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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1913, Image 8',
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Rock Island, III. Father Bernard'
Skulik, Polish priest, arrested today
charged with using ttie mails to de
fraud. ' -
Newport, Minn, Mrs. W. Mercer,
51, burned to death and daughter,
Mrs. Harvey Leyde, seriously burned
when fire destroyed their home.
Gasoline explosion. Two babies
Patterson, N. J. Wm. D. Hay
woodElizabeth G. Flynn and other
leaders of the local silk-mill strike
arraigned today charged with inciting
riot. Formal pleas of guilty entered.
Trial set for May 7.
Ladysmith, Wis. Peter Fluri quar
reled with wife. Sat on dynamite
and watched fuse burn. Suicide.
Pieces of him still being searched
Washington. Vinson Walsh Mc
Lean, 4, the iOO-million dollar baby,
played with brace of husky lion cubs
at a circus.
New York. Police searching for
David Bloch, broker, missing with
$100,000 worth of diamonds belong
ing to New York diamond brokers.
Washington. Government Intends
to stop employment of retired army
'officers by corporations engaged in
manufacture of munitions of war. -
Washington. The Niagara, Com
modore Perry's flagship, after being
at bottom of Lake Erie about 100
years, will participate in Chicago's
naval pageant in August.
London. Waldorf Astor, son of
"William Waldorf Astor, organizing
news agency to serve American
newspapers in order to place English
portion of family in better light in
Frederick, Md. Body of Barbara
Freitchie moved from Old' Reform
Cemetery to Mount Olivet cemetery
by Freitchie Memorial Association.
New York. Twombly Craft, a
houseboat, iff to have' sixty rooms,
bowling alley, roof garden and a han
gar for "hydroaeroplane. ,
Smn 9v? vso. eu, c
New. York. Mary Garden1 foynd
man under bed. Friend of Caruso's
who got in wrong stateroom. Mary
said, "Feed him to sharks."
Washington. Paulist choristers of
umcago sang ior resiaem ana Mrs.
Wilson in East Room of White House.
Kenosha, Wis. Mrs. Adelaide Nor
ris, 60, suffragette of Champlain,
Minn., forced judge to marry her to
W. G. Taylor with ceremony omitting
St. Louis. Society men and
women, actors, actresses, chorus
girls and professional "turkey trot
ters" mingled in cabaret from mid
night until 4 in morning.
Columbus, O. Supreme Court rul
ed that man ordered by decree to pay
alimony must pay to estate" if wife is
dead, in case of William G. Stoneman
against Mary Stoneman.
THAT MONTENEGRIN AF.RAIR
Cettinje, April 30. The Montene
grin foreign office today announced
that the Austrian minister has not
London, April 30. Diplomats rest
ed easy today, confident that there
would be no war between Austria and
Montenegro, which would Involve in
ternational complications. This feel
ing is the result of a statement from
Austria that troops of the dual mon
archy would not proceed against Scu
tari until after a meeting of repre
sentatives of the powers tomorrow.
It is now believed -Austria's action
in threatening independent action
was to force immediate demand from
the powers that Montenegro abandon
King Nicholas ,of Montenegro to
day reiterated his ultimatum to hold
Scutari in the face of -air Europe.
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"John, dear," said the bride, "when
we arrive In Chicago let us try to
avoid 'creating the-impresslon that
we are newly married." "All right,"
replied John; "you can carry the rug
and the dressing-bag V u