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December 9, 1915
PERSONS, SCENES AND EVENTS PROMINENT IN THE NEWS FROM A MOVING WORLfi
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dittos, y"' Ms3kpL H' mtmHBBi vL S Wilson will bo nominated for a second term. It was the
-'vwv - lliP'Wil&'gr BHIW -L scene of the historic National Democratic Convention
"WHERE THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1916 WILL BE HELD V.fvvt ' iSP" BWkWSm --'" of 1004
This is tho interior of the Coliseum at St. Louis, showing the enormous seating &''' ' Jt0 liiflllliMBW . -
capacity and excellent arrangements for taking care of a great gathering. Phlla- - ,' iMfr ''rrflmnWrMf ll I
SYMBOL OP THE RECOGNITION OF THE CARRANZA GOVERNMENT.
Note the Mexican flag floating at the masthead of tho battleship Kearsarge a distinctly unusual lht on nn
American warship. This picture was taken at Vera r-- especially for the Evening Ledger. The Kear
sarge, before going to Vera Cruz, lay at the Philadelphia Navy Yard two years on reserve duty.
WOULD MAKE ANY CABARET
Miss Agnes Brockie will take part in the
amateur cabaret show and bazaar to be
given by tho Rising Sun Committee in
aid of St. Luke's Hospital, Japan, at the
Ritz-Carlton on December 15.
PRANK OF THE WAGGISH WIND
During the snuall which brought along a gust of snow yesterday this young man
found his umbrella suddenly jerked from his grasp and stuck up on one of the
lamp posts at City Hall just out of his reach. A passing Evening Ledger
photographer got the picture.
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U. S. AND MEXICAN NAVIES RESUME FRIENDLY RELATIONS.
Th marinegrd iif shown drawn up on the deck of the Kearsarge to receive the Captain of the Mexican gunboat
Twagaiu ifWCU3 feUewuc tiwjrecognition of Carranta by the United States, Many of tho bluejackets aboard the
oiioiriimnci -n m.r. ,.. Photo by International Film SrU.
mM ,!- .i.- i"RVIJV??Si?P THE ILL-FATED ANCONA TELL THEIR STORIES
aUV relating their OTeriSSaVhS llJS CP? " do?Vn "aly are Umberto Burio and wife, who are dramatic
y "VUJB war experiences when the liner, which has carried many Philadelphians to Italy, was torpedoed in the