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Women in Public Sphere.
I QHHAT the wives of delegates to the next Imperial Conferí j [ ence should simultaneously confer was the suggestion of
Mrs. Sidney Webb, speaking at a luncheon at the Forum Club to-day, at which Conference delegates and their wives were entertained. She added: "There are many questions our husbands do not understand. Foe instance, maternity, children's education, housing, and also films, could be dis cussed." Good-natured rivalry developed regarding which was the most loyal Dominion. Miss Margaret Baster, wel coming Mrs. Parker Moloney, claimed that Australia was second to none in loyalty to the Motherland. Miss JBerendsen declared that New Zealand was the most loyal Dominion, while Lady Allardyce claimed that Newfoundland had the
finest war record.
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