File No. 839.51/1474
The Secretary of State to the Dominican Minister.
Washington, January 9, 1915.
My Dear Mr. Minister: I have the honor to transmit herewith for your consideration a memorandum in which attention is most respectfully called to certain political and financial conditions now existing in the Dominican Republic and suggesting the adoption of some reforms which, if put into operation, will aid materially in securing permanent peace and prosperity in that country.
It is earnestly hoped that you may find it convenient to call at the Department at an early date in order that this important matter may be discussed with you personally. An expression from you as to the date when a conference with you can be arranged will be appreciated.
I am [etc.]