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April 27, 1916
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TIMELY PICTURES OF PERSONS, SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE DAY'S NEWS OF, A WORLD'S DOWg'
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V '" PART OF THE BATTLEFIELD AT NEUVE CHAPPELLE A pleasinp contrast to thoscenea of war from I . 9f :$?& AAfSimWlmWBSMmS, A ,
M The picture Bhows a line of blasted tre,cheg which were hastily thrown up by the British after Europe. The Rev. W. H. Kavanagh watching , , -, '$. J-VjVBmSfXlSi Jh
K their charge, taken by the Germansand then retaken by the British. Every living plant and his flags grow at St. James' Episcopal Church, i .; ' Myf "' t-!4A ?S ViaiBaSiBSagft MaSJEMmM&A Ml WmW 1
W- l"inB has b5 swept off the earth by the devastating fire. 52d and Master streets. r'M 'fWM 'SS&'A '
BABV LLAMA IS SPRING ARRIVAL AT THE ZOO
Tme ewuma is constantly hejne boosted these days at the menagerie In Faurroounfc Park. Keepers
u kwtSy swearing cradles and heating the milk for the fresh descendants of famous old
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EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR THE BABY
The newest bear baby at the Zop, in FaJr
mount Park, trie his plimbing muscles on
&a bars of Ws mother's cagsad peen out.
WHAT THE NEWLYWED3 FOUND AWAITING THEM
P, Stapklns, of Brfdgeton, N. J recently became the bride of Arthur .Trefflngw.
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