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1 NEW PORTRAIT of Miss Carrie Morrison. London's leading feminine barrister She is recognized as an au thority on international law _ DECK SCRUBBING and brass polishing ar- principal ac- _ tivities on the U. S. S. Texas these days. For President — I. I. Coolidge will be a passenger from Key West to Havana when he attends the Pan-American conference. DEATH SENTENCE was meted out to “Danny,” police dog of Albany. N. Y., because he killed another dog. But the pleas of his child owner, Margaret Rapp, brought a pardon for “Danny.” ■ .v- -v. ^ « w moF^ NEW YORK is to be presented with this statue of Louis Kossuth, the Magyar patriot who visited America in 1851. The 6tatuc was designed by John Horvai in his studio at Budapest._ Alt f C ...;-[jf FORMER PALS, Welby Hunt (left) and U William Edward Hickman, meet and shake j \ hands in the Los Angeles jail. Hickman’s confession, implicating Hunt in a former murder, brought about the latter’s arrest. T FIRST RIVERS in “A1 Smith’s Monument,” the sky scraper state office building being erected in Albany, w«re driven recently by Col. Frederick Stuart Greene, New York state public works superintendent "Sketch of the building also is shown. T* FOUR AMERICAN MODELS, picked by Jean Patou, noted designer of femi nine apparel, are on their way to Paris and the Patou establishment. They arc, left to right, Margaret Shea, Dolores Toomey, Kathleen Krosby and Doris Codmore._ 8,1 • '_ ALL RECORDS for catch ing game fish with a light tackle were broken by Will iam C. de Mille, of Los An geles, when he landed a 5512 pound albacore, on a three six line while fishing off Cata lina Island. Thoto shows de Mille with his catch and Cap* tain Sam Goulding (right) who .aided him. V >' VT* tzzzz H CAPITOL SQUARE, Richmond, Va., i« shown here, with equestrian IJ [statue of Washington, and Virginia state capitol in background. [ FIRST AMERICAN WOMEN to visit the interior of Tripolitania, Miss Helen Lloyd Preston (left) of New York, and Miss D. Quincy Smith, of Washington, are shown wearing the uniforms of the second squadron of Mehansti. Photo was taken in Sinanen, Tripoli. 4 J , ^_^ __<___ __ . .. ' >' =W -* HOMELESS CHILDREN is one of Russia's problems. One of the roaming youngsters is shown here in the toils •£ the police in Moscow._ __ Copyright, 1928, by Central Press Association. Inc.