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FUNSTON'S TROOPS TAKE OVER VERA CRUZ
HOYNE OPENS WAR AGAINST TAXDODGING
, CASE OF MRS, JULIUS ROSENWALD FIRST J
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THE DAY BOOK
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VOL. 3, NO. 181 Chicago, Thursday, April 30, 1914
CLAIM STRIKER WAS KILLED WHILE
HELD A MILITARY PRISONER
Militiamen Swear To It Rancher Testifies at Inquest
That He Saw Militiamen Set Fire To Ludlow
Tent Colony 25 Dead in 72 Hours. "
72 HOURS OF BLOODSHED IN COLORADO
April 27 One killed at Chandler mine.
April 28 Six, wounded, three probably fatally, at
-Hecla mine. Two killed, four wounded at Walsenburg.
April 29 Five to eight killed, three seriously
wounded at Walsenburg. Nine to eleven dead, six se
riously wounded at Forbes mine.
This is added to the 72 known killed in the course of
the strike war up to Sunday. The estimate of 72 dead
, previous to Sunday is very conservative. Most estimates
run to at least 150 and some above 200.
Trinidad, Col.t April 30. That Louis Tikas, leader of the Ludlow tent