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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 30, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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were banners declaring, their faith
that "Surely God "will set us free"
and the protection -which civilization
gives to womanhood. Neither that
faith nor the womanhood carved that
wound which will leave its scar as
long as she lives.
Where does Colorado get men on
whom.it drapes the uniform ot power
to kick, slug and stab women and
children?
Some come from barrel houses in
Denver; some from the Baldwin Felts
"detective" gunmen who frere. im
ported to kill before the soldiers came
and who changed to the. payrolls of
the. state; and some from railroad
trains, poor, homeless creatures who
have been seized as "hoboes" and
given the chance of joining the
"army" or of going to jail
-Or
Out at Forbes, the auto of "a federal
investigator was held up by one of
these guards. That soldier of the
state had been in the state but 22
days. He had "beat his way," he
said, from Pittsburgh.
At Ludlow a tenth of the men -were-impressed
into the state service in the,
same way that this tramp was caught,
and forced into service.
Many of the enlisted men of the
original companies are deserting or
quitting if they have pull enough to
get a discharge. Their places are
filled with hoboes, gunmen and those
who can be counted upon to carry
out the orders of Chase, the czar of
Colorado, who rides into a crowd of
women on his horse and shouts
"Charge!"
o-
E VERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Indianapolis. Salary of John P.
White, pres. United Mine Workers of
America, raised by convention from
$3,0.00 to $4,000 a year.
St. Louis. Ora Shelton Stutsman,
formerly of Springfield, 111., fined
$200 and cossts by Federal Judge
Dyer. Pleaded guilty to charges of
using mails to defraud.
JoTiet, III. Discovered gang of
counterfeiters working in state peni
tentiary. Turned out counterfeit dol
lars, quarters and nickles, including
late Buffalo design, while working in
machine shop.
Cleveland. Charged wjih robbing
parcel post packages while driving
mailwagon, Wjn. O. Schopen, 17, ar
rested. Wausau, Wis. First marriage li
cense under Wasserman test fqr,3 fee
issued to Harvey L. Chase and Mar
garet Lois Wandell.
Washburn, Wis. Lafayette'Stowe,
85, lost two days. Found with both
hands and one foot frozen. May die.
Terre Haute, Ind. Mayor Donn M.
Roberts' and five other leading, citi
zens indicted' for alleged election
frauds will answer Feb. 16.
Washington. Naval tug Potomac
on way to rescue crews of fishing
boats jammed In ice at Bay of Island.
Will require over 3 days to make trip.
Fulton, Mo; "If a man doesn't
read the newspapers his qualifica
tions to sit in any kind of case can. be
seriously questioned," according to
Judge David H. Harris.
Jefferson City, Mo. Warden Mc
Clunge filed suit in 3 courts each for
$20,000 against New St Louis Star
for articles recently printed concern
ing discipline in penitentiary.
Murphysboro, Mo. John L. Smith,
Mobile & Ohio yard detective in East
St Louis, acquitted of charge of kill
ing Special Officer Ivy Kelly in Car
bondale last July. Pleaded self de
fense. Washington. Interstate Com
merce Commission asked Congress to
appropriate $2,000,000 for work of
physical valuation of railroads and
telephone and telegraph lines next
year. "
r Londorr. Archbishop of Canter
bury, head. of Angelican Church,
premised Mrs. Dacre F6x, leader of
Women's Social afld Political Union,

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