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January 12, 1915
PERSONS IN THE WORLD'S SPOTLIGHT. AND EVENTS IN THE DAT SINEWS AS RECORDED BY THE GAMER
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GENERAL CARRANZA IS FETED BY FRIENDS AT VERA CRUZ
1 " When the Constitutionalist Chief of Mexico entered Vera Cruz after the evacuation by American troops, he was the
recipient of many honors. He Is shown surrounded by dark-eyed senoritas at a public reception in his honor.
GATHERING EMPTY SHELLS AT SIX CENTS APIECE
A scene such as takes place on every battlefield in France as soon ns ths armies have swept by. The French Govern
ment pays the peasants 30 centimes for each shell delivered, it any railroad centre.
Among the prisoners taken in the
recent fighting in Poland, the Ger
r mans discovered this warrior of '
, 13, said to be the youngest soldier
in the armies of the Czar. Judging
by his smile, he is a cheerful young
Photograph by New York Shipbuilding Company.
NEW UNITED STATES DESTROYER DOWNES ON .TRIAL TRIP
The Downes has just returned to the Camden yards of the New York Shipbuilding Company from her trial trip, oh which she developed a speed of nearly 35 knots,
i making her one of the fastest craft in the navy. She cost about $900,000.
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of the Iron Cross in the torces o
th Knisrr Kurt- Fielow. 16 yeMU
old, who distinguished himself in
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BAD WEATHER NO LONGER DAMPENS THE SPIRITS OF THE GOLFER HE MERELY MOVES INDOORS
PMhufelphia golfer need no Jongs wgh at the sight of muddy courses and snow-covered bunkers. They can develop Gimbel'a, In the centre, is a view of a little practice; work by Instructor Barnes In one of the big dwmg room "g'f
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