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> SUFFRAGISTS. ACCUSED AGAIN BROUGHT BEFORE THE MACISTRATE. "YOUNC HOT BLOODS." The conspiracy charge against suffra- gettes was resumed at Bow-street to- day, the accused being Flora Drum- mond, Annie Kenny, Harriet Roberta Kerr, Agnes Lake, Rachel Barrett, Laura Geraldine Lennox, Beatrice Ellen Sanders and JEdny Godwin Clayton, an analytical chemist. Evidence was called to prove the tenancy of Lincoln's Inn House of the S.P.U. headquarters, where the police seizure was made, and transcripts were put in of shorthand notes taken from time to time at suffragette meerings. Detective-Inspector Hawkins deposed t,hat in rooms occupied by Kenney and Barrett he found a sketch-plan of Loughborough Junction and a detailed plan of a forage stores in that locality. He also found a letter adressed to Mrs. Pankhurst by 'Marianne Cunningham,' urging that something big should be done-some careful night-attack and all gigantic raid on pillar-boxes. Another letter found, and marked "confidential," read that if Miss Chri-g- tabel Pankhurst desired an exceptional opportunity of bringing her cause to the notice of Parliament, let her send an experienced lady shorthand-typist to Ackwortli's staff in the House of Lords. An Ingenius Scheme. The lady should accept any salary, or en give time, "When the police are familiar with her presence she will be passed without question beyond the barriers, During the examination of one of the police witnesses, Mrs. Drummond was seized with a violent fit of coughing and showed signs of collapse; the police matron led her out of court, and it was some moments before the proceedings could be. resumed. Inspector Lawrence deposed that amongst the documents found at the residence of Lennox was one describing a junior branch of the Union as "Y. H. B." These initials meant "Young Hot Bloods." Bottles of Benzine. Fupther police evidence was to the effect that at Lincoln Inn House, proved to have been rented by the W.S.P.U. a satchell was found on a window-sill, and inside the satcheil were eight bottles of benzine, one of which Inspector Hawkins produced, holding about half a pint. A petty cash-book found in the apartments occupied by Sanders contained entries of several sums of money sent to Clayton. (Proceeding)

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