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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1920.
7 URGE FRIENDSHIP OF AMERICA AND JAPAN Visiting Oengresimen at Big Banquet Given in Tokio. Pn thr AatneUttri rrma. ToKtOi Npt. S. T!i entire Cabinet n1 600 .' .: ii and American men r. I women attended the luncheon given In honor of the vlsltlnc American Con vrciimen In tho imperial Hotel to-day. Taknstll Hara, the Premier, toasted president Wilson. Kdward Bell, Ameri can Charge d'Affalres, and the Japanese Emperor. ' Addremei were delivered by Senator W 'III am J. Harris of Georgia and Rep resentative John H. Small of North Qirollna, both dwelling on the Innumer able courtesies the American Congress Ben had received In Japan. "There Is not an enemy of Japan but would like to ?ee differences arise between Japan and America," Mr. Harris declared, "but uncos must and will be avoided thruiiRh frank Intercourse." In Die course of hla address Mr. Small said differences exist between Japan ted the United States and more 'may oome In the future. He did not believe, however, that Questions of Immigration or the treatment of Japanese in the United States would permanently mar tho friendship between the two coun tries. Tho American people, he declared, love peace and the friendly spirit for Japan would not lightly be displaced. President Oku of the House of Represen tatives declared that If both sides did their utmost with duo regard for the principles) of Justice and fair play he f had not the slightest doubt all troubles Actually existing and all those which might possibly arts between the two t atlons could be solved to the entire satisfaction of both. Throughout the week's star of the American Congressional party there will be a continuous round of social functions. Edward Bell, the American Charge d'Affalres, will give a reception in the embassy to-night e jj mmmmBmK " ' ' ', " ...... frank (in Simon & Co. , Fifth Avenue eKew Business Hours beginning Tuesday Sept. 7th Daily IncludingSaturday 9 A.M.to 5:3oP.m! Completing the Tailored Toilette Fashion can die tate the suit correct ly, but only personal good taste can se lect the correct accessories. HATS Spanish Veils add Picturesqueness to the Tailleur Hat f 8. to 60.o BLOUSES Black and White or Beige, with High Neck 9.s69. FURS One or Two-Skin Animal Neck pieces 39e50 to 475. GLOVES Suede Mousquetaire, in Cafe au lait or black 6.toi2 SHOES Black or Brown Strap Pumps or Walking Oxfords 9.5tol4 STOCKINGS Black or Brown Sheer Silk or with Openwork orEmb'dClox 2.7stol5.w franft Un Simon & Co. Fifth lAwcnut, 37th fcf 38th Streets FRANK N MON L C C A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STREETS ADDING THE PRESTIGE OF PARIS TO THE TAILORED SUIT BLACK TAILORED SUITS for WOMEN Ever the Criterion of Fashion, the black tailored suit origin ates new designs that display its distinction, adds chic to ele gance, and completes its vogue with the prestige of Paris . . 59.5? to 265.00 WOMEN'S SUIT SHOP First Floor MISSES' SUIT SHOP Second Floor BROWN TAILORED SUITS for MISSES By new shades that not only symbolize youth but contribute it and not only accompany youth but confer it, the brown tailored suit for Misses transcends an in novation and establishes a mode. 59.50 to 23 5.00 The Fashion Attractions of the Hour And the Value Attraction Whose Season is Forever! r . ' . JranbUn Simon & Co. CLOSED ALL DAY TOMORROW, LABOR DAY fr(gw 'Business Hours 'Beginning Tuesday September ph Datfy Including Saturday, Qof.Jrf to 5. 30 P. tM.