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DEATH OF WAR MINISTER'S WIFE.

A POPULAR WATEI

Mrs. Seely, wife of the Secretary of State for War, who died in London yesterday in giving birth to a daughter, her seventh child. The photograph, taken last year, shows her at a wedding with her husband and two of her children, who were m attendance on the bride.

THE ROYAL YACHT ILLUMINATED AT COWES.
To stand on a plank and see how far you can be towed by a rnotor4>©at without falling off is the latest game at Cowes, and the photographs show the first girl who attempted the feat. (1 and 2) Clambering on the plank.

SPECIAL BRIDGE FOR

CHANCELLOR.

, Co\\es brought a successful regatta week to a close with a wonderful display of fireworks, during which all the vessels m the rodds were illuminated. The photograph shows' the royal yacht, which was a blaze of light, m thc-foiegiound, and also gives an idea of the brilliance of.the scene during>the display.

STEAD'S OCEAN GRAVE: HIS CHILDREN'S TRIBUTE,

Casting a wreath from the Franconia into the sea at the spot where the Titanic sank. It was made of leaves from the garden of Mr. W, T..Stead, the famous journalist, who perished in the disaster, the ceremony being perfprniied at the request of his children.--(Underwood and Underwood.)

When Mr. Lloyd George spoke at Sutton-in-Ashfield (Notts) on Saturday the ground was surrounded by a barbed-wire fence to prevent the entry of suffragettes. (1) Removing a suffragette. (2) The Chancellor (the foremost figure) crossing the bridge over the fence.

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