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THE IWCK TSUAXO AKGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913.
IS THE BIGGEST WORD
In Mosenfelder Sons
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Rock Island, Illinois
TO ACCEPT CASH
Money Earned in America to be
Used for Benefit of Cause
EXPECT NO CRITICISM
Tactics of Militants Will Not Be Urged
to Suffragists of trio United
Paris. Oct. 10. Mrs. Emmeline
1'unkhurnt, pn-parlng to sail for New
York, said yesterday that the thinks
It proper for her to take money for
her American speeches und that she
ilix'S not believe that Dr. Anna Shaw
aud other American sufTranists ser
iously critkited her for her Intention
to do so.
"I cannot believe that Dr. Shaw ex
pressed disapproval of me speaking
for money or that she was correctly
juoted as faying sh? reftreta my conv
lr.s. Mrs. Tankhurst said. "There
must he some mistake. 1 chose this
Mm for an American trip because the
I ritish parliament is not sitting and
I am fully recovered from the rav
iRes of my dreadful prison exper
iences. ; "1 believe that my contract with
Americans will encourage both them
and me. I will not get the money
that I collected. It will go to the
British suffraget cause. In all world
movements it 19 legitimate for one
branch to obtain assistance from another.
UIIJ.O'OT AtVIK MILITANCY.
"I do not presume to advise the
American suffragists. They are doing
splendidly. I shall not advise mili
tancy In America. I shall only explain
our own fight and our attitude on the
social evil questions. Militancy is not
necessary in America; in England we
could not obtain the vote without it.
"Were . we men, cannon already
would have been used. Ulster la drill
ing soldiers for violent resistance to
home rule. Women put life above
property. The government's position
is the opposite. Americans ought to
understand that. They bad several
(clashes with the British. Our move
ment Is a real revolution and you can
not ftgit with rosewater.
"After my American tour I shall re
turn to England, where I an schedul
ed to speak. I shall fight until the
government .realizes that its position
is insufferable and gives us the vote.
"I am not preparing to fight for ad
mission to America. I cannot believe
that the Ellis island authorities will
serioualy object to my entry.
"On technical grounds I am assured
there can be no hindrance to my vis
iting the United States. The only
opposition is raided by opponents of
IKC!IO BLOW TO MOME.1.
London. Oct. 10. The belief of the
militant incendiaries that under the
"cat and mouse" act they are assured
NEW MINISTER TO VENEZUELA AND
FAMILY ON THEIR WAY TO CARACAS
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Here's a pure food movement!
Make the refrigerator sweet and clean,
Grease, dirt and germs vanish Before it
It cleans everything.
Se and larger packages.
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serve, Mrs. Mary Adams of Mason City
being the choice. All the fight came
about the incorporation of the "Iowa
Equal Suffrag - association" last fall
to do away with the "Iowa Woman's
Suffrage association," Incorporated 20
years ago and having 30 years yet to
run. Mrs. Stevens, who was one of
the original, incorporators, objected to
the new organization which, however.
this afternoon named Miss Dunlap pre
siding officer of the convention and
will in all probability elect her presi
dent tomorrow. Mrs. Stevens then
withdrew from the contention. Later
the new corporation took over the old
CAMERON DAM BATTLE IS
. FOLLOWED BY ROMANCE
Flint, Mich., Oct 10. A romance
which centers about he making of a
motion plctjre of the battle of Cam
eron Dam., Wis.,' developed here yes
terday when B. Eugene Newman, who
gave bis address as 3821 Clarendon
avenue, umcago, announced nis en
gagement to .Miss Myra M. Dietz,
heroine of the siege, which resulted in
injury to herself and the conviction
and sentencing to life imprisonment
of her father, John F. Dietz, for shoot
ing a deputy sheriff.
Newman met Miss Dietz while she
was in an Ashland, Wis., hospital, suf
fering from the bullet wound. After
her recovery he suggested making a
photo play dealing with the siege.
While the picture was being made at
Cameron Dam he proposed marriage
and Miss Dietz accepted.
That was last month. Formal an
nouncement of the engagement will
be made at Miss Dietz's home at a
party to be given In a short time.
St. Louis Local postofflce Inspect
ors announced the arrest, in Poplar
Bluffs, Mo., of Frank B. Warner, for
merly general manager of a coramis-
Big dance Armory hall
Saturday evening. Surprise
for all. Music by Wrixon's
sion company of Willow Springs. Mo.,
on a charge of using the malls to de
fraud through offering false prices for
butter, eggs and poultry.
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lira. Preston BlcGoodwin and aoa.
Mrs. Preston McGoodwln and son, Preston, Jr., the wife and son of the
newly appointed American minister to Venezuela, have recently left Wash
ington and are now on their way with Mr. McGoodwln to Caracas, Ven
esuela, his new post. ' Mrs. McGood win Is a daughter of C. E. Curtice, a
Missouri newspaper publisher, and has been married eight years.
speedy release from prison by "hunger
striking" and could then repeat their
offense, received a rude shock today
by the announcement of the home sec
retary that Miss May Richardson,
who has been in prison since Oct. 4 on
the charge of arson and who has been
refusing food since her arrest, would
not be given her freedom! The prison
authorities have been instructed to
resort to forcible feeding if necessary
to prevent the Incendiaries from starv
ing themselves to death. The home
secretary says the act will continue to
be applied as heretofore to crinor suf
fraget offenders whose crimes do not
include acts of serious violence.
iowa woxes v row.
Boone, Iowa, Oct. 10. The threat:
ened split In the suffrage party of
Iowa was averted yesterday " after a
strenuous fight between Mrs. Jennie
L. Wilson of Cedar Rapids and Mies
Flora Dunlap of Des Moines. At one
s'age of the state convention proceed
ings, Mrs. Rowena Stevens, wife of
the progressive candidate for governor
last fall, passed the lie to Miss Dun
lap. Neither Miss Dunlap, who was
elected acting president after Miss
Safford resigned, nor Mrs. Wilson, the
vice president, wore permitted to
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