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THE -OREGON SUNDAY JOUKNAL, POllTLAIiD, SUNDAY LiOUNlG, SliPliiMiiiiii 10, 1122.
US IN ADVANCE OF
.Matters of Bobbed Hair and
Breezy Skirts of Some Impor
tance in Far East, It Appears.
SAYS FLAPPER TYPE '
DISTURBS SYRIA, TOO
The Syrian flapper la not lens of a
ieturbing element in the Near East
than the little frivolous doll of Amer
ica who bobs her. locks and lets the
breezes play around her knees, except
that she is about two years in advance
of the American' girl, according to the
Archdeacon Anthony Bachir of Beirut,
who si secretary to the Archbishop
Gerassimos Messarra and .who acta as
his interpreter at the peneral conven
tion of the Episcopal' church. Arch
deacon Bachir is - astonishingly young
In spite of hin scholarly bearing, Ms
curling black beard and hair and the
. long black robes of th "Greek Ortho.
dos church which he -wears; . He at
tended the American, university . of
Beirut and held the -chair of Arable
there for two years, instructing thel
Kngiish speaking professors in his
native tongue wJUIe .he' learned Eng
lish from them.
He lis the editor of a woman's maga
zine in Syria and he -has two women
writers on his staff. The magazines
of Syria have a circulation of about
1000 subscribers as a rule, bat the
journal edited by the young Syrian
reaches ateast fiOOO homes.
The archdeacon speaks English, with.
. delightfully soft accent, and besides
liis native Arabic, he speaka Turkish,
French, Greek and Russian.
"You see," said the archdeacon, "we
have to learn all the languages we
can, because we need them more than
other nations do. We learn much from
the French, but the" French do not
6ieak Arabic, We take the best from
the English and the Americana, but
they don't- trouble themselves to learn
our language. We have to have Turk
ish and Russian, and of course Greek,
because of the mixture of our race
in fact; to get along with our neigh
. bors and ourselves. So you see we're
only educated to our need, and so is
Problems of the ' household, personal
hygiene, literature and criticism,
music,, a little political information,
general comment on world affair, the
care of the baby, cookery and fiction
.are all included in the makeup of the
Syrian woman's magazine, to which
the archdeacon is a contributor all
during his trip, his stories covering
his observations on - the freedom of
American women who travel unes-
corted. their manners, dress, eonven-
. tions observed and neglected in Amer
ican aaily lite and other things which
come to his attention.
On the trip across the continent, the
.archdeacon and the Archbishop Ger
rassimos, to whom he is secretary,
had a great deal of- amusement with
the . Americans and their slang.
TRIES FIRST "CONE"
"They told me I mustn't say 'Sure,'
when I mean Yes.' " said the roh.
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JO FIGHT BRITONS
Battle Her, Says Moslem
Emissary at Paris. '
Paris. Sept. 9. (XT. P.) The Turk
ish empire is prepared to fight Eng
land it necessary, for the possession'
of Constantinople Ferld Bey, Moslem
representative, stated ' today.
Bey. whose nation's armies have
routed the Greeks In Asia Minor,
hurled defiance at those who would
stop the Turkish program.
"We desire and demand," said Bey,
'to occupy Constantinople and Adrian
ople as far as the Maritzl river. We
believe that France and- Italy, will
not oppose our plans, but if 'England
does, we'll fight. England if necessary.
.-"She must bear fin mind that there
are two ways to Adrianopole, One is
via the Dardanelles and Constantinople
and the other via Mesopotamia, .which
permits us to avoid British battle
ships." Bey expressed willingness to attend
the Greek and allied conference at
Venice September 20, if Invited. : and
said he would defend the course of his
country before the delegates. - f 'i -4
"We will consider the war ended,?
he continued, "after the total occupa
tion of Asia Minor and will agree to
an armistice. 1
"We want to live In peace and to
exploit the wealth of our country. If
others place difficulties in ouri way,
we-will be forced to defend ourselves."
Bey stated that foreigners in Smyrna
may feel sore that "we will take all
precautions to avoid excesses." j
SAT SMYRNA CAPTURED
London, Sept 9. Turkish Iforcea
have captured Smyrna, according to a
wireless message received here tonight
The Wallowa County fair will' be
held at Enterprise, October 3 to 17.
Suspect's: Case Is
"Put Over to Wait
, Officials' Arrival
Oregon City, Sept. 9. OwTTigto non
arrival of Sheriff Harris usd County
Attorney Mtmro 5 of - Fm.tr fields Iowa,
habeas .corpus proceedings brought by
Fred Hansteen, ' suspected of;helns
Russell Dove, wanted in the Iowa city
on attempted murder and burglary
charges, was continued today until
Monday. The Iowa officials telephoned
from The Dalles that they will arrive
tomorrow. t (;
Hansteen testified that at the time
of the Iowa crimes he was working
for Arthur Spiechehart, a farmer near
Dersham, in Washington county. Sev
eral Portland residents testified to the
good name of Hansteen.
The camp of the Skagit Mill com
pany, near Sedro Woolley, was prac
tically destroyed Tuesday by six cars
loaded with logs, which broke away
from a switch and crashed through the
cookhouse and the homes of several
camp workers. "
Archdeacon Anthony BaclUr. of
Beirut, a Portland Visitor.
ing people on all sides saying "sure
thing.' " -
The archdeacon enjoyed his first Ice
cream cone on his way across the con
tinent' .from New York. When ha
reached Portland he found a trick bed
In his apartment it swings off the
door in a most remarkable manner
and everywhere he goes there is some
new adventure of modern life that
kept him entertained and interested.
Vagrants Cause of
Fire Burning Barn
Fire, presumably caused by vagrants,
destroyed the barn of A. T. Trier, No.
1694 Division street, at 26th avenue and
64th street S. E., about 10 o'clock Sat
urday night. Destruction of tools and
an automobile in the barn made the
total loss amount to $1500, according
to Lieutenant W. C. Cooper of the fire
'marshal's office. Xeither the barn nor
the contentgjyere insured.
SXAKES SHOW FIGHT
Murray City, Ohio, Sept. 9. (I. X.
S.) A mother copper head snake, with
40 little ones following her, was killed
here by an undertaker. The snake
killer declared that even the smallest
deason. "and right away I began hear-of the reptiles showed fight
men s furnishers and natters
exclusive but not expensive
3SO Washington st., s. w. i corner w. park
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HENRY J. DITTER, Manager
.THIRD AND WASHINGTON-.
Alt Merchandise in This Store Is Bought in
the Open Market at Bargain Pricedand
These Bargains Are Passed On to- You
Intended for Specialty Shops
But Here Are
New Poiret Twill Dresses
A fine grade of poiret twill, made in new fall styles
so attractive ; three-quarter flare sleeves, belts of self;
some with chambisette vests, trimmed with gold
thread, novelty braid and ornamental beads. Sizes
Women's Stunning Topcoats $ 1 9.75
.Wonderful Values for Such a Low Price
Smart coats that cjjlbe practical on so many occasions. They are made
of double-faced coating materials hi tan and browns, with the inside of
contrasting shades. Inverted box pleats in the back, convertible collars, .
raglan or set-tii sleeves, set-iri or patch pockets, make these coats unusually
good looking and wonderfully good values. Sizes 36 to 44.
heavy - satin in
navy, blacit, taupe
A 12-oz. all-wool in
-navy, taope; sand
Crepe ; -
If In nivyiaiCMack;
An. e x t.r ordinary
quality Jir blue- and
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Civil Trade Courses
English for Foreigners
Electrical Trade Courses
Elementary School for Men
Auto Electrical 5
Machine Shop Training
Courses Opening a Little Later
Credits and Collections
C. P. A. Quiz
Now you have the opportunity to forge ahead in the world
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OREGOIT nrSTITCTE Of TEKH3TOLOOT
Please sesd rae fall lnformmtioa aboat the.
. . .conre.
4th Floor Y. Mp2iBidg!fr
The Store That Under sella
Because It Sells for Cash
Parcel Post Packages -Prepaid
on $5 Purchases
' in Fir$t Three Zones
The . Deltor' Feature of the zz
Butterick Pattern Insures a rs
Saving in Both Time and
For Early Fall Days
The Gene Palmer
Wind and sun in these Sep
tember days will make twice
welcome these carefully com
pounded beauty helps. Made in
Oregon and sold all over the
Rouge Compacts '
White Star Ointment
Night Massage Cream
Face Powder Compacts
Day Vanishing Cream
Lemon Cleansing Cream
Visit Our Demonstrator
A Special Showing of ...
";V;"j;;l;New-Autumn:-! - 7:
Poiret Tivv Dresses
Of More Than Ordinary
Every origination of style expressed in the most
favored modes of the new autumn season is re
created in the smart styles how showing in pur
Women's Ready-to-Wear section, and through care
ful planning we haVe been enabled to quote prices
surprisingly low of particular importance is this
offering of handsome Poiret Twill Dresses at $18.95.
They are perfectly tailored in the very best styles '
and are sure to meet with your instant approval.
All sizes 16 to 44. -
Women's Fall Model
Top Coats at $25.00
A host of exclusive models in the extremely popu
lar tailored styles with belt and buckle, in Plaid
Back Tweed and Solid Colored fabrics in Reindeer
and the leading shades of brown. All sizes 16 to
44 are in this showing at $25.00. i ; ;.
Lustrous Fur, Silk Lace, Spangle and Other
Fashionable Fall Trimmings
Are Here in Endless Variety
and the Most Moderate Prices
Never in the department's history have we been so well prepared to supply
your requirements in tashionable Trimmings as we are at. this time, Styles
are more beautiful, assortments larger and more varied,, and prices are sur
prisingly moderate; We invite your immediate and most critical inspection.
Don't fail to see these special displays. : :- -v r . - -1; :
.' Popular Fur
In Collars and Bandings in 1
to 6-inch widths in all de
sirable furs such as Coney,
Opossum, Astrakan, Caracul,
Sealine, " - Beaverettei Imi
tation Peajcl and Beige Fox,
Real Mole, Imitation Mole,
Chinchilla Imitation Ermine,
Nutria, etc. All are' high grade
fur trimmings at an extremely
Dress and Suit
A wonderful line of imported
and Domestic Silk Braids, both
plain and fancy hi all desir
able widths, also Silk Tassels
from 1 to 27 inches long in
black and colors. Silk Medal
lions, Silk Drops, Silk Girdles
and Fringes in allvidths and
colors. Would advise an "early
selection while our new Fall
stock is complete.
For Evening Wear
Included are an excellent' va
riety of narrow Edges and
Bands in all widths i in Jet
Black Spangle, Iridescent, and
Colored Spangles, Colored
Beads, Bead and Spangle Me
dallions, Tassels ' and 'Drops;
Jet , and Spangle Flouncings,
Novelty Flowers: also a won
derful line of - Jet- and Bead
Girdles; also the popular belts.
A Two-Day Fall Opening
Sale of Women's Shoes and
Oxfords at $2.95 a Pair
Military and Low Heel Styles in Black
and in Brown Leathers
Here is another one of those tinmatchable Shoe
Sales for which this store is justly famous. This
time it is a special underpricing for two days1
Monday ind Tuesday of some 3000. pairs of
Women's Fashionable Shoes and Oxfords. In
cluded are both black and brown leathers in styles
with military or low heels light, medium or heavy soles in such well known and
reliable makes as G. Edwin Smith, Peters, Ashueiot, and others. All sizes are in
the assortment and all are in this sale at $2.95 a. pair.
Women's Silk Top
Union Suits at.... pJTE
. Undergarments of superior fit and finish espe
cially underpriced. Union Suits with silk top and
mercerized lisle body in flesh and white, both reg
ulation and bodice top styles in knee length in
sizes 34 to 44.
Woman's New Fall Ql AO
Sweater Coats at. . . V0
At this special price we offer splendid selection
from the new styles in Coat and Tuxedo Sweaters
in fine Wool, Worsted and Zephyr yarns. All de
sirable colors and all sizes.
Fall Style Cottons,
Cretonnes and Flannels -
CH ALLIES AT 19c
Comfort covering Challies in at
tractive light and dark styles. ,
GINGHAMS AT 25c -Dress
Ginghams in several hun
dred styles and colorings and 27
, inches wide. l
GINGHAMS AT SOc
New Zedhyr G;nghams in 32-inch
width and a full showing of styles
and colorings. - - ,
FLANNELS AT 25c
Outing Flannels in 36-inch width
and a wide selection of stripe styles
and in plain white.
Goetz Satins at $2.25 Yd.
More tbanjfif ty desirable shades to se
lect from in-these famous satins.
Crepe Satins at $250' Yd.
40-inch Crepe,. Back Satins jnall want
ed shades.' ,r
Canton Crepes at $3.50 Yd.
40-inch extra heavy ""Canton Crepes in
both street and evening shades.
New Fall and Winter - - '
$2.00 to $7.00 Yard
Direct from the best foreign and domestic mills we
have gathered an endless variety of weaves in" the new
and staple styles' and colors in fine wool Coatings
plain shades, two-tone riovelties, plaid back, tweed mix
tures, chinchillas, double face effects, etc. No showing
to pass this in the city and no values to equal these
anywhere at $2.00 up to $7.00 a yafd. .
Tempting Prices On
Liberty Electric Hot Plates
Dominion Electric Stoves
Glass Measuring Cups
Wood Salt Boxes
Glass Lemon Squeezers .............
Glass Salt and Peppers, pair.......
Mason Jars, quarts, per dozen. . .v. . -Mason
Jars', pints, per dozen ........
Fruit Jar Rubbers, 5c dozen or 6 for.
Decorated Tea Pots, English Make . .
Plain Tea Pots, two shapes. i . .
Thin Glass Tumblers,' set of 6 at....
5-Piece Aluminum Cookers
Lasher Floor Mops . ....... ..". . . .
...f. ...... ,25c
.Well established lines, assuring you
perfection in fit and finish and satis
faction in service and the lowest pos
sible prices. .j. .:,)
WORSTED AND COTTON ?
MIXED UNION SUITS .
FROM $3.25 to $6.50
: f " WORSTED AND COTTON
MIXED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
' From $3.25 to $3.50 a. Garment