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SOME SQCIAL DIVERSIONS THAT MASK THE GRIM BUSINESS OF WAR
(photographs by Underwood 4 Underwood and International Film Service.) These Are the Girls from Text* Who Marched at the Confederate Reunion Parade in Washington in Honor of Their Fathers and, Grandfathers, Who Fought for Dixie Half a Century Ago. Each Southern State Sent a Corps of "Sponsors," and Among Them None Were More Attractive Than the Group from the Lone Star State. l r !<??? ? ~ lg -/J ' _ . Famoua Artists and Sculptors Transform Macdougal Alley on New York's East Side Into a Riot of Color and Costume, Where Society People Dine and Gamble for the Benefit of War Charities. From Macdougal Alley Elephants and Camels Paraded the Streets to Collect Money for War Charities. This Elephant Carried Mrs. Charles B. Dillingham and Mrs. Will iam K. Vanderbilt, Jr., in the Tonneau, and "Julia" of the Hippodrome on Hia Head. -28 Mrs. Arthur G. Jones of Brookline, with Mabel Trask, Awarded the Prize as the Best Boston Terrier in the Show of the Ladies' Kennel Club at Mineola, L. I. Many Young Women Are Going in for Aviation and Offering Their Services to the United States ' Government. This Is Mrs. William Duffy, Who Is Under the Instruction of an Experienced Aerial Scout. Mist Edith Van Cleve at Honor and Mitt Polly Piatt at Peace in the Allegory Given for War Charity,on the Lawn or the Resl ' dence of Mre. Charles .Whiting Baker in Montclair, If. J. All Over the Nation Petet of Many Kindt Are Being Given for the Benefit of the Red Crose. These Milkmaids Sold Icet and Milk v./ Shakes to Society Polka at a Benefit on the Eitate of Mre.. Frank C. Havena in Piedmont, Cal.