NICARAGUA: Brothers' Plight

Three of the four Fletcher Brothers own two gold mines in the lovely, salubrious Pis-Pis region of Nicaragua. The fourth Fletcher Brother, who has no interest in the mines, is the U. S. Ambassador to Italy, suave Henry Prather Fletcher. Last week President James Gilmore Fletcher of the mining corporations and his co-owning brothers, G. Fred & D. Watson Fletcher, all of Manhattan, were irate. President Fletcher dashed to Washington to inform Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg that much was amiss in the valley of the purling Pis-Pis River. The Fletcher mines had been seized, he declared, by...

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