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MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922.
TMiJOITANVA MfKMTH vmW-.MM 'KNAL. PAGE THREE, News in Pictures From All Parts of the Globe Fatal Firein Shopmen's Dormitory UP I "Miss America" Becoming Famous G-r-r-r-r! How That Hurts! A twisted sted shell is all that romalns of the Pennsylvania Railroad shopmen's dormitory at Pittsburgh. In a midnight Are which destroyed: the building, seven nun were killed und u wore Injured. New Beautv Parlor on Wheels Don't Cry or cuss when dirt and dust cokes up your hair on a. motor trip and makes you lock a perfect (right. Hero's a completo elec trical ma wage and curling outfit that runs by the power of your car. I A Bosten girl's using it. New Stunt in Swimming Races s ft am ' Hold a candle in your hands ana swim on your (NtSE that's the, newest thing in atunt racing. Here's one contestant trying it out at HsTiesden. Knsland. All in a Day's Work ft the wild west thrillers aren't performed in the Wild West. Here's' ant Kleopera of the New York mounted police picking a handker 'ff the ground at a gallop out in Brooklyn, la preparation for thai New.York Police Field Day.' -- - -' MffSMVl Kvcr since Miss .Mary Katherine Campbell cf Columbus, 0., won the title in a recent national contest of "America's mo..t beautiful girl," he has been Bought after by artists, movie men and theatrical producers, ill anxious to display the beauty to the public. Here Miss Campbell is shown Kitting for a portrait by Joseph Cummtaas Chase, noted New York portrait painter. Directing Mrs. Harding's Fight for Life m$7 r wmm f S s m m - . ',- r , ' 1 i ( 1 i Physicians attending Mrs. Hardin?. From left to right: Carl W. Sawyer, son of the president's personal physician; Joel T. Boone, doctor of the presidential yacht, Mayflower; Charles H. .Mayo, of Rochester. Minn General C. E. Sawyer. President Harding's personal physician and Dr. George T. Hardinr. .Tr. Victorious Turkish Cavalry in Rapid Advance man 3Pi a i V This is the first picture in America to give an accurate Mc-a of Mustapha Kemal Pasha's cavalry, thq wing of his army tbnt has been rnost used in his rapid advance to wiihin a few miles of Constantinople. Nouca that some of the horsemen a;e equipped as regular troopers wi ile others have the nondescript accoutrement s irregulars, brigands and marauders who attached themselves to the Turkish chief as he crossed Asia Maoiv The Pick of a Million Thse arc the finest ljal ier. in ii Brcns N'e York'a most rapidly growing borough of nearly a million yopwlattpn. Isft to rint: M.i 1st hs r of the ih I prtre "f the coiuinuiutj'a largest baby euow; Adeiakle lilullch, svcoud. and Mouro BachwJf thhj. mmUk Ti 1 r ii i am in niiwm I' 1: All dentists courageous enough to relieve this London zoo tigress surrenng from toothache, pies step forward. Right now she's chewing a mutton bone, which toothes the gums. She's a gift of the Prlnc "I Wnlia Fordney, McCumber and Their.Tariff Senator McCumber (left) and Congressman Fordney take the tariff kill of which they are co-authors to the White Houso for the signature ot President Harding. . The bill is now law. A Fair of Aces the World War. b ;: auto rater ar.d America's big "ace" is be, Mrs. Adelaide P. Durant. Suzanne to Marryt' Ml m Snsaana Lenglea, i . tennis ; barer. v.-o.e s.i engagemsal rti.s during the tottraamcnt at Pourvillc. r.,T-.3 at the court woaiered u noser t ii:,.t with herfc j,r Mrtaar in mixed douMsa, a ber maUimwiai fiarUiar. '