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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1920.
JIGHT FOR TREATY
MOST START ANEW
r
MicocU Proposal Will He-
fujnlrc Separate Action on
men iteflervnuont
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1ESS 11QPE OF HARMONY
Additional Ilcptiblicnns Go on
Record ns Opposed to Demo
cratic Overtures.
ttttftl to Tut 8cx d Nsw Taw niiuo,
Wasiiimgtok, Feb, H. Whert th
German pace treaty comm More the
Bemte Monday discussion wilt start ni
completely Mir as when It was Inau-
eurated with the flnt submission of me
treaty.
This !i the result of the proposal sub.
milled by Senator Hitchcock (Neb.),
actlnc Democratic leader, looking to ft
new reservation to Article X. There
was the poaslblllty that a new series
or mervatlons en Wos might be laid
before the Senate and consider! under
a single vote, but the Hitchcock pro
posal roado It appirent that the matter
would iro back to lt first stales.
Every reservation will have to be con
sidered separately; It will be open to
cmendmcnu and substitutes. The en
tire list will require to txi sons throusti
In this way. for the Hitchcock reserva
tions are Impossible of acceptance by
the antl-Admlnlstratlon forces.
Much attention was irfven to-day to
the effect of the Lanslnit-Wllson corre-
Jndence In connection with the re
ment of the Secretary of State. On
h sides the effort was made to pro
e an appearance of advantage by
loion of the retirement of Mr. Lan
cing, but on the whola It produced no
Jesuit. Nobody was willing to admit
that the Senate's final vote would be In
ruenced by the quarrel within the
lYesldentlal household.
To-day's situation demonstrated how
complete Is tho reliance of the Demo
cratic party on the President's leader
ship. Not since the treaty fight opened
had there been a time when Democrats'
wero less willing to state for publica
tion their feelings about a situation. It
Is Impossible to separate the Lansing
Wilson correspondence from the con-
clderatlon of the league and treaty
Ituatlon, but In a general way It can
be said the outlook for ratification of
Iho treaty was Impaired by the publi
cation of the correspondence given out
At the State Department last night.
That the Hitchcock alternative reser
vations proposed yesterday might pro
vide a key to the situation was shown
to be fallacious to-day when eight Re
publican Senators announced they would
not support tliem. These were Messrs.
McCormlck and Sherman (III.). New
and Watson (Ind.), Cummins and Ken
yon (Iowa), Spencer (Mo.) and Hard
ing (Ohio). These added to Die sis who
declared themselves yesterday as op-
Peace Council of Ten
Has Had Hard Knock
i.'4f Dtwich it Ta Sen a N
yon ntuLB.
WASHINGTON, Feb. U. Vie
'v time of the peace confer
ence who composed tha orljrlnai
Council of Ton, made up of
chiefs of statcj end their foreign
ministers, are:
Italy Orlando, forcea Into re
tirement by his Parliament: Son.
nino, Foreign Minister, fell with
Orlando. , ,
France Clcmenceau, defeated
for President; Pinchon, Foreign
Minister, enforced retirement.
United States Wilfon, health
impaired and in bitter contro
versy with Senate; I.aniine, Sec
retary of State, compelled by
President to resign.
'calle4 either by the league or by neu-
irai nation.
A commission composed of member
of the council nominated by President
IUlfour was Instructed to summon the
fttate chiefly concerned to this confer
ence. The place of meeting was not an
nounced, but It Is expected that It will
bo either Oineva, the present headquar
tersof the League of Nations, or Amite r-
IKwed to such reservations Messrs. CaI-
der and Wartsworth (N. v.), Sutherland
(W. Va.). Uall (Del.). Dllllrgharn (Vt.)
and Krellnghuysn-(N. J.) made a total
of fourteen Itepi'bllcana nbiolutely op
poird to the Hitchcock programme.
These, added to the. fourteen Irrecon
cllablen, made a total of twenty-five.
Five more would make thirty-three,
which la the number necessary to defeat
ratification. With more than twenty
Democrats from whom to procure these
five votes It was conceded to-day that
ratification on the basis of the Hitch
cock programme was Impossible.
Senator Lodge (Mass.), the repub
lican leader, asked Senator Colt (It I.)
to-day to nee the mild reservation Re
publicans and learn their attitude toward
the Hitchcock pronorals. Later Senator
Colt reported that none except possibly
Senator McNary (Ore.) would vote for
either.
Senator Hitchcock and McKellar
(Tenn.), on behalf of the Democrats,
also talked with the mild reservatlonlsts
to-day and were told that tbe latter
would not vote for either of the Hitch
cock reservations. This was stated as
broadly and frankly a pomlble.
Senator McCumber (N, D. ), the real
leader or the mild reservation Republi
can!, said to-day-that he would support
either of the Hitchcock formulas of the
Article X. reservation and asked Sen
ator Colt to do the same. The latter
definitely rofused to do so.
LEAGUE WILL CALL
FISCAL CONFERENCE
Meeting Probably in Geneva
or Amsterdam.
Sptcial Calte, Copyright, IKO. by Tat 8c
A!tD New Yosk IIesaLd.
London, Feb. H. The League of Na
tions announced yesterday Its decision
to call an International financial con
ference nt the earliest possible moment
"with a, view to studying the financial
crista and looking for the means of
remedying or mitigating the dangerous
consequences arising from It"
Arthur J. Balfour, president of the
league, announced It had been thought
proper to follow the suggestion of Aus
ten Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, In his letter of February 12
saying that Great Britain would partici
pate In such a conference if It were
BONWIT TELLER &.CQ
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ADVANCE
ANNOUNCEMENT
Final Clearance Sale
FURS OF DISTINCTION
To BE HELD TUESDAY, FEB. 17th
Entire Remaining Stock
Regardless of Cost Prior
to Closing the Fur Depart
ment for, the Winter Season
Complete Details Will Be Published
In Monday Evening Newspapers
BONWIT TELLER 6X0.
FIFTH AVENUE AT 38 STREET
Introduce
The Modes for Spring
in Women's and Misses1
Blouses and Shirts
Blouses $9.75 io $150.00
Shirts $2.90 to $27.50
A distinctly new note 'in blouses is the basque
effect introduced by this shop and developed in
various materials.
Other charming and refreshing new blouse styles
are the overblouse and surplice types in a very
large variety of styles.
Blouses of net, lace, Georgette crepe are ex
pressly designed for the New Tailleurs.
The hand-made blouses of French origin or those
developed in .the private workrooms of this shop
are examples of the finest needlework and design
ing. Man-type shirts are executed in various cotton
.and linen tissues and inspecial heavy silk shirtings
dam, where the. previous conference of
financial leaderr was held prior to the
preparation of the memorial proposing
an international congress.
Dntch May Join Leasne.
Tim lUour, Feb. n (delayed).
Blight opposition developed to Holland's
entrance Into the League of Nations
hen dlscuaslon of the question was
opened tMa afternoon tn the Parliament.
too speaker proposed a tentative reser
vation to um erred uuu it any otner
nation entered the league under more
favorable drcurmvtancea (such aa the
United States) Holland should enjoy
the name privileges. The subject will
sw-egfi JkATB
The Oriental Store, '
'Announce, beginning to-morrow, a I
Sale of Shaving J
Cream at 1 5c a Tubt! I
ON the face of it, this announce- 8
ment should be as delightful as 5
uic snavmg cream itseir is sure to be
when applied to the face of the man
who seeks a shaving cream that sof-
tens the beard instantly, requires no J
"rubbincr
as well in hot or cold water.
VinhWs Shaving Cream ii the latest product of T
the Vantine Laboralcries, ii of the tunc high qua). S
4. . 1 DI """"ei vjiienw rertumes and (B
Toilet Requiiites; and, or introductory purpoicj. 2
ii reduced 10 price for one week only. W
Afoil Urdtrt Nled until iupply alhlttd U utt S
ii txhaatttJ. t
A. A. Vantine & Co., Inc. , ,
Fifth Avenue & 39th Street V
u
come tip afraln next Tuesday Mr further
discussion.
Jary Taltea Up Mob Rlotlnir.
LtxiKOTOW, Ky. Teh. UK epecUl
Grand Jury was empanelleld to-day to
tavUraU the mob rtota Jut Monday
m ovCtr of Brig. 1 en. p. C Marahall
V, B. Army, Military uovemor vi
lrtjton. Circuit Judge Kerr delivered
the charge. The Jury la made up of
farmers and leadltue business men.
Jmoest Spring Styles
fir Stout Women
WOMEN of extra size can now procure at Lane
Bryant's smart apparel ready to wear as easily
as women of smaller size do in other shops.
It has been no easy task, but at last after 20 years
study wc have solved the stout woman's clothes prob
lem. Every day wc fit hundreds of women from 39H
to 56 bust, tall, short, Iong-waistcd and short-waistcd,
in all kinds of garments, practically without alteration.
Sizes 392 to 56 bust
Suitl $59.50 to $225.00
Frocks 49.50 to 225.00
Coats 49.50 to 250.00
Dlouses 3.95 to 59.50
Corsets 3.95 to 18.00
Skirts..., , 14.50 to 59.75
Underwear 1.39 to 19.75
House Robes 5.95 to 79.50
21-23 West 38th Street, Just West of 5th Ave.
$4.95
500 Pairs of
STYLISH BOOTS
Formerly Sold up to $12.00
PATENT leather vamp? with
colored kid or cloth tops; Louis
Xy heels of leather, at $4.95
they represent a saving of from four
to seven dollars. An exceptional op
portunity for women who wear AAA
. AA or. A widths. Some B and C
widthsincludcd.
Queen-Quality Boot Shop
' 32-34 West 34th St.
Regular Business Hours
qA.M. to S'30 P.M.
Resumed on Monday
BONWIT TELLER &.CO
Stfie vpeccalbf Shoff Otvpnatiand
FIFTH AVENUE AT 3 8th STREET
Regular Business Hours
g A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
Resumed on Monday
4.- '
T'
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The Varying "Moods and Manners of the Mode in Women s and Misses'- '1"
, Spring Apparel Afford Widest Latitude for Individual Expression
THE SLENDER SILHOUETTE, THE VELASQUEZ CONTOUR,
THE BASQUE, PANNIER, BOUFvFANT and DRAPED TYPES
Lend to these Bonwit Teller & Co. Fashion Achievements
A Cosmopolitan Tone and the Finesse of Distinction
Translated in terms of youthful simplicity, restrained elegance and distinguished dignity, these ver-, ,;
sions of the mode make instant appeal to the woman of inherent culture and taste.. r
Greek, Egyptian, Spanish, Early Victorian and Second Empire movements have set their influences
upon the mode.
FROCKS C& GOWNS
For Women and Misses
For every type of figure, for
every teste, for every occasion a
specific frock or gown fashion
has been originated by this shop.
Those who desire tailored sim
plicity will find many versions
of the "tailored mode" de
veloped in tricotine, serge and
fine twills, with various treat
ments and touches which dis
tinguish them and mark them as
unusual. .Other simple frocks
take form in satin, crepe de
chine and meteor.
Afternoon gowns are
charming in georgette
crepe, chiff6n, flowered
patterns, bead embroi
dery, tufted lace, net and
tulle.
Dinner frocks and for
mal evening gowns
are unusual expres
sions of the fine
art of
women's
dress.-
TAILORED SUITS
For. Women, 75.00 to 22&.00
For Misses, 55.00 io 145.00
Theoutstandingandtraditional quality
of Bonwit Teller C& Co. tailored suits is
the high character of the custom tailor
ing. A precision of fit, elegance of work
manship and attention to infinite detail
is not excelled by the costliest to order
custom work.
o .
The inconvenience of numberless fit
tings is avoided. Your suit is ready
to wear exactly when you want it.
To an already large collection, new
models' are added daily originations
characteristic of this shop.
Featured are eton and bolero types,
''nipped" waistline and Godet styles, hip
length and longer coat suits, embroidered
effects and mannish types, with hand
felled edges and bindings of satin, cording
or braids. Navy blue tricotine is es
pecially emphasized.
Ci'
MILLINERY
For Women and Misses
The complementary hat for
every type of costume and for
the particular function. For the
various sport activities this shop
introduced many original style
themes that carry the "spirit of
thething." Trotteurhatsinmany
variants of the mode feature
especially the lacquered feather
and ribbon types, in close fitting
turbans, toques, cloche and large
canotier types. Satin and duve
tyn hats, with stitchery and em
broidery, also mark the vogue.
The more formal fashions are
expressed in hats of
satin, transparencies
of lace, tulle and crin,
with decorations
jet, ribbon, paradise.
Others hats are of leg
horn and various
straws as well
as novelty materials
developed in the
private workrooms
of the
Bonwit
Teller 8c
Co. Shop.
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