National Affairs: Mexico

William Phillips, Under Secretary of State, announced officially that satisfactory terms had been concluded with the Mexican Government (TIME, Aug. 27), and that steps were being taken formally to accredit the Chargés d'Affaires of each country in the other's capital with full diplomatic powers.

R. B. Creager of Brownsville, Texas, quondam Congressman, will, it is generally believed, be appointed Ambassador to Mexico when Congress assembles. Judge John Barton Payne, one of the Commissioners who negotiated the terms of recognition, denied that he would take the post if it were offered him. Mr. Creager...

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