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ording to Sofia messages to Ser
vian legation here today.
Athens, Oct. 23. Crown Prince
Constantine, field commander of
the Greek forces, reportsTurks in
full flight to Turkish town oF
Servia, with Greeks in pursuit.
Battle between Greeks and
Turks went on for hours yester
dayl ' If Constantine's report be
true, it resulted in complete vic
tory for Greeks.
Constantinople. Turkish fleet
being refitted today under orders
to sail immediately to meet Greek
fleet in Mediterranean.
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Her Father I judge a man,
sir, by the company he keeps.
The Suitor Then I'm all
right, for I've been keeping com
pany with your daughter for over
Fair tonight and Thursday for
Chicago and vicinity; rising tem
perature; frost probable tonight;
light variable winds, shifting to
I southerly Thursday.