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UPRISINGS IN PERSIA AND MEXICO THREATEN CIVIL
f revoh-ticn _6H seems to be spreading in Persia and Northern Mexico. While the Shah of Persia has put down the Nationalist rebellion in Teheran, his soldiers demolishing the
The fl*" 1 ' °_ t bidding and hanging the leaders, revolutionists and soldiers are fighting in other Persian cities. Although the Mexican government insists that the attacks on several small
p* riiafTl the st3ts of Chihuahua have been made by outlaws and not organized revolutionists, it is rushing troops to the northern frontier and cuarding heavily the towns in the zone
F itie h"n the insurgents are operating. United States cavalry and Texas Rangers are watching the border line in Texas to prevent any violation of the neutrality laws.
THE N^RTH FRONT OF THE AMERICAN LEGATION AT TEHERAN.
THE PERSIAN METHOD OF HANGINQ.
According to telegraphic dispatches, several
members of the National Council were hanged
at Teheran last w«ek.
A MEXICAN ADOBE HOUSE WITHOUT
MEXICAN TROOPER'S PREPARING TO TAKE THE FIELD ON THi NORTHERN FRONTIER-
SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1908.
THE FACADE OF THE PARLIAMENT BUILDING AT TEHERAN.
This building was attacked by the Shah's forces and defended partially from the roof. It was
afterward looted and left practically in ruins.
TYPE OF PERSIAN POLICE WHICH CARRIED OUT THE SHAH'S
WISHES UNDER COSSACK COMMANDERS,
ONE OF THE DISCONTENTED.