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Front page April 25, 1914: 'Drink crazed mobs murdering Americans'

Among the news on the front page of The Buffalo Evening News on April 25, 1914:

  • Washington is "much alarmed" over reports of Americans being killed in Mexico City.
  • In Richard Harding Davis' first report for The News, support for the troops in Veracruz depart Galveston.
  • Diplomats returning from Mexico City warn that Americans in that country are in danger.
  • The action in Veracruz means that the federal government could not spare troops to help out in the Colorado strike.

April 25 1914


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