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THE STAR’S DAILY PICTORIAL PAGE
* * THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, I). Ci., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1923. REMOVING KING TITS CHARIOT. From .hr anrim.t lomb come, the vohirlr i„ .bid. King Tutankhamen probably broke the speed reputations in the vicinity of Luxor graph is on its *ay to the laboratory, accompanied by Howard Carter. . tomb, contains chariot parts, etr. Iherc is a small statue on the tray in the corner near thirty-three hundred years ago. Copjright by London Times. * Copyright by London Tinun. est the camera. Copyright by Isindun Turns. HFFK R(J\ M, PARTY IN H ASHINGTON. Photograph t ken ..i the Capitol yesterday afternoon. 1..1t Prime V-I Alice. NEW JAPANESE AMBASSADOR AND HIS STAFF. Aecoropanied by Third Assistant Secretary of State Bliss and the President’s military aide. Princess Anastasia, Prince Christopher, Mrs. Warren, wife of the senator, their hostess. At back. Lady Sarah Wilson and Mrs. Townsend Col. Sherrill, they called at the White House yesterday afternoon, where Ambassador Hanihara presented his credentials. National Photo. . ‘ Na "°““ * * lo! .'' ■ 1 " ■ ■ "■——■——■——■ -■-■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■l SECRETARY' 'W EEKS AND ADVISORY STAFF. First and exclusive photograph of the Secretary of War CARUSO COLLECTION EXHIBITED# Costumes of the great tenor on FAREWELL TO THE PRESIDENT., Secretary .of the Interior Fall, whose work ends today, and his and his staff, photographed at War Department yesterday. In front row; Maj. Gen. George O. Sqnier. display in the American Art Galleries in New York. Photo show® ' -* .. , _.,. „ ~ . .’.,. p„n u:. j,„,i,i,;„i,„. \i rs i.,„h r,n. Mr. p..n Maj. Gen. Pershing, the Secretary of War, Assistant Secretary Wainwripht. Maj. Gen. Hines and Maj. , Miss Mary Harrison looking over costumes of Rhadames in “Aida.” Orally at the White House. Left to right: Secretary Fall, hi, daughter-in-law. Mrs. Jack 1 all Mrs FaU, i Dderwood & tbeii^ w^--..—-: WL: _-- -: ,-? *€ ~.' 3 «•». z? *** SF m ■ IliS HiHBHI^ "w »;# ' *■ jBy p jit ~ 88 tJ HH -' FTRST.SIGNS OF ADJOURNYHiNT. “It’s all over now,” say the pages of Congress. This KING SALMON SUPPLIES FEAST. When Secretary of Commerce Hoover arranged lunch- FIFTY YEARS WITH UNCLE SAMS STAMPS Horace F (hatfi.-lil (centerl retirerl f r ,>.n photo shows the boys helping load senators’ books on tracks. The books are supposed eon at the Cosmos Club yesterday for agricultural editors, the big dish was a king sal- „ " LNULL SAM'S Horace t. Lhatheld (center) retired from _ to aupply “homo work” for the legislators during Jthe intermission. . mon from Puget eoond» surrounded by-Yakima potatoes, and apples from Wenatchee, tj lo ” ost ®®? ce Department yesterday after fifty years in the stamp division. Photo ’ , ■. . , Copyright by Daderwood ft XJnderwowt . Wash. _,....•' _ . . Copyright by CnSerwood A CnderwtHxt shows presentation of pipe and smoking stand by his associates. National Phot*.