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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 31, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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, AIL TROOPS OUT OF COLORADO?
Denver, Col., Dec. 31. Troop L of
.-the Twelfth United States cavalry at
Oak Creek, Cothave completed
preparations to leave the?- Routt
county coal fields today. ' This
marks the beginning of therevacu
ations of Colorado by federal troops,
which have been on duty since the
tragic fighting between coal miners
and militiamen last spring.
Definite arrangements for the
withdrawal 'of the other federal sol
diers from the, state were made at a
' conference today between. Gov. E. M
Amnions and CoL James "Lockett,
commander pf the troops. The machine-guns
platoon and j four troops
of cavalry in the Boulder coal fields
"are expected to leave next week.
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BITS OF NEWS ?
Padded brick 'burglar broke win
dow o'f Peacock's jewelry shop,
State and Adams. Took $200 dia
Fire in three-flat building at Lawn
dalejand Colorado caused $10,000
damage. Frank Held, tenant aroused
Rob't Cavanaugh, 35, clerk, found
dead-inched, Gas. Reason unknown.
Annual report of Capt. Carlandand
life savera show 254 rescued, from
death in lake during past year.
Overheated stove blamed .for de
struction of one-story building occu
pied by the White House Ink Co.,
6935 Kenwood av.
Edward T.- G. Higgs, former hus
band of Nellie Higgs, slayer of Wm.
Willis, L C. conductor, to marry
again. License issued for wedding
with Caroline E. Hunt, Harvey.
State's Att'y Hoyne investigating
action of Mrs. Kozecki, slayer of hus
band. Married brother of slain man.
Removed valuable witness of state.
Unknown man hit by Michigan
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"Calo Qornick maintains that when5 M
a won- an 'has a dressmaker come ter
tht-house stfe spends th first day talk-; g
II Kl UQI Ul IXGOfJIIf IIVI Ww. iw ps
second day she spends complairiin ' -how
slow th' woman is." " .
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CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat, cornK
ana oats up. .rrovisions mgner. j
NEW YORK STOCKS. -SessloA
active in spots. Prices strong.-
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Here are half a dozen health rules
v Eight hours' sleep, ever night.
Keep yQn- bedroom window open,
, No cold bath in the morning, but
a hath at the temperature of the,
body. " , "'
Eat little, meat and be sure it Is
Take frequent and short holidays?
It mav be' suspected that Italy is,,
getting excited 'when police have t$h
put down riotous applause or UDgr-i
daukr-who was executed In jsainpr j?
a pioi 10 assassinate uie euiperut pi- -
Austria. . ., .
risine- temoerature: loweSfctohiei
aboinyi8;s0uth o southjst winrdsV,
increasing rnaay. lempuraiur
Wednesday: Highest, 15; lowest, V
night andFr,iday;15''' y
Entered as second-class matter Jjpril
, iyit, acme posioijice ax unic&?
fientralfedn -will -rite, rennrt at Coun-1 III under the Act of March 3. 1S79..
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