WOMEN: Roses & Roses

Last week women throughout the land began to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their enfranchisement. Candles were lighted, cakes cut, roses distributed, old feminist banners, buttons and propaganda dug up for historic display. The National League of Women Voters held a great banquet in Manhattan at which Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Honorary President of N. L. of W. V. and second only to the late great Susan Brownell Anthony as a feminist, flayed men voters with all her old vigor of presuffrage days.

Last week's celebrations had no significant connection with the...

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