Mr. Loomis to Señor de Azpíroz.
Washington, September 24, 1904.
Excellency: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note No. 28, of the 19th ultimo, calling attention to the complaint of the Mexican, Eulogio Zambrano, that the court of Cameron County, Tex., did not take into consideration the wounds inflicted on him by the ranger, McKenzie, in sentencing him (Zambrano) to five days’ imprisonment for theft.
In reply I have the honor to inform you that copies of your note and of its inclosures have been sent to the governor of Texas for his information, and for such investigation and report of the matter as he may be pleased to communicate to the Department.