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rnHiADisLPHiA Monday, December 7, 1014.
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PERSONS AND EVENTS IN THE, NEWS OF THE DAY AS PORTRAYED BY THE QUICK EYE OF THE CAMERA
HE'S BEEN BUYING CHRISTMAS TREES FOR 46 YEARS GERMAN SOLDIERS BURYING FRENCH OFFICER KKw$ffl
The oldest and pciliaps the best judge of Christmas trees in the United States is C. The soldiers' of the Kaiser are shown carying the dead officer's ;PHSSS'BfiSr j? j'lFxe1 MJe'ijBLmta
W. Libby, who is shown driving a bargain with a New Hampshire farmer's wife. equipment on the way to the grave. He was captured when wounded stfjimt' F ' aim0yJMWFWxlRF
Hundreds of carloads of trees are shipped from that State every year by Libbyi and his gallantry caused this mark of respect to be shown his body. HBBBHKflMP iV ''TnrTTill jjffi& MKiLmAlMr yBTni
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SOLDIERS OF QUEEN WILHELMINA ARE ACTIVE, TOO
Holland's troops are mainialning a close watch on their frontier during these troublous times and all travelers are
halud'to' have their papers examined. The entire Dutch army of about 350,000 men was mobilized In the early days
of thelwar. The country in some districts Is- virtually under martial law and soldiers stand guard every where
DEVICE TO DRAW THE ALXIES BIG QUN FIRE
This contrivance, made to look like a 42-centlmetre gun, was rigged up by
German artillerymen but of an' old barrel and a cart. Such devices are qften
employed by the opposing armies to cause a demonstration by hidden batteries.
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