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NEWS OF THE WORLD AS SEEN BY
THE CAMERA’S EYE. SISTERS UNDER THE SKIN. London—Members of the Middlesex Ladies A. C. parti cipating in the recent cross country race. The cross country race was a difficult one, barbed wire fences and sharp thorns adding to the difficulties. One of the girl athletes is shown torn by barbed wire. A ROYAL PRINCESS IN REGIMENTAL ATTIRE. / A very recent photograph of the beautiful Crown Princess Helene of Roumania, in -her regimental uni form. GOVERNMENT COUNSEL IN OIL FIGHT. Chicago—Atloe Pomerene, Mrs. Pomerene and Owen J. Roberts, as .hey arrived in Chicago enroute to Wyoming. Pomerene and Roberts were appointed by President Coolidge and approved by Congress to begin suit in the Federal Court at Cheyenne, Wyo. to cancel the existing leases on the Teapot Dome Naval Oil Reserve. * ■'' : : v:::::iV nYnVYrnil >***'111'1' ^1^'| |i*jjgBWW,i«,i*iMMMaM,<** SENATE COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING DAUGHERTY’S REGIME. Washington—Members of the Senate Committee appointed to conduct the official investigation of former Attorney General Daugherty and hisadministration as Chief of Department of Justice. Left to right: Sen. Wheeler of Delaware, Sen. Moses of . .ew Hampshire, Sen. Brookhart of Iowa, Chairman; Sen. Jones of Washington and Sen. Ashurst of Arizona. BONUS MEASURE PASSES LOWER HOUSE. Washington—Rep. R. R. Green of Iowa is holding the bonus bill, whi Ji has passed the House by 355 to 54. This measure calls chiefly for paid up 20-year endowment policies for war veterans. It seems a certainty that President Coolidge will veto the measure and Congress is likely to over-ride it. WILBUR APPOINTMENT IS CONFIRMED. San Francisco, Calif.—Justice Curtis Wilbur of the Cali fornia Supreme Court, with Mrs. Wflbur outside their home here. His appointment as Secretary of the Navy has been confirmed by Congress and President Coolidge has instructed him to proceed at once to the Capital to assume his duties.