TWO AMERICANS IN GUILDHALL EXPLOIT; It Was Lucy Burns, Friend of Miss Paul of Philadelphia, Who Accosted Churchill at Banquet. LATTER EXPECTS TO BE FED Had Her Own Apparatus When Arrested -- Originated Hunger Strike -- Both Women Have Been in Jail.

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LONDON, Nov. 11. -- Miss Alice Paul, the young woman from Philadelphia who was arrested for throwing stones through a window at the Guildhall while the Lord Mayor's banquet was in progress Tuesday night, was not the only American concerned in that demonstration. View Full Article in Timesmachine »