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Bulgarians made a swift vicious as rsault on the fortifications of Tchatald ja and won them. The disheartened Turks are now scattered over the 'twenty-five mile .district between these captured lines of defense and ■ Constantinople, and the Bulgarians are pursuing them, capturing some, and killing others. There is now save these disorganized flee ing bands of Turks to stop the Bul . garians in their conquering march toward the capital of their enemies. Victories Lead Assault. Flushed with the increasing total of victories, the Bulgarian troops, under the direction of King Ferdinand, de cided that it would not be necessary to await the arrival of the reinforce 'ments which have already started from Sofia. The grating hatred which the Bulgars feel toward the .Turks fed fire to the zeal of the sol diers and after testing the mettle of the defensive army by pressing them three days King Ferdinand decided on one assault. The Turks had been yieldng to his varied attacks during these days, so he piled all his forces on top of the Turks in a sweeping as sault. The Turks resisted as best they could, but the soldiers are weak from lack of food, disheartened by defeat, and have endured terrific physical hardships during the few weeks of the war and at last were pushed from their positions. The retreat of the Turks began in confusion, which in creased as the Bulgarians pressed home their attacks, and at last the Turks broke into a sprint for their capital, throwing away their packs and arms to increase their speed. Porte Anxious for Peace. The effect on the Porte is that it is hastening its efforts for peace. The cabinet wants it on any terms, pro vided it is granted quickljr.. The cabinet decided to give free rein to the powers in arranging foi a cessation cf hostilities. The loss of the, Tchataldja lines of defenses became known in Constan tinople just after the war department got news of the surrender of Salonika and news of other Turkish losses throughout European Turkey. Saloni ka has been making a gallant defense, but the Greeks have been attacking it in so wholesouled a manner that it has been known for several days that the Turkish garrison could not with stand it. The Turkish commander would not trust his men to surrender, so he an:! his army simply abandoned the town, burning down several bridges to prevent pursuit. Look for PvTassacre of Christians. The situation for the Turks defend ing Scutari, makes it appear impos sible 'hat there is much hope for them. The situation in Constantinople is growing in desperation every day. Every Christian who can do so ;s leaving the capital. There are GOO, 000 Christians in the town normally. Those who know the Turks and the conditions are sure that a general massacre will start, and that thou sands of Christians must lose their lives. GANALEJAS IS KILLED Spanish Premier Assassinated by an Anarchist. The Spanish premier, .Jose Canale jas, was assassinated :at Madrid, Spain. The assassin was captured by the police. He gave his name as Manuel Pardinas Serrato Martin, and said he was a native of Ei Grado, in L’iie prov ince of Huesoa. He is twenty-eight years old, and is "believed to be an anarchist. Eater he committed sui cide. Martin fired four shots at Premier Canalejas as he was entering the ministry of the interior to attend a cabinet meeting. Two of the shots struck the statesman behind the right ear, and he fell dead on the spot. SIX KILLED BY BLAST Big Powder Works at Aetna, Ind., Are Blown Up. Six men were killed and twenty in jured in an explosion in the Aetna Powder company’s works at Aetna, Ind., twenty-five miles east of Ham mond. The dead are: William Halpin, thir ty years old, married, Miller Ind.; Oscar Carlson, twenty-five yeais old; George Sffnith, thirty years old; three unidentified men. The -death list may be higher. The bodies of the dead were blown to pieces, and the only means of learn ing the exact number of victims is to n census of the 200 inhabitants 6;iC iv v i.c •'v : r.~ . ROSENTHAL GUN MEN ' Qurrlct few cri Trial fer Their Lives in New York, Photos by American Press Association. At top, “Gyp the Blood” and “Dago Frank;’’ below, “Lefty Louie” and “Whites” Lewis. GRIMES km CASUALTIES. MUNCIE, IND.—John W. Ketter mann, twenty-three years of age, married, a machinist cf this city, was killed and his father, David Ketter man, sixty-three, a farmer, was badly hurt when an auto, in which they were riding, was struck by an east bound limited C. & O. .train at the Elm street crossing, just north of the city. The younger man died shortly after being taken to the City hospital. The father will recover. CARRINGTON, M. D.—George W. Yakel, aged eighteen years, confessed the murder of his “pal,” Ernest How ard, while they were trying to rob a man at the railroad station here. Yakel says the intended victim started running and in the excitement Yakel shot at what he supposed was the man with the money, but instead hit his partner, killing him instantly. STEEL, N. D.—George W. Baker, a prisoner in the Kidder county jail here charged with the murder of his wife and father-in-law, Thomas Glass, was taken fom his cell and lynched by a mob. This is the first lynching in North Dakota in a decade. TOLEDO, OHIO—A family of five was found dead from gas asphyxia tion in their home here. Tlie dead are George W. Hassen, twenty-four, an automobile tester; his wife, twen ty-two, and their three childi en. CHICAGO —Five daring men, four of them said to be expert cracksmen, broke out of their cells in the base ment of the detective bureau at 179 North La Salle street and are being hunted by detectives. * HARRISBURG, ILL. A special grand jury indicted John Woodruff, Virgil Chaffin and Scott Irvin on a charge of murdering George H. Galle, a farmer, who had ordered them from his estate. MARTINSON, ILL.—Henry Dan iels, living at Pittwood, slipped and ;fell while attempting to steal a ride on a fast moving Chicago and Eastern Illinois train here and was instantly killed. FLINT, MlCH.— William W. Wil danger, senior member of the Wildan ger-Flanders company, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. ROCKFORD, ILL. —A horse being driven by Mrs. H. S. Sullivan knock ed down John D. Baird and inflicted injuries which caused his death. DECATUR, ILL.— Charles W. Ver ner, residing near Lintner, 111., shot and killed his wife and then shot him self and will die. SPORTING AFFAIRS. KANSAS CTY, MO.— America has won third place in the international balloon race for the Bennett trophy, •which started from Stuttgart, Ger many, Oct. 27, according to a cable gram received by George N. Meyers, president of the Kansas City Aero club, from Captain H. E. Honeywell in Stuttgart. Honeywell piloted the balloon Uncle Sam. The cablegram simply stated: “Won third prize.” OMAHA, NEB. —Tony Jannus has started on an aeroplane flight from Omaha to New Orleans, carrying a message of greeting to the New Or leans mayor from Mayor Dahlman of this city. He started down the Mis souri valley and he had for his first stop Kansas City, where George M. Meyers of the Aero club of that city had arranged to meet him. GEN SAL NEWS. NEW YORK—There is quite a di versity of opinion and yet very little open expression among Democrats of the national committee and ci others who participated in the presidential contest which resulted in Governor Wilson’s election, over a proposed new tariff bill, when it should be in troduced in the house of representa tives. This state of affairs has been ascertained since election day. One of the principal features of the Democratic presidential campaign was the tariff. Many believe that it was the chief factor. However that may be, it is now known since the Democratic victory that influential Democrats are averse to introducing a tariff bill to take the place of the Fayne-Aldrich law. NASHVILLE, TENN.—A large por tion of the east basin of the reservoir from which Nashville gets its water supply gave way early in the morn ing with a terrific roar letting a tor rent of water loose down the hill on which the basin is located. Several houses have been washed aw r ay and many residents are reported missing. The break came without warning and caught nearby residents as they slept. Several persons hearing the rush of water hurried to see what had happened, and were caught in the tor rent, but most of them have been ac counted for. CHICAGO—A thorough nation-wide hunt for the navy yard thieves who shipped $15,000 worth of stolen brass and copper ship supplies to the Great Western Smelting and Refining com pany of Chicago was started on ad vices received from Washington by United States District Attorney J. Wilkerson. The plunder, say naval authoriites in Chicago, was stripped from the vessels in the Mare island navy yard, near San Francisco. INDIANAPOLIS Graphic stor ies of how he caused explosions, how he carried dynamite in suitcases on passenger trains and checked the ex plosive at railway stations, how he waited to place bombs, and how from every city where he blew up a “job” he sent a souvenir spoon to his wife in Chicago were related by Ortie E. McManigal on the witness stand in the trial of the forty-five accused “dy namite plotters.” BIRMINGHAM, ALA. — Four men boarded a south bound express on the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Blount Springs, -entered the mail car, awed the clerks by a flourish of re volvers, and took several register-'■ mail pouches. They then signaled for the engineer to stop the train and escaped in the country a few’ miles north of Birmingham. They secured, loot worth $40,000. Posse are on their trail. BEAUMONT, TEXAS—The plant of the Galloway Lumber company at Grabog, La., the scene of the dots last July, by w r orkers affiliated with the I. W. W., was destroyed by fire of undetermined origin. There was an almost simultaneous outburst cf flames in every part of the plant. The loss is estimated at SIOO,OOO. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Charging in a suit for divorce that her husband, Leon Hanscom, took her engagement ring seven months after their wedding and pawned it, Mrs. Hanscom has obtained an order restraining Hans com from disposing of a varied assort ment of other wedding presents. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Women joined in the violence in connec tion with the street car strike here when a party of more than a dozen attacked a car with bricks, bottles and other missiles. They escaped be fore a riot call brought out a squad of militiamen. NEWCASTLE, IND.— A. L. Smith, of Indianapolis, a brakeman on the Big Four, was thrown from his car when it was derailed in the local yards. He sustained four broken ribs, a fracture of the skull, and is thought to be internally injured. 1 T PHILADELPHIA, PA.— Clement A. Griscom, president of the Internation al Navigation company and chairman of the board of directors of the Inter national Mercantile Marine company, died suddenly at his Haverford home here of congestion of the brain. WASHINGTON James Bryce, Great Britain’s ambassador to the United States since 1907, has re signed. It was learned that he has sent bis resignation to the British foreign office and has asked to be re lieved as soon as possible. SED ALIA, MO.— A state warrant charging murder in the first degree was issued here for Mrs. Pansy Lesh, who confessed at Los Angeles to hav ing poisoned Mrs. E. M. Quaintance of Greenridge, Mo., and Mrs. Eliza A. Coe of Sedalia. PETOSKEY, MICH.— A damage c SSOO was done the Pere Marquett roundhouse here when fire broke ou in the engine room. Four locomo tives were run into the yards for pro tection. JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH, AFRI CA —A diamond weighing 1,643 carats ras been discovered in the Premier mine. 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