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defunct Kirby Savings bank, tes
tified before federal grand jury in
the perjury investigation which is
an outgrowth of the bankruptcy
hearing of Dr. W. Kirby.
Next city council meeting
Thursday evening, Feb. 6.
22 cars of oranges ordered held
up in C, R. I. & P. Ry. yards by
food inspection bureau.
Detectives raided dive at 2117
Armour av. Three women in
"Grafting politicians here and
elsewhere, at present time, are
amateurs compared to original
plunderers of the people who lived
in Pompeii." Prof. F. W. Nich
ols, supt. of schools, Evanston.
T. Nicklevich, 17, killed in Gay
mills of Illinois Steel Co.
THE WOMEN ARE RAISING
CAIN FOR FAIR
London, Jan. 28. Shouting
their "battle cry of freedom" in
a loud, determined voice, an army
of suffragists took possession of
the London streets today and
proceeded to batter down every
material object that might hinder
their progress. s
Parliament square bore an
alarming resemblance to the
streets of Paris during the
French revolution, early this aft
ernoon, when Inspector McCar
they of Scotland Yard and his
flying squadron, swooped upon
the gathering of militant women
and attempted to disperse them.
The women immediately
brought hammers, axes, brick
bats, stones and iron bars into
oky, and London's finest retreat
ed in disgrace, with the chanting
of the suffragists sounding in
General Flora Drummonds will
this afternoon lead an army of
workingwomen to call upon
David Lloyd-George. George
has said that he will not see them.
Mrs. Despard, who was arrest
ed last night in the riot that fol
lowed the government's with
drawal of the franchise reform
bill, went to jail this morning for
14 days rather than pay a $10 fine.
Another "soldier" was sent to
prison for a week on a charge of
inciting a riot.
There has been a denial that
the young woman arrested in St.
Stephan's Hall is Sylvia Pank
hurst, daughter of Emmeline.
Mrs. Catherine WaUgh Mc
Cullogh, Chicago suffrage leader,
denounced actions of London
suffragettes as "disgrace to the
FRIEDMAN TO COME HERE
New York, Jan. 28.- It has
been announced that Dr. F. E
Friedman, the German scientist,
will arrive here Feb. 5 and demon
trate his cure for tuberculosis.
This information was given out
by Charles E. Finlay, president
ot tne Aetna .national mnK, wno
una S4 v-va iu giy, tuv vjli man
doctor $1,000,000 if his cure
proves successful in HX) cases.
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Over 9,000,000 people are enti
tled to benefits under the old age
pensions law which went into
force in France last year.