Foreign News: Canonibus Dawsiensis

Pleased with the popularity of his naval reductions conferences (see col. 1), U. S. Ambassador Charles Gates Dawes, after four years in the seclusion of the U. S. Vice-Presidency, continued to create publicity for Disarmament and himself. ¶ He talked some more about why he will serve no alcoholics in his London embassy: "I never made it a practice to serve liquor in my home in the States, and see no reason to change now." Other U. S. diplomats abroad wondered what all the excitement was about. Alcoholics are never served in the...

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