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wealthy young woman, shot and
probably fatally wounded by
Charles E. Lee, negro chauffeur,
who later killed himself. Negro
had been annoying woman.
London. Reports received by
local office of Marconi Company
say that Marconi will not lose
sight of left eye.
Los Angeles, Cal. Trial of
Clarence S. Darrow postponed
until November 25.
Washington. Attorney den,.
Wickersham to make several
speeches for Taft in Ohio this
THE WAR SITUATION
Berlin, Oct. 22. Bulgaria,
Servia and Greece have asked the
powers to refrain from interven
tion in th6 Balkans, according to
report this afternoon. Confirma
tion lacking, but is generally be
lieved. Sofia, Oct 22. Bulgarian gov
ernment says its troops have
broken through entire Turkish
lines from Greece to Black Sea.
Semi-official statement says
Turks are in panic, and are aban
doning rifles, ammunition and
howitzers in retreat.
Government's statement must
be taken with grain of salt. In
regard to first it is certain that
Turkey has no cordon stretching
from Greece o Biack Sea.
Also reported here that two
Bulgarian torpedo boats." have
been sunk by Turkish fleet bom
barding Black Sea ports.
t Constantinople. News of Ad
rianople being beleaguered by
Bulgarians expected here any
Admitted that Bulgarians have
taken all environments of city
and that Turks are withdrawing
Considered impossible that Ad-,
rianople should be taken by storm
since its fortifications are im
mensely strong and modern.
Turkish authorities say that"
long before its garrison could be
starved into surrender, the siege'
would be raised.
Bulgarian advance on Constan
tinople without first taking Ad
rianople laughed at. Turks say
foe would not dare to leave strong
unconquered force behind them to
cut off retreat.
Goevrnment has issued procla
mation impressing upon all Mo
hammedans the importance of not
mistreating Christians, loyal to
Sarajevo, Bosnia. Servian
troops captured. Novavaros in
-Turkish province of Sanjak of
Novilazar after fierce fight today.
Athens. Government says
Greek invaders steadily pushing
northward into Turkish territory,
capturing huge supplies of arms,,
ammunition and provisions.
Government says Greek losses
at Blassona were 20 killed, and
75 wounded; foreign war corre
spondents say Greeks lost 1,500
Paris. Diplomats believe Bal
kan war will be settled by big bat
tle between Turks and Bulgarians
near Adtianople within next few
If Turkey wins, Servia and