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MODERN CINDERELLA FINDS Price Collier, daughter of Mrs. Price
HER PRINCE IN NEW YORK Collier.
Iiliss Menke is a modern Cinderel
la. She lost a pump leaving a New
York car. Jack Wolfson found it, ad
vertised and fitte"d the shoe on Miss
Menke's foot. They will wed.
SEASON'S FIRST SOCIETY BRIDE
Mrs. St George is the first bride
of society at Tuxedo Park, N. Y., this
ENGLAND WINNING BUT FOOD
PROBLEM IS SERIOUS
London, April 28. England is winy
ning; the ultimate success of allies
cannot be doubted and that success
is being'achieved at less and less cost f
But meanwhile England must econ
omize and make sacrifices. Around
this text today Premier Lloyd-George
delivered an eloquent address in for
mal exercises responding to freedom
of the city granted him by London at
the Guild Hall.
Emphasizing the seriousness of
the submarine problem, on which he
said "the best brains of Britain and
America were now concentrated,"
the prime minister appealed to the
public for food economy and increas- -ed
production, voicing at the same
time the belief that there woald be no
necessity for increased food prices.
"Ireland," he said, "is the one me
nacing prospect on the whole hori
zon. I appeal to all to sink personal
and party feelings for the purpose of
a settlement there."
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HINT RADICALS DYNAMITED
Chester, Pa., April 28. Startling
indications that the Eddystone mu
nitions plant disaster may have been
caused by Russian plotters came to
light Friday at the coroner's inquest
into the death of 102 victims of the
Federal authorities are combing
the country for a Russian govern
ment inspector known as "Waskoff"
who sent a message saying "Explo
sion occurred today our crowd safe"
to a radical Russian newspaper in w
New York immediately after the.
Washington Sec'y of Commerce
Redfield asked congress for appro
priation of 50,000 to relieve food sit
uation by introducing fish into more
peason. She was Miss Katherinel