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BULGARS TAKE SERB TOWNS I for murder by abortion. Mrs. Mary
ALLIES BOMBARD COAST
Berlin, via Wireless to London.
Bulgarians have occupied Negotin
and Rogeljevo, Serbia.
London. Bombardment of the
Bulgarian coast by-tb.e allied English,
French and Russian lieets reported.
Military positions and harbor works
as well as railway station at Dedea
Rome, via Havre. Terrible atroci
ties by Bulgarian troops described by
Serbian refugees arriving in Greek
Paris. Serbians now on offensive
along northern frontier and Austro
Germans have stopped advance.
Athens. That Greece is negotiat
ing for an accord with Bulgaria offi
London. Heavy movements of al
lied troops from Salonika toward Ser
bia in progress.
Berlin. Kaiser has conferred iron
cross on Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria,
London. From reports that allies
are now advancing northward from
Salonika believed here today that im
portant battle was near with Bulgar
ian forces a-straddle Salonika-Nish
railroad south of Uskub.
London. 24 enemy's ships sunk
by allies in past month.
Bucharest. "Russian troops will
land on Bulgarian coast within two
weeks," Russian boast
Berlin. Serbian capital has been
transferred from Nish to Kraljevo.
BITS OF NEWS
A. J. Cermak, secretary United So
cieties, says A. B. McCoid, att'y for
Anti-Saloon league, is taxdodger.
Louis'Bocz, 23, arrested for desert
ing wife, 40. Difference in ages caused
trouble. Three children.
W. S. Bush, Peoria, publisher Labor
Gazette, expelled from 111. Fed. of
Labor by 466 to 5 vote at Alton con
vention. Failed to substantiate graft
charges against Pres. J. H. Walker
whose office he wanted.
Mrs. G. Piazza, 939 Miltonoksdljhyjmejorp-Jto jaiL.
Sorce, 876 Milton, dead.
Judge LaBuy made John Boswell
promise not to eat meat for a year
so his temper would improve.
Police looking for thief who
snatched $5 bill from hand of Mary
Luska, 10, 4358 Crystal, on way to
store for mother.
Boston, Mass., Oct. 23. Two hun
dred freight handlers at Boston and
Albany terminal and four hundred at
New Haven terminal joined strike of
Boston and Maine employes.
Detroit Strike ultimatum from
railway clerks in Michigan, Ohio, In
diana and Illinois in employ of Mich
igan Central railroad delivered to of
ficials of company. Clerks demand
standardization of hours and wages
for various classes of clerical work
ers. London. Food riots in many places
in Germany declared responsible for
federal counsel's decision to regulate
food distribution and prices.
Washington. Federal trade com
mission ordered immediate investiga
tion into alleged combination of
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia cotton buyers to hold down
price of cotton.
El Paso, Tex. Embargo against
shipments in and out of Northern
Mexico in complete effect here to
day. Cut off all sources of revenue
for Gen. Villa.
New York. Upwards of 30,000
men and women will march up Fifth
av. this afternoon in greatest demon
stration for woman suffrage ever
held in America.
New York. Col. Roosevelt has a
new motto, "To hell with the hy
phen," which he would have take
place of "E pluribus unum" on coins
New York. "He writes beautiful
poetry, judge, but we can't eat it,"
Mrs. John Styles told Judge BealL
Judge told John he could start mak
ing bacon and beans instead of;