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THE DAILY MlSSOCRIAy, SUXPAY yOHMSO. MAY 20, 1917.
FOUB TELEGRAMS ARRIVE LATE
Extra Kisses Greetings of Lansing:,
Daniels, Motono and Despedes.
Pour of the telegrams and cable'
grams expressing good wishes to those
who attended the "Made-In-Japan"
Banquet at Rothwell Gymnasium last
night arrived too late to be put into
the Banquet Extra. These are from
Robert Lansing, Secretary of State;
Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the
Navy; Motono, Japanese Minister for
foreign Affairs, and Carlos Manuel
Despedes, Minister of Cuba. They fol
low: Washington, D. C, May 17.
"Permit me to extend my felicita
tions to those assembled at the ban
quet tomorrow evening. This mani
festation of interest in our relations
with Japan is another evidence of the
pood will which prevails in this coun
try for the Japanese people. Their
ability and industry have won the ad
miration of the American people who
rejoice in the mutual respect and
friendship which exists between the
two nations. ROBERT LANSING.
Secretary of State.
Washington, D. C, May 17, 1917
Japan Is now our comrade in arms
and it is wise and proper to promote
the mutual understanding that is the
one firm base for friendship. Our
hands are clasped in solemn agree
ment to rid civilization of a menace
and in the discharge of this common
duty Japan and America may well ex
pect to lay foundations upon which to
build a future bright with amity and
co-operation. Convey my sincere re
gards also to the newspapermen gath
ered at your banquet. Never at any
time in our history was the printed
word possessed of greater power, and
it is as splendid as it is reassuring to
witness the manner in which the press
of the United States is discharging the
high duties of patriotism and nation
al service. JOSEPHUS DANIELS.
the-Elementary School, directed the
play. The music was rendered un
der the direction of Miss Mary Ho
ean. teacher in the Elementary School.
Music for the song, "Deep Down in
the Forest of Mtoke-Believe Land."
was written by Prof. W. H. Pommer
especially for the program.
Miss Dorothy Self, teacher in the
Elementary School, drilled the child
ren for the special folk dancing. The
art work was done toy Miss Muriel
Mattocks, a student in the School of
Education, and the big shoe used in
the production was designed and made
by R. K. Watkins, teacher in the Ele
Mrs. Meriam will probably have the
play published in book form, with illustrations.
OF NATIONS' AMITY
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of women in the short space of three
At the conclusion of Mr. Killick's
talk each guest received a basket fill
ed with Japanese-made products of
every variety. Hand-painted trays,
baskets, fans, postcards, silk handkerchiefs-
joss sticks, paperweight
idols and other Japanese curios were
'ound in the baskets.
The banquet was served by journa
lism students, dressed in Japanese ki
monos, and all decorating was done
by students under the direction of
Prof. J. S. Ankeney, Prof. H. F. Ma
jor, and H. W. Smith. The decora
tions gave the gymnasium the appear
ance of a vast Japanese garden.
Even the distribution of the Ban
quet Extra was conducted in Japan
ese style, each of the newsboys wear
ing a Japanese newsboy's costume
and crying "Gogai."
For U. S. War Hill, VM'MSl.HK!.
By United Press
WASHINGTON. May 19. The
greatest war budget in the history of
the United States, carrying $3,342,
364,132.22, was passed by the Senate
Tokio, May 17.
I send heartiest good wishes to five
hundred representatives of American
press who participate in "Made-in-Japan"
Banquet and confidently hope
that the occasion will constitute
another landmark in relations of two
peoples drawing ever closer in
friendship and fellowship.
Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Washington, D. C, May 17.
Greatly regretting to (be unable to
leave Washington at this time, I desire
to express my appreciation of the hon
or of your invitation to attend the
""Made-in-Japan" Banquet, for which I
thank you. The high rank attained by
Japan in the noble pursuit of peace
has increased the magic interest she
awakens in all parts of the new world.
CARLOS MANUEL DESPEDES,
Minister of Cuba.
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