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THREE BEST BETS
For Secretary of Interior.
i IB B
Jerry B. Sullivan.
"I hear you fell out with the
bank," "Yes; I lost my balance."
THE WAR SITUATION
Constantinople, Jan. 31. The
sublime porte today ordered the
Turkish delegates to the London
peace conference to return imme
diately to Constantinople, and
there now seems no chance of
preventing a renewal of the war.
The Turkish cruiser Hamidieh
today attacked and destroyed
three Greek warships in the har
bor of Stamoalia. a Turkish
island in the Aegean, lying near
the Grecian archipelago, about 20
miles from Amorgos.
London, Jan. 31. If the Bal
kan allies renew the war against.
Turkey and win, they shall not be
permitted to divide up Turkey-in-Europe
in their own way. This
was the decision of the great
powers today after a consulta
tion of the London ambassadors
with Sir Edward Grey, British
secretary of state for foreign affairs.
THE SUFFRAGETTE WAR
London, Jan. 31. The suffra
gettes continued their slingshot
campaign from the tops of motor
busses today, but they did not do
much harm to the house and store
windows they aimed at. One one
succeeded in getting arrested.
She was Jane Melford, daugh
ter of Mark Melford, an author.
She was fined $8, with the alter
native of spending a month in
jail. When her father insisted
on paying the fine, she wept in
The suffragettes are today de
claring that the men have formed