James, Ada Lois, 1876-1952 / Ada James papers, correspondence, 1912, Dec. 24-31, 
Wis Mss OP, Box 17, Folder 4 ([unpublished])
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oyi omar more end more oboserved in the ohur~hes throufhout ihe Unite~d Stao mn. this yet' it wiill be celebrated on .t 12. A a-ge o potionof the poplne of Miehigan are looking to th oier~zymn of ÷ ....... t~e to e.} s~m words of encouraginement ona h~s cu in obh fr't" e~ h :on ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 bb~ftewoe h e workin~ 0ot C h stl o d vi 'thei" i:fin1e to further the cause of juftice a0i ino ;<ess. L~J el~ xi~ ent siLssip i nwrmn WY1o is trwveli : in Oreg~oi, m .... . womenri of this 2.tt a'e working to c½'V tv wieome<: for <.:: suf'ehich vwil! be submited > thevoe'3 of the I~ co~ni'eith next fal. In their efforts they ha:.J not oI Jthe symi a hy oif veci who Lre advanced in thout os o i a7e o . "zirg soc et at o themselves and sending :pfa .. c ot oe te Stato tp aking sentimeit f.r ve ef~raniso~ement of' the w omen of Oregon. Victory seems certin for the use here." ss El zabet} J. Ha~ser, Chio c lpaiga msanager, says: "Itinty to larn extent of sentiment favorbe ! ... * iv. l7'w and o,er in ell walks of lifo .... m cot ol ly rnn inr their' cr7i "c~tic in the ustice of eeual scff e~ % a e givrg their acti e support to the adoptin of he crm<t uin . azg scieties all over the 5¾ . esid . Vsý tise of the U0iLersit' of wiscon- sin a', Chief Juslce Winsiow of the Supreme Court have recently come cu in favor of roma uffr . Iansas City w L open tire summer ca-mpaign for woman suffrag;e cn If y 5 wLit a pub'ic demn stra~tion in honor of Jane Addams, who wi1l be ih th e iton that day. A gailly decorated. automobil~e p rade, lel by bra~ss bVnis, will pass through the streets to Ihe f'actory dicstrit s a d the Ilayor anod Miss Addams will occupy the first motor, which will be followed by a car laden with flowers. Ae the result of a petition signed by 478 students at Vassar College and sent to Presdent o~a~-r, a mess meeting for opedf u suffrage w held in th, large assembly hall last week. The rm/ting was oene-d L; a student from Wis- consin, where a suffrage campaig is being waged. me I~e lire IT. Pi rpt Mo'1-ený, is quote- in toe Lew o rrer World as saying: "I am not an anti-suffragist, i'm not anything so foolish, so illogical. Suffrage for wom-e is swe to come and we nust prepare ourselves for it." Donna Giacinta M t i i, presldentof the Italian Woman Suffrage Assoe~tiona the equ 1 suffrage pionee-r of Italy, died at her palace in Roue lat month. The leading Ro0an paper says of her: "Donn Geieinta Mamtinr was a woman of spirit and great educ~ation. avig spring froo mo~st noble lineage, she showed ail he lie . great interest in moern social problems, especially P re1ation to the betterment of conditions for the working classes anid ..r wxomen. " Madamne Pr u~n~a Came ?~ustom" , the wife of the noted Parsee, iustom Rustonje, w s visiting the United States in an offiial capcit.y es a rep'esntatie of the Indian govern- ment, aceomp~aties her husband for tve pupv "teln mn can bt. .... nov'e et of the empire. . Rustomjee is a stanch sup sorter of wioiar uef-rao, and believes that 'Americans hav e been a rery importa nt factor in bringing the new with a membership of five hundred. Although the Germao mperor is inllinei to limit wo- man's sphere to "kinder, ktiche, kirche", his favorite child, the Princess Iouise, hns in the past year i1-ntificd herself with the progressive woman movement in Ge many. The . mpress has re- cently given the endorsement of her presence to the German Fem- inist Exhibit held at Beriin, the greatest exhibition ever de- voted exclusively to the work of women, where the most absorbing topic on the program was said to be woman suffrage. Opponents of womvn saffrage so often make the asser- tion that the policy of its advocates is one of indifference, that it was with some surprise th y received the announcement that President Tat'sehorme fr Cnief of 17 e newly created Children's Bur'eau was a w al suffrage leader, Tulia C. Lathrop, long identified with the cause and an active member of the organization. Miss Virginia Brooks, called the girl reformer of West Ramond, oi d., was recently elected president of the Board of Bducation of her city.
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