Foreign News: Most Excellent''

Having been appointed Ecuadoran Minister to the U. S., Senor Francisco Ochoa Ortiz arrived at the Capital, went to the White House, presented to President Coolidge his letter of credence. Wrote Senor Ortiz to the President: "Most Excellent Mr. President:

"I have the honor to place in your hands, Most Excellent Sir, the autographed letters of the Most Excellent, the President of the Republic of Ecuador, which bring to an end the diplomatic mission entrusted to my distinguished predecessor, the Most Excellent Senor Doctor Don Rafael H. Elizalde, and which accredit me in the...

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