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MRS. EMMELIN EPANKHURST IS
HEADED BACK TO JAIL
Glasgow, Scotland, March 10. By
a ruse, Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst,
untamed leader of the militant suffra
gets, re-arrested for the seventh time
since her conviction for inspiring the
bomb explosion in the home of David
Lloyd-George, chancellor of the ex
chequer, was spirited out of Glasgow
by Scotland Yard detectives and
started for Holloway jail.
Warned that suffragets, armed
with umbrellas, hammers, bombs and
other weapons, were picketing all
railway stations determined to rescue
Mrs. Pankhurst if possible, the detec
tives tok her by automobile to a way
station outside the city and there put
her aboard a train.
Despite the injuries she received in
the riot that attended her arrest, the
militant leader strongly resisted ev
ery move of the police. She refused
to walk, and was forcibly carried
from the local jail to the automobile
that took her t othe way station. The
detectives had to hold her in the auto.
London, March 10. In revenge for
the re-arrest of Mrs. Emmeline Pank
hurst, an unidentified suffraget muti
lated Valasquez's Venus in the Na
tional gallery. The woman used a
hatchet and' destroyed a work of art
which was valued at $200,000. She
was arrested and declined to give
MOYER BEFORE CALUMET MINE
STRIKE PROBERS TODAY
Charles H. Moyer, president of the
Western Federation of Miners, will
appear before the congressional com
mittee investigating the Calumet
mine strike today.
The greater part of the testimony
heard yesterday came from members
of the Michigan state militia, who
were trying to defend themselves
against the charges which have-been
made against them by the Calumet
strikers and their families.
Gen. Perley L-. Abbey, head -of the
militia, said that he had assembled
2,765 men in Calumet, but they only
had trouble with "disgruntled" men.
Go ahead and buy the Cubs; every
body's doing it.
It'c onfiroli ca-fa Mgio Punk..-
houser can't censor baseball. j
Dapper Jimmie Simpson, who is
the main squeeze at the big Marshall
Field store, has joined the gang that
is fighting the Waitresses' Union.
Jimmie is a brave laddybuck, all
Yesterday he went to the mayor
and helped holler for help.
Gee whiz! what do the big em
ployers want the mayor to do?
Already the cops have man-handled
waitresses and broke a few arms.
Won't the Employers' Union be
satisfied until somebody turns a Gat
ling gun on the girls?
Mayor Harrison might as well
show that bunch the door.
They'll be among the first to swat
him politically the first chance they
Jimmie Simpson should not waste
his time fussing with the Henrici
He might better keep busy trim
ming hats over at the big store.
Four years is too long a term for
aldermen unless the people have the
right to recall.
Two years is just about tvo years
too much for some aldermen.
And now the Journal says the $11,
000,000 subway fund has disap
Says the city got hard up and lent
itself that money for other purposes.
One thing we like about President
Wilson is the delightful way he has of'
paying no attention to Bill Hearst's1
saffron sheets. . 1
Hearst might have rings on his
fingers and bells on his toes, but
Woodrow can't hear him.
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Five women in the city of Philadel-j
phia- hold municipal positions.