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August 18, 1915
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PERSONS, SCENES AND EVENTS THAT FIGURE IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY FROM DIVERS SOURCES
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, . .. , 4 REMARKABLE RESULT OF TRAIN'S CRASH INTO AUTOMOBILE,
lnis light car was struck by a Pennsylvania flyer moving at tremendous speed at the notorious crossing at Croydon,
ya. lno driver was cut in two, but, strange to say, the machine sufforcd but comparatively small damage. Another
occupant of the car escaped almost without injury.
HARVEST OF OAK LEAVES TO BE TURNED INTO BATH TOWELS
One of the odd industries of South Jersey at this time of year is the cutting and drying of oak leaves,
requiring much skill. The leaves when thoroughly cured nro bought and used by the manufacturers
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MENACING MOUTH OF GUN THAT HELPS TO GUARD CONNECTICUT COAST
The agitation over "preparedness" has caused many persons to overlook the fact that the coast of the
United States is well protected at vital points. Th? picture shows one of the 12-inch disappearing guns
which peers over the earthworks at Fort Wright, oft" Fishers' Island, New London, Conn.
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR AS GARGOYLE
Tourists and readers of Hugo will recall the sinister
figures mounted on the Cathedral of Notre Dame,
A French artist has painted on one of these figures
the head of Franz Joseph.
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THE KAISER AS ANOTHER GARGOYLE
Paint and brush have removed the head of the
figure from the original photograph and substi
tuted this caricature of Wilhelm II. The bitter
ness of the artist is evident in his handiwork.
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AMBASSADOR PAGE'S DAUUHTER WEDS IN LONDON
Mus Kth$nae Page, who was married in London recently
to Charles toeIey toting, of Boston, leaving her home wita
tH itksr on her way to the Lhapl RoyaL
RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR HAS AMERICAN WIFE '
Mmfc BakhmeHeff is one of the many Amsrjcan women who have married European
dipUwnuts. She entertains ex ensively at her Newport home,
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"AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL" AND HLU IJANCE
Miss Mane Jailer, of New York, who was called by Grand Duke
Alexander Michaelovitch, cousin of the l rar "the most beautiful
girl in the world," at the Newport Dug hhow witber fiance, 8
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