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CANNON! S ROAR AND RINGING CHURCH BELLS
WAS NEW YEAR'S WELCOME AT OJINAGA
and photographs before the fighting
had finished. Editor.
BY. W. H. DURBOROUGH.
(Staff Photographer and Corre
spondent of The Day Book.)
Ojinaga,. Max., Jan. 2, 1914.
(.Within the Federal Lines.) I have
just witnessed the most lurid New
Yeais Eve celebration of my life. I
I' lay all night in the trenches of fHuer-
The mail from Mexico has just
brought word that W. H. Durbor
o'u'gHi staff photographer and corre
spondent of this newspaper, was .on
both the federal and rebel'finng iines
in. the. last and greatest battle , yet
fought n Mexicc-i-the desperately
fought siege of Ojinaga, When the
rebels battled for " six -xjays .to take
the city; purboroughirtailed his-story
(Copyright, 1914, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.)
.The Battle of Ojinaga Photograph Taken by Staff .Photographer Dur
borough on Federal-Firing Lineron Edge-of Besieged City.