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Excerpt from Bulletin of the International Bureau of the American Republics, Vol. 27: Nos. 1-3; July-September, 1908
Favorable comment has characterized the press of the world in dis cussing the gift of Mr. Andrew carnegie of for a building at Cartago, Costa Rica, which will be occupied by the central-american Court of Justice. While there has already been abundant evidence of Mr. Carnegie's interest in the development of closer relations between the United States and her sister Republics and in advancing the welfare of Latin America, it is particularly pleasing that he should have supple mented his gift for a new structure for the International Bureau of the American Republics with this one in Costa Rica, which will house the first international court on the Western Hemisphere established for the purpose of considering, without recourse to arms, all questions arising among the nations constituting it. The Minister of Costa Rica, Senor Don joaquin bernardo calvo, has presented the Bureau with a very unique copy Of a pamphlet entitled Andres Carnegie, which re ects the enterprise of his Government in showing its appreciation of Mr. Carnegie's gift for the new Peace Temple in Cartago.
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