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TriE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: AUGUST 9. 1009.
PLANS OF SUFFRAGETTES
Chriitibel Pankhurst Tells
THEIR . NEXT MILITANT MOVE
Fna-tlsa Women Seeking Vetra V.
tier a rl5 of Trace Trnnhle
Ahead for Prime Mini.
.'" "D nuiu so picturesque s some of the
otner phases, and ask concerning the nxt
"Our next militant movt' Mis Pank
hurst clasp her hands anil lean forward.
looking at lour Intentlv full fa re with n n '
espreealon that l'h older and more settle
features might ba termed arlm. "We ehall
continue to make ourselves at obnoxlrri
J.O.VDON, July M -At 4 Clement's Inn,
ptrand. ixindon, la the headquarter of
tha National Women's Portal and Political
union, better known aa tha auffraa-ettea.
it i a quiet Ml of the old world and
scarcely' the place that would ba picked
out at tha forn of -an organised revolt
whlrh .la destined. It Is trusted without
bloodshed, to bring about the greatest
chang In tha economic and eorlal condi
tion that has aver been accomplished In
the nam of advanca and humanity," to
quota suffragette llleuratura.
Flight of wide step lead to the head
quarters, which cnslt r.f a suite of sev
enteen room, where there la a working
taff of eighty persons. In tha rooms are
msny souvenirs of the campaign. One Is
a big poster called 'The Haunted House,"
depleting a feminine figure seated on ona
of the Parliament buildings, with finger
pointing to the lofty tower In prophetic
Voting. Pretty and an t,. I,, n.
Chrlstabel Pankhurst, It la remarked by
soma, being young, pretty and vivacious,
ha attracted mre public notice than
some of her aFsoclates, who have worked
s hard aa ahe for the cause, but are
lesa spectacularly favored. Yet there la
no doubt that she Is at present one of
tha moat Interesting figures of the cam
paign. Ask any t the followers of the
cause which prominent leader mill supply
tha most readable Interview and ah will
say Immediately, "Oh, Chrtstab!." before
the sober aecond thought, "Well perhapa
others have worked aa hard." But however
this may be, when you hear her address
a crowded assembly at Queen's hall,
where every Monday there la an "at
home" of suffragettes, you are convinced
that aha has come by her reputation hon
estly, that ahe la a born orator.
Chrlstabel Pankhurat writes L.L. D.
after her name, a degree gained at Vic
toria university. She atepa naturally Into
her role of militant suffragette. Her
mother expects to come to the United
States In the autumn or winter for a lec
ture tour to atli up American women.
Her father helped to draft the flrat woman
auffraga bill and was until death an un
tiring advocate of tha cause.
Does Not Look the Part.
Phe la apparently In tha early '20s and
has the frank, wholesome look of the
young woman who has apent muoh time
Playing tennla and golf rather than study
ing prison wall. The only sign evident of
her unpleasant and strenuous experience
la an occasional nervous fingering of the
pendant or watch which she weara on her
trim linen gown. Fhe has bright blue eyea
and her dark, eurly hair ia worn without
the conventional coiffure, simply twisted
about her email head. Her figure Is girlish
and looka uncorseted. 8he haa the serious,
open-eyed candor of expression which
marks the woman with a purpoae In life.
Shortly after your Introduction to a teat
on the other side of a deak piled ao high
with letters, talegrama and measage that
there la not an Inch of aurface visible,
ahe excuses herself to go to a telephone
In the Inner office to get the latest, the
very latest news. 8he come back with
mien quietly suggestive of satiafactlon.
"A woman arrested at Leigh, Dear Man
chester, laat night," ahe explain.
"You are pleased?"
"Naturally, I wish thera had been a
doaen, but every one counts."
Then, without waiting for your questions,
Miss Pankhurst talks about the Campaign.
Whither They Are Goto.
"I suppose In America you are particu
larly Interested In finding out not what we
have accomplished that Is already an old
atory but where we atand now and toward
what we are heading," ahe saya. "Just at
preaent we are under a flag of truce, flying
Vhe pennant not of surrender, but of armed
"This haa been brought about by the
trial of the lit women arrested In the last
raid on the House of Parliament, which
has resulted In the queetlon as to the right
of the women to preaent a petition to the
prime tnlntater being brought before the
court for lta determination and also as to
whether the woman prisoner are to be
put In the flrat class as political offenders
or continue to be treated as criminals of
the third class aa they are now. Until
theae questions are decided nothing can be
done, and to go on making exhibitions of
revolt would be foolish, expending our
strength and accomplishing nothing, for If
the court la with us In the matter, which I
believe to be highly Improbable, certainly
we don't need these demonstrations, and
If agalnat us. why, wa have lota of time
In the future to continue the tactics, which,
X assure you, will ba continued and doubled
In strength and importance until our righte
"There will be no steps backward. The
subject will certainly not come to any de-
clalon before the end of the year and until
that time we are having a breathing pause
which means we are working harder than
ever, many of tie going to the aeashore
resorts to reach the masse while they have
leisure to read and think, some attending
the by-elections throughout the country,
others occupied with the numberless plana
to rales the necessary capital for the oon
test before ua, but we have rut out raids
for the moment.
Vae Money Freely.
"We need 50.110 for the coming year and
expect to got It without fall. I -est year
we needed only lJO.000 and raised it. Our
meana at hand consist of personal sub
scriptions and people are most gencroua;
at out exposition we raised 11.600 in May.
and the circulation of our pamphleta and
r.twspaper la steadily growing.
"Advertiser have found out that our
newspapera la rea l by the buying class of
women and are anxious to use it aa a
medium. Our publlcatlona already more
than pay expenses "
You cloae that part of the subject hastily,
for while it Is the base of the structure It
aa we ran and while for the moment thre
doe not seem to he uny more effective
way than those already used, no doubt
new Inspirations will come from time to
time aa they have In the past.
Revolt In Prlaon.
"The latest one. you know. Is the revolt
of tha women In prison who have smsshed
windows, starved themselves, refused to
wear the prison earb. torn in when put on
them and In a word broken every rule and
regulation. The maximum penalty that can
be allotted for this offence Is fourteen
daya of close confinement, and they are
willing. If not eaxer to endure this'.
"Close confinement is not pleasant. I
had several daya of It. The Ilea Is to
break the spirit, and it Is true you do
come out In rather a limp condition, for
the air In the cella Is horrible. It will
be better all through with the broken
windows, and without that barrier, of
course, conversation can be carried on,
whih Is Infringing rulea acaln.
"Thla morning we sent some of our
taff of workere up to Holloway to meet
any of the regular prisoners whose sen
tence terminated today. In prison, you
don't know how, but It I quiet true, new
flies about, and from time to time we
have been able by this meana to get aome
Information regarding our people.
"These poor wretches are rather proud
to talk with us. In their eyes it certainly
lenda a prestige to prison life which has
been sadly wanting In the past, to have it
ahared with women of Intellectual and
social caste. One of the worst phases,
from the point of view and Imprisonments,
400 up to date. Is the secret undermining
of the fear and humiliation of serving a
term which haa been a salient deterrent
Worries the M-aalatrate.
'The authorities recognise' thla and when
the magistrate In the last Bow street trial
said that he would be glad when the mat
ter was finally settled, he had thla I
ahould Judge In mind aa well aa the pre
valent fear everywhere about that some
real harm may result In one of the raids,
which. If It ever occurs, will be a blot
on England' chivalry which can never
be wiped out Mr. Gladstone, the home
secretary, responsible for homes and pris
ons, says that his obligations are so great
that he haa really suffered and that he
will be glad when the matter la brought
"Holloway prison holds 900. It Is the
only prison for women In London. The
sixteen suffragist prisoners there now have
created a panic among the officials. If the
present case la decided against us, 100
more awaiting sentence will have to be sent
there mutinous and determined, and you
know a mutiny In prison la not a pleasant
thing for the authorities.
We hope the next demonstration will
land 60S there and no doubt it will. What
la going to happen then? Can Holloway
continue to do business at the same old
stand under the same conditions, with
thi new problem to face? More than
three-quarters filled with suffragettes.
where will the regular criminals go. and
will the revolt spread to them?
'It we win one part of our claim and are
treated a prisoners of the first class we
can wear our own clothes, we can carry
on our professions, have our secretaries,
etc, and have our food sent from outside.
That means a great deal of extra service
and trouble and If It becomes a center of
suffragette activities as It surely would.
Isn't Is a ridiculous picture, the govern
ment furnishing a headquarters for the
rote for women prapaganda?
It la as ridiculous as that of the prime
minister going about everywhere under
police protection, as It Is said he doe,
having a blueeoated breakwater to mend
off the wavea of auffragettes, as ridiculous
as the position of the 'antls' shrieking in
public that women have no place there
but should stay at home."
It Amuses London.
There 1 no doubt that social London
looka upon the cause with a kind of iron
ical humor. Everywhere one goea one hears
some amusing suffragette atory. At one
party it la the tale of the policeman who
at on of the Parliamentary ralda was
forced to yank down by the ankles a
shrieking sister from her position on the
pedestal of King George's statue to which
she had climbed to harangue the mob.
"How did yer manage to get her down
without hurting her?" aome philanthropist
strolling by who had seen the capture
aaked of Bobby afterward.
"'Ow'd Hi manage, lr? Why, HI a
married man and HI know 'ow to 'andle
The declaration of a male suffragist at
the trial of his wife that he waa per
fectly willing to pay a guinea a week
every week she was In Jail bore to the
synlcal a different meaning than waa In
tended and although it happened last win
ter the remark is still quoted as showing
a certain advantage that the man pos
sesses whose wife is allied to the cause
over the husbands whose help meets are
-It hasn't been easy," says Miss Pank
hurst, speaking of this phase of the sub
ject, "the facing ridicule and the running
counter to convention. It requires a lot
of oourage; It Isn't a thing that you could
possibly do unless you had a very strong
reason for It.
Lesson of Experience.
"When we commenced we commenced In
a very ladylike manner. We never thought
of Interrupting a political speaker until he
had finished his speech. The consequence
of this was that Immediately It became
known that we were represented at a
meeting by women who had queitlona to
ask and objections to raise, the speaker
left and the preaa with him the very mo
ment he had finished and the suffragette
movement might Just aa well have been
"It waa thla knowledge that first forcrd
us Into the mlllitant path. Today we have
reached the point where we are excluded
from political meetings, many politician
abaolutely refusing to utter a word In
public except before audiences from which
we are excluded, and where only guaran
teed women' are present those vouched for
by the men with them. This has forced
ua to make uae of public meetings and of
ficial functions, wherever and whenever
there is crowd large enough to Jus ity
' It is ere of the most difficult and try
ing experiences to go through with, for I;
nsualh etuis In a forcible ejection without
any of the prestige that should reward Mr.
ai't vet. whenever e call for volume!.
there are plenty at our diFpusal. H.i."r .
there Is no limit that women are willing
to place to their audacity and courage In
thla orxanlxtd revolt.
Forty Ware of Kffort.
-For forty yrara we have had a woman
suffrage movement - in existence. At the
preaent moment it Is admitted that our
reasons are unanswerable and that we have
right on our side. But what happens?
"Having admitted the right, we would
remain where we were for 600 yeara more
If It were not for aggreesive measures. It
Is the time for action. We have argued
enough. We do not intend to keep any bad
laws that stand In the way. Preeeure must
You ask smilingly If there Is not soma
times Just a little bit of sympathy for the
poor prime minister, the focus of attacks.
"Sympathy must not enter polities," ssys
Miss Pankhurat, without relaxing from her
serious mood. "Prima Minister Aaqutth
should retire to private life If he wants
that. We don't ask sympathy; we ask
"When some of our members followed
him down to Devonshire, where he had
gone for a few days rest, and waylaid him
on the golf fields and coming out of church,
getting him In a position where he simply
could not refuse to listen, he was quite
Irritable and annoyed at the idea that he
was not allowed to have even a week-end
rest. They asked him 'what about the va
cation of Patricia Woodlock,' who had been
In prison at that time for three months.
"Personally I can promise you that Prime
Minister Asqulth will r.ot have any rest
until he lets us rest. We do not think that
he has deserved a holiday, but if he really
knew it he is enjoying absolute peace In
comparison with the strenuous days that
will come if It should be decided that we
have a right to send a deputation and that
he must receive It,
Why They Are Indignant.
"When you realise that Mr. Schrelner, the
brother of Olive Schrelner, had no difficulty
In obtaining a hearing in regard to the ad
visability of granting a vote to the Kafflis,
do you wonder that our blood bolls at the
refusal of our Just demands and that what
we have done In the paat I merely child's
play to what we contemplate? A deputa
tion is, of course, only the first step, but
as Mr. Lloyd George said In a speech re
cently, Deputations are the most valuable
means open to ministers In this country.'
We Intend to Instruct the prime minister
bj; this means until he yields.
"That governments move only In an
swer to pressure Is a political common
place; we shall go on sending deputations
until the matter is brought before the
House. Then If his constituents do not
stand by him, of course the prime minister
could retire and the new government come
In. Personally I believe that the change in
the government will come about on this
"We expect more from the conserva
tives, simply because they will have learned
the lesson given their opponents, and no
doubt the very liberal members who are
now fighting us will, when the conserva
tives come in. Join forces with u to regrtln
power. The hardest thing we have to fight
1 the stupidity of the liberal government.
Everywhere the liberal party which la a
parody on Its name stands for the su
premacy of the male; women are to them
subhuman. Their eyes are fixed on the
Mlltonlan era, 'He for God only, ahe f-ir
God In him.'
"The cabinet Is filled with members who
are there because they happened to be In
the last cabinet; the House with members
tied to tradition," absolutely refusing to
the change in conditions, blind to the in
fluence of women In the economic and poli
tical world. Prejudice blows so strong
that even when they do see they refuse to
let the spirit of the times become trans
lated Into everyday affairs."
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What Happened to Mas Who Soosjht
Conversation with Tonsorlal
The boss called tha barber at the second
chair aside and asked him why he had
marked the customer who had a few min
utes previously left the shop.
"You are the oldest man In the shop and
you ought to set a better example to
these new fellows," the boss continued.
"How did you ever come to do what you
Then the little man at chair I stood up
"Well, everybody has an Idea that they
can tell a barber a whole lot and then
get him started to talking, and they go
away and abuse us because we acted as if
we thought this was a gabfest.
"That customer came in ber, as you
saw, and crawled down Into my chair.
While I was tucking the towel around his
neck hs asked me how I liked the weather.
I turned around Just then and pretended
not to hear him. The weather doesn't
"Then I began to lather him and as I
was rubbing It in he asked me how was
business. I wondered what business that
w as of his. but I Just said 'Fine' and kept
"Then as I was soaping htm for real bus
iness, you understand, he asked "me how
was my razor and before 1 could say any.
thing he went on to say that he didn't
want to be hacked, as he was going to a
party and wanted to be recognised.
"Well, I thought that was getting pretty
close to the limit, but I acted as If I hadn't
heard what he ssld. I was doing my best
to give him a clean shave when he said
he thought It would not be a bad Idea for
me to strop the raior on a Joint of stove
pipe or the vole of my boot so as to give
it an edge.
"1 never had anyone say a thing like
that to me even when 1 was an appren
tice. What would you have done under
such an Insult?"
"That was an Insult." replied the boss;
"still you must remember that we have to
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sidered the sourcs."
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act he looked at me and said I was about
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stump or a cigar he asked me. net aa
you think or the tarlffr hs saya. Then I
picked up the raxor and silt him under the
chin. I won't stand for that."
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submitted to arrest. Liberty was desr to
him. but the risk was too great. Cleveland
HEAT MICROBES AT WORK
Incidents Calculated .to Show that
Joy Riders Are Not the Only Pos
sessors of Wheels.
Tsklng N Chances.
"Halt or 1 11 shoot at you!" cried tha
The hold-up man only laughed and con
tinned to sprint.
"If you don't halt. I'll shoot up In tha
sir' ' shouted the cop. desperately.
Tha criminal threw up both hands and
Police Magistrate Adolphus Williams sat
on his own case in police court at Van
couver, B. C, and fined himself 13 and
costs for overspeedlng his automobile. His
honor Just had disposed of the cases of
two citizens for speeding when his own
name was called. In vain tha magistrate's
eyes scanned the courtroom for another
"Does that charge refer to me?'' askad
the magistrate, rather meekly, of Crown
"Yes, said Kennedy. "I think you have
a right to try it yourself. It Is not worth
while making a written request to another
His honor found he had been going nine
teen miles an hour, when the law allows
"Williams is ordered to pay 6 and costs,"
said tha court.
Miss Elsie Oasser, aged It, daughter of
Attorney John ' J. Gaeser. 2U West Mc
Micken avenue, Cincinnati, Is dead. Dr.
Guatave Strohbach, tha family physician,
says her death was caused by tight lacing
of corsets and clothes.
Miss Gasser was stricken ten days ago
with what appeared to the doctors to be
appendlcltles. An operation followed, but
the doctors could not trace any harm to
tha appendix. Tha operation so weak
ened her that the injury to tha vital or
gans from tight lacing brought on her
Una of the doctors who attended Miss
0wr wanted to use the example for the
tlume for a pamphlet, but Dr. titruhbach
states that It will be uxelers to attempt id'
teach yming girls tit- ilanrr they run In
lacing their clothes too tightly.
i ne ouung given oy u. fc.. wcoa-j
maiisre lur toe nieiuueiv ui ner nunaay
school class In St. Paul's Lutheran church
in a grove at Heidelbuig. Pa., was marred
by a cow purtly eating a dress uf one of
the young girls, while tha latter was bath
ing in Codorus creek.
Mr. Wood ma usee aw a cow chewing tha
gown on the opposite aide of the creek, and
plunged into the stream to intervene; but
he fell In mldsiram and kcared tha cow,
which began to run, still chewing away at
Luckily, the cow tramped on the trailing
garment, and that caused her to drop it,
but not before si.e had s allowed tha
large sailor collar and one of the sleeves.
A fly on the tip uf his nuse cost Roby
Rollin, an emploe of a cabinet works at
tlC Ash avenue, San Frinrlsco, three fin
gers. Rollin was at work at a bus saw,
when the fly circled about and perched
Itself on his nose.
Tha presence of tha fly on tha tlp of his
nosa annoyed Kollln. Ha reined his hand
to brush it away. Tha saw hesitated just
a moment, and then went on with its m
notonous bussing. The tips of three of
Rollins fingers reposed in the sawdust
pile, and Rollin ran tor tha Central Emer
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and it will be delivered at once. It baa that good unforgetabla flavor.
JOnN GUND BREWING CO.,
La Crosse, Wis.
C. IITSU, Manager Omaha Branch, OMAHA., VXB.
tiepaonea Doug las-3344, Xaaepaadeat -
i UV VUI 4s nectal Diseases ! 1
absolutely guamn- I
rases tlist I under- hT"'
n't give up. Your "
1 ha U9wmnl Is not rxscverated In the least. 1
tee to cure every case of Piles and other Rectal diseases
tske. NO matter wnet you
case ia not hocelees until my
If your eiillcilon la in s mild
lo unnecessary torture snd i
pstrnt medicines oe unrelu
money. 1 can cure you as 1
Guar aneo Vhen Cured
i 1 i 8
lon't neglect It because it w ill lead I II Jvf 1 .
M nights. Don't experiment with "S Tl -J s 1 I 1 X3S.
estmente. h i t wm of timi a Vj k"kA'k . f
undreds etbara mickly and at Ojf L'w.VT V ""V.
,w T&fc. I
That's mv offer. That's the
wav to nroe to you thai I do I fay.
You risk nothing, you pay nothing untl'.
the cure haa been accomplished, I hen 1
voua written auarantea liond ss lon
that the cure ni o permanent, nnouiu me irouuie
aver return, or any o lha symptoms sppear attain
sfier I nronounre you rurea. win treat you Iieo u
Thai's lair and square. It a (lie moat liberal oiler ever made.
rherce. until rveraavmotnm has dliSDoeared.
Why not accept It and rid yourself of lha trouble forever) Coma and aaa sna about your taee. If you can
not coma fust now. wine for my free book. It telle all about my treatment, ehowa how successful my m ih.
and nvri all tana necessary in eueoia you to inv-siiijie mv
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