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THE MEXICAN INFERNO

FRUITS OF PRESIDENT WILSON'S

POLICY.

THE UNSPEAKABLE VILLA RULES.

Press Association—By Telejrraph—Copyright.

WASHINGTON. December 6.

The British Ambassador (Sir C. A. Spring-Rice) has tufniuvd the State Department that information b»s reached him from Mexico City that General Carranza is planning to destroy the British-owned railway between Vera Cruz and the capital by blowing up certain tunnels. General Carranza has also seized British cotton and other goods. The Ambassador Snrther says that Great Britain was not objecting to General Villa as President, but an indemnity was demanded from him or any other President for Mr Denton's murder. THE WITCHES' CAULDRON. WASHINGTON, December 6. (Received December 7, at 0.15 a.m.) Attempts to start new revolutionary movements in Mexico are reported at El Paso, Salazar, and Capa. Two former Federal generals are heading a rising, in the Chihuahuan towns.

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THE MEXICAN INFERNO, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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THE MEXICAN INFERNO Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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