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 - C Day 31 CONSTANTS IN 6 BATTLES A card fron...
C Day 31 CONSTANTS IN 6 BATTLES A card fron Jota Constant!**, Greek restaurateur, Mho went to mother country,, from Iowa City, engage in tb« war, tas inat he participated in cix tallies, and tixat a" "»ere * ictorie*. He declare* that the Turku are "like criminals". Tne eaemj le»- trojej iSO towns, br vr:tes, and the Christians suffered vtry much. 1)iit are now facing * bright future. Mr. Coustaiitine says that he would ha-, e written to the Daii Press before, l»ut it tras impossible to get cards, stamps, or even ordinary writing paper, cuing to tne death and devastation '-hat ruled :n the stricken cities. Evidently Not Injured. Mr. Constautine sa s nothing oui his brother's reported misfor- [ tune--the blowing off of both ieg.« by an exploding fcoiub--and te'Ss no. injury to himself. Evidently, the writer was not hurt or he have mentioned it, and it is believed that lie would have spoken of brother's tragic fate, d the report ·were true. Sends Good Wishes. The owner of the "Olympian" sends good wishes and cordial greetings to all of his old friends,

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  1. Iowa City Press-Citizen,
  2. 28 May 1913, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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