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The Document Deals
With Foreign Trade
HIOWSTIIE GREAT WOUK THIS COIWRY HAS l.ONK IX mmn
m PEACE AND HARMONY AMONG THE LATIN Itl'l'l lil.ics ok'thi"
CONTINENT EXPORTS FOR YEAR GREATEST IN H,S,0UY, ltF VCll
I NO THE ENORMOUS TOTAL OF $2,200,000,000.
I Z ,?io from tb,
' ". Tins Is
llmdo. ii,i .11. . .
,. " promotion of
I . u"3 w promotion
kOV Litest ....1
shown In the service.
! ,,, m! ,0 're to ,-v. ,H;alnP?s
u tn.r intirf3 i
Slates a hi,. .
, ,., """ .no resultlm
""lall tills icforn
t'l'lll'U in.. ........ I
i"eviou r. ci.r.int.sr..l.
i K'Msiatlon making
.bpo- tioniv sm h l,n,-s
.'o per coin.
tli I nlt.j.l1
from the foreign
m consular officers possessing o".
perlonco and knowledge gained by ac
tual service In different pnrU of tll(
world and thus familiar with politic,
and commercial conditions In the re
glons concerned. The work was high
ly specialized. The, result Is that.
wnere previously this
from time to time- would emphasize
m us ioreign relations ono
""'" "' ln.iiI1B Congress,
I I ltl Itl.M. .....I I .. 1,11
"'"I H'l filler Kxpe'l.c.,
of Our l-orcLm li, H'csc.,m.
in 011:10 tiup. with legislation
tl'J amelioration of the fri,;n
vlco, 1 wish to nvi;e .ute-tu-a to the
mmsninidy of placing tin. sain
nrfiir'iitlono . ..
ory quarter of tho elnii. i,i., 1
iii.i.i ...... . h In each niM mum i,,. ..,.i. .... . 1 . .
xuiuYuiBu wun equal assiduity. This u "'si,' hub b"en a most potent
principal of polltlco-eoocranhlcul Hi h 1U liun l08t' controlled by, ami beneficent factor.
To the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives: The foreign relations of the United
States actually and potentially affect
tho state of the Union to a degree not
widely realized and hardly surpassed
by any other factor In the welfare of
the whole Nation. The position of
tho United States lu the moral, In
tellectual, and material relations of
tho family of nations should be a
matter of vital Interest to every pa
triotic citizen. The national prosper
ity and power Impose upon us duties
which we can not shirk If we are to
be true to our Ideals. The tremend
ous growth of the export trade of
tho United States has already made
that trade a very real factor in the
Industrial and commercial prosperity
of (lie country. With the develop
ment of our industries the foreign
commerce of the United States must
rapidly become a still more essential
factor In Its economic welfnre. Wheth
er we have a far-seeing and wise di
plomacy and are not recklessly
plunged Into unnecessary wars, and
whether our foreign policies are based
upon lu Intelligent grasp of present
lay world conditions and a clear view
of the potentialities of the future, or
are governed by a temporary and
llmid expediency or by narrow views
befitting nn Infant nation, are ques
tions in the alternative consideration
of which must convince any thought
ful citizen that no department of na
tional polity offers greater opportun
ity fur promoting the interests of the
whole people on the one hnnd, or
greater chance on the other of per
manent Injury, than that which deals
with the foreign relations of the
Tho fundamental foreign policies of
the United States should be raised
high above the conflict of partisan
ship and wholly dissociated from dif
ferences as to domestic policy, In its
foreign, affairs the United States
should present to the world a united
front. The Intellectual, financial, and
Industrial Interests of the country and
the publicist, the wage earner, the
farmer, and citizen of whatever occu
pation, must co-operate In a spirit of
IiIkIi patriotism to promote that na
tional solidarity which Is Indispens
able to national efficiency and to the
attainment of national Ideals.
The relations of the United States
"with all foreign powers remain upon
n sound basis of peace, harmony, and
friendship. A greater Insistence upon
jiiBtice to American citizens or Inter
ests wherever It may have been de
nied and a stronger emphasis of the
Terd of mutuality In commercial and
ither relations have only served to
strengthen our friendships with for
mica countries by placing those friend- her 26, 1909, by an Executive order (q thfi npraao f American trade
Mtlv. In seeking 1,. ,.., ,
"ml,iB ill-feeling h-,,-,,,,,, , t'
trv iinil K. r. . . 11
icceui civil war in
Vnlted States successfully
tl'n other Intereate,! ;,,'.,
an early cessation ;
i'sn?recmnit has li.v:i
ith'i Governninnta .,r i-i.h
whereby the celelr.i;.,
Rapine, which ha .... 1,,,
relations 011 the ,;, (.,.,
earni-s'ly 1 Amerli-n 1,.. . 1... ,
'I.C i"U 11 nnivtlltt V nn... .
"eui (m boundary dlmmi..
as Mum. of the ami po,i.,-'i....i .
"f amicable settlement
Of 1'it TnilA.I a........ i..
. ...,1-u 01,111 n -eiereiiC" t
Th, T rt.. n 4 ..I Jl..
aid to we ik
; of s.i.rii
I 1:11, 1
of State, throuph approval of tha i,,1n
'""""'loi :y the Vim,
'"""'i to c-rry out Its
acMMop,.,! K,i(.y of (.
extetiiling o( fliianelal
w,,u: .-unenean ftatcs win, ,u prl-n-.ar;-
ohjeotg of avoHm,; Just such
rwolutloiis by .Ufaistiun i!.lW.. Kepul,
He to rehabil'tat.. ih-lr f.u.H.,.s, lo
f.ii.i.Mi meir currenc ,m. a
jt'asi- to renioe the c.isi.m ....
I f''om the danger of rov,.;;.f.
ar-aiu-hiir for u,,,ir a-l.u
uau.m. aim in vy.
Pwrti. thU li.,., n.
araniiii, the (itrerni,t. r.t
'.Mil'i.c bavin- ,uli.i.
io prnti'ei Aireneau 1
:''&a'n a.-ts e.f she. : law
tho part of f.,e n.alnMiten
at; r quest, d this i,veri! -.
suaie tint 'i,-,.. I, ;.,.,,., ,,,
!o land r... n.iine ami !',.
'ts in Xi,.i .1.. o-A !.)C
pr-xftu'e tb.- c.inaiiti.v.l c,,
1 f Nii"u:u;i' 1 i as free ,..
i Vw . . t
.e an 1
"ru m ue ,.f imnimer-''Wm w ii.lv to In v,.. y ,
vfu'ion, but one of frU-ud'y lnfluonc" '' and mm !b., enalbvi ,, ..,:,,
au.l iiaelflc counsel throughout the ! ""t i'"' r-'helll.n In a ..!vm; s,Ue ,,f
neri.M during which, the air-,,,,!,. ,jtlnie. When the !iel I'mss sni-plies
'luestion has been the suliiiv of in. Unit to (',,ana,hi ba.t ; ,. . vi, , .1
ai-teivliango of views between ibis Cov-1 "AW peisnns hnvlm- l e, n ,.vj.m f.i.l
iinis. 1 i-iiiineiu aim t ie ' n mi.. . i.- ,,... n :. ..,
Vfl thnt tl... ,. . ..... minimis; ....-iuihii
...... ulD1, u-aiuis woiua lie iniiiieuiately concerned. i ii, ,..,. Ameri, an fm-c a
In China tho policy of encouraging
fliiiiuoial investm'eni to ..n.-ihi,. n,i
cstabllBlinients under tho Department
of Stnte In close touch nnd equally In
spired with tho alms nnd policy of
the Government. Through the newly
created Division of Information the
foreign servlco is kept fully Informed
of what transpires from day to day
In tho International relations of the
country, and contemporary foreign
cuiiiinenc auccung American Intorcsts
Is promptly brought to tho attention
of (lie department.
of the department were greatly
strengthened. There were added for
eign trade advisers to co-operato with
the diplomatic and consular bureaus
and tho politico-geographical divisions
In the Innntimerahlo mntters where
commercial diplomacy or consular
work calls for such special knowledge.
The same officers, together with the
rest of the new organization, are able
at all times to give to American citi
zens accurate Information as to con-
t.oveinments ln " 'lay I'l""! the nm i! of tb,
I.. .1.. ... 4......I. I .. .
oblnlii..,! ........ . .1 . " K'Ml- "". '""- "' CM ppiHM
ornnotw .... . . " " """"''-tie scale of tal-,erai easing of intniaiional tei,Rl,.i, other unfo, 1 anate. ne.xh- i,.m,
policy, now American Interests In ev- , . Mloq'uUo tmU frtr the ex- on the west coast of South America i from their ,, haversack.. 1 wish
i-,0.o Vi Mopcr lepreBcntatloii, based the tripartite mediation. 1., i!lo e..ni:r.iiiil.itn tt, rfi,.... .,,,.1 '
of the fulled States Navy and Marine
Corps who took pnrt In re-establish-lug
order lu Nicaragua upon their
splendid conduct, and to record with
sorrow the death of seven American
marines and blue-jaekeis. Sine,- the
establishment of peace an.,1 order,
elections have luvii IkU amid con
ditions nf quiel and tran,iiili!y Near
ly all the American nun lues have now
! been withdrawn. Tb,. country should
soon be oi tho road to recovery. The
only apparent dancer now threaten
, lug Niearaaua arises Ironi the short -tige
of funds. Alihoni'h Atnerleau
.baulo'ts have already rendered nssis
'tauce, they inav naturally be loath
1 to advance a loan lo sol I lie conn! rv
upon its feel without the support of
some h ii conveiitiuii as that of .linn
' in lull, upon w liich t In Seiiale has
Pot 1 I tieted
fiifiirieniiiii nf v("ilrulih laws.
1 In the general effort lo conl rlluile
to the enjoyment of peace by th
vision posBesses also the feature of ,,tm f ftcct'llnlllK' under
making possible rotation between tho . UMtal,m 01 u, )(,Prt
officers of the departmental. th ,ii.;ment f S,;lU'-
1 11. ..... ' Ti. 11. , .. 1.1. .1
luiimuc, anu tnc consular branches of 1,10 iW'ccx 'hioh I country to Help Itself has had the re-
the foreign service, and thus keeps l"lVn B0"Kllt of placing our foreign suit of giving new life and practical
the whole diplomatic and consular 8m'lro 011 a ,)"sls of permanency. I application to the. open-door o.iicv
".no at various tiim advocated pro- The consistent purpose nf the present
vision by Congress for the acquisition administration has been lo encourage
of Government-owned buildings for tho use of American capital In the
tho residence and offices of our dlplo- development of China by the pnuuo
matlc officers, so as to place them lion of those essential reforms to
moro nearly on an equality with slml- wldcb china is pledged by treaties
lar officers of other nations and to with the United Si s and other pow -
do away with the discrimination which ers. Tho hypothecation In foreign
otherwise must necessarily be made, bankers In conned ion wMi certain
in some cases, in favor of men having Industrial enterprises, such as the
largo private fortunes. Tim act of Hukuang railways, of the nailonal
' ' I..., 1 1 , T . ...
Tho law offices U'"B""S NI 1 approveii on Imuuii- revenues upon which these reforms
iii.v 11, iuii, as 11 rigni siep in tilts (lepenueil, leu the Hepanmeiit of State
direction. The Secretary of Slate has early In the administration to i.,maml
nlrendy niado tho limited recomineiida- for American citizens participation lu
tlons permitted by the act for any one such enterprises, in order that the
year, nnd it Is tnv hone that the bill fulled States mlL-hi b:iv, eiimi rii-lite
Introduced In the House of Hepre- and an eiiual voice in all otiesl Ions 1
Benlallves to carry out. these recom- pertaining to the ilisposition of the
metldations will lx! favorably acted on public revenues concerned. The same
WOman W'hn evr J .
1 11 1 . , . ' v,vi iuu many
handkerchiefs doesn't exist. TK.v ,1
; '.vays welcome asXmas pres ets. cwriv ;f
tnfiy are as fine and
serviceable as the
ones wc are showing.
Phin Cotton, Corner
Embroidery on Cotton,
Linen, Hand Embroid
ered, Armenian Lace,
Initialed Duchess and
Princess ranging in
price from 3c to $3.00
Ladies Handbags all at Reduced Prices
Merchandise Orders for Sale Here
Plain and Novelty Ribbons
Dennisons Gift Dressings
Raphael Tucks Xmas Cards
J Prompt Delivery
" ii ' '
l IN,,' 1 1 SUttl
el I loll
'f c et j clioi t o
ill latciesls 1
care for Ihe
which am near
ni;i(;ill . '"" r.Hiinii. Ihe pan, f ,der, p,,,,,
'of ihe fulled Slates. Ihe ndininlst ra
il ton has enforced Ihe so-called iicii-
hy the Congress during lis presdit policy or promoting international ar. "alily stalules with a new vigor, and
session. cord among the pawes having similar "u,s" 1,I;"","H w,'n' l','"llv "renglli-
In some Latin-American countries treaty rights as ourselves ! the mat-i"' 1,1 tricing the expor.allon of
, , , tors nf reform which could ,,r t ' , rms and luunlllons by Ihe iolnt res-
CAinilBC VII ftVfYlM llllH-llt-UW I.'H It"- - - " '
.t ... . . .. . .1,1 in.. i.i n..i ,.rr,.t ... i . ..i ii...
dltlons in foreign countries with Bo"s "i e less man elsewhere, " .". "'
which thev hav htnPa iiir- certainly very urgent that common consent of all. was likewise
P'-rity and progress. To that nation of adwiiic
ll'lt, w in noteworthy ni in 1 1 U j ni; the
llirlesl leoold of evpula ,,( Atueil
cau ptodin tn lo foiclr.u coiitihloH Tho
fl-oa! ie,,r 'i:: Lhourt t hut I bin i.ii.'
Jill Us soio lioiibles, the Hyiiipalliellc tiil.il do
. . ... mti.iOi.it In II, a ...ni, f tl.n I il,..
Wise to co-operate more effectively ,n B,,cn ""ies as same or me. tie- '. - - -
with the Congress and also with the ,l,hllc8 "' th0 Blre1 hy n f-r. " f
other executive departments. Caribbean, where it is peculiarly dlf- "rrency. Ihe principle f I, erna-
1 (icujt to rent suitable quarters, the tlonnl co-operallon In matters of com-
luvni ajsu'iii in i en mi in r anu uipin
representatives of the United States nion Interests upon which our policy
Hhnnlrl ha timtlv anil ndennnlRlv nro- luul already been based In all of the
Expert knowledge and professional v(jC(j wnn dignified and suitable of- ihove Instances had admittedly been
training must evidently be the es- fcaj residences. Indeed, It Is high Krpat factor In that concert of the
sence of this re-organlzatlon. Without tme that the dignity and power of lwers wldch has been so happily
a trained foreign service thero would 'h8 grent Nation should be fittingly conspicuous during the perilous per-
not be men available for the work in BienaHzed by proper buildings for the hxl of transition through which the
the re-organlzed Department of State. 0CCnnancv of the Nation's reprcsenta- K'''t Chinese nation has been pass-
President Cleveland had taken the tveg everywhere abroad. '"R- j
first step toward Introducing the merit Diplomacy a Handmaid of Commercial Central America Needs Our Help In1
system In the foreign service. That j Intercourse and Peace. j Debt Adjustment.
naa ueen ionowca Dy me nppiu-nuuu Thfl dlplonmcy of the present ad-1 In Central America, lie aim has ,,. merely to the machinations of
of the merit principle, with excellent mnBtratlon has sought to respond been to help such countries as Nica- conscienceless and ambitious men, and
results, to the entire consular branch. g m0(orn lCeM o( commercial Inter- rngua and Honduras to help them-1 ,. ,K, effect but to bring suffering
Almost nothing, however, had been nils nollcv has been charac- selves. They are Immediate benefic- fn.B, hurdf.iis to an already op-
done In this direction with regard to (erlzpd att sunstltutliifr AUara for Inil- larles. The national benefit to tin : pressed people. The. question whelh-,
tho Diplomatic Service. In this age . . . , (hat apnPaig aj)e 0 fni,.,l States Is two-fold. First, It is rr ,tl. ,,se of American ports as "foci",
of commercial diplomacy it was evi- IlealB(c hunianltarinn sentiments, to obvious that, 'he Monroe doclrlne lsi()f reolulloiiai y Intrigue can be best tries. Holh iih a t,
dently of the first Importance to train tm (p(;itog nf gonn( ,,olry nmi 8rai
an adequate personnel in that branch j tQ eKmato coinmerelal
of the service. Therefore, on Novem- nm8 u )g an effrt franlly directed
olullon of last March. It Is still a
regrettable fact that certain Ainerl
jean ports are made th rendezvous of
! professional revolutionists and other.
engaged In Intrigue against the peace
of those lteinihllcs. It must be ad
mitted that occasionally a revolution
In this region Is Justified ns a real
popular movement to throw off the
Bhncklofl of a vicious and tyrranlcal
government. Such wna the N'learug
iian regime. A nation enjoying our
liberal institutions can not escape
sympathy with a true popular move
ment, and one so well justified. In
very many cases, however, revolu
tions In the Republics In question
have no hauls In principle, but are
has In i-ii maintained, Iho
I lc epoi Is huvliiir n vuln-
fl'lemlshlp of the fulled Slate IM n approximately nf :',;:ail,()Ui,ilOO,
I"'''" 'lenionslraled to a high degree as compared will, a fiacllon over
There were In Mexico i, Ibo begin-' $ '.iieu.omi,uiio , previous jear. II li
ning of Ihe revolution some thirty also significant that manufacluied ami
or rorty lbi,an,l American clll.ens punlv inanufadiHed urtlcles contlnnn
engaged In enterprises ilrlbullng to k the chief comniodlllen forming
gmitly to Ihe proHperlly of that lie-1 th volume of our aumnenleil enportii,
imbllc nnd also benefiting the lm 'the demands of our own people, for
porlaut trade between Ihe two conn 'eoiisumpllon iqulilnK that an In
(ilea. Tim Investment. ,,f American Vrensing pinporilnn of our iilmmhint,
capllal lu Mexico has been cullmaleil act liullui al pi minds be kept ut liouin.
at $l.000,nill),0im. The reHponsllilllly In ihe fiscal year lull tin, export
of endeavoring lo safeguard those In- j or sluffa partly or w holly inttuufac
loreHtil and tho dangers Inseparable lined, iiinouuleil nppioxlinalely to
from propinquity In so turbulent a I JaoT .-.no nui) It, , lineal year IU12
situation lnivn been great, but I am 'tin. total was nearly $1 n.".',niiu,uuo, n
happy to have been aide Id adhere to
the policy above outlined a policy
which I hope may soon bn Justified
by the complete succ-os of Ihe Mexl
can peopln In regaining the blessings
of penon and good order
A most Important v. oik, accom
lilllllled III the i.i h f year by Ihe AllU'l
lean diplomatic off I , i ,s In I'niope, i.-,
the Inyestlcallori of l!, lo ' ! ittuia1 j
hi vi, ,n I,, ii,., i I
ships upon a firm foundation of real
ities as well as aspirations.
Hefore briefly reviewing the more
Important events of the last year in
our foreign relations, which it is my
lnty to do as charged with their con
duct and because diplomatic affairs
are not of a nature to make It ap
propriate that the Secretary of State
make a formal annual report, I desire
to louch upon some of the essentials
to the safe management of the foreign
relations of the United States and to
endeavor, also, to. define clearly cer
tain concrete policies which are the
logical modern corollaries of the un
disputed and traditional fundamentals
of the foreign policy of the United
Jle-tirgaiilzatlon of the State Depart
ment. At the beginning of the present ad
ministration the United States, having
folly entered upon Its position as a
orUl power, with the responsibilities
thrust upon, It by the results of the
Spnnlsh-Aemrlcan War, and already
Mged in laying the groundwork of
a vast foreign trade upon which It
should one day become more and more
l"Pendent, found itself without the
laeliinery for giving thorough atten
tion to, and taking effective action
"Hon, a mass of Intricate business
vi,iH to American Interests in every
country ln the world.
The Department of State was an
archaic and Inadequate machine lack
ing most of the attributes of the for
eign office of any great modern pow
er. With an appropriation made upon
n-y recommendation by the Congress
on August 5, 1909, the Department of
State was completely reorganized.
There were created Divisions of Latin
American Affairs and of Far Eastern,
Kear Eastern, and Western European
-Affairs. To these divisions were called ments as
I placed the Diplomatic Service up to if)n (he ax(mlatP principle that the
the grade of secretary of embassy, Covei.nni(nt of the fulled States shall
inclusive, upon exactly tho same strict pxtt,n(1 a,i iropPr support to every le-
nonpartisnn basis of the meirit Bys- E(nia((S American enterprise abroad,
tern, rigid examination for appoint- Uow Kreat liave wPn the results of
ment and promotion only tor em- . , (i,,iomar,. coupled with the max-
clency, os had been maintained with- )m))m aml ninmm provision of the
out exception In the Consular Service. ((,rff w) ,M g,,,,n lV som(, p:,n.
Statistics as lo Writ and Nonpartisan sl,ra(()n of n,,, wonderful Increase
Cluiraclor of AjqmlutriienK j,, th,, fxp-.-t trade of the United
How faithful to tho merit system states. ;lccaur.e modem diplomacy Is
and how nonpartisan has been the commercial, there has
conduct of the Diplomatic mid Con- tlon in some quarters to attribute to
sular Services In tho last four years -t none but materia, IMic aims. I
mnv be fudged from the following: strikingly erroneous n ....
Three ambassadors now serving held predion may be
their present rank at the beginning the. rutins i. ....
mv administration. Of the ten am- of the United Stat-s J,,"1
iantM vut:; rr"mo,,"n "'
minisifi. "" i ,, . r.m.Prnnient
l ift lie- ' e." 1 it'iu,-, uoo
held their present rank at
-i-m- of n,v administration. Of the gotiat. tint, to iu ...
6ii",,,'l " .
ret was iinubb
no- in cons inimate. lo anmnu.oii
thirty mmisiers , ., iark of
pointed, eleven were promoteu i-, y
, - tra of the foregn ser- asnnation of nations ro,u
the lower grades ol tut b rMirition and rnson fot
. ... .i. i,oftipnt of State, si rt. lion cf ar dtratinn an
vice or irom m ivm-- , et.leir,enf of 1"" rna!i"a
Of the nineteen missions m - ,
America, where our relations are clooe dispute
.. . u ?,-e,it. fifteen chie.i American
ana our I,.,..,.........,,, r..v
v ce men. tniee on. - n:nc ,
of mission are set
nted or ended. I r"-.-ful
t-'partlti nv dia-
g entered the service nun,. . R,.P .Mie. Itmll.
, , . .i Tbc thlrtv-seven sec-d on of the Argfiin" ' ,
administration. The t..irtj s I ,,r,tWM. fem
embassy or i-g-i - : the
Initial appoint- anl i-.c,.oo, ,
ri SOU'"' oeiv.- ii .
. .Aoiv(t their
meats after passin suceessfu the
required exan.ln,tlon were chosen to
ascertained fitness, without reg ardto
poUticl affiliation, A dearth o t
didates from Southern an 4 t-;n
States has alone made It impo i Me
thus far oomplexely to to. al Uhe
States' representations in the , o ;jn
service. In the effort to ;
representation of the various SUte In
. ... imM r.n ne uc -
which hav, occurred '.pcy
n,.i, ndarv dlSP'l
and Costa Rica to peaceiu. a.
tlon; the staying of warlike p,.,-a--thns
when Haiti and the Don.lrlcan
Republic were on the ve,g of h'-"l-ities;
the fitopping of a war in M
ra,a; the halting of ir.e,De.ln
jfrlf. in Honduras. The Oov.rnino
of the United States was thanked I
ti mfluence toward the res'oraUon
f,f .mlrabl-relations W"M h A--ii-.
He.,,., and BoH- T .
mori. vital In t no neignnornooii oi hid
Panama Canal and the zone of Hie
Caribbean than anywhere else. There,
too. th" maintenance of thai doctrine
falls most heavily upon the failed
dealt wlih by a further anion, linen! to "or in tin,
lb ' rieiitiallty statutes or win Iher It , through u
would be safer lo deal wllh special ( ne nt of a,'
cases by speepq laws Is one worthy
of the eatoful oonsld, railon of
Slates. It Is therefore essential that rntu'ro
the countries wl'hln that sphere shall
be removal from Hie jeopardy In
volved hv heavy foreign, (lebt and
chaotic national finances and from
the evcr-piost 'it danger of Interna
tional complications due to disoi I, r
at home. H"!ico the Unll'-d Stales
has been glad to encourage and sup
port American hankers who were bill
ing to I, r.d a helping hand to tl -financial
rehabilitation of su'li conn
tries beans" this financial -ohabii:
tal.'on and IV protection of th'-lr ens
toniliousc? fr.Mii being Ihe pn-v of
would -lie db laiors would r'-no' a'
one Rtrohe 'he nienace of foreign
creditots and t!i menace of rendu
flonary diaot'l' r.
The s cond advantage to 'he PilHd
U at'eclini: cineny in.
. ami i.ulf pons and tie
liiKtry of tie- So'iMi
- of Central America an '
i,sscs great na' ra
:,-fd only a tneaKUi.
nd the means of fit .m
ti ,-i to enter upon at
and oospeii",'. loini'lni'
.)(,. -Ill to tb' IliSelVes
,. too,, civrii. con
!..;,! lo a floura-'ilni;
Msll nf Secretary hnnx lo ( cntral
iiiciIiii anil the Caribbean.
V'b lilt II I ill I CHOIt I ,
of 1111,1 e S'lffl' b I
Ml ni'i ic'ill ai :il
t lo elO'lbilsh I !
II H c on
iiIih to afford I1
" Of III1! I,, H,l 1
,1'oirb it. -..lop
11 I 10
gain of III ,noii,nou.
Ailiiiiiliige nf Dux I iii ii iii nmi Minimum
'I la 1 1 1 1 1 1' i tancn which oar intinii
faciutett bavn iiMioilned In Ibn rmii
meic.i of the world In compelllloii
nl'b the ii 1 1, 1 1 1 1 f ,i it ii i i-H of oilier conn-
Itli'H nyalll dl'IIWrt tlllellllon to tilt
dii'V of Ibis (Joren til ti) :ii lm
t' ' end, m ol s lii re-cine liupjrtl.tl
i ' ".' ' " . ni for ne i lea pr, , duds In
.ill n , r ,., a, lb up by coiiimiuchil rl -
el it Inn
for lb- tame-!
Impo, tatn I,
f nit' d
C, id d
I ' I'ii.i ,
s.d with Ho particular lm eviduici of p,o
,. of the relatioiai between lb" : eslabl. died fain--
Slides and the It. publics of I" Hi- f d 'ba' la
Au,erlc:i and the C iribnean '."Mine i .b vobu
uhb b of lieces.ltv must ,c a , i c : I i I M a I t, '
Mil ,,,0-e lli'ilna'.. by r,..,i, 'le m: o-
II n I 'III ,
'.' 11 III' II It
I I I !-'
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eei'lng i, ill
oial 'bat ,
' -I mi' ional l'it"tc,eiir,i U
I I y the p union of
H f H .i ol ei 'mi' an I . i ' -fon
In, 1 1 ii.e It. Is mil .
'lo HI lo
'i ...en,, la
, It"' . 1 1 1 1 r . 1 .
e,' be f ,1i
i'i I, H should
lb Ii s'cady
cic,. If li
I ' :
'. 1 t' l Ml S-'
Sta -a "
bit' il'. e
era of " '
and '" th"
dl'iois sate "
iritercbT'-e ' 'r'"1" wiltl ,,liH '"'"!'
I o --a!!
tlon 'h- r-
Vlca-airua. for 1
rd'i'l''!! "f t-'1
less l',SS Of
Mi a r
,o,!,d bv t!,e
r Cana' I dip
if SMi'e la. I f.
cvl'l'l.'.. 1,1 the
lid gimd will ' 1
."..(.t- "f :
. , -a a i d 'I" "i
" i I :
, tod t'.
is 1 1 e,i !:
".!, I - 1 1
Mill' I'I- !
ilea ib- ',
I in s
Ill ! i'i
-I: p. 1"
i I I'
(lar Mexican l''illt.
fe,,Beies,( f :'
our especial a'te:i
lll OI (' II ren' es it.
Mdievo the terrible
I..' there duritg lev
c past summer - the ni'-
the devastn'ion ol
For ' .
j, s th" killing ind wound
,-p and chiblr'-n. tb" t..r
iciMombiitarits to ''''''
md Hie miff", inn 'r
e I an
of I .
ndi; of human beingi
have Wn averted had the Ii-artm"n-
bavo ailn.-il oil '"ir
out thin Irving
Mi.- fi.r-l S'a'es b'
eoglllllOII of oons'it'iK"!
i I'hoi :
li. y las'
lie t l
I .f el II
.f ii .11. . I
I I. on :