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"The militants have- only succeed
ed in smashing his glass eye so far,
but we'll get him yet!"
She justifies the actions of the
place. The Flor de KnispetsNof,. St
Paul' broke the five-man record, roll
Constant Le Marin pinned Charley
Cutler to the mat twice-'at the Globe
theater last. night. Time, 25:08 and
-Joe Sherman beat Jake Abel
eight rounds at Memphis.
-The California jury trying the $75,
000 breach of promise case, of Miss
Nelhe Frakes against .Fred Snod
grass, Giant outfielder, disagreed and
was. discharged. Snodgrass will now
report to McGraw. T
NO CORSETS OR HATS FOR
Washington, March 11. Elizabeth
Freeman, the British militant suffra
get who drove to fame in the "little
vellow waeon" with General Rosalie
Jones' army, doesn't wear any sort
of a prefix oja her name. Also she
doesn't wear "hats or corsets and
prides herself on one-piece gowns of
her own design. She is as eager to
reform woman's dress as to change
her political , status.
"The tyranny of clothes Is one of
the first shackles that woman must
sunder," declares this bundle of fem
"But she doesnt need the vote to
do that, does she?" Elizabeth was
asked. - '
'''Woman needs the vote to learn
how to think;" came the answer
quick as a flash, "and until she does
know how to-think she will not dis
card the silly absurdities of fashion."
'And as for her own mentality, well,,
just startElizabeth Freeman on the
subject of English militancy1 and
presently you'll be startled to 'find
yourself agreeing, that a little dyna-.
mite before breakfast in. a premier's
house is a proper pastime, that
smashing windows- is a creditable
performance, and tfiatburning a the
ater 'or, two for the "cause"' is mere
ly an af ternner pleasantry. ' v
il'You have to-hit John Bull afcrack
idthe.eye.to.wakenim.up. . .
suffragetts on the' ground that vlo''
lence is .the customary procedure in '
England in. gaining any xeform..
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