SOUTH AMERICA: Great Republics

To the Blue Room of the White House in Washington went last week delegates from Ecuador and Peru to try to settle their famed century-old boundary dispute. In an address of welcome President Roosevelt said: "These two great Republics . . . have never faltered in their determination to settle this boundary question by pacific means. . . . I am confident that your deliberations here will furnish further encouragement . . . for the principle of the pacific settlement of disputes among nations." Thereupon the two delegations, presided over by Ecuador's...

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