Pathé's Weekly, No. 3 (1912) HD online
Pathéu0027s Weekly, No. 3
Los Angeles, Cal: A monument is erected to the memory of the victims of the Los Angeles Times dynamite outrage for which J.J. McNamara is now serving a term of life imprisonment. Nashville. Tenn: The Fire Department holds its annual Ladder Climbing Contest. Mayor Howse, of Nashville, and Chief Rozette presenting the prize cup to A. Catagani, who holds the world's record for ladder climbing. Morristown. N.J: The house in which Benedict Arnold was court-martialed for alleged treasonable practices has been sold and is being moved from the spot where it has stood for over a century. Sissone, France: Lieutenant Arreteau, of the Artillery, successfully drives tandem 40 untrained horses around the parade grounds. Oels, Germany: The Crown Prince takes part in the hunt organized for him every year. Washington, D.C: The Army and Navy Officers, led by Admiral Dewey and Major-General Miles, go in a body from the Army and Navy Building to the White House, to attend President Taft's New Year ...
| A. Catagini || - || Himself |
| Crown Prince Hohenzollern || - || Himself |
| George Dewey || - || Himself |
| Hilary Howse || - || Himself, Mayor of Nashville |
| King Peter of Serbia || - || Himself |