Oar Minuter to llolWIa, KANBAB CITY, Mo., Nov. 18.— C. H. J Taylor, whose appointment as minister minister to Uolivia waB not confirmed by the senate and who was reappointed by the president, has returned from Washington. la an interview this moruiiig he said he was drawing his salary us minister lo Bolivia aud that bis reappointment would be continue upon i he meetiug of the senate Ht imxt rei/ulur session. He was home o tustrue i HIS from the president to settle his liu-iness uffairs and would luuv early in December on his foreign mission. mission. The United States, continued Mr. Taylor, wss the only foreign government government that maintained diplomatic relations with Uolivia. The fact that this was done to encourage trade with that country had overruled any objec- t'on to his appoint on account of race. Mr, Taylor is the first negro minister plenipotentiary appointed by any government. government.