From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
April 6, 1914: Juarez, Mexico — Northern and central Mexico is being thoroughly cleared of Spanish residents by the constitutionalists. The latest news of wholesale expulsion of Spaniards was brought here by General Eulillo Gutierrez, commander of rebel forces in the state of San Luis Potosi. In the state of Zacatecas, where General Panfilo Natera has possession of all territory north of the capital, the same course has been followed. It is estimated that nearly 1,000 Spaniards have been deported from those two states in the last two months. Every consideration has been shown the unfortunate “gachupines” as the Mexicans call the men of Spanish blood. They have been given plenty of time to carry away with them their household effects and other possessions but not one has been permitted to remain inside the rebel lines.
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