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Bulgarians Encouraged By Their
Victory At Mustaphn Pass ,
Severe Fighting Reported-Turkhh Settlemeol Thirty Tvt
Miles From The Allies' Objective Point, Shelled
And Captured By Ike Second Divlsin If The 111-gars-Greek
Warship Sighted Off , The Turklsi
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PROCLAMATION READ '
BY BULGARIAN KING.
Sofia, Oct. 21. King Ferdinand
In' hie proclamation to the Bui-
garlan army says: "Hating failed
In ameliorating the suffering of
our brothers in the Ottoman em-
pire, supported by our beloved na-
tlan we have ordered onr brave
army to proas the frontier and en-
k H in the struggle against our
historic enemy. Our work is the
uiiba nf linmnmltv. VYlTieArri with
-the Mid of th etetM aaa ytwi
.-.rnih' May God in Hi Justice
support our rights!"
London, Oct. 2i. The Bnlgwian
are pushiuK un steadily,) ia their ad
vance on AilnanopJe, where the Turks
lave masted one division of their
army. KriVouraged by their victory
at Mustaphtt pass, the door ot .Adrian
pie on, the northern frontier, one dl
iuioa of the army of Bulgaria Is
funbJug along both banks at the Me
Itxa. The right wing is moving
across the heights commanding the
Valley of At da and the advance guard
js capturing and blowing up bridge
en the road to Adrianople.
A dispatch from Phlllpopolls saya
the Bulgarians captured four targe
Krupp guns and 31) Held guns at Mus
The Bulgarians have occupied na
nacrous villiiKes from 20 to 30 miles
rltbJn Turkish territory and are en
rolling all the non-Moslem inhab
itants. There u a sharp cavalry tight
ear Muslapha pass' on Oct. 18, when
i.100 Bulgarians and 2,000 Turks met
in a charge at full speed. A desperate
melee followed. The Bulgarians lost
loa men. hut developed better science
and repulsi'd the Turks.
A aeuond'divlslon of the Bulgara is
aid to be? , shelling Klrk-Kllllseh,
vhere already there has been severe
Bghtlnx, and the capture of that
'town, 32 miles from Adrianople, is
said to be Imminent
Another commander of t the Balkan
forces is wild to hare committed, sui
cide. This time It was a colonel who
' ended bis lire because he got out of
teach with his command. This is the
fourth rase of self-destruction on the
pari .at the ommaadera of troops of
the little states.
Further details of the battle be
tween the Greeks and Turks at Was
sea. in Tbetsaly, on Saturday she
that' the Greeka eaptured the town at'
Ur a spirited engagement, The Turks
vera attacked ea their flaak and at
the same time the Greeks made a
spirited frontal attaek. Infantry and
.awalrjr toraatnaaTjwk.Igh? ftyj
- treatments. - Taarar waa 7' pay east
play, aad Is.t u 'Turks.'.itti: Uey
had keen, outflanked., retreated. Tke
Turks halfett'ht SorBdJe. to the north j
on the same road, and there fortified,
awaiting a further attaek. They left
even guns beblud them, and the vic
torious Greeks raptured 80 prisoners.
The Greek mhance guard has cap
tured a vlllityr 0 miles from the Tur
Bleveu llrrek warships have been
seen off the Turkish Island of Lem
los, and a bombardment there ia ex
pected. I'nte has seat 2.C00 of her
tigbttiie; men to serve In the Greek
army. Th MoktsBegrlae baveeaa
tured Plaa sud'Ciesatnie'm their a
LEADING THE ARMY
New Picture of Crown
Prince of Monttnegre
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Piiolu by Ainrrlcun Hrtut AhhocUIIoii.
Carry War Materia.
Palermo. Sicily, Oct. 21. Four Greek
torpedo-boat destroyers, convoying
transport h which are carrying, war
Material arrived here. They took on
booil supplies and sailed under sealed
Newark, a, Oct. 21. Ell B. Cole
fosii, 60, was decaplUted In the
, O. yards ker- He had been la 'thf
service of --the compaby'30 yearsasa
wltblim'anll leaves a wife, sou aur
idiustiter. Tflri. Karl Caaf of Clncln-
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I DES SIZES: UP SITUATION
Puts Taft Out of It and Saya Wilson
Will Not Ost the Labor Vets.
SViiililugton, Oct. 21,-Kunene V.
Debs, ihi' Kociallsl laudldHte for prnn
Ident. hut iverwl pructlcally the en
tire I'nitiii States on hU stumiilnK
tour. He said in an Interview here
that Cowroor Wilson will not "' lllu
labor o(e in the country. Mr. Deb
rega.'di. I'rcsldent Taft its practiiallr
ellniliiutea us a posvUILr. DeUs'pre
nlcts au immediate sain In the P
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New York, Oct. 21 This picture of
the luper-Oreadriought vVyomlng was
made from the Brooklyn bridge as the
battleship was proceeding up the East
river. It shows the vessel from the
SENATE PROBERS SUSPEND
UNTIL AFTER ELECTION
Washington. Oct. 21. With ttm
hearing of the testimony of ThomaH
Y. Ryan and GeorKe W. I'erkltiH and
a few other witnesses, the fleimtt in
vestigating committee will suspend
work until after elei'tlon. It Its tho
(,1'iieral opinion here that till will
I'.'urk (he close of tlu inquiry. ' it
U doubtful it Interest In it hic. -
Hudkiusvllle, Ky Oct. 21. A bro
ken rail caused' an excursion train on
the Illinois Central to leave tbettacks
t Green V dressing, sis miles from
here, aad at least Ro passengers were
t'onsidnrahly Injured, while a lot 'of
COACHES CARRY NG WOODMEN
the 190 passengers' aboard were bndly ' V , , V. .
rtakeVi. The ygp&t iSil'Wh-jIW.toirk
WILSON'S LAST SPEECH
UNTIL ROOSEVELT RECOVERS
Plltl-eto'i, S' . U't ' Otivoriior
WnortJW WImw reli ' 1? U' ttl
liitnc here. hntliiK iniiili )'i llift rum
Minn i0fli. i- r-fcM "iitii iolonel
I'iOOitHVtilt lull havii lKiiVf'ied
TIih xoi'iti'i'nr shid be dud iM.de no
yltn far i nibenlat( futuM"o the
reuntiulev nf tin ("'ni'H'H'. that ie
rear with six of the twelve inch guns
visible, two In each turret. The boat
has two turrets forward, each carry
ing two guns of the same size. All ten
of these weapons can be fired simul
alter election dny, The committee
:111 not he unanimous in la report if
It takes a decided Htaud on any of thr
I'hiiseu of the liemlngs.
"Alany ii iii.'in." said Uncle Klwn,
'claims to Im' -li;islir dull i;:iio invny
tvheu he's rti'ly rmintii sifter tidiililc."
top of an erabaukmeut 10 feet high
and the four passenger cochet
Sluuged.ioff this, three pt them turn
uig over on tbelr side as they fell.
The train was headed for Padurah
Aosttof the passeagara being "Wood.
men of vns won. ira is auu
i,.miti. 'for sj ec ties twere many, but
lie was III in In lllu intention of keep
it,r off the Htnmp ahile one of his
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t'obllc iiuestious through
taneously broadside either direction
by turning the turrets. Alorjg the up
per edge of the picture is shown a por
tion of the Manhattan bridge, which Is
a short quarter of a mile north of the
Columbus, O., Oct. 21. Shortage of
cars is the main agency that Is pre
venting thr coal mines of the state of
Ohio from operating full time at the
present, according to President John
Moore of the Ohio miners. All of the
mines are working part time, he says,
and the majority of them would be
rorklng full time, if the railroad com
panies could furnish sufficient cars to
uovc the coal.
Mansfield. O., Oct. 31. Joseph H.
thsne, alias George K. Ryan, pleaded
guilty of forger; of a cheek for 171
aad was sentenced to serve one year
In the Ohio penitentiary, Shane waa
arrested at (he gates of the Colorado'
state penitentiary last August, after'
ha had rotuplsted a term for forgery.
MAY LOSE SIGHT
Marconi, Wireless Expert, Devtlops
Spezin, Itnl, Oct. '.'I. G. Marcoul,
the wireless inventor, whose rlRlit eye
v. us removed lust Thursday, ha de
veloped alunnlns symiHorn. Ills
temperature Is lilsb and he Is suffer
Ir.g the greatest pain. Profesiior Bay
anil, the Turin specialist who assisted
i't the operating of removing the right
eye. wus summoned In baste and Is
"- 2!fe withstanding
a reassuring bulletin, it Is feared that
complications are threatening the
WILLIAM ,T. JEROME
Former'Prosecutor Called by
Defense In the Becker Case.
BECKER TO TAKE STAND
Cefense Will Try to Show Gunmen
'Did Not Kill Rosenthal.
Now York, Oct. 21. Lieutenant
thnrU Becker wilt take tho witness
Hand In his own defense some time
ibis week, according to his chief coun
sel, John P. Mclntyre. Mrs. Becker is
cct likely to take the stand, so far a
tbe present plans of the defense go.
The question of her testimony hinges
largely on what her husband is permit
ted or compelled, to testify to. The
defense will make an effort this week
to put In testimony tending to shqw
that It waa not one of the "gunmen"
who Bred the shots that killed Rosen
thal. SOCIALISTS win vicTtmr
Governor Dix Says Right of Free
Speech Must Not Be Curbed.
Mttlo Falls, N'. Y Oct. 21. After
nearly a weekof turbulence due to
the claiming tietween the local pollto
and Sodallst agitators, this city It
A messenger arrived here from Al
bany and served on Mayor Shell mid
Sheriff Moon each a letter from Gov
crnor DIs in which the executive sug
gested to these officials that they
were exceeding tbelr authority In ur
resting Socialist orators merely be
cause the latter addressed crowds.
Charles Edward Russell. Socialist
candidate for governor, will deliver a
Meech here todav.
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHK'AOO. OCT. IK.
Cattle KeeflptR, f.OM head: botvi-s,
IB IM flit 0; TVxniv Mecn. H 80.'. H3;
wvMfni Mrer-i. 15 7Kv?n 00; .tucker .111J
feciicrH. S4 257 -5; rnn and brlfun,
U Wn ! fulven. t7 00ft 9 E.
Hhrx Rcrlm. R.00 liejd: Ilcht. $S J",
rf in: mixed. ISSOfrS 16: nenvy. 45
I J5: rousli, S 45ys 70; iv-. 14 75r7 5
Slircp n1 Ijtn.br Itmrlpts. 2,'JOO
bpndr nstlvr lii-f p. -J tJWC 00; western,
JS (f.fc.4 if. cuTliPKr. U 71KC 00: natlvi
lml- J6 n" fiO; wpitf-rn. Ju S0J7 50.
Wheat Nn. 5 rrrt, It 07? 0?H. Corn
No. I. tW.pWft HHt No. I wlilto. J5(
KABT IJUFKAI.O, OCT. t.
Caltlr llK'rlpts, 14 pm: export rat.
tie, IK 2509 25; nlllppinK slrern, 18 00 y
t ii; butcher steer. J" 250' 25: helferx,
15 0067 50; fat pawn, 14 753G 15: bull,
14 :$0K 25: milker and pprlnteni. 130 00
75 00; culver, 50JO 00.
Hoirs Ree'tpts, J' chtk: heiivles, IS 10
(19 40; nudlmm. 19 10A9 iS; Yorkerv.
tit Ibtfii 10; plKF. 17 6WT 90; roufh.
:5;K 10; stUEK. 15 50 H 7 50,
Pheep nd Lumbik R.velptu, is earn:
yparllni;n, 14 .1035 so; wethers. 14 75W
I 00; mixed xlm-p, 14 254 50; e. tt T.'i
C4 iVt; Inmlif, $5 007 65.
PITTSHURO. OCT. 19.
Cattle - Supply light, choice, 75
OS :5; pitme, $t Oops K: tidy butchers.
If 40O7 10; helfore. 14 0007 25; fat com
and bull, 12 ftOfJC 35: frenh tons and
ariirifra. S35 005 OO: rahes, 17 00
Hon Re?lpt, 20 cars; heavy hogs.
II 159 30; heavy mixed. It 00fl 10;
teav) YoiUrr It itHI 85; light York
er. 17 seer li: pig, J 0047 os.
Sheep ami J.amb Supply fair: prim
itetbeis. t 30S)4 10: good mixed, 14 0y
4 U; fHlr ilxed, is 0frl SJ; lambs.
It C0II7 V,
CINCINNATI. O., OCT. II.
fattte .- Rai-eliits. 121 head: leeiw
14 2I7 7lf belfeie. IS I0l 40: rown,
II I0O6 il: oaKei, 14 t010 "J5.
Hog Reuolpta, 4,02! head; paekor.
II 4S 05; ciiimr.on m. t. 2( ;
pigs and llghl. 14 0007 75; Mags. 14 25
Slie-p und Mmb Receipt". 271 head;
shevp. tl !5tf3 s: laiiiti. lit 'CO ei: 75,
Wlieit -No. 2 ld, II 0ltl 10. Corn
NO. ml.N'.l, 45Ptl5ic. OmI-No. 2
mixed. 3fMH Rye No. 2. 74(J7di-.
CI.RVKLAND, O.. OCT 19.
Cattle Hicf.lplt, 100 head, rliolco t.a
HciH, Jx 50V5 75; kcmhI In choice kteer
17 :." 00. hein-r. 14 257 00: fat bull.
5 COtjft SO; coun, 15 005 CO. milker
wirt aprlugeia. U 00I5 00: cdlrea. l SI
lla Receipt. 2,000 heud; heavl.
II 10; iiintllumx, 4 10; Yorker. II 00 jf
s 70; plf. r7 50; rough, tl 00; :as'.
TOLEDO. O., OCT. 19.
Wli;vt, it lUi "orn, l(ic; eats, i:ia,
:etrree, ill 71.
Givei ly foiled States Ot
iMprtHt Miller 1
Opn Communication WinledBe
tween Capital and Tamplco.
ENVOYS INFORM AUTHORITIES
fcntirt Mexican Situation the Subject
of a Conference Today Between
Secretary Knox,Asslstant Secretary
Wilson and the Mexican Ambassa,
dor Step Insures Ssfety of AmerU
cans and Their Interests.
Washington, Oct. 21. Viewing tho
Dlai insurrection on the gulf coast of
Vexlco as by far the most serious.
moTesaeat against tbe Madero gorera-.
meat that has yet appeared, the TJnltv
ct Btatta government bas taken prv
tr.uttona to Insure the safety of Amer
icana ia southern Mexico. The Mexi
can government was informed through
the American embassy at Mexico City
ti.at the United States will insist
rpoB eomauunlcatlon between the caiK
ital and1 the port of Tamplco, on the
east Coast, being kept open regardless:
The situation in the south of. Mexico
t: Jlkened to that which .existed in
(Thina last winter during the- rendi
tion, The powers then Insisted on ex
trclsiiu: their treaty rights ot usine
tbelr soldiers to keep open the rail-tx-ad
trosa Tientsin to Peking, tbns aa
sorlag aflforelKners i' means of xrt
froro the fJhlneae capital. AVhile no.
Immediate apprehension Is entertain
ed here that the situation In Mexico
Till become as serious as was that In
China, the insistence that communlciu
Hon between Mexico City and Tarn--5o
he kept open is regarded as wlao.
at this time.
It Is not probable that such a situ
t'on will arise as to make it necessary
fcr the United States to use its own
forres in maintaining communication
between Mexico City and Tamplco
Felix Dlax is not only known to be
et rongly pro-American in his Inclina
tions, but he Is also a man of much
higher standards than the brigand
vho have teen exasperating the Unit
ed States by their operations alone;
the Mexican border.
Secretary of State Knox and Assist
ant Secretary Huntington Wllsou
were In conference today on tbe en
tire Mexican situation, in which tho
ambassador took a prominent part
While It Is admitted that the sue
ccftt of Dlax would probably result in
at least a temporary ce;aation of dis
orders, the administration Is not at
all convinced that he is big enough
or strong enough to hold In check the
Increasingly large lawless element.
Dayton, O., Oct. 21. Esei7 Sunday
school In Dayton was closed upon or
ders from the board of health bocau.ie
cf an epidemic of diphtheria. Six city
end parochial schools in which the
disease Is prevalent have been or
dered not to open until the ban ir.
Norfolk. Va., Oct. 21. With smoke
still pouring from her closed hatched
from a Are raging ia her forward
freight bold, the Merchants and Min
ers' steamer Berkshire is at anchor in
Lookout cove, near Cape Lookout,
.waiting the arrival ot the revenue
r utter Seminole to take off the 21
pasengers the djstrnssed vessel has
rn hoard. The sea was so high It
was considered dangerous to aUssspt,
tp land the passengers.
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