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TO CANCEL L( Otto H. Kakn, Re Wkat Is Required ment and Fail NEW YORK, August 26.?Otto H. Kahn, in a statement just published, of his impressions on Europe, from which he has, recently returned, makes thia comment on the loans of the United States to Kurope: As to our loans to Kurope. we are nor now being asked to cancel them. Whatvis now expected of us, and what Kurope has every right to expect, is a definite and fair arrangement by which these debts will cease to he an immediate troublesome factor and problem in the budgets of Kurope. I*ublic opinion in America is, I tako it, not disposed, with such light and guidance as it has at this time, to consider a relinquishment of our monetary claims. It may or may not, in due course of time, be willing to sanction such a course or some other measure of settlement or relief in respect of all or part of those claims. States Ills Personal View. Personally I do hope for an adjustment in some wa< mutually acceptable and characterized by a large-minded attitude 011 our part. But unless anil until American public opinion, with voluntary generosity or from other considerations seeming to it good, so determines. there is no sound reason why we should lie diffident or apologetic concerning what is justly due us. Indeed, the balance which rightfully stands to our credit in liurope is not only financial, but also sentimental. We have rendered no mean service to the allied nations in coming to their support at a critical juncture and in helping to win the war. We did so solely from motives of honor and idealism. The bulk of our people never believed prior to our declaration of war that whatever the outcome of the conflict we were or could be menaced, and they do not believe so now in retrospect. Neither any fear of the Jntantions toward us of a Germany emerging from the war unwhipped nor any hope of gain actuated our decision to throw the American sword into the scale on the side of the allies. Immense War Burden Borne. We are carrying the immense burden of our war expenditures without any compensating material return. We are asking no part of the German indemnity, and we have no share in the territorial, commercial and other tangible advantages which the peace treaty brought to our comro Ha a in armc T in port 'J i n ro _ spects the status resulting: from the post-bellum world settlement may be said to be Tather unsubservient to our interests than otherwise. These are perfectly valid considerations and their assertion is entirely compatible with the warmest admiration for the heroism of the allied nations. with the sincerest friendship for them and with altruistic motives which actuated us in entering the war. What Is Inspected of I . <5. What we are unquestionably called upon to do is to i-iKe Aiuy uitu account the circumstances under and the purposes for which these loans were contracted, the existing abnormal state of exchanges and the diffi c the economic problems wbich confront the allies, and then to -tempi LEM< \\7HO doesn't delight in tl J_T ing flavor of Californi And who will not mthnw unique deliciousness of Crash ?die companion Ward's Orange-Crash? Lemon-Crash is more delii any lemon drink you ever Cause the Ward process hs possible to use the actus pressed from freshly pic fornia lemons, in combins purest sugar and citric acu ural acid of the lemon. ' in bottles or at fo\ 1 Prepared by Orange-Crush Ct Laboratory: Los Ange Battled in Washington, D. Columbia Bottling til Sd St. N.E. Fhon Sudfmfim bo*,-The Stona) diasaCiai. s NOT ASKED I )ANS TO EUROPE 1 > jcently Abroad, Says Is Definite Adjust- st r Arrangement. adjust our attitude accordingly. 1n; deed, r think we should take the in- A jitiativc iti straightening this matter ; out to mutual satisfaction without i I awaiting further approaches on this "t j subject from our allied friends, and I thus prevent it from being a continu- i jtainty and vexation. ' 4 FEAR FAMILY DEAD. ROANOKE, Va., August 26.?Isaac m W. West of Nakesville, Va.. his wife and small child, who left their home in an automobile more than a week ago for Stuart. Va., to visit a brother, have not reached Stuart, and fears f are expressed by the brother that the , family was either drowned in high waters or waylaid. In a letter to friends received here A. K. West declared his brother, after visiting relatives in the valley of Virginia about ton days ago. decided to make the automobile trip to Stuart. The last word received from him was on August IS, when he telegraphed him from Roanoke that he would "be delayed in reaching Stuart " because of high water." Stuart is i about forty miles from Roanoke. j * " Ka LIGHTERMEN GET RAISE. ha? CHICAOO. August 2G.?The United the States railway labor board has granted lighter captains employed in the New York harbor service of nine rail- W( roads a wage increase of $2."> monthly, not The increase applies to captains of . non-self-propelled lighters and barges who are members of Lighter Captains' ful Union, Local, 996, of Brooklyn. N. Y. am j aiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiimii iiiii | Dine Here and State = tup drot ni = iriEi out riM = Season's Delicacies, Cc = Sanitary Sum E Prices Most Reason | Ham and Eggs | The White Pala< | 314 Ninth Stre E Self Service?Steam Table?J TiiiiinnfUHnnniiiiiiiiininiuiiiHiiiiiHiiimi ling lemo *Wxxrd's. w-ro * le refresh- a a lemons? y s over the 3 ^jbemon- | doos dun | jmmgm ts made it jj ition with >., Chicago 8 k J ittleCtopies ^Bedtimet BY THORNTON W. BURGESS. riped Chipmunk Tells About Shadow. There's nothing In the world so sad As being known as wholly bad. ?Striped Chipmunk. fter a long:. Ions time Striped Chipnk stopped shaking with fear. . V.*-. ctnnnn<1 chnL-ini? 1 h #> littlo e is gone:" he ckied. he DIDN'T COME QUITE FAR ENOUGH TO FIND US." bbit stopped shaking'. There they I crouched between two stones of i old stone wall and waited and ited for the coming of Shadow the !asel. but Shadow hadn't come, and v Striped Chipmunk felt sure that nrnnHn't rome. Ve.rv. verv care ]y Striped Chipmunk lifted his head i peeked out of their hiding place. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIU Time and Money % | I ACE TO EAT | ?ld Meat*, Salad* = Minding* = table in Town = . . . 30c ? ce Cafeteria I ?t NAV. | Daily Change of Menu = IHHnH?IIHIIHUHHUlUnHUH?||HI7 n tang, usH J No one was to be seen. Instantly el Striped Chipmunk scrambled out. fi "He is gone!" he cried. "He-didn't f< come quite far enough to find us. and I now he has gone somewhere else. Come on out." ei Deter Rabbit's lost little son climbed w out on the big stone beside Striped w Chipmunk. '"Tell me," he said, "some- t* thing about Shadow the Weasel. He d< didn't look at all big to me. In fact, t< he didn't look much bigger than you. H He was longer, that was all. Two of H us together ought to be too much for lc him." "Dear me! Dear me!" exclaimed ft Striped Chipmunk. "How innocent rc you are. You have a lot. a tremen- h< dous lot, to learn. Shadow the Weasel i is the most awful fellow in the Great tl World. I would rather meet Reddy h. Fox and Granny Fox and Old Man ol Co> ote than Shadow the Weasel any time. They kill only for food; he li finds sport in killing. It wouldn't make any difference if he had it"--' n< had the finest meal in the world he CI would kill you or me just tin; saint is if he got the chance, and do it just for fun. He is all bad. The worst it of it is, there Is no place in which i it Your I Youm even t life m< 300% i merit's Theyh the fa vance almost their i increas Since 1 thecoti I year 1 soared averagi creased In add proven in met) in the ] year u today j over th years a A IAV A \J Lawrence White Norbeck, Md. Thos. H. Garrison Garage Hyattsville, Md. Laurel Garage Laurel, Md. Leeth Bros. 1227 N. V. Ave. N.W. Lehman's Tire Shop 811 H St. N.W. Seaton Garage 45-49 Seaton St. N.E. Rhode Island & Florida Ave: W. F. Smithdeal 629 Pa. Ave. S.E. E. D. Hartman Tire Co. 720 12th St. N.W. Ither of us can hide that he cannot nd us. He is so slim that he can >llow anywhere that I can go, and can go in places where you cannot "It would be bad enough if he hunt1 with his eyes alone, and there ould be some chance then. All that ould be necessary would be to keep ut of his sight. But he has a wonerful nose, and nobody knows how > use a nose better than he does h doesn't depend on his eyes at all le Just uses that nose of his to fol>w the scent of those he is hunting. "One day he found my tracks and >Uowed me right straight down intc ly house under ground. I thought e would get me that time. Yes, sir certainly thought he would get me lat time, but 1 fooled him. 1 guess e is still wondering what became f me." "However did you do it?" cried the ttle Rabbit. "Promise me that you will never >ver, never tell," commander) Striped lipmunk, and the little Rabbit pronied. "I had a little side room. T got into ill timf. to shut fhp Hnnr ht full of sand. He went right past Dollar Bit xl rru. jl^v/vy xuli otorists who have1 he common nece* sunt in price froi since 1914 ? give thought to Goody ave not been exem ctors underlyihg in other commo every item enteri ii uimi ittuuic jLUtd ed in cost. :he beginning of ton used in buiidin [ires, for examp in price 494%, wl e hourly wage rati I152% in the same ition, such signifk rents have been bods of manufact product itself, tha sers report they greatly increased r ose ordinarily enj< goThe Gooi allowing Dealers & McDowell FIa? New Jersey Service Auto I 1231 Good Hop! Modern Auto! 917 H St. N H. W. Highai 105 B St. S J. J. Kenni 301 South Capi Richter & W s. 3436 14th St. ! L. G. Herrii 1524 L St. N Vermont Ave. Sen Vermont Ave. I : \ Two Women, Kin, ? In One Hospital, Die in Same Way ; TAMPA, AO sniff t 26-?Follow- j Ins aim liar operationa by a local phynlrian la the city hoa- J pftal. Antonia Barcelona, fortyelgrht, and tiuiaepplna SalomJ, t forty-fflx, died within an hoar < of ea**h other. ^ ^ The women were mother?-ln- J law In the name family and lived two doora apart. They c will he burled In the same I cemetery by the aame under- t laker, nt the name hour thin a , * morning:. 1 f ! ? ? , and to this day he doesn't know why ( j he failed to catch me. Just remem f ; her that little trick; perhaps some ^ i day it will be of use to you." 1 I (Copyright. 1930, by T. W. Runrrss.) r ys More G< an Before r watched Never h; ssities of mach it ] n 100 to power t< : a mo* modifies, ear tires. age as it . r Tires* ipt from the ad- For b7 dities- manvbc and desp ULAg AAAAAJ . greatly ***** in the p purchase the war today is LgGood- than it \s de, has Any likel bile the prices "c 5 has in- present c P^iod. remote, i o?vf t*V? - that these rfulk 1111' effected artificiall lire and Because < t Good- a steadily receive service, o mileages and reli 3yed six people ri than on z 3 year Tire & Rubber C Offices Throughout the World ill Goodyear Tires, 1 h Kalorai & S Sts. 1640 Kalora supply Mid-Washington I e Road Supply Keen< "FF/ 1707-13 Ka I.E. I Mid-City Au * &S?pi 706-8-10 eUy John B. Ei lto1 st- 1008-10 Pi filler Sixth Stre M.W. 216 6th nan Moore's Aut W. 20th & K rice Station United Til cLSt 2601-03 Pi * ' * SCORES BRITISH PHONES. 5ir Joseph Duveen Declares Ameri- \ 1 can Service Is Superior. LONDON. August 26.?Announcement by Pike Pease, the assistant ostmaster general, that the American F .elephone system now is inferior to v :hat in this country is disputed by | Sir Joseph Duveen, who divides his :ime equally between this country Kb Lnd the United States. In an inter- . 'lew with the Pall Mall Gazette Sir Foseph said: "The telephone service here can ^? >nly be described as rotten. If the postmaster general does not realize mmmm he difference between the American I i.nd British services he should send I f ? few men to New York for a month, ind tell them to note the diff? rences. ind then learn how it is done. yf "Personally, in America, I practically spend all my day on the tele'hone. Here I hardly ever use it. I lave neither the time nor patience. Poa rhe service, like Mr. Pease's state- free nent. is a joke." ! 1 1 / xxxyear mi rheWar as your dollar, howe may have shrunk in > purchase other co , bought so much mi buys now in Goody* virtue of economic turing and sales practi ite the small advance t the heightened qual roduct since 1914, t price of Goodyear Ti actually one-third I ras ten years ago. -JLJLJLWV* V/A. V/WV4 J VU1 JL . coming down" und conditions is extreme for the simple reas i prices have never be y "put up." Goodyear Tires deli\ r increasing measure f a peculiarly satisfy* able character, mo de on Goodyear Tir my other kind. Company * rubes and Tire Savei na Garage Park ima Ave. N.W. 1065-67 V Service Station, Inc. h St. N.w. Uptown A 18th & ( > Garage Jorama Road O'Don 303; ito Tire Repair }\y House Bailey's M St. N.w. 14th i tpey Co., Inc. Chas, ?. Ave. N.W. 5510 C et Tire Shop Eon st N.W. 16; o Supply Shop Stai : Sts. NAV. 101! e Stores Co. Eurel i. Ave. N.W. 102. \ , . ? ? * s, v. Franklin Square 4 Hotel orrarrly tfcp Sen Corhran Hotel fourteenth St at K N.W. iropran Plan. Service a la carte* ^ Lemodrlrd and Decorated at a Coat of 9150,000. omfcrt Your Skinl Vii h Cuticura Soap id Fragrant Talcum > a; V f / I leage | rer HI | m- HI : iar HI 1 res HI <' ess HI ire HI ler | | f Ay 1 ?n HI M en HI 1 rer t of ng re es v H way Motor Co. Wisconsin Ave. NAT. Smith Bros. V into Supply Co., Inc. I California Sts. N.W. fl oghue Bros., Inc. fl 7 14th St. N.W. B i Anto Supply Co. i Columbia Road H . E. Turner Co. I olorado Ave N.W. H erson & Orme !0 M St. N.W. H i iley K. Horner H i 14th St. N.W. H ka Anto Supply l 14th St. N.W.