Foreign News: Revolt

The Honduran revolution, reported over (TIME, Sept. 15), proved to be "going strong." Peace moves were delayed by the inability of the warring factions to decide on a place for negotiations. Meanwhile, it was rumored that two sanguinary battles had been won by the Government forces.

The U. S. Government ordered the landing of 100 sailors at Ceiba from the light cruiser Rochester to protect foreign lives. At the same time, the U. S. intimated that no rebel government would be recognized, even if it were to prove victorious over the Government forces.


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