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i THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH S. Opening of the Cocoa Exchange in New York Session of the Interparliamentary Union A new exchange, ttie Coroa exchange, was opened the other day In New York. This picture shows K. L. Lewis auctioning off the first bag of- cocoa for the benefit of a hospital. It brought a price of $1,025, and was resold three times. - Iv4 r 4 I'ktRV " ;!iX . 1 fl a si d ' rp: 5 Scene In the house of representatives In Washington during a session of the Interparliamentary union's twenty-thirannual conference, attended by UllstlnKulshed men from many countries. Secretary of State Kellogg is on the 5 J Wall Street "Attacked" From the Air and Defended Interparliamentary Union Picketed by Irish ijr Ui I - - -- vw-r o - f, "C J 7ryi a s 2 3 ruyxrjjjyxr Irish agitators, not satisfied with attacking the Iristi Free State delegation to the Interparliamentary union conin New York and Philadelphia, picketed the congress when it met ui Washington. Some of these agitators ar shown above with their banners. gress MEASURES THE BRAIN excitement in lower Manhattan the other day when the army staged a mimic airplane attack antiaircraft guns defending. When the bombs began falling someone turned In a fire alarm and the soldiers, firemen, police and curious crowds of spectators were all tangled up. There was grent on Wall street, with WILL WED MILLIONS A Helps "Archies" Find the Target One Guess Why They Went to Cuba sv'i. ' - r 4' U - vL w ' 1 1 f I J'" of dem how he estimates the weight of a brain of Aii r Muclionald. psychlalrLst the government. Is here shown onstrating on a fellow scientist vS;. i j a living person. He iiiih just transferred to St Elizabeth's hospital, Washington, where he will carry on Ms work among the Insane pHtlents. t . YJ HtllXVh -- i " s ' r . '' Cannons boomed, whistles blew, aud crowds cheered as the S. S. fort Hamilton pulled away from her pier at Charlestown, Mass., bearing 400 members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company to the two hundred field day In Havana, Cuba. and eighty-eight- h Kemal Discards Fez for Panama i J i -- - , a ,- - t r , . M Af!'. air tun It tilHti' in r..i II. n hi regular ilot who dloappmred w York to Chicago i.icht flighl frmn nd whs believed to have been forced tluwn noiiiewhere In the moiiralns of I'f iiiisj Ivnnia. Ames was an avlntor In the war and had been In the mall tervlea font j'ears. LEADS AUTO THIEVES .wyAu. - - v.v. ... y, a- -- f g Trif i r - t 5 f 'iiu.' picture of Mustiiphii Keiiini premdent of Turl.e. ma.i dur'!' nillilnry maneuvers, shows that he ha discarded the rt. Standing in the center of the group, he Is wearing a modern Panama hat. V , III iff ! - 1 - ' i l A III The liiu.y Oi'iiiiiii.stralod Cie ntln r day that the raiiNinissiim of photo-graphl. wire during a wrr emergency can he accomplished with must (trail-lyinresults ns to Imtli wpeetl and acifrsi'V. An airplane flying over the ilix iplinary ImrnicKs at 1'ort Lnnimi ort .1, Kan., took this air view of the building and developed the nigatUe and dropl'd it faun the plane in a tnlnla-- J Mrs. Velna Tiipllt, twenty nine. parachute in n'lMi niiioil w. If wa handed tli American Telegruph floiit'e City, Kan., arrested in !. Ai at ."'.. a after in ininitt"i ii'fiii'k and and Telephone company negative and ,:eles for stealing an autoinohile. a em At ve n to were of delivered L'ndcrwcwxl In pre l'nderMd print astcd that she was the leader of a iiiitiula total elapsed time of 13 aiul 40 Mtotid .; after 'li :i;o at gang that bad stolen at leant 2T0 and 10 second. I l jili English-t- il iI ? iiiiMwmy uiul-uircra- Sp!!:!!r!!iitejii!!.!!K! Cvi ? . d f... ' m eighteen-year-olcountess of Seafleld, youngest and wealthiest heiress known. She Inherits over tSO.OOO.UOO from .New Zealand relative, and has In hand the vast estates of her late father since his death at the battle front. I'rlnc device newest the Ullicers looking at the lielemeter, aiding Nicolas Is an upright young man, guns to locate the target and helping to obtain the slant range for the guns. rained, as he studied at Eton, This and other new devices were demonstrated at the seventh annual meeting nil Ilrltlnh ways, and Is now of the Army Ordnance association, und other organizations Interested la adopting a sublieutenant on a British warship ordnance and defense. In the Mediterranean. Quick Transmission of Photograph A i LateKt portrait of I'rince Nicolas "f Uumunia, son of Queen Mary, who la to be married in the near future to th h-- AIR MAIL PILOT LOST J V' i s j i 1 - i ! ( tars.