THE STAR’S DAILY PICTORIAL PAGE
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I’ 1 "! V'G MES?A(«t. FROM INTERALLIED VETERAN'S. President Coolidge and group of American Legion officials al the White House yesterday. **'•’’. , , j % ■ /T TA *■ y *&'*■■.>. . ■■•*"
1 he legion officials, who represented the world war veterans of this country at congress of Interallied Veterans in France, brought a message I j
lor the President. Left to right: Col. Lrnesl Thompson of Texas, Col. Alvin Owsley, the President, Col. 11. Nelson Jackson of Vermont and * * ’’ _ „ ,m . > '■-■> '..wfSajMl
C.ij't. John Thomas Taylor. National t’Uoto. jßrx. . gm M,At T t mßa ... -iii i■. ’■---.I 'T/\ ■ s % S
$; ■'. I -' / , PLANK DEMONSTRATED VESTLRDAV. The fir-t ilkmetal airplane to make its appearanee in Washington flew from the naval air
■ j »j| t-'s*' sjh iM station at Anarostia yesterday, many government officials seeing the demonstration. The new plane carries nine passengers and weighs
A MODERN COLUMBUS AND HIS VESSEL. Alain J. Gerbault, French aviator and tennis star, and his fin* New York district, who railed *
th’rly-foot boat, in which he sailed across the Atlantic from Gibraltar to New York in 100 days. Ger- on President Coolidge yesterday. N . .
h’liift’s tr : p t\as filled with thr’lline experience*. Cop- richf i>y Kndol a llpit«—. National Photo , | .y|jp| V St 4
Kemal Pasha.* who is being credited AMERICA'S “LEVI ATH AN OF THE AIR." The ZR-1. the world's greatest dirigible, w hich is scheduled to fly
with the establishment of , peai e oxer Washington the latter part of this week. This photograph was made during a recent trial flight
with Angora. "idc World Photo over Philadelphia. All tests of the big ship have been declared successful. < "in right by KadH A Herbert
” marks Germany's tribute in the Rhone mountains to her aviators 'I jMfl t ,<||||
/ who lost their lives in the world war. Special ceremonies were jg M x Wmf \ jlT' « |RK* ”, "^ ,v ‘~Tiw|
ADMIRAL GRAYSON’S THOROUGHBRED. My Own, with Sande up, TO HONOR THE WELL KNOWN PICKLE. Senator George Wharton r _„ „„„ „„„ „ ...
winner of the National Trial Sweepstakes at Belmont Park. The Pepper of Pennsylvania and Howard Heinz of the famous'fifty-seven PRIZE BEAUTV HAS LUNGES! HAIR. Mile. V olande Valeri, one of SPLENDID FOR THE BATH TLB. franklin Adams, counselor of the
horse is owned by Admiral Cary T. Grayson, former President varieties, who called at the White House yesterday to invite Preti- the most beautiful girls of Paris, and her wealth of ■‘crowning glory. ’ Pan-American Union, holding two remarkable sponges which recently
Wilson's physician. My Own will probably test his speed with dent Coolidge to attend the fifty-fourth anniversary of the Heinz Yolande is being much sought after by manufacturers of hair tonics arrived in Washington from Batobano, Cuba. Cuba has one of the
Papyrus, winner of the English Derby. Copyright by Milter seme*. factory, in Pittsburgh. National Photo. and stage managers. ; Copyright hy Kadet ft Herbert. largest sponge fields in the world. National Photo.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., -TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1923
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