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THE GREAT PREPAREDNESS PARADE IN NEW YORK CITY Saturday, May 13, was observed as a general holiday by most of the citizens and many of the business houses of New York, for the purpose either of participating in or seeing the great procession in favor of

preparedness. For comment on the lesson of the parade see editorial pages

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PHOTOGRAPH BY PAUL THOMPSON

A NEW STAGE IN THE PROGRESS OF BUILDING A GREAT CATHEDRAL
The picture shows the Rt. Rev. David H. Greer, Bishop of New York, with spade in hand, ready to turn the first shovelful of
earth for the foundation of the nave of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. Behind him, from left to
right, are the Rt. Rev. Charles S. Burch, Suffragan Bishop of New York; the Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, Bishop of Massa-
chusetts; and the Rt. Rev. Frederick Courtney, late Bishop of Nova Scotia, and now a rector in New York City. When
completed, this great edifice, occupying one of the most commanding sites on Manhattan Island, will rank with some of the

great cathedrals of Europe

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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 fag" 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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