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ROCKEFELLER'S AGENT MAKES STARTLING
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WARD SNYDER DIES RICH MAN SUICIDES
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VOL. 4, NO. 10
Chicago, Friday, Jan. 29, 1915
WOMEN HEAR OF PLOT TO KNOCK
OUT EQUAL SUFFRAGE BILL
Rumor of Organized Plan to Throw Out Women'
.Suffrage Bill Stirs Leaders to Action Plan De
cent on State'Capitol John Dailey-Said
to Be in Chi Plan
Suffrage Jeaders at Illinois are pre
paring for action following a quiet
rumor that has spread ahout in
Springfield that cerjtain members of
the state legislature are preparing
to knock out the woman's suffrage
Before this session there was
suqh a rumor and the women armed
themselves with legal weapons to
fight any attempt. However, the
women became- reassured lay the ap-
uarent lack of actronotf-ttfejgwt'ofj
the known enemies of women's suf
Lobbyists of the liquor interests
are now known to be working at the
legislature to overthrow ' the law
passed at the last session.
Mrs. Grace Wilbur Trout, Mrs.
Charlotte Rhodus, Jane Addams, Mrs.
Bass, Mrs. Joseph Medill Patterson
and other suffrage leaders are trying
to find out who are scheduled to lead
the fight on the bill
They have already found that bl
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