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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1922)
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VICE-FOREIGN MINISTER HANIHARA is to succeed Ambassador
Shidehara, long on sick leave, as Japanese ambassador to the United
Still deaf, and mute until 12 years old, Helen Heckman, "the wonder girl ;
of Oklahoma," has been taaght by her stepmother, Mrs. V. Janet Heckman,
to talk and sing. In addition to her other accomplishments, Helen last
year won the prize in a beauty contest conducted by a magazine, being selected
out of 3000 contestants for her perfection of face and figure.
is estimated that during the war some ten million soldiers British,.
Canadian, Anzacs and Americans marched across the site of the war me
morial at Folkestone, Kent, England, which was recently unveiled.
The new Shrine of the Sacred Heart on Sixteenth street, Washington,
D. C, which was recently dedicated, is declared to be the most beautiful
Catholic church in the country. It cost more than $1,000,000 and seats 2500
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Major Charles J. Glidden, F. R. G. S., and Mrs. Glidden have motored
twice around the world, visiting 39 countries and traveling over 100,000 miles.
Their tour lasted eight years. Major and Mrs. Glidden have traveled together
during their lifetime by rail, steamship and automobile-
J. T. Brown, who has accumulated 31 notches on his gun during 31 years'
service as a peace officer, will help maintain order at the inauguration of
Oklahoma's new governor in Oklahoma City on January 8.
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t Attorney-General Dougherty and Chief Justice Taft are shown leaving the psi - 'v?5f
fA f i White House after conferring with the president on impeachment charges f 1 1 " E gf"l A
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