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SUFFRAGETTES ORGANIZING TERROR CAMPAIGN
cially for The Day Book, Jan. 28
shows Mrs. "General" Drurrr
mond (seated') and Miss Ann
Kenney, two of the big leader
ihe headquarters of the Women's
Social and Political Union, at
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. Immediately after the rejection
Jof the "franchise bill" by the En
glish government, the militant
Suffragists threatened a terrible
campaign of violence. At the
present time the threats have be
come a fact.
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Making Soap From Waste Fats.
Dissolve the contents of one
can of lye in one quart of cold
water, boil up in granite or iron
In another kettle heat six
pounds of clean waste grease and
allow to cool; but before the
jgrease becomes too thick to stir
jeasily, slowly add the quart of lye
Mix well, put over fire and boil
Kingswat House, London, dis
cussing details of the campaign.
London. Suffragettes started
new week by attacking 4 promi
nent clubs here. 3 women arrest
ed. Held for trial. Threw lead
stamped "Votes for Women"
through many windows,
ten minutes, stirring all the time,
so that the lye and grease may be
come perfectly combined. Be sure
to turn the lye solution into the
grease, as the soap will be spoiled
if you turn grease into lye.
Pour the finished soap into a
clean mold made of a dripping
pari lined with greased paper, set
aside for two days to become
thoroughly hard and cut into
bars with wire or kitchen saw.