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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1916,
AMERICAN INVASION OF MEXICO
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AMERICAN TROOPS GUARD INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE AT EL PASO.
Detachment of U, S. Soldiers on guard on the American side of the International Bridge cr nt (cl
ing El Paso, Ttxas, and Juarez, Mexico. TrouMe is expected fioin Jnartz nt any mt nitnt ni:d the ml
diers on guard stand prepared for action. The American side rf the bridge is guarded day j.rd nil t
and all persons crossing are closelv searched and questioned. The soldier with the field glasses is luck
ing into Juarez, Mexico, on the other side of the Rio Grande.
KING OK BULGARIA VISITS AUSTRIAN HEA1 .QUARTERS.
Right to left Archduke Frederic; King of Bulgaria; his Prime Minister Radohlawow; General
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IN COMMAND OF THE FIRST
CAVALRY BRIGADE AT FORT
Brig. -Gen. James Parker is ope
of the officers that will probably
be in the thick of the Mexican
fighting. He is in command of
the First Cavalry Brigade.
COMMANDERS AS WELL AS-SOLDIERS RISK LIFE FOR THEIR COUNTRY.
The chief commander does not hesitate to risk his life the same as he would expect of his men. A
commander is shown here observing the enemy through an opening in the trench.
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General Carranza. President of Mexico, and General Obregon, looking over the battlefield of Celaya, where the latter touted Vil
la. Nete the loss of General Obregon's right arm, lust presumably iu his recent battles with Villa.
COMMANDING SECOND BRIG
ADE. Briga iier-Gciieral Robert K.
Evans is in command of the sec
ond brigade with headquarters at
Lar. d i, Texas.
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ROUSCH BIG HELP TO GIANT OUTFIELD
E ldie Rousch, who tnme from the Federal League with Bennie
Knuff, is bound to jirove a hie help to the Giant outfield. He is a
bird hitter and a remarkable fielder. He starts at the ctack of the
bat and his judgment of fly balls is uncanny. He was a hold-out for
a while, but h- finally Mine to terms with the New York Club. Mc
Graw holds out great expectations for the ex Federal Leaguer.