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Labrada: Soldiers waiting to join the revolution
AUSTIN, Tex., July 1, 1908 (UP) - "This is Mexico's great day-that is to see the awakening of liberty. It is the day Mexicans will celebrate, as you are preparing to celebrate on Saturday. The seeds of revolt against the tyrant Diaz have been sown. Before night, I believe the knell of Diaz's reign will have been sounded.
Soldiers close in on revolutionists after Palomas attack
EL PASO, Tex., July 1. (UP)-Several hundred Mexican soldiers from Casas Grande are to-day closing in on the band of fifty revolutionists that attacked Palomas, in Chihuahua.
Mexican rioters attack son of Ambassador Wilson
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 1910 (UP) - Confirmation of the report of the attack on his son by Mexican rioters, received here late today from Ambassador Henry L. Wilson, has aroused the state department.
Mexican rebels in decisive battle at Torreon
EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 24, 1910 (UP) - Fighting between regular troops and Mexican insurgents became more serious throughout the city of Torreon toward dusk last night. The insurgents pressed through the suburbs into the streets of the city, cheered on by the information that Francisco Madera, rebel leader, is approaching the town.
Battle raging near U.S. border, rebels attack
EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 2, 1911 (UP) - An army of Mexican rebels under Gen. Pascal Orozco attacked Juarez, across the river from this city, today. At a late hour this afternoon the battle was still raging, with the outcome in doubt.
Profile of rebel Gen. Pascal Orozco
EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 3, 1911 (UP) - Gen. Pascal Orozco, in command of the army assailing Juarez, is a remarkable Mexican. He is only 28 years old. He was brought up on the ranch of his father, a small cattleman near Chihuahua.
Diaz men fortify Juarez, prepare for attack
EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 4, 1911 (UP) --Desperate efforts are being made by the federal soldiers at Juarez to throw up breastworks and otherwise fortify the town, in the hope that they may be able to stand off the rebel army under Gen Orozco until reinforcements arrive.
Armies gather at Juarez
EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 6, 1911 (UP) - Luck has played with Diaz' troops, and it believed her today that the insurrectos cannot take Juarez unless the reinforcements of Alanias, the rebel leader in Chihuahua, come up quickly.
Rebels plan to intercept Navarro
EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 7, 1911 (UP) - There is little chance of any fighting in the vicinity of Juarez for some days to come if at all.
Mexican Finance Minister invited to Washington by Taft
WASHINGTON, March 8, 1911 (UP) -- Minister of Finance Jose Limantour of Mexico, was invited to-day by President Taft to come to Washington at once for a conference on the general Mexican situation.
English opinion on the mobilization of U.S. troops near Mexican border
LONDON, March 8, 1911 (UP) -- There are persistent reports to-day that representations were made by the British foreign office to the American state department that unless British interests were protected in the Mexican revolution, England might take a hand in the trouble.
Significant facts regarding big war game at Mexican border
By United Press
Two hundred rounds of ball ammunition issued per man.
U.S. troops mobilizing at San Antonio, ready to cross into Mexico
WASHINGTON, March 9, 1911 (UP) -- The army mobilizing at San Antonio was to-day declared by the highest military authorities to be an army of conquest of invasion.
U.S. maneuvers near Mexico attempt to check Japanese
WASHINGTON, March 17, 1911 (UP) - Japan, rather than Mexico, is the objective of the present "maneuvers" of the American army.
Japanese and Mexican said to terminate treaty
NEW YORK, March 23, 1911 (UP) -- The New York Herald publishes to-day the following dispatch from its staff correspondent in Mexico City:
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