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FULL WIRE REPORTS OF THE UNITED PRESS
THE DAY BOOK
500 S. PEORIA ST.
398
TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. 2, No. 27 Chicago, Tuesday, Oct 29, 1912 One Cent
ADRIANOPLE AND SCUTARI STILL HOLD OUT; GREEKS
LICK TURKS AT CASTANIA
cruiser Baltimore ordered out of
this poit under sealed orders. Be
lieved that she will sail for Turk
ish waters.-
Berlin. The government now
laying low and saying nothing,
although it is plain it realizes, the
L danger of the Balkan situation.
London dispatches all say that
no better combination of circum
stances for the xiple ententer
Britain, France and Russia than
war with Germany just now
while Austria could not help Ger
many. ,
German military men jeer at
this. They say the.pre$ent situa
tion is just the same as that of a
few years ago when Austria
grabbed Bosnia and Herzegoviha
from Turkey.
At that time, Germany backed
Austria up and kept Russia frpm
interfering, despite the threats of
Britain and France.
Paris. Three big battles be
tween Turks and Bulgars, Turks
an&Sierbs, and Turks and Greeks,
are expected within the next few
hours.
Main Turkish army is on north
bank of Erkene river, between
Eski Baba and Lule Burgas. Bul
gars can cut off-its retreat on
London", Oct. 29. Austria,
which has been threatening' to
cause a general European war
Over the Balkan situation, is
weakening under the pressure
brought by the other powers! -
The Ausrtian foreign office
will consent to the allies' demand
for a division of Turkish terri
tory, provided that division is
"reasonable." '
This is taken to mean that Aus
tria will consent to a division so
long a's Servia does not grab so
much territory that Austria will
be cut off from all hope of expan
sion in the near east.
. Berlin. Reported here that
British naval reserves are being
secretly mobilized for service rin
near eastern waters. ,,
Budapesth. Austrian troops
are still massed along the south
eastern frontier.
Roumania "is talking war un
der the concentration, of great
bodies of Russian troops on her
frontier.
London British war and
navy departments were quiet to
day, but it is said that the first
steps toward mobilization have
been taken in secret.
Philadelphia. Sec ond-class

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