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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1925)
Ice Floes Turn MacMillan Back from Arctic
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—Photo by National Geographic Society
The Bowdoln, flagship of the McMillan Polar Expedition, at Hopedale,
Labrador, the last stopping place of the expedition in North America. This
shows the Bowdoin, high and dry, being refitted with a new propeller to
replace the one smashed by ice bergs.
The Possible Cause.
From the Kansas City Star.
‘‘How did the schoohouse in your dis
trict happen to burn down?” asked the
able editor of the Tumllnvllle Torch of
Liberty and Tocsl* of the Times.
“X hain’t paid no pertickler 'tention to
the matter,” replied (Jap Johnson of
Rumpus Ridge. “But I reckon some of
my children must a’ got tired of going
to sbhool and sorter (yaw-w-w-wn),
set it afire.’’
Now a Farmer !
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At his castle at Oels the foiv
mer Crown Prince of Germany
posed especially for the Inter
national Newsreel photogra
Dares the Deep
Alma Reed, New York, who
Will sail with an expedition
from Genoa next month to ex
plore the ancient cities beneath
From the Passing Show, London.
Gran'pau—Weel, Angus, ma we« man.
nle, if I wore to gle ye 5 shWIn's for
your holiday, whit would ye do wl’ It?
Wee Angus—Count It!
Jazz Girl Is Found Guilty
’ DOROTHY ELLiNiGSQM ’ ' •/* ^
Dorothy Ellingson, San Eranclseo girl who killed her mother, found
guilty of manslaughter by th>j Jury that heard her trial.
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Maude Feely, actress, has
sued John E. Cort, theatrical
producer, for alimony. He se
cured a divorce in Connecticut,
but the actress-wife succeeded
in having the decision re
Always Something Wrong.
From the Yonkers Statesman.
‘‘I dunno why women want to nag
so," complained Mr. Wombat.
"What's wrong now?"
"There’s always something wrong.
Either I'm home too late or I'm home
too early. Maybe I got dandruff on
my coat collar or soup on my vest. It's
this, that and the other. My wife Is
ulways finding some flaw.”
"They mean It for your good, old
mac.’’ advised the sagacious friend.
"A wife wants her husband to appear
at his best. To keep him so Is a labor
"Will It always be that way?”
”1 fear so. Even If you were an an
gel your wife might well find a feather
’.Veaf, New York, (492) 4 p. m., pro
Alexander Moore, U. S. En
voy to Spain, who was signally
honored, according to Spanish
custom, when a bull was killed
in front of his box in the ring
In On the Game.
From the Boston Globe.
First Chap—Loan me your umbrella
for a couple of minutes?
Second Chap—No, thank you. I knot*
that little trick—that’s how I got It
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cas*? Mrx rrjR^KreH
I .,, j.i n.aaat,
Captain Martin E. Trench,
U. S. N., who has been ap
pointed Governor - General of
the Virgin Islands. lie also
will be in command of the naval
station at St. Thomas
Eyes of Youth and the “Master”
V Gustavo Carranzo. “Master” of the Cult of Cosmic Intellectuallsm, which he founded In New Yortt
and two of his pretty disciples, Leuoine Fulladosa and Margaret Vives. Recently, Carranzo fled whoa
he received alleged death threats, but has returned to his school.
Paid to Kill
hkia HT.y-vitv MDeo.i,r, ^]
Mrs. Nellie Modile, Chicago,
confessed she paid $600 of the
$1,000 insurance her husband
carried, to a man who killed
her mate. Husband beat her
and paid attention to his step
daughter, wife said.
Richard Rogers, who was William
Jennings Bryan’s chauffeur, was
the first to view the body cf the
dead Commoner. It was Rogers
who was sent to awaken Mr. Bryan,
who had been taking aD afternoon
Loses Her Husband
>rA%IKOVA. M V
The exotic Nazimova, of the stage and Bcreen, has an
nounced she divorced Charles Bryant in Paris. At the same time
she announced at Los Angeles that she had taken out her first
naturalization papers. She is a Russian.
From the Country Gentleman.
Housewife—We're going to get an
electric washer, and so we won't need
you any more.
I.aundress—All right, lady; but an
c-leatric washer don’t give out no gossip.
There’s Money in This
Off the famous Nantucket Shoals tftls 510-pound sturgeon
was captured and carted to New York, ykere, cut up, it brought
fancy prices La the open market.
Moves at Last
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For the first time since his
arrival after the war, the
former German Kaiser will
lea^e Doom, Holland, shortly
for a vacation at the Dutch sea
side resort, Zmdvoort.
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