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BATTLE BETWEEN BULGARS AND SERBS NEAR
BELGRADE IN HANDS OF TEUTON ALLIES
Salonika, via London. Fighting
between Bulgarians and Serbians mo
mentarily expected. Concentrated on
frontier are 100,000 Serbians.
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless.
Street rioting in Moscow resulted in
death of three rioters, wounding of 12
and injury of 25 policemen and eight
higher officials, on Sept 27.
Paris. Seven to eight thousand
Germans fell in kaiser's attempt to re
capture lost positions at Loos and to
Petrograd. Two Russian torpedo
boats have destroyed 19 Turkish sail
ing ships off Analoian coast since
Vienna, via Berlin and. Sayville.
Austro-Germans had dislodged last
armed Serbian from Belgrade today.
They were advancing on Serbians in
Macvo district and north of Obren-ovatsh.
Vienna, via Berlin and Sayville.
All Italian attacks on Austnans on
Vielgereuth plateau in past few days
Paris. Serbian resistance to Aus-tro-German
invasion reported in
creasing. Plan believed to be to delay
advance until allies arrived from Sa
lonika. London. British steamship Thorp
wood sunk by German submarine.
Copenhagen'. 11 of crew of Ger
man steamship Lulea, torpedoed by
British submarine off Gjedser, landed
Athens. Destruction by Austro
Germans in taking Belgrade complete
in 2 of city's districts. 6,000 shells
thrown into town.
Paris. Crews of steamships New
Castle and Dimitrios, respectively
British and Greek, torpedoed Satur
Amsterdam, Gen. Jekoff, who has
taken field command of Bulgarian
army, succeeded as war minister by
Gen. Uajdenoff. M. Radoslavoff now
Athens. The allies were still dis
embarking troops at Salonika today.
Paris. Germans under Von Hin
denburg continued today to wrest
scattering positions from Russians in
Dvinsk region. -,
London. Heavy bombardment
progressed today on Franco-German
front in Champagne. Both sides
claimed small gains. Not believed
here there had been important
Athens. Germanlegation today
formally denied to Athens govern
ment that Bulgaria was induced to
enter war by promises of Greek ter
ritory. London. From Belgrade Austro
Germans pushed steadily on into Ser
"Was the Smith banquet a suc
cess?" "Yes all three speakers had bad
cases of tonsilitis."