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MORE BROKEN WINDOWS. -SUFFRAGETTES AND MR. ASQUITH. On Frday, as the result of a, scene at the jHwnse of Lords, Emily Davison, a teacher, was ..charged at Bow-street with wilfully breaking -■ £ m& panes of glass in the Crown Office at the House of Lords. A constable stated that at eight p.m. on ■ "ITiursdav he was at the Chancellor's Gate en- t ance to the House of Lords when the prisoner me up to him and said that she had broken two panes of glass in one of the windows at the LrowB;. Office. On going there he found two 'Iwokeh partes, and in the room lie saw two large f»iex'-e* of chalk. Attached to one of the pieces .t chalk was a label bearing the words "To t JMr. Asmiith. Give full facilities for the new Bill for Women's Suffrage." A label on the second, piece of chalk read: "To Mr. Asquith. Xlrtd1gt;Y''t91tt},¡â'ins:ûn;"Ire ;jfW. n Mr. Muskctt (prosecuting) said it was clear --that the word" not" had been accidentally „ .omitted. The prisoner told the magistrate that she .tri.)ke the windows deliberately. When she iie&rd that the Prime Minister had refused to .,give, full facilities to the Women's Suffrage Bill, Without consulting the Women's Social and 'JPoliti eal Union, she broke tire window as a pro- IIf, "likely to be understood." lwr. Muskett said the pris<»er was the lady ■"Who was found in the ventib tiug shaft of the 'House of Colinitionq in April last. Mr. Curtis Bennett fined the prisoner £5, and ordired lier to pay the costs, 7s. 6d. or, in default, one month. The fine and damages were afterwards paid a lady, and when the prisoner was told by -'tbe gaoler that she was at liberty to go she §»r«tested in an emphatic manner.

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