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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920,
OH ARMY MEASURE SSTlSaSllffif
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Hcporfc Opposes Universal
Training nt Tins Time.
.,mso. Jan. determined
J Z m army reorsan.zatton bill
"! foIcMt to-lay when the minority
7 v S CommUtceon Military Af
Smutoans report. The minority
luThlt universal training bo
2 Unseat a time when taxes arc
u, mil further that It la unneces
"rlcau". th lato war has loft the
Z -m-m mMy tralncd
insure national safety for a num.
"JlSS'uil the minority finds that
to bill makes the Chief of Start a rnlll
ury dwpot, destroys tho power of Con
Stover the army, wrecks .the No
UonalGuanlof the States ana nub.il
a an unconstitutional organization-;
the President i-owcr to incrcaso or
7 ,Z .the arniv: creates a .new and
Xknt onliMlon In tho War Do
ln .mint miltlplk'K divisions. (Sen
plr Shon Inorl tv believes tho national
of Juno S. 1916. is a Rood
w and should not 1 discarded for a
of -Trusslan militarism."
minority report I, .Isned by Sen-
McKelUr iTeim). and .Shcppard
(TMis'l. without any qualifications, and
itth certain rese.vatlons by .Senators
Unroot i Wis. i. and Capper (Kans).
kaeclahCable fltipatct to Ths Sex and Nsw
Copyright, 1K0, alt rltMi rtitnti.
P.UHB. Jan. 31. Qroat surprise Is ex-
nrcssed In ofllclal and Peace Conference
circles over tho assertion of tho Jugo
slavs that they have not been acquainted
with the negotiations among Premiers
Clomenccdu, Nlttl and Lloyd Oeorge, nt
...1.1.1. u.o twnnnn.it settlement of tho
Adrlatlo problem wns evolved.
Hoth MM. Pachltch and Trumbltcli of
tho Jufi-o-Sla'v delegation, It Is learned,
wore In an adjoining room uurms mu
..MnMi r 11m Premiers and the
progress of tho proposals wns explained
to them enroruuy uy mo i mimrs.
The Italians Kay that In view of tills
t au.. .t.miii nt ltnnwlpdira of
tho pact of London nnd tho altcrnatlvo
plan of Italy is riuicuious.
YOUNG REPUBLICANS TO DINE.
Senator McCormlck: to Be (Princi
pal Spcnlter To-morrow.
Tho Young Republican Club will hold
Its first public dinner slnco tho war to-
mnrrmi' nlpht In thn cast ballroom Of tho
Hotel Commodore. Senator McCormlck,
of Illinois will bo tho rcuest of honor
and among tho other guests will bo Sen
ators Calder nnd Wadsworth of New
York, Jlorbert Parsons,' Samuel S.
Koenlg. Richard W. Lawrence nnd Miss
Helen Varlck Hoswoll, n(-t.oclnto chair
man of the New Vorfc County ltepub
The club has extended a upeclal Invi
tation to women of tho party to attend
tho dinner. Senator McCormlck will
speak on the topic. "A Ileal National
frank Un Litton & do.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Street
EN TETE SHOES
En Tete is the Franklin Simon &
En Tete stamped on a shoe means
a shoe made as well as a shoe can
En Tete Shoes can he bought only
at Franklin Simon & Co. and
only En Tete Shoes arejsold by
Franklin Simon & Co.
IN TETE shoes mean the
highest in quality, the
Jill smartest in stylethe rifcht
shoes. En Tete Shoes provide the
correct shoes for every costume
from the impeccably tailored dress
or suit for morning to the elaborate
frock for afternoon.
OXFORDS and PUMPS
For General Wear
of brown or black calfskin, on a
wearable, mannish last, wih staunch
welted soles, military heels.
9.50 to 12.50
OXFORDS and PUMPS
For Dress Wear -
on the French last tnat combines the
chic of the Parisian with the pat
rician slenderness of the American
shoe, or the shortened vamp shoes
on the American last. One eyelet
ribbon ties, opera pumps., or Ox
fords, of brown, &ray or black
suede, or of patent, brown or black
kidskin ; all with hand-turned soles
and hi&h or low French heels.
V9.50 to 18.50
WOMEN'S SHOE SHOP-Thira Floor
FRANKLIN SIMON & CO
Present for Women and Misses the First
ONE-PIECE TAILORED FROCK FOR SPRING
Which By Its Newness and Its Charm, Its Wearabitity and Its
1 Spirit of Springtime Combines the Sentiment of .
Nature with the Practicality of Art
of line is the effect toward which the mode
aspires these tailored tricotine dresses''
are the answer. They include the
youthful Eton coat dresses, others with
short or three-quarter length kimo"
sleeves, narrow braiding, lines of tins
colorful, cleverly placed embroiderii
The models' will please both Women ai
- Misses of fastidious andexactinfc tas
of effect is the Mecca of these models
ser&e, with Jonfci narrow panels, narrc
) belts, colorful embroideries, full lenfcl
well tailored sleeves.
POIRET TWILL: NAVY BLUE
is as fashionably the color of the first
Spring dress as Poiret twill is its fabric.
There is a host of models and amorifc
them one that will not resist describing
it has short flaring sleeves with dainty
fans of -black Georgette crepe set over
the skirt, and silver- tinsel embroidery.
WOOL JERSEY: PRACTICAL
dresses for general wear are of wool
Jersey in liht and dark colorings, with
embroideries in silk or wool, tunics, lonfc
sleeves, string fcirdles.,
HE first flower to bloom in the Spring is the arj
butus, deep under the 'leaves that drifted down
Jr, tV,o Autumn. And no flower that follows
rivals the effect or effaces the memory of that first
fragile Springtime flower. This is not only because it
is lovely in itself, but because it is the symbol of Spring,
of renewal, of promise.
The first one-piece Spring frock, like the first Spring
flower, comes early, and with a Winter covering for
it is usually worn under the long wrap. " And the1 first
new frock a woman wears in the Spring reflects the
spirit of renewal arid freshness in our hearts, asthe
arbutus symbolizes renewal in nature.
But art is more artful even than nature, and the first tai
lored dress is designed to be worn later without its Winter
covering. For immediate wear with a wrap, the crisp
and chic, well cut, beautifully tailored frock of tricotine1,
Poiret twill, serge, or wool Jersey serves as the first bright
ening touch of Spring. And later the same frock worn
pn the street with a separate fur brings a breath of
Springtime about it like a smart little nosegay of flowers.
29.50 to 165.00
There is No Occasion of Springtime the Tailored
Dress May Not Serve, and It Serves No
v Occasion It Does Not Adorn.
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MISSES' GOWN SHOP Second Floor
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A Store of Individual Shops Vifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
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