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TURKISH CAPITAL
IS END OF TRAIL
FROH SUEZ WEST
throusrli this macIMrom. Occasion
ally Turkinh peasants drive a flock
of sheep or turkeys Into this swirl of
tratttc and serene oxen draw heavy
carts along at a pace fo slo.v that
drivers of military camions curss
them In ten different lansuapc.
The narrow, crooked streets of
Constantinople are Ill-suited to mo
tor tratüc and the plow-polnp fantas
tic Turk Is little inclined to change
his pace. Consequently there are
many accidents and the indifference
with which foreign military cars are
driven has done much to intensify
Turkish hatred of foreigners.
Standard Bearer of Third Party
3h. Bffl
Under Allied Occupation Con
stantinople Said to he Wilder
Than When Turks Reigned
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CONSTANTINOrjK. Aug. Z.
Cor.stantJnop! now combines .ill the
frenzy of a new mlnlnc camp and
. world seaport. Its "the f-nd of
the traJl" for all Balkan states and
verythinc wst of Suz on the Med
iterranean. Caucasian oil men. Don
fit Dasln miners. Anatolian shpp
and cattl kintrs. Grek war million
aire and Syrian merchants all rush
to Constantinople to pop champJ?n
In proof of thf-ir uiccs. Soldier?
nni pallors of half a dozf-n nations
hvt the population nrd add to th
cosmopolitan Hj"rt of Th ?trts
ond plasur? re.-ort?.
Under allied oorupitlon th'- "ity
l.as bc"om" a u ildT p'ne- than it
v.-as under th Turks. There ar- no
ivil court." Nonf of thf allies de
sires to flssunn1 rjoniM!ity for re
forms other than are neiesary to
fafe-iarl llf Italian. French and
Urltiih troop fo-nppr.it with the
Turkish pendarmie in keeping order.
7iut veryfod 's jl is rohody's jol.
Consequently Constantinople is a
ry widt- open town. Midnight clos
ing is enforced prtty j?-n?ra Uy. hut
until that hour there i little inter
ference with dajire hall. umllln
flivfs and r-rlliht districts unless
iiit:rdi" is committed.
LaUviIlf and CoMfU-ld in their
dizziest days r.-vr offered anything
wilder than certain sections of Con
stantinople where .?:s. hands vie
with Neopollt.m orehetras and tsi
Kane ?inyers in their Horts to at
tract wayfarers into the l-er tun
nels and dance halls filled to over
llowinjr with painted women of many
jiationalitie.
Haifa dozn summer gardens of
1.r vaudeville programs which at
tract thousand-? of persons every
nlKht who pitin to have far more J
interest In the drinks and restleys
crowds than In the Russian prima
donnas and ha i o-lKd dancers
whose art Is usually a. meaner as
their attire. Turks. Arabs. Bedouins.
Kjjyptlans and Assyrians. K'OKtoiisly
lad In native cos tum clhow their
May anions Cossacks and Georgians,
whose uniforms are far more bril
liant than their recent military
achievements.
Coal b!ack Trench Colonials, re-
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The Horoscope
Harley I. Christensen. presidential candidate of the Farmer-Labor
j)arty, and Iiis aj?ed mother, Mrs. Sophie M. Christensen. photographed on
the porch of their home in isilt Lake City. Utajn. Mrs. Christensen is 77
years old and if totally blind.
splendent in red fezze.s and Kreon
khaki mlnple with Sikhs and Pun
jabi whose lonp hair and many-colored
headdresses are wrapped in
sombre brown. Civilians, soldiers
and sailors from all parts of the
world are hopelessly jumbled to
gether in Constantinople crowds and
are so busy looking at each other
that tenors from the Petrograd op
era, naughty French sinpers from
Montmartre and Austrian strong
jawed ladies claim hut slight atten
tion. Constantinople, itself is a prand
pascant every day. Its main tho
roughfare, Rue Grand I'cra. is more
fascinating than anj scen- which
producers can ever hope to stage.
Camel drivers kad their patient
trains. burdened with charcoal,
through ihe maze of street cars,
shrieking army motor cars and c,ar
riatres. piloted over the rough pav
ing at breakneck speed 1 Turkish
hostler s w ho crack th Mr w hips and
shout constantly at high pitch to
pedestrians who venture off the nar
row sidewalks. Turks mounted on
tiny donkeys move indifferently
WEDNESDAY. Af. 1.
While this promises to be a very
active day, the powerful position of
Mars, in square aspect with the
Sun. is not an an augury for very
harmonious conditions. Though
the influence Is strong for energy,
resourccfullness and initiative it
makes for too bold an aggressiveness
trending toward the rashness and
impulsiveness that defeats by Us
ardor. It is a sign making for vio
lence, and is frequently held by
astrologer to be responsible fur
accidents. There is the prospect of
a change or Journey. either of
which fhould be undertaken with
duo deliberation and care. Specula
tion, quarrels and litigation should
bo avoided under these conflicting
figures.
Thote whose birthday it is should
conduct their affairs with coolness
and forethought, avoiding quarrels,
litigation and speculation. They
should have regard for their health.
A child born on this day will be
quick, enterprising and resourceful.
It should be trained in selfcontrol
and self-discipline.
PRESIDENTS HEALTH
IS GREATLY IMPROVED
Ma
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WASHINGTON. Aug. 3.--Pres't
Wilson's health is now so far re
stored that Admiral Grason. his
physician, hopes soon to take a va
cation. (Jrayson said today that the past
seven days constituted the presi
dent's "tinest week" since he was
taken ill.
ADLER BROS
On Michigan at W ah hl nerton
Since 1884.
THE RTOlli; FOR MEN AND
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AT BRANDON'S
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You can buy New Silks at wonderful savings in this Great
Silk Sale.
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OP C1CAWETTCC.
LAST KIOMT BID laid
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AND .ON to ccuntr,
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AND HE fcsusfcta paclw
OF THESE cigarette?,
AND I asked hl&j.
"WHERE'8 THE Joke. DUin
AND DILL said.
"WHY THE flaxa fool.
8PENDINQ THEIR money,
PICKING ON me."
60 I said, "You bought 'era,
DIDN'T THEY la-tlsfyl"
AND BILL said "Suro.
BUT HERE'8 the Joke.
FOR OVER a year.
I'D ALREADY been emoklaff.
THAT BRAND."
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WE sdmit it, ttoe joke's on ct. " And
over three million other tmoker
are "in on if with Bill. But the real
joke is on anybody who looks fcr
' Satisfy" anywhere but In Chesterfields
.for the Cheateräcld blend can't be wpicdt
Th
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Ilk Store
Year after vear (or o ei sixteen rears this Silk Store has
grown until we have come to be recognized as one of the
largest distributors of silks in Indiana.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY NOW.
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Black and Colored
LK SALE
SILK SAL
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SATIN CHARMOUISE
36 inch Satin Charmouise in black, blue and all
color3; regular $3.50 kind; August sale
SATIN CHARMOUISE
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SILK PONGEE
36 inch all Silk Pongees, in splendid quality, CS 4 JQ
regular $2.00 kind; August sale J$ I
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40 inch Satin Charmouise in black, navy brown fQ
d all colors; regular $5.00 kind; August sale. . mtjiüß
SILK MESSALINE
36 inch Silk Messaline in all colors. Regular
$3.00 kind; August sale
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TAFFETA SILK
36 inch Taffeta Silk in black and all colors,
Regular $3.00 kind; August sale
$1.96
BLACK MESSALINE
36 inch black Messaline, beautiful quality, regu
lar $2.50 kind; August sale
CREPE DE CHINE
40 inch black Crepe de Chine, regular $2.50
kind, August sale
BLACK POPLIN
40 inch black Poplin, regular $1.95 kind,
August sale
GEORGETTE CREPES
40 inch Georgette Crepes, black, white and all
colors. Regular $2.50 kind; August sale
CREPE DE CHINE
40 inch Crepe de Chine, all colors, splendid
quality. Regular $2.50 kind; August sale
FANCY VOILES
si.se
$1.85
S1.00
$1.79
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36 inch navy blue Voiles, in all the newest designs,
regular $1.50 kind, August sale
TAFFETA SILK
95c
36 inch black Taffeta Silk, all bright and new, splendid
quality, absolutely the best $2.00 kind, August A PQ
sale 4 I .03
Newcomers to Our City
This bank welcomes you to South Bend
tnd offers you the convenient banking
Facilities of this institution.
You will find here, experienced and
courteous officials.
You will appreciate the convenience of
our location right in the heart of the
:ity.
We solicit your account. Savings ac
counts may be opened upon depositing
Dne dollar or more, with interest at 4.
Members of tho SouUi Beuel Clearing
1 1 oa'tc Association
WATCH US GROW-
S. W. Corner Michigan Street and Jefferson Blvd.
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our mr-n for Ice. and it Ls ajainst
thM law for thorn to 611 fcr
ra.h. Buy coupon bookw You
can have th unused rourons r?
drr.d any time. You can buy
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