WOMEN: National Council

College women and colored women, trained nurses and Jewesses, married ladies with their maiden names and Mormon ladies without; needleworkers, peace workers, young Christian women workers, women voters, women mutual-improvers, Christian temperance women, clubwomen, business women, professional women, housewives, "home girls" and a few common everyday women—representatives, in short, of the 34 women's organizations for which the National Council of Women aims to be a guide and interpreter, met last week in Manhattan. President Valeria H. Parker, a doctor of medicine, sex-hygienist and flood...

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