Foreign News: Honduran Strife

U. S. President Coolidge, who recently authorized the sale of arms to the Mexican Government, announced last week an embargo on all shipment of arms from the U. S. to Honduras. Following a call for protection of life and property from U. S. Minister Franklin Morales, 176 officers and men from the U. S. cruiser Milwaukee were landed at Amapala and marched to the Honduran capital, Tegucigalpa.

Honduran de facto troops fired on the blue-jackets but no one was hurt. An apology was offered, claiming that a "mistake" had been made; and the sailors were...

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