General Adolfo de la Huerta, President of Mexico in 1920, now out of reach of his enemies at Los Angeles, Calif., was reported last week to have received pressing overtures from revolutionaries in Mexico to return and lead them against the Calles regime. The revolutionary forces: 1) 6,000 Yaqui and 1,500 Mayo Indians in Sonora; 2) General Nicholas Fernandes, once Pancho Villa's chief of staff, with, miscellaneous forces said to be armed and to total 6,000 men, with their base in Chihuahua.

In Mexico City last week President Calles said: "Mexico would be...

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