If: MARY BOYLS"4FjfEftWS' A KING
King Constantine of Greece and His Fine Family. 1
i (Editor's Note To Mary Boyle Constantine. of Greece as he shook ,
O'Reilly, our famous womari coresr hands, and despite the absurdity, the j
pondent in Europe, has come the dfsr phrase carried conviction! " !
tinctioh of getting the FIRST.Tnter- ' Constantine, king of the Hellenes,
view ever recorded any jqurnalist.by unconsciously personified the eter-
'! the King of Greece. "For 55 minr .nalspirit of Greece-as'Fg'azed at him.
utes," writes- Miss O'Reilly, "Con- A'bron leader; of kmen,' alert, impul-
stantine received me, talking freely sive.idealistic, hstpersonality appeals.
with me, discussing the affairs ojPhis 'It interprets the Grek character to
. A own nat'on anc' askmg ne'"of my vex- you at once. Guardian of the des-
KfP periences in connection with- the tinies of his nation, he glories in the
lv Beilis case in Russia and also jnte'r Greece of yesterday, leads in the '
If rogating me about 'your great? OnTte'd- Rresent struggle' against barbarous
States-' Constantine is a-wonderful Turkey, sternly accepts the respon-
- admirer of America and is' every inch sibihties" of tomorrow.
I- -a man," she concludes.) .' "The king consents to receive you ;
i BY MAR Y boyi F O'RFM I v 'tonibrrow at Eleven," announced the ;
BY MARY BOYLE O BEIULY- s. 6bii!ge de.affareSj.araiIlng. itis be3t ?
p (Copyright 1913, by the Newspaper we go to the. palace at half-past ten." i
I t Enterprise Associations) -.We mount a-marble staircase to '
i Athens, Gree"ce, am.5.,T- reach tbantirrponi. The firstsecre-
p '?Iam.glad.'to meetyMl
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