LATIN AMERICA: In and About Mexico

Down Aguascalientes' Main Street walked Harold G. Bretherton, U. S. Vice Consul. From behind rang out a shot which wounded the Vice Consul slightly in the back. The cause of the outrage was unknown, but it was believed that the bullet was intended for somebody else.

A few days previously, Richard H. Cole of St. Louis, the man who obtained U. S. recognition for Presidents Madero and Carranza, and who is now U. S. agent for the President-aspirant, Adolfo de la Huerta who was last year beaten by President Obregon (TIME, July 14, 1924)...

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