The daughter of the first Lord Selborne and sister of the present Lord, Lady Laura Ridding has worked so enthusiastically and whole-heartedly on behalf of working women that she is recognised to-day as one of the greatest friends of women workers, and one only has to read her speeches at the 1911 conference Of the National Union of Women Workers, for instance, to realise how-devoted she is to the movements which have for their object the elevating of her sex. Lady Laura was married to the late Dr. Ridding, who was former Headmaster of Winchester and, later, Bishop of Southwell, in 1876. Her father, at that time, was Lord Chancellor of England.

Lady Laura Kidding E. H. Mills

Lady Laura Kidding E. H. Mills