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THE MEXICAN CHAOS

ZAPATA AND VILLA IN CONTROL. Prets Association—By Telegraph—Copyright MEXICO CITY, November 26. (Received November 27, at 1.40 p.m.) The Zapatista restored order upon their arrival. The indications point to Villa accepting Guiterretz as President, the Carranzaists also agreeing. The State Department (? Washington) is inclined to thj>ik that the situation does not call for serious consideration. It is hoped that when Zapata and Villa arc completely in control of the capital that constitutional government -will be restored.

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THE MEXICAN CHAOS, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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THE MEXICAN CHAOS Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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