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WILLIE RITCHIE TELLS HOW HE CLIMBED THE
LADDER THAT LEAD TO CHAMPIONSHIP
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VOL. 3, NO. 44 Chicago, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1913 ONE CENT
WHY HEARST WANTS UNCLE SAM TO
!UTT INTO THAT MEXICAN MESS
Wants American Soldier Boys To Go Down There and
Fight to Protect His Property Interests The f
United States Should NOT Send an
Army Into Mexico.
BY N. D. COCHRAN
William Randolph Hearst takes up practically the entire back page of
his Chicago Examiner today with a signed editorial demanding that the
United States butt into the Mexican situation "to protect the lives and'
rights and legitimate interests of its own citizens."
Hearst says "in this state of anarchy a great number of citizens of the
United States have been killed, and a great deal of property belonging to
RA citizens of the United States has been destroyed." ,
to relieve nimseii 01 me cnarge mac ne nas property in Mexico inai uw
wants protected, Hearst says: "The property in which I am Interested in
Mexico is protected by a hundred thoroughly armed men. There havef"
been numerous battles between this safeguarding force and the various
bands of bandits who have attempted to plunder the property, but in every
one of the battles the bandits have been defeated."
He then tries to make it appear that he is interested in the smaller
American citizens who cannot employ a private standing army to protect
themselves and their Mexican property.
Then the-muUi-millionaire publisher demands- that the United States
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