National Affairs: Lost but Found

The Senate, after having given several days of consideration to the Isle of Pines Treaty (to give Cuba sovereignty over the Isle of Pines, given up by Spain after the Spanish War) was recently startled (TIME, Feb. 2) by the announcement of Dr. Copeland, junior Senator from New York, that during the 20 years in which the treaty has Deen in the hands of the Senate awaiting ratification, it had disappeared.

Last week, the original treaty was rediscovered. The executive clerk of the Senate, poking through the Senate library, finally uncovered it, on the...

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