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SUFFRAGISTS WARNED TO FIGHT SHY OF POLITICAL PARTIES BY SPEAKER Mrs. Philip Snowden of London Delivers Address at Open ing oes&iun ux uiuu ^stiuciatiuii — oiiitu Business Business Session Comes Today. CLEVELAND. O. Nov. 11.— Ohio ffragustt were warned to fight shy of political parties; in fact, to keep 'em guessing as a means of advancing advancing the cause, today by Mrs. Philip Snowden of London, who was the principal speaker at the luncheon ■which opened trie convention ot tne Ohio woman suffrage party. rs Snowden, addressing the 1 000 000 delegates and guests, declared that when tho present war Is ended vomcn of Great Britain and Ire land will achieve their enfranchise - . more easily than beroro th> great struggle started. "When the war began " she said, he suffragists gave up their work id turned all their attention (helping the nation. By their deeds Uhey made more Impression than ithey would have with sixty years of argument. ' Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, president president of the state pirty," - who presided at tho luncheon, called the conven tion proper to order at 4 p. m. me only important piece ot bus! ■38 ■38 presented at this session was the adoption ot a now constitution as presented by Mrs. Dora Sandoe Bachman, Columbus, one of the vlce - 'Piesiuencs ot me party. According to the. rnnnrt of Prnf Haricttc M. Dilla, Lake Erie college! rmiiusmie, u., onairman of the o an of work committee. Ohio mrfrgd.h jiwin not deviate the coming year ^.u... luuir iiusi pian ot organization s.i cuusressionai uisinct and counitv .parties. Besides the business nf lywlsilorlnp - ana seuing accommodations tor the visitors, women were busy casting nominations tor orncers. The election election will bo held tomorrow. It Is though that almost without e.vcep - tion nil tho old leaders will be reelected. reelected. Miss Elizahoth Hauscr. Girard. O.. state organizer, conducted an organi zation conference tonight Tomorrow's Tomorrow's sessions will determine whether whether Ohio women will decide for them selves to ask voters of Oslo for (ballot again next fall or leave K tne natioMi sconce determine. - 'i' - *;te

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 12 Nov 1915, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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