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VJfcfcST EdITiON ' ' J" .' LAST EDITION
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rfGHTAGAtrfST ftN'AR. PftWF.RS AND EFT7NG
lHUERTA GIVES HIS SOLDIERS FREE BOOZE
1 as Second-Class 34atter April 23,, 1914, At tie Postoffice at Chicago, .
UL, Under tie Act of' March 3, 1 9.
HE DAY BOOK
p .- An Adless Daily Newspaper. $&
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N.'D. Cochran, -iialMii&i&: Tel.;. MTtrbe .353.
E&lbf and Publisher. jnKBSr By "Mali, Except in
putb TPeoria St. yfSf Chicago43 a tfear
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ifiiiiuir Tn mmmi$t
STRIKE BLAMED ON
fS&n ofth&'Rt&iest Man in the World" WillBe Guarded
Bay land Wight Fallowing Threats Made on. His -t
- LifeMinrSsHiive, Been Ready to 'Arbitrate'
mv DkC: May 1. Rlans
njfettemptkt conciliation of
LlKbfiKMKtrike vyi(ibe formed, at
ft ngMtbig scheduled for late thi?a'ft
:$Ggffify Setyetary of Cabor Wll
"iWrffeir pavTe$ df Lexington,
rpmAmtj: mme .Kentucky Mine
gWjriOrs'' As&seatiqn, and. William R.
rad.ey of BfmlfngnamAIa of the
United MiWorfcartOf America.
TrtnidaaCflVlav 1-U. S. cav-
jfrymen sent tfVestore order in tile
' i ooh! neias- -en-tVelmii
cation' today, following, annotuwje- .
ment of Major W-. AHolbrookoni
mandingr that he would demand that
mirie guards remain strictly, oa fSie
mia'e properties and that the striker
stay away ;frbm these properties.
As A result, strikers dicttrecf that
fEey are seriously (nsJderiitt; tf -wk
fseal to disarm at the beieWoC the
HoibrookV announeemiajtji eon,
strued by them asmefitaihg that. he
would ask. the miners to surrender
their weapons, whjEte aHdwing- the
guards to keep theirs alongas they
stay 6a mining property, inasmuch