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SATURDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY" 13, 1922. m THE WORLD AS FLASHED BY THE CAMERA Union Leaders Arrested in Labor War When Dempsey Tried His "Parley Vous' U.S. Marines Entrain for Peking i -aw r 4. A H A?r t ' '"Z 0 , Zi.: fir. ' tit j--' t ' ..ji-t.'f-f i Tutrol wagons and detectiTeg In front of Jiic4iri Bulidinff Trades Council headquarters waiting for labor-leader prisoners. Leaders of the Chicago Building Trades Council were arrested by police in their search for evidence as to the identity of the four bombers , who murdered two policemen and wounded a third in the lat est labor war outbreak. Big Tim" Murphy, Fred Mader, president of the council, and Cornelius Shea were arrested at the labor headquarters. The wax'is the result of the Landis award m arbitrating wage differences between the building trades and employers. M is1 if .v.-.-.-. l -4' j First picture of United States marines marching to entrain lor Peking to reinforce Amerfcaa troops there guarding United States legauion in Chinese civil war. Peggy s Latest A President in the Bleachers And the Smlie Goes With It Telephone Joke . .w, t- 1 r.i- t , .... j4i hvKti 9 4 fit?- Juek Driiipsej with his two fair Fiench admirers at the Longrhaiups race course. "This is some town," remarked Jack Dempsey when he looked over Paris during li is present European jaunt. And when he attended the races at Longchamps, where Parisian beauties and fashion plates promenaded he repeated his Napoleonic comment. Jack says he's getting along fairly with his French, thank you. Grapefruit" in Bottles Marilyn Miller with the loving cup given to the fastest amateur wire less receiver m New England. It s the gift of the lioston lladio Exposition. Alexander Graham Hell, who in vented the telephone, will not have one in his home, but thinks the radir is Q. K. 9 t 4 L O ! I i fir T L li :! I -1 i Tr sw-iJ I it? iril!. t! . Ill 1 - 1 1 -TfcV -J. . This photo of Peggy Joyce, light hearted and enjoying a cigaret, was President and Mrs. Harding sitting in the bleachers at the Ameri- taken in front of the Claridge, can Legion field meet in the District of Columbia. Nest to th presi- j Paris, just a week before William dent is Watson B. Miller, district commander of the legion, and next j Errazuriz committed suicide be- to the First Lady, Col. James A. Drain, past district commander. cause of his unrequieted love for . "V r" Caught in the Act ' On Guard !illlilil!)!Mtilitii.i,iiiiii;ii-iililiiiii(ii:l Tne latest rum runner's trick a carload of hootch in boxes labeled iiimiJiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiimiliil "t "grapefruit," seized by revenue officers at Jacksonville, Fla. Steering a Steer Twenty-six Race Horses Victims in Fire - ,- y- -y v f f y- - -) - 1 -Xt Art - 5 V ? ,v1 VxfJiy:mh, 'W f' , r, , - - z i f , t't - ' f. x x. a ' ti " j ' ' try of United States marine on A portion of the oamage done by fire wm h destroyed a stretch of racing stables at the Lexington, guard before the American lega- ; J Twenty-six thoroughbred horses, comprising almost the entire racing stable o Sen- tion in Peking as civil war rages ator J. N. Camden and Trainer J. C. Milam, were lost in the blaze. . outside the Chinese capitaL ll:cy jau.o i-;j...t tliese earl; snriusr British sw immers evta First picture to reach this coun- il lhe walcr is ic' ttjId- Ic's at lha Chiswk-k open air baths. Cupid Scores Knockout Here Comes the Horse Marines War's Grim Reminder Witlioui Bitdd.e or bridle, this cowboy is riding a steer for the amusement of onlookers at a Los Angeles wild west show. General Wu's Air Army 1! ii2S5f tJf AHfv 4 ' - CS!, Ef5? fc'i ' til t..ij 3' fffci ! v. " ' . . . Xtet their jmaxriage, j - - jx " 1, i - - .- . . 1 4- is- - i - - - 6 r ir -? 1 J.