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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 22, 1911, Image 6

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of diamonds. General' 'raid on
tenderloin because of his murder.
Yuan Shi Kai fears republic
would disrupt China. What have
the republicans been doing up to
date?
.We rumor that the Empress
Mother Lai and her matinee idol
soon will appear in vaudeville in
this country.
Chippewa Falls, Wis., hunter
got so excited he took own team
for deer, "and bagged it. If there
were any other hunters in woods
at time they ought to go down on
their knees and give thanks.
Chas. W. Voss,. pastor Zipn
Lutheran church, Des Moines,
sayscarelessness of ministers in
performing marriage ceremonies
cause'o'f divorce evtl.
Olga Cochran, Zanesville, O.,
married F. -Joy Cochran, Cochoc
ton, last Thursday, and Bennett
Hall, Newport," Ky., ' Saturday.
Says she was under "some
strange influence" during second
- marriage.
One thing against Aldrich bank
pjan is that all bankers seem to be
for it. '
The woman apparently swal
lowed the poison while sitting on
the bench, and then fell over on
her side. ,
WOMANSUICIDESIN PARK
An 'unidentified woman, about
25 years old, and well dressed,
committed suicide today in Hum
boldt Park by swallowing cat
holic acid. Her body was found
i lying on a bench about 8 o'clock
this morning.
A cloth handbag containing 40
cents, but no identification cards
or letters, was found near by. A
bottle that had contained cerbolic
"'acid wis'besfde the bench!'1 nT-
LONDON SUFFRAGETTES
RAISE CAIN 220 JAILED
London, Nov. 22. The mili
tant suffragettes waged actual
wa"r yesterday evening in their
campaign for equal rights, and to
day 220 of them were in Bow;
street court to answer to charges
of obstructing traffic, assaulting
policemen and malicious destruc
tion of property. All of them
spent last night in jail.
Black eyes and scratched faces
were numerous among the pris
oners, and several said their
bodies were masses of bruises.
They charged the police were un
der orders to handle them as "bru
tally as possible, short of inflict
ing serious injury as discourage-1
ment.
Policemen also had a taleof
woe to recite. A number of them
were stabbed by hatpins. Some
had their eyes blackened,' their
noses bruised or teeth knocked
out by brass knuckles in women's
hands.
Miss Mary Oldham, the first
woman -tarraigned this morning,
defied the court to do its worst
She was sentenced to 14 days' im
prisonment, with the option of a
$17.50 fine. She chose the jail
sentence, and the rest of the wo
men are expected to do the sapie.
The leaders say they will do
their utmost to create disorderin
jail, as well as outside it. They
will trfusebrwbf$,Jtrrerisbn at-.

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