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, 'tween Kirk Kilassa and Adria-
nople, according to Constanti
i " Bulgars have broken through
Ttirk lines and are advancing on
jAdrianople, according to Sofia
. , London, Oct. 23. All dis
patches received here indicate
?Bulgar advance on Adrianople
-Checked. Sofia messages say Bul
gars are again forging ahead in
fface of desperate Turk resistance.
Seemingly Bulgars attempted
.flanking movement on Kirk Ki
lassa and fell into Turkish trap.
. Newspaper correspondents be
ing kept far in rear of armies and
.fed on fakes.
Field Marshal Lord Roberts, in
jspeech at Manchester last night,
,. warned Britons that this "is a sol-
xmn hour and that they should
arm for the ordeal now at hand."
Taken to mean that Roberts
believes Balkan war will certainly
; Berlin, Oct 23. If all Servian
'stories be true, King. Peter's
.armies have got firm foothold in
Albania and cut Scutari off from
relief by Turks. Scutari now "be
sieged by Montenegrins.
-' Servian reports say Kuma-"-hova.
Pristina, Kotchana and
rKrafova have fallen into King
Peter s hands and Servian armies
now are advancing directly on
r Budapest, Oct 2Z.--Montenegrins
satisfied Servian advance
mas prevented all chance -of Tur
key relieving Scutari from south
and are now closing in on Scu
tari. Furious battle now raging'
Semlin, Oct. 23. Belgrade re
ports Turks are devastating
country from which they are re
treating and massacreing all
Vienna, Oct. 23. Tsar Ferdi
nand of Bulgaria suffered broken
arm in fall fro mhorse, according
to unconfirmed report.
Vienna, Oct. 23. Greek armies
invading Turkey meeting with
stubborn resistance. Reports
from Athens say the Greeks have
been victorious all along line.
Report from Athens says
Prince Constantine's horse was
shot under him. Really believed
that Constantine is directing
troops from, safe position in rear.
Four destroyers purchased in
England arrived at Athens yes
terday and now are on way to
join fleet under Admiral Coun
touriotis in the Aegean Sea.
Dover, Oct. 23, Greek de
stroy Koravnos, preparing to
leave here for Piraeus, crashed
into pier and stove in its bow.
Isle of Portland, Eng., Oct 23.
British third battleship squad
ron ordered to sail for Mediter
Believed that admiralty be
lieves Britain will inevitably be
drawn into Balkan struggle.
Report that Inspector General
of the Army Sir John French has
been recalled from visit in Denver
London, Oct 23. Turks flee
ing from Servians along whole
frontier of Southern Servia, ac-