Foreign News: Honduran Strife

Bombs, bullets and blood. Disease, dying and dead. Hunger, horror and hell. Such is a description of Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras, in which Hand a revolution has been in progress more than two months (TIME, Feb. 11 et seq.).

A bright glow appeared on an otherwise nocturnal horizon. U. S. President Coolidge instructed Sumner Welles, U. S. Commissioner to the Dominican Republic, to proceed to Tegucigalpa and offer the friendly assistance of the U. S. for the establishment of peace in Honduras.

Cynics professed to see in this move a final gesture to the Honduran...

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