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URGES STRONG U. S. CARIBBEAN POLICY Michigan Professor Advo cates Treaties Guarantee ing Stable Country. By the Associated Press. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., August 26. —Prof. Jesse Reeves of the University of Michigan yesterday urged that the United States adopt a definite treaty I arrangement with all Caribbean coun tries except Mexico, whereby she would guarantee to each a republican form of government and maintain control of the country to insure stability of the government. Prof. Reeves, a member of the board of advisors of the Institute of politics, and for many years a student of Latin- American relations, outlined his pro posal for the Latin-American treaties In a statement here. ”U. S. Must Make Up Mind.” "The United States must make up her mind whether to place her relation ship with countries of the Caribbean on a coldly legal basis, or whether she will make arrangements in treaty form cov ering what actually exists in her policy,” said Prof. Reeves, who was the United States representative of the in ternational commission of jurists to codify international law at Rio de Janeiro In 1927.” I except Mexico be cause I believe, due to her size, she never would accede to such an arrange ment. “A policy like this is needed, not be cause of business reasons, but because the constant trouble and friction in that area has become a nuisance and I believe it is the duty of the United States as a stronger power to secure the maintenance of order there for her own benefit and that of the world at large.” Session to End Thursday. Active objection to such a policy could be expected from other nations of the world, which would claim that the arrangements had been made under duress and for the advantage of the United States, Prof. Reeves stated. Discussing further foreign policies of the United States. Prof. Reeves declared the possibility of her joining the League of Nations grows less with the passage of time and is now more remote than it was 10 years ago. The institute of politics will end its one month's session next Thursday. MRS. O’NEILL INTERCEDES FOR CONVICTED DRIVER Playwright’* Divorced Wife Ob tains Release of Newspaper Man Fined for Recklessness. By the Associated Press. TOMS RIVER. N. J„ August 26 ! Mrs. Agnes O'Neill, divorced wife of j Eugene O'Neill, playwright, today ob- j tained the release from custody of J. J. Delaney. Albany, N. Y„ newspaper man, who had been sentenced for driving an automobile while under tne influence of liquor. Fines and costs amounted to j $451. It was her car, Mrs. O'Neil told Jus- 1 tice of the Peace Bennett, that crashed! into three other cars near Point Pleas ant early yesterday. She said he was in a hurry to get ginger ale for a party. Delaney had been arraigned on charges of Teckless driving and driving while intoxicated. He was fined $25 and costs on the first charge and S4OO and costs on the second and his license re voked. A short time afterward Mrs. O’Neill appeared and paid the fines, j Since her recent divorce she has been I living with her parents at Point Pleas- ] ant. REGINALD BARKER WEDS. : Movie Director Marries Former, Wife of Opera Singer. RIVERSIDE. Calif., August 26 04*).— Reginald Barker, motion picture direc tor. and Mrs. Nona Claridge Geiger were married last night at the ranch home here of Mrs. J. F. Kent, a friend of the bride. The ceremony was per- I formed in the open air, and thp couple j was unattended, except for Norman Geiger, who escorted his mother to a ! flower-covered altar. Mrs. Barker is the former wife of I Frank Geiger. New York opera singer. 1 Barker also had been married before, I his first wife having been the late Clara Williams, film actress. Artistic Tattooing Is Rage. PARIS. August 26 (A>).—' Tattooing by real artists Is the rage among stage and society folks. A shooting star has been j engraved on the arm of a poet and a I starfish indelibly fixed on a dancer’s I neck. Landscapes are especially in de- I mand for some fair skins. Above all, the designs must be artistic. ' Urn! X Nature’s Way to Keep You Fit! For breakfast tomorrow—the para juice of luscious Concords, rich in fruit nourishment and mildly lax ative. Good Morning, Appetite... Good Morning, Regularity. .. Good i Morning, HEALTH I tour For • drink with joyous color, taste and fragrance, Welch’s - blended has n’ has with ginger ale makes the finest drink you ever tasted. Try it and you’ll say so, tool Welch’s! Grape Juice - I %antv£ && » | I Genuine Leather II . 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Reg. $39.75. ish. Reg. $1.39. Reg. 59c. and socket. THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON. P. C„ MONDAY, gFGTTST 26, 1929.