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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 07, 1912, Image 3

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DRAW STIFF SENTENCES.
Dublin, Aug.' 7. Militant suf
fragettes are aghast today at the
punishment meted ut to Mrs.
Mary Leigh . a'ndf. Miss Gladys
Evans, who were qach sentenced
to five years' penal servitude for
attempting to ,burn' the Theater
Hoyalhere July 1& to prevent.
Premier' Asquifh speaking the
following evenirig.'" - . '
Miss Mary Baker' was sentenc
ed to seven toques' in prison as
an accomplice. r
The sentences haye. not been
equaled for severity since the
women began their campaign of
window smashing, riots and as
saults on cabinet members. In the
past the sentences have been frdm
two "to three" days to three
months This is the first time the
women have., been treated as ac
tual criminals.- -
It fa believed-that the sentences
will have a rest,rairiing effect on
otheitsnffragrettes, as the author
ities have threatened to impose
similar 'punishment in the future.'
- Saves Fuel.
DrjLve a nail into the bottom of
a tin-basin which has outlived its
usefulness; attach a penny knob
(from an old coffee pot lid) to it.
Place over irons on ironing day.
They will heat quicker and with
less firel
efcsibtliLL'J&

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