The Harvard Men's League for Woman Suffrage, under whose auspices Mrs. Florence Kelley's lecture was held on Tuesday, is planning to have several lectures this winter on the suffragette movement. Not only will prominent suffragists speak, but also prominent anti-suffragists in order that the two sides of the question may be put fairly before those in attendance at the lectures. Dr. Max Eastman of Columbia University, secretary of the New York Men's League for Woman Suffrage, will probably be among the speakers, and it is hoped that Mrs. Pankhurst, the English militant suffragette, may be secured.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT
Several Lectures will be Secured to Talk on This Subject Before Members of University.
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