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PEACE IN THE BALKANS MAY
COME WITH NEW PLANS
Bucharest, July 21. It is semi
officially reported here that the Bul
garian plenipotentiaries at Nish have
agreed to accept the peace terms of
fered by Servia-and Greece and to
grant territorial concessions asked by
Roumania. Such an arrangement
will bring peace in the Balkans for
a time at least.
London. The Evening Standard
received a special dispatch today
from Sofia saying that the Rouman
ian, army has arrived on the outskirts
All communication with Adrian
ople has been cut off.
The report that Enver Bey at the
head of the Turkish troops has re
eaptured the ancient capital of the
Ottoman Empire cannot be con
firmed. There is no news as to what Rus
sia, which threatened to take up
arms if Turkey re-captured Adrian
ople, is doing.
Belgrade. Bulgarian delegates
this afternoon opened preliminary
peace negotiations at Nish, Servia.
Athens. Official report here says
that the Groeks have occupied Pet
zovo, routing the Bulgars along their,
entire front. The fighting was des
perate. Both armies lost heavily.
London. The Sublime Porte to
day forwarded a formal protest to
,the powers demanding that Turkey
"take part in the next peace negotia
tions on equal terms with the Balkan
At that school of expression at
Sharon, Mass., young society buds
of New York and Washington are
running about in the groves as
nymphs, clad largely in expression.
Oh, well, it may relieve us taxpayers
from some additional burdens for
support of regular asylums for idiots !
MRS. EMMELINE PANKHURST
ARRESTED AGAIN .
London, July 21. Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst aged leader of the
Militants, was rearrested today un
der the Cat and Mouse law as she
attempted to enter London Pavilion
to address the weekly suffraget
Six women were arrested for inter
fering with detectives who remained
on guard at the Pavilion after Mrs.
Pankhurst had been bundled into a
A dozen women were badly in
jured in the scuffle, in which seventy
policemen took part
Annie Kenney, who also is on.
ticket-of-leave under the aCt and
Mouse law, was cheered for ten min
utes when she entered the Pavilion
by a side door. No attempt was made
to arrest her.
He fell upon a solidiani
Porpoises on the coast of France
have almost ruined the sardine. in
dustry. To remedy this the French
government has ordered the torpedo
boats at sea to make war on the