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WORLD'S NEWS PICTURES
THE FIRST AND BEST
ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL
December 31, 1922.
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MRS. JULES BACHE, wife ot
international banker; has re
turned from jea.r in Europe.
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DEATH SHATTERS JIOMANCE Bello Bennot,
STORK EXPECTED AUAIN at homB of Kennotll
actress, was lo have become bride in 192u of i'hilip Alexander, says theatrical gossip in New York. Mrs.
W. Mas!, tiim director, who is now dead,
Alexander was formerly Mollie King. (N. Y. A.)
MARY'S TO , WED, according to Broadway re
port, which .couples charming Miss Thurman's name
with that of Allan Dwan, fllm director (M. Y. A.)
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LINERS tOl.LILlK IN NEW YOliK llAUir.ilt IN SNOWSTORM i:iniat5
done City of Mexico, aril liner, bound for Havana, Is shown In this photograph,
lakn after she crashed with Hamilton, Old Dominion llnor from Norfolk.
.1. II. CLYN'ES, M. I'., of laiibof
Party, has been officii'llv recog
ji ?.(; as leader of Opiioaiiion
in British House of Commons.
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' CAl'TAIN F. B.
mands huse liner
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Ot
Arnioman city of Alexandropol i3
directed bv Cliflonl Mownr, ot
KinRston, N. Y., Near East Relief
worker, shown here directing na
tive workmen, who receive food in
stead of money lor labor.
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THIS AMERICAN GIRL is caring for Greek
rerugees In Constantinople. (Int'l Newsreel)
ROMANCE NOT' DEAD IN SORDID NEW YORK This
"Tree of l.iRht" is nnoually ort:tel in Madisoy Sqnaro for
lR. WINER ED T. GREN
FELL conducts famous Grenfell
Missions ia Labrador.
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MISa MARY TUMULTY, dauphter of
Joseph Tumulty, formerly secretary to
President Wilson, who wa3 injured
. abroad, has returned to America. ,
Y. GOWEN, of
Chicago, has com
pleted, with hus
tour of world ou
, smallest, ever to
niakn voyage,' ou
which they were
several times re
EYES OF NAVY
screen laid down
by destroyers in
battle m a n o e u.
vrog off San
. MRS. L. C-A 41 Kit Y is wila ol
First .Lord of Admiralty in new
British Cabinet, (inn Nfcw&recl)
who speaks eight ,
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TO ENGLISH HOME Mrs. W. tiople. has on
A Hood, ot New York and London, listed in United .
sailed on liner Celtic:, after pro- ' States Marines ia
longed stay In America. ' New York.
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. '.. IN; DEMONSTRATION in Now York flax stock grown 100 years
ngo was used ou spuming wheel 200 years old. (Int'l Newsreel)
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DAN B. JOHN- . . ,
SON, president of .
American League. "GENTLEMAN JIM" CORBETT refereed , l-.j .
b he appeared in feature bout at Christmas Basket Fund in Chicago. JOSEPH TUMULTY, secretary to
New York base- "Fighters" , were Harold Jensen and Willie W'oodrow Wilson when' the lattei; wus
ball conference. Fargo, both aged four, "tissueweight" cbampeens. President, has returned from Kuropeah
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CHARLES WRIGHT, head of Department ol Horticulture at New
York State Agriculturtl Institute, Farmingdale, L. I.t holding two
prize squashes, each weighing eighty five pounds. (intl Newsreel)
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