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ALLIES MAY BREAK WITH GREECE TEUTON
DRIVE PUSHES THROUGH SERBIA
London. Diplomatic break be
tween Greece and allies hinted at by
Central News as possibility, if allied
operations in Balkans-are interfered
with by Greeks' interpretation of neu
trality and by attitude that treaty
with Serbia does not require them to
come to Serbs' aid against Bulgaria.
Berlin, via Sayville wireless. Anglo-French
destroyed most of Dedehagatch, Bul
garia and, besides soldiers killed, 25
women and children are known to
have perished. More corpses be
lieved buried in ruins.
Paris. Stubbornly resisting .des
perate German counter-attacks, the
French remain in possession of La
Courtine, highly important defense in
front of kaiser's second position in
Berlin, via Sayville wireless.
Throughout fourth day of Italian at
tack on Austrians Izonzo line every
assault continued to fail, with heavy
Berlin, via Wireless Sayville. Near
ly one thousand feet of positions
north of Le Mesnil in Champagne
which French captured Sunday re
taken by Germans, war office an
nounced. Berlin, via Sayville wireless. At
tempted popular demonstrations
Monday to force Rumania into "war
on side of quadruple entente failed
and allies' Rumanian friends are
deeply depressed, Bucharest advices
Amstetrdam. Accompanied by in
cessant fighting the Austro-German
drive through Serbia progresses
Bulgarians are fighting their way
to junction with Teutonic forces in
northeast South of Palanka Ger
mans have stormed and taken all
Serbian positions. They have occu
Austrian cavalry has entered Val-
jevo, 25 miles south of the Save river
and 30 east of Drina.
Gen. Von Koeyess' Austro-German
army was approaching Arangjelovac,
33 miles south each of Belgrade to
day. Hot encounters with Serbs re
ported at Ratari, just southwest of
Palanka, where Serbswere defeated.
Serbians beaten also by Bulgarians
along a front between Zajecar and
Rome. That Zaimis cabinet at
Athens has resigned rumored here.
Taken as meaning Greek war party's
triumph and that Greece will join the
allies imemdiately. Greek legation
had no information, however.
Amsterdam. Italian aviators bomr
barded Trieste Sunday, killing two
inhabitants and wounding 12.
Rome. Three Austrian aeroplanes
bombarded Venice today.
Amsterdam. Austrian forces are
beating Russians in fight west of
Czartorysk, in Galicla.
"BILL" AND JOHN P. SWAP
Mayor Thompson and Rev. J. P.
Brushingham swapped a couple of
trusteeships yesterday in a clubby
Bill made good the rumors of sev
eral weeks and put the parson on the
school board. The parson, who shep
herds the flock in the South Park
Avenue M. E. church, reciprocated,
making Bill a trustee of the church's
The new church trustee, accord
ing to the parson, "will work for the
greatest good of the greatest num
ber." The mayor doesn't belong to
the church, but will "attend services
And, in the meantime, the parson,
as school trustee, says he will take
his opinion from the mayor.
So far Bill Selig of the Polvsennp
Co., another new school trustee, has
failed to respond by featuring the
mayor in a movie role. '