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FEAR MAYS GIRL HAS
FALLEN INTO HANDS
THREE WERS KILLED
IN SPITE OF THE WAR
Entered as Second-CIaas Matter April 21, 1914, at! the Postofflce at v.
Chicago, DL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. '
THE DAY BOOK
An Adtess Batty Newspaper.
.' ' Daily Except Sunday.
N. D. Cochran, jglsgtjfc Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. T$gfijggrjI g IftdSi, Except in
50Q South -Peoria St. 398 ChicagOt $3 a Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 190
Chicago Mbnday, May 11, 1914
N. D. COCHRAN'S REPLY TO AN OHIO
PAPER ON BELLIGERENT RIGHTS
Were the Colorado Miners Justified In Fighting Back?
Or Should They Tamely Submit To Murder Because J
the Government That Murdered Women
and Children Is Their Government?,
. BY N, D. COCHRAN
In a recenwsse o The Day Book I suggested as a-simple remedy (or
such industrial outrages as were committed in Colorado, that the workers'
be given, belligerent Trights, and made' this statement:
"When mine owners, for example, are permitted to maintain private?
armies to .protect their property, let the miners have full right to arm them
selves." An Ohio paper answers by saying that the people of Colorado should
ha the land of government they choose; and adds: "If the people of Col
orado, for instance, want a cowardly, brutal and impotent government, such
as they have, they should have it It i& their own government and they can
Change it to suit themselves. It is their fault if they don't, provKfe'for t&ein,j