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Item 3 of Report of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association Held at Owensboro, Kentucky, November 6, 7 and 8, 1914.

Part of Kentucky Equal Rights Association minutes and reports

sf: . . l 5! . . i, l . l 5! PROGRAM . Thursday, November SAfternoon. , Reception given by Daviess County Equal Rights Association, to i delegates and visitors, at the home of Mrs. \Villiam H. Brannon, from ,, 4 to 6 p. m. Headquarters for delegatesRudd House. j All meetings to be held at Settle Memorial Church. . Opening ProgramThursday, 8 P. M. , Address of Welcome: For the citizens of Owensboro, Dr. J. H. - Hickman, Mayor; on behalf of the business community, Mr. E. W. . Smith, president of the Chamber of Commerce; for the Daviess County Equal Rights Association, Rev. J. A. Gallaller; response for the Ken tucky Equal Rights Association, Mrs. E. L. Hutchinson, rst vice- president. Address: Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, Miss - Kate Gordon, New Orleans. work of Louisville women for School - Commission, Mrs. Samuel Henning, president Louisville Woman Suf- frage Association. Friday, November 6. ; 9:30 a. m.Plan of \Vork Committee. 10:30 a. m.Convention opens. . Report of Executive Council~Miss Laura Clay. . ('i Report of general officers. d, Report of Legislative workMrs. J. B. Judah, Mrs. R. A. McDowell. Appointment of CommitteesOn Credentials: on Courtesies; on Resolutions; on Subscriptions to W'omans Journal, Sale of Literature and Supplies. ReportsPlan of \Nork Committee: Discussion. From local leagues. i Friday, 2 P. M. ' 1 Reports from State CommitteesCongressi0nal Committee, Mrs. J Murray Hubbard, Covingtou; Education Committee, Mrs. Lee Bern- . heim, Louisville; Prize Committee, Mrs. Morris Bartlett, Lawrence ~ . burg; Press Committee, Mrs. Dow Husbands, Paducah; Self-Sacrice Day, Mrs. John Graham, Louisville; Universal Suffrage Day, Mrs. E. L. Hutchinson, Lexington. AddressSuffrage in England. Mrs. James Leech, Louisville. i Greetings from fraternal delegates. 1 Friday, 8 P. M. MusicMiss Susanna Cassett, organist. l Introduction of Judge Henry S. Barker, by Mr. L. S. Pettit. I A Lawyers View of Woman Suffrage, Judge Henry S. Barker. ' :, president State University of Kentucky. . { Introduction of Miss Ingram, by Miss Laura Clay. l i Conditions and Needs of Working Women in Kentucky. Miss , , ~, Frances Ingram, head resident, Neighborhood House, Louisville. E .{ . '. . I] .. g

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