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VOL.3, NO. 176
Chicago, Friday, April 24, 1914
LEND WITH ANGER HUERTA ALLOWED
TO RIOT IN MEXICO
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN MEXICO AFFAIR
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Washington. More troops .will be ordered to bor
der because of requests from cities along- line. Gen.
Bliss is believed to have asked for more troops at El Paso,
which is in fear of momentary attack. '
Austin, Tex. At noon Gov. Colquit ordered eight
companies of national guard to Brownsville, where siti
uation is acute. - '
Vera Cruz. Reports from hospital ship-Solace a
that only three of wounded marines are in serious condi
tion. " They are Pullian, Wright' and Peoples. The dead
have been embalmed, and will be sent north at first 'op
portunity. Washington. Admiral Badger has advised that one
of the ships taking refugees to the U. Sw be loaded, with
food supplies on. return in order to avert, thretiif ened