Alice Paul Returns Home, NYT Jan 21, 1910

Clipped from US, New York, New York, New York Times, January 21, 1910

ALICE PAUL RETURNS HOME.No Suffragette* to Greet Girl Released from English Jail.Special to The New York Times. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 20.—Miss Alice Paul, the young woman of Moorestown, N J., who went to England two years and a half ago and became a suffragette leader, arrived home to-night. She was met by her mother and brother, but not a single suffragist put in an appearance.Miss Paul was cast into Holloway Jail in London last October for creating a disturbance at the Lord Mayor's banquet Inthe Guildhall. .,“ I did not throw a stone, she said. “ I simply rose In the gallery and shouted, ‘Votes for Women.’ In the prison It was horrible. I had been arrested twice before, once in Scotland andoncein London, simply for refusing orders to move on ’ at political meet ngs. I was released after five days’ imprisonment in Scotland and three weeks in London because J refused food. Those were the recognized tactics among the su raf *ef • La at October the custom of forcible feeding was Introduced and I was one of the victims of the practice.”