Trenton Evening Times from Trenton, New Jersey on May 8, 1922 · Page 16
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Trenton Evening Times from Trenton, New Jersey · Page 16

Trenton, New Jersey
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Monday, May 8, 1922
Page 16
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'JYenton TRENTON JfcVKNlKO TIMES. MOXuAT, MAY 8, Evening '.limes Page of PhotographC NEWS OF THE WORLD THROUGH THE EYE OF THE CAMERA ^ .1 r. . FOR M A Y O R OF C H I C A G O A l m o s t a y e a r a h e a d o' ·» V a / orally pr,manes m Ch cago. f r e n d t of Vs J a c o b Baur, s o c i a l leader and buameis woman, have Inaugurated a campaign to the Republican nominal on for her. (Infl Nrw. iim i ALL M A K E PENKNIVES Cari Sohallbruch and family of t w e l v e ctm« from Europ* in order to atart · penknife factory In Newark, N. J, For many years they have sold their entire output here. (Int'l N«*s Reel ) "IDEAL REGULAR" -- Colonel C. D. Robert* haa been named to command the Plattsburg, N. Y., In. fantry camp of Citizens' Military Training Camps thla Summer. He won the Medal of Honor at El Caney. (Int'l News Reel ) MEMBERS OF U. t. SUPREME COURT Mt In Mte ehalrt Metf hy flrtt *u§Vfc..e C«vrt. 111 yeara ·go, when the hi atone edifice was rutor*d and red adloated In Philadelphia. Left to right, Mayer Moore, of Philadelphia; Juatloa Prtnay, Chief Justice Taft, Justice Clark ef Pennsylvania, and Robert L. VM Oechzlekar. . "KINDLY RESIGN" _ Appar ·ntly because of lack of support for hli vlewa, Premier Takahaihl, Japan, found It necessary to ask four of hla Cabinet to re»lgn. They he'd the portfolios of Agriculture and Commerce, the Interlo- Railroad* and Education.' dnt 1 N e w s l\f\ ) t: WHILE FATHER WORKED--Mra. Lloyd Geor fl e (second from right), and Mies Megan Lloyd Georfle (second from left), were escorted through the Castle Ragglo at Genoa. Their "guides" were 8. E. E. Sehanier, son of Scnor Schanzer, who headed the I t a l i a n delegation t* the Disarmament Conference, and his two utters i 'nt'l Neng Heel.) " x 1 * · - - a GIANT WEARS TWENTY TWO SHOE--Eujrne Arceau, seven Ittt Six inches in his storking feet, has come to America fot a v'ti' He is called'the tallest rran in France t i'i I i n n |{P ! ) POOR TEACHER! --Sixteen younflsters In school usually keep Arvgelft. Cat., school boasts the honor, and here are the klos. "Dear Teacher" busy, but think of eight paira of twma In one room! Los (Infl Newt Re«l.) SPEED RECORD FOR )eiATERCR,AFT--The fastest thing OB wa'.e- is this Hydroairoicope. invented br a Frenchman."The flehlike ' boat is driven by a 200 horsepower motor. (Int 1 Ne* s R«rl.) i .1 A ^ . "\ v · · !J II O L D T I M E R S WIN--Harry Pact, sixty, and his sixteen- year old "Gold Plate," out- gamed the field In the West- chetter - Biltmore Country Club feature event when the United Hunts meet opined the season in New York. Mr. Page was thrown on the same courts two years ago and s t i l l wears an eye covering. (Int'l News Reel.) - ·/ ·· ' SSSSSSU^" ·~^£- MADE TROUBLE FOR MINI TER--Mr. and -Mrs. Frank Wall. Dallas, Texas, dressed In bathing suits, were married tn Medicine Park, Okla, by the Rev. Thomas Irwfn. The m'r.lster was crlticiaed by enraged parishioners. {Int'l News Reel.) ELECTRIC-DRIVEN SEA-FIGHTER SAILS--The Maryland, latest electric super-dreadnought, haa Jutt sailed from the New York Navy Yard, auppoMdly to Join the Atlantic fleet the flew th* flag of Admiral Jones, eommander-ln-chlef of the fl«et. The Maryland Is 624 feet long, »7 feet wide. (Infl Newi Re«l) IN ·RAHCtl-- newest eirtf'- te aaaear »n ·o.s 4* sVilagns. Fa. ahetat'**l«tr aajnt ft ta aver yen want N MM H." (·tl If*., ill! FOR THE tOLOHR ICNUt hit * f*M U M l« fte Hiram hi · A V E O HJR CITY-Mlw ··rtfcllla Allen Wo*dm«n. lineal 4*Kentfant »f the fa.^ua Wlfrlm, e*.ng fram a a M0»0«un« thwxh Ml m w«w cntf t*,* »t« efty ·TART1O "DIAMOND RuSM ."tt*f William UaVarra, Harvard, retu- - - tr* Airurfofi raffles *f lUuth Amer · *«· M»«niMl Rhrar. Ha dW W^COO f r . r _tt«-| attw. Best Colored Comic Section That Can Bu; SUNDAY lEWSPAPER

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