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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION
CARRANZA IN ACCORD WITH U. 5. ACTION
FEDERAL PRISONERS ESCAPE BY TUNNEL
I, REFUGEES FAST LEAVING MEXICO CITY J
Entry as Second-Class Matter Applied For.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
Dally Except Sunday.
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VOL.3, NO. 180 Chicago, Wednesday, April 29, 19f4
HOOT TO KILL" ORDER TO BE USED
TION TO STOP COLORADO WAR
Comparative Quiet Reigns Except at Walsenburg
Fighting Has Been On There for Thirty-Six
Hours Homes Riddled by Field Guns.
Leavenworth, Kas., April 29. The
second squadron of the Fifth Cavalry
comprising 300 men and .officers left
Fort Leavenworth for Trinidad, Col.,
at 3 o'clock this morning over the
Missouri Pacific, in command of Cap
tain C. C. Smith.
The squadron was dismounted,
taking only its arms, ammunition and
personal luggage and will arrive at
v Trinidad in about 26 hours.
' Denver, Col., April 29. The "fed
eral invasion" 'of 'the coal strike dis
trict of Southern Colorado began
early today. Troops E and H of the
Twelfth Cavalry, commandea by
Major McClure, reached Denver from
Fort D. A. Russell at daylight and
continued on to Canon City, ivhere
they will make their headquarters in
the pacification of that section.
They constitute the advance guard
of the regular soldiers.
Meanwhile, except at Walsenburg,
comparative quiet reigns. .The news
that President Wilson had sent the
cavalry was received- with great joy
everywhere and even before the de
'tails of his order had. come, mioQ