"FEWER GIRLS WILL 'GO WRONG,' " FEWER
BOYS WILL BLAST THEIR OWN LIVES
Mrs. Thos. W.' Hepburn, of Hartford,. Conn.,. President of the. Connecticut
Woman's Suffrage Associatiori;PHotographed With Her.Three, Children.
By Frederick M. Kerby.
Washington, Dec 26.-Wnit-slavery
is either a necessary- condi
tion of present day society, or it .is
not. We propose to; find out whtchi"'
That is the proposition whicli Mrs.;
Thomas W; Hepburn, president of the
Connecticut 'Woman's Suffrage As
sociation, puts down as 'a starter.
Mrs. Hepburn, with a little group of
wdmen who came as delegates
to ". the . .woman's suffrage con-
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