PROHIBITION: Picture-takers

U. S. N. dirigible Los Angeles swam through minor altitudes above the mid-Atlantic Coast, returned to its Lakehurst, N. J., berth. Chattering reporters casually gleaned from chattering air-sailors that the day had been spent in taking aerial photographs of 24 rum ships. Captain George W. Steele, commanding, admitted that orders to scout and photograph had been received weeks ago from. Secretary of the Navy Wilbur. Mr. Wilbur, at Washington, protested he knew no more than the newsgatherers.

The Navy Department has cooperated with revenue cutters in scouting and capturing dope-schooners on the...

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