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IH IP it ft r & 1 tiv -'ifti'Jyawiif''ii. i.) mwf ijiw - KfflffryiiWUii mm' TTHiutilWWIWWWitiilWllWlliHP iHJUHmtWWUUtMM .jfBWiwwwi MONDAY March 27, 1916 STRA MONDAY March 27, 1916 A I IV W w IH1 B H mf IB U H.1 H MM HH Ml J IJ1 C-- k U - 71 tprjr- UB.' lkM Ml HB HB HB HV HI n .P- HD 1 mm na bh hb ihi im mh Tt r j-rf ax ffpTTaig. ' wo ui hb bb bt" un u m Bar bbb in , H H n M vG Tcsffdys?wsr U-. IFJ H B P IL JbL. ''a TIMELY SIDELIGHTS ON, THE DAY'S OUTPUT OF NEWS FROM A THOUSAND SOURcf m I JKStSBiS' 1 r Oin?l: ' VILLA'S ENEMIES VISIT SCENE OF RECENT BATTLE IN MEXICO jjp fwBrapj&j?,ja fgiPSW; yyt!PBBMgMlafeX, General Carranzn (in white uniform) at the battlefield of Celaya with his staff of generals and aides. Ononis ica'lFmlJOl i'4Mm8m PySwSS y5!SPBWiwlBBMiikXV right is General Obrcgon, who lost his right arm in the battle with Villa that established Carransa's supremacy. ""-- " I 1K1 '" ADOPLH BOLM AS PRINCE IGOR faf'S.!' wr SPECTACULAR DANCER WITH BALLET RUSSE Flora Revalles is one of the leading artists with Serge de DiaghilefT's company of Russian dancers which performs at the Metropolitan Opera House this week amidst Bakst settings. This devotee of interpretative dancing has the leading role in Fokine'a setting of the dances from Borodin's opera, "Prince Igor." Photo by Paul Thompson. SPRING MAKES US THINK OF POETS, SO HERE IS 'A LIKELY GROUP This picture was taken at the recent poets' dinner to John Masefield in New York. Left to right, standing, are Lawrence Housman, Witter Bynner, Percy Mackaye, Edwin Markham, Cale Young Rice, Louis Untermyer and Vachel Lindsay. Sitting Amy Lowell, Josephine Daskam Bacon, John Masefield and Alfred Noyes. a 1 ytpto. br Evenio Ldr eus pbototps- MID-LENTEN SNAPSHOTS ON THE BOARDWALK AT ATT.ANTrn HITY WHERE TITOITSANns OATHERED YESTERDAY TO ENJOY THE FIRST BALMY SUNDAY OF THE SEASON Uw jkt ia general vxe oi th Boardwalk traffic at noon, when the crowds were thickest. Inset is a picture of Governor Brumbaugh and wile, fin tht right Mrs, Charley Wright, of Philadelphia is convereing with. ffei7'SgJ fee$ IS.UI P '