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GOLDEN SUFFRAGE CAR WITH CRUSADERS
AND GOWNS STARTS 15,000-MILE TOUR
Miss Nell Richardson and Mrs. Alice S. Burke in Cuffrage Car.
New York, April 12. Look out for
the "Golden War Car" of the Woman
Driven by Mrs. Alice S. Burke and
Miss Nell Richardson of the National
American Woman Suffrage associa
tion, the little automobile lias started
on the first lap of a lfr.QOO-mile tour
which wilT carry the two suffrage cru
saders twice across thecontinent.
Christened with, a bottle of gaso
line by Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt,
national president of the suffragists.
the tiny machine left New York amid
a. shower of yellow daffodils.
"We expect to .make from 75 to
100 miles a day,''4said Mrs. Burke.
"And will arrive in Chicago and St.
Louis in time to attend the suffrage
demonstrations there during the big
party conventions on June 7 and 14.
"Our first stop will be at Trenton,
N. J. After that the route lies
through Maryland, Virginia, Texas,
Arizona, California, Washington,
Montana, Illinois and Ohio."
The little fellow car is fitted gift
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