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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922
graphic Review of the World's News
Colonel William N. Haskell, U. SI Army, in charge of American
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On the same steamer were Iicutenant-Colonol N. Horlick, of the British
Army, and his brother, Sir Ernest. They fed 1,000,000 Russians last
winter and will attend the Hoover conferences.
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Fi'au Adele Schreiber, pictured
here, is leader of the Women Work
ers' Political, Party of Germany,
one of the most powerful orggniza-
ions in the new republic.
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VeUCOrV&SS X!X0Xri,(iile vu avwwwv."- namcd by pope Pius XI at the re-
V' ...i. ' ' cent consistory were Monscignenr
Here is an exclusive photograph of Baroness Gabriolle von Kuenow, Anhur Stenigaus Toneh0i, Arch
who no ir appears as the second woman in the Eternal Triangle which has bishop of 0rleanl) France, and
entcn I the life of the ex-Kaiser at Doom Castle. For six months, it Monseigneiis Giovanni Bonzano,
nw . ars. Wilhclm was engaged to the Baroness, whom he kept at Apo8toiic Delegate to the United
Do s his -housekeeper only to cast her off at the inst.gation or states, formerly stationea ... nu-
t.:...... TTaraiitiA nt Reuss instead, incrton.
the taiser Camariiio ' ana miw.y - i "
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second flat. He had a goat-gland operation performed a few months ago and was so full of "pep" that short
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ly arier ne ran away irom ine neia in me ainieuc meei ne ran iiway irum mo jinauu guuiua nm t.v.i..s
on a road gang. Motor cycles were necessary to catch him.
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vtm-a m the first photographs of the Hear m von initial. conforenCe.
-ttempT?nd .the Turkish war M Haa, Pre. don , aU
Lord Curzon represented England Premier f ttended, as did General Weygand Marshal
French interests. . M. Venizelos, former Prem er of Gee Turkish dc,egatlon.
Foch's right-hand man, and Admiral Laeaze, of the French n y
Pv little Sallv Mitchel LeFevre, of Washington, D. C, called
J.tie. William Howard Taft to make a sale of Christmas Seals,
but remained to hear a story of his own recollection, of the tuberculosis
warfare which started long before Sally's blue eye, saw the light ol aay
TT.,lrt GS a nAmn an hv hn n Mn ".1 (1 tT fiffOTl. hft9 forced the arrCBt
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and confession of members of a bootlegging band, clearing her brother,
Leo Sauerman, of the murder of Alex Dombrowskl, Michigan faruior, for
which he was sorving a lue aemoucu.
Hr iii the first, photogruph to
of Tim Healy as he
arrived in Dublin to take up hie
duties as the first Uovernor-uen
eral of the Irish Free State.
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Senator Charles E. Townsend, of Michigan, Is shown conferring with
James Cornells, former partner of Henry Ford and Mayor of Detroit,
who has been appointed junior senator from Michigan to succeed Tru
man Newberry, who resigned. ,
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This is a photograph of Mrs. W.Da J , . Mrs. Thompeon cUl,. to 1
arrested while an audience (paia aam..o.., -
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. TW.or. Ralph French, 26, of oun'a'". ' ' k Mrs. rraace. Tyack Frencn, on .
ha. ever obtainde divorce. .Hi. brotn ,
an aeeesaory to the alleged bigamou.
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.d Liam Mellowe.. right-hand man of Eamonn de
Valera, have been executed by the lrish Free SU.e U Dublin, in reprisal
f his hotel i the Irish capital.
, ''''"TvanT FuUe, uf M.tU, .e iC D-thy Gordon, Boston h.
lieutenant-Governor Alvan T. ruller, ui - ,.. v. .,. u held at hex guardian'. 0
t0 . 500,000 estate, i th. McLean I.u- A.y.um - .
has ordered an investigaUon of a. the ke?t ,verT kt fof ,U ..onths in this "
fifiil heiress, about wnoio '"' -- .
SJ- wfcii i intended to restrain dangerou. lunatic.
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