A Cure for Suffragettes
Moving Picture World magazine (Oct - Dec 1913) described this film as "a farce of suffragettes and comic cops."
Caroline Spankhurst and her suffragette brigade conclude to stop at nothing, so in their dauntless enthusiasm they forget their babies peacefully reposing on the sidewalk. The babies fall into the hands of the traffic squad, ordered to keep clear streets. A small-sized riot is taking place, but every mother's a suffragette so why cry "Help?"
—Moving Picture World synopsis
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