LATIN AMERICA: Warren Received ,.

Warren Received

Preceded and followed by a flashing cavalry escort, dressed in blue blouses, white breeches and leather boots, their sabres glinting in the bright sunlight, rolled a Presidential barouche.

The vehicle contained the dress-suited form of Charles Beecher Warren, newly appointed U. S. Ambassador to Mexico, and a Mexican Diplomat escorting the envoy on his first official visit to President Obregon. The streets from the Embassy to the National Palace were lined with dense, silent crowds. There was only the sound of the hoofs and the carriage wheels, as the cavalcade, including the...

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