National Affairs: The Mexican Border

Two plans for drying up the Mexican border have found their way to Washington. One is a request by the Federated Clubwomen of the Imperial Valley, Cal., that Secretary Hughes " close" the border at sundown to persons under 21 years of age, in order to protect their children. The other is a rumor from Mexico City, to the effect that the government is considering establishment of a dry belt 50 miles wide, along the border. So far it is only a rumor.


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