Politics Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Jul 19, 1914.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, July 19, 1914

j tion to Miss Watson.SUFFRAGISTS TO HOLD RALLYMrs. Frances Curtis to Speak on CommonMrs. Frances Kellogg: Curtis ofBeacon street, better known In Boston •society as Mrs. Thomas Pelham Curtis, will speak on suffrage at an open air meeting on Boston Common this afternoon between 5 and 6 o'clock. Mayor Curley has given the Boston Equal Suffrage Association permission to conduct the meeting late in the afternoon near the corner of Beacon and Charles streets. The other speakers will be Nils Kjellstrom, a young Boston lawyer and Miss Minnie Mulry, a Boston linotype operator and writer of motion picture scenarios. In capse of rain, the meeting will be deferred.This opens the second week of street meetings at which Mrs. Curtis will I again be the attraction. She spoke every night last week except Friday at street meetings in Greater Boston and has drawn great crcwrte. This week promises as encouraging results.Tomorrow evening, Mrs. Curtis and other speakers will be in Charlestown, where two meetings will be held. Tuesday evening she will speak at Pemberton square and the corner of Washington and Hollis streets while Wednesday evening will be devoted to East Boston. Friday evening she will speak in South Boston and Saturday evening in Roxburjr.