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a little while that the constitutionalist
army would fall to pieces, so anxious
were we to have farms and homes of
our own. We were tired of fighting.
"But our chief explained to us,
through our officers, that the time of
peace-had not yet come to Mexico.
Though we had land, there were mil
lions of other Mexicans to the south
who had none. So, when we under
stood this, we left our farms, though
it was hard, senor, and took up again,
the southward march.
"Well, we have taken Tampico
now. Soon Saltillo will fall; then
San Luis Potosi, and after San Luis
Potosi the capital!"'
"Then we shall have peace in Mexico."
Once in a while you will hear of a
chorus girl who doesn't think she is
better than the prima donna and you
may also run into a clerk who doesn'-t
imagine that he knows'more than the
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