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i - : . THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912. 5 HfilH
(GREAT POWERS TO
Ew,Pea PNa,ti01ls PrePare to Interfere In Balkan
t 7T SIa?.d' France and Germany Would
Let Allies Retain All Captured Territory.
Division of War Spoils May Cause Dissension
111 Am? nnmpfoant Allies Trouble Is Expect
II I ed In Constantinople Christians In Fear.
II " London, Nor.' 5. The gTeat powers
IT Brirope are aligning lhemrclvcs on
eJtbpr side of a Tory sharp lipo rc-g-rriins
the future o: the Balkan
states. Public opinion Jn EnsJand.
France and Russia is iha. the allies
Bhozld have the territory which they
bare conquered, and ltnssJa partic
alariy ha3 warned Turkey thar, con
dtdnns conld only becomo worse U
i miner disaster occur a Tchataija
On the other side are Austria-Hungary,
Germany and Italy. Anslria
Hungary, which after all is the m36
a m duectly interested, beins the neares
1 ndhbir to the Balkan sxale w:I
-. U. Is beliiTX-if. si. qalstly by an-.
ase thp BBihza lesa eivrhJrj"jm;'.
r-crosr; her imfh lu Vuz Jizgixn sio,
I11 which direction hrr hzfic i? e
jiandjns wnlic Q12 Kine tun' th?
SEri-ftrxvs -irrend to the AdrlaUr sea.
TLe Anstriim gcn-eniineni pohnl; on;
t!hx a APimrtnuc aie as mnrJi a. nz
istra as nny of the aJTlcr- and tluu Al
bnnin. should he reserrcd for the Albu
JihinB. Ttte firsj F-rcn of rtcn57uirl!rn aravins
flr? DnHL'jdi all's?, f'ir.fUEx camdf.
ihizr., fiami a dUsjrcJz!! Tmi B3i;r-nifc
tti vdilna Jr. fr- salii fire lie; Ec-TOura
aia lujfnniii- ro dschro" cJzil xus ?j -trirmmDus
Alhanhi. wIud!' vj;s acr-rl1
upen before the war sltu.. Lis; u7v.
Wants Bigger S-reirh,
Instead of having the 20-mlle
1 stretch of the Adriatic coast hither
to claimed by Servia, the same dis
patch says that Scrvin now wants CO
miles and that in return Montenegro
I For a cleanly bath
I The bathroom should be 1
given a daily cleaning and a !
t weekly scrubbing. Nothing
is better than a solution made
by dissolving Gold Dust wash
1 rag powder in water.
Thoroughly scrub and scald
1 basin and closet with the hot 1
Ssuds and pour down the pipes
boiling water to which has
I been added Gold Bust in pro-
portion of two tablespoons of
J Gold Dust to every gallon of
J Clean the nickel and brass
fixtures inbathroomby rubbing
I with equal parts of whiting and
j Gold Dust -
J washing "Inside Information
I powder, j t. j p i
Do not uie SoiD. nfl Mfe fl tl
: rJiphthi. Bom, X 52Srv1 h
.. Sodr. AhusodU or -y. lUJJfgwr , P I
!i KercutoeTrilh Gold - fv jcCC-JK-JM ji h '
k Durt. Cold Duit t a I ft rMI Jri L.
f bti all deilr.ble 'V IgCll D
( cletniibQualitisin Ei -
; perfectly hiroleis , , , ,
mi Uitiaf form.
. "Lmt the GOLD DUST TWINS do yoar work"
Is to get more than her allotment of
the' district of Novi-pjzar-s.
The correspondent adds signlficanl
ly: "The emperor of Russia will be ta
ken as arbitrator bolwcea Servia and
Bulgaria in regard to these ccnyucsts,
which wero nol'foresecn in the orig
inal agTcomont between the allies "
In tho meantime the Bulgarian
troops in fho vicinity cl Tchcriu are
preparing to reBume their advance
on Tchatalja. After four nights an-1
jui- days ot continuous fighting about
Lule Burgas, tho Bulgarian soldiers
vere given two days' rest This pe
i:Dd expired today and the troops
by this time probably are again on
The Bulgarian army nenr Tchorly
Is being reinforced with troops taken
from the Investing forces around Adrl
anople, whose places in turn have
boen taken by Servians.
A second Bulgarian army, com
manded by General Kutlutchefr, is
nia chips along the coast of the sea
of Marmora to effect a Junction with
the Bulgarian army commanded by
General Dimitrleff at Tchatalja.
Care for Wounded.
To get on the move quickly the Bul
garian troops must have worked hard,
as they have thousands of wounded
Ttrks and Bulgarians to care for and
have had to burn or bury a large num
ber of killed
It is officially stated Jn a dispatch
from Bclgrado that the Servians, hav
ing annihilated the Turkish army in
Macedonia, has been ordered to assist
the Bulgarians, Greeks and Montene
grins. Nothing was heard today of the po
sition of the Turkos at Tchatalja, but
it is believed that part of the army
1 managed to gel behind the positions
The sultan's sld'crs are In bad con
dition Besides the host of wound
ed, thousands of men dropped out of
the ranks exhausted frnm want of
food and most of these threw away
I However, tbev havG had two davs
J in which to rally and re-form thi
aimy The roads are In terrible con
dition from the hcav. rain?. This
will cause difllculty In bringing up ar
tillery. It is reported today that the Grrekc
made a premature attack on Salon
ikl an-1 ropulECs. bu this report lacks
confirmation. A combined attack on
' that city by the combined Greeks.
Bulgarians and Servians Is expect
ed. Extends the Blockade.
Washington, Xor 5. Minister
Schurman at Athens cabled today
that the Greek government had ex
tended the blockade of the coast of
the Eplrns as far as Santa Quaranta.
and had raised the blockade of Castlo
on the Island of I.cmnos.
Constantinople, Nov. 5. None of
the powers has yet replied to the
portcs request for mediation. The
belief is held here that King Ferdi
nand will not be sorry to accept
European Intervention, es it is con
sidered that after its tremendous sac
rlfles the Bulgarian army must be
Abdullah Pasha, commander of the
Turkish eastern army is still at
Tcherkesskeul and at noon today n
Turkish detachment destroyed an Im
portant railway bridge at Tcherlu.
It now becomes clear that the de
ficient commissariat was largely re
sponsible for the Turkish reverses.
Turkish plans aimed at encircling the
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Bulgarian forces Jv an advance on
i thp right wing. The Bulgarian gen
eral concentrated his efforts on an
attack ngainst the Turkish center at
Serai and the loft wing along the
railway. The Turkish right, was
meeting with much success, bul the
commissariat broke down completely
:owins; partly to bad weather, which
mndo the roads difficult and pre
canted lauding operations at the
Turkish base Midla.
As a consequence. Habmoud Mnkli
tar Pasha, commanding the right, was
'compelled to sacriflr0 the advantage
igainpd because his troops were wlh
jout food the whole, dav.
All preparations have been com
pleted for the heir apparent to pro
ceed to the Turkish headquarters ac
companied bv Chazi Ahmed Mukhtar
I'asha, the late grand vizier, but they
:h3vo not started.
; It is csscrted that the sultan hlm
I self was deceived by Nazlm Pasha's
optimistic reports and only realized
the tre situation when an English
cruiser brought the latest news,
which was convex ed to the Dortc bv
the British ambassador. The Porte
then asked the powers to Intervene.,
Thc difficulty in maintaining order
is Increasing It is said tbit a mob
went to the war office at Satiubonl
and asked for wenpons with which
to kill the fhristhns.
Servian Army Grov.s.
Sofia. Rulgaria, Nov. 5. Relniorce
monts continue to pour to the front
fiom tho Bulgarian eapltal In consid
erable numbers. Some Servian troops
passed hero yesterday lor Adrianoplo
and todav eight battalions of volun
teers, Inciuding Macedonians and Rus
sians, eutralnod for the front
It Is reported that fighting still con
tinues In the neighborhood of Serai
Leave for East.
Vienna. Nov. 5 The first division
or the Austro-Hungarian ileet left tlr-,
naval station at Pola for the east 1-
night The commander of the dl.-
slon has been ordered to report to tho
Austro-Hungarian ambasador at Con
rtanllnople Austria States Attitude.
Vlenua, Nov. 6. Tiic- attitude of the
Austro-Hungarian government in ro
gard to the proposal of Premier Poln
care for thc adjustment of thc Balkan
situation is clearlj stated today in thc
Noue I-'reie Presse. which says.
"The present military situation -n
thc Balkaus cannot be decisive for the
solution of the whole eastern question.
Premier Polncare gives to tho Balkan
states more thnn they have demand
ed 'The proposal, which Is a most rad
ical expression of pan-Slavist tenden
cies, Is ho one-sided that It can hard
ly fine the approval of all the powers
and particularly of Austria-Hungary "
Tho anxletj of Austria that Servia
3hall not occupy Albania, and thiiB
secure the outlet on the Adriatic sea
which the Servians are so deHlrous of.
probably will provide a great bono of
contention Servia has been warned
ahcad from Vienna that her armies
have none far enough to the west. This!
naming Is repeated today by the
femi-offlcial Frcmdenblat. After prais
ing the Servian soldiers for their hu
manity the newspaper says:
"The Servians having approached
ihe frontier of a terr.ory occupied
without exception by Albaninns. It 13
hoped and expected- now that Servia
will avoid thc raising of thopo differ
ences which thc historic character of
the Albanians make insurmountable '"
Prince Ghirkn. tho president of the
Albanian national commission, it is
eaid is to be proclaimed king of Al
bnuia Attitude of England.
London. Nov 5. The British atti
tude in the Balkan situation wt$
stated In the house of commons to
day by Sir Edward Grey, the foreign
secretary, who was loudly cheered,
when. In reply to a question, he wald:
"'No one In view of the result of
the war up to date will be disposed
to dispute the rights of the Balkan
stales to formulate thc lerms on
which they arc prepared to conclude
"Do not think thai tho great pow
erb arc more slow than other peopln
to adjust their known views to the
march of events. The powers are
exchanging views In regard to the po
sition in the near east, but It must
be a very delicate matter for them to
Interfere between the bclllgoront3 n
less they do fo at the requst of bc" "
Askd whether Great Britain could
not rollpw tho precedent of Mr. Rooso
yelt in the Russo-Japanese war, Sir
Edward did not reply.
Sir Edward denied that Great Brit
ain had given a warning of any kind to
Bulgaila The movements of British
ships and their Intentions. h said
were precisely bimilar to llioso 'r
other powers, namely to protect llveB
The stepH had been taken n a result
of communicalloiLs which bad ;umied
between thc powers
Fight Has Begun.
I I Pinion, No. 5 it was olficlall)
.iiinounced in Constantinople todu
that fighting lias beyun between the
Bulgarians and Turks at the Tchatal
Ja forts according to a special dis
patch ft am that city. The result uC
j the fighting is not starod
Election Returns at
jOrpheum with Rainey's
'African Hunt Pictures.
NAVY TEAM" MUST
Annapolis, No. 5. There Is a feel
ing of optimum at the naval academ;.
over the showing of tho football team
in Its gamo ngainst Veslern Reserve
last Friday and at yesterday's prac
tice ncssion, but It Is admitted that
thc men must show vastl Improved
form to be a worthj opponont to the
j army elcicn on November ?M.
Tho backflcld Is unsettled as yet
and there are at leaBt three places
in the line that may be regarded aa
The weight of the placrs taken
within the last two or three days
show.; that the team Is not quite as
heavy as thought. Thc aveiage of
the team as It probably will be select
ed to oppose the army Is 179 poundB.
Thc line averages 1S3 pounds and
tho backflcld 17:! There nre two
members of the squad weighing over
CHINESE WANTS TO
BE A CITIZEN
Washington. Nov. 5 Representa
tive Kinkald of Nebraska is preparing
to present to- congress, when It con
venes, tho case of Edward Cahota. a
Chinese resident of Nebraska, who
desires to be admitted to citizenship
In spite of the Chinese exclusion law
Cahota Is said to have served thir
ty ears iu tho L'nlted States army
for which he Is now drawing half pay
in retirement, and he Is declared to
have exercised thp privilege pf voting.
He was declared not to be a cltlzeu.
however, when he sought to file on
a homestead in northwestern Nebras
ka and his application was refused.
Cahota contends that he Is an Am
erican nt heart and will seek a spe
cial act of congress establishing him
SENDS VOTE BY
MAIL TO KANSAS
Chicago. Nov. 5. David Mulvano.
manager of the Taft western head
quarters, yesterday cent his vote b '
mall to his home In Toppka. Kan. A
unique Kansas statute allows this j
privilege and Mr. Mulvane was obliged i
to take advantage of it because his
duties as campaign manager prevent
ed his returning homo. Mr. Mulvauc
marked a sample ballot with hi
choice for tho various officers at
stake In tho Kansas elpctlon. The
ballot was mailed to the county clerk
at Topeka, whose duty It la to turn tho
ballot over to the election ofTlclalB in
Mi. Mulvane's precinct.
Today the ballot will be put Into tho
poll box and counted with the otcs
GAMES IN DENVER
Denver. Colo., Nov 5 A double
header football gnme will lie played
here next Saturday in which squads'
fiom four large universities from three
states will participate. This arrange
ment had an added Importance In that
It signifies the first step In the re
sumption of athletic relations be
tween the University 0f Denver and
tho University of Colorado.
Thc first game will be between
Denver and Baker university of Kan
sas; tho second between Colorado uni
versity and tho Unlversitv of Utah.
Two parades with four ba'nds repre
senting each of the colleges will pre
cede the gamps.
Colorado and Denver severed ath
letic relations al tho close of the
football season of 190S after Colorado
had charged Denver with professlon
! alism. !
The games are to be played on
grounds which are under lease to
Coldrado university, and this fact is
taken lo mean that the two colleges
will resume football relations next
GET RETURNS BY
I Pittsburg, No. 5. Election returns
I from districts within a radius of -"00 '
miles will be gathered by the wire- I
I loss club of the Carnegie School of ,
j Technology . Members of thc club,
under the leadership of Guy W. Fa-
gin of Waltham. Mass, have com-I
munlcated with wireless station and j
i worked out a s stein by which re
, turns will be exchanged by wireless
as far west as Denver and south lo ;
New Orleans. ' j
AUTOISTS MEET '
MOUNTAIN LION '
Oakland. Cal.. Nv 5 Julian Hurd
and wife of this city guc an account i
today of an encounter with a moun
tain Hon near S:in Gre?nrio. Cal. In
which Hurd killed ihe lion after, it
had pounced upon thc automobile in
which they were driving. The ani
mal leaped out of the brush as tho i
automobile was roundlm: a turn on
the mountainside and hurled Itself I
aga'nst the machine. It was thrown
back and Hurd shot the car ahead at j
top speed, with the Hon close be
hind. Fearing It would leap Into the ton-1
neau ou Mrs Hird. he stopped tho
car and gave battle with the Iron
starting crank. As thc animal sprang
at MrsT Hurd It was felled by a blow
witli tho crank, but renewed the at
tack Hurd carried only a small re
volver, from which he fired a shot
that killed thc lion after he had been
unable to dispatch It with the crank.
He was painfully lacerated and his
injuries were treated by a physician.
Hurd Is a well known insurance man
HOLD UP SALARY
OF FORESTRY MAN
: Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 5. The Oc
1 tober salary t IduIs R. Glavis, sec
retary of the state conservation com
i mission, has been ordered held up by
the ftate board of control. This Is
the third consecutive month the board
I has refused 1 1 approve Glavis' Hal
j ary on the ground of bis alleged con
i ncctlon with lumber interests of the
; Glavis draws 3150 a month
RAIL CLERKS IN
CANADA ON STRIKE
Winnipeg. Manitoba, Nov. n. Fif
teen hundred employes of the Cana
dian PrcIMc railway are on strike,
demanding an inn case In wa?os of
from 15 tj 20 per cent.
The men who went oi t are mem
bers of the Canadiau Brotherhood o'
Railway Employes and are composed
I.Tlnc'pally of clerks In the freight de
partment. Thc company claims the
places of the strikers wlil be filled
PREPARE FOR THE
West Point, Nov. 5 With military
drills off for thc season, the military
football team has taken tip with zeal
Its work of final preparation for the
season's climax. This week's prac- H
tlce will be aimed particularly at de-
veloplng the defense. Tho Indians '
play here next Saturday.
HOUSE DEADLOCK ' :(l
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Washington, Nov. 5. The death of M
Representative George H. Utter of ii
Rhode island apparently breaks tho 11
deadlock In which thc house of rep- il
resentatlves would find itself if It fl
were called to elect a president. H
Up to the time of Mr Utter'a death M
ihe house was equally divided. Ttcp- H
rcsentallon of 22 stales was Demo- H
era tic, 22 Republican and the dele- '1
gates of four remaining states were jH
equally divided between Republicans '11
and Democrats. ijl
Rhode Island was one of the states c
in which the delegation was equally I H
divided, and Utter's death, should hi.-t 'H
place be not filled' by a Republican to I ' H
finish the remainder of his term, 1 H
would throw Rhode Island to thc Dcm- ; r
ocratic column. ' i 1
"Throwing Rhode Island to the Dem- :; 'M
ocratic column, however, would not i H
liermit an election by the house be- H
cause the constitution requires a ma'- H
jorlty of the states. This would b IH
twenty-fivp. Mr liter's death, how- IH
ever, does break tho equal division be- II
tween Republicans and Democrats. IH
a oo - .W
MANY HONOR THE r W
AMERICAN FLAG !
Butte, MDut., Nov. 5 Five thou-
sand men joined In a demonstration '
for the American flag at 1 o'clock
this morning. The rernonstration fol- ?
lowed the tearing down of the flag J.
by one of a crowd listening to a So
cialist orator earlier in the evening. f
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