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SEE CHINA DRAWN CLOSER TO JAPAN Observers Believe Naming of Shide hara as Foreign Minister Will Promote Amity. TAKE UP SOVIET RECOGNITION Japanese Officials to Visit Russia for Conferences. BY E. It. EGGBR. Br Radio to The Star and Chicago Pally Nows. Copyright. lyi'l. TO I- 10. June 18.—Increased co-op eration between the Chinese and Jap anese foreign offices is foreseen as a result of the appointment of Baron Shidehara as foreign minister in the Kato cabinet. Following the appoint ment Wellington Koo, Chinese for eign minister, wired Baron Shidehara: 'Please accept my most cordial congratulations on your appointment. As one of your former colleagues at Washington, 1 feel confident of your success in your n*ew office." Baron Shidehara, in reply to Wel lington Koo, said: "I greatly appreciate your kind message of congratulation and I feel happy in the thought that I may count on your co-operation in the great work of bringing two neighboring nations into belter and closer ac cord." Worked on Shantung Pact. It is recalled that Baron Shidehara and Wellington Koo co-operated in reaching the Shantung agreement, and it is expected that they will quickly settle outstanding*issues that hitherto have clouded the Japanese- Chinese horizch. . Considerable importance is attach ed to the an louncement of Minister Yoshizawa in Peking that he will re turn immediately to Tokio to confer with Baron Shidehara with regard to the Russian negotiations. It is regarded as indicating that the parlev has reached an important stage and that Baron Shidehara is seeking full information before tak ing the step that is liable to lead to early recognition of the soviet gov ernment. Will Pass Through Russia. Viscount Goto, former mayor of Tokio. and a cabinet minister, will leave soon for Copenhagen to attend the international Boy Scout rally. His j prospective journey through Russia : recalls to Viscount Goto that long ago he advocated a Japanese-Russian rapprochement and invited Mr. Joffe to come to Tokio and lie still is ad vancing the Russian cause. The conference of Viscount Goto / = SIMMONS DAY \ At The Wright Co. TT, Built for Sleep —ior tomorrow only! SIMMONS Steel Bed. with 2-inch continuous CC posts, enamel finish. All sizes. Simmons Day #• w price SIMMONS Cane Panel Bed, in various wood Clrt 7C finishes. Walnut, oak or mahogany. Sim- VI mons Day price SIMMONS Poster Bed, in wood finishes. 7C Two styles to match your Colonial type furm- ture. Simmons Day price SIMMONS Art Metal Bed, with square tubing /• 7C —in various wood finishes and ivory. Simmons «k Day price “ SIMMONS Guaranteed Twin-link Spring, M .OJ with band edge. All sizes. Simmons Day price “ SIMMONS 3-piece Bungalow Bed, in 3-ft. size Cf| AC only, white enamel or wood finishes. 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J., June 18.— Recreation woven into the religious and cultural program of the Jewish community centers throughout the country, will solve many of the prob lems which confront American Jewry today, according to Herman Passama neck of Kansas City, Mo., president of the National Association of Jew ish Community Center Secretaries, who last night addressed the annual convention of that association at the Hotel Breakers. “A people who enjoy wholesome play,” said Mr. Passamaneck. “is sure to possess a sense of fairness, a sportsman’s regard for the other fel low’s capabilities, an honest word of praise for a neighbor’s achievement, regardless of race, color or creed. I believe I see in the community cen ter and similar recreational institu tions the eventual solution of some of the troubles that bother us today. and Premier Kato last Sunday is be lieved to have been in connection witli Viscount Goto's visit to Russia, where probably he will confer with the leading soviet authorities. While the foreign office remains calm, denying that any precipitate action is contemplated, it is antici pated that developments indicate a soviet-Japanese rapprochement is nearing. The appointment of Baron Shidehara is generally regarded as an excellent choice, and the new min ister is expected to accomplish much in settling the oriental issues and also the American immigration diffl culties. r - " ' ' iB $10,750 TAKOMA PARK, D. C. ' 7 Rooms, Gnrage. A. M. I. lOS-Ft. Front. 8821 Laurel St. N.W._^ STUDEBAKER Just Drive It; That's All THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. T>. V.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1924. V ( Uloofoumrfr & flothtttp Sale—6,ooo yards Colorful Summer Cottons at Extraordinarily Low Prices Since the new cotton fabrics have assumed such lovely textures—and the flattering: colors of summer flowers—or the smart prints of summer's most fashionable silks—cottons have risen to an important place in the summer mode. 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