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V cj . g T L W ' tf ! IJ ' '
lias no rear platform and that's
where the extra space comes in?
the old back vestibule-being filled
" The concern putting out the
car claims it will reduce by onef.
half the number of accidents. .
One defect manifests itself in
stantly. Having but one exit, at
one end, passengers in the rear of
a crowded car would take some
time to travel its length to get off.
ANOTHER OUTBREAK AT
LAWRENCE . ,
Lawrence, Mass., March 6.
Early this morning striking
workers began to gather, around
the Arlington mills, where a de
termined effort is being made to
break the strike.
The strikers offered no vio
lence. They had corners, pickets,
merely to "beg those'still working
to quit. But the police charged
The strikers, broke and ran.
Then they reformed. "Let's
stand," cried one of the bolder
spirits among them.
The police sent for the militia.
A company of the soldiers ap
peared and chased the strikers up
the side streets.
Ten women and five men were
arrested and charged with intim
idation, assault and violation of
the city ordinances. Most of
them were fined amounts vary
ing from $10 to $15.
Two women, however, Louisa
Barilla and Gaetana Maltigria,
were remanded to jail until to
morrow afternoon, having been
found guilty of intimidation.
IN LONDON 1JAIL
LohdoniMarch & Alice Mor
gaj) Wright, daughter of H. R.
fright, .pf. Albany N. Y., has
been sehtenced to two months'
hard labor 'in Hollo way jail for
too ardently showing her enthu
siasm for the cause of equal suffrage-.
An effort was made to see the
-young American girl today; but
'the authorities would not permit
this. , J-
"Miss Wright-is scrubbing the
floors just now, and would not
like company," said the superin
tendent of the jail. ''
Alice Morgan "Wright grad
uated from Smith, colege as a
member 6f the classrof "1904. Her
fa'ther "is"aAvelIr -know business
man inAlbafny. '
Since Her graduation, Miss
Wright -has! become famous as a
sculptor. A life-size figure of
"CainrBrought her renown in
Paris "last year and a heroic fig
ure of Sir Henry-Irving, designed
by her;- will formpart of the dec
oration s-in the Davehport thea
ter, New York.
tonight and Thurs
day;" for Chicago
and vicinity; slowly
about 14 degrees
above zero; light moderate east
erly winds, .
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