Foreign News: Pan-American

Statesmen of all the Americas journeyed last week to La Habana, the ancient, the rich and golden, the fair and queenly Cuban city of 500,000 souls. Last week she became again what the Spanish conquerors called her, La Llave del Nuevo Mundo "The Key of the New World." Down narrow streets, through which once swaggered the conquistadors, modern statesmen strolled with ingratiating mien, at that same Palace in La Habana from which lorded "Captains General" in the proud name of Spain, there stopped last week, briefly and peaceably, Calvin Coolidge, El Presidente De Los...

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