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*a . r" wd much pomp, royalty yet retains the elaborate ceremonies of death. The ex-King of Bavaria and his , Maria Theresa, were buried recently in the Munich Cathedral, the funeral procession being an impressive -"-Keystone View Co. .I - ,. , b The myriad-tongued bazaar of Hindustan has its counterpart in Russia. In Samara, mid the Volga famine area, the market yet shows a plentitude of animals--mostly dromedaries. .--Underwood a v.e:rl..a. 'p. ·-4 '~ - e Th myidtoqe baaro idsa asiscutrati Rusa nSmr.mdteVlg aieaetemre e shows* a· pl td ofaias-msl roeais .-U·dwws S m·rii V 4 "NL" smr., international speed skating champion, doesn't like the idea of the Nangm from the family and sc is instructing his 10-year-oid nephew, - mrnY. in the tricks of the sport. (C)--[.gtsm. view Coa ylOW THEWORLD WIGS / - £ The hardships of exile should, for former Emporer Charles and Empress Zits of Hungary, be largely imaginary in beautiful Maderim. Here is shown the world-renowr.ed harbor of Funcha. IC)--Und.rwoid & Undrmd. i *L rket yet re - ' "Odds Bods!" the Pilgrim fathers would have eclsuned had they seen any structure of this sort looming over Plymouth Rock when e civlsation still h gelds to conquer, Particularly Java whenre they set foot. The marble portico over the hallowed monolith has the natives "fash" with bows and arrows. --.Kad.l A Rrbert New .