The Tennessee Equal Suffrage
Association, announces that the convention of 1914 will convene at
Knoxville, Oct. 28, 29, and 30.
The first session will be called to
order Wednesday evening at 8:00
o'clock, Oct.28. Adjournment in order Friday afternoon Oct. 30.
All the auxiliaries of the state
are urged to send their full quota of
delegates, as this will probably be
the most momentous meeting in
the history of the state association.
Great things are expected from
the meeting of the National Association in Nashville, Nov. 12-17,
and the Tennessee Association must
be prepared to reap the full benefits of the greatly increased sentiment, which will certainly be
aroused, in this state for the enfranchisement of women.
General officers of the Tennessee
Equal Suffrage Association:
President, Mrs. Crozier French,
Vice-President, Mrs. James M.
Vice-President, Middle Tennessee,
Miss Maria T. Davies, Jackson.
Vice-President, West Tennessee,
Mrs. G. H. Robertson, Nashville.
Vice President, East Tennessee,
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Perkins Baxter, Nashville.
Recording Secretary, Miss Sue
Treasurer, Miss C. J. Wester,
Those desiring general information will please address Mrs. Crozier
French, President, Tennessee Equal
Suffrage Association, 620 West
Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville,
Headquarters At Hotel Imperial
Delegates whose names are sent in
not later than Monday October 19th,
will be assigned homes by the Knoxville Equal Suffrage Leagues.
The Hotel Imperial and the Colonial will give special rates to delegates. . The sum of $5.00 for each
delegate must be paid into the State
Treasury before 8 o'clock Wednesday October 21st. Miss C. J.
Wester, Treasurer, James Building,
Chattanooga, Terms. The Constitu-
tion requires that the books close
one week before the convention.
Names of delegates and alternates
should be sent as soon as possible
to Mrs. Emma Fanz Price, 525 W.
Vine Ave., Knoxville, Tennessee.
The first session will begin Wednesday evening, Oct. 28, 8 o'clock,
when addresses of welcome with
responses will take place. An address will then follow by Mrs.
Medill McCormick of Chicago, the
chairman of the Congressional Committee of the National Woman Suf-
frage Association. After which an
informal reception will be tendered
by the Knoxville Equal Suffrage
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock hte
Credential Committee and the Executive Committee will meet at the
Imperial Hotel where the morning
session will convene for regular
business at 10:00 a.m. Thursday
afternoon the delegates will be taken
to points of interest in and near
Thursday afternoon addresses will
be made by Miss Alice Paul of New
Jersey, the president of the Congressional Union, with headquarters
at Washington, D. C, and Miss
Maria T. Davies, the distinguished
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