The Woman Citizen Volume 1, Nos. 3-26

The Woman Citizen Volume 1, Nos. 3-26

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...of the Washington pickets. Mrs. J. L. Meek moved that the association go on record as condemning the actions of the pickets. The motion passed unanimously. PUERTO RICO has before it a "Bill to Grant Women Right to Office." The measure would deny the ballot, however, and is opposed by suffragists. Mrs. Anna Duprey, founder of the Suffrage League of Puerto Rico, predicting that the bill would not come up for second reading, said: "As the Pinero bill now stands it would only place the women of Puerto Rico in the most degraded kind of politics instead of giving them an opportunity to show their capability of patriotism." FOR the last two months Virginia has donated to the New York State campaign the services of Mrs. Faith Morgan, chairman of the Hampton, Va., league and fifth vice-president of the state league. Mrs. Morgan is a cousin of Mrs. Gordon Norrie, chairman of the tenth district, New York State, and is working in Ulster County. She devotes from five to six hours daily to canvassing, visiting and general propaganda work, THE forty-sixth annual meeting of the Iowa Equal Suffrage Association is to be held in Des Moines, October 9 and 10, at the Savcry Hotel, under the presidency of Miss Anna B. Lawther. The chairman of the Hospitality Committee is Mrs. Walter S. Brown, 2141 Grand Avenue, Des Moines. Miss Lawther is on the Equal Suffrage Committee, part of the Committee on Legislation of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs. THE Louisiana League for Woman Suffrage, feeling that the time is ripe for concerted action, is calling upon the leaders of all suffrage organizations to unite in the common suffrage cause and help to organize a rally or public mass meeting for men and women during the first week of October. more

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  • English
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