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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER C. 1915.
was promptly accopted by tho ttry Klne. I'AniS. Oct. .-The re!(rnatlon of Premier Venlzcloa will not atop the landing of allied troop for the defeme of Barbla, It la stated officially this af ternoon. More French troopi. It s reported, nre bclnit, landed at Salonika today, though tho war office lias not confirm ed this statement The allies. It nu officially Intimated, count uton tho support of the Oreek. people In their efforts to prevent the nulgarlan Czar from dominating" wie unmans, uniciam cllnrs to tho be lief that the Greek chamber will refuse to accept a now ministry and that jenlzelos will be forced' to reconsider Bis resignation. Greek Nation FaithfuL 'The resignation of Premier Venl Belos, even if persisted In, cannot affect tho Interests of Greece nor stop the lindlna- of troop by tho allies .for the assistance of Serbia " It was statPd. ' The troops were enthusiastically ac- Cialmtd bv lh Clrpim urhn linrlArnfanrl then cause la tho allies' cause and that ineir cause will bo defended In any Vent against nulgarlan enterprise. Tho :relc nation Intends to remain fo4th- ui io us engagemems." The French cabinet met thli after noon to consider the tlnlknn situation. President Polncare presided. Reason For Resignation. According to an Athens dispatch, Premier Venlzclos resigned because hla war policy was not oven supported by his own ministry. The other eight members of his cabinet wero silent hen a vote of confidence In tho prime Minister was. taken In the chamber of deputies. Balontka dispatches repeat that tho French troops wero greeted enthusias tically on their arrival at tho Oreek port. "Oreek officials and tho populace greeted the French troops as allies, and In the some manner In which the French received Ilrltlsh troops upon their ar rival at Boulogne." It was slated. has been brvakln over the trenches on With sides for 48 hours without Inter ruption. The Germans aro massing re- rrcs to meet expected attacks and to jnuncn coumcr-onrensta. Tho greatest activity is reported from 7.a IJasxa south to Arras The Germans have been shelling tho Ilrltlsh positions for many hour, evidently In prepara tion for an Infantry thrust. Along tho Cnampagno front tho Ger mans lime omeryed from their trench es at several oolnU, planning bomb raids on tho French works. London Puzzled at French Decision to Continue Serb March LONDON, Oct. 8. Official J(nnotince- ment from tne French government that the sudden overthrow of the Greek ministry will not halt her armies In the march toward Serbia, caused the greatest sensation In to day's complicated Balkan situation. Officials here would nut discuss the Jrench statement or attempt to place a ccif tructlon upon It. Jn some quar ters It was taken to mean that Franco had been Informed that the movement of her toops would not be Interfered with by the Greek klcjr. In others it was construed as a den to King Con stantlne. The sudden upheaval at Athens has completely overshadowed the Ilusso Bulgarlan situation. The allied capl talt aro now positive that Bulgaria ylll take her place with the Austro rmans. and have turned to the mole startling developments nt the Oreek capital. The Hussion ultimatum to Bulgaria expired at 4 p m. yesterday vlth no news of a reply having reach ed London, and It Is believed the Bus kian foreign office will soon announco positive hteps. Athens dispatches, closely scanned by the Greek censor, gave only hints of the developments that preceded Fre mlcr Venlzelos' resignation. Theso In dicated that Bulgarian diplomats nao letlnlte pledges to King Constantino that Greece's Interests would not be hirmed by nny action Bulgaria miy tako against Serbia, and thus won him to a course of neutrality that caused the break with his prime minister. One report said that the Bulgarian premier assured tho Greek minister at aorta that Bulgaria would not attack Herbla unless tnn Austro-Gcrmans cross the Serbian border. The Greek crown prince, according to dispatches received hnrA niiiir ..!..., left Athens with Btaff officers last night jor Salonika, where 70,000 French troops hae dlsemtarked. No intimation of ins intentions reached here, but in view of tho sudden change In policy of the Greek government tho situation nt Sa- lKa .'s causing some apprehension. The landing of French troops was made, with the silent consent of the cnlzelos ministry. Whether King Cm stantlne, who objected to the landing. "Ill attempt to force the French to re-embark or will order Greek armies to prevent their advance. Into Scrhla ns one of tho puzzling questions aris ing out of the resignation of tho Oreek premier. The news from Athens arrived In London too late, for comment by tho rnornlnrr papers. In some quarters tho hope was held out that the Oreek king may be forced to go to the nld uf Serbia by Ills people. ihe same chamber of deputies that passed a vote of confidence, In the Venlzelos ministry nii.st ratify the now cabinet formed by the king. It is possible thnt the chamber will re fuse to accept a new ministry and will Iytiihc """"Jitfrnent of Venlzelos nn Ills war policy over the. object Ions of the crown. Decisive Battle on Anglo-French Front Appears Imminent I'ABIS, Oct. A battle of dcclnhe churacter Is belleicd to bo Imminent on the Anglo-Fiench front. Artillery firo French Infantry Halts Attacks in Flanders; Cannonading Heavy PABIS, Oct . An entire cessation of lnfhntry actions along tho Franco Flanders front last night and early to day was reported by tho war ofllco this afternoon. Tlwro was heavy cannonadlrfg south of the Glvenchy woods and at several points on tho Champagne, Argonne, and 1OirnJno fronts. Tho French Improved their position slightly near Ln Folle by , and Neuton streets northeast. The the two of hand grenades, tho fighting I show opened Inst evening, nnd will being confined entirely to communlca- continue until 11 o'clock tonight, tlon trenches. I Ihc winner of tho sweepstakes prlzo BHHHkMMB HMHMa T ! Uldfl 1 1 t t I 1 fl M t tkf ihll I t T t 1 1 t I B tl ( I ! ftrr.flif.rlinnrl lln wn mvnriteH RUl'. points out of n possible too. Six classes were Juilued last nlcht by Dr. George Wcslev Hess, superin tendent of the United States Botanic I'ctcr Blsset and u. n. Mar IN FLOWER EXHIBIT Brookland Brotherhood Con ducts Its Seventh Annual Show in Lord Hall. D. 11. Ocrtly with his entries of dahlias and roses won tho sweep stnkcs vr'.zr of a large silver loving cup at the seventh annual flower, fruit, and vegetable exhibition of tho l'rooklutid Brotherhood, which Is be- Ing held in Lord Memorial Hall of tho Brookland Baptist Phlirch Twelfth Berlin Critic'Says Offense Has Failed Garden: Oot. .-Tho military critic of tho Bcrner Bund declared today that the nines' offensive movement ln tho west has detlnltrly tailed. He estimated that more than l.OOO.OOii men and 2.000.000 shells were used In tho allies attacks. THE WEATHER REPORT, The foiccast for the District of Co lumbia Partly cloudy and continued cool tonight anl Thursday; gentle liorthwcst winds becoming inrlablc Man land Partly cloudy tonight an J Thiirsdiy. slightly warmer Thursday In west portion, gentle northwest winds becoming ai lable. m. m., V H. BUIIEAU, s a la 11 a. m. 11 n in 12 noon 1 li. m TKMPintATrnns. A FFLHCK'S. 51 I 8 n. m 6t 54 I 9 a. m ft! W I 10 a. in 63 57 I 11 a. m til M ' lirnoon a, M 1 p. m 03 TIDi: TABLn. B'4r a. m. nnd 6 01 p m ... 12:18 a m High tide IOw tide . St'N TAULi: Sun rose .. C 00 Sun sets v r 35 Light automobile lamps at (i 14 p in Pure Ird, per lb 103,4 c Best Butter, per lb 30'; Peanut Butter, per lb 10c 926 Pa. Ave. N.W and All Ihe J.T.D.Pyles Stores 50c Chicken Dinner lteurty Dull nt 2 I. M, CENTURY LUNCH -1700 Penna. Ave.N. W. llrnnrhe1 , h Mj v n BERLIN (via wireless b Bayvllle), J tin. bcth of the Department of Agri culture, anu iviiss uia roweii, Tho awards wero as follows: Cut llowors First prize. C. It. Hos pital; second prize. D. H. Oertly: third prize. Dr. It. W. Frlschkorn. Totted plants First, D. It Oertly, see nnd, 8. German, third, Mrs. M. It. Downing. Fruits First. Fred Barnes second. D II. Oertly. third. Clay C, Holmes. Vegetables Flrt, I. F Bliigmun; second, I) It. Ocitlv, third, B. i:. IIiite-hlnHon. Canned goeuls First, Virginia Fate; rcce-ncl, Mrs. J. L. Whiteside, third. Mrs i:. L. Saltzman. Cnnl.ed goods (not home grownl First, Mrs C. L. Cussldj , second. Mrs. D. II. Otltly. thlld. .Mrs J. L Whiteside. Special prizes donated by local and out-of-town merchants for best In divldiial rl.owlngs wero also nwnrd cd the following" C. II. llosnltnl S. German. Clay C Holmes. J F llingman. Fred Barnes, J. L Whiteside, V. V.. Hutchinson, n. II Oeitls. Dr. J. I! Burlier. C. F Tan sill, A. A Cuipentci, Virginia l'ate. Mrs. .lames I, Whiteside Mrs H. C. Sslt7liian. and Mrs. n. II. Oertlv The garden products shown were alt grown In llroi-ldunil. Russians With German Helmets Called Spies BERLIN (via wireless to Sayllle). Oct. C Tho German war offlco an nounced today that In the future Rus sian patrols caught wearing German helmets In order to dccelvo German troops win uo executed as spies. Pullman Off Tomorrow On His First Vacation Msjor Raymond W. Pullman, Chief of Police, leaves Washington tomcrrow for a vacation which will last a week or ten days, tho first respite from offlco cares ho has taken slnco his Appoint ment. Ho will go from here to Philadelphia, where he will look Into tho police record system nnd perhaps attend one of tho games of the world's series. Afterward ho will Islt New York. In tho major's absence. Assistant Superintendent of Police Uerle will bo In command of tho department. Takoma Park Flower Show to Close Tonight The Takoma Park flower show, which opened Monday In the Takoma Park library building, and which has attract ed wide attention among tho residents of that section, will close tonight. It was anounced today by D. N. Shoo maker, president of tuho Columbia Hor ticultural Society, who arranged the ex hibit. The feature of the show was the dahlia exhibit, moro than l"Q varieties of this flower bclnr entered To Hold Test Nov. 2 for High-Paying I. C. C. Posts The Civil Scnlce Commission has an nounced examinations to da held No vember 3 for the purnoso of filling a number of high salaried positions in the Interstate e'onimerco Commission In connection with the work of making a Physical valuation of the rallrouds Among tho positions to be filled nre those of senior civil engineer, signal engineer, mechanlcnl engineer, electrical engineer, structural engineer, telgrapn engineer, telephone engineer, nnd architect. Th positions will pay from $1,800 to JI.TOO a vear. Kxamlnatlons will be i held November 3 to fill vacancies In the grade of supervising telegrapher In tho office of markets and rural organiza tion. Department of Agriculture, at 11,410 to Jlori a year, and to fill a teachers' vacancy In the Haskell In dian School S. S. S. Greatest Blood Remedy Gives Results When Others Fail Nature's Remedy For Blood Troubles The purifying and curative proper ties of Nature's great remedy have made "S. s. s, for the Blood" a house hold salng. 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