GREECE NOT SATISFIED
London, October 21.
Reuter's Athens correspondent re-
The Greco-Bulgarian frontier in-
cident was caused by Bulgarian reg- ulars attacking a Greek outpost at Belesh and shooting dead a sentry and a captain. He says that subsequently Bulgaria hοisted the white flag and explained that the firing was due to
a misunderstanding. The Greek Go- vernment, however, despite the Bul- garian expressions of regret and ex-
planations, is determined to throw full light on the incident. It has ordered Greek forces to advance and occupy certain points from which it will he possible to ascertain the strength of the Bulgarian force.
According to an Athens telegram the Government has decided to order the Greek troops to advance into Bul- garia and to occupy the town of Petrich, the headquarters of the Mace- donian-Bulgarian committee, with the object of enforcing the Greek demands for satisfaction for a violation of Greek territory, the punishment of those responsible and compensation
for the relatives of the killed.