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'jgLXXXV!.! NO- 56- SALT LAKE CITY, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 19-12. 1(5 PAGES FIVE CENTS. f
MAKE
II II OF
IE OFFICERS
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I Detectives Snot Down
c Trying' .lo Arrest
an and Woman in
Raines Law Hotel.
h .
p OTHER MEN ARE
atally WOUNDED
? ' "
Ijthe Last Bullets in His
jbniatic Pistol the Male
5'ndit Kills His Com-
? panion and Self.
V
iff YORK, Nov, IS. A limn and
s TfOinim stood in a small room
'jtl a Raines Jar,- hotel in the
Bronx tonight and deliberately
jcVn three detectives and two
ietn who were trying to place the
k'der arrest.
It nearly emptying: the eleven
tn of a large automatic revolver,
hi hy shots from nn ordinary
H in the hands of his woman
t!o3, aud probably fatally wound-
0 of those whom he shot down,
IjEhotmul killed the woman and
it a ballet through "his own head,
iailantly.
f w the outline of one of the most
1 jhooling affair? the detectives
Kity have run into so far as the
lipj: ttorics of I tie shooting had
iiflri tonight.
itii man is known by several
;hnvinc registered at the hotel
xph A'ogol. The Tolicc declare
Pole named Pheres Dorngycski .
Oman with him had registered
Hie Vogcl. "Vogcl was -IS years
3 tbc woman about -8.
ectcd of Robbery.
detectives were on the trail of
ilr, suspecting them of having
tjwmpliecs in u diamoud robbery
liflt aphii; Hcckendorf, a domes
liken held for the grand, jury
fTho womau who Had lost tho
.traced the girl to Vogcl'a house
M the detectives of Jicr discov
er a taxieab chase today, the
jtci learned that the Vogels had
-'lodging at the Elsiucvo hotel at
ti avenue arid One JLundrod and
Sat street, in the Bronx.
IfilOfisco Detective Fay i"d
Diltctives John Allen and Louis
i'fl'cnt to Ihc hotel in .search or
jarry lutt tonight. Louis Mond
liropriotor, told of the cou
ijiog arrived in a tuvxicab early
'evening and ordered William
j'i waiter, to show the detectives
tVoEds' room.
I on Sight.
H oyened tlie door in response
Famous, and ab Allen forced his
declaring- that the couple were
firrcst Vogcl struck tho detective
Ipeail willf a blackjack and then
,P"a. mngazuie- piatol -which lay
'iA? bci). JliB nrst htillpl struck
'JK'1 lhc J"-1 ami ho foil, prob-
iz)W hurt. Detectives h'ay and
rushed iuto the room .followed
Motor Alondschnin and llutlcr.
lare,I they did not firo a shot,
Feted to seize Allen's assassin.
rc not quick enough, Vogol
:"fc shot after anotkor, nearly
iV taking effect. Fay . and
?cin both vuceived probably
IfWnds in thc abdomen. Gorade
jj i" the .leg and back and But
l61 a. bad wound in the hip.
Woman and Self.
man; aiEu ariIlc,f ii;tll nrej
f wols, Home of which, it is bo
f h'1 tho detective. Evidently
, Jlis. .gunwork, Vogd turned
c.P0n tto young "woman compau
W vas .shot through the abdo
r00'1 expired. Vogcl made
Hki r0 '""""elf by putting Um
P deaS"11 KUa int0 hie Lcad
Pf hospital to which all of thc
I, ,,i 0 amoved it -was said that
MImI'iI11 Butler, would die.
M 1 !?' two trunks ami two
hWSm ,ch 11,0 couple b"d t,,l;cn
iB hut iiVurc wiovutl to a police
;HE? "l io stolen jewelry was not
ion pf Girl.
Umt tracing tho
niui'n-r i dut:tve8 woro prob
do?'n a '-'omplctely or
mi t 1(5 f()r robl,i"- reeidenccs
tent . 0 uL'Pur vot side. The
hMjr'l Avl,ld' tho 3ieclcnndorf
bUj " cUrCl1 h,Jr "itl nmner-
io5?ri a,ouutin t0
B!elsM?",ght-aml ennfewed that.
Hfaem 1 Y,th h-cr 11,1(1 that iL
h n . 111,1 ,vc th" "tolen
it tj.. i, P,n" of operation was
K'r advertjgp for a posi-
k you her employer b house.
h
TELLU1E PROPERTY
IS SOLD IT AUCTION
Bought in Under thc Reor-I
ganization Plans for
$6,460,000.
INJUNCTION DISSOLVED
Nothing' Now in the Way of
Completing the $52,000,
000 Merger.
Tin; temporary injunction to prevent
the sale having been dissolved In Denver,
the holdings of the Tclluridc Power com
pany were sold at public nuctlnn at Tcl
hnirte. Colo., yostordny, according to dis
patches received here last night. The
property was purchased, In accordance
Willi the reorganization plans previously
reported, by VT. 10. Wheeler, -president
ojfctlic J2ank of Tclluridc, for ?fi.iG0,000.
Mr. Wheeler acted for the Utah Powur t
Light company, the corporation recently
formed for merging scvcrul power inter
ests. The .sale was made 1y tho sheriff at
Tell u rid t. It Includes all the belongings
of the company in Colorado, Utah. .Idaho
and other western states. The reorgan
ization with D. C. Jackling as vice pres
ident and general manager, will be ef
fected at an early date.
A tentative settlement out or court of
the claims of Tj. J. Xunti, former presi
dent, of the company, preceded the disso
lution of the injunction in Denver, grant
ed by Judge Whllford in thc district court'
Saturday night. Jt Is understood thut
Mr. Nunn will vocplvo. 525 per share for
his stock and charges made against him
in the federal court in Denver of misap
propriation of funds vli be dropped.
Protests. Not Heeded.
When the auction was on, protcat
against thc sale was made by represen
tatives of thc Butterfly Mining company,
which has a claim against the Tollurlde
company for damages arising from thc
breaking of a dam some ycara ago; also
by a representative of the forestry serv
ice. Tho protest was not heeded, how
ever, by the sheriff. Jt Is understood that
thc objections were raised to thoroughly
equip the claimants for any action they
may desire to lake in future to collect
for damages.
Mr. Wheeler made the purchase in . thc
name of Neal A. WitheiV'for the Utah
Power & Light company. The trans
action removes all obstacles. It Is said,
in thc way of the ?52,000,000 merger of
Colorado. Utah and Idaho power com
panies. Tho new corporation, it ia un
derstood, will furnish power for the Dun
ver fc IXla Grande railroad, when Its
line from Helper to Salt Lake over Sol
dier Summit cutoff is electrified, accord
ing to announcement made Saturday by
J?, u. Jlrown. vice president.
Grading Contract Let.
Vice President Brown in Denver j-citer-day
announced that tho contract for
grading t lie fifteen-mile detour line
around Soldier Summit had been awarded
to the Utah Construction company of
. Ogdcn. The grading for thc double track
to be laid there will cost the company,
according to terms of the contract
$1,500,000. Tho contract calls for the
'completion of thc work by August 1,
1013. and Mr. l.rown said thc line would
bo completed a month after that dale.
Thero arc no bridges of Importance to
construct, hut a tunnel 255 foet long will
have to be put In and numerous con
crete arches will be required. The new
double track .will he laid with nlnoly
pound steel and ballasted with Jordan
Narrow gravel.
Future operations of the big power
corporation include a lnrsc plant in
Utah.
TROOPS TOLD TO
SHOOT TO KILL
Four Additional Conpunies of
MJliLia Rush Tnt.o West Vi:
ginia, Mining Camps.
CtfAKLKSTON, W. Ya.. IVov. IS.
Four additional companies of state- militia
were rushed tonight into the coal strllto
district of West Virginia to reinforce
four companies now in tho field. Armed
minora ar0 marchim? toward Paint Creek
to "clnan It up,"
Militia now in the Held lins been or
dered to halt tho miners and shoot to
kill, if noccssary. Miners .-mot up two
smalt villages today, but there were no
fatalities
JSnelnuer ' Blankenshlp, on a special
train drawing several cars of strikc
breakcra, received a flesh wound when
a. volley was tired on his train near EsU
dalc thin afternoon. A train carrying
a company of militia proceeding immedi
ately behind was not molested.
NO HOPE FOR RECOVERY
OF SENATOR RAYNER
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. Senator Ray
ncr of Maryland, who has been 111 here
for auvcral weeks, is in a critical condi
tion tonight. Early today the senator
v.nt it elnklng. spell and he has been
mwliitt Kdlly weaker since. Phyal
ffii hoK 1 ut no hope for his recovery.
IDAHO CARRIED BY
.GOVERNOR WILSON
BOIS13, Idaho, Nov. J8. Woodrow Wil
son carried Jdaho in tho recent election
by 1100 votels. TVilh ono small county
iiu'mnnlvtc and all others official, thc vote
32,1'JO; Itoosevelt, 2.,aa
THREE KILLED
10 21 INJURED
II "HOTEL EIRE
Blaze Starts on Second Floor
of the St. George on East
Third Street in Los An
geles, at Midnight.
VICTIMS TRAPPED
' IN UpPER STORIES
Those Who Lost Their Lives
Jumped From (he Windows
and Were Mangled on
Pavement Below.
i
j
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov? 10. Three j
persons are known to hovn been j
killed and about twenty injured
in a fire at thc St. George hottl i
on JEa3t Third street, near Main, at
midnight. j
The fire started In thc second floor,
and. drawn up through the elevator shaft.
It spread so rapidly that those on the
fifth and sixth floors who did not receive
thc warning in time -were compelled to
Jump from the windows. Those who lost
their lives jumped from the upper
floors.
The Dead.
MUS. CIIAELOTTE HAJUIINGTON.
MRS. F.I-LA MOEAN.
JOSEPH MARTIN", jewelry clerk.
The Injured. !
Baby Harrington. IS months old.
daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Harrington,
slightly burned.
Hay Jlarrah, vaudeville performer. In
jured from jumping from sixth floor.
Mrs. Hay Harrah. injured jumping
from sixth floor.
Julius Malonc, colored, engineer at ho
tel, fatally burned.
Jefferson Osborne, moving picture ac
tor, burns on fat:o and arms..-.-.. .- '.
Tho others were only slightly injured.
Many Narrow Escapes.
Many had miraculous escapes from
deiith and. perhaps a score or more owe
their lives to heroism of Oscar Jones,
vho ran thc single elevator of the hotel,
making trips lo the sixth floor and down
with the small car packed with humanity
until thc flames and smoke made further
trips Impossible-
Thero .wore also a number of heroic
rescues by tho firemen.
Mrs, Harrington, who was a member of
a company playing at a local theater, lost
her life jumping from the fifth floor. IDs
cape had been cut off, tho only means
having been a single stairway In the j
building, which was soon ablaze. She
first tossed her 13-month's-okI baby into
the net held 'by thc flremon and then
jumped, but missed tho net and sustained
injuries which caused her death a, short
timo later at a hotel across the street
to which she had been removed.
Crushed to Death.
A woman whose name was said to be
frs. Klla Moran. Jumped from a sixth
story window on thc front of. the hotel
and was crushed to death on thc aide-
vwuii. uciuvi.
Mr. and arrs. R J. Bock jumped from
a sixth story window. Mrs. Jiock imme
diately got lo her feet and staggered a
nhort distance from the place. It was not
until she was taken to tho receiving hos
pital that It was learned that her back
had been broken.
"Bock also jumped from the same win
dow, but his Injuries ate not serious.
Mj and Mrs. Bock wcro said to have
como hero recently on their honeymoon
trip.
The firo did comparatively little damage
except to the upper flooty.
WILL RETURN TO
MEXICAN HOMES
Mormon KcL-ugces Have No In
tention of: .Remaining on This
Side o ihc Line.
Special to The Tribune.
Eh PA SO, Texas, Nov. IS. Thero
is no present intention of the Mormon
church to abandon its Mexican colo
nics or to establish permanent Mormon
colonics in tho United States. Apostle
Tvi'iis of tho Church of Latter-day
Saints arrived Sunday evening from
Salt Lake and. made this announce
ment Monday morning-. Apostle Jvtns
came hero to discuss with thc local
counsel of the church tho prosent and
future pkuiH for tho colonists of Mexico
and to care for the refugees who arc
not yet located on rnnches in the
states,
J.lo says that tho prosont coloniza
tion fifVort that is being made under
the direction of former Stake President.
Junius Kuinney and Business Agent O.
P. Brown, is to he hut a temporary
plan to cri'o for the colonists until t.uch
jt timu as thoy arc permitted by politi
cal conditions in Mexico to return to
their homes in thc Mexican colonies.
GET-RIGH-QUICK
SWINDLERS IRE
LHJII JAIL
Arrests Made in Six Cities by
Secret Service Men Bring
, to Light Existence of
Gang of Grafters.
LARGE SUM NETTED
BY CONSPIRATORS
S
Victims Are Small Corpora
tions. Inventors and Pro
moters; Woman Gives
Damaging Evidence..
CLVCINNATJ. -Xov. IS. With tho
arrests' today in si.v citiot of
men aliened by the government
to constitute a monumental ct-rich-quii-k
chain of. swindlers. United
States secret ten-ice men declare they
have brought to the surface au organi
zation that has mulcted small corpora
tions, inventors and promoters of
$.1,500,000 in Ihc last three years. Thc
arresls were made as the result of
secret indictments returned here by the
United States grand jury- Those ar
reted iv ere: F. D. Minj-jird, at Cleve
land, O.; Gcoree S. llannaford. at, Chi
cago: P. B. Warron. at . Rochester. X.
V.; Mason G. Worth, at Xcw York:
Thomas lshwiek, at Boston: A. Bruce
Crane, at. Xcwark. X. .1.
The indictments were returned here
against live men who are alleged ' to
have constituted ono link of the chain.
The five sire Minyard, llannaford, Fish
wick. .1. 7?. Long and .1. G. Malcom,
who are said to be in Canada. Tho
other arresls were made on affidavits of
government ofiicials.
Betrayed by Woman.
Much' of (he eyid&Mcc : w.hicJiMiJ.tj,
in'" the iudiiTtThOirtsT it is- sa fd. was given
the grand jury by ji woman. Miss Clara1
Kronaga, formerly cmploj'ed as sten
ographer by the llrm of Minyard, Jis
eelcr & Malcolm.
Thc plan of operation, it is charged
in the indictments, was for members
of the concern to advertise their ability
to sell stocks for promoters and in
vestors. Those who aneworcd the ad
vertisement's "were told that the slock
should not be sold at its true value un
less gitarautecd hy a reliable guaranty
company. The .customer was then
recommended to George IL llannaford,
who conducted thc Chicago Debcnturo
company, llannaford, tho indictment
states, would guarantee tbc slock,
charging 1 per cent of its par value.
No Effort to Sell Stock.
The promoter then would be in
formed that a purchaaor for thc entire
issue had been found providing the
proposition was found worthy. A. charge
rating as high as ono-third, or some
times 'Jo per cent of thc par value of
tho stock, would be made for this in
vestigation. Afterward tho promoter
was informod that his proposition had
proved to bo no good and was dropped.
Tho indictment charges thut the pro
ceeds from tho two "-vcrc divided among
mombors of tho 'brokerage concerns
and the .lebcuture companies. Xo effort
was made to sell any stock, it is de
clared, and only a perfunctory investi
gation was made of the. merits of thc
different enterprises.
List of Victims.
The individuals and corporations
named in tho indictments here as hav
ing been victims of tho brokers in
clude the Bitter Root Valley Fruit and
Products company, the Folding- Fiber
Box company, the Goldficld River Bend
Mining it stilling company, the Tuseou
Consolidated Mining company, the Der
byshire Manufacturing company, tho
United Mine fc Smelting company, the
Biirrell Manufacturing company, "Brad
ley, III : W. IJ. Money, Jtockford, J1U
and .1. if. Wi5Sov, Milwaukee, Wis.
Xumeroua letters advisiug prospec
tive customers to communicate with the
Chicago Debcnturo company, or relat
ing to the sale of stocks were attached
to the indictments as evidence.
Use of the Mails.
Tna sending through the mails to
U. 13. Wissow of Milwaukee, of a
phamphlet called "Investment vs.
SpeeulHtuni,' wan made tho hasi3 of
one count in tho Indictment.
Warren is president of tho Ameri
can Redemption company at Rochester
and Worth was charpod with complic
ity in a scheme to do fraud in connec
tion "with the Rnchefitor concern. Gov
ernment officials declare that they
have evidence showiug that these- aud
other concerns all were involved in the
ono chain.
The firm of .Minyard, Kosslor & Mal-
(Oontinuod. on Page Nino.)
Moneyless Husband Sues
Millionaire Mother-in-law
For Beguiling Wife Away
LOCATES ISSON FOR
HIGH COST OF 1118
Yale Professor Declares - It Is
Due Primarily lo Gold and
Credit Inflation.
XEW YO.R.K. Xov. JS. Professor
Trvutg' Fisher of Vale university told
the members of thc Xcw York Manu
facturers' association in Brooklj-ji to
night that the high cost of living was
due primarily to what he tcrmod gold
inflation and credit inflation.
"As those two influences, gold and
credit, arc closely related," said thc
political economist, "wo may unite
thom in thc word inflation.
"History is full of illustrations. o.t"
paper money inllation and tho terrible
conscquonce in disturbing contracts and
business stability as well as the injury
lo the salaried classes and the waac-j
earners. Yet scarcely was tho provia-j
ion made for thc redemption of the
greenbacks, before wo seemed to have I
forgotten the torriblu evils which thcyj
had caused. Consequently wo allowed
congress to pass a law preventing thc
retirement of thu greenbacks and two
laws providing for inflating our cur
rency with silver. 1 beliovo now that
business men should join in. a campaign
of education to make thc public under- J
stand that gold inflation is just as dis
astrous as silver inflation.
"Monetary contraction and mcntary
expansion arc evils from whatever cause
thoy may conic. Thc lesson of tho hour
is that wo may suffer from gold infliu
tion which comes from natural causes
just as truly as from inflation, through
legislative enactments.
"Tho weight of the gold dollar re
mains fixed hut its vuluo or purchasing
powor docs not. To be so careful about
tho size of the gold dollar and so in
different to its purchasing power is
as absurd as it would bo to stipulate
carcfullj' ns to tho tiro of tho package
containing broakfaat cereals, but to
take no notice of how much ccrual it
really contains.
" Uurlng tho last fifteen years al
though tho gold dollnr has remained
the same in size, its purchasing power
has fallen to. two-thirds of tho dollar
of tifteou years ago.:;
Salt Laker in Now York.
Special to The Tribune.
NKW VOltK, Nov JS Mai Unique, P..
. Ikvyncs.
Daughter of Judge Crocker of
, California Asked to Pay
! $50,000 Heart Balm.
j By International ."cws Service
I x 13 W VORIC, Xov. IS. The sum
! mons In a suit against Sirs.
J V Almcc CrocUer-GouraucI, tlumrii
X - v tor of JmTgc Crocker of Call
fornhi. In a ault for alienation of
affections was filed today in thc of
fice of thc county clerk.
Waller Morgan Russell, who married
lr. Oouraud's daughter Gladys a couple
of years a-o, is thc complainant. . lie
asks 550.000 on the ground tlfat bin
mother-in-law caused Mrs. nusscfl to
loavc thc Jtusscll home about a year ago.
Only the summons In Iho suit was filod
Induy and thc lawyers interested de
clined to talk.
To tbo?e who know the Gourauds well
and nave been frequent guests at the
famous receptions Given by thc mother,
tho ' announcement of tho suit caused
little surprise. atrs. Russell and her j
husband have been .separated about a
year, tho break coming In JCngland where
Mrs, Russell In at present. Shu ban a
hnndsomc home abroad ;ind spends much
of her time there. She is Independently
rlc-h and has always been on pood tcrm.9
with her mother.
While ?lrs. Gouraud 1ms three mar
riages lo her credit, the daughter's mar
rlojfe lo Runnel! was not her first mat
rimonial venture. At one time she was
her mother's sister-in-law an well as her
daughter, the two having married
"brothon?-
AVheti the heiress lo the Crocker mil
lions was airs.' Jack Gouraud. wife of
ihc well-known man about town. Glodya
was Mrs. Powers Gouraud. Tills was
In ll'OtJ. Tho daughter obtained a dlvorco
In tho west and It was said at that time
that her mother save Powers Gouraud a
half million dollars to frtte her daughter,
who later married Russell- Mrs. Russell
Is but 2 years old.
UNITED STATES TAKES
THE HIGHEST HONORS
XRW YORK. Nov. JS. The United
States tool: highest honors! In the tlrst blp
Intornation.il contest of ibis year's horse
show at Mndleon .Square Garden today.
L-msland wort second prize and the Unit
ed States third.
Chl3uwell, exhibited by the United
Slais mounted service school and ridden
by Captain Guy V. Henry, Thirteenth
cavalry. In competition with chargers
mounted by uniform army officers from
England. Holland, Relglum, Canada and
tills country, was awarded the Plazu cup,
valued nt ?S00.
Second award, ?To, went to Harmony,
ridden by Colonel P. A. Kenr.a. Knglund,
and third, to Experiment, ridden by
Captain J. It. Ltnduy, United State3 cav-.
r.lry. All tho mounts wcro broken charg
um (heavy wtdghU up to carrying 210
pounds.
U
MONTENEGRINS I
OCCUPY SCUTARI. I
LONDON REPORT 9
Fifty Thousand Turks H
Surrender to the Serv- H
ians at Monastir, Their H
Retreat Being Cut Off I
by Greeks; Three I
Pashas, Including the I
Commander -in - chief, H
Among the Prisoners. B
jfl
TCrATALJA FORTS 1
ARE HOLDING OUT I
Turkey Again Asks the jfl
Powers to Make Peace jfl
j Proposals to the Allies; H
5000 Bulgarians Dead U
as Result of War; Aus- H
tria Fails to Bluff
Servja. II
IiONDdN, Xov. 10. A privats H
telegram received at Sclgvatlc to- H
day reported that SScytarl hay sm- (H
rendered, according- to a dispatch Jfl
to the Daily Telegraph. jfl
Servian headquarters report that ffl
the Turks attempted a sortie frcrh ifl
Atlviaiiopic yesterday on tho ?idc Ifl
of the Servian division, but were IH
repulsed vrith great Josacs.
LONDON, Nov, IS. The Otto- H
luaii ovcrnjucrt n:r.dc' a fresh jfl
appeal. Ihw time through th.2 Jlus- jfl
r.ia'n embassador at Constantinople jfl
for thc cessation of hostilities, ac- H
cording to a news agency dispatch IB
received here thin evening from thc H
capital. Ifl
LOXDOX. Xov. IS. Any idea thp Ifl
Turkish government may hav H
had of bencfitinir by continued Iflj
resistance must be shattered by HH
today's n errs of tho fall of ?.lonatir. (fll
In the capture of that important HH
town the Servians took three pasha. ffl
including the commander-in-chief,
Zckki Pasha. 0.O0U men aud fort H
soven guns, thus achieving the greatest HH
individual success of thc war. Ijfl
Monastir was the second city of iui
portanco in Lhiropcan-Turkey. It wa:
Turkey's stronghold" iu Macedonia, and
by its- downfall Macedonia passes coin- fl
plctcly out of Turkish hands. H
"V7hut. part the Greeks played in thn H
capture has not been ascertained. II IH
is known that tho Greek army was IB
marching to the assistance of the W
Servians, and it is supposed tho Grcoks IH
wore able to cut off tho Turkish retreat l9
to thc south. HH
Tho Servians naturally will bo elated HI
at this victory, which outshines thc cap- HI
furo of Salyniki, and must have great HJj
moral clfcct- on the futuro coarse of th'; H
Hj
Turks Again Silent. H
Another of tho strange alences that IH
have bcon characteristic of thisivarap- IH
pears to have fallen over Constantinople, IH
; front which only brief dispatches have IH
been received, telliuc of tho resumption jflj
of tho Tchntalja battle and that the buI- IH
tau has made a fresh personal appeal HH
to the Kuropcan iovcj-oigns Lo inter- (fli
vene for tho termination of tho vrar tflfl
Quite S3 little may he expected to corns nfl
of this appeal as of tru previous at- Hfl
tempt at mediation by tho powers. fl
"With cholera and typhus ravaging her iui
demoralized army and a powerful IQ1
enemy hammering at tho gates of the ' SMt
capital, Turkoy must again appeal to nfl
tho allies for -terms. Undoubtedly the ffl
obioet of tho commanders in ordering UB
tho attack on tho Tchutalja lines was (nfl
lo compel this course. It seems incr&d- fjHH
iblc that Bulgaria, for ihc moro glory of tffl
a triumphal entry into a city sho does (nH
not desire, should wish to takchcr nrmy (jjnH
iuto n discasc-infcstcd zone. fflH
Reports Unreliable. Bfl
Turkish reports, even the ofEcers' of- jiH
ficial dispatches, of the results of tho Mfl
operations have been so unreliable that fcnffif
little nttention con he paid to the ffjl9
dispatch about Tchatalja iasue'd in Con- fill
stantinoplo Sunday and -Mouday. Thc ijnHR
engagement was probably little moro 5(m3h
than an artillery preparation, which in ilflJH
all important battles lasts several days liiB
for the purpose of drawing tho uncmy's fffl
Ifire and locating his batteries. IJfll
I As tho cA'cct of tho victory nt Mon k
! (Ooutlauod on Page T?o.) M !

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