Firearms Seized InCoal Fields To BeReturned To Owners
(By Evening Herald Leased Wire)Denver, Aug. 20.--The distribution of between 2,000 and 3,000 firearms seized by the Colorado national guard during its occupation of the coal mining districts during the strike of 1913-14, will begin at Trinidad, August 23, according to an announcement made today. The distribution will be in charge of Captain A.H. Dehlene who later will go to Walsenburg to return firearms to former owners.
Firearms seized by the United States troops during their occupation of the strike zone already have been returned.[The Evening Herald, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Friday, August 20, 1915. Vol. 5. No. 122. Pg. 1]