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KING EDWARDS SOUVENIR. 0 WORN BY ALLEGED LONDON BURGLAR. The identification of presents by the late King Edward to General Sir Arthur Paget waft a feature of the proceedings in a fresh charge of burglary preferred against a man giving t.he name of Harry .Johnson (32), known as Coles, arrested on Christmas Eve for alleged buiglary at the residence of )111:, YalJard Smith at Grosvenor-crescent. Ac- cusnd was briuglit up at Westminster Police Court on Monday. -t p;irlour niald in the lady's service caught prisoner in the bedroom, where the drawers had been ransacked and money and jewellery stolen. The secoiid change related to robbery at j Sir Arthur Paget's anterior in date. When 111 custody it was noticed prisoner was weav- ing a necktie of the late King Edward's rac- ing colours, and evidence was given that this was one of four made by his Majesty for iiresenting to Celebrate the victory of Persimmon, and was given to Sir Artluir *0 ne worn on particular occasions. Another royal present stolen from Sir Arthur's bedroom was a large bedside watch, the empty case of which, left on the dressing- table, bore the inscription. "From the King, wishing you a Happy Christmas.

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