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September 20, 1926
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Secretary Kellogg tonight instructed Charge Schoenfeld at Mexico City to make representations to the Calles Government to leave no stone unturned in apprehending and punishing the murderers of Jacob Rosenthal of New York.

While the text of the instructions was not made public the brief announcement clearly shows that the Washington Government feels that such an offense against its nationals warrants prompt action by the Mexican authorities.

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