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to Be -t. Many Interested crusade took the graceful know Drained." When the plague of civil war crept Alfonso Zeleya, known in this city,and hte.daughter of Dr. W. W. 1S41 "North Capitol _street. Her 18-month- old son, 'Santo Robert Lee Zelaya, is with her. But her husband, anxious .to turn his, talent Into profit, did not come northward; she hade him "adlos" 'In Jamaica, and he has now embarked on his career as a concert artist In the capitals of South -America. Not to Return to Nicaragua; The parting? Maybe for a few perhaps for years. · · But both have plucked Nicaragua out of their hearts and will return there no more. The people's hearts are -stony. The "Palaclo blanca." which Gen. Zelaya built with his own tnooey, has fallen into alien hands. · - . . / ."They,,, are ungrateful wretches," says Mrs. Zelaya. '"They do not know when they are well off. They treated the old general shamefully^ He was their good friend and he knew how to control He i^. the only man In Nicaragua can. "I say Nicaragua, should be left to shift for herself. She is in a sorry now. All the business is paralyzed, the anarchists are' in full* control, and have the hate of deyils for America. It seems to be in- to the lads the mountains from Bluenelds and town, and finally reached Managua, ill-fated and unkempt little capital became a scene of riot and anarchy, indeed. The plaza in front of the Palaclo Blanca, where President Zelaya resided with- his family, became a scene of Shed' and of wild threats and curses about the ao-called "tyrant/'

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 15 Feb 1910, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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