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CLPYRIGHT BY G. V. BUCK

PRESIDENT WILSON, WHO HAS JUST BEEN RENOMINATED, AND HIS PRESENT CABINET
At the head of the table, at the left, is President Wilson; in the center foreground is Robert Lansing, Secretary of State; next him is Newton D. Baker, Secretary
of War; then come Postmaster-General Albert S. Burleson, Secretary of the Interior Franklin K. Lane, and the Secretary of Commerce, William C. Redfield; at
the foot of the table is the Secretary of Labor, William B. Wilson; on the left of table next President Wilson are William G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury;

Thomas W. Gregory, Attorney-General ; the Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels, and the Secretary of Agriculture, David S. Houston

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COPYRIGHT BY HARRIS & EWING

LOUIS DEMBITZ BRANDEIS, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME

COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

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SENATOR LODGE AND GENERAL LEONARD WOOD AT THE PRINCETON

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES At the extreme right of the picture next to General Wood is the Dean of Princeton Graduate School,

Andrew F. West

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COMMENCEMENT DAY AT WEST POINT Rafael L. Garcia, at the left, is a Filipino, the only one in the graduating class; John H. Wills, of Alabama,

at the right, is the honor man of his class

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Millions of Americans read with solicitude the statement that Colonel Roosevelt had been taken suddenly ill a few days after the Republican and Progressive Conventions had adjourned. That the political situation following the conventions did not disturb Mr. Roosevelt's habitual poise and equanimity of spirit may be seen from the above photograph, which was taken on Wednesday, June 14 in New York, at the steamship pier to which Mr. Roosevelt had driven to meet his son Kermit on his return from South America. Kermit Roosevelt is standing at the left. Mr. Roosevelt's condition at first very painful, continued 10

improve, and his indisposition promised to be but temporary

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