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n,|n..?Ml from flrat P-BV. other Blda ol ?be plcture. m the *' ,??! of x.-'rianop'-c the armlea **%;: ;?,?;.?.??..mw?-* *?;?'. ,t tions on th. rallway Hne, *?? . ? araa general ntul *?*? '. , . Another s'n n, ,1 t - Turklah troops, whlch SJi them cloae to the enemy. waa IW?" . .- Tunje Rlver, Um ?_T_ roada eaat aod Trnln-loada of refa T'hav.' led :i"!l1 Adrlaiitmia to Con "SfS*- '" aBulgariana tour. ' Klrl- Klllw-h waa very rapldly ?rd bi ... 0f the aevere Bght ed troops idrirenback ivlth aevero loaa. The \rt? P>?' ,he n;J,:,bor kil,,Mi ""' rfI_pded -'-t thn-e thouaand men. lt is tated th.t th< ru ? ? baaed ? n L auvi.. of the German [act ..ctoilri'w th. Bulgarlan tro ?pi ITlha ,,,al;'* wh9Ti ?Mfcs trouM be able to brtaf thelr aaerwhahnli 1,>' ta ",r'";'",s tobear en then md < ruah them. "0n the other hand, the obja-ot of the rauatiani "' l0 '" ' Tancs wltl the utmoal is.pld.ty before TurkUh D mplotO. lf .afv aa. dellverlng a - JJ lfu- ( l**1 nortn "' ' " ?pw'n Aii : '-' l bacom? unten abie , . ? The bjqIi iv are burning c,,t Ol blch tbey pass and _re_rlvinK the civll populatlon back on t> turklah . nei Reporta Of atroci ,!,. in th.- '"n,J Kirk Kn" -g jj , I with caution, J ,h? d 111 these parts ls j_gfly Bubjarian lt is atatad thut in Hofia during l '? laal few days aeveral Turkish iplea have been shot under ?jiartlai law and among them a woman. a aariea I s--rvi.ui aaaee la re |Mtaf ln ;h Novlpaaar and Old itevto Ul all Blong ibe Betvlaa ifrontier. ' - ?'''' ,r" ' WOUld mesn that practlcally the whole of the eanjak of Novlpaaar and the lme from Mltrovitza to l.'akub were In tb.- bands ?ef thr Bervlane. 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The armiei I are diivlna back the Tmks ;rt almost . \.i> point Tha , Uulgarlana, ihr*ir posltlena n uk.d i.>- out :. Hghtln ? around Kirk Kiliaeh for tiu- key ts Adrlanopie, bave i .1 fui tlflc ? ms sl krda. to the a rat, rlver the Turks oul i I Y'ealllko and ple ur- . ' ihe Senttas, in ths North Bsnjsk, fhe town ol Voviiiazar itself and Ttis tin.-i. while tho rnnior i*-* currsnt that IKumsnova haa slso swrandersd. Thls lasl plscs of nssra, Sf true. la mostblm 1 portant, ss Kumanora jf practlcally tho advance post of i ?Uub, whsrs a big battle between tiu-* mflln forcea ot i..>th l ? stsd w ithln th?* next few ilms, Ths C&pturs of Prlstina alsu is a i om i tccess, boih mate rially, bt-causi thla Important towncon - thlrtj thou**and Inhabltants, ths n-i'j'-itty ol *vhom Brs Alban'aus, ai i morally, becauss Prlstina llea "?? the ? ii-;. -.t the Kossovo plain, or Am selfeld, where the Servlsna lost i greal batth ag Insl ths Turks ln 1389, In voivi* g tl tlon foi nsarly flt t hundred > ? irs. n Mts the s* ? allted -'ith ths M igyar, John Hun ?galn auffered a di I ten Ibls with alaughter, when 111?-> trled to shake off Turkish yoke. General Zlvkovlch, commsndlng tha n*> ? -1. i - g rvian inny, reports Servlan TiStlns ? xtraordlna lilj large. though excsedsd by the Turk? iah casualties 8< rvlan olflclala wers Im? mediately estsbllshed In Prlstlm . Bome alarrn is felt lest ths SUpply <>f ri'le carlrldgis should tun out. and the cartrldge factory sl Maktiko is work lnt! daj and nlght lt can, bowevsr, Dly s qustter n.illlnn daily, or a littir more than ons tor svery man In the flold, and thls ls gult.* InsutDclent v.hen the numerous fOTCSs ari* engaged. | ThOUgb tho eap'ure of Kumanova ls , doubtful, it sppsara csrtaln that ths Bervlana bavs taken Prsoovo, half way from Bu.tatv Tho Btrength of th.- Turks ln tht- Banjaik of Movtbaxar and Old Sr-rvia is estimat*-! at forty thousasid i ten and f"ur b.-ittorio> of srtlllery The Bsrvlan srtlllery has ahown it*-? *-1f rtor to ihat <-f the Turks. Ths Juii'tiun nf the Servlan and Ifontone grts ths Llra Valley is re? ported, i osslbl: i *i" Ij. bul esr , tt arlll be effected In a few days, cuttlng off thr- Turkish troopa al Prev Ue, fr ?m ths south. a dlspatch from Athena at 12*30 o'ckx k this morning Bays thal Ihs Greeks are movlng northward ln hot pursult uf the Turks. They captured ths t"?n of S**rbia aflor a tit-rci- battle. Thelr loss in fordng ths Btone gates at ths pa-ss, whlch wore dofendod wlth great de'< nnlnution by the Turks, was very heavy. They took many pnson ?.*!>. Tl i- pass, beglnnlng north of Sarandoporo. Ifl nine miles in length and r.ffors every advantage to tbi d* fonrle*-. Bfl ths oHffs rlse higher and htghor aa the road cuts throiiKb to tho northward, tiii at ths '-nd of the pan* facing S-rbia th<- ? liffs towsr a thou sand feel < n sat h Blds sbove ths nar ruu road. To doferiij the position the Turks had twenty-two battallona of Infantr) ano nine battertes of fleld ann | mountain srtlllery, while ths Orseks attacked with tlu- full BtrengUl <>f the Crown Prtnc*e'a army Tho battls l-epan at 10 o'clock on ] aaday morning and raged all da^f. atta'k aml OOlintSr attack siu-ceodhig in rapid BUOCSSSkin. At sundown oelther alds had galned any sdvantage. Throughout the evenlng the flghting COOtlnuod, until the nearly full moon gllttsrlng down on tho clear-cut cliffH and sloping escarpments naw the, CttSB and Um CrsSQSat ln deudly comhat. At mldnlght the lltfht lullod, a desuttory cannon tlre alone belng maintalned. The Greeks bivouacked on the ground t},r-> had letaim-d, and when morning broke it was BSSO that the Turks were retreatlng frorn tho lower hllls guard lng the entrance to tho dofile and con eentratlng their strength on tho topmost fortlflcations in ordor t" protect the re'reat of the maln body to Serbla. The evaeuatlon of tho lower hllls probably was due to the threatened turnlng movement by the Greek (-second army, which, operatlng on the Trlkala Kr.sanl road. defeated tho Turkish rlght wing at Deskate. nwlng to tho' narrowasss of tho deflle And tho steep Incllns <'f thr- bills. only a limited num i,.-r ot th- crown Prlnoe'a wmy wa? .,!,?,. to d.-lher an asaault. Tbe Greek BOldlSTi fought with wonderfui bra\ ery ami the Turks dofendod tena aly. ii-nlnv mornintr the Greek army r*e gan tbe o. < upation of the slopes fban- . (i,?,-l by ths Turks. rindlng many ovl- j . i of ths Banfuiuary oaturs of j Tuesday's battle. The Turks kept Up I a hut rear guard action. Thr* . ptibllcatlon ?t teleprains from j Ui.* erowta prinoe announ<ing hls suc cess is receiveil w*th Intonse satls- , faction ln Atbens. Kvory family ls i deep'.y Ihvolved in the fortunes of the war Iy the presence olten of three or four mombers, and tho poople b*av*M \ potablS rostralnt In the exclt-ment and | anxlety whlch grlp them. Tlu Bulgarians appsiently are dlrect- ! The Servlans thelr poeMouo Indicated by outllne drclea, have eapiured lha Im* portant titlea of Novlpaaar, Kumanova anil Prlatlna Ib thetr advance aouthwijat* Ward Into Macednnla Tne Qreeka, their poaltlon ladleated by outllne star. advandna ' ward on Ing a wide Banklng rnovement to the east of Ailiiniiop'.e ac.ains-t th.- Turkish arrnv. ln aiidition to th.- Bu'garlan force already known to be at Klrk Klllaah, thlrty-flve mllea 4-nst of Adri anople another Bulgarlan column ls nu\v reported marchlng south close to the coaat <>f the Black Bea. lt hae taken Vaatliko vlllage, ten mllea aouth of the frontier, and is aald to be mov Ing through .'in eaey country toward Vlaa, a town half way between Adrlin opie 81).1 Constantinople, An advance in thla quarter is well calculated t" threaten trommunlcatlon wlth the main Turkish armj whlch must in- aome uii-r. ii. iii.-riiat. i> aouth 4.' Adrianopie Kin* Nlcholaa wlth hls ? ? \<-ft f,.r I BalMilii. after eroeetng the Miiuna Pobb. galned a declsive victory at Klassona. I and drove tbe T;rk<i out of the town al Berbla The M4iiiteneKrins. posltlon Indleeted by j an outllne cross. ai>- flghtliig for POOOCB I aion of Scutarl _ [ Kieka. a small Montenegrin town be ' tw.cn Lnke Scutarl and Cettinje. where hls majesty met Crown Prince [ Iianllo, who retBT-Od ihlther from An ?Ivarl. nnd a councll of war was held early Tuesday morning. The botnbardtnent of Tarahoach ha.'* begun nnd the roar of cannon could ba . heard through the day. Weather con? ditions are unfavorable for lonn range | fir-tiUerv operatlons. Then- waa a thlck !mlst, whlle raln fell COnttnUOUBly. In the far e ?,f thla ihe Vonteni'grins were I eompelled to oeaee tieir flre. The as i mull I'ontinin-d yeaterday. The Ifonte* , negrln Infantry advandng from th. BortbwlMl iij now bal twelve mllea di? j lant from Scutarl. SERVIAN ARMIES ARE DRIVING BACK TURKS Three Days, Desperate Fighting Preceded the Capture of Novipazar?Many Other Cities Taken. Helgrade. BervlB, Oct -'A. It ia ob_* cially announced that the third Bervlan army to-day captured Ihe town of Novlpaaar, after her, e flghting and areai aaorldcaa. Tiie Turks are retlrlng -rom Kuma? nova, bul thc town ls still In thelr banda, The Bervtana have compJetaiy ?arrounded it. although the f irks hold nt, important position. domlnatlng the town. Thr- aeeond contlngent of wi numberlng 180, arrlved here this afier noOn, Hig CrOWda cheered as f tie tranaport amgona pamed, aii the s.hools are fitted up as hospltals. As a raault\of yeeterday'a flghtlnc the Bervtana also gainad command of the rlver bankfl and marched on to the plaln of KOBBOVO, where thev later In the day captured Prletlna, The Turkish troops Whlle retirmi; rh Btroyed a number of rlver brl.l.' the F.-rvian englneera, after ? nlght'a hard work. have BUCCeeded In restor* ing conamunlcatlona, ami supply traina are now runnlng from RlBtOVaU OB the Servian border, to the front 4,f the Ser vian army. Tho military authotitlea have in stalled Hervian odlclala lfl the admin Istratlons "f the T irklsh towna they have eqptured t4> th<- aouth of Rleto* rata. The beadquartera or the ndmin istrai'on are at the vlllage flf Lflh, which is the name |tva? to the dlatrlcl by the Servians The capture of Novlpaaar by Gen? eral Jankovit.h waa pre eded by thre daya1 deaperate fiKhtiuK, the Turks holdlng strong fortMed positions. (leneral Zsovkovlteh r.-ports that the Servian losses in the oapture of Prle? tlna were extrar.rilinarlly larK", but tbal the Turklah loeaea were atlll greater. _ i'on?tantinople, Oct. 'J'l. - Heavy flght? ing contlntied all day nh>ng 11)4- line from Ailriwaiiiple to Klrk-Klllseh, but u declaive reYilt ls nol BXpOCtad untll to-morrow evenlng. Both ak*aa era disj'l.'iylng'the utmosl l.rav, ry and de lermlnatlon. The press corrcapondenta lefi h.-r.-1.. day by apedal train and are proceodlng to the fr4.nt. The f,,r4-lgn military at* laehf'B wlll khsVB f4>r the front 4,n Frl? day. London, Oct 2&?The news from the ,,..-,t .,f war to-nlght teiis of the con tlnued nu. 44-sses of tlu- allles. The S.r vlans have I aptured Novipazar and ar? the vlrtual masH-rs of Kumanova. The vlctories. however. bave i'een pur chased at hea\ y nacriflces. Tha situatlon lfl Thrace is becoming clearer. A great bat tie is beiag fought over a wld4- Hcmi-.drcular front before Adrianopie, on whlch town th.- Bul garlans an- gradually 4-lo8ing in. On th- east they have occupied Vnslllko and Tirnovo. and are contlnulng thelr advance eouthwafd. On thc weat the Hulgarlans, accord ing to offlclal Sofla accounts. have roachod the drda Wver, close to Adrianopie. whlch Ib being vlgorously bombarded. Already the two outer forta have fullen. Some poBitiona to the north of Adrianopie are also said to have been taken after Ilghtlng of tba aevenat charai ter. Of the army in the i entre, operatlng ln the dlreetlon Of Kirk-Killseh, there was no news to-day, and evldently that fortresa is atlll holdlng out. Jt ls slgnlflcant that to-nlght's Con? stantinople ilispatch.s. which say that k decisive result ls expected to-morrow, ha\e a less confldent tone than prevl? oua dispatchea from that capltal, whlle [thoy admlt a hoi\y strugKle, In -vhih both Bldea srs Bhowlng the uti bravary Meaqr* Ne^s from Montentgro. Informatlon concernlng ihs Monte* negrln progress la mengr*-. bul tha Turkish nuthoritlss elalm tbal Bcutari has been relnforeed snd la ..ife. \ Balontcs dlspatcb ns**n; thnt the llallssorl trliios are offended becauss ths Montenegrln commsndera srs pro , i lalmlng tho aoveretgnty of King Nlch i in tha captured Albsnlsn lowna They dsmsnd thnt KinK Nlcholsa glvs b guarsntee that ho svacuts Alba nlan territory ami *-o.*ur** sutonomy for Albsnta. Bo fr, r they bavs r? ehrd no astlsfsctory ropiy. and it is reported that they srs r<-fis:i.k- to flghl further fur ths Ifontsnegrlns, whosa advsnce bs ? ??'?ti thersby checksd. The next news of thr Qreek CSJU* ,-.'i ahould bs an important battle .mi the town of Borbta, io whlch i* tho Turks hav.- retr-.-it.-d from sona snd havo been relnforeed f:. m ih. north. Tlv* occupotlon of tho Turkish islnnd I <if i.i mnos by the Qreek txoopfl is rom | piete, accordlng to sdvlcss received by | tiu* Qreek Legatlon hore. Btrateglsta I regard Ihs Island as n raluabls haso for operatloaa An ofBclal reporl by tho Berviaa commander says lhat Ihs Turkish ' troops. after offerlng a dtsperats rs .1-0 falllnf? hn-k along the ' whole front, snd in their preclpltata rs i tresi are leavlng behind them quantl ; tlea of Buppllsa and atnmunitlon. Servians Me?t Mixed Forces. Mosl nf th- Servlan sucresses have been'?won ovsr niixerl fOTCSS Of AI banlan tribesmen and Turkish Irrogu lars. They will not come Into - nn t.u t a Ith ths trained Turkish troops until thsy reach T'skup. A mossago recetVOd horo from <"on stantlnople I f Indlrscl route and datsd October 22 savs tho Turkish f'oot has left a torpedo boal Botllls to barry oul the bjockade of the BulgHrlan coaat The Turkish battlsshlpf, lt says. are lylng nt the entrance tn tiu- PooporuB, and il !s exp tsd they are about tO return to Constantlnopls and rent. after whlch they wlll go out Into the Mediterranenn and SngagS tho Greek flost. The Greek naval forces ar'* divlded into thres tlotlllas. one of which as ajsted ln tho landlng of Greek troop* at Katerlna, on the Oulf <>f Balonlea; atir.thr r Is h ildlng Lemnos and a thlrd ls bomhardlng tho Turkish fort of l*r.. vesa. AhOUl ono thousand Bulgarlan prls om-rs of war have arrlved ln Constantl noplo, accordlng to a special dispatch fr.im tho Turkish caplfal. Detalls "f tho Berviaa casualties bavs not been glvon. but they ar.r belleved to have been conslderahle. Kxtraordl nary sienes are wrttOSSSJSd ln the towns and villages of OM Servia when they fall Into the handa 4>f the Servian troopp. The Invaders are always greet ed wlth open arms. and tobOCCO and refreshments are pressod on the s"Mir-irs hy ths InhabltantB, who place every thlng they possess ut the dlsposal of the roilltary authorities. ADRIANOPLEHARDPRESSED Bulgarians Occupy Arda and Other Strongholds. Sufla, Oet. '23.? Terriflc flghting was in progreBs to-day along the whole Hulgarian fn.nt. accordlng to ofTlcial dispatches. The Bulgarlan force oper? atlng agalnst Adrlanopie reaehed J Arda. a redotibt sltuated to the west of the Turkish strongholil. Aft4-r a sharp r-ngagement the Turks fled in dlsorder, leaving one hundred men kilied. To the north of Adrianopie several advance Turkish positions have been captured by the Bulgarians after furi ous flghting. The Turks fled preclpl tately towanl Adrianopie, leaving many dead behlnd them. During the battle hefore Adrianopie thfl heavy guns ln the Turkish re doubtfl to the northeast of the city 4,pened flre on the Bulgarlan BBBBn ants Their shoot'.ng, how.ver. was Ir? reguiar and lneffective. ln the mean tlme a force of Turkish I troops was annlhilated while maklng a sortie from the eastern side of the clty. Another Bulgarlan army has invadel Turkey. this tlme along the shorea o the Black Sea. After occupying the coast town of Vasillko they captured Tirnovo and are now advanclng south ward on the Important town of Vlsa. The prisoner* taken by the Bulga? rians say the vlgorous off.-nslve move? ment of the lnvnders took the Turks by surprlse. The Turka are denmral Ized, 111 fed and badly disclpllned. In the Razlog dlstrlct, also, the Bul? garlan troops are marchlng southward. The Turks have burned several large vtllages on the banks of the Rlver Ptruma. Crowda gathered around the War OfllCB are Bwaltlng offlclal bulletina ol the progreea of the operatlons ai/alnst Klrk-Klllseh and Adrianopie. The newapapera publlah varying reporta. They agree only that scrious flghting is proceadlng around both toama According to one report. a rlecMve movement Bgatnat Kiik-Killseh began Monday ev.-nlng. when CBVBlry and In fantry. under COVCT r,f a heavy artil lery fire. attacked the town on two sides Tli<- Bulgarians have completely surroun4|ed Kirk-Killseh, whlch the Turks regard as of almost equal lm portance with Adrianopie. Its defence has been intrusted t4> Mukhtar Pacha, son of the irrand Vlzler, BBd HazlrVi Pacha. Bevore flghting ls alao reported in the Strumu Valley. The Bulgarians yes terday occupied important utrategic polnta in Kr.-sna Pass. The Turks n.-.i, ahandoalna munlttona and sup pllea. The governmenl organ "Mir'* reporta ihat the Bulgarlana art dlrecting a beav) artlllerj flre "" Adrianopie. The two outer forta bave been captured In Monday'a nghtit.g on the rallway to u,. Boutheeal of Mustapha Pacha 'he Tirka lost aeventy-threi kllled <me ufMcer and alaty-foui men wer made priaon ra ..n<i flvi machine guns were captured ..._. The ".Mir" publishes addlttonal de i.ills ..f tne iiia-,sai lc In th.- dlstnct of KotS4hana. It saya that th,- retreat |n Turks maHsacred th- mule popula tlofl in tUe villages to th.- ,,,utl..ast .,f Tsarevoselo and aet fire to tiie houae* Deputatlone of atudianta went to the kflnlater "f FTex to-daj and begged thai stud.nts. who aie ezempl from a,.r ... untll twanty-thrca yeara of age, mitfht I"' enrollad with the 1913 re I crulta. _ VICTORY FOR GREEK ARMY Turks Retreat After Sharp At? tack Near Elassona. \hens. Oet. 21 The Qreek arm-- de f, .,?.-.i ih- I irkieb troops -his morning beyond Blaaaona after a vtgorous at? tack. and the Turks are now retreatlng t,, the town of Berbhv accordtnf to a disiabh from CrowB Prince Conetan* tine of (ipi-ic. oimmanilT ln chlef of tbe Greek arm] Th- CroWfl Prince telegraphs that the Turklah army, compaaed of twenty-two battallona 4,f infantry aud six batt.-ries of artlUery, was compeUed to abandoB its positions und retire before the Qreek onelai ? Thc order has been given for a gen eral puraull b) tl"- 4,reek army. The <"rown Plince has estubllshed his beadquartera at Khanhmijigogo. Ath.iis. Oet M - The '.reeks ha\e occupied tlu town "f Berbta and have alao captured tii?- iTidgc over the River Allakmon (Indje Karaea), therebj cut? tlng Ofl thc retreat of the Turks. The government liau dlspatched tele? grama congratulatlag the commander and troopa Thi Qreek rlctory was complete. The ui.-. lu . aptured twent) *two guna, made manj prleonen ind acattered the Turk* i-h ermy. Crown Prince Conatantlne, telegraphlng from beadquartera laal night. reporta: "Our troops are puraulng the eneno aii along the line from Cambunnla to Serbia and Ofl the AilahmOO plaln. Th? Turklah army has been scattercd. We hav.- liik.-n twantg-tWO fleld guns wlth then ammunltlOfl waxons, and a lartte quantlty <'f ammunltmn and many tranaport eragona ' Later Qeneral Danglla aent a n.ea ?agi Buylng: "The Tnrks hav.- lost heavlly. \N 8 have made a number ot prtaonere, Includlng one lieutenant colonel." Two battollona 4,f Oreek Bvaonee under Lleutenant Colonel Oonatanto poulo attacked two battall.uis of Turks near Vlakhollvadho, d(aperslng them. m MARKET AWAITING NEWS Trading in London Quiet-Close Watch on Continent. | By 4'a.l.le to Th- TrlBBBC I l.ondon, Oet 23.?The stock market Iihh ls?en rjulet so far thls week, walt ing for newa from the Halkans, and also looking forward wlth some uneasi ness to the approachlng settlotnent Lonrlen ls watchlng the t'ontlnent iluscly, and when Parla turned out to be the buyer to-day and Berlln was not bacllned to aeii, prices piehed up ellghtly, though the tone ls by no means congdeut and in tiie afternoon the Indlnatlon was to go ott again. Rumora of a Bcotch Brm in trouble helped the afterno)>n depivaalon. aa this colnctdee wlth the feellng that lt wlll be hard for many flrms to get over the settlement. There are rumora from Hih provlncea that aeveral flrma are in trouble. Money waa in good demand, .Jla per cent usually being paid for call loana, whlle o4-4usionally .'l**4 are paid. 8e cured weekly advancea were agaln at B,ty par cent DtVounts were flrm. two months' paners being at 4>_ per cent, three and four months at 4*i and six montha at 41-. per cent. a REBELS TAKE AMERICAN MINES. Kl Paso, Te_., Oct. 23?Rebels have taken poBBesslon of the Copper Queen mlne, one of the three unlts of the Amer? lcan Smeltlng and Reflnlng plant, at Vel arden-.. Iiurango, and the Rlo Tlnto mlne, In I'I'lhuahua. The former plant ts owned u. Kanaaa Clty capltal und the latter by tho Corripran-Klnney interests, of Pltts burgh. FOREIGN MINISTERS MEET Florence. Italy, Oct. 28.-Ths Italian Fnitlgn Minister, Marquls di San Giull ano, and the Austro-Hungarlan Forelgn Minister. Count von Rerchtold. who ar? rlved here from Plaa yesterday. have com ploto*rl thelr conferenoes on the interna? tional politleal situation. An officlal note s?y? that the t?4-o gov ernthents hold identlcai rlews on the Balkan crlsls and have at-reed on the Meps arhlch they wlll take as nn*moi rs of tho Trlple Alllance and In accord with tha other powera for ths re-estabiishment of general peace. MANCHURIA MAKES LOAN Chlcago. Oct. 28.-"The Chlc?go Do.ly News** to-day received the followlng ca hle dl?patch from Peking: "The provlnclal government ef Man churla haa borrowed for current expensea ijmjm rea mmXm, tnm the okura Company. of Japan. Interest is to be paid at the rate of T'-* per cent. the issue ls at 95 and the s?curity is tho Pensihi coal mlnes. The loan. whlch is payable In three years. was slt?ned yesterday. "Leading prlnces <>*' Inner Mongoiia met the Chlaess commissioners In Chang ?hun. HaachUrtB. SBd forrnally agreed that Inner Monpolla should adhere to the ropublio. 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