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ALLIES PUSHED OVER GREEK
BORDER BULGARS PURSUE
Athens. Bulgarian advance guard
have reached Greek frontier at sev
eral points in their pursuit of retreat
ing Anglo-French. Their moveihents
are being closely watched by Greek
military. No official statement is ob
tainable here as to what course the
government intends to follow if Bul
gars cross border.
Berlin. Anglo-French forces have
been driven completely from Serbian
soil. Gen. Todoree's Bulgarian army
has occupied Doiran and Gievgeli. 2
English divisions annihilated in final
Paris. German troops exploded a
mine in front of French trenches of
Mesnil hill in Champagne last night,
but French troops immediately occu
pied pit dug by explosion.
Berlin. German and Austrian
submarines since beginning of war
have sunk 508 vessels with total ton
nage of 917,819.
London. British steamer Pine-
grove sunk by submarine. Twenty-,.
two of crew saved.
Salonika. Evacuation of GiegvelH
and Doiren by allies confirmed. Bul
gars reported five miles from Greek
frontier slowly following expedition
Petrograd. Russian troops press
ing forward in vicinity of Hamadan,
following defeat of Turkish rebels at
Athens. Anglo-French troops
have been retreating across Greek
frontier since early Saturday.
Giegveli reported evacuated by .the
allies Saturday night or early Sun
day, retreat of expeditionary force's
being covered by artillery forpes and
machine gun contingents stationed
only few miles across Greek border.
Salonika dispatches said battle
was drawing closer to Serbo-Greek
border every hour. Understood no
opposition would be offered by Greek
military authorities if advancing Bul
gars crossed into Greece and con
tinued onslaught against Anglo
French rear guard.
London. Copenhagen correspond
ent of Daily Mail reported important
German war council, presided over
by kaiser, talcing place on eastern
front. Von Hindenburg, Von Mack
ensen, Gen. Von Flankenhayn, chief
of staff, and members of Bulgarian
and Turkish general staffs attending.
LOVE OF DANCER MAY COST
SIAM'S KING A THRONE
The king is reported to be in love
with an oriental dancing girl, Yulei
da, despite the fact that an old Siam
ese law forces abdication upon the
monarch who weds any-other but his
sister or half sister.
Kathlyn Williams has" a pet Jaguar,
"Meenie," that plays hide and seek
Forgive our debts as we forgive
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