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Entered as Second-Class Matter April 2l, 1914, at the Postofflce at'
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An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N: D. Cochran,
Editor and Publisher.
.500 South Peoria. St.
Tel. Monroe 353.
By MaiL Except in
Chicago, $3 aYear
VOL 3, NO. 233 Chicago, Wednesday, July1, 1914
ONE CENT ,
CHAMPION MILITANT GIVES HER
REASONS FOR RIOTS IN LONDON
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"Every Woman Should Carry a Hammer" S&y&tnnie
-- Kenney .Wjants To See a Call for"flfore ,-Pfrf-'Woe
Pleaded for Year ,'
Now We Must Fight.", V" " -
BY ANNIE KENNY.
The Original Militant.
The policy of the Women's Social
and-Political Union, the militant or
ganization, is the attack on property,
and on property alone. This policy
has undergone no change.
The policy of attacking human life
is left to the militant opponents of
home rule in Ireland. The militant
watoen continue to respect human
been intensified by the 'government's
recent measures ofcoerslon.
What are we gofng to-do? We have
got to fight on! I should like to see on
the sandwich boards all over London,
the phrase, "Wanted More mili
tants!" - "
No woman ought to go out without
a hammer in her pocket. You? who,
cannot break windows, for goodnesai
sake get on with something else! Ev
ery one can ''do" a pillar-box. t is
the duty.f every suffragef'to go on
agackfog' aha attacking,, whenever
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