LATIN AMERICA: Wild Charge

Despatches from Mexico City stated last week that the Attorney General of Mexico is preparing to file a claim for $10,000,000 damages against the U.S. Government with the General Claims Commission now sitting at Washington, on the ground that the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from 1909 to 1913, Mr. Henry Lane Wilson, instigated assassination of President Madero of Mexico (1913).

At his Indianapolis home Mr. Wilson said: "I had no more to do with the overthrow of Madero than Woodrow Wilson, and of course he had nothing...

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