SPAIN: Spain

It is dangerous to attack the court favorites of King Alfonso. Father Calasanz, priest of a fashionable Madrid church, was imprisoned after preaching a sermon on the indecency of women's dress and directing his invective against an influential court lady, noted for her daring Parisian dresses.

At a meeting held in Madrid under the Marquesa Del Ter, president of the Union of Spanish Women, a motion was framed asking the Government to declare its policy toward the feminist movement. It was also stated that upon the Government's reply would depend the attitude of...

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