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THE MEXICAN SITUATION
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 18. Gen. Fran
cisco Villa has announced that Gen.
Venustiano Carranza has broken
faith and that the Villista troops will
dnve him from Mexico, according to
dispatches received fro(m Mexico to
day. The same advices are that fight
ing has o'ccurred in the state of
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According to the messages, Ira-
puato, Guanajuato state, has been oc
cupied by Villa's army aftena fight
lasting half a day. Miguel Tneguez
and his Jalisco troops opposed the
occupation, but were defeated.
Springfield, III. A. Otis Arnold,
Quincy, elected grand warden Dli
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