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NEWS OF THE WORLD AS SEEN BY
THE CAMERA'S EYE. RICH HISTORICAL CARNIVAL. London—A record crowd of visitors took part this year in the Rice Carnival Masquerades and Balls and watched the beautiful gigantic cars pass along the streets and public gardens along the sea front. new ®EC,PiF'r\Rv OP AGRICUL TURE VISITS THE PRESIDENT. Secretary of Agriculture Jardine, as he entered his car after visiting President Ooolidge ut White House. AN 11 YEAR OLD EVANGELIST. Atlanta, Ga,—Eleven, year old Mary pullilone, in characteristic pose, who has startled the country with her sermons and evangelistic discourses. THE INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT COOLIDGE. President Coolidge taking the oath of office as thirtieth President of the United States, as administered by Chief Justice Taft. '.......-.—.... ■ .. t;;* JAKE SCHAEFFER. Chicago—Jake Schaeffer, world famous billiardist, who set a world’s record by running 400 in big tournament here. His op ponent- Hagenlacher never touched the cue, except for bank shot A YOUNG LADY IN DISTRESS Los Angeles—Maxine Sellke, a student at the University of Southern California, whose mother vows that she shall never trim her locks, which are indeed very beautiful. Maxine is but 16 and is studying to become an analytical chemist. ■ I r/flYlMl inn-I WJM«. * • - £ 1- LA’S. GOVERNOR IN OVERALLS. Ormond Beach. Fla.—Gov. John W Martin working on his orange grove plantation. He picks and hauls the oranges and is always active about the plantation.