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MOTHER JONES RE-ARRESTED
AT TRINIDAD "Mother" Jones Trinidad, Co!., Jan. 13. "Mother" Jones, leader of the Colorado coal strikers, was arrested by a squad of state militiamen yesterday. Follow ing her arrival from Denver on a Colorado & Southern train she went to the Toltec Hotel. As soon as the military authorities Jearned of her presence JLieut. Nichols and five sol diers took her into custody. Gen. John Chase, commanding the militia, is expected to hold her incommuni cado. "Mother" Jones was deported from Trinidad a week ago and announced hen her intention to return. NORTHUP SAYS HE'LL PROVE SHORT PENCIL BALLOTING Special State's Attorney John E. Northup in his opening speech to the jury yesterday announced that he would prove that Geary, Baranov, Gordon and Rose, all of the 18th ward, short penciled ballots at the election of the fall of 1912. Northup announced he would prove his case by the testimony of McLain, a Socialist watcher, and others; He said that the marking of the ballots favored Maclay Hoyne, Peter Bartzen and Leland S. Rapp, a Republican. TrHIT US By Jim Manee. After kidding, along for a spell And switching around every day, The weather man finally has steered Some real winter weather this way. Spring weather we've had up to now, But a real change has hit us at last. You know what I mean:. Say, turn up the steam; B-r-r! This surely is some winter blast. P. S. Everybody can get V skate on now without being "out of order." o o FIRST COLD WAVE HITS EAST WRECKING GALE BLOWS New York, Jan. 13. Accompanied by a gale that is wrecking signs and breaking windows, and menacing all shipping, the entire East had its first cold" wave today. One man was blown from an elevated platform and nar rowly escaped death. A small boy was blown under the wheels of a taxi. The municipal houses are crowded with the homeless, and there is in tense suffering among the poor. At Saratoga, N. Y., the thermom eter is 20 below zero; at Albany, 14 below; Oswego, 16 below; Syracuse, 15 below; Rochester, 10 below; Little Falls, 20 below; Lockport, 12 below; Buffalo, 9 below; Tonawanda, 15 be low; Hamilton, Ont, 18 below; Erie, Pa., 6 above; Boston, Mass., 4 below; Washington, D. C, 13 above; New York City, 6 above. The cold wave covered Pennsyl vania, New York, New Jersey and New England. WEATHERFORECAST Fair today and probably Wednes day; rising temperature; moderate variable winds, shifting to southerly and increasing.