Daily News from New York, New York on December 23, 1922 · 37
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Daily News from New York, New York · 37

New York, New York
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Saturday, December 23, 1922
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DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1922. is Her Eyes Couldn't Hold Him No Verdict Relief Ship Blessed Mir : rS s V ? - f 4 A VICTIM of -Thomas' F. Belford, confessed $200,000 house looter, was Nita Naldi, the Italian beauty who vamps Valentino pn '"M rioo'- "1"- in fVp rirvJ4 NEWS photo I A JURY- disagreed last night in $50,000 suit for alleged breach of promise suit by Anna S. Haroldson (above) against Dr. Walter O'miotti. Jersey Citv. I i liiniM Tfi r -dp- - - - a . , ..r .'i. at:-":- 4 X '- X2&t. ... I ' ' ' J.i i .. Tim. IT- a xcn east rs: j hi tHii IN THE v'" - ft 'Mo FIRE SUFFERERS. These girls, sufferers from Harrison Avenue fire in Brooklyn, remained long at the scene, watching from. roof top the firemen search for injured. I NEWS Hlll;tOB ( NEWS rnoto) THE RELIEF SHIP Sabatowan, which will sail Christmas Day with supplies for refugees in the Near East, was yesterday consecrated by Bishop Shipman in Brooklyn. . - : 't4mt & ill tA5 , vhMms -dk (SEWS photo) CONGRATULATIONS! Commissioner Enright yesterday presented Traffic Policeman Bowen of Mail Street and Park Row with watch for most points in police games. (SEWS photo) MOTHER LOVE. This Maltese cat yesterday took six-weeks Boston bull pup to her after kitties died at Bide-a-Wee Home. She's very fond of puppy. s&tfl jr. is?- -f iK vt i ' v V fa s -(SEWS photo) Capt. C. L. Tibbals yesterday leaving tank, whose interior is submarine-like, after NEWS photo J He had given treatment to F. P. Uhlig (left). CURE FOR "BENDS." By placing patient in tank, into which com- circulation, a cure for the "bends," ailment suffered by men working in pressed air is forced, and having him go through exercises to accelerate j compressed air, as announced by Capt. Tibbals of navy in Brooklyn,

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