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HUGHES REVIEWS ! * FOREIGN POLICIES j Prepares Survey for Repub- , lican National Committee. 1 Cites Achievements. , — i The policy and accomplishments ot . the Republican administration in the field of foreign relations since March | 4. 1921, Is dealt with In considerable detail by Secretary Hughes In a re- I view made public by the Republican . national committee as a supplement to the Republican campaign hook. I The review, prepared by Mr. Huphes, is'at once a defense of the | foreign policy of the administration against attacks launched against it I by Democrats' —on the ground that | this policy has been weak and un availing—and an attack against the | pro-league of nations attitude of John W. Davis, Democratic standard I bearer, and many of his supporters. | 58 Treaties Made. Mr. Hughes shows that the United I States Government has negotiated , and had ratified 58 treaties with for eign nations, including the treaties of peace with Germany and Austria, and the important treaties relating to the limitation of naval armaments and the problems of the Pacific, the •work of the Washington conference so called. Mr. Hughes declares that it would have been futi e for the administra tion to have vived the league of nations proposal In this country, saying: •The American people were un willing to enter into ambiguous com mitments which, in one breath were sought to be explained away as hav ing little significance and in anothci were strenuously demanded as being of vital importance. "The determinative principles of our foreign policy’ are those of in dependence and co-operation,” Mr. Hughes adds. "Independence—that, does not mean and never has meant isolation. Co-operation—that does not mean and never haiS meant al liance or political entanglements. There is the just middle .course of national safety, of national-.honor, of national interests, of national duty. It is the course of an appropriate co-operation, congenial to our tradi tions and institutions.” WILL BUY REFLECTORS. Maryland Negotiating for Boad Danger Signals. Special Dispatch to The Star. BALTIMORE, September B.—The State roads commission is negotiat ing for the purchase of 2,500 reflector warning signs to place at danger points along the State roads not marked by the regular "lighthouses;” These devices, which have strong colored reflecting glasses, have no lights, as do the “lighthouses” which now mark the Washington boulevard and the National pike, but at night will reflect the light from the head lights of approaching automobiles. Rivals the beauty cf the Scarlet Taneger •. 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