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There is on longer an age limit aft
er which women shall cease going
Schools for all sorts of instruction,
for women of all ages, are continu
ally springing up as a result of the
added responsibilities of the modern
woman and the added necessity for
her to haVe knowledge on subjects
on which she now has a right to
One of these -new-schools isthat
conducted at Madison, Wis., by the
suffragists of the state.
They are teaching women the need
of suffrage, how to use suffrage and
how to meet the new requirements of
the women with equal rights.
One of the most interested organ
izers of this school is Mrs. Henry M.
Youmans, president of the Wiscon
sin Suffrage Association. Mrs. Ella
Leass Stewart, Chicago, is an instructor.
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