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The Ohio campaign was marked
perhaps by - a more - extend re and
I 'l l U M tban y, other that has been, part
01 tins years programme; ;;ims, was
partly due, no doubt, to the -fact that
; .. I the Issue was a very Jive one in Ohio,
Tlolently- opposed" by Uhe liquor .Inter-
signal .records of successes .that of . too. to the fact ihaf the cress bureau
-y Puiliclty agent. In the theatrical pro- of t the Ohio late suffrage Tiead
fesslon this success dates back to a quarters was thoroughly organized and
. decade ago, when play producers first not disposed ' to let slip any oppo
began'to discover that a woman could tunity to "aglUte"V for Its cause
be the -man In front of 'the show"r through -the .'medium; of the state
' to good-advantage. : In the Interim press.- r ' -.a: ,?
several women have handled the pub- , One of the headquarter officers was
llclty work j of "big shows-to -good Miss Elizabeth, Houser; long Identl
purpose. t -.. : . ' ' fled with suffrage publicity work, and
Women's club work has been; for the press chairman, was Miss Mary
years a sort of, training ground fof Gray Peck, who left a university po-
, women, in; tho Mndllng of the pub- sltlontto take up suffrage work. JJlss
licity; .d etail for a. given cause , or Peck ' was born and f reared In a" part
organization. The ."press, chairman"; of New York state of historic assocla
has become more, or less , institu Uon-, tlons In . the suffrage struggle. Her
al In the notable organizations for wo- first diploma was-won from : Elmlra
men all over the country. She .sends College, which is tbe oldest chartered
.out . notices and ; "stories' and ' for-' college giving women degrees for the
wards the case of her organization same work as that done by men. 1 8ub-
along the lines of, public Interest, ln seqentiy. she did post-graduate work
xo far cs she can.; Any; ono who has In Cambridge University - England,
occasion to handle many of these' re-an"d was a member, of the faculty of
ports-of prers .chaJnsan. is ITkelv to the Univprsitv. ; of -Minnesota.- for
, be Impressed by tfcd professional case eight years." ' She has serred as secre-
-ita wnica me wcrK is turned out, tary of the 'National: Suffrage Acsocia
me rt:iic vi newepappr. ana ' magazine
fitness ' that is ; acquired:. bj those
amatenrs,, and their 'facile adaptabili
ty to arbitrarr literary forms. '
Graduating ' tcsitUriics frba 1 this
tcrt vt work, fcrr-tlncs stcprlns -directly
forward rrcb private life, are
tha women whohave in char-the
publicity - ork In f the ' campai.ns' for
equal tvifrtze Iz. tl: Tr.rlcus -statci.
Oregon: Karsas, Ari:cr.a,' Michigan
ar.4 Wisconsin-all? tave the publicity
interests cf their-state organizations
A WOMAN OF: THE '
..r.r HOUR IS AT, WORK
Congress' appropriated . 5(M00 , for
the maintenance of the work of the
Of the various vocations for women Mt i knA nrbiected Into the civic I children's bureaiL and althoush It has
ttat have "come Into being In recent consciousness with a suddenness Inot yetibcen definitely organized
years one ,in wnicn tney nave maae, that was stimulating. And partly due, that Is In Its nnef details Its - pu
poses are. being quickly defined.
Every ' ? condition 5 surrounding' the
children of this country will be thor
oughly 'Investigated by the agents of
the new bureau, f who will in turn re
port; through the secretaiy:?of com
merce and : labor to congress with
view: to ; effecting legislation to cor
rect whatever evils present them
selves ln',the moral jina physical sur
roundings of children. That it Is go
ing to take' a long . time to: gather
this . Information In Its entirety no
body doubts, : but as each, condition
manifests itself Its immediate correc
tion will be urged. ; 5' f ; X '
: Bliss Lathrop is u graduate of Vas
sar college and a member of its board
of trustees. ; She has made -a' wide
study of sociology, has worked In Hull
House, Chicago's famous social settle-
ment; nas studied tbe , conditions In
hospitals; Insane asylums', Institutions
for, the deaf,- dumb and : blind ; has
gone: Into factories and other similar
places where women and child, Jabor
is i employed,; and 'has fgone down ... to
the ; very bottom of conditions sur
rounding the" poor and working class
es; In .varioua sections of the country.
Ehe loves child ren,and this attribute
is the ; basis for her enthusiasm ; in
their , welfare v She . knows all about
baseball and can discuss J: the i fine
points of the game ; with the most
rabid "fan" :f among .the boys with
whom her .work has.broyght her into
contact f She has'- whispered.- word
of comfort for the ; little tot 'whov has
broken her dolly;; and with the sturdy
little boys whose interests are' center
ed, in steam engines and kites "She
has all the Intricacies of these mystf-
rying inventions at. her finders' ends.
She-knows how: to play and knows
practlcallyvery 1 child's game that
was ever invented. Fifteen years ago
she was appointed a member of the
state board of charities of, Illinois, a
positlon'.she has held ever since.' As
a means of fitting herself more tho
oughly to help the cause of child wel
fare Miss Lathrop" has familiarized
herself with the laws relating to chil
dren, not only those : on" the ; federal
statutes but those of ' various states
I throughout the" country. ; -. -
"Carmen" will doubtless meet with
" Other 'changes will be made by the
balance of the vaudeville .talenfhlle
a special feature is made of the mov
ing picture programi ; uc.
This will be the last. week of vaude
ville at the; Nuuanu street playhouse
for some time to! come as beginning
Saturday: the Hughes Musical Comedy
Company ; will bold sway ; for two
weeks, following : this a 'dramatic stock
takes issue - for - patronage.
I When you are not feeling well, ev
erybody you meet- - will : recommend
seme remedy : they wouldn't think of
trying themselves. . ? ,
ton and was a' fraternal r delegate
f rora.v the National Women's Trade.
Union LeagueHo the international con
gress "in, Stockholm, last year. ' Some
of ' her.' attention has Veen ' given - to
investigation of Industrial conditions
In Chicago- last winter and - the
enamelers'-; strike. At uthe : recent
meeting of. the board of directors of
the. .;;C c z : til : Fc c ration' .'cf 'vTc :.:U -
Cluhs Ens. WT.3- ap-clntecj secretary
of ltd drama taction c the lltera
ture committee.' She Is a-Journalist
In the har.!3 cf wi '"-awake chairmen. J and-lecturcrr' and : her knowledge of;
In Connecticut,. I. In;; Ed ward' Tcrrltt the hlElorycf the suffrage movement
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a Trdm.f advance' notices of tonight's
change of bill at the Liberty theater it
would appearthat' the particular feat-:
ure of the program will be. the , cos
tume to. be -worn by Senor Pla 'This
particular object is a "Toreador" dress
that v cost over 1 one . thousand y dollars
and valued by Senor Pla' in excess' of
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That the costume- is unquestionably
the most elaborate ever seen' on a lo
cal vaudeville stage , there 'is little
doubt, but, it Is a question if it vCIlJ
appeal for, notice ' as greatly as the
singing of the wearer and his selec
tion for tonight's bill of numbers ffom
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