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raging at. Monastir. Servians are
attacking the city, a Greek force
is hastening to reinforce them.
Zecci Pasha, in command of
the Turks, has concentrated all
the scattered remnants of the Sul
tan's western forces in the city,
and it will not be easily taken.
London. President Daneff, of
the Bulgarian chamber of depu
ties, is reported to have said that
Austria has agreed to give Servia
a port on the Adriatic and the
railroad between Mitrovitza and
SOLDIERS WANT WAR
Pekin, Nov. 16. Thousands of
telegrams demanding war with
Russia poured in on President
Yuan Shi Kai today.
France and Japan have offered
to act as arbitrators, but there is
a bitter protest against accept
ance of the offer.
It is not France the people ob
ject to, but Japan, which long has
had an agreement with Russia to
split up part of China between
Unless Yuan declares war he
will lose his power. Several gen
erals already are planning to lead
their men against the Russians
without waiting for a declaration
of war. The common soldiers
THE MORNING WORLD
The World has suspended pub
lication of its morning edition,
but will go on with the evening
and Sunday editions
Union men may miss the morn
ing edition, but The World has a
much better chance to succeed in
its fight against the, trust press by
confining its efforts to the even
ing and Sunday field. ' - '
It ought to be able to improve
both the evening, and 'Sunday
editions' by spending on them the
money it has cost to get out he
morning edition '
Paul A. Brandt, president' of
the Star Optical Co., 2141 'Madi
son street, today swore-out awar
rant, charging his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Sarah Davis, of Bucking
ham, 111., with kidnaping.
Detective Sergeant Edwa"rd
Selser left for Buckingham today
to arrest Mrs. Davis and bring
her to Chicago.
Brandt's wife died September
5, 1912, leaving him with-two
children, Louis, 7 and "Flor
Mrs. Davis came up for the fu
neral. She became attaqhed to
the children. She asked Br&ndt
to let her have them; he refused
and seht the children to the hojne
of Mrs. Nudleman,' 5147 Prairie
October 8, Mrs. Davis called'at
the Nudleman home, andtooc the
two 'children away, Saying she
wanted to buy them some clothes.
She h& not been heard -frbm "
Brantit says that. Mrs. Davis
also took furniture and jewelry
from his home at,l!3 N. Francis-
co avenue and put them in stor
age. He says he will'nqt charge
her with1 this, since he only wa"nts
his children back, '