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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 29, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10',
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STATE-WIDE CAMPAIGN IS BEING WAGED BY
WOMEN TO PUT MISSOURI ON SUFFRAGE MAP
St. Louis, Mo., May 29. Suffrage
will be put to a vote in Missouri next
Women of thetate-expeot to- place
the state on the map-as a suffrage
state at thai Wine. They intend to
have sufficient signatures to their ini
tiative petition, which will make it
possible to.brjng the matter, before
the people by June 1.
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Mrs. Walter M. Miller; Mrs. AJloe C. Mbyer, Irr Middle; and, at Bottqm, Mr?,
Emily N. Blair.
The campaign, -which is Missouri
rcid, is on in earnest, and many
loted women of the business, profes
sional and home worlds are devot
ing "brains and tune to its various
The plan of campaign is similar In
nany respects to that carried, qr in
other states, where, suffrage has heen.
fought for and won- -
Thousands of addresses have been
made all through the country as well
as in the cities of Missouri.
Men and women have been appeal
ed to in, squally earnest terms.
Just now a Missouri-leaflet is being
p -. .ia2&? , .