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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1924)
World’s Largest Dirigible Leaves For United States
THIS IS THE ZR—3 IN ITS HANGAR IN GERMANY
GOVERNMENT HALTS TO WELCOME CONQUERORS
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Never before In baseball history have the wheels of the Federal Government been halted to give
official recognition to athletes. But that Is what took place when “Bucky” Harris, "kid” manager, took
his pennant winning Senators back to Washington for their first World’s Series. President Coolidge de.
livered the address of welcome and all the players received gifts. President Coolidge is shown presenting
A silver loving cup to Harris, while Postmaster-General New, Secretary Hughes, Walter Johnson, Presi
dent Isaac Gans. of the Washington Chamber of Commerce, and Commissioner Rudolf look on.
1,300-MILE CANOE TRIP VIA OCEAN ROUTE.
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George H. 0. Smith, a mining engineer of Toronto, Can., has arrived In New York after a 1,300-mlle
Banoe trip from Cape Breton Island, Nova Beotia. His canoe weighed but fifty-five pounds, was fifteen
feet long and had a beam of thirty-two Inches. He made the Journey In forty-three days of actual pad
dling. He declared he intends to cross the Atlantc Ocean in the canoe to win a bet,
SHENANDOAH SUCCESSFULLY MOORED TO SHIP.
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The D. 8. 8. Shenandoah, the world's largest dirigible, for the first time in history, has been snccesw
folly lashed to the mooring mast of her tender, the U. S. S. Patoka, in Narrangansett Bay, off Narragan
eett Pier, R. L After making fast to the Patoka the Shenandoah was towed for several miles, as she will be
when at sea with the battle fleet.
Jumps To Death In Movie Stunt
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A determination to got into the movies, which many rounds of the
etudlos failed to diminish, caused Cosmo Pocolll, 26 yenrs old, of Brook
lyn, N. Y-, to invite motion picture operators to picture him Jumping off
the Williamsburg bridge into the east river, 176 feet below. The oper
ators, on a tug, pictured the leap. Poccolli landed flat on his stomach
and was killed. His body was not recovered.
“Doc” Cook’s Ex-Wife Runs Cafeteria
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Since her divorce from Dr. Fred erick A. Cook, explorer nnd oil
promoter, Mrs. Marie Cook has take n to operation of a cafeteria In
Fort Worth, Texas. Her one-time f amous husband is serving a term
MINISTER HELD FOR ELOPING WITH GIRL.
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Within three W6«ks sedate, forty-year-old Methodist minister, Kev.
Joseph E. Yeats, pastor of the Methodist Church at Alluwe, near
Nowata, Okla., had obtained a divorce, eloped with a fourteen-year-o.M
girl, married her, had been held on a charge of abduction, had been
repudiated by his child wife and had heard his divorce from his first
wife annulled. The girl with whom he eloped was Georgia Fields,
who sang in the church choir. The girl Lias forsaken him. declaring
he performed their own wedding ceremony, saying he had been given
authority to do so by the Methodist bishop.
Follies Wife Jails
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Mrs. Cortland Young, former
Follies girl, of New York city
has caused the arrest of her hus
band, a millionaire publisher,
from whom she Is separated. She
charged he forced an entrance
into her home, intoxicated, and
attempted to "kidnap” their
Wife With Theft
Alleging she looted a safety de
posit vault of $21,000 cash and
negotiable securities belonging to
him, Dr. P. A. Sparks, a Los An
geles, Cal., dentist, has filed at '
Santa Ana a complaint charging
his pretty young wife, Mrs. Lu- '
cllle Gladys Krause Sparks, with
Woman Writer is 60
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This Is the latest photograph of Rl
carda Huch, Germany's foremost wo
man writer and one .if the most re
markable women of modern times.
She excels as a poetess, novelist, es
sayist and historian. She has just
celebrated her sixtieth anniversary.
MAN AND WIFE, :
Keyser, W. Va—This hamlet today
boasts the distinction of having Wesfc
Virginia's first married law firm.
Vernon Rankin, young lawyer, re
cently married a young lady newly;
admitted to the bar.
A shingle dangling from a windowr
in their office-home sports the mar
•led couple of lawyers' firm nam^
>.« Rankin Q Rankin.
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