WOMEN'S NATIONAL ANTI-SUFFRAGE LEAGUE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE "spitcrAros."1
Su,—May I beg the hospitality of your columns to remove a misunderstanding? I find that members of the Women's National Anti-Suffrage League, in all parts of London, are feeling aggrieved at not having received notices of the meeting on November 5th at 3 p.m. in the Queen's Gate Hall. May I explain that this meeting is being held to inaugurate the South Kensington branch of the League, and that, applications for tickets being very numerous, I am obliged first to consider the claims of members of the branch and their friends? I have now secured increased accommodation, and shall be very glad to receive applications for tickets from members of the League, which shall be met, so far as tickets may be available, after the needs of the branch have Hon. Sec., South Kensington Branch of the W.N.A.S.L.
1 Albert Place, Kensington.