WOMEN: Incoherent

That feminine volubility depends upon a limited and domestic audience was last week maintained by Mrs. Arthur L. Livermore, honorary president of the Women's National Republican Club of New York. Speaking at the Hannah Penn House, Philadelphia, to a conference of Republican women from eight states, Mrs. Livermore said: "Women become incoherent . . . on the public platform. . . . They are so accustomed to talking to husbands and brothers that they can't seem to get used to talking to anyone else."

The conference endorsed President Coolidge for another term;...

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