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VOL. 3, NO. 18 Chicago, Saturday, Oct. 18, 1913
MRS. PANKHURST GREAT AS MOSES!
WOMEN SHOULD WELCOME HER
So Says Mrs. Raymond Robins, National President of All
Women's Tirade Union Leagues of America, and
Hailed a "Woman "World-Builder" She Tells
'Why fie English Leader of Militants Js
a Figure in Worlds-History.
BY H. P, B.URTON
(Copyright, 1913, by,-the Newspaper Enterprise Association.)
"Emmeline-Pankhurst, rushing towards America now, is as gigantic
a figure in the history of the great wrld as Moses! ,
"She is the wonderful prophet who, with a ballot as her-rod, is surely
going to strike out of the rock in which it has beensdeepburied for. cen
turies, that as yet unknown, that as yet untasted springswoman's person
ality!" Mrs. Raymond Robins is the speaker. Mrs. Robins is the national pres
ident of the Women's" Trade Union League of America and she has ".practic
ally, in, he? hands for the moulding, the lives of- millions of girls who work
girls who work in shops and factories .throughout the land. 'And such a
unique and revolutionary force, is sb.e bringing to bear on the lives' of work
ing women that a great' writer on "the feminine movement" ;has just "in
cluded her, among the- dozen leading- "Womemas World Builders."
"Every woman, arid especially . the woman-whd-works In America,
shouldbe training ,hereager eyes, toward UheStatue-of Liberty in New
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