EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS HAVE
ENDED THEIR CONVENTION
Resolutions Adopted by Faction of Which Mrs, French
is Presdent (sic.),
The annual convention of the Tennessee Equal Suffrage association was
brought to a close Friday afternoon
when the faction of which Mrs. L. Crozier French is president, adjourned sine
die. The faction of which Mrs. James
McCormack is president, adjourned Fri
It was voted by Mrs. French's faction
to donate the sum of $200 to the national
suffrage convention, which meets in
Nashville Nov. 12 to 17.
The city of Knoxville was thanked by
rising vote for its hospitality and kindness, and resolutions of good will were
adopted as follows:
"Resolved, first, that a hearty vote of
thanks be given the Knoxville Equal
Suffrage league and its friends for their
delightful entertainment of the convention of the Tennessee Equal Suffrage
association of 1914, among which we
mention especially Mr. William M. Epps,.
Mr. Joseph S. Monday, Mr. Wm. Eugene Monday, who with their handsome
cars met belated trains with good humor,
handled weighty suit cases with chiv-
alric courtesy, and with celerity conducted the delegates to various points of
local and historic interest; also a number of the members of the Board of
Commerce who were so generous with
their cars; also the ladies of the Ossoli
circle for their most enjoyable entertainment of the delegates.
"Resolved, second, that the Tennessee
Equal Suffrage association extend a message of all good will, hopes for successful work, and harmonious relations to all
organizations endorsing the cause of
equal suffrage in the state of Tennessee.
"Resolved, third, that the press of
Knoxville be thanked for its interest in
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