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MERE MAN RUNS IOWASUFFRAGE FIGHT AND1"
HOLDS J03 WITH AID OF REVOLVER
.A mere man has nearly broken woman, for long the leader of the
up the state suffrage association suffrage1 cause in Iowa, died she
of Iowa. . left $5,000 .to carry on the state 4
He sits behind locked doors, work. She also expressed the
,ami4 the yellow banners and un- wish that H. G. Gue, son of her
der the benign face of Susan B.
H. G. Gue, who refuses to quit.
'Anthony, in suffrage headquart
ers and refuses to budge.
In the drawer of his desk he has
a revolver and he positively1 re
fuses to give up his job.
His name is H. G. Gue, and he
says he is going to run the suf
frage campaign of Iowa jn spjte
of hell-and high water.
When Mary J. Coggeshall,"a
gentle, dignified silvery" haired
Mrs. John T. Mulvaney, who
read the first resolution calling 7
for Gue's resignation.
old and dear co-worker for suf-,
frage be appointed to carry on
the campaign. . ti.
So he was given the office by a
joint committee of the Men's Suf- '
frage league and the Women's
Suffrage association. . z
It was cold weather. The Man'
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