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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 05, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 4

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RUSSIAN ULTIMATUM EXPIRES BULGAR WAR
VESSELS ACTIVE TROOR TRAIN BOMBED
Berlin, via Wireless to Tuckerton,
N. J. Bulgaria has only two possible
answers to threats of allies, Bulgar
ian minister to Berlin declared in in
terview. She must demobilize in re
sponse to Russian ultimatum, "or l)e
gin action at once."
London. Russia's 24 hour ulti
matum was not handed to Bulgarian
foreign office until four o'clock yes
terday. Since 24 hour period in
which Bulgaria must reply did not be
gin until ultimatum was delivered,
Bulgaria has until four o'clock this
afternoon, Petrograd time, in which
to back down from menacing atti
tude. Athens. Three Creek sailing ves
sels pursued and shelled by Bulgarian ,
revenue cutters in Aegean sea. Barks
escaped undamaged.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Two hostile torpedo boats, one of
them French vessel, shelled Turkish
town of Adalia, destroying municipal
hospital and killing one inmate.
Paris. French artillery exploded
German train north of Verdun, near
Ornes.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Allies attempt to break German lines
in west not only failed, but did not
alter military plans of German gen
eral staff. No new regiments were
sent to western front to meet Anglo
French attack.
Athens. Large barges on which
are placed powerful long range guns
now being used by allies in bombard
ing the Dardanelles forts.
Paris. Cannonading 'particularly
heavy on French wings in Cham
pagne region where strongest attacks
against German lines have been di
rected since allies offensive' began.
London. Preparations to meet a
new enemy in Balkans want forward
rapidly in allies' capitals today, while
Europe waited impatiently for Bul
garia's answer to Russian ultimatum.
Since time limit experide yesterday
no word has come from Sofia or Pet
roograd. All dispatches from Bulga
rian capital have been delayed from
24 to 72 hours during past fortnight
and it is possible Bulgaria's answer,
if she made one, will not reach Petro
grad until late today or tonight
London newspapers today unani
mously expressed view that Bulgaria
has ignored Russian ultimatum and
that czar's minister probably left Bul
garia last night Expect war without
further" diplomatic exchanges.
Rome and Athens had reports to
day of great military -activity both at
Odessa and Sebastopol, declaring
that Russia was preparing to trans
port large expedition to Bulgarian
Blac ksea coast
SEN. ETTELSONNOW SITS IN
State Senator Sam Ettelson sat
side by side with Corporation Coun
sel Folsom just back of Mayor
Thompson's chair as president of the
council last night.
Ettelson is attorney for Chicago
Tunnel Co. He fathered the Baldwin
committee created through "correct
ed" minutes of the senate journal.
Ettelson's partner, Dan Schuyler, is
attorney for the State Street Stores
ass'n.
Hardly anything else was needed
to give a Big Business touch and a
smell of Special Interests to the ma
yor's staging.
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BITS OF NEWS
Miss Carrie Ely, office 11 S. Dear
born, dragged 150 feet by auto, State
and Adams. Dead.
Sheriff says it's up to Hoyne to
close bars on Sunday outside city
limits. Hoyne says he can't do police
duty.
Edw. Robscon, 2140 Milwaukee av.,
dead; wife and son unconscious. Es
caping gas.
Frost expected tonight. Watch
your plants.

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