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THE HIKERS ARE GAME
Princeton, N. J., Feb. 14. Un
daunted by the rough reception
they received yesterday from
Princeton students, the suffra
gette army took up the' march for
Washington this morning.
"Our feet may besore, but they
are not cold, and we will stick to
the capital," declared Gen. Rosa
lie Jones, unhooking a portion of
her hikers which had caught on a
One rude male photographer
was banished -from the party be-1
cause he tried to "snap" Gen.
Jones on the fence.
A few of the suffragettes were
cast down when they learned the
mule carrying their baggage was
not a "perfect lady." The mule
and newspapermen are the only
males on the march.
"How's your husband this
morning, Mrs. Finnegan?" "Oh,
he's very poorly, yer riverence.
And it's a mighty expensive dis
ease he's got. The doctor says I'm
to keep him in good spirits l"