The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 29, 1919 · 13
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The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico · 13

Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Saturday, November 29, 1919
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. a , ata Jte 2fout itteiran bAf LRDAY, NOV. 29, 1919 whj, t Isp." it 3 fat ild be pu ,in? deal r debtoi ifht 104717 Bro TOES ve your Box 251 ANrttf) AM j. jflswa A J9U eco POT UMTtl iOTQGRAVURE SUPPLEMENT - tfg gleirlce and th territory it serves, the Santa Fa 1 Maxlcan ia tha (irat and only nawapapar to pH, and oparata Re own Rotogravure Plant. on ' xv v ' -A.. i V jA MRS CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT Head of National American Woman Suffrage Association, of In r rnat'onal toaun Suilrage Alliance, made up of the national suffrage oigiiiizations of retU six different countries Head of Leslie Woman Suffi ge Linmussion-lileb established a National Bureau of Suffrage Educatkn biggest bureau fnffrage propaganda in the uorld The publication of a national political wekly for women, The WOMAN C1T17EN is one of its avenues of ex rtttfcXL I V fi . . r MRS. RUPERT V. ASPLUND Uwler In Santa Fe Suffrage Activities and Former President New Mexico Federation of Womana Clubs I MISS HAZEL 0 ft Q 'Iff Ir'- ' A '.v 1 ;s. Vr y jr T t 4ft 'ti r )W( A r9 MAC KAY . National and1 State Suffrage Leaders Attend ' Albuquerque Conference December 4th and 5th S, terete A Mrs E. Jean Nelson Penfield Practising-aworm v, and a lecturer in the Department of Practical Law in Biooklju, New Aoik, Ijbw School st Law rein e Inivcrsii) Name oT Indiaua came to New ork in time to work for enfranchisement. 1913 to 1917 Mrs Penfield with other m mbers of Woman Piaclical Uw Association diafteLrt&oluuons at once adopted all over the atatt b womans orgamza tons, including the New York State Federation of clubs, the Woman Suff rage Pattv (now the New York League of Women Voters) of both state and cit, the Women Law era Associauon. the Woman Citv Club, and 4he Bronx Woman a Club, indorsing pass age of a bill in next legislature b which authoiltative facts concerning all candidates for office, and both sides of every measure be submitted to the voters of the state ' Supported bv State Federation of Womans Clubs, and the Womens Bar Association of Brooklvn for First Ifcputv Attorney General of State of iw ork MRS. ADELINA 0TER0-WARREN of Saints Fe, Suffrage Worker. War Work of American Women Abroad j Gains Higliest Praise From Pershing j V A tr 9 DR VALERIA H JARKER li.nmin Social Motalitv Commit l.ueieoi Wotpen Vuli m in 1911 Field Secrttir ot Connec tout orietv of Social IIgi ne During tlu v tr Connecticut Soitv of llv g pi loaned fier to the Connecticut MiA ( ouncil of Defence and she be cum hiu man of Health and Recrea tiuii Iapaitment, and Supervisor of a foire of fl8ix policewtnkn tndertook woik as lectuier on heatbund recrca Hon in Government progiam for the dm iiirn of women canud on under th War Department In Ma 1919 for Sta il Morality Committee of War Wuik Codncil of the National Y W ( she went south to give a lec tu i e on social morality ntlor positions that Dr Parker has UI sime the beginning of the mai im luijt M mbei of Directors Conn State b tim fun Womeip, of State Commis sum on Prevalence aruT Treatment of Diseases, of Executive Board of unn Prison Association and Com tuiMun on Sanitation and Medicine ( onn -state Council of Defense t haiiman Health Committee Con-n(tiut Federation of Womens C iubs ommntee on Legislation, (onn ( ongrea of Mothers, Commit v ( n Mural Fdacation of W C T V . CnHi Church Guild Fn&t Congrega Dorial Chinch of Hartford, Conn Ad v i-oi number of Comn tree on en ereal Dle,i-t of Conn Public Health Council T Mr Catt, Miss Lathrop, Miss Shuler, Mrs. Penfield and Dr. Parker will be among speakers at state meeting to 'aunch campaign for amendftient ratification in New Mexico Individual work among state lawmakers to get pedges for suffrage ratification is the plan of the suffragists of New Mexico, who seek to secure a special session' of the state legislature this winter for the purpose. ' a V ivwa.awf The woraen of America who went to France to serve the fighting men of the nation are returning home with the knowledge that their work found ' full appreciauon in the highest nuli-tsry quartera Genera) Pershing has ii.ued in officul order commending them in unqualified terms of praise for the noble and ielf-sacnficing - work they performed abroad. . Among those who have come la for this formal tribute are the women wsr workers of the National Catholic War Council Chosen from selected Inis of candidates, these women were -sent to France with the broad genera) fn.tructions of doing everything possible to sdd to the comfort of the men. Their efforts form a notable chapter In the history of this relief work. i ' The eceompnajdn picture, one of the first published, shows the type of womanhood that made np due legion ad VM verkartk W2& MISS MARJORIE SHULER One of a-o?iate editors of Woman Citizen , prets reptesentatite In Wash inMn for the National American Woman Suffiagt Association I Was newspaper writer oh Buffalo Express press chairman of the New lor Mate Woman Suffrage Party for the eight largest counties In Western New ork, as publicity expert, took chaige of a big bazaar 4n Buffalo which netted 1150,000 Writer on civics and politics, but hes successfully produced at least one novel, co-author of the Woman Voter's Manual, former press chairman of the Newr ork State Eedi ration of Womens Clubs Record ing secretary of New ork State Fed eration of Women's Clubs, twice e'cct ed state delegate to Biennials of Gen eral Federation, as President of Juu lor Board of the Children s Xid Societ' of the 't of Buffalo J MISS. JULIA LATHR0P . Appointed bv President Taft in 2913 as head of Childrens Bureau, of Department of Comm ice and Labor fir-t American woman to head a Fed eial Bureau I Co-worJvfj wub Mi b Jane Addams. In Hull House Chicago, made some exhaustive and thorough retarthe m the social welfare of chrldren in that cit rt commended bv -ciul reform organization in Chicago and other cities For 11 )tar number of Illinois State Board of Chanties vice-president of the Chicago School ot ( mci and Phiianthropv one of a quartet of women known as Chicago s four maiden' aunts because of valuable public services, others being Jane Addams Dr Cornelia De Bey and Mary McDowell OOVeRNOR q A LARRAZQL0 OP NEW MEXICO Whom the Suffragist poie to Show 'thai the mendmet can be Ratified b the ''late TriIalure Taken with daughter Maria and iranddaughter Alice Larrazoto 1 Former Hcaf of Woman flvllon of oter should ote for PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY WATCH FOR YOUR I8SUC ;-.X Js mi f - UepuhlUan Tarty Says All Women Republicans Every Time

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