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unhappiness to which centuries of
tradition condemn them.
The only escape from the lonely,
isolated life of perpetual mourning is
through the "easier way" which
brings even harsher punishments in
India than it does in America for it
is hopeless in its ostracism and eter
nal in its condemnation to an ageless
While royal commissions are inves
tigating civil service and the machin
ery of government, they have left the
women of India in the position they
have occupied for ages and school
girls and elder unfortunates are giv
ing their answer of defiance to the
power ot tradition but the answer is
their own tragic, untimely deaths.
FEAR TROUBLE IN CELEBRATION
AT IRELAND TODAY
London, July 13. With the parade
and demonstration in celebration of
the anniversary of the battle of
Boyne scheduled in Ireland today,
the government is admittedly ap
prehensive of word that the spark
which may put all Ulster ablaze had
been struck. Sunday closed quietly,
however, with only minor disturb
ances and it is possible that the
parade of the Orangemen may pass
without serious trouble.
Sir Edward Carson was the prin
ciple speaker at the Belfast celebra
tion today. Leaders on both sides
urged their followers to avoid tak
ing the initiative in any action that
might result in rioting.
Declared that 40,000 rounds of
ammunition have been smuggled in
to Ulster during the past week by the
AUTOS HAVE BIG TOLL
New York, July 13. 2 dead and 13
injured was yesterday's toll in auto
accidents in and around New York.
It is believed, one of the injured will
Mrs. Agnes Tone, 39, was killed
saving 3-year-old son from speeding
auto driven by James Sweeney.
Mrs. James Orr, Vineland, N. J.,
killed and husband and 4 children
badly injured when auto upset.
THE BANK MESS
Federal and state grand juries will
begin probe today.
Att'y Gen. Lucey and Bank Exam
iner Harkin will ask receiver for State
Bank of Calumet.
Receiver Niblack may announce
this afternoon how much depositors
can expect to receive.
Federal grand jury may grant im
munity to bank directors who come
across with testimony.
Many other recent bank failures
may be probed by federal grand jury,
according to Dis't Att'y Wilkerson.
Bank Examiner Harkin will be first
witness before Cook county grand
jury. Mrs. Mary Kuhns Brady may
SHE SUSPECTED IT
He What a lovely old world estate
this is with its winding drives, and
hedges, and even a gate-keeper's
She So that's the lodge? Well, I
should have known the gatekeeper
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