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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
SCENE OF THE LATEST FIGHTING
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TURKS FROM POSITION
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the southern Montenegrin army, nnd
Tamkanoh In surrounded.
Reports that tho Turku have abandoned
Tarakanch and nro retreating to Hcutarl
have been recolved horn. Further re
ports nro that the Montenegrin .mary
Is preening tho gnrrfoon at Scutari and
that the Turks havo taken rcfugo behind
their innermost lino of defences. It is
not considered prolwblo that the. garrison
can hold out until rrenforcements arrive.
Many Montenegrin wounded have
reached the frontier. Their arrival was
the canoe of a report that tho Montene
grins had met with reverse!", but this
report was quickly denied.
It is reported that tho Christian Malls,
sorl tribesmen, to tho number of some
0,000, havo attacked the Turks from the
rear. Tho tribesmen nro divided into
two camps, the Mussulmans going with
tho Turks. The Christians among tho
tribesmen are receiving nrms from Mon
CRAVE FEARS IN LONDON.
The above map represents the scene
of Montenegro's most active military
operations against Turkey. The north
ern Montenegrin army, with Its mob
ilization headquarters at Podgorlts,
crossed the frontier to the south
of that town and then pushed on
over the I'lannlco Mountains, driv
ing the Turkish outposts before them.
The northern army Is now In the moun
tains north of Scutari, advancing to
Join the southern army In a concerted
nttnek on Scutari, a city long coveted
by the Montenegrins.
The southern division of the Monte;
negrln army left Cottlnje. the capital,
and marched south to the Adriatic,
.Aaatrln'a Slllllarr Preparation
t'nmr Mueh Anilely.
Sneeiat Cable Detwteh to Til a Hfx.
IiONDON. Oct. 12. "When the Powers
meet to review the Rattan situation," de
dares J. Ii. (iarvin, the editor of the Pall
Hall Gazette, "shrewd prophets aro con
vinced it will be with their swords on the
tnhln- Train of nunnowder connect
the Balkan theatre of war with distant
magazines, the explosion of which would
crack tho map of Europe with yawning
Mr. Oarvin's metaphors do not exag
gerate tho gravity of the European situ
ation as viewed by tho best informed
observers in Ixindon. This week end was
the most anxious tho C.iblnets and chan
celleries of Europe have passed in many
years. The Moroccan crisis at its height
excited far less misgiving.
Tho central source of alarm is the mil
itary preparations being made by Austria
and the ominous words of Count Berch
told, Foreign Minister of that country- It
is felt in Downing street and elsewhere in
London that Austria at any moment may
embark on a forward movement in the
sajnk or Novibazar. thus rousing the
Russians to greater fury than they are
displaying nnd making a European war
The Bulgarian army, according to de
spatches from Sofia, will be fully mob
ilized by October 15, nml the Servian
army, Belgrade advices say, by Oc
The first week of the war has not
been alarming In itself, for the tights
have been small, njthough rtSgnlfled
with the titles of battles, nnd doubt
is expressed here, whether the Monte
negrin troops have cleared the way for
nn advance on Scutari, ns the de
spatches from Montenegrin sources In
dicate, tint with the continuing of the
ltnllan-Turklsh war and the mobiliza
tion of the Austrian army, with a
"practice" mobilization of Kusslan
troops, the situation Is not one to be
regarded as reassuring.
It was ascertained to-day that if Aus
tria and Russia leconie involved In a war
over the Balkan peninsula, England
would do nothing beyond tho limits of
diplomacy. A prominent member of
Parijnment said: "Aubtria might occupy
Salonicn and Russia Constantinople, thus
smashing England's Mediterranean pol
icy into bits, without England's dreaming
ef going to war j
Speaking nt a banquet of the Na- I
tlonal t'nlon of Journalists to-night ,
Lloyd George, the Chancellor of the
Kxchenuer. said the prospect was that ! Pnr,.r m,e n ar It Inn Ait.
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where they took boats to Antlvarl, anl
then proceeded by rail to the frontier,
The southern army has been evea
more successful than the northern
vision. The Turks put up a stubborn
resistance, but were driven back under
a heavy Ore. Latest dee pa tehee tell
of the Montenegrins occupying the;
positions (marked with circles), which
dominate Tarakasch. The latter strong
hold overlooks Bcutsrl, lying on the
low marshy land at the southeastern
extremity of the Iake Scutari.
Further despatches tell briefly that a
detachment of the Montenegrin army
has driven the Turks from Tusl, which
town they have occupied.
presented by the Ministers of the two
Powers early this week. The reply will
be handed to them to-morrow. In It j
the Bulgarian Government states Its
views that the representations contained
In the note which lave to do with re
forms In Macedonia to be Insisted upon
by the Powers from Turkey are vague
nnd therefore unsatisfactory. In addi
tion the Bulgarian Government voices
the belief that the note was presented
too late to be of any avail.
Reports of the maltreatment of
Turks and Insults to the Turkish Lega
tion and to Turkish Consuls In Bulgaria
are denied here.
is heightened by the fact that Queen
Elena of Italy is a daughter of King
Nicholas of Montenegro.
MORGAN SAVES POET'S HOME.
SERVIAN ARMY PREPARED.
Three Divisions Attack Turkey
In Different Polata.
Special Cable Detpateh' to Ta Scv.
Heljiudr, fct. 12. The mobilization
of the Servian army Is now almost com
pleted. There hns been some delay due
to scarcity of horses and railroad rolling
The mobilization plans call for three
armies, one of which Is being gathered
at Tzarlhrod and which will cooperate
with the BulgnrlanH, according to the
plans; another Is forming at Mllan
ovatch and Nlsh and a third at Kra
llevo. The second army's objective
point Is L'skub. The third army will
Invade the sanjak of Novi-Bazar.' Al
together the three armies total 220,000
Klnaarler (lives SJ.OOtt to Mela Par
rkase Cornelllr llnase.
Special Cable Detpateh to Tsi fcrx.
Paris, Oct. 12. A despatch from
Rouen to the Eclair says the house for
merly occupied by Pierre Cornellle, the
dramatist and poet, has at last been
J. Plerpont Morgan has given $2,000
for this purpose and this, with the $7,000
already collected, will suffice for the
purchase and preservation of the his
MISS ELLEN MAOKAY BETTER.
WHEAT AGAIN GOING UP.
ton would be ablaze.
RUSSIA TAKES BOLD STEPS.
Experimental SlotillLntlon In Po
land a Serious Mute.
Special Cable Detpateh to Tnr. tc.
fiT. PKTf.nsnumi, Oct. 12. Tho "ex
perimental" mobilization of Russian
troops is regarded in Russian Poland
as a preliminary to war with Austria.
according to despatches rerelvvd from
Cracow to-dny. The A'oio littorma of
Cracow publishes this belief as to the ulti
mate purpose of the mobilization and con
tinues that the people of Poland aro being
thrown i into panic by the possibility of
such a war.
Mutinies of reservists are reported
from Lodz nnd Szuczloz. A report from
Bzuczidz states that fourteen of tho
mutineers there have been condemned
by court-martini to he shot.
ALLIES TO USE AEROPLANES
Many flnlkan Oftleer Have Ktnrilrd
Special Cable Detpateh to Tiir. Hr
Paris, Oct. 12. It is learned on good
authority that tho allies in tho Balkans
as well as tho Turks are oquipcd with
aeroplanes. It is known that Bulgaria
has twenty of these machines. Tho ox
act ligures in regard to Turkey Bro un
obtainable, but it is believed that she has
moro air machines than Bulgaria
Numerous Turkish and Bulgarian officers
have been graduated from tho French
Four Trench aviators left to-day
enroute to Constantinople, where they
will tnke chnrge of the nvlatlon of the
Turkish War Department. They were
engaged at a salary of $1,000 for four
Special Cable Detpateh to This fix,
Pakis. Oct. 12. There was a further
rise In the price of wheat and flour
to-day. The former advanced 50 and
the latter 75 centimes. Russian ad
vices are still unfavorable.
PEACE TALKS SUSPENDED.
Might Optimism Still Rtliti la Soaae
Rome, Oct. 12. Turco-Itallan peace
negotiations were suspended lata to
night. Italy reserving the right to
liberty of action by land and sea. Ad
miral Vall'a squadron was ordered to
prepare for departure to the Aegean
The fact that the negotiations were
"suspended" Instead of being definitely
broken off wns regarded as somewhat
hopeful, but the feeling of optimism was
somewhnt dampened by announcement
of tho order to Admiral Vail.
Earlier reports that a fleet was
already on Us way to Turkish waters
appear to have been erroneous.
A number of Italians have volunteered
for the war against Turkey in the Bal
kans and have loft Italy to Join the Mon
tenegrin army. Montenegro's declara
tion of war has aroused much enthusiasm
The interest felt in Montenegro's cause
Shows Favorable Progress After
Operation for Apprndlcltls.
Special CaM. Detpateh to Tns 8cm.
Paris, Oct. 12. Miss Ellen Mackay,
the young daughter of Clarence Mackay
who was operated upon for appen
dicitis, Is making very favorable pro
gress. 8he has no fever whatever.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mackay. her
father and mother, expect to sail for
home next Saturday.
AUTO COLLIDES WITH STAG.
Henri dv Itothsehlld'a Machine Tarns
Turtlr The Animal Killed.
Special Cable Despatch to Tan Rev
Paris, Oct. 12. While Henri de Roths
child's automobile was speeding
through the forest of Ramboulllet to
day it collided with a magnificent stag.
The car turned turtle, but tho occu
pants were uninjured. The stag was
BARON ARRESTED IN PARIS.
.N'rphew of German Ki-AmtiaMtdnr
Charared With Theft.
Special Cabl Detpateh to Tns Sew.
Pints, Oct. 12. The Paris police have
arrested Baron Clement Radowltz, a
nephew of the former Ambassador of
Germany at Madrid, on charges of steal
ing more than $4,000.
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE.
AHOV, Chins. The army of ov.r 10.S99
mutlnoua troopa commanded by 0n. Puns
hi bren rawd by tha arrival of a fore
et 6,010 Government troopa from Nankin,
(ten. Puns haa dmerted.
SOUTHAMPTON. Tha German ataa-nahlp
w.ainhalla. on tha way from Oelveaton to
Hamburs, came Into collision with the bark I
Enrlqueta oft Portland. The crew of the I
bark were taken off. I
OI.ABOOW, Th Anchor Una ateamihlp
Columbia, attar laavlni Olaagaw for New
Tork, went aground near Dumbarton.
GREEK PRINCE TO THE FRONT.
Ilrlr to Throne t'herrnl nn Way to
Special Cable Detpateh to Tn Btm.
Athens, Oct. 12. Crown l'rlnco Con
stantino of Greece left Athens early
this morning to take command of the
nrmy of Theesaly. Ills eldest son and
several of his staff officers left with him.
There wns n great demonstration ns
the Crown Prince passed through the
streets on the way to the railroad sta
tion. Tho carriages occupied by the
Prince and by other members of the
fatally who went with him as far As
tho station were bombarded with
BULGARIA'S REPLY READY.
Povrera' ole Too l.nte to lie of I'se,
It Is snlil.
Special Cable Detpateh to The Bi
Soma, Oct. 12 The Cabinet nan drawn
UP a reply to the note of Aii'tVi e-v'
Russia ;yglne peace. The note
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