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THE MEXICAN CHAOS

T\VO PRESIDENTS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. MBXICfTciTY, January 18. General Garza was eleoted Provisional President by a convention over which he himself prosided. Martial law has been declared in tho city. LONDON» January 18, Tho British Legation at Maxico advises that President Oarranzg, has removed tho embargo placed upon oil at tTampico vo» qnirefi for tho British fleet, ANATtCRY RULES SUPREME, MEXICO~STY, J&naary 18. (Fec<>ivo-d January 19, at j,6 p.n\,} General Garza liae» been named Pro, ■visional President in plaos of Gutierxiczj who resigns. Garza 3ws assumed full F-r-cfiddential powers pending an ckstiou for the regular President. Anarchy etill prevails throughout tho country, Garza's authority oxtemling bardy outside* the, capital.

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THE MEXICAN CHAOS, Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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THE MEXICAN CHAOS Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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