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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 4

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posite EI Paso, is being evacuated
today. Before dawn troop trains left
for the south, loaded with Carran
zista soldiers and many civilians. Ex
pected that all soldiers, excepting
possibly a small guard, will leave
Juarez before night
Washington. Mexican situation
came up in the senate today when
Sen. Works of California called up
resolution which he introduced five
months ago directing intervention.
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THE VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
MARCH IN WILD SCRAMBLE
The parade of the Volunteers of
America caused a little more than
its due share of excitement in the
loop this morning. The parade was
held while the Volunteers were tak
ing 904 children for an outing in
Jackson park.
Some criticism of the manner in
which the Volunteers protected the
children was heard. Many firms
contributed auto trucks to carry the
children. Among the firms were The
Fair, Rothschild's, Brunswick, Balke
& Collender and Lyon & Healy. It
was considered a good advertising
stunt But the Fair neglected to
provide the children with seats in
their trucks, so the children early
deserted them and flocked aboard
the other trucks.
As a result there was general over
crowding and many of the children
were forced to trot along behind the
trucks, looking for a place to hop
on. There were no adults in charge
of the children. The Volunteers were
all at the head of the parade.
While tpassing the City Hall the
children made a plea to the onlook
ers for money. Pennies were tossed
to them. The children leaped from
the trucks and a general scramble
for the pennies followed. In the
meantime, the rest of the parade
marched serenely on.
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Washington House voted to in
crease aDDronriation for army aero
planes from $1,222,100 to $3,000,000. 1
THE QUESTION
BY JANE WHITAK.ER
You call on our manhood, our wom
anhood, too,
To sacrifice lives in the cause
Of the flag that's above us the red,
white and blue,
And you give us yqur fervent ap
plause. You spit hate of "greasers," e'en
while you say
Our country and we must protect
.The ignorant Mexicans, so that they
may
Be saved from their country's neg
lect. But there's this that we know, even
now as you say
That our honor's -betrayed while
we wait;
You own much of the, land of the
men we must slay,
And your greed is the cause of
their hate.
We'll go there and kill if our honor's
at stake,
But we want to be sure that is why,
And not just a slaughter a blood
stench to slake
Your ungodly greed while we die!
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MILJTIA TABLOIDS
Rev. Timothy Stone, pastor Fourth
Presbyterian church, chaplain of the
First cavalry, I. N. G., has asked that
substitute be appointed in his place
for duty while the troops are in
action.
Rev. E. A. Kelly of St Anne's Cath
olic church, chaplain of the Seventh,
and Rev. Ezra Clemars, field sec'y of
the Methodists and chaplain of the
Minnesota guards, say they are ready
to go to the front whenever their
troops go.
Wooden sandals are now being
worn to a great extent by the labor
ing classes in Mexican cities.

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