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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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Recapture of Adrianople and
Kirk Kilissa Regarded As
Defi to All Europe.
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LONDON', July 23. The European
concert is faced by the most delicate
and ditficult situation, requiring the
exercise of the utmost dirIomatic
tact, if Europe Is not to be plunged
into a general war by the Turkish re-
occupation of Adrianople and Kirk
Kilisseh.
Bulgaria, helpless, sees the fruits
of her dearly won victories snatched
from her hand, and while negotiations
ior an armisiice are proceeuing in a
leisurely manner, the Greeks and
JWvians continue to push their ad
antas?e.
The ollicial announcement that the
Turks had reoccupied Adrianople
created the worst possible impression
In diplomatic circles and tr.t powers
immediately bo;ran an exchange of
views to find the best means of check
mating1 Turkey's action, which is look
upon as a clear cut detiance of all
Europe.
Russia is understood to be ready to
compel the Porte to respect the treaty
of London and the British cabinet will
consider whether this government
shall consent to intervention by Russia-Premier
Asqulth's speech at Birm
ingham Monday evening was intended
to warn Turkey against just such a
development which would involve
Russian occupation of both sides of
the BoFphorus and the gripping of!
Constantinople both in the front and
rear.
BOYS' DAY AT
SPRINGBROOK
PARK
Tliff Flrt Annual Hoys' Day be
luAd Vtilnolayf July 30th.
Hoys cot ready for the day that be
longs to yon. Last year Manager
DaHey of the Park had a day for ev
erybody but the boy. Mils year the
toys day u1l bo the lirst of the special
feature days, wliich will be held at
the Park.
There 11J be five boys watches a.s
prizes to bo awarded the participant4
Jn the feature Parade.
Now boys, dress up as INDIANS,
COWHOYS, HAPPY HOOLIGANS,
TKAMI'S, or any costume yon wish to
wear. The Parade will form headed
by the Hand and march around the
grounds when the winners will le se
lected. Then too, we w1H liave a
greased pole across the shallow water
in the lagfxm and the boy who crosses
it in the shortest time will receive
$2.."o in gold a,s a reward for Ids per
severance. Then we will have a COPPLU
THAU,, looo copers will 1h scat
tered alonjj the walk around the la
goon and watch the boys dig for them.
You remember how the girls turned
out last year on fiirls Day? Well,
let us show them what we can d on
HOYS' DAY, Wednesday, July ;;oth.
Advcrtlsrrvont
NHSnCE EWS
PLUMED Blf HEAD
OFFICIALS IW RUSSIA
Death of Lad in Russia is Laid
to Doors of Israelites Who
. Were Engaged in Celebrating
the Feast of the Passover.
HY WILLIAM G. SHEPHERD.
Staff Special.
LONDON. July 2 3. I have a story
from exiled Nihilists in Iondon which
proves that the Middle Ages have not
yet passed in Russia that black spot
of the 'civilized" side of the world.
Tliis month Mendel Reilts, a clerk,
who has Iain in jail two years at
Kiev, Russia, will be put on trial for
the murder of a boy named Alexan
der Yuchinski. Every effort has been
made by the Russian otllcials in the
district to prove that the killing was
u ritual murder a blood sacritlce
and that a band of Jews drained the
blood of the boy and distributed the
blood in bottles from synagog to syn-
This is the story of the Yuehir.ski
case, as I have iu first hand, from
Russian Nihilists, who are not Jews
and who have been exiled from Rus
sia simply because they have tried
.to lead their country out of its black
ness. Story of Murder.
On April 1. 1911. the body of Alex
ander Y'uchinski. 12. was found in a
cave on the outskirts of Kiev, Russia.
There were 4 5 wounds on tho body,
all apparently mado with a small
chisel. .M. Krassovsky, the chief of
detectives at Kiev, traced the murder
to a gang of thieves, to which rela
tives of the murdered boy belonged.
Ho endeavored to arrest members
of the gang, but the government
prosecutor would not permit this ac
tion. Suddenly cards and pamphlets ap
peared on the streets of Kiev, with a
rough drawing of the body, marked
with its wounds. And the local gov
rrnment newspaper. "The Two-Head -
cj Eagle", appeared with the direct
charge that the Jews had killed little
Alexander for his blood!
"Orthodox Christians," said the pa
per, "keep an eye on your children
tor the Jewish passover i.- at hand!"
Imagine a newspaper making such
a statement In the twentieth century!
M. Krassovskv was Instructed to
work on the theory that Jews had
killed the boy. He was practically
forced to arrest Mendel Reilis on the
testimony of one of the thieves' gang
that some of the boy's garments had
been found in Beilis rooms. Rut as
soon as possible Krassovsky permit
ted Beilis to go free and again he
went to work io secure evidence that
the thieves had killed the boy to pre
vent his making public th ir crimes.
Charge Trumyed lp.
M. Kru-sviovsky was thereupon re
moved from his oltice j.nd was arrest
ed on a trumped-up charge. A new
chief was put in power a chief who
would follow out the ritual murder
clue.
The government, to strengthen the
case, secured the opinion of some
anti-Jewish fanatics to testily that
two Jews had told him all about
"ritual murders'. They had con
fessed, he said, that th ; Jews in Rus
sia, at passover time, made it a point
to secure the blood of Christian boys,
"to be used in making passover
cakes!
"If the blood Is secured under great
ditliculties," he said, "the Jews are not
forced to follow any rites or cere
monies in obtaining it. But, if the
capture of the bey has been secret,
and a ceremony can be safely allowed,
the custom," he testified, "is to tor
ture the victim as long as possible
and obtain from his wounds every
drop of blood that his weakening
heart can pump."
News Reached Outside.
Jews outside of Russia began to
take an interest in the case. In some
clever manner, the documents of the
two inquests which were held on the
boy, were stolen at Kiev and reached
the hands o2 rich Russian exiles in
England. These documents were sub
mitted to boards of medico-legal ex
perts In Germany, France and Eng
land and al those boards declared
from the evi ence that the boy had
not been tortured and that his blood
had not been taken from his body.
One of the English experts was Dr.
W. H. "Willcox of the home ortice, who,
by his remarkable criminal analysis,
proved that Dr. Crippen murdered
Belle Elmore.
"The boy was killed almost in
stantly, by two blows on the head,"
he reported, in effect. "There was no
torture and no blood-letting, and
there is every evidence that the crime
was committed by an insane man or a
man temporarily mad with anger."
In Kieve now, as a preliminary to
the trial, little pamphlets are being
circulated by the thousands to pros
pective jurymen. The title of these
is "All That a Juryman Should Know
About Ritual Murders". Tho alleged
"ritual murder" is described fully.
In England a great protest against
the "blood accusation" charge in
Russia has been signed by such men
as the Archbishop of Canterbury,
Ixml Rosebery, Austen Chamberlain,
A. J. Balfour and scores of univer
sity professors, doctors and scientists.
TRIER CARBOLIC ACID.
PRINCETON: John Haen, suffer-
ing severely from chiggers, who ot on
him while he was blackberryinu:. put J
earbolic acid without dnuting it on ;
the bites. The skin was burned from
a large part of his body.
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FINES CHAUTAUQUA MEN.
CRAWKORDSVILLE: Members
of the Redpath Chautauqua manauo-
men who were lined $10 each for la-
violating the city ordinance against
amusements on Sunday, have ap
pealed to the circuit court.
ITRE LOSS $1.-0.000.
MICHIGAN CITY: An inventory
of the loss sustained by the Haskell
& Barker Car company in the lire
July 12 to 13 shows the total $4j0.00O.
The insurance on the yard was $702,-000.
Moving Pictures
And Vaudeville
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ItO ft KItS & ST. CLAIR,
Comedy Roller Skaters.
HOPE YKKXO.V,
Sweet Yoiceil Singer.
WILL ARD ERHARRT
ROSE BECKERICH
Songs.
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B. M. Jensen of I'ort Dodge, la.,
a state deputy of the A. O. U. W.
lodge, will move to this city where a
branch of the lodge will be opened
under the Jurisdiction of the state of
Iowa. He will make his headquar
ters permanently here. His wife and
family will move here later.
Mr. Jensen will be empowered to
appoint subordinates, and effect an
organization here in the community.
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SijcHo UTS A
Day for Life !
This, at hard labor in a
kitchen almost as hot and un
healthful as a boiler room, is
the sentence which the wom
an who usee a coal range is
working off.
"No Coal, No Asiies
and Short Hours"
This, in a cool kitchen with
more satisfactory cooking re
sults and hot water when you
want it, is the new order of
things enjoyed by the woman
who has an All-Gas Kitchen.
Quit "doing time." Stop at
our store and see how the All
Gas Kitchen cuts down fuel ex
pense and work. If this is not
convenient, ask us to send a representative.
Gas Company
Tixurunxus:
Homo 1118. Itcll 89.
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i Summer Wash Dresses'
including
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She Season's Prettiest Styles in
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in every rasnionaoie oummer vvabii
Fabric Dresses of charm and quality
that have sold from 4.95 to 10.00
during the season.
On Sale Beginning Thursday
Sale Starts 8:30 A. M.
Materials and Colors
include
Tissue Ginghams, Voiles, Ratines, Fancy
Linens, Ripplettes, in a variety of colors
some plain as well as stripes and light flor
al effects all sizes.
(Second Floor.)
3.95
Come and Sec Usm
Geo. W yman & Co,
fill
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Don't fail to make a guess on the Kodak Spool Contest, which closes August 1.
This is not only open to Kodakers, but anyone who wishes to vote upon the
number of spools which are displayed in our South Window.
Otto
PriggM
209 SO. MICHIGAN ST.
AUDITORIUM THEATER.
EYES EXAMINED
And Healacbe Jl1red wltlxrot t2 uatf
Dnics by
S. LEMONTREB
booh Bend' Lending Opto met rift an
MinofartartDg- Op-ttclan.
222ft So. -Michigan Street
iiume Pbone 6504. Bell Fbrn tiV
Gnaut rrom to 10:33 JL 11.
HUIMU"
am SO. MICHIGAN i?T.n.
L. H. O RVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Ialy Assistant
121 North Michigan St.
Homo 5297. Hell 297
SAILORS
UNDERTAKES
, 833 X. 3tlclHiran St.
Homo Phono 5211; BeU FdomU
VOICE
Elton B. Crrpeau will accept
pupils In the art of voice place
ment. Italian method. 805 N.
Michigan et. Homo phone 101S.
Rubber Novelties of All
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE,
206 S. Michigan St.
Great
Dollar
in i
JLC
Ol
One Dollar
down and One
Dollar a week will
buy any article in
our store up to
S25 These
terms are for a
limited time only.
Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
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