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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIgF
' When called to "fire" at 2319 N.
'California av. firemen found that
Wm. J. Werner, member of Truck
Co. No. 19 was Treing married to
Sarah Muller at her home. He met
her when he rescued her from fire at
N. Center av. and W. Erie st. in June,
Arrangement$ were made to serve
25 persons at dinner of Civil Service
Round Table at Hotel LaSalle last
night. Two persons 'were all that
"showed up." Round Table has been
Machine of Dr. C. M. Fox, 5461
Washington av., stolen. Several
shots fired by cops at thief. Thief
escaped. Auto recovered.
- Wedding presents and jewelry
worth $1,700 taken from home of
Mrs. Isabella C. Favorite, 4561 Green
WQod av. ' j
J.-H. Riordan, 137 Fourth st., N.
t., who says he is staying at Audi
tdrium, reported to police that he was
robbed of diamond ring worth $200,
gold watch and chain worth $10 0r
and diamond stud worth $100 by
man he met in saloon. Clerks at
hotel say there is no man there by
While fishing, Isadore Pike, 14,
2021 Allport st, got sl big bite.
Thought he had a whale. Called fire
men to help him pull it out. Firemen
pulled out body of man about 45t He
had been in water two months.
Wm. Pennington, 1508 'Sedgwick
st, arrested after he had robbed
home of J. B. Buckley, 3232 W. Mon
roe st, of jewelry worth $450.
Warrant issued by "Bud" White,
saloonkeeper, 306 S. Clark st, for ar
rest of C. Ogg, late of 3104 S. Park
av; Charges embezzlement of $40.
Issued warrant Tvhen Mrs, Dgg ap
pealed to him to find her husband
who "beat it" and left her penniless.
George Beloski, laborer, killed
when- oven in factory of Lyon Metal
lic Mfg. Go., Aurora, exploded. BuHd-
ingparuytiestroyeur ,- trf
R. T. Buscher, Jr., 36 Antioch, IIL,
found dead in chair in saloon of H.3
Mertz, 3535 W. Chicago av. i
A. R. Tearney, ex-alderman, being
sued for $200 by Charles C. Kirk, who .
alleges breach of contract .. vp,
Ed Levinson, alias Lang, sentenced." w
to pen In 1910, was held to grand jury
yesterday when he pleaded guilty to'1
robbing a messenger boy, 14.
Illinois Club, held annual-May party" ,
lasf night Gave official approval to
Irish National Trade Congress of,:
Illinois was organized last night',1'
when 2,000 Irishmen from all over
state met at Hotel LaSalle. Will dea
"vote interest to sale of Irish-made-
.goods In U. S. " ,
Aloysius Deminski, 7, 1651 N. Pau-
Una st, while in nightmare, crawled
in crib and slept on top of brother, .
Florian, 8 months old. Mother found?
the .baby suffocated to death. i
Mrs. Martha Witzel, 58, 1919 S. Al-J
bany av., suicide. Gas. HI health.
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ALFONSO APPEARS UNAFRAID -OF
SHOOTING RUMORS f "
Paris, May 7. -King Alfonso of ""
Spain arrived here today for, a statei t
visit to President Poincaire, In spite
of rumors that he is to be shot at
Alfonso has been shot -at so often! i
that it no longer excites ,him. The-1
last time he Tas in Paris, officially,.
was in 1905. whenan anarchist hurl
ed a bomb at him. Twenty-eight p'eo-f
pie were injured, out Alfonso was J
unhurt , J
Several men were arrested recent-) )
ly in Barcelona and Bordeaux for
plotting against the life of the king,;
They, had fitted up a shooting gallery:
ana were practicing marksmanship.,
A foolish consistency is the hob-i
goblin of little minds, adored by little
statesmen and philosophers and di
vines. With consistency a great soul
has nothing tg do,