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that none of them recognized his gov
It is believed that the U. S. will
minimize the Tampico Hag incident,
yjvith the idea that the elimination of
'Huerta is more imnortant than the
i A salute to the flag.
iic pi caiuciii iiaa aciik insiiubkiviia
to Rear Admiral Badger to avoid any
conflicts with the Mexican federals.
Leavenworth", Kan. Within week,
possibly less, Port Leaven-worth will
be totally denuded of troops for first
time since Spanish American wan
Aguascaliantes, Mex. Mob drag
ged fifty Americans off., train at this
point, threatening to murder women
and children. Huerta's soldiers im
prisoned the fifty after rescuing them
from the mob U. S. Consul Schmutz
Vera Cruz. Martial iaw has been
declared here. Admiral 'Fletcher de
termined there should be no more
quibbling, with Mexican officials re
garding forms of government and un
tii further notice the residents here
will live and be judged by martial law.
Galveston, Tex. Six steamers
bringing 2,654 American refugees
from Tampico and Vera Cruz arrived
here. Believed -before end of -week
there will be 5,000 refugees here.
Washington. U. S. Consul Gen.
Philip C. Hanna at Monterey reported
to' Sec'y Bryan that he had been
placed in jail by Mexican federal offi
cers on April 22 and released two days
later by the constitutionalists when
rv J they captured the city.-
L President Wilson demands that in
any plan of settlement Huerta must
go constitutional government be re
stored in Mexico, and full apology
made for outrages against the honor
of the United States.
Huerta demands that the United
States forces be withdrawn from
Mexican territory; that the revolu
tionists be ignored in any negotia-
tions unless they accept the terms of
his general proclamation", of amnesty
and that he be recognized as the pro
visional presidejft of Mexico. ...
San Antonio, Tex. Federals and
rebels in Coahuila state combining
against Americans is news Drought
here by E-. A. Rolson of Coahuila Coal
Co. of New York at Palano, Mexico.
GEN. CHASE AND TROOPS ARE ,
ON WAY TO FIGHT MINERS?
Denver, Col April 27. Gen. John
C. Chase, adjutant general, and 200
militiamen earl ytoday were en route
from Ludlow to the Chandler mine
near Canon City, where mine guards
and strikers fought all of Sunday.
According to a statement by Chase,
the strikers have broken tie truce
which was declared last Friday night
and that he can now move his troops
to suppress lawlessness. He will not
attempt to send soldiers to Trinidad,
he says, unless disorder should occur
there of sufficient importance to war
rant such action.
Meantime the eyes of all Colorado
are on Washington. Dispatches from
there said the president and secretary
of war conferred Sunday regarding
the Colorado situation and made ten-i
tative plans to send United States
troops in response to the appeal sent
Saturday night by Gov. Amnions.
Twenty Pueblo men left that city,
Sunday for a point near Florence,
in Fremon county, to inspect a mine -supposed
to contain radium ore. Near.
Florence five men suddenly emerged
from a hut at the side of the roadi
and fire rifles. Instantly the machine
was fired on from various points ini
the hills, about 500 shots being dis-1
charged. Gilbert Murray, J. Schmidt!
and J.. Leithead were wounded. The i
men say the assailants were strikers J
waiting in the hills to attack minea
One of the most dramatic mass?
meeting n Colorado history was held?
here yesterday when five thousand!
men and women gathered in the rain,
on the state house lawn'and adopted i
resolutions denouncing the militia-
men who participated in the Ludlow a
massacre. The resolutions "branded" r
Gov. Animons and Lieu-Gov. Fjt-
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