Pact is Commercialized - Escobar

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Pact is Commercialized - Escobar - Alderm Sergt. A. W. Korlis. Vernon procession...
Alderm Sergt. A. W. Korlis. Vernon procession of PACT IS 'CQMMERCIAUZED' Senator Poindexter's View of the Proposed Colombian Treaty. Comments on Consul Escobar's Letter Criticising Roosevelt as Author of ' '"Colombia's Misfortune." '"The propolsed treaty with Colombia., appears to have been wholly commer^. clallzed." satd Senator: Poindexter,. of Washington, after reading -a printed extract from' 'a letter which- Francisco Francisco Escobar, consul general'' 'of Colombia, has written to Col. Rooser velt, criticising the former President, for having been "the author of Colombia's greatest misfortune." . "I receive almost daily circulars, written written in a vehement and .prejudiced, style, urging the ratification of the -treaty,^ which proposes that we give Colombia J25,000,000," said . Senator Poindexter. ".'I do not think that kind of campaign ^s. accomplishing the purpose, for which it is apparantly intended. I do not -think, as a matter of fact, that that treaty will ever .be ratified by the Senate of the United States;" Senator Poindexter did -not: comment upon Consul General Escobar's letter, except to remark that it was rather. Interesting that the consul,- general ''of .a foreign foreign country should attack'a forrrier ident. . ^ "It "It is plain,"; said Escobar in his- -letter -letter to Col. Roosevelt, "that abuse.of QO-: lombia has become an -obsession of '-your' mind. And, searching if or an explanation-, of such a psychological disease,;";! r have come to the conclusion,,that yourvha|ired'] of Colombia is- born .within*, -yoiir -con-science -con-science where, .ever. and. anon, 'rises-', Shost of-that Tatef ulHNov'ember-.3, 1903; polnting an accusing finger at-the ·of Colombia's, greatest-misfortune.!' ^".,-, SILVER PLATE. i t m e n t of famous bhefheld Plate su^g-est a fe\v I t e m s . i ; . s 97.11. h ) s.1.00. c e K.tO.OO. n d l e . C d r \ i S I I A E R PI, \TE. H a k l n g Dish SS.SO. Casserole .^t.OO. Ice P l t c h e i . ST.OO. B u t t e r Dish, S3.OO. Water Pitcher $5.00. Bread Tra\, $2.00. Tour-Piece Tea Service, $10.00. Fein Dish $3,.00. We cai rv complete lines of Rogers 'li, 17 ' and "Community Table W a r e

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 31 May 1914, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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