Foreign News: Room for Gold

Among prominent London businessmen a notion keeps cropping up that there ought to be a way to buy for Britain immunity from German attack, and that the U. S. might be persuaded to help pay the cost of anything so obviously desirable. This school of British thought was heavily represented last week in the United Kingdom delegation sent to the ninth Congress of the International Chamber of Commerce in Berlin, a genial gathering of some 1,500 delegates from 41 nations. The British soap trust was represented by Chairman F. d'Arcy Cooper of Lever Brothers...

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