From Our Mexican Correspondent
Mexican prejudice towards the Church continues to be shown.
At the permanent Commission of the Federal Congress, Senator Davila accused General Almazan. one of the candidates for the Presidency, of having made EL secret agreement with the hierarchy and with American oil magnates.
Davila also alleged that an Episcopal Conference was held in Leon, after which a delegation was sent to the United States to confer with the President of the Standard Oil Company to obtain funds for a revolt in which the Catholic organisetions would have taken part in fawner of Almazan, on condition that the anti-religious legislation should he abrogated.
The Archbishop of Mexico, Mgr. Martinez. in a declaration he made to the Press, said that such assertions were completely false.
The Archbishop also °aid that the alleged Conference of Leon w s simply an Eucharistic Congress, which waa held not at bean but in Irapuato, in which only religious qua8 t ions were dealt with, and it was strictly forbidden to the clergy to tix In matters of a political character.
The Archbishop invited Senator Davila to produce two telegrams which he claimed to possess as the proof of his accusations, but Davila could not show them.