LATIN AMERICA: Mexican Notes

Recently there has been sitting in Mexico City a Special Claims Commission which is to consider and adjust claims for losses or damages suffered by U. S. Citizens in Mexico during the revolutionary period (1910-1920). At Washington last week, a General Claims Commission met to adjust Mexican and American Claims, excepting those which arose from acts connected with recent revolutions. The first Commission is to decide all claims within five years; the second is complete its task within three; both were provided for under Conventions (TIME, Aug. 27, 1923) signed in September...

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