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PAHT II SCENES ALONG THE BRONX RIVER, SHOWING HOW COMMERCE IS MARRING ITS BEAUTY. To save the stream from becomin 8 a sewer, it i. now proposed to Uy out a parkway on its shore* A TINY TRIBUTARY OF THE BRONX. Along its uppar course, in Westchester County, the river's banks are pierced by many springs and rivulets, which leap down over the rocks In cascades. Here the devastating hand of man has not yet been laid heavily. MAN»B WORK AND NATURE'S CONTRASTED. Cover the riflht half of tkh pictur. and •** > beautiful vH«f is «*n, a ravine near Bronxville with the Bronx River . flowma r » h ™««l^l. lyp-c.l of the way the stream lootod all along thi» part of its course before factories be H an to be bu.lt upon its ban*B, to d^t.^.e iv b^.uty and pouuta iU waters- SUNDAY. JANUAEY 13. 1907. NEAR WILLIAMSBRIDGE STATION. The charm and beauty of the picturesque stream with the tall trees along its banks are destroyed by an It.ili.in settlement, with its junkyards and stables. EIGHT PAGES.