Three Killed in Irish War.

BELFAST, April 7.-- Charles Slevin, John Devine and Daniel Doherty, residents of Dromore, County Tyrone, were removed from their homes last night by armed men and their bodies found outside the village this morning. It is believed they were victims of reprisals for attacks made upon crown forces Tuesday night.

Nine survivors of the hunger strike conducted in the Cork jail by Sinn Fein prisoners last Autumn have been removed from that jail to the detention barrack's connected with military headquarters there. This step was taken by the authorities because of a sensational attempt about two weeks ago to rescue some of the men.

Reno (Nevada) Evening Gazette, April 7, 1921.