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Vienna, Wednesday, Oct. 31--Balkan capitals seethed today with rumors of a plot against the life of Tsar Boris III of Bulgaria but whether an attempt on the life of the Bulgar ruler really was made, newspaper correspondents, for the time, were unable to learn.

A vigorous censorship was clamped on at Sofia, and served only to strengthen rumors of a plot against the Tsar similar to that which cost the life of King Alexander of Jugoslavia at Marseilles, France, this month.

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