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VOL. 3; NO. 102- Chicago; Wednesday, Jan.- 28, d'9i4- ONE;-CENT
HYSTERICS OVER BARBARISM CAN
START RIGHT HERE IN U. S.
Shuddering That We Do for Russia's Barbarous Tactics
Should Be Saved for Doings In the Copper Country
T "Czar" Chase a United States Militia
Man, Makes That Point.Certain '
' f ' B.Y JANE WHITAKER
- InCdlorado that wonderfully beautiful part of '-the world that God
must- have taken, such pleasure, in creating, since he breathed into its very
air a life-giving balm a' little man riding on a horse lost his .balance the
other day, and slipped to the ground. And when women and children
laughed with irrepressible mirth he ordered the militia, to ride" them down.
It seems almost incredible for Colorado is not only one of the1 garden
spots of the earth, but she is a progressive state, where women were some
timer ago' granted equal suffrage.
And, in such a state happened that, which, had it occurred in darkest
'Russia at the "order of a czar notorious for his cruelty, would have aroused7"
the civilized world. Newspapers would have, screamed it in headlines;
women's clubs would have discussed it; mass meetings would have been
held, in jSrotestj yet it caused less than a ripple of excitement in civilised,
progressive .Colorado. . ". .
General John Chase has assumed the prerogatives of a czar over the
striking minersi and" like-all. little men in big positions he has shown his
power by the extent of his viciousness. J
He. lias imprisoned that intrepid little" woman, with silvery white hair,