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Allied Troops
Seize Piraeus
Without Fight
Constantine Motors from
Athens Between Lines
of Soldiers
Taken on Board
British Warship
Proclamation Urges Greek
People to Accept His
Successor
. nu, June li' . for?
. | the Hellenen, has alnady
?
. ?. members
now | meet of the
pre-Germi n litury
Meanwhile, the lending of Allied
iroop- I ami leted.
. 'I his em-'
v.ill p???s throng
whose preeeace Ins eontinued
li on of
ted in ner
. of I're
.
was detailed to art under (.cr.cn.
rail m
t mope.
The Entente force? at the Pir.TUs
and Castella are occu?
Ah there!
Out there!
Everything you wear.
Everything you play with
?-Sporting Goods in all
stores.
Norfolks in the widest
Variety we've ever shown.
With either knickers or
long trousers.
Scotch Tweeds and chev?
iots. Irish Donegals, home?
spuns. Also the knit kind.
The beauty of the "Gym?
khana'' golf shoe ia that it
dries soft even after an all
day soaking.
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at 13th St. "The ct 34th St.
Four
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at Warre.* at 41st St
HOTEL BRISTOL
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rhalorum I . -.. rt 8**? '
merchin*; to Athen
:: of TI .
. cavalry contint
entered terd y. while a hat
talion of i rrans
. . Volo, nott has hoon r?0
.M n (.f tht disorder which
marked the entrance of ?he- French into
i ? en - - ?uah ti?? '
. -o re- '
G riva s, o f a
I.urn: I
? I
iur cavalrymen being kill?
re WOUn?it<i Ti. ' JIB?
'
... ;..;,. J , (AC? -.??"?'
'
? Comniasiontr Jonnart in ?
to Prenii ' . ? ?
... ealth ii
la to k?i p the Km? nts ti
nnd horses aboard tht trai
theref I ordered thom to
i
tu? ir . ?he
. . ?
Loft City by Motor
?'onstantine BBd J?B
. . . ?...
rent with '
. tory.
OH of the former
.
? .
my du! G
?
n erith calas, ai
rident may load to *
Berlin Press Moved by
Tragedy of Constantine
I ' ". June '
1 1 ?. The nhooBtt of
c- connections with Greece lias?
??. ithoul
mation regarding ?".?nts there
tht i ? I of 1
.. ? red. The Greek
.? i al ",T for
wotha from all communication with
it?? govern mort, receiving only orea
rj instructions af a
routine nature by way of Switzerland.
The
'he ntl
carii ' " ? '
?
pious comments and i I
Jiiiiii:? . "Loka! An?
? i indicates the Anal chap?
ter in one of thi
with a single hi i
? n; of a '.'
?
lain a< sunlight that
only
because he had not the heart to fie- ,
al the
command ol' Englai i and I
?
ami i
: of tht
which wt ' . 'ii the
.
grnvi Gn
I he i.'.
r 1
?men?"
.? Zeitung" doti
par? ?
war on thi
any dtcishrs bearing i
.Kaiser Expresses Deep
Chagrin at Abdication
Of King Constantine
14.-A ?
?
. ' . I irreal
i.-l...'.' and
.
British Warships
Capture a Turkirh
Red Sea Stronghold
Fort Sa.i'ff Fails After Three
Hour Battle, Yielding 94
Prisoners
j,
Turk
. . h natal
took place on 1
B three-hour battle, and yielded
ty-four prisonei
?guns, three machine ?guns and the en?
tire harbor plant, at the cost of one
. life.
^..'\'f Is the first lan.! fortification to
. to purely naval forer
out tbt
nj Iri
n chier
?
The Hritibh tnttrpriss may he the
paign to c1 ir out I
Turk which have h*?-n oper
'?
.
. . . of the ruler
-
, though
pracl
f tht Ai
,.re of
sa in tht Turi act of
. ? li
age ISO mile?
ibly will ht- use?! ni a Bl
... tg ast the 1
ti II 1 u raia a* i tht
...
the Gulf of Aden i
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iir.inM Or* linn li. !?.. iii.linr
Hil IMO I HIV?. Iii? Milu?? I of Ja'..?.?
1141(11? IM I I I KUM i m?as 111 \ i I
f a A I *- f *- li'.?. IM- I lill? l?*l ? .?, I OMMl\
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!
cmtnaa BVMAVEV <?NTHIA PKBOT IHF. naiAvrs *rj
em.- Oari'liiK Hefor? and Kller lltr Urtu, * .,., ?.. , ne, ,., .,- i | | A I?. >f ?1
t? H? , murant I n<1er Har Mirer I ?on ??f \ Hull'.?? aril I . r* 11 R K I P*T
?HnIHiitlISlIBBSail?B?aii
The Great W a r -- 1 O 4 9 t h Day
Messines Attack
Most Successful
Yet, Says Maurice
Every Objective Marked in
Preliminary Plans Attained,
War Director Asserts
, Jane 14 " net of
......
? ? in;?.le,
? ?
g been
atuined, raid ?Major^>neral F. B.
directe!11 of i
i rations at the War Ob
ted Pn ? to-day:
. mi ins thii Bisaul! the
Somme battle, Gi ' .
?gains J on 1
'?
? I
e the Bril
, g the
i . of what they wert in tht
Genei ee n 11 ir.r. I opl Imistie
to day.
Vmorlca ?.ive*? Confldtaco
?esses
iteadily | ? llc
.
"We Still I ' ! re
ca behind us,
gives us coi
. ">r I of at
ilnes, Genei e ?aid
rot i
n this assault
-, but lhat this
.. .1 .. . i .. iilt-a.
"Our nal success was dne to ti
ind tht
er the
' I
ity in turn wai due mainly to our
ty in tht air ai Ich d5*
?
" ri < million pi.ii? 'I of ? ??plosivas set
d in the a".
since ii nf the Gei
? ??. our nun t
through mort easily. Bul nur nun .
the u? rmnn
. ' ?
? , t1"' .:? plot
proportio
?A Inch I Gei *r red.
Gormans hu?? in Advaaea
"Our SUC '
battle
? the ir? triking bi eau I Coi
knew an attack t ?Bg. I
i | . . orden
i ere i iptnr? 'I t rom
?
. on.
"'?:
approximate time o?* th" Bril
. n would take plaeebetweci
Ju lands
'.'. tai ? . ..
?
holding til
in wai mo-* importan!
BI ?I mus? BOI gives np A ft
were
? ?
dared ti Bi n practica of swooping
down low otar ' he Gtrman tr<
r o-jjunners.
King Constantine* s
Army "Bottled Up '
By Allies' Strategy
TI trategie plai t her? bj tht Allies
er of <~on
s, and forced his ahdi
cation. waa oui rd ... by Dr.
? ehos, editoi
?
Ali . ' . Sntlrt < army of
i men, well trained and wall
. ?nil cominan led by Gi nana and
' tof
. I Pi
to Dr. Calli
served ?
King last fall, that
Gentrs
5 Bol i. | < had mads com
. Mr, for n
n the Barn
?
ii v ?.i Grt<
:
? tor nt least a
...
' I 1
. ?
Presba 1
. r,,| ,)<,un to ?
'I u thwart . ' r ,,,e 0f
to Thi the /
. ? . the I
. ' i i .. ach and ?'
landed the n irrt ? I l .
rdini to Dr. I ... mai hoi -
? ?
ira 1 . on of the
Greek troops In thi -
BOnltl be transpurie'l sert
ely i ron
, ing ' .. ? orintl m Gulf s . Gulf
, "f ('?.?ra-. Accordingly, the All??
into ti??- <.uif ?.i Corinth with
r I til hir*i and transporta, laad?
..t (tea, atar ti.? site ?..' <>!<i
:
Callimachoi <i. --larei thal the
rs ti It? . .. i baas of Military
oners xt? a master tra
eh completely bowled avoi
all Cl ; :,. ? : ng the
' orir.-1 mads imps
for the Grttk trooi
iadi i roa discipline ? . . ? .
rht fermer Kin]
sb M rely hot! I u|
in the PeJ"i i .a.
WHERE THE GERMANS ARL RETREATING
The mnp -.'?.'. the exton Ion of the British hu?'? '..wan" the River
Lyn. South of Cnpnnrd the Germnna nrs reported na retiring upon UM
rrivor over ? froot npproximntoij two milts, while the British ndvun<M
from I'1 ***** ? - rl Wood.
The .?hai?'-'? "-ortton of the man represent .? Igl !** the British p-ains
?inre .hine 7. The dottod area indicfttl the swampy ..."."??ti between the
i.vs a:*.d UM Yprea Lil i I anal, ?which the Germans must eventually
? , tish.
THE OFFICIAL
STATEMENTS
West Front
Bi itfch
r?A'. . 'her a-i.arv?
I at M I with 1
..f (Mir ?
' . to 1
. '
?
. :.: 1 :-.'. . Ou ?rill up
-, -.- . :.? at** ami ! av* maa? .?>..
1 prn?.-r. ? . ii Wood V
.
Uj ........ - nr.rlh
? :
i
IT STATE"
?
? Hattle front M
I.??h i
. .i" ?hi h hml I.? en -tal
on a nur- ?
. on a
front i ? ten ef a mile The
an?1 ue
ing three of
. ? i
In t!. ? . "na- German
i? ?..'I three others
..?me ??i
?
French
DAY ?....????
' H
RI ?
im
hoi rainal
epulscd
-
SIGH r . l ?.*] : MEM ; ..
reaU i . ..r: . . t ii
German
DAY BTAT1 MI N I" net i r,ro-.iP ?,t*
i'rown Prini-8 Ruppracht Both u I I
ar-1 In ti
. .... .- . ? ?
?>?.?. ? ? i? : .?-ral mine-, . -
! ha?OP r ..n th? Brit
ol' the lidm? nor em-.. .
- ; lion .? .;...! I ,
Armv G ra ip at the German Crown p
? ..-r.il ?....ii < of | r? parr?
?
rhei wt rv .
.illrry a?-ti. lt*r ....
HI VTA EMI MT atwth .. I
f Monchy i
?
..,.,- i ting
Italian Front
Italian
On i ' . ' - - ? . .
i *.? .......... .... i .. Hoya ?
? '
I -A i ? h
?.\trerr,. ..-.?.
ing r.nul-,, di . .. i u ith
lu. the .lillian froi't the enemy, g**a|f ?up.?
?
? i ... ||
East Front
Russian
. on, --i party of our
.; porrerl
. . |
i. g1 ,..- a ?-. opawad
entered
the cm rai th?m The
patrol
?
German
Tha Sghting a*ti , . ??..?, -?-i within the
leg airmen !...'?.
more :. '. ;?n'l ha.e f.
an ae\eral Occaatoni Bine? the he,rir,.
earn ra The
. ? of bomba al rai replie,!
?
There are many car
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obtained 14,000
miles of service from
one set of
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Na Y.
.?/ weU-known \l erlern nggpspaper editot
writes to 'Ihr- Nett York Evening Post:
"The Saturday Supplement alone is
worth the $10 annual suhscription to
The New York Evening Post-it is read
greedily by people who would not know
a stock-ticker from a sewing-machine."
'Ihr SatunU] i Iii ni 11 * Sen .? . I ra i '
Pr.il (4 ; J".), ia ludiag I'ma pli I ' !'
Supplement, Mttazins air.i Neun Sections, costi
Ball $-'.">" ptr scar l?v niiii payaMt in i l- .? -
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Sweden Will Cling
To Its Neutrality
War to Last Long, Says For?
eign Minister; Country Facea
Greater Sufferings
Stockholm. Jure 14. Koreipn Min?
ister Lindman made a statement to
Parliament to-day m which he de?
clared that the Swedish government in
BBt to observe un
eiMi.'ocal, loyal neutral.ty.
"The war will B01 al 1 BOOB,"
.he Foreign Miniater, "and ?r asnal
le prepared t'nr (?renter .-urTerinjts that
we '?ave previously horne, all the more
? - ?dish harvest this year will
- i 'mor one."
Minister Liadman sxprosstd con:"
il-no? thal t; i pt ?i It wc ild aol fa J
to accept tin; sacrifices and privation ?
"It - . ? our policy of neutrality." he i
. ?ra awe, arnon**1 other ad
igea, the posaibi'.ity of proeur?nf
frur.i the ?liiferent r-rc.ups of powers at ?
? .-. . . . - atial co!-imod;*ies of I
-... I .\ <. r . | ! "
Snys Germany Holds U. S. Men,
But Urges Women to Leave
gan, June 14. Michael J
Sturk. .:' Chicago, an employe or' th * .
International H arve ?.ter Company, at
iii . Prueeiut. arrived here t'ron-.
? ;y last night. He had been
-.. K.'.'ruary ti to obtain a
Ifj or? airul was fust now g-iven per
- n to leave tierm.iny Hi- SUyt\
eral An-? rienna al bia acqu.-unt
ive IK ? abaolutely refused
: . . nut i the a it la tu er.
tin the other li?-.?I the (iemian au
thonr reiaihg American women
to lea?. - * I COUUtrj
'Pareschang' ? Non !Norj!
His NameV Peurchigne
Pari?, June 14. -Ir their cul.
mnn? of deicription at the arri?*?-'
of General P?:rshii,f and hi? ?taf
the Pun? newspapers lind room t*v!
day to enlighten the pjblic on ?jj.
proper pronunciation of wa fS
eraf's name-a name whieh, at tha
"Figaro" ??ys. 1? "not on? easii,
enunciated in the acce-t of Munt?,
martre."
There wa? much diver* ty !n .??.
pronunciation among th? pup,,
lace ihe favorite rep 1er..-te b??r"
"Pareshan-r" **nut,'* ?d3? th?
"Figaro" "it will b? commo
knowledge to-day that the naa.
of the American jurerai ?A,
remes to ti;^V t bejide ?mr s-.I(jliri
is pronounced ' Pevrcr pne"'
Harvard Unit Reaches Franc?
t'amhndjre, Mas?, June 14.-n,
Harvard unit of the American Pi-,?*
Service hal arrived safely 4t Bord???,
according to a cablegram rereit-ea?
here.
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