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"PROPHET OF WOMEN'S MOVEMENT." MISS MURIEL MATTERS ON IBSEN. The annual meeting1 of the Swansea-, Women's Suffi-age Society, which is affiliated with the National Union of Women's Sin- j frage Societies, was held at the Llewelyn j Hall, Y.M.C.A., on Wednesday evening. The aaimual report stated that there were very satisfactory increases in the work and influence of tihe society during the year. Dearly in the year the society comlbinoo with the Women's League in forming a branch of the Chul-cli League of Women's SufE>ra.ge. The Vicar of Swansea kindly lent the St. James's Hall for the purpose. The suffrage movemenrt. in Swansea had lost two valuable supporters during the year in Mr. C. H. Perkins and Mr. R. G. Caiwker, who were both their staiunch friends. Their membership had increased from 100 to 220, so that thev had MORE THAN DOUBLED THEIR MEMBERSHIP. During the coming year hard work was in hand for a,ll interested. It was proposed to bold monthly meetings for members. To their regret, Miss Glascodine resigned the treasurership in September, am d Mrs. Moore kindly consented to undertake it. They had had the good fortune to secure Miss L. Morgan a.s the Common Canse secretary, and her help promised to prove invaluiable. The folowing officers were re-elected:- President, Miss Dillwyn; vice-president, Mrs. Aeron Thomas joint hon. secretaries, Miss Aeron Thomas and Mrs. John Jenkins; treasurer, Mrs. Moore her.. literature sec- retary, Miss Rosser "banner cause" sec- retary, Miss L. Morgan. Subsequently a lecture was given by Miss Muriel Matters on "Ibsen's social dramas, and their bearing on modem problems." Mr. J. Aeron Thomas presided. Miss Matters, who dealt very interestingly with her subjeot, said that they would have no modem drama as it was known to them to-day but for Ibsen. Ibsen was un. doubtedly the FATHER OF MODERN DRAMA. There were thousands ot people in the world to-dav who were moved by ideals which emanated from the mind of Ibsen, although they were not conscious of it. Women suffragettes owed more to Ibsen than any other individual writer, for he was un- doubtedly the great prophet of the women's movement, not as a movement simply to obtain votes, but the movement as they understood it, which was affiliated to the greater movement expressing itself all over the civilised world to-day. Votes of thanks were accorded at the close to Miss Matters and the chairman.

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