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MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FIGHT TOGETHER
FOR THEIR PERSONAL LIBERTY
Mrs. Lulu Wightman and Her Daugh
San Francisco, Cal. Miss Ruth.
Wightman,. 17, and her mother, Mrs.
Lulu Wightman, are fellow agitators
in the cause of personal freedom.
Miss Wightman was -recently ar
rested in Sacramento, capital of Cal
ifornia, for appearing on the streets
in 'Chinese costume. Pleading per
sonal liberty in matters of dress, she
convinced the judge that she had the
right under the law that the Chinese
have, and won her liberty. Both have
spoken on the street corners of many
cities iu the country.
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