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REP. KEATING FAVORS PROBE
OF MINE STRIKE MESS
Washington, Jan. 8. "I shall be
glad to lay all my information -as to
the conditions in the Colorado strike
district before the Industrial Rela
tions Committee and assist them in
every way in their proposed investi
gation," declared Rep. Keating of
Colorado. "Such an investigation of
the Colorado and the Calumet, Mich.,
strikes would be a splendid thing.
"Primarily, I desire a congressional
investigation, but what Colorado
needs is some sort of an investigation'
which will bring out' the facts in a
striking- mariner. I believe publicity
is the radium cure for our industrial
defects. Howit .ameliorates condi
tions is 'Strikingly 5 illustrated jn the
senate committee's investigation of
the West Virginia strike. The com
mitted itseJCVasn't even made a re
port yet,' but .tie mere fact fhat they
focused public" -attention on condi
tions there remedied' matters."
KentuckyA-man Was shot dead by
his severithjfte.. .And. there are folks
who say-seren'is'a5 lucky mimber.