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THE STAR’S DAILY PICTORIAL PAGE
f.OST JOHN D., JR., A MILLION. A part of the famous “Hunt of the FINISH OF EXCITING DOG DERBY. “Smoky’* Gaston and his team in the streets of Ashton, Idaho. Thousand tv t> I nicorif tapestry, purchased in France recently by John D. Rocke* witnessed the classic. Gaston received a loving cup and a purse of $6OO, the winner's share of the prize money. Wide World Photo. WAS A FAVORITE IN RACE. Miss Lydia Hutchinson was chalked up teller, jr., for a sum reported to be a million dollars. The famous tap- as t * ie favorite driver in the recent dog derby at Ashton, Idaho, but woven finished third the Photo taken her Ru--i.m I TO I’AY THEIK OW'N EXPENSES. Senators George H. Moses of Nov* police dog, claims to be the “Valentino of the dog world,” anti his to the throne of Russia it is claimed plans are now under way, with *^^^^^BB^Brtll^BiHßHl^HßLeenaaesa*aaMmßaßm«™Bß*^***J Hampshire and Hiram Johnson of California, who will leave Wash- claims are broadcasted by radio. The remarkable dog is now playing the Grand Duchess Victoria Feodorovna and Princess Marie Kira, at NFWFST CfIMPI FTFH Th» a. f._. t „f ~ ~..,„ mgton after the adjournment of Congress to study conditions abroad. 9lar parts in the movies. Copyright by Underwood A Underwood. Cannes. The late czar was his cousin. EWorld Phot,. readv for maiden‘vLge Thfs boat isoLofrix ofthe same k?nd 1). iMrlm-nt. It ho- a-, I«f M/. kn ; ., ; . “.a T ,. T ftn „ MITCir , ... BLACK BALL ON WHITE FIELD. Any season is a good golf season in £ MUSIC lO ORIENT. Evelione Taglione, a young pianist,.who has been appearing in Lon- Minneapolis. The first spring round was played a few days ago by UNITED STATES DELEGATION TO CONFERENCE. Photograph taken yesterday of delegates selected to * *.p. • t i *' or f , or .. Pp! 1 . two years, intends to teach the mnstc of the Occident in China soon. Mrs. W. F. Britten and Mrs. S. M. Waters. They used a black ball in represent the United States at Pan-American conference, in Santiago, Chile. The conference start* i noto shows live of her little Chinese students in New York. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. the snow. Wlda World Photo. March 25. National Photo. a ■■EBP I- .■■; HHHHnHHi AN EASTER BONNET, The very latest idea in spring millinery, accord- OPENED PARLIAMENT IN AFRICA. The Prince and Princess of Con- A GENIUS FROM A CELLAR. Izaak Frid, twelve years old, and an THIRTY POUNDS OF ORANGES. And they'all grew on one braorh, |ng to New i ork fashion makers. The horsehair hat is draped with naught, who opened the Union parliament, in Cape Town, a few days orphan, who' has earned a bit of bread and a night's lodging by carv- which was exhibited recently by the Los Angeles Chamber of Com iace, the brim surrounded with berries. _ „ a*®- The opening was marked with pomp like that attending the ing toys. The yonng genius was recently discovered in a Russian cel- merce. Thirty-six oranges grew on a single stem. They came from jaiHa JiftfW OSBlDgutt fioairlt yeuer, RRHWS fls lilC fiftifiU jWjiMVSL WldsJForlil Shots. |»y T J’hQtd fhotv>hifi feu#S®( IllktiOli Wide World Phot*. Tulare county, Calif, Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. • THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1923.