Clipped From The New York Herald
canvass. duly with ? and polling was A certain Dr. Hoeber here put in his contending that women's rights ia matrimony were dependent upon their possession of riÂ£ht of suffrage. In the deplorable fact none of the newspapers had come forth defence of Mrs. McFarland you could women are treated. In fact, he pronounced our present system of marriage as nothing prostitution. Mrs. Norton backed np this love doctor, and contended that the question of suffrage and the question of the divorce laws were mother and child. This simply means that the ultimatum of these woman suffrage associations is free love and easy divorces.