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his belt He had been arrested for
Washington. Rep. Wm. B.
McKinley, unsuccessful candi
date for re-election from 19th Illi
nois district, reported that his
campaign cost $4,432.19.
Washington. Officials predict
that there will be an awful shak
ing up of the War Dep't under the
Omaha. Charles Fitzgerald,
17, Valley, Neb., died today from
injuries received in football game
Cadillac, Mich. Mrs. Emma
Dessance wants divorce because
hubby has never taken both in 18
years of their married life.
Wilson will get $25,000 a year
traveling expenses, the same as
Taft, according to House appro
New York. Judge Fawcett
sentenced Frederick Kaiser, 17,
onvicted of using cocaine, to go
to Sunday school until he was 21.
Bar Harbor, Me. Simon Vio
lette, teamster, digging for min
erals near here, unearthed $1,500
worth of silverware stolen 18
years ago from George W. Van
derbilt's summer home.
Boston. Party of hunters
wore red coats and hats on first
day of hunting season so their
comrades would make no mis
takes. Terre Haute. Oil furnace ex
plosion caused fire that partly de
stroyed American Car and Foun
dry Co. Two men injured, $35,000
loss 5Q0 men will be out of work
until repairs are made.
; THE WARSITUATION
Sofia. Bulgarian ministers
have been appointed to arrange
general armistice with Turks.
Government today admitted
that cholera had- broken out
among Bulgarian troops before
Constantinople. Bulgars to
day granted an eight-hour armis
tice for burial of dead.
General Mahmoud Mukhtar
Pashi, who was wounded at
Chatalja, was operated on today,
and a bullet removed from his
London. Fall, of Monastir was
confirmed today. Number of
Turks captured could ndf be as
certained definitely. Rumor says
from 20,000 to 50,000.
Slaughter before city was ter
rible.' Turks waded out into
marshes jn their desperate resist
ance hd suffered -frightfully.
With 'the fall of Mopastir, iHs
considered' here that Turkey's
last hope is gone.
"Sofia. GovemmentJias again
denied the pitiful plea of the wives
and mothers of the country for
publication of the list of the dead
and wounded. No suchJist will
be' published until after the, war.
Vienna. Newspapers areopen
ly demanding that emperor de
clare war on S,ervia-jior its "un
The emperor himself-is quoted
as -saying "We are for peace, but
not for peace at any price."
This belligerent atttfude is lia
ble to complicate the interna
tional situation once more.