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Foreign advertising representatives: N.M. Shef- Agency. Tribune Building, New York  
 
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HAVING pardoned the silent sixteen suffragists for creating a disturbance - by standing quietly with the banners while an unruly mob leered at them - President Wilson has indicated his belief that they worse sinned against than sinning. However, to accept executive leniency would be awkward since, in that event, they would be under moral obligations to discontinue the picketing

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SIX THE EVENING JOURNAL

Monday, August 13, 1917

Single copy 2c By carrier, weekly 10c

BY MAIL (COUNTRY) one year - $4.00 Six months - 2.00 One month - 0.40

Published every afternoon except Sunday by THE JOURNAL COMPANY at No. 400 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va.

S.T. CLOVER - President and Editor E.H. CHALKLEY - Secretary-Treasurer

Telephone - Randolph 6000

Foreign advertising representatives: N.M. Shef- Agency. Tribune Building, New York

VOTES, NOT JAIL SENTENCES

HAVING pardoned the silent sixteen suffragists for creating a disturbance - by standing quietly with the banners while an unruly mob leered at them - President Wilson has indicated his belief that they worse sinned against than sinning. However, to accept executive leniency would be awkward since, in that event, they would be under moral obligations to discontinue the picketing