With the closing days of July, the final stages in the campaign began. Announcements drifted into the Press that it had been decided by the leaders of the Female Suffrage movement, that, in view of the extremely favourable position now occupied by the Bill for Female Suffrage, all further raids and agitation should cease; but, that if the Bill were rejected or talked out on the Friday, then a gigantic demonstration and raid in force upon the House of Commons would take place on the Monday following, for which date all sympathisers were asked to hold themselves in readiness, and to adopt the instructions which had been communicated to the fighting wing, and could be obtained by any others on application at the offices of the movement.