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The' r?-ar tire on the old " bus " went flat and little Nancy Brook er finds her self forced to seek aid at the nearest service station. Re lieve this if you can. -Ttm^a Staff I'hototf i m pher ?V> >1; FOR THE MORNING AFTER, placing the Ihands in a bowl of electrified water is said by physicians to be a sure cure for headaches. The water is electrified by means of a simple apparatus. , ? ? I n t eriiat ion*! g ?"* /V / * ?? 1 <* ,,"V> OUD FRIEND. "DOUG" FAIRBANKS, in the role of 'Robin Hood," shot an arrow into the air from the roof of his New York hotel. He knew where it fell, for his target rained a fearful row. ? Intern* ttona I MAID IN MONTANA. The six daughters of Governor Joseph Dixon of Montana are well-known in Washington, the gover nor having served a term here in the I'nited States Senate. They ?re Dorothy, Virginia, Betty, Mary, Peggy and Florence Dixon. ?Wide World Photo?. See the News of the World HI INTERNATIONAL NEWS Released by Universal Film Exchanges THE YOUNGER MEMBERS 1 of society lent a hand in the staging of the 8 carnival at ? Pembroke Park B last evening, ? among them ? Miss Theresa Pyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pyle. ?International. TIMES PICTURE PAGE OF LIVE VIEWS AND DATE THIS WINSTED, CONN. The Penn State lion and the campus goat meet amicably after the students' campaign to raise the col lege emergency fund. The goat was the prize for the lowest score and the lion the highest. ? t'nderwood A- l*nd*?rwon<1. "CHINATOWN MAE," widow of the "King of China town," the late Hart Conroy, is the central figure around which the fight to break the "King's" will is being ktaged by his relatives. ??International. THE HEAVY HAND OF THE LAW falls on Buddy Doyle, the minstrel man at the Belasco Theater, but as the Central headquarters men are all friends of Buddy's, things may not be as bad as they seem. The scene, staged at the Union Station here, is to be used in a comedy film later by Doyle. OF FOREIGN IMPORTA TION is Miss Catherine Rad olit'fe, of Cardiff, Wales, a "bud" of this season. Miss Kadcliffe is visiting Admiral and Mrs. J. K. Robison in Washington for the winter. ? II m r r: ? Ar Kwlti* HONL1 MOONING IN THE I'. S. Lord Louis Mountbat ten, cousin of King George of England, and his bride are plan ning a visit first of all to Niagara Falls, the Mecca of newly weds. Ix)rd Louis was in the I'nited States when the Prince of Wales visited these shores two years ago. ? Internationa 1 PEMBROKE PARK, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pem broke Thom, was the meeting place for society folks yesterday afternoon and evening, when the grounds were turned over to the Woman's Welfare Association for their autumn carnival. In the group of pretty girls making the carnival a success were Miss Josephine Williford, Miss Dorothy Johnson and Miss Helen Griffin. ?International.