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WILSON AND HUGHES WOMEN
STAGE A LITTLE RIOT
. Chicago women, politically in
clined, staged another little riot out
in front of the Auditorium Tuesday
night after the Progressive-Wilson
meeting -was over. Mrs. J. A. H. Hop
kins and companions waited for the
crowd and handed out posters an
nouncing a National Woman's party
mass meeting for Sunday, Nov.5. It
was in the interest of Hughes. As
soon as the crowd got next to what
the posters were the cry of "Wilson"
went up. One frail ilttle woman, a
strong Wilson fighter, . grabbed a
packet of the posters from a Hughes
woman- and threw them into the air.
The crowd went into an uproar.
Policemen were appealed to by the
Hughes women. The cry of "Wilson"
kept up. Finally Police Serg't H.
Bremen was asked by a WHson wom
an if it wasn't against the law to
fcand. gut bills on,t&e street, Bremen
said it was and put a stop to the bill
handing. Then the crowd broke up,
but still yelling "Wilson."
Mrs. Hopkins is leader of the Na
tional Woman's party. With her were
the Misses Perle Dunham, Alice Paul,
Virginia Arnold and Joy Young.
TODAY WITH THE CANDIDATES
Socialist. Allan L. Benson will
speak at Wichita, Kan., tonight
Republican. Chas. E. Hughes is
scheduled to make a night speech in
Terre Haute, Ind.
Democratic. Pres. Wilson went
to Buffalo for a night speech.
Prohibition. J. Frank Hanly is
campaigning in Pennsylvania and
will make night address at, Harris
burg. New York. llga Florman asks
court to increase her allowance from
estate of her father to $75,000 a year,
as she can't live on $25,000 a year,