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The Wheeling intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1903-1961, November 22, 1921, Image 14

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2,700 MILES
ftVjy Fic.' v net vm : 11
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The bo* cars have It n!t over the
? utos when It come*, to cross-country ?
travelling. At least that is the ronton-;
tjon of Miss Florence Bryant, of I.os'
Angelas. California Flipping a frerght
is cany, said she. who is tall, slender
and graceful and looks anything but a j
tramt* when she home. A Jaunt of,
1.700 mi'.ea. In which the young lady!
d;d everything from weeding beans to |
r-tcklng cotton anil ?hustling freight,
??rinsed her to yearn to "ride the rods '
to the Big Town.
Girl Hikes 3,000 Miles to
Study Medicine
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Miss Theresa Trotnp. studying for a
doctor's decree at OlumMu i'jiverBltjr,
walked 3.000 miles from her home In
Ferndale. Washington, to the college In '
NVh York in order tha? she might ob
tain a degree from a? Kastem college.
Miss Tromp left he home in the eariy |
spring and on tU^^,a-v slept with Indian '
?Qtiaws In thed reservation and jumped
freight tn.1*8 aru' had many toher In- !
tercstlnr experiences. t
/"opularity Brought Hfcr
Millionaire Husband
GilmRrV /w*
(By Internattor.nl Xcwa Sedvlce.)
Several ye^* ago Mabel Gltrrinn tva*
a popular favorite with theatregoers.
Know who she Is now? Mrs. William
U Corey, the wife of the steel million
aire. Recently she purchased a sable (
coat faif the small sum of J75.00P. Don't '
miss the dlnkv hat and "balloon"
sleeves on F.thel Barrymore. appearing
.n to-morrow's Issue.
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And J?o Tonle.
The mediaeval duke on the scaffold
wu* being kidded gentlv along by the
executioner as the latter stropped his
:.*? blade.
"Any ast word. H'or,;,"" inquired the .
head* taker.
.?'Mighty decent of you." murmured
the duke as h.- laid his head on the
block. "Jt:?V glte It the r>n. e-ott,
please." *
A returning soldier found a prett;.
looking card in Vram ? and brought tt
^ home to have his wife hang 4n the p<r
? lor. It read: "Ici on parle Krancals."
"What'a 'he idea?*' she demanded !
That mentis 'French spoken bete" and
you know you don't."
Well. t"> lie hanged'" ejaculated the
?\-soldier disgustedly. "'l*he guy that
so'd tt to me said it meant 'God bless
n ;r ltt-me." I.oglon Weekly.
t.ittle Willi*?What is a dreadnaught.
l-'ather?A dreadnaugiit. my son. is a j
woman who wear* the 10-1 style of i
jlreeA *
Opening of Conference on Armaments Limitation
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Tliis exclusive photograph, made in Continental hull. Washington, shows the opening session of/the conference on
limitation of armament as Secretary Hughes was delivering his memorable address proposing u naval holiday for Amer
ica, Croat llrltaln und .lupnu.
\ Burial of America's Unknown Soldier
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<i?-ii**rnl view of the burial t>f America's unknown hero In front of the amphitheater In Arlington National eente
ter.v : Seorelary Weeks, Uemrnl Pershing and othet; high officials ore la the foreground. Insert Is a photograph of ex
1'res dent Wilson and Mrs, Wilson in their carriage in the parade.
Mary Acts as "Queen of Spades" -
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This Interesting photogriiph from England shows King (Jeorge (at right)
smiling as he watches (^ueen Mary plant ? iw mi'Ihc front Inwn of the Nn
tionul Institute ?>f Agricultural ltotnny at Cnmbrhlge.
. Not So Easy for Mail Bandits Now
ll<-r<? ore some ?.( Ihe minims lictnilcil to guni'il the 1'niteil States mails,
on iluty :i> mail sacks tile beiu? loaded Into trucks. It is believed tlmir pres.
??nee iil oie.it!.. Icsmu the number "f mull robberies.
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I "rail day" lit tin1 law murls In I?ul>
| iln was made notable by "the c:i11 inu to
' the Itnr of the two llrst lady banisters
, of Ireland. Tliey are Miss M. Kyle
(left) and Miss A. K. S. I'everell.
lMn*k huiiW-rs nff imw in llirir ;rlnr,v
ami arc tlii<liii? tin* Irtiniina'
llnrn I* i>ih' i.f tln'in In liis liliihl unit
nC f?>r :i Hi"-!; "f hints in ri.so.
Our Modern Youth.
"Is iniiiiiiiia's pmii llttlo liny rr-ndy
in have his haili now':" "Oil, 111?? 111vr.
I'llt ..111 1 111? t;niii|ve l.V K?s|l : W'lloll
n i)i,iji's si\ yours n|i| it's time in tal;o
liiin nut nf tin* KiiiiliT>:arU'ii ilnss. II!
[l:il;n my .sp.'usli in ilin lull ulioii l'tv
j luiil my ci^ari'tie."
Armistice Day Ceremony in Arlington Cemetery J
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President Harding delivering tho address on Armistice day at the tomb of the "unknown soldier" In Arlington nafl
tional renteter.v amphitheater. The Insert shows the President nnd General Pershing marching In the fnnernF procesl
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poor little rich ciRL Destroyer Wood Stuck in the MuA
Heiress to n fortune estimated as
high ns $.*iu.ihkUhio and yet without
siillieient means t<> spend for lier prop
?r education and support. Tills Is
the plight of a "poor little rich girl"
in real life Jacqueline Lebaiidv?as
I revealed Pv application made to Sur
rogate Unwell in Nassau fount.v. New
Vork. for .Slo.iHHi from her father's
estate. The sixteen .fear-old daughter
of the eccentric Jacques Leliaudv, self
styled "Kmperor of Saliarn," who was
slain by bis wife In their liotne at
W'ostbtiry. I .ens: Island, in January of ,
11)10, Is one of the riehost trlrls In the
world. Tim estate Is tied up In seem
ingly endless litigation.
I >r. I'ranriseo \". Snu>'h( 111 of New |
York city has written to 1'resident t
Harding giving him details ??f Ids
"hygienic" hand shake, which has j
1??m*ii adopted by various persons who ,
have much of the "gripping" to do. i
The doctor's method Is based on the
theory that having your hand shaken,
jars the entire nerve system and
causes not only muscle strain hut 11
strain of tlie entire body. The Idea,
lie says, is to shake the otTivr person's
hand As to the proper "grip": Clasp
tie right hand of the person greeted
and then place your left baud over his
right. Titus the exeitlon will he even
ly divided and the strain lessened.
Exit Columbus?
r?ld Columbus really discover Amer
The question has arisen as a result '
of the gen nidation after thousands of)
years of seeds of the moon llower oh-1
tallied from a bridal wreath found on
the head of a the thousand year-old
^inunmy of an Kgyptian princess.
l^ueslioiis 0:1 tli'^suhjert of the seed*;
were addressed to the secretary of fhe
Ih.ti-.li IJoyal ilotante society by a
'correspondent who declares that these
seed* liaij grown ami tlowereil.
The answer of the curator was that
the story was an improbable one. The 1
moon tin iter js a native of tropical!
America, and for a wreath of it t??|
base been foiid on the tiejid of 1111
Ccyptiatt princess of that lime would
mean that America must have been
discovered by the Kgyptians 4,00t>
I years belore Columbus.
It really wouldn't be right to mil n United .states navy destroyer "old
in the-intid." hut here's the l". S. s. Wood almost justifying the r;iifbol. ?
stands stolidly on n mud-flat, off Angel bland, t'nl. The ncvidei;! i<crS
during a heavy tnoruitig fog. _
After Collision High in the Air
This picture tells the- story of n naval ntrfdano collision 4,000 foot
the earth nt San Diego, Cnl., ud?1 I em os little wender that one pilot vu kfl
nml t he other so badly broken t:p bis recovery seems a loof wmj off.
WlnthTcy E. Blackwell was killed and Lieut. Daniel IV. TomJlasoc lojfl
I-Tylt*tr villi othi-rs In close formation they had veered otT at aifsol to rotvH
their on North island, anil somehow brought their wings Into contact.
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