LATIN AMERICA: Mexican Strife

The Mexican War (TIME, Dec. 17 et seq.) showed faint sign of ending.

The Federal troops under President Obregon inflicted a series of crushing defeats upon the rebels under General Adolfo de la Huerta. The main defeats took place at Tuxpan, Puerto, Mexico, Jalapa. An extensive attack upon the rebels in Yucatan was planned, which, if successful, is expected virtually to end the insurrection which has plagued Mexico and the reading public for three months.


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