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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
rnn.Y, jci.y is, 1013 KING OF GREECE TELLS STORY OF THE MASSACRES Says Flight is the Only Thing That Saved Inhabitants of Villages From Death by the Bulgarians. NKW YORK, July IS. Kins Con Btantlno of Greece, from his head quarters at I lad J i lielllk. near Seres, Bends to the Ab?oclated Press a de tailed account of the atrocities of the P.ulgarians In Macedonia. Ho de-I Clares that only the precipitate night of tho inhabitants of the village? and towns prevented a still greater slaughter. The following If the king's message through Col. Dousmanl, chief of gen eral staff of his majesty: .Associated Press, New York. "Hadji Peilik. July 17. In reply to your dispatch of the 16th inst., I have the honor to communicate to you tho following information on tho Bulgarian atrocities, committed at tho outlet of hostilities against the Greek and Mussulman inhabitants of Mace donia, "Tho first city to be rcourged was Nigrlta, A largo number of its peo ple who had remained at their homes after tho events occurring in tho Pangheon district were massacred by the retreating army, who did not fail to light the path of their night by the llames of tho city to which they had applied the torch. "Tho correspondents of Lo Temps and the Daily Telegraph who visited the locality the day after the massa cre, merely confirmed In greater de tail the dispatches of the commanders of our troops. Iys Conned Out. "The precipitate Ulght of the peas ants in tht surrounding villages i3 the only reason why we have not a greater number of victims to deplore. On our left wing several hundred Mussulmans of tho environment of Kilkih, a nest of Bulgarian comitad Jis (irregular troops) shared tho Fame fate. Two of our officers, who in a bayonet assault had been left lying wounded on the Held a few steps from the enemy's trenches, were found, when the attack was re newed, to have had their eyes gouged out. "At Docian. before their Uight, the enemy dragged the metropolitan and 30 of tho leading citizens from their homes. They have never been seen again. "The religious leader of the Mus sulmans, with tears in his eyes, told us of the spoliations and pillage of the Unitarian officers and soldiers. "At trurritza fortunately the ene my had time to kill only two of the persons imprisoned. But all these things are as nothing compared with what happened at Dimirhissar, Seres and Doxato, where everything was tacked by lire and sword. fs M;iss of Ruins. "The city of Sertvs is nothing more than a mass of smoking ruins, filled with mutilated corpses of old men and women and children. " "The consuls general of Italy and Austria at Salonlki who visited ercs for the purpose of establishing to what extent their nationals had suf fered have told us that the accounts published in the newspapers gave but a faint Idea of the terrible reality. "At Dimirhissar the exhumation of the mutilated bodies of the metro politan and the leading citizens have convinced us that our jenony is not patisfied to pillage, burn, despoil and murder, but ho rejoices in torturing his victims. "Doxato Is no longer anything but a pool of blood. Of its 3,500 inhab itants only 150 remain. A great number of the little villages along the route taken by the fleeing army were the scenes of like atrocities. aw: xi-:auin: son.. LONDON, July IS. Roumanian troops are at Plevna and Mesedra. the latter town within 30 miles of Sofia and King Ferdinand of Bul garia is suppliant to the king of Itou manla for th terms of peace. It is understood that the powers are striking to induce lloumania not to occupy Sofia, and are urging Bul garia to appoint a delegate to confer with tho Servian and Greek premiers. The real facts of the situation are only just becoming generally known In Sotia and are causing dismay among the people. M. Malinoff's ef forts to form a cabinet appear to have failed. Fighting of no great importance continues on the Greek and Servian frontiers. Unsightly Face Sot.q Aro curei by Ir. Hobson's I'czema Ointment, which heals all skin erup tions. No matter how long you have been troubled by itching, burning, or fcaly skin humor?. Just put a little of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's F.ezema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use Jt ia their practice and recommend it. Mr. Alleman. of Littletown, Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead: Dr. Hob son's Fezema Ointment cared it in two weeks." Guaranteed to relievo or money refunded. All druggists, or by mail. Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chem ical Co.. Philadelphia and St. Louis. Advt. 3 si:vi:xtii waiid votkiis. attention'. Tho voters of tho Seventh ward will imvt lYiday rvenlng at S oVIock In the KbJr M'hool building for the purpo of or ranizin a Joyce club. Adver tisement. EYES EXAMINED FREE Classes Fitted at Moderate Price Satisfaction Guaranteed, DR. J. BURKE & CO Leading Opticians of NorUirm IinlN -220 S. 3Uchhjan St. Suiday 9 to 10 by Appointment. ' NOTICE: "VVo (Supllcato any lenfi the tamo day. No matter. "who flUei ALL LOW SHOES MUST BE SOLID) SATURDAY'S PRICES WILL MAKE THEM MOVE QUICKLY One lot Women's Tan Pumps, 2 strap, rood style, medium heel, all sizes; $2.50 value, Saturday for only S1.45 MEN S OXFORDS AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. 3oo pairs men's Oxfords, in button and lace, in all leathers, patent, vici kid, gun metal and tans, all good lasts; sold from $2.50 to $4 pair, (g Saturday for ....CPA y One lot women's Ankle Strap Pumps, gun metal and patents, made to retail for $2. Saturday for QlU pair yd t 500 pairs Women's Footwear, in Pumps, Oxfords and Button Shoes, all good up-to-date lasts, all leathers, all sizes, sold from $2.50 to $3.00. On sale ' Saturday for A 3 F D Alarm Clocks, good time keepers; worth EZCksx $1.00, Saturday Adjustable Ironing Board, worth $1.25, QO Saturday yOL CI t lies Racks, well made, double rack; worth J $1.00, Saturday ...4 yj Extension Window Screen extends from 24 to 34 in.; worth 35c, OAc Saturda v 6LVKs HOW Isonz years apo the dove you know Was quite without a voice. And though 'twas sad to never sin? The dovo could have no choice. The thimr amiss "was simply thla. The dove was verj poor. And could not po to slnpinff school Out on tho fragrant moor. WILL DISTRIBUTE WELLS-FARGO STOCK Holders In the American Express Co. to Get a Share of tho $5, 000,000 Melon. XEW YORK. July 13. The direct ors of the American Express Co. de cided Thursday to distribute among tho stockholders of the company 45, 000 shares of stock cf Well?. Fargo Co. with a market value of nearly 5,00 0,0 00. which has been, held by the company for several years. As there are 1SO.00O shares of American Impress stock, one share of Wells Fargo will be allotted for each four tdiares of the American company's ttock. The American Express Co. ob tained tho Btcck eevcral years aso I ! Boys' rubber sole Tennis Shoes, sizes 2lz to (5; nothing better for comfort, Qn Saturday pair J skj Misses' White Canvas Shoes and Slippers; shoes are in sizes from 1 1 2 to 2, and slippers from to 11; worth up to $2.00 pair, Saturda AOn for pair !?OC One big lot of Women's Juliets, children's Shoes, chil dren's Pumps, 2 strap, in pat ent, gun metal, velvet; boys' shoes; worth to $2.00 pair, on S.,sSd.to..S1.00 1 SMS WO Slop Jars, 14 in. high, with cover; worth yd ft' 75c each, Saturday. TfC Brass Curtain Rods, with nickel ends; worth Sn 10c each, Saturday . . .3C 10 qt. Galvanized Water Pails; worth 20c, O Saturday JL3C Matting Suit Cases, with good lock; worth Q 7 $1.25, Saturday THE TURTLE DOVE GOT IT'S IY STUABT STAXTOX TAHER. Hut ono hot day a turtle lay A-sunnlnff on the sand. Who told the dove he d make his voico Tho best In all tho land. And oven day, so lepends say, T. , . f,,w, nt Tho dove and turtle met, And every lesson seemed to make The voice far better yet. when it was purchased as a part of ?u agreement whereby it contracted '.vlth the Union Pacific railroad for extension of its service over that line. The purchase waa made, the directors Ftated, with the Intention of ultimate ly distributing the Wells Fargo stock thus obtained. YOUTH BREAKS WINDOW AND GETS DIAMONDS IJroad Daylight Ilobbcr Makes Haul of $1,500 While Specta tors Look On. FAST ST. LOUIS. 111.. July 18. In broad daylight and only a block from tho police headquarters, a well dress ed j-outh broke the window of a Jew elry, store, put JIJSOO wortfc or dia- Has always been considered the shopping day of the week and habit as well as convenience continues to make it the big trade day of the six, therefore we have exerted ourselves to give you values in all of the depart ments of our busy store that will make it worth your while to shop with us Saturday. Pay our store a visit tomorrow and you will not regret it SATURDAY of Street Dresses. All nice, new, up-to-date styles, at a big reduction in price. $1.75 Women's and Misses' Dresses, all sizes, (g A A $1.50 and $1.75 values, Saturday for tPlUU Balance of our Sample Dresses, one and two piece, made of fine gingham, cham bray, linen and tissue ging ham, $5 value, ( (g Saturday pl.s!? BLACK VELVET RIBBONS at Special Prices Saturday. Splendid quality, satin back. No. 12 for only 23c No. 16 for only ... .29c No. 2 2 for only RYand Underpriced Women's 50c Union Suits, bleached, fine ribbed, lace trimmed; Saturday 39c Misses Union Suits, bleached, Swiss ribbed, low neck, sleeve less, knee length, 25c kinds, for suit 15c Women's Gauze Iisle Finish ed Hose, 4 inch garter top; 15c values, pair 10c Women's very sheer mercer ized Gauze Iisle Hose, double sole, high spliced heel, wide garter top, black and colors, pair 25c NAME. Then one brlcht morn the dovo forlorn Sane softly coo, coo, coo, ThIs 5mger Swe t and new. And when they found who made the sound And who had taupht the sonp. They namcd tne bird STS.eet Tun!e Dove And cheered the turtle long. monds In his pocket and escaped to day. The crowd of spectators stood amazed until the youth disappeared into an alley. Most of the diamonds belonged to Mrs. H. F. Cooke, the jeweler's wife, and were only on ex hibition. DRIVERS NOT TO STRIKE CLEVELAND. O., July IS. All danger of an ice wagon drivers strike here was averted Thursday night when the drivers union voted to ac cept the agreement reached by their officials and the heads of the ice com panies late, today. The announcement of the conces sions made by the employers were greeted with cheers as nearly all the demands of tho drivers wero granted. SALE 250 women's and misses' fine Street Dresses, all sizes, well made and neatly trim med; worth $3. (J Saturday for . . n 1.50 $1.00 SILK GLOVES 59c PAIR. Women's elbow length Silk Gloves, black or white, double tipped, embroidered back; all sizes; $1.00 values, Saturday for 59 C for Saturday Women's 1 Bleached Gauc Vests, Swi.-s ribbed, f very elastic, Satur- hiO day each J J Women's 15c Bleached Gauze Vests, low neck, sleeveless or short sleeves; all sizes; Saturday for 10c Misses' fine Rlbb-ed Hose, fast black, seamless, all sizes; 15c value, pair 10c Women's Silk Hose, pure thread silk, high spliced heel, strictly firsts, all black or black with lavender garter top; 75c values, for pair 45c LAKE SHORE RY On each Sunday from June 8 to Sept. 7, Inclusive, the Lake filoro & Michigan Southern Tij. will sell excursion ticket at popular low rates. Consult egents for fares and time of trains. Moving Pictures And Vaudeville FIRST AND KIXOXl) Comedy Singing and Talk'lnp: Sketch. JUAXITA IIAWLFY, Slnin Comwllcnnc. WILTiAIlI) EllHAItDT kosi: in-xivKiticii ri- I St. Mary's Grounds Not Open to Public The authorities at St. Mary's have decided that hereafter the grounds of the Institution will not be opened to the public. Owing to the imposition of some persons who have been freely al lowed the us of the grounds, this decision has become necessary. The speeding of automobiles, be sides, being a menace to safety, haa also aided la damaging tho drive ways and shrubbery. Persons who have business with the institution, or have children In attendance there, will find no dif ficulty in enjoying the eamo priv ileges as in the past and they shall receive courteous ttenJon at all t lined. Visitor's Received Durin? tho vacation months, visiters wlio wish to be shown through the buildings at St. Mary's will bo accommodated on Tues day's and Thursday's from 10 a, m. to S p. cu UKDERWEAR EXOUBSIOPIS llllilSllli H 10c aoc E m 3IOILU. IS Hi i 1 i m n 11 llil AJ mJL -LT W- p. r . V W R u We place on sale Saturday special purchase line silk Neckwear, newest cut. beau tiful patterns, full length; mostly 50c kinds, "3 fc Saturday each Ji MEN'S 75c SHIRTS 49c. 25 dozens Pongee Shirts, with soft French collars and turnback cuiTs, pocket, made coat style; wash tie with every shirt to match; a 75c value, Saturday A for . " iyC I Men's Hoe, seamless, fast colors, in black, gray, tan, blue, 10c ffi ' kinds, for 2 IF Ttr&E 71(55 Till 531 13 Li 10 pounds Best Granulated order for Fresh Ginger Snaps, P1 n per pound J2v Fancy New Potatoes, per peck c 2- l5c cans Snider s Pork and Beans, in To- mato sauce jC 3- 10c cans String O'Zry Beans for 2 pounds Fresh fi"- Peanut Butter for ... .&sj M M mm h F0M f jiJ c LAUER'2 SPECIAL SALE Thcrmas Bottles, ?r solid tra strong, eorru prated. Pints $1.18. quarts $2. IS. Trav; No. rl No. 200 Caserole 2 Styles S2.00 Value m , . ; - . m 1 si.io m We bought a large quantity of these items helow the regular Jobbing Price to stimulate summer business. Large shipment of Carafes expected July 24. Italian Bird Fountains displayed. See window. 75c Up No more of these items can be had at these prices when this stock is sold. Visit CLAUER'S BUSY JEWELRY STORE 105 South Michigan St. ill 0 U & h S3 rt ; n m. m ii i i. -y i m i ,i. , TRY NEWS - Tlfi Men's tine Lisle P'inished Hose, full seamless, plain colors, in black, tan, grey, blue untearable heels and toe, only, pair . . 1 Men's Union Suits, ribbed or porosknit, all sizes, all styles; be.-: values in A the citv, for suit . . .nJ" J.C Men's Underwear, Dal briggan or porosknit, shirts and drawers; drawers have double seat, all sizes, Satur day only, garment &uC dlPTPYx Sugar, with grocery AQr 3-loc packages Climax Macaroni for . .Js Cli 1 5c can Wan Hauton Cocoa for Imported Sardines ir. Olive Oil, per can :0C Fancy Michigan Cream Cheese, per v 1 Qn pound I U Fancy Tea Sittings, per pound jLsJVj Floor Jewelry Store S4.00 value, $2.10. 1933, Shefiield Sandwich No. 1934, Sheffield Fruit Bowl, S4.00 Value S2.10 m i m '' i j , , mm. ml ES T0M0KE0W V t - , i . .-i a- . . z - i WANT D i i !! n i 1 li n n : 11 U fi I i! y