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SOME MEXICAN SLAYINGS THAT WERE HUSHED UP
Murderers of U. S. Men Go Free; Washington Notified.
Publication:Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Hunter, Kent
Date:Sep 17, 1919
 Abstract (Document Summary)

I have been up and down part of this Border, from Candelaria, in the Big Bend country to Nogales, over where the Arizona line and the boundary of Sonora, Mexico, are one and the same. I've talked to these consular men.

  

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