A WARM DE2ATE. SENATOR'S GBAYE CHARGE. (Per Press Association—Copyright). (Received February 21. 8.15 a.m.) WASHINGTON, February, 19. The Senate debated the peace treaties' ratification. Senator Chamberlain submitted a general amendment exempting from the Hague arbitration the admission of , aliens into the United States, all quesI tions involving the Monroe' Doctrine ajid Japanese on the Pacific Coast, and the provision in the Panama Act of a clause exempting American vessels from tolls. Senator O'Gorman assailed Mr Andrew Carnegie's international peace endowment, declaring it was intended to'; corruptly create an international alliance between the.United States and Britain, for the profit of 1 certain iridi-* viduals. , . Mr Elihu Boot rebuked, Senator O'Gorman strongly, and after a/heated passage Mr Root declared that he regarded Mr O'Gorman's statements as a personal affront. ■' '. The debate was adjourned owing to Vlih fi-mm-al- nf Sftna.tor "Ranon. ' \
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AMERICAN SENATE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914
AMERICAN SENATE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914
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