Foreign News: Morgan Visit

Let a U. S. citizen fall sick in the Balkans or in Turkey. Let him brood upon slimy gutters, promiscuously expectorating citizens, and the greasy scum which swims upon his especially ordered soup. Let him grow sicker. But finally and mercifully transport him to a clean bed and a cheerful room in the American Hospital at Constantinople. He will then realize the special and comforting importance of that institution. He will understand, why, last week, the U. S. Ambassador to Turkey, Joseph Clark Grew, took care to conduct through the Hospital and its adjoining School for Nurses an august guest, his...

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