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Hill, going to ward the Lloyd
v Two broken hat pins, which
evidently had been used in setting
up the bombs, were found in a
front room after the explosion.
Scotland Yard detectives today
called on Mrs. Emmeline Pank
hurst, leader of the militant Wo
men's Social and Political Union
and questioned her.
Mrs. Pankhurst denied any
knowledge of the dynamiting.
"There are plenty others besides
ourselves," she said, "who have
grudges against Lloyd George
and might have taken this way of
avenging themselves."' i
The building of Walton-on-Hill
was finished last week. The
decorators put on the finishing
WEBB WON'T EAT "HOME
A woman, dressed in black,
who refused to give her name,
took what she said were home
made biscuits to Robert ("Ted
dy") Webb today in his cell at
the Hyde Park police station.
"I thank you very much," said
Webb, and then ,as he gazed after
the retreating form of the wo
man, he added: "I won't eat
them. I'm too young to die yet,
and I never saw that woman in
all my life before."
Webb amused himself oday
by looking up the police records
to- find out if by any chance he
had omitted any of his hold-ups
in his confession.
The police are still hunting for
the three wealthy automobile ac-
cessory dealers, who led Webb in
to stealing autos and auto parts.
These men bought the stolen
goods from Webb. One of them
supplied the money with which
Webb got out of Chicago after
the killing of Detective Hart. An
other of them was to give Webb
$300 the day Webb was captured.
As soon as Webb was arrested,
the three business men closed up
their homes and disappeared. The
police will not give out the names
of the fences.
Policeman John Lambert of
the Stock Yards station was at
tackedby fifteen boys in Tracy's
saloon and poolroom at Root and
Butler street today. He was bad
ly bitten on the right hand by one
of the boys. He captured two.
Lambert was carrying out the
order of Chief McWeeny to 'stop
loitering in saloons and pool
rooms when attacked.
Eleven Lane Technical high
school boys were arrested in a
raid on the poolroom of Peter
Andrews. One of the boys,
Adolph Doe, 17, was fined $50
and costs by Judge Newcomer.
The others were discharged. An
drews was fined $50 and costs.
Three men suspected of being
members of Trilby Thompson's
gang were arrested by the En
glewood police today. One is a
former private detective.
Lady Could you possibly
have rescued your friend who
was captured by cannibals? Afri
can Traveler Unfortunately
not. When I arrived he was al
ready scratched off the menu