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An - Department declared had the cargo government by the - today to to a at back vice the - to merchants to National of the an Is our foreign already Is a es pur and Jl - - T con An - partial European the so peril WILL WED NEXT WEEK Zelaya Gets License for Mar riage with Miss Baker CEREMONY PROBABLY MONDAY Son of Nicaraguas President Looks for No Interference from His Parent This Time Is Now of Legal Age May Conclude to Make His Permanent Home in America Fathers Heart Softened An engagement teeming - with romance will bo consummated in a commonplace manner when Alfonso Zelaya son of the President of Nicaragua will wed Miss Margarita Baker of IStt North Capitol street the first of next week Mr Zelaya accompanied by W C Gay - ror appeared at the office of the clerk of the Supreme Court of the District yesterday and secured a marriage license permitting - him to wed the girl of his choice The mysterious channels through which the father of the groom put stop to the marriaga some months ago are supposed to have been closed up as young Mr Zelaya now walks the streets without fear of being enmeshed In a Central American conspiracy Fathers Heart Softened Mr Zelayas description of his Intended wife is said to have so softened the heart of his father as to gain his consent to the proposed union No fear is expressed by the prospective bride and groom that the Nlcaraguan Legation will again Interfere to prevent the nuptials They do however at all times recollect the day when Mr Zelaya left the home of his sweetheart only to step fnto a closed carriage and be driven to the Nlcaraguan Legation where he - was held andj later sent back to his father But that was before Mr Zelaya had reached his majority and when h was subject to the commands of his father Now he has attained mans estate ardl in addition to wedding a fair dioghter of the United States be is seriously con - templatlng making this country his per manent home New Tork or New Orleans appear more - Inviting to Mr Zelaya than the capital of Nicaragua and he Is now deciding which place he will select for his future home Will Return on Honeymoon Mrs W W Baker mother of the bride - to - be when seen by a reporter of Tbe Post yesterday stated that it had not been decided just where the young couple would live She Inclined to the belief that they would reside in the United States although they may return to Nicaragua on their honeymoon The President of Nicaragua Is reputed to be a - very wealthy mam but whether bis consent to his sons nuptials carries with It a promise of financial assistance cannot be learned Miss Baker entertained several os her ycaJ4c - rierars - - - t the - familiar est - decceteVlninff The gatherlngrwas supposed to be - In tbe nature or a farewell party although Mrs Baker declined to give it any significance Mrs Baker stated positively that ths wedding wouM not occur to - day or Sunday She would fro no farther however so It is thought probable the young couple will be married on Monday after wMch they - will leave for New York Rev L O Baker will perform the ceremony

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 24 Mar 1906, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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