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men, members of Holy Name So
ciety, paraded in silence through
streets here as protest against
Lancaster, O.-rTraction car
struck auto near here. Mrs. Mar
garet Clouse, 77, instantly killed.
The new German naval Zeppelin
dirigible balloon left this morning
for one of the longest flights ever
attempted. Will take 40 hours.
Has 21 passengers aboard.
Columbus, O. One killed, 3
seriously injured and ten passen
gers cut by flying glass when two
trolley cars collided here in the
Havana. Antonia Ayala, mes
senger of National Bank of Cuba,
arrested in connection with the
disappearance of a package con
Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Wood
row Wilson'is so confident of elec
tion of her husband for president,
she has bought goods for 7 new
gowns suitable for White House.
London "Pragger Wagger"
is the nickname for Prince of
Wales, by his fellow students at
Magdalen college, Oxford, where
he entered yesterday as a fresh
THE WAR SITUATION
Berlin, Oct. 14. A high author
ity here confirmed the report that
Italy and Turkey have signed
treaty of peace.
Italy to keep Tripoli and Cy
rensica and pay Turkey big in
demnity. , 4
London. In face of Berlin con
firmation'of signing of Turcp-Ital-
an peace treaty, Lord Morley to
day said that negotiations be'
tween the two countries were not
pregressing favorably. ,
Sofia. Fierce fighting between
Bulgarian and Turkish troops
near Egripalanka on frontier.
Three Bulgarian armies con
centrating to begin war in middle
of next week.
One army will- seize mountain
passes through which Turks
would need to come to invade.
Second will attack Adrianople.
Third, supported by Serb army,
to 'march on Uckub in Albania.
Macedonian rebels have seized
Kresna pass and are holding it
against any flanking movement of
Constantinople. Turkish cab
inet today drafted note to powers
flatly refusing to agree to de
mands of Balkan allies.
Belgrade. Turkish troops in
vaded Servia near Ristosazt.
Servian army gave them war and
battle still is raging.
Podgoritza. Food supply of
Montenegrins running short.
Wounded suffering frightfully for
lack of medical attention. Only
three or four surgeons to attend
to many hundreds of wounded
sent back from front.
Berjin. Reported that Aus
trian army is marching on Rus
Mrs. Knicker-J think it's so
wjcked to play bridge : ; but I sup
poseit's just one's way of looking
Mrs. Bocker Or one's way of
playing it, dear.