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VOL.3, NO. 179 Chicago, Tuesday, April 28, 1914 ONE CENT
UMBO'S GUNMEN SOLDIERS LOOT
TAKERS' TENT COLONY
Commander of Armed Thugs Curses Preachers Who.
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Visit Scene of Horror on Errand of Humanity
Day Book Correspondent Tells the
Truth About Colorado.
f BY EDWARD A.EVANS
Trinidad, Col., April 28. Scores of
murderous mine guards, gunmen,
dressed in corduroys, overalls or
ragged civilian's clothing, are with
Gen. John Chase's Colorado state
militia at Ludlow where the strikers'
tent colony was burned and women
and children were ruthlessly slain by
, These gunmen are not members of
the militia. They are simply Tiired
thugs-of-John-D. Rockefeller's' Color
ado Fuel and Iron Company, paid bj
the company, but serving under
They have banded together and
have christened their organization
"Company Q." Many of them ars
better shots than, the regular militia
men and if Chase gets more -orders
from the coal mine operators to mas
sacre women and children of th
striking miners these thugs wi5 bf
They were finedup in the militia