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AFTER AN ALL-DAY MARCH IN MEXICO
The care taken of the soldier on the march is graphically illustrated in the above picture. The medical officer makes a critical examination of the
men's feet at the day's end to determine how they are standing the severe test of walking through a broken country. If blisters or abrasions are found,
the proper remedies are applied in a skillful manner, so that the men can resume their journey the next morning without being a handicap to their comrades

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MAY DAY DANCES IN CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK
Children who, like the ones shown above, learn to love the Stars and Stripes as a decorative accompaniment to their youthful festivities,

may surely be relied upon as future citizens to " rally round the Aag" when sterner occasions come

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WRECKING A GREAT EXPOSITION—THE FALLING OF THE ITALIAN TOWER The buildings of the San Francisco Exposition, while remarkable for their beauty, were only temporary, and had to be destroyed when

their purpose had been served. A dramatic moment in the demolition of these structures is shown above

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AN HONORED PHYSICIAN-DR. ABRAHAM JACOBI Dr. Jacobi has just celebrated the eighty-sixth anniversary of his birth. He said modestly to a reporter who congratulated him, “ This is but the first day of another year. There is nothing about it that would interest anybody. I spent the day working as usual." His fellow-citizens of New York respectfully differ with Dr. Jacobi in his estimate of his career, which has been notable for its wide usefulness, its unremitting activity, and its far-reaching influence for good. Dr. Jacobi was born in Westphalia on May 6, 1830, and

came to New York in 1853. He is the author of many books and is an authority on children's diseases

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A NOTABLE COMPANY OF MUSICIANS—THE TRIO DE LUTÈCE The Trio de Lutèce takes its name from the city of its origin, Paris, known to the Romans as Lutetia, or, in its French form, Lutèce. It consists of an unusual combination of instrumentalists. All three men are natives of France: George Barrère, Aautist; Carlos Salzedo, harpist ; Paul Kéfer, 'cellist. For a critical

estimate of the work of this trio see editorial pages

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