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WOMEN CANNOT "HONEY" ENGLISHMEN, SAYS
IRISH LASSIES ON WORLD'S TOUR
Los Angeles, Cal. "Women can
not 'honey' an Englishman as she can
an American into yieiaing a point, so
she must use militant methods in
Great Britain to obtain suffrage,"
says Hally Flack, one of two Belfast
lassies who arrived here recently for
Left to Right: Kathleen Donehueand Hally Flack.
a few days' stay on a" trip "to see a
wee bit of the world."
Kathleen Donehue and Miss Flack
ably represent modern type of Irish
womanhood, with their excellent edu
cation, broad optimistic views of life,
splendid health and abundant wit.
Although they are the warmest of
friends, the women have widely di
vergent ideas upon political ques
tions. Miss Donehue vigorously cham
pions home rule for Ireland. Miss
Flack thinks that the time is not
ripe for such a great change in the
Irish government,.Miss Donehue does
not approved the militant methods
Lof the suffragets; Miss Flack does.
FOR THE "FISH CRAWL?"
The reception and dance to be held
at he Gaswell gymnasium Friday
evening, it is expected, will be of a
degree which will earn it a place fore
most in the local social season. Cu
sack's Orchestra will furnish the mu
sic, Mr. Haines, of the Mount View
Spring, Poughkeepsie, has kindly do
nated a quantity of water to be used
at the dance. Beacon (N. y.) Herald.
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