Wednesday, September 11, 1912

by Elizabeth

At the progressive rally in West Side Park last night, B. Fay Mills said that his party is the only one with the courage to advocate universal woman suffrage. We are even behind China in that respect, he said.

But an article detailing the platform of the National Prohibition Party seems to contradict Mr. Mills’s statement. The second item after the banning of alcoholic drink is “Suffrage for women on the same terms as men.”

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