Foreign News: Honduran Strife

American marines, sent to the capital of Honduras, have established a neutral zone round the American legation and Consulate, are guarding the plants of various American concerns. Honduran Government troops, hard pressed by revolutionaries, retreated to the Central American Tropical Wireless Co., five miles from the capital, guarded by American troops.

U. S. Senator Borah has denounced U. S. interference as "imperialistic." Charles E. Hughes, U. S. Secretary of State, has not felt called upon to explain the situation.


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