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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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SUFFRAGE VALENTINES ON THE DESKSWHENS
CONGRESSMEN GOT TO WORK
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WHICH INCLUDES WOMEN TOO
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THE M0HENTT0ACT
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WHICH MUSTBEND TO THt FACT
IS FOR YOU
WITH STATESMANLIKE TACT
Valentine sent by congressional union to Rep. Henry of Texas, chair
man of the house rules committee, which holds the fate of the Anthony
amendment.
Washington, Feb. 14. St Valen
tine's days is being used by the Con
gressional Union woman suffragists
to further the "cause."
When congress got to its various
offices this morning, it found lovely
valentines, especially prepared and
sent from all over the country by
members of the congressional' union
-each urging support for; theJSusan 1
B. Anthony amendment
There were broad smiles on the
faces of committee clerks and stenog
raphers as they watched the mem
bers look over the mail. Cupid was
on the job in great style emphasized
by the fact that this is leap year
and original rhymes and drawings
conveyed the fact to the members
that oceans of love were availably
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