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NOON EDITION NOON EDITION
MEXICAN SITUATION A DIPLOMATIC RIDDLE.
ARMY AND WAVY STILL KEYED UP TO WAR
a PITCH DIPLOMATS IN STEADY CONFERENCE
Entry as Second-Class Matter Applied For.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday.
N.D. Cochran, g35gfc Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. llglP Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St. 398 By Mail, $6 a Year.
VOL.3, NO. 180 Chicago, Wednesday, Aprii 29, 1914 ONE CENT
U. S. CAVALRY WILL 'SHOOT TO KILL
TO STOP COLORADO'S BLOODSHED
Wilson Orders Federal Troops To War-Fested District
Telegraphs Proclamation Ordering All Persons
To Lay Down Their Arms Machine '
Guns Still at Play.
Washington, April 29. Federal
troops have been ordered to the Colo
rado strike zone and at the same time
President Wilson telegraphed to Colo
rado a proclamation calling upon all
persons to lay down their arms and
repair to their homes.
On behalf of the president, Secre
tary Tumulty announced that the
troops had been sent only after both
U. S. senators from,, Colorado, the
state congressional delegation and
both parties to the labor controversy
had united In the request.
Denver, Col. April 29. Within a,
few hours six troops of U. S. cavalry,
backed by the power of the nation,
will be on the ground or on. the way,
with instructions to stop the -bloodshed
in Colorado "even if it is neces
sary to shoot to kill to accomplish
Trinidad and Walsenburg reported
by telephone and teelgraph that sol
diers at the Walsen and Robinson
mines and the ridges west of Walsen
burg had mounted machine guns and
were sending a hail of lead not 'only
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