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SpCIETY LEADERS PLAY MOVIE PARTS
Mrs. Vinceqt Astor,"" Above, and Miss
"Notqd members of the 400 at New
port are acting in a movie play-.
Country homes of millionaires form
backgrounds of scenes. Mrs. Vincent
Astor, Miss Ethel Harriman, Mrs.
Oliver G. Jennings and .Miss Hose
Dolan have Jeading roles.
.JAPAN TO ADHERE TO "OPEN
DOOR" POLICY IN CHINA
Washington, Sept 14. The text
of "written assurances given Amer-I
lean Ambassodar Guthrie at Tqkio
by the Japanese foreign office regard
ing Japan's adherence to the "open
door" policy in China' in connection"
;wjtii the recently signed Iusso-Jap-anese
treaty was given out by the
state department today.
QUESTION. ILLINOIS . OFFICERS
ON SHORTAGE OF HORSES
Washington, Sepjt 14. The regi
mental supply, officers of the First
and Second Illinois' militia regiments
which left Ft Sam Houston for their
mobilization camp several days ago,
have been ordered by Gen. Funston .
to. return. there pending investigation
of the shortage of 21 horses and
mules of the First regiment and 33 in.
the Second. . - '