WOMEN: After Mrs. Catt

The Woman Suffrage Alliance will met at Rome in May to choose a successor to its president, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. The question is: Who will be elected? Mrs. Margery Corbett Ashby is being put forward by English suffragists. But the post has been occupied by an American for 20 years, and another Anglo-Saxon is considered undesirable. Mme. Marguerite Schlumberger, president of the French branch of the alliance, is suggested, but her election might "drive the Germans out of the association." Besides Mrs. Ashby and Mme. Schlumberger, Miss Crystal MacMillan of Scotland...

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