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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1925)
Life’s Little Side Show
Mrs. Gertrude Turner Hudson (left) and Miss Margaret Hudson are
■ahown getting warmed up In a Syracuse (N. Y.) police station where they
•were taken after being arrested for trespassing. They Were found rid
ing “blind baggage” of a fast train. It was cold, too, and they were glad
•when the cop “pinched” them. They only did It for fui\ as they had tw#
tflrst class through tickets.
Following the blizzard which tied up tralric in New York, came a storm
sleet which rendered the streets Of the big town almost Impassable.
Autos slewed from side to stde, whll e horses found it next to impossible
to remain on their feet. Photo sho ws one of the many cases.
This Is Mario Glgllo, a cousin of Gigli, famous opera singer, and a pro'
|ege of Johnny Dundee who sent hi m to New York from Italy, believing
tSut Glgllo has the makings of a light-heavyweight champion.
Brent Glasscock, leader of the bandits who committed the mall robbery
at RoAdbut, 111., and who has just b een, sentenced to 12 years in the peni
tentiary, sent the rifle he used in the holdup, together with his nr' his
wife’s compliments, to Postmaster General New, who is shown . the
photo holding the gun. Postofflca Inspector Rush Siramonds holds the
“Miss Miami* J
Down la Miami, Fla., where they
are supposed to know all about beau
tiful girls, they have chosen Miss
Ruth Wtfsdall as “Miss Miami" for
Rich Woman Works
As One of Servants
Martha Prewitt, daugnter of one
of Kentucky’s first families, worked
as a maid in the town house of a
wealthy London (England) min Just
to learn something about the serv
ant problem. Now she is back home
In Lexington regaling her friends
with tales of Jones, the “h’odd man,"
and “H’lsabelle, the 'ead ’ouscmald."
Woman Tames Bandit
Miss Lillian Johnson, of Chicago,
persuaded Donald McClugh, twenty
three-year-old farm hand, to give
her hia revolver after McClugh had
held her up, drew from him a
promise that ho would quit a career
of crime, and then took him to her
home to end his three days' fast.
Neighbors who saw the rough look
ing stranger were not so tolerant,
however. They called police and
, McClugh was Jailed.
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Diana Miller, star */ the silent
drams, has been reports 1 engaged
to George Melford, motion picture
photoplay director. Both admit
they Intend to bo married, but keep
the Hollywood film colony guessing
by refusing to Dame the date.
M. M. Belding, millionaire. Til
considerably miffed when Coast
Quard officers off Miami, Fla., mis*
look his pleasure yacht for a rum*
runner, and in order to stop It, took
» few shots at It and him. He Is now
filing suit against the government.
He Is also a plaintiff against tht
government for publishing his in* i
come tax returns.
Shot by Lover
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Miss Lora Palmer, 28 years old,
pletty Instructor of languages at the
University of Wisconsin, was Bhot
end probably fatally wounded by
Frank H. Bernard, 82, whot'e love
»lie had epurned. Bernard, a former
itudent, met Miss Palmer In the re
ception room of the French House, a
boarding and rooming bouse. Her
refusal to marry him caused him to
fire three bullets Into her body. He
then killed himself. Bernard lived at
Hlbblng, Minn., and divorced big
first wife a year ago.
She’s Comfortable, Anyhowl
The winter Is In Its lnfanc^J*ut Bess Levtne, assistant postmistress
hi Palm Beach, Fla., finds the w« Uier so warm that she has to sort mall
te this kind of costume.
jy Mile. Jennie Latcas, the young to*
W dancer of the Paris Opera who Is
f only 18 years old, has been Judged
the premier ballerina of the opera.
Henceforth she will have only fea
ture parts, by her victory havin*
won her way out of the ballet.
Oh, to Be a Boy Again
What wouldn’t you give to be a b oy again and do stunts like this. The
kiddles In London have a new sport all their own, designed tor their
roller skates. With their pet dec for a horse they go sailing down the
walks at 8 M. V. H.
I York's most beautiful Portia.
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