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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1912, Image 27',
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jveaningA'our Streets and Ave
nues and sich like.
Russian Grand Duke Boris
Vladimirovitch has been show
ing some of the stuff of which
royalty is made lately. The "Lit
tle Father" will Tend Boris to the
Caucasus, where French chorus
girls thrive not, nor champagne
flow the night long.
Albert deBrahrns, musician, N.
Y., murdered wife two days ago.
Bought trunk to shipbody out of
country. Lost nerve. Shot and
Fire at Winston-Salem, Mass.,
'destroyed 3,50O,O0plbs. of tobac
co, valued at $125,000. Ah there,
Lucy Page Gastoii 1
Lieut. Prank DMillerj Mil
waukee police forob died today
after 30 years of service.
, Harry Murphy, 30; railroad de
tective, Princeton, Ind., found
deadwith hul,let through heart
Grand Jury, RuShville, Ind., re
sumed investigation "of -death of
Mrs. L. B. Harris, wealthy farm
pwner. Coroner vhplds ' she was'
murdered and body burned in fire
that destroyed home,
v jias. E. Sullivan appointed
.American Commissioner to
dlympic games at Stockholm, by
Taft. Why doesn't the president
enter these games himself, his re
cent actions almost stamp him as
being mudi more of a physical
than amental athlete.
Tornado swept over three par
ishes in Louisiana early today,
killing 10 and injuring many
others, Scores of - buildings
Mrs. Lydia H. Kane, Qcean
Grove, N. J., has to live on char-,
ity, although she owns half in
terest in property worth $800,000.
Sister owns other half, and has
quarrelled with Lydia.
N Y. suffragettes to have an
other parade May 4. Suffrage
parades are fashion nowadays.
Will of General Frederick D-.
Grant, probated in N. Yl yester
day, leaves all personal property
"more than $10,000" to wife. Says
children already have-been pro
Earl haffer met Phillip Smith
driving with Mrs. Earl Shaffer,
Martin's Ferry, O. Revolver
duel. Bjcrth-Tcilled. Mrs, Shaffer
and son 19 years1 old heldpending
London dispatch says Senator
Smith- has declined 'Tiandsome
offer" to lecture on "modern
ocean liners" at Hippodrome.
Which would seem to prove that
British have sense of humor after
English rmval-authorities held
up steamer carrying Cretan depu
ties td Athens. Powers refused
deputies right to sit in Grecian
parliament. ' Deputies being held
Foun convicts escaped from
Kingston, Ont, penitentiary.
Captured after few'nours.
""VVe'H'have toamputate your
thumb, Uncle Dave," said the
"Dog-gone the duck, Doc I
was the best card dealer in the
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