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Field Artillery of the Ninth Imperial Army (German) Retreating From the
Gates of Paria.
MRS. FUNK IS FINED FOR FREE
SPEECHING MAKE TEST CASE
A remitted fine of $5 imposed upon
Mrs. Antoinette Punk, BufCrage lec
turer of Chicago, in Minot; N.-D., has
aroused the women vote seekers over
all the country.
Mrs. Funk was arrested while ad
dressing a crowd of 5,000 farm hands
in a public square in Minot and was
booked for disorderly conduct
She asked td see the statutes of
the state that denied her free speech
and was told that they were locked
up in -a safe and could not be reached.
Mrs. Funk was tried and fined '$5
for breaking the peace and denied
'the wish of the judge who intended
to remit the fine. An appeal will be
taken as the women believe the trial
may be important as a test case.
WAITRESSES TO DANCE
Waitresses of Local No. 484 will
hold annual dance Saturday, Oct 3,
In Coliseum Annex at 8 o'clock. Tick
ets from members are 25. cents. At
door, 50 cents.
There was a young fellow qkite
Who lived to write stuff that was .
But he'd say: "It's your mind
That is evil inclined
What you're thinkings is far from