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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 26, 1912, Image 17

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On their way out to Idora-Park
one night this week a couple of
middle-aged women inquired of
J the conductor as to the nature of
the entertainment m the Ca
sino Thejater.
"It's a play,ij replied the con
ductor, "and it's called HeY Inno
cent' Husband."
'"Innocent husband, nothing,"
retorted the woman, "there ain't
ho such thing."
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TWO EVILS
"Matrihiony is a i.step in the
dark." .Ji
'Merely'another way of saying
that it jars 'you like the step that
isn't there)-eh?" v
KIN LITTLE OLD NEW
YORK
By Norman.
New York, March 26.
The damage that England's
militant, suffragets" did to
windows,' policemen and
other substantial articles
was pretty fully recounted
in the reports of the recent
London outbreak. But the
damage they did their own
cause is only coming to be
realized by the leaders of
the movement in this city
as they receive their private
advices of the developments
which have followed the
rioting.
The British museum is
closed to the public, except
for the reading room, to
which people with library
tickets are admitted. The
corridors of the great picture gal
leries, usually thronged with vis-
ltors, are deserted, except for an
occasional guard. The-same poli
cy is in force at the Royal acad
emy, Hampton Court palace, and
other buildings which contain na
tional treasures.
Fear: "Mad Women.':
The coal strike has nothing to
do with this ; it is the fear of the
custodians that the '"mad women"
will carry their vandalism even
into ttfese precincts.
The "mad women" are no long
er a joke. Nor, so far a Ameri
can suffragists v can learn, have
they become a national force.
They are regarded simply as a
national menace. Letters from
more conservative leaders of the

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