Pittsburgh Daily Post from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on July 18, 1923 · Page 20
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Pittsburgh Daily Post from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 20

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, July 18, 1923
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V LAST MINUTE HOTO fW5T0S WHO WHAT'S WHAT IN THE NEWS i 1 Mine Disaster Takes Toll of Horror fv Five miners BsPed toAttheii Will They Have Luck of Forty-Niners? deatn ana thirty-nve were injured when coupling broke in ore mine near Bessemer, Ala. Photo shows crowds at pit. Strange Job Air CCA 4 ro2& test ' fi iy 1 tils k. m. TOJ f fir V V .. :5v Vi$3g (By Piciflc Atlantic) T. W. Edwards of Houston, Tex., is stopping at New York hotel with his puma, Firpo, which he is trying to civilize. (By Pacific A Atlantic) With gold as their goal, 105 men, women and children of San Diego and Los Angeles sailed for Nome. The expedition is one of the most unusual of its kind. The schooner on which they are making the trip is equipped with radio, phonographs and all modern home appliances. ' American Destroyers Return From Turkish Waters am -Cm - 1 jET?- TT if I Following service in Turkish waters, U. S. destroyer fleet (part of which is shown above) put in for repairs at navy yard, Brooklyn, N. Y., recently. Notables Attend Justice's Funeral Hoodoo s; ? s . r: (By Pacific A Atlantic) Though husband, being British, may enter, Mrs. (By pacific a Atlantic, Richard Henton (above) At Westlawn Cemetery, Canton, Ohio, men of national faces deportation for second prominence attended the burial of the late Supreme Court time in year as South T.. HTCIK.- . . Another Barrymore Romance IL j j (By Pacific & Atlantic) Both divorced within the last few months, Lionel Barry-mote and Irene Fenwick (shown above together), famous stage stars, were married recently in Rome. This Fox Has Good Reason to Smile w Vi- Cs I III w K 4 Ok f No wonder this young fox, one of many bred on a Huntington, L. I., fox farm, smiles. And he is'nt a bit backward about being kissed, either. Sisters Under the Skin , (By Pacific Atlantic) That eternal feminine instinct led Nellie Morning Glory, wife of an Oklahoma Indian chief, to a beauty parlor on her first visit to Los Angeles. Here she is having her nails manicured for the first time. "Big Bill" Haywood Joins Reds in Celebration 4 ' ( By Pacific A Atlantic) At Red Army celebration in Moscow "Big Bill" Haywood, ex-I. W. W. leader in U. S., and Mitchell Ruben-stein, once a Columbia student, took part. Boon MteK I . ' 7 v t ' ( By Pacific A Atlantic) Dr. C. Legiardi Laura of New York City is shown watching serum which he claims has effected cures in diabetes cases. Surprise (By Pacific & Atlantic) Because Clara May Miller (above) saved Theodore Tibbits, New York, from drowning twenty-five years ago, latter left her $250,000 fortune. Thousands Hail Neiv King of American Golfers Its tAJ .AP When Bobby Jones of Atlanta, Ga.,' completed last stroke that won national open title for him over Inwood Country Club, New York, course, he was immediately lifted shoulder high by admirers. And We're Missing All This Fun! t fi V -t.; f "v" Wonder what's the cause of these toothful .smiles? Is Gladys Walton hugging Priscilla Dean in the latter's beautiful swimming pool in her Beverly Hills, California estate, or is she merely attempting to get at the pontoon raft? At any rate, they're both happy! . ' $650,000 Gem Theft Foiled 3b I ,,r tkl Q 'S) (I s ( By Pacific A Atlantic) Four New York safe crackers were arrested and a layout of tools (shown above with detectives), said to be most complete ever assembled', was confiscated by New York police when the thieves were about to "go to work" on a building containing over $650,000 worth of jewelry. Six Convicts Break Jail U Ml V1 M1 (By Pacific A Atlantic) " The above illustration shows firemen removing rope from lofty wall of Eastern Fenitentiary, Philadelphia, by which six prisoners escaped after beating guard. They fled in stolen auto. (Copyright, 1923, Pacific &. Atlantic Photos, Inc.) Alncan. i

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