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GENERALS WHO MAY JOIN FORCES
v Maj. Gen. Victoriano Huerta (on left), commander-of Mexican
federal troops, and Gen. E. Z. Steever, commander of U. S.,army de
partment of Texas, snappedin recent interview at Fort Bliss, Tex.
In case of intervention by, the United States they will be allies, in
command of the Mexican and American troops respectively.
WILL PROBE KILLING
Jackson, Mich., "Sept. 14: 'An
investigation is bemg made lrfto
the murder of John Eissy, an As
syrian, by soldiers patrohngthe
walls of Jackson penitentiary
Eissy was jamtor pf St. l&ary-'s
church. His home was'qnly -a
short distance from the pr fsoij. It
is believed he wandered near the
prison walls and was ordeijejc to
tell his business. When hebecame
frightened and ran the soldiers J
firpff nn film .. . '
Captain Blacklen, in command
of the soldiers at the pen, refuses
to say how the killing occurred or
who fired the shot that killed
Johnson Ah, I see the news
papers are writing about me
again this morning." Simpson
Indeed? In what connection?
Jqhnson Well, they say &t the
close of last week there were over
800,000 people in this city I am
One of them.
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