If Mrs. Caroline O'Day goes to Washington to take a seat in the House of Representatives on Jan. 3, it will be by the will of a majority of the voters of all New York State. As Democratic nominee for Representative-at-Large she must make a campaign as extensive as those of Governor Lehman or Senator Copeland. Thus raised above the ordinary run of Congressional candidates, Mrs. O'Day was lifted still higher last week when she became the rallying point for women without, as well as within, her own State.

In Washington, Mrs....

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