SARAJEVO, Bosnia, June 29, 1914 (UP) -- Serious rioting by furious mobs occurred on the streets here this afternoon. Scores of Servian business places and dwellings were demolished by pro-Austrian mobs, while preparations were being made to remove the bodies of the assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his consort to Vienna tonight. Police and soldiers charged the rioters ineffectually in several quarters of the city. It is reported that several Servians were killed.
Late this afternoon the fury of the mobs was increasing and it was believed that when the bodies of the Servian assassin's victims are removed from the army hospital, there is grave danger of a slaughter of the Serbs by the infuriated Austrians.
Officials to-day declared that after Ferdinand received Gavrio Prinzip's bullets through the neck as he lay in the arms of his wounded wife, his last words were, "Sophie, you must live for the sake of our children." Then he immediately expired.
The bodies of the dead Prince and his wife were embalmed to-day by Dr. Dynes, commander of the army hospital here. He was assisted by Chief Surgeon Aronstein. It was because of the serious character of the anti-Serb demonstrations here to-day that the Emperor decided to have the bodies leave for Vienna to-night. They will go on a special train to Metkovitsche, where they will be placed aboard an Austrian battleship, and will be escorted by a squadron of warships to Trieste. The bodies will arrive at Vienna on Thursday.
It was announced to-day that the body of Franz Ferdinand will not lie in the Imperial crypt in the Capuchin Church in Vienna, but that the Archduke and the Countess of Hohenberg will be interred side by side in the private crypt of the picturesque Castle of Amstetten, which overlooks the Danube.