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AMERICA LOOKED GOOD to William Coffin, U. S. Consul General at Berlin, who arrived home yesterday for a rest and to make a firat hand report on Germany. IMPORTANT TESTI MONY on the situation in Palestinet was given at the Congressional hearing this week by Rabbi David Philip son. AMERICAN MEN ARE CREDITED with fine manners and good sense by Princess Rhoda Ateresko of Roumania. She has gone to Hawaii for a visit but says she is coming back to choose herself a husband from her many admirers in the United States. The Princess is an attractive spinster. AN AUTOMATIC REVOLVER, wielded by this young lady, Irene Grandstedt, fourteen years old, of Mountain View, Cali fornia, caused the death of her youthful sweetheart, Harold Galloway, aged seventeen. She says she borrowed the pistol to frighten the lad into an apology for insulting remarks. THE FLAPPER OF THE MENAGERIE in the Ringling Barnum-Bailey circus this year is Sub-Deb Sue, an adolescent tigress. They may be lying, but the circus folks assert that thcjr named her after the character made famous by Miss Mildred Brown in The Washington Times accounts of society doing*. nau.AM TYLER PAG!?, clerk of the House of Repre sentatives, is likely to be n candidate for the seat occu pied by Senator France of Maryland. FOUR THOUSAND PIECES OF GLASS and twelve years of work were required by Abraham Schayer, of Cincinnati, in the building of this remarkable picture. FLYING A KITE from an aeroplane is one of the latest stunts in Uncle Sam's air Bervice. Here is C. M. M. Ryan, demonstrating the launching of a radio kite from an F-&-L plane. The test was made over the government aviation field near Anacostia, and watched by many Navy experts. QUEEN OF THE MAY in San Francisco this year will b?? charming and gifted little Joan Woodbury. One hundred children will be gentlemen-in-waiting and maids-of-honor in the court of this young lady. She looks efficient enough to carry the honors with grace and dignity befitting the occasion. THIS PICTURE IS RICHT SIDE UP, although the gentle man isn't. It shows Mitchell Gratwick, crack athlete of Harvard University, some eleven feet up in the air. The photograph was taken at the track meet for Harvard, Univer sity of Virginia and the Navy, at Annapolis. Gratwick the pole vault. HERE'S THE MAN who twists the lion's tails. He is Heinr. Hagenbeck, of Ger many, noted animal trainer, here to study American THE AUTHOR OF THREE WEEKS, photographed on deck of the S. S. Olympic. Elinor Glyn, the famous English authoress, says she was shocked by the doings of youngsters in their teens who were members of the very best families in America. She has gone to England to tell them all about it. THE JUNIOR CHESS (TtAMPIONSHIP ot Florida was won by Miss Genevieve Griffin, of Washington, wlio has jnst returned fr<?m the warm breezes of Palm Beach. MEDICAL SHARPS of the United States were delighted to welcome to their conven tion in this city Dr. Kevarnath Dos, noted physician of Cal cutta. TIN CAN TOURISTS in legions are now camping on the site set aside for them hy the government near the Fifteenth street entrance to Potomac Park. THE STEERAGE was good enhugh for Baron Holger Rosenkranz, who with his mother, the Baroness, arrived on the S. S. Resolute traveling third class. HUNDREDS OF WOUND ED SOLDIERS could not attend the Johnny Jones show, so they brought the show to them. See the News of the World THEATERS SHOWING INTERNATIONAL NEWS Universal Film Exchanges ?