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his batting eye when he was forced
out of the g&me, and Tinker had been
pasting the pill with vim.
Another of the new teams debuts
fin the North Side today, Doe Gessler
oeing billed tQ appear with his train
ot Pittsburghers. Gessler's gang is
in last position, and they should fur
nish the locals the means of climbing
into the first division.
U. S. CAVALRYMEN RUN AGAINST
Trinidad, Col., May 1. U. S. cav
alrymen sent to restore order in the
Southern Colorado coal fields en
countered their first serious compli
cation today following announce
ment of Major W. A. Holbrook, com
manding, that he would demand that
mine guards remain strictly on the
mine properties and that the strikers
stay away from these properties.
As a result, strikers declared that
they are seriously considering a re
fusal to disarm at the behest of the
Holbrook's announcement is con
strued by them as meaning that he
would ask the miners to surrender
their weapons, while allowing the
guards to keep theirs as long as they
stay on mining property. Inasmuch
as the strikers contend that the at
titude of the guards and their pos
session of their guns while the strik
ers had none, caused the entire trou
ble in Colorado, they threaten- to
ignore the order. "
A protest may be made to Wash
ington against the disarming of one
side in the bitter controversy with
out disarming the other.
At Walsenburg. the scene of the
most sanguinary fighting between
militia and strikers, Captain C. C.
Smith andj65 men of Troop G, Second
U. S. Cavalry was in charge. Smith
held o long conference during the
night with Donald MacQregor and the
other strike leaders but no determina
tion regarding the- disarming of min
ers was jeached.
The neutrality of the'soldiers was
displayed at Walsenburg "when. Cap
tain Smith arrested six Colorado mili
tiamen against whom complaiats had
been lodged by a saloonkeeper, whose
place had been looted of fifty bottles
bottles of whisky, 25 boxes of cigars
and some personal effects.
There is generally a friendly feeling
hetween the strikers and regular sol
diers. Militiamen will be withdrawn
from this district at once.
The Show Girl Can't you raise
anything up here?
The Comedian Not now. But I
used to have quite a shock of hair.
The Show GirL What scared it
The Comedian Tee-hee the
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used in this recipe. Tear lettuce into
small, uniform pieces. Chop two
young onions. Put one tablespoon of
salad oil into frying pan. Add lettuce
and onion.' Salt and pepper to taste.
Mix all together and when well heat
ed but not soft add two eggs, well
beaten. Fold into the lettuce. Cook
two or three minutes andserve with