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beside which the soldiers sleep,
when they get a chance to sleep.
In one army division yesterday
seven hundred men died of chol
era, and not one was buried.
It will take a century to undo
the havoc wrought by the war.
The whole country swept by
""the Bulgarian droops in their ad
vance on this city is depopulated.
There is nothing but smoking
ruins t of villages, burned out
crops, roads cut to pieces by ar
tillery and the dead and the
ground-mist finger of death that
Sofia. Turkey has rejected
the peace terms offered by the al
lies. The Sultan says he would
consider giving the allies about
half what they asked.
Berlin. A report -here says
that in arranging peace terms
with Turkey, the Balkan allies
have provided concessions for
Britain, France and "Russia, and
left Germany, Austria and Italy
out of it.
France and Russia are to get
commercial advantages, it is said,
and Britain the Cretan port of
The report has caused tre
mendous excitement and an out
burst of anti-British feeling here.
Vienna. Austria has sent an
urgent demand for information
concerning the AustriarTconsul at
Prisrend to Servian
When the Serbs took Prisrend,
the Albanian natives took refuge
in the Austrian consulate. The
Serbs demanded- that they be
.&$. Prochaska, tbe consul,, flat
ly refused to do so, and the con
sulate was stormed.
Since then Austria has heard t
nothing from Prochaska, and it is
feared he was murdered. j
Prague. Czechs and Slavs "
created a great demonstration
here while an Austrian regiment t
was entraining for the Servian j
The Czechs and Slavs-gathered
around the soldiers' traim and be
gan shouting. , J
"Shame! Shame! They are
going to fight our brothers! Hur-
rah for Servia! Down with the
The police scattered the
patriots only by repeated and
If Austria declares war on Ser-1
via orrMontenegro, her chief trou-
ble will be with the. blood broth-'
ers of the Serbjs and the Monte
negrins'who live under her own
Fourteen thousand Austrian
troops left Trieste for Dalmatia
ofi the Montenegrin frontier in
the last 24 hours. Another de
tachment was: due to leave to
night Athens. Russia officially rec
ognized the Greek occupation of
Belgrade. The foreign minis
ter of Seryja today said he did n6t
expect any armistice with Tur
key until Tsar Ferdinand's troops
were in Constantinople.
Bucharest- The cholera plague
which first gripped the Turkish
defenders of Constantinople has
spread to the Bulgarian besiegers.
Podgontza. A fierce battle is