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May 26, 1915
TOE CAMERA REPORTS THE VARIED NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING A BUSY WORLD'S DOINGS
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UNITED STATES CONGRESSIONAL PARTY, ON WAY TO HAWAII, VISITS THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
Senators and Representatives on their visit to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, at San Francisco, posed for their pictures in the
Great South Gardens in front of the Fountain of Energy. In tho background, from loft to right, nro: Palace of Education, Court of Palms,
Palace of Liberal Arts, Tower of Jewels, Palaco of Manufactures, Court of Flowers and Palaco of Varied Industry. In tho party were Senator"
.1. E. Martino and Mrs. Mnrtinn, of Now Jersey; Senator Saulsbury and Mrs. Saulsbury, of Delaware, and Representative Barchfeld, of
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ATTENDING PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Dr. Leo S. Rowe professor of political and social
science at tho U. of P., is secretary goneral of
the Pan-AmeVican Commercial Conference now in
session nt Washington.
FIRING THE SUNSET GUN AT CAMP OVER'BON, PHILIPPINES
A reminder that tho United States also has un army occupying a conquered territory, whero soldiers stand on watch night and day to guard
against oft-threatened outbreaks of tho inhabitants.
RETIRED WITH HONOR, AND A PENSION
John Hagenbucher, of Roxborough, was recently
retired on a pension by tho United States Steol
Corporation after a period of service exceeding
tho half-century mark, at tho Poncoyd plant.
A FRIENDLY RIVALRY IN BABIED-WITH NO WARLIKE SUGGESTIONS
At im iecw nwUijjiit toieep" exhibit in New Yoxi tfa babiea born In. the 'Daemroer6cbi8f,, wero shown with the national "tags" as shown, above. Daemmerschlafr in Jts most ccnt iorm got Its greatest publicity in Preiburg Jn Germany,