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MARYLAND SUFFRAGE NEWS
Vol. 111, No. 40
Help build the road across for them.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I’Hfre
The Ilristow-Moudell Amendment 313
City Nows 311, 315
National Nows 315, 31li
Itoms of Interest from Equal Suffrage
States 316
DEDICATION
To the poor women without homes, to the little toilers who
should be in the schools and playgrounds, to the white slaves in
their tragic bondage, and to the children who die, these pages
are dedicated! May every woman who is not too idle to have a
thought, or too vain to have a soul, or too rich in gold to have a
heart, join in the great struggle for women’s freedom!
Purity, Liberty, Justice—these we must work for!
THE BRISTOW-MONDELL AMENDMENT
Vote on Federal Suffrage Measure Postponed Owing to Lack of
Quorum.
The vote on the Bristow-Mondell amendment has again been postponed.
It was thought that the vote on the bill would be taken on December 29. but
Entered as second-class matter December 14. 1912, at the postoffice at Baltimore. Maryland, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Page
Advertisements 317, 31S. 31!)
Letter iind Inquiry Columns 319
I.nmp of Sacrifice 319
Editorials 320
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915
STEPPING STONES
owing to the absence in the I louse of so many members who are spending
their holidays away from the Capitol, it was impossible to secure a quorum.
It is now practically certain that the question will be brought up some time
during the second week in January, and in the meantime all possible pres
sure must be brought to hear upon the Maryland Representatives in
Congress.
EVERY COUNTY AND CITY LEAGUE should pass special resolu
tions urging the representatives to cast their votes in favor of the amend
ment, and EVERY suffragist in the State should write TODAY to the
members from Maryland. A telegram will bear more weight, but a letter
will have very good effect.
The list of Maryland's Representatives in Congress is as follows:
Hon. Jesse D. Price.
Hon. J. F. C. Talbott.
Hon. Chas. P. Coady.
Hon. J. C. Linthicum.
Hon. Frank O. Smith.
Hon. D. J. Lewis.
Address,
House of Representatives,
Washington. D. C.
Five Cents

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