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FULL WIRE REPORTS OF THE UNITED PRESS
THE DAY BOOK
500, S. PEORIA ST.
Vol. 2, No. 26 Chicago, Monday, Oct. 28, 1912
TEL. MONROE 353
TURKISH PRINCES TO BE SHOT FOR LOSING TURKS
MAKE MISTAKE KILL EACH OTHER
Constantinople, Oct. 28. Mil
itary governor of Kirk Kilissa,
Prince Aziz Pasha, of Egypt, who
commanded Turkish cavalry
there, and other high officers of
the garrison, arrived here today
All the officers will be court
martialed for losing the city, and
if found guilty shot. 'Two hun
dred soldiers already have been
shot for not fighting well.
Ex-Sultan Abdul Hamid was
brought here during the night
from Salonika. He has been hid
den in some prison in the city.
.One-tenth of an entire-Turkish
army division was killed at Kirk
Kilissa through a mistake. In
the darkness, another Turkish di
vision took them for Bulgars, and
attacked them and cut ttie.ni to
The war ministry still insists
hat Kirk Kilissa has been recap-ured.
Sofia. Baki Baba has been
captured bythe Bulgars after a
Baki Baba is 60 miles by rail
and 30 miles in a line, from Ad
rianople and Constantinople. The
Bulgars now have cut off'all cQm-
munication between Adrianople
and the capital."
Rome. Queen Helena, who is
a princess of Montenegro, has re
ceived positive word that her
countrymen have captured Scu
tari. Paris. Reported here that Scu
tari fell before arms of Montene
Report says that Montenegrins
stormed city, wading up to the
Turkish guns through waist deep
mud, and that Prince Mirko, in
command of a crack Montenegrin
column, displayed conspicuous
Vranje. Serbs today occupied
Turkish city of Mitrovitza, in the"
Sanjak of Novibazar. Mitrovitza
is northern terminus of north
western railway but of Salonika.
On the way the Serbs took Batoc
hamk Pass and 15 Turkish can
non. Belgrade. Having captured
Uskab, Pristina Latiti and Mitro
yitza, the allies will now march
on Salonika. Allies probably
will be led by Prince Constajitine
Salonika is captured, one-
f European Turkey will be
cilt off from Constantinople.
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