Foreign News: Out-walking War

A great outcry arose from twenty platforms full of women in Hyde Park, London, last week, and a still greater whine of approbation surged from the lips of 100,000 ladies there assembled. The females, mostly shod in flat heeled shoes, had marched to outlaw war and many a one of them had tramped, Chauceresquely, across the length of England to contribute personally her mite to the splendid idea. There were miners' wives, actresses, professional women, society dames. . . .

Through the rain at the head of the petticoat parades rode equestriennes on white...

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