National Uhoto. GRATIFYING THEIR AMBITIONS. Washin^or.youngsters P ons of Mr and Mrs. Ed- CANARY'S SONG BY HADIO. “Jenny Lind’" is the first canary to have her voice broadcast- ™,™ ,oa *«„' „. „.„.,,„ , r . . ward B. McLean, with Masters George and Albert \anderbilt, sons of Mrs. Ray Baker, , , radio so that it was heard all ove r the country. “Jenny** is owned by Miss Dor- DRIVING THE GATOR TO DRINK. Miss Helen Neider of New York sits on the trussed run the “listening express” at Palm Beach. Copyright by Lnderwood * Underwood. mhyDegel of Pittsburgh. Wide World Photo. animal’s back and guides him around Palm Beach’s alligator farm. Wide W’orld Photo. coin Karraany, wfao Marine Corps February 10, after a GREAT CATHEDRAL FOR WASHINGTON. Plans for the completion of the national Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul service of thirty years. He was com- PLAY TO DECIDE DISTRICT SERIES. Crack basket ha 11 players of the Washington barracks who will meet the Wal- V were announced recently at the annual convention of the Episcopal diocese of Washington. The beautiful building missioned a lieutenant in 188. i. and ter R<?pd Hogpital team toD ight to decide d District o f Columbia series. Both teams are looking forward to vie will cost $10,000,000, and rival the celebrated structures of Europe. Photograph from THE EVENING BTAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1923.