File No. 813.00/866
The Salvadorean Minister to the Secretary of State
Washington, August 31, 1917.
Most excellent Sir: Under date of the 23d of this month I had the honor to send to your excellency a note conveying to you my Government’s wish that the Government of the United States be represented in the Central American Conference which will undertake to propose and study the form and conditions of a continuance of the Central American Court of Justice. I have lately received notice by cable that the said conference will be held on October 12 next and my Government taking into consideration the great moral importance of your Government being represented at that important event wishes to know whether your excellency’s Government accepts the invitation above referred to; wherefore, I venture to trouble your excellency with a request that you deign to favor me with a kindly answer.
I reiterate to your excellency [etc.]