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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, July 25, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Image 14

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SEEN HERE AND HEREABOUTS BY TIMES STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
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Classroom work I part of the traicotoredteoyatdotng
Revenue bureau. This picture showt r thheirebdtewithaagood
tensive course In some of the ner ro
the supervision of a trained eaIstructor rnoadhcomejentiWa
Cturn tell their troubles to the instructorand he hi wen of the caestao sec of the Irnm
that gave them trouble In their respective districts. When the men have gone through a course in
Washington they are sent back to their home statios to heap Uncle Sam collect full measure of taxes.
Almost every hour in the
sell for 50 cen day there's a Tidal Basin
Bathing Beach beauty sun
ning herself on the sand.
You'll admit that this is a
real beauty. You could look
a long, long time at her and
not hurt your eyes at all.
S h e oe
arounuls
I ~~In tim t
4.be "cuht
by thea
A noon-day meal, a whole watermelon for "Babe" Ogle, a 385
pounder, who likes 'em 'red to the rind.' Ogle was a policeman foro
15 years and retired for a life along the water front. "tabe" is 6t
feet 4 inches tall and does no training except to rush melons fort
stoie ofnese howue anti-ru oav gonea haie awopd
W higoin from 5 a.o n to nsupece. boo tight. and COgeivs
A ~ ~ ~ Ltl Moordy measawhoe waemlWio Bb"Oleo, a h 3 eenlyar
tedThere are lots of beautie down at the Tidal
leBain Bathing Beach every day. The rent
feet4 ichestal an doe notraiingexcpt t ruh meonsfor"beauty contest" brought out many, many bath
oing queens. There were a whole lot of 'em who
1717 S street S. E. .didn't go in the contest. Miss Anna H-ayden,
130 Tennessee avepue, might hav, gone in and
won had she entered. The Times' camera man
thinks mihe could.
.Little Mary Jessie Wilson, who recently ar
rived at SanFrancisco from Honolulu, having
traveled the entire distance alone. She is all
alone in the world except
for an aunt, to whom she
came to make her home,
in Sambial, Tex.
Maybe you think it was
Your brains that were
responsible for your mak
ing so much money last
year; maybe you think
that without you, per
tonally, the corporation
with which you are con.
neted euld not have
got along, or maybe you
think that you have some
special talent or knack of
doing things that made
Your corporation money.
If so YOU want to pay,
the least amount of money
to Uncle Sam In in.
come tanes. Just what
You think of yourself may not be what Uincle .4am :hinkx of you . Anyhow, he haq H. C. We*
Flr g , Kton an chief of the personal rervice section of the Internal Revenue lDureau to decide just
Frt oto ph of the cortege at the funeral services for Maj. Gen. William C. Gorgas A.. for such questions, and on Mr. Weston's judgment he either loses or gains millions of dollarsa a
weily of Washington. held In St. Paul's Cathedral, London. The tof fin. inointt ~I o, n 94 cqrrage and year. The principal corporations that come under the direction of Mr. Weston are public ah
draped with the American flag, was born* through the streets of Lonan with n inilliary escort and was cuntantp insurance brkerr, avertsing agents and numerous other corporations Into which en.
view by a larb ththec.
er4ano
thJoku

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