Born into poverty, Carranza entered the emerald mines when he was 11.
Last year I spoke with someone with close personal ties to Carranza.
Advantage, for which Carranza foolishly offered the opportunity, was taken of this extreme jealousy to win him over.
All this was skilfully used to prejudice Philip against Carranza.
The Spanish agents speedily found that in the matter of Carranza he was incorruptible and intractable.
Job got nothin' do Pesita, Villa, Carranza, revolution—just private job.
These quotations go to show that Carranza was not over-pleased with the work of conducting the spy department in Canada.
The present Carranza government of Mexico is of course notoriously anti-American.
When this man, Carranza, went into office, he went in under what they call the Constitution of 1917.
Such an embargo, General Carranza piously pointed out in florid terms, would compel peace.