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HERE CRIES I Brazil; don't eat egg," said ' of the com- Former Dictator of Nicara Denounces Arrest — ufer the cham- MCI (1 IS I TflMRI PRKl " t " tmU " u " '.UWIUil TRIOl as com- and he dozen and disappointed," high cost about show that as niuch here. QUIET Friends of Former President of American Republic Aope'. to , vent Extradition, as It l« ifeit '.C tain Death Would Be Zel'aya'sio Should He Be Returned Native Country. to' Hit was Many Thanksgiving New York, Nov. 28.—General Santos Zelaya, for four terms dent of Nicaragua and now wanted' that country on the charge of murde: ing two fellow-countrymen and also stealing $11,500, was remanded to th> Tomb.-by United States Commission' er Shields for further hearing'o>-t S rrant sworn to by- Chief fted States Attorney R. B. Zelaya's friends are which they hope will save Gtupioy6U, --•«./ ...v^v »» »** »•» »Q uiu* f*^\***»^ their re-« transportation to certain death j%titf& of his enemies as theYfe&uli were open- o£ what the y tem a "political Cffif y spiracy." 'jh,v$3 crowded all at Pack- Zelaya himself denied that to do with the killing it was two Nicaraguans and his son, Alfonso Zelaya, whose wife is the grandniebeS General Robert B5 were ° wae In in the were storage Nicaragua, Adulfo Diaz, and, Manti Estrado Cabereia, president of.Guat mala, feared that the one time of Nicaragua would return to, country* be * re-elected to his forme,?] office and then make revelation^! gravely reflecting on Diaz and' Cabe5ri'| era and upon American politicians,; who are said to be in league with ^| them in vast schemes for the explolta-/" tion of Central American property ahd^'f industries. *' Sl Ex-Governor William mentioned as one man who was in course of leagu(i with the two while The 2?™™ _° f ,/ icon S res j; committee. and the in Zelaya said to reporters: "My arrest and these charges ' Nicaragua are (a a state* ,i unrest now and the president is afra I will return and turn him out of c flee. He thinks it safer to 'hare '*«aV h e ' thinks It safer to hare '»e,l W ° rk ° n of factYe doTs noTue'ed &wo3$$S . ^ I have surrendered practlckny aUv$Al 11 "*- on n, y interests lu Nkarafj^^V^*?!! spent rabbtis the dust for „ ° f of said of a ^vvtfH&rtgi , c'It was, my InteL^^ r _ there. I had no intention of, ( Nicaragua for the present "a. „ rT ~, I'm not in the least Interested 1 Nicaraguan politic, and 1 am oonfl-'? dent that I can sho'V that thlB^whole t thing 1. a political scheme,;'- •**" •"''-" "It is well known," said the young Zelaya, "and- ha. been j charged that ex-Governor , while chairman ot the con foreign affairs and other politicians were in league v dent Estrada Caberera ot ( who has been an enemy v -,..««-,., ^ since the formation of the Centra,!',-•?; William's American union. As for the charge, A that he stole $11,500 it is too ridiculous. ridiculous. • Why the government of Nica-, ragua owes him today more than * the dog, million dollars, a Just debt." from the pathetic

Clipped from The Record-Argus28 Nov 1913, FriPage 1

The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania)28 Nov 1913, FriPage 1
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