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rigjit Jo"ener Consfaniinop.le, and
that the Powers have no right to
If the Bulgarian army, feels the
S&jrie way as the ipeople do, it is
practically certain thatiFerdinand
Vrtll be unable to control his
troops m the event of interference
by the1 Powers. :
t Constantinople. Each hour is
bringing the fall of this city near
er.' It cannot' hold out much
The people in the city are starv
ing. Cholera is taking a toll of
t In the suburbs, the condition of
the people is even more wretched.
One million are dying of starva
tion there, and typhus and small
pox as well as cholera are rag
Lisbon. Manuel Pardinas
Zarrate, who killed Premier
Qaneljas of Spain, did not commit
suicide, but is under, arrest, ac
cording to messages received by
newspapers -here this afternoon.
The Madrid police gave it out
that he shot himself immediately
af tef the premier fell, bu"t the im
pression here was that this was td
thrpw possible accomplices off
Mrs. Margaret Kirby, wife of
JW. T. Kirby, 'hea'd of defunct pri
vate bank, identified today in fed
eral 'court as woman who had
opened account', with -ariother
bank recently under name of
'!Miss E. Walsh." Made-heavy
deposits. ., -.
" Jdhn Martin, assaulted iby two
men at Madison and Desplaines
Lsts. Fractured skull. Assail
ants escaped. i I i
iHwov boys snatched .handbag
,from Mrs. Catherine Sherlock,.
22261V. Jackson- blvd., ' at W.
Ja.ckon and S. Robey street. ' v
' Armed posses searching Irving j?P
Park and Cragin for maniac who
has attacked three women in , ,
Detectives from headquarters
have made new arrest in murder
of Patrolman Charles T. Jones of
Rawson street station. Suspects
already in custody deny knowl
edge of crime.
Mrs. Mary De Berio, 1519 W.
Taylor St., struck and killed by
auto driven by Rohert Franklin,
1315 Gilpin place. Franklin ar
Mary's Cross-Eyed Bear.
Little Mary had been given a
Teddy bear as a present.' This
bear's eyes were fixed 'crookedly
In its head. One day Mary's
uncle came to see" her. He asked
her" what she called it. .
"Gladly," was the reply.
"Good gracious ! Why have;
you called it that?" asked uncle:
"We sin about it every Sun
day 'Gladly my cross I'd (cross
eyed) bear, said Mary. 1
.Rain and colder tonight for
Chicago and vicinity? Wednes
day clearing and colder J .moder
ate to brisy south, shifting to
nbrth, winds late tonight and increasing.