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FEDERA LTROOPS ARE DUE AT
By J. H. Furay.
Denver, April 30. At Forbes nine
are dead, six wounded; at Walsen
burg five known dead, three wound
ed, three more may be""dead.
Colorado stood aghast today in
contemplation of this bloody sum
mary of the human havoc wrought
within the past twenty-four hours by
its own citizens, fighting each other
to the death in the coal strike zone
of southern Colorado.
As a result of a day of battling,
-Forbes coal camp of the Rocky Moun
tain Fuel Company, north of Trini
dad, is today a smoking ruin and mili
tiamen and strikers at Walsenburg
are resting under an armed truce,
awaiting the arrival of United States
cavalry to take command of the situ
ation. That only the coming of the federal
soldiers prevented still greater car
nage none now doubts. Strikers, mili
tia and mine guards throughout
southern Colorado are in a state of
high excitement, but the counsel of
their leaders prevents them from fly
ing at each other's throats and re
newing the fighting.
The second squadron of the Fifth
U. S. Cavalry -with Major W, A. Hol
brook commanding, was due in Trini
dad today. As soon as it arrives the
troops will be sent to Walsenburg to
restore peace and order and relieve
the militia at that camp. Whether the
strikers there will peaceably disarm
remains to be seen. Their leaders
have promised that they will turn
over their weapons to the federal
troops and to none other. Acting un
der the proclamation issued when
President Wilson called out the gov
ernment soldiers, demanding the sur
render of arms, Major Holbrook will
demand that the strikers keep 'their
GET OFF THE UNFAIR LIST
White City has signed agreements
with the Cooks', Waiters' and Bar-
tenders' unions, thereby gettmgol
the unfair jist of the Chicago U'eaej,-
ation of Labor. i
Riverview Park and Forest arKi
also have union agreements. v
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The weather that we're getting-,
Just fits this time of year. sv&
Remember this is April, that'scVv
The reason cold is here. r-V '"
You'd best get out your overcoat
And brush it up and wear it. -
We've got to take what comes our
So let's just grin and bear it. ,r :
P. S. Hey! gimme some ofLtha
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GAMES FOR TODAY
St. Louis at Chicago.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
New York at Boston. '
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Baltimore at Chicago .
Buffalo at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis.
Brooklyn at Kansas City.
Chicago at Detroit.
Cleveland at St. Louis.
Boston at New York.
Washington at Philadelphia.
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WEATHER FORECAST i
Mostly cloudy , today, and Fnqayjpi,