Clipped From San Antonio Gazette
observations, we shall not for the news to all over it occurs, telegraphy this goal, of ages, he news- fame as- a the a reporter at the time ' Alphonse Zelaya, Son of the President of Nicaragua, Nicaragua, Gives up the Washington Bride For Whose Sake He Suffered. will a _ good liim- J u going to the same wl- to how, belie^g that g in the At the news- He did in the For of the newspa- undertak- made when on in a monument on Columbus ago. started 81 wu;? to Franz mnv ir*l- n extensively yf lectured bet:he Europe Â«nd in of dis- l?Â«3en. al^rt WaÂ«hicgtop c]n\igli- the who Well- M. PanfwDy- aeronaut. balloon the gas layefs of cot- suspend- bag and is a half feet en or rabin, are feet, fn compartments chapter in Iwman go either songhf by roan for pole gteatest the Spcciul to the Gazette. Washington, D. Ci. July 21.--International 21.--International romances are a drug on the market, but an idyl of such vitriolic elements as that'of the wedding of Miss Marguerite Estclle Bak'.'r. adopted daughter of a Washington physician, and Alphonse Zdaya. eldest son of the president of Nicaragua, is rarely unfolded unfolded ontsido the 30-cent thrillers. Mrs. XeJaya left Washington , less than throe months ago a bride. After about six week? oi: jSVw York .life. where Scnor Zciava- w.-is prp.sumably seeking Jucnitivc and congenial occupation, occupation, the bride returned to h''r f n t h r r ' n holier. :ind it is nnderstornl lovcvs young dreaiii .is pniled. forever. Miss Bilker met voting Zolaya In^t summer on a trip to Mount "Vernon. A student of the local university prw-Tit- ed IJJJTI. Tlt'j little blind'god got bu^y. Belaya, riot, yet of pgp. hud been at West Point and wag taking a few tveeU?? vacation. He haunted the Baker home and soon Mia? .Balsc-r waiÂ» prtindly ^x- hibiting a handsome diamond engagement engagement ring. Jn the aiii'viTnn Senot Corea, jJCicwr* aguan ??iinieter and warm friend of his chief, arrived in Washington and heard of the romance. Jle expo?itiijatÂ«3'd with the gay gallant anÂ«l wrote to Dr. Baker. Preparations for the wedding continuing, he Cabled President Zelaya. Under orders from his chief. Pinkerton Pinkerton detective? were engaged and n abduction worthy the pen of f'onan Doyle was pulled off. On a. Sunday afternoon afternoon young Zelaya. while cslling on hi? fiancee, wa? decoyed to a cab. hand- csffed, taken to the jficarsguan legation, legation, and later, under guard, was transported transported to Nicaragua by way of Js'ew Orleans. la Xew Orleans Belaya eluded hi? guards long enough to send a" 1 ..dispatch to Miss Baker, declaring his unchang- ing affection and his determination to return in. the spring. President Zelaya put his son to work in a big commercial house. The ardent lover, however, wrote more fervent letters letters to his sweetheart, and shortly after after Christmas he forsook his home and sailed direct to New Orleans. There he was attacked with appendicitis appendicitis and spent several weeks in a hospital hospital in Xew Orleans. IIÂ«; finally arrived arrived in Washington, and prepared for the wedding. It is claimed by the Baker family that Zel.'jya declared t h a t he had the full consent, of 1m father, and that n f t r r a honeymoon in ?\w York they wÂ«Â»nr to sail ?.o M a n a g u a . Scnor Cures, Imwovcr, informed \)r. Haker that tho prÂ»'Hident. of "ionragu.T. entirely Â«.H?Â»3p- provel the miitch, Ku.Wtjr has it, t h a t the wnrried life of the Xelayas wag brilliant if brief. They lived at- the Wrildorf-Astorig; for a. couple of week?? and then moved to a lew expensive hotfl ncwr the park. .Letters to the Nicaragiian papa- brought word that, the couple would set no welcome welcome from him. He suggested that tho yomig hugband go to work airid support hi? bride. More letters and cablegram? brought similar an^wpra. A draft drawn on h?3 father by fhÂ«i POT? waa imhonored. Then, the bride suggested that the young ina.n seek work. Alpbon-^e objected* objected* Maybe she might get something something to do. I5o many American girls worked for their husbands. Then t,ho dream, of love wa? sbnff.orpd an'l Madatn Marguerite returned horne* Meartwiul'"- It is rumored thi*i ycung Zelays has returned to hia OTTTI conn- try and a, recent dispatch from Paij* aÂ»na ??f,Rtcs that he i* TJOW a colonel. KÂ£ the hea.l of 200 Guatemalan insurgents. aboard the phip Kmprre, which now lays off Han Jose, Guatemala, aching for a fight.