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SLAUGHTERFEST GOING ON DOWN IN THE MINE
DISTRICT OF COLORADO MINERS AND
GUARDS BATTLE DAY AND NIGHT
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VOL. 3, NO. 175 Chicago, Thursday, Apnl 23, 1914 ONE ffiNT'
WOMEN AND CHILDREN ARE BEING
USHED OUT OF MEXICO
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN MEXICO AFF'AIR
President "Wilson issues statement diplomatically
warning Carranza and others that they will join Huerta
in opposing American demands at their peril.
Grave f earo for Americans in Mexico City.
- Diplomatic relations with Mexico severed.
Charge O'Shaughnessy in Mexico City given pass
ports Jby Huerta.
Charge Algara in Washington called to state de
apartment and handed pa&fports by Secretary of" State
United States refuses to evacuate Vera Cruz -as
asked by Carranza.
Unofficial embargo placed on the shipment of arms
into Northern Mexico. .
'- Total of eight Americans killed in the. capture of
iVera Cruz reported in dispatches from Admiral Fletcher,