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March 8, 1916
GRAPHIC SIDELIGHTS ON THE VARIED NEWS OF THE DAY AS REVEALED BY THE CAMErJ
FEMININE AIDES MEET TO PLAN HOW TO AID COMING GUESTS OP POOR RICHARD CLUB ', iS ' i S ''H
A tea was held yesterday at which the "women's auxiliary" mapped out a campaign of entertainment for the big convention of the Associated ? tsf &ji -llra itl
Advertising Clubs of the World, which is to be held here in June. There will be many wives, daughters and sisters of "ad" men who must be r ''PpB f HSiiirTO' '"
NOT WORRYING ABOUT VERDUN
A French "poilu" helps himself to a little light refresh
ment behind the battle lino and doesn't care who knows it.
ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO WILL APPEAR IN CAST OF PASSION PLAY
Lct4iriBh are C,lar0 G Fenertv w- F. McMenamin, William Denny, A. P. Rafferty, J. F. Horstmann, M. Diamond
and Ed Larkm, who are seven members of the cast of 2 00 which will give "Nazareth" at the Metropolitan Opera
House during Passion Week.
INDIFFERENT TO CHILLY SHORE WINDS
Hero Miss Bessie Elliott, of Seattlo, Wash., in her bathing
socks, and Albert J. Graham, of New York, who astonished
Atlantic City's natives on Monday by boldly plunging .into
Photo by International Film Service.
BQPTON BRAVES PIS.PORT THEMSELVES ON STALLINGS' FARM BEFORE STARTING TRAINING
Hank Gowdy k orajnking the threej.year.old named "Ford," while Pitcher Hughes, acting as chauffeur, waits for the
engw to start. pang oa are Ragon Stalllngs, George S tailings, Neff and Evers, who have, been visiting their boss
mailings, ueorge h tailings, .
t , down la Georgia,
Phots by Underwood A Underwood.
BRITISH TRANSPORT BEACHED AFTER BEING TORPEDOED AT ENTRANCE TO SALONICA BAY
The steamship Nordman, earning a cargo of 4500 mules for the use of the Allies at tho Greek port, fell a victim to
submarine near the fortress qf Kara Burnu. However, by running her npso up into the surf she was able to save moss
of her mules.