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LAST EDITION V. . : LAST EDITION
FUNSTON'S TROOPS ARRIVE AT VERA CRUZ
CONDITIONS QUIET AT MEXfCO CITY
fe PEACE PLANS STILL KEPT UNDER COVER
Entry as Second-Class Matter Applied For.
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VOL. 3, NO. 179 Chicago, Tuesday, April 28, 1914 ONE CENT
Gov, Ammons Issues Call for Volunteers for State Militia
Boulder County Placed Under Martial Law-'
Armed Truce at an End,
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN COLORADA WAR,
Many fatalities are reported.
Federal troops may be on the way to Colorado be
, Wilson and Sec'y of War Garrison in session. ,
' Administration may answer John D. Rockefeller's
refusal to make a single concession.
Denver, Col., .April 28. Gov. E. M.
Ammons today issued a call for .vol
unteers for the state militia, and sim
ultaneously declared Boulder county,
in the Northern Colorado coal fields,
under martial law.
He also ordered militiamen from
Ganon City to Boulder 'county, tare-