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GUARDS, AND MINERS. CLASH
THIRTEEN ARE DEAD
Trinidadr Col., April 21. Thirteen
persona axe- reported dead, including
one striker, one soldier and one non
combatant, as the results of a four-teen-hour
battle between striking
coal miners and members of the' Cp'lo
rado National Guard in the Ludlow
district and the Ludlow tent colony
was destroyed byfire last night.
All telephone wires are. down and
telegraphic service is limited to one
TRAGIC TURN IN GARTER CASE
CHURCH MAN SUICIDES
The unbuckled garter scandal that
caused the trial of Rev. Charles' H.
Byles of Lockport took a tragic turn
yesterday when Robert Whitely, one
of the two church trustees that voted
Byles guilty, poured kerosene over
his body and then burned himself to
The village of Lockport is like a
city of the dead today following the
announcement of Whitely'S horrible
death. They believe that the act was
caused by the worry-and strain of the
trial of Rev. i Byles, who is pastor of
the Congregational Church, and who
was accused by Lucille Clark, a pret
ty young member of Byles' flock, of
reaching his hand up and unfastening
Whitely arose early yesterday
morning and slipped out of the house
before his wife awakened. Before he
left he filled a quart bottle with
Then he went to the summer
kitchen, where he poured the oil over
his clothing and thenignited it. A
moment later he was a torch.
Whitely was just becoming uncdn
scious when he was found.
"I'm tired of it all," he whispered.
Feeling is running high in Lock
port. The Rev. Byles, fearing that
the people who are against him might
become violent, hasmade himself a
yirtual prisoner in the rectory.
Whitely believed steadfastly in the
young girl's charges against Byles
and fought hard to - sustain them.
The girl is prostrated.
By Jim Manee.
Spring, spring, beautiful spring.
Who the deuce wrote i'nat?
Here we are in April, folks,
And just where is spring at?
This morning it was thirty-eight,
Frost-bites came in a swarm;
Someone swiped us with the cold, '
And someone swiped our warm, ' -,
P. S. We're changed back to 'em
and they itch like the'deucer
American League. -St.
Louis at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Washington at New York.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Pittsburg!: at Cincinnati
Kew York at Brooklyn. ?
Boston at Philadelphia.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Indianapolis at Kansas City. ,.
Buffalo at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Baltimore.
There are several rules which, if
followed, will aid a- person to keep to
the happy road of good health. Learn
self-control. Try to strike a happy
medium. Not too much, not too little
of work, play, sleep or food. Cultivate
repose, took on the bright side of
things. See the best in others, not the
worst. Don't get angry' or irritable
unnecessarily. It affects the diges
tion. It mars the face.
Fair and warmer Tuesday; tmset
tled Wednesday; showery.
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