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( Athens. After 2 days' bombard
ment Anglo-French squadron silen
ced forts at Bulgarian town of Porte
Lagos and landed troops on Bulgar
ian soil. Allied land forces destroyed
Bulgarian gun emplacements and
after brief reconnoisance withdrew.
London. British steamer Suther
land torpedded and sunk In Mediter
ranean Monday. Crew landed at
London. Dutch schooner Ranger
man blown up by mine off Danish
coast with loss of all on board.
Amsterdam. Kaiser Wilhelm drop
ped broad hint that Turco-German
campaign against Egypt is soon to
begin, in his address at Nish, where
he conferred decorations on Czar
Ferdinand of Bulgaria and Crown
VILLA .STILL AT LARGE
El Paso, Jan. 21. Francisco Villa
is still at large, according to best in
formation reaching Carranzista offi
cials in Juarez" today.
Dispatch from Gen. Herrera, com
manding government troops at Chi
huahua, denied reports that Villa
had been rounded up with several
followers and taken prisoner. There
is every confidence among Carran
zistaa that Villa will eventually be
taken. He will be immediately shot.
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