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Published Each Thursday.
'^Wo )men~noW h«ve the right to vöte. '*& There are in our city hundreds of naturalized American citizens of Hungarian birth whose drives have now the right to accompany the men to the polling places at the November presidential elections. While American born women have followed to some extent politics and will soon become ..familiar with the privileges of suffrage this can not be said of the enfrenehised foreign born women. It is therefore our duty to help enlighten the women. It is our duty and the duty of the husband to explain to the foreign-born women véters How to use their new-born rights—how t# vote, "Women wit! have to be taughté because" the use of the ballot is not only a privilege but a duty conferred with citizenship. "Hungarian grand committees, political and Civic organizations should at once call meet ings for both men and women voters. The ballot and how to use it should be fully ex plained by competent men and women on a strictly non-partisan basis. *We stand ready to do all we can in assfst M$jg the Hungarian-born American women to l^krn the rights of good American citizenship.