Trenton Evening Times from Trenton, New Jersey on May 11, 1922 · Page 2
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TifKVlON KVKXIJfo TIMER, TIUTR8DAY, MAY II, ·* , f ' T^renton Kveiiing Times Page of PhotQgraphC ·*· NEWS Of HIE WORLD THROUGH THE EYE OF THE CAMERA ^ 1 I V O R Y STOREHOUSE--An Interesting corner of the London docks Is the ivory storehouse, where tusks worth $750,000 are some- t mes s*c ed Mammoth us.s from S b c r i a aid elephant t u « k s f r o m A ' ci m -ic e h e r e Some s p e c i m e n s are more tl an e ght feet long 1 1 N P U . , i (1 I RESCUED AT P E K I N G -- M r s Roy Atherton v»«fe o' Second S e c r e t a r y to American Legal on, w a s r e s c u e d by American m a r i n e s dur ng fierce fig! t ing between r i v a l Ch n e s c f a - c c s T P O T S K Y ' S SOLDIER BOY stood by h 5 f a t h e r s j de at Petrograd while the \ ir I r fv ed the honor division of '·" Sov ct A r m y ( . l u l l Ncw» Reel ) NOMINATED by President Harding for Col'ector of Internal Rsvenue, Dittnct of 8t Lou t. Nat Goldstein R A D I O R E P L A C E S B t A C O N F I R E S ·--Chief Sherman C h a r g ng Hawk ( r i g h t ) , v \ h o s e signals have a i w j y » been p r i m i t i v e listened w th vsonder to the human voice over the radio N t ' C I V I C V I R T U E ' IN THE MOVIES I s t h e latest New York Innovation. The camaramar. was no* able to get t h i s c a v e m a n to sm,l« or abandon h s s t o n y stare. T h e r e , a tusplclon that h« is proud Of himself and enjoys the Cnt c sms his presence In City Hall Park New York, h a v e aroused. ( I n t l A e w a K i e l ) A ROSE FOR E V E R Y YEAR--"Clover." f i f t y one year old h o r - c c w n e d by Dr U Myers, C a t a A tsa, Pa , ic s p e n d i n g a week on exhibition in New York a» the Masonic Fashion Exhibit. M s» Mabel W i t h e e met h m at New York and g a v e him a bouquet of roses. ( I n t l X o w s R d ) NETHERLANDS TO W A S H fNCTON--Mr*. William Phil lips and children, Christopher. Beatrice and Day tort (right) as they arrived from Europe Mr Phillip*. Minister to Nether ands resigned to become Under Secretary of State at ton. (Ini'l News T R A P S C H A M P O N T H R E E T I M E S -- George 8 McCarty(n a ht), Woodbury, N. J, broke 195 out of 200 targets, de featlng TN other gunner* at Trav ers Island, N. Y., and retained Ama teur Trapshootlng C h amplonshlp of America. This Is the third time he h a s w o n t h e honor. Last year he broke 198 of the 200 thrown (K \ ) I JU*EO IN Alft CHASM -- T*« ,· faT ' v t » ir Waih C-. in a C O I l t s on of a rp C T j^nson (abcvt) wn - . *^ T / k « t . · -.n w a s tj ths U S Gevernmtnt, (Iml cm» Keel t C A L I F O R N I A GROWN--Just a part--and no small one of the f r-t baby parade of the season at Ocean Park, CM T ' -· it 01'-"· people turned out to look 'em over. IF YOL RC NINETY YOU RE FIT it the ruling of the Los Angtles Centenarian Club (below ) That being the age requirement these men are representative members. A, M Morrison, (lower row. second from right), Is 102. G M Cole ( b a c k row, In light s u i t ) , Is % All are In good health N e w * Rrr) \ n - a · LOWING O S T R I C H EGGS--Eggs from a rare breed of ostriches, sent to the B r i t i s h Zoo for hatch ng, proved Infertile The decision to preserve the shell, by b o tmq the c o n t e n t s was not to e a s y ; they had to ute t b i c y c l e f o o t p j m p |IIH ] .\ Plri I) -,,.. ^, ..!-.. t *"** el " Wr » f ' ·* Ourragoranf Valley. N(* towth Wale* art son-etlmts difnV»Hie* whteh Keve nethln« te «· wllth teacher's rod. When floifs a r t e n th.s ford be- · fit */vlie _ dmi f V ] Re*L) CHILDREN WONOEM whether th t look on the face *4 this Mbertan tger ub of seven .. enthe Is friendly er hunfry. It la ens «f h* III the Zet at Wtshifl/ta*, O. C. SUNDAY IMES-ADVERTISfcR NEWSPAPFR( Fear AtHctics Will Extinguish Female S C x ^V.. - ·""- M rUftiJsV SUNDAY il.\!!-.S-ApVERTJSER

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