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NEW TRAGEDY TO INDIANS-WAS
PULLED OFF TODAY
Dolores, Colo., Feb. 26. While a
heavily armed posse surrounded the
band of warring Piutes in Butler
canon near Bluff, another tragedy in
te history of the American Indian
?jas. being enacted today.
'preparations were heing made for
the transfer of upward of 160 friendly
braves and squaws from the lands
they have occupied in the Bluff re
gian to the Ute reservation. The
friendly Indians were rounded up by
government agents and scouts. It is
another case of the Indians being
forced to "move on" in the face of
th constantly advancing whites,.
It has been charged that the trou
ble about Bluff is really a- "cattle
men's war," the attempt to arrest
Hatch, the outlaw, being seized as an
opportunity to war upon all of his
people that they may be driven from
the lands they have occupied. The
friendly Indians are being sent to -the
reservation, it was said, to remove
them from the influence of the hos
fle' Piutes. When the word was
nassed through the camp squaw:
wailed and wept.
MRS. WEBSTER HAS "STORY"
Mrs. William Webster, who shocked
residents of Louisville, Ky., yester
day when she was arrested upon
complaint of inmates of a resort, who
said she was disorderly, refused to
be interviewed yesterday.
However, she gave out word that
an. interview would be granted in a
few days and that she had "some
Relatives of her husband, who is
general freight agent of the Monon
railroad, claim that Mrs. Webster be
came insanely jealous of her husband
and went to Louisville to watch his
Dr. Harriet Alexander of Rogers
ar,k testified that Franklin "New
hall, aged millionaire apple merchant,
Jj meatal -wreck,
By Jim Manee
We've got a mole and we've got, a
We've got a reddish nose.
We've had a corn since when we were
It rests upon one of our toes. &m
vui- buiu win suuil leave vo mmij
And our corn well try to sever.
For corns and colds may come and,
go, ' '
But moles stick bn forever, j- -
P. S. Also we have a wart!
like.atatooed man, nearly!
Sergt James P. Casey of Cottage
Gjove av. station, hit by car at 26th
and Cottage Grove av. Seriously
Fire raged in delipatessen shop of
James Osbora at N. Pine and W. Chi
cago avs. CKildren in Byford school
Wm. Connors, 40, fell or jumped
from 2d story window of Deming
hotel, 305 S. Clark st. Fractured right
August Jantzen, 1240 Burling st,
shpt in battle with robbers in at
tempt to rescue Mrs. Diana Hoffman,
1230 Penn st, dead.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Corn and oate
up; wheat down. Provisions gen
erally higher. May wheat closed at
provement in prices at opening. Later fm
O 0 -
Fair tonight and probably Satur
day;, not much change in tempers
lure; lowest tonight about 24; mod
erate northeast to-east winds. Tem
perature Thursday: Highest, 33; low-