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children, and Is happy and Is lead-ted to ce of uuffraglstB, Mrs. Bmlth
In a womanly woman anu iovcs ncr
home, und wishes to see every home
as happy as her owt, This she con
siders can only be obtained by uni
Mrs. Smith Of Seattle
Pays Tribute To Women
' Of Honolulu '
i In an Interview with Mrs. Oeorge
A', Smith of Scnttle, who Is spending
the winter at Wnlklkl, yesterday aft
ernoon, the following Interesting
facts were elicited In regard to
"Kor four yearB I was secretary
of the Colorado Equal Suffrage As
sociation and was a delegate to the
national cbmentlon which was held
In New Orleans In 1901. It was
thcre that I met Mrs. Susan 0. An
thony and Mrs. Carrlo Chapman
Call, the recognized leadors of wo
mnn's suffrage In America. '
"I linvo been away from Denver
for tho past six years and now re
side In Hcatllc, where suffraglsm Is
veiy active. Since arriving In Ho
nolulu I have given several private
talks, chiefly at the residence of Mrs.
Krcd Hush. When I regain my
health ft nin overwork and complete
ly recover fiom the effects of a
street cur accident In which I was
Injured, I Intend to give several ad
dresses on woman's suffrage before
I leave for my borne In Seattle. ,
",I um not here to work up any
suffrage sentiment. I devoted a'
gieat deal of my time lust year to
suffrage work, and feel that I need
a complete reit. The national- con
vention was held In Seattle last
July, and the State of Washington
entertained the urlous delegates,
which made a great deal of extra
work for me and others Interested
In woman s suffrage.
"I formed n club In Senttle not so
very long ago. This U known,, as
the Alkal Suffrage Club. In three
weeks the club had a membership Of
110, Including twonty-nlnoj- men.
This Cub h doing .plcndld work In
educating' the niasnes.to understand
the underlying principles of woman's
' In iinswer to tho questloujas to.
what .constituted the difference be-.
tween a suffragette and a suffragist J come before 'the people at the next
tr. ..ilt. u...i.i.. .-. ..i r.i..ii. . .. l . . m
mi., oimiu lauKuuiKiy .am
Ing a good upright life,
"1 have no doubt that In Novem
ber, when the bill comes before the
people to be voted upon by the male
voters of Washington, that women
Will be cranted tho right to vote.
The State Federation of Labor has
endorsed this bill and many promi
nent Colorado worker are 'now In
Washington helping In the cam
paign for woman's suffrage. Ono
very encouraging feature of this
campaign Is that the Catholics have
come out strong for us, and with
their help and the help of the peo
ple, who are ono and all for us, wo
men will undoubtedly be granted the
privilege to vote In the State ot
"When tho Colorado women first
began' 'to consider tho Question of
Woman's suffrage, the movement was
supported by only twenty-eight wo
inen. 'Within Ave months after
starting this campaign, the leading
attorneys,1 doctors, clergy and busi
ness men ot Denver and 7G per cent.
ot the newspapers were heartily In
sympathy with, tho movement, and
we' gained 'our'end."
"Have, you been long In the Is
lands,lt.(8mlth?" was another ot
the questions asked by the Interview
er, "I have been here since Novem
ber 13, 1908, and from what I can
gather, I da Bot consider that the
people of Hawaii are half as ma-
ftbjne-drlven, as,on the mainland."
e question was,, then asked:
f'Whydo you'conslder It so Import
ant, that women be allowed to votef "
"It Is ,f woman's duty to attend to
publlevaffalrs," replied Mrs. Smith.
"It Is a woman's' duty to look Into
the publlajjealth.of the community,
especially when It touches a man's
business. I (eel there Is absolutely
no- question which does not affect
woman just as much as a man.
. ''"I contend 'that all these questions
which affect the home affect the wo
taeh 6f these homes. Woman's suf
frage will not keep tho women from
the hbmo, but, on the contrary, will
tend to make the home more bcautl-
flit, so thati men will not have re
course to staying out late at night.
There are loss, divorces In Colorado
since the suffrage than before.
For a constitutional amendment
In tne State ot Washington wo need
a two-thtrde 'vote, which for our
State Is 28. We received 31. Threo
did not vote and only eight voted
against. There 'Is an amendment
pending In South Dakota which
The Democrats of the first pre
cinct of ibe Fourth District held
an enthusiastic meeting In Palolo
Valley last night at which about i
thirty attended. Link McCandtess
and Sccietary Rlvcnburg were the l
two visitors from the downtown dls
Organization 'was the principal
business discussed at this meeting,
and a number of propositions touch
ing on that part of the campaign
will be Introduced at the next meet
ing of the Democratic County Com
Mr. McCandtess spoke at some
length on vital political points of
the day. A number of new mem
bers were onrolled in tho precinct
club, register, and the meeting adjourned.
suffragette demands the right of.
woman b suffrage, and a suffragist
asks for thnt lirlvllege. ' c
'"In- America we ask for woman's
suffrage, and If we fall to get 11 the
first tlmo, we try ngalri, and Ifeep
on trying until we gain our end.'
"''Do you coiiBder It womanly1 or
Justifiable for .English suffragettes
to act In .tho violent manner they
do, and In consequence have (.been
held up to so much ridicule by theln
fellow.ctllzcns, lind 'degraded 'by bq
Ing put In "prison?" Mrs; Smith re
plied thnt English suffragettes must
of necessity' act violently. In' 'order
to arouse' the viele.jpirtlcuUrlyhe
men of ''EtiKlRnJ. froimthn ietharila'
apd cOniiervutv;!Btftte (nKjjwbteh
iney iuiu eimiontanneraseitea.
VI eifioiCAo TOlet Jlrsi Pankhu'rst'
uus nuiiiiurr ru oemim, ap .pne 1 yi
qinernori has declared , himself . In'
The attendance at this
7 Sale has been large and the
i Those who have not at-
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tenaea tins snouia lose no
time in doing: so, as
- Goods and Values are'
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L. B. KERR & CO.,
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Fjirmer Governor's Boston Psptr Flays
BOSTON.' Fob. 18. Calling J. Pier-
pont Morgan a "thick necked financial
bully, drunk with wealth," -and the
man responsible for tho attitude ot the
New York, New Hnvon and Hartford
railroad In Its evasion of tho. laws of
tho state, "doflance of the courts, tho
law and the people of Massachusetts,"
tho Commercial Bulletin, a conserva
tive financial paper, published by
Curtis Guild Jr.) former governor of
the state, will tomorrow publish an ed
itorial roosting Morgan and Massa
chusetts stato officials, alleging that
"tho New Haven railroad has been al
lowod to work Its will InKsVglng with
the Boston and Malno road."
Meat Market Mg importers.
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favor ot woman's .suffrage. Before
Wafulngton became a State, they,
nau woman's suffrage, but now it
Is otherwise. Congress promised that
If the women of Washington would
only keep quiet until' after she was
admitted to the Union, woman's suf
frage would be granted. But noth-,
ing has ever betn done' as. yet- by
Congress. However, 'we are agitat
ing, and It will be only a matter
ot a few years before woman's suf
frage becomes universal," r
When asked If she Intended de
livering any lectures here and In
Seattle, Mrs. Smith stated that she
was not a public speaker, but an dr
gaulzer. "1 owe most of my success
as a suffranlut to having lived In
Colorado. I am personally acquaint
ed with Judge Llnduey, and It was
due to the fact that the women of
the. Stale camo forward In tho In
terests of civic righteousness that
Judge Llndsey was elected by a 6000
majority. Colorado is particularly
favored' as regards women being al
lowed to vote." ,
"What .caused the women of Don
ver to become so active?" was the
neift question asked by the Bul
letin representative. ,
''I think th'e altitude of Colorado
hnsiromuthlng,to do with tho ,women
of that State being so active urid
taking Biichj interest In public t-
fairs," Btared Ms.v dmjth, , "The r
tinier cause tor women ueiDg,aiiow
cd1 to vote In potoradq was(the fq'ctl
iliai uruiiiytJiiijuwi wup riU anu ma
streets wore filled with Ill-fed and'
scantily-clad children,, who were be-
ing uruusiu up iu. vuriiau ucnv m
vlcp. t The ''Juveqllo CoyrJ, -whfch
has been nit object lesson 'to the
whole world!, had Its Inception In
Donver by the Woman's Club. Judge
Llndsey has done noble work, and'
election, 'for.igrantlng the right' of
women of that State to vote. The
iStateuJutvInk juffroge at the pros-
r.h Ux. --J- n-l j- j-i ...r
.. niuv. uiv- uuiurauui luauu, uiau
and Wyoming Thls latter Stale'
had woman' suffrage twenty-one
years before .1 Bhe t.was admitted to
tile Union, and she 'refused admit
tance unless 4he women were allow
ed to vote. This request was
f'The 'States which are ,now agi
tating ' tor -woman's suffrage are
Washlngtonir8outh Dakota, Oregon
and Oklahoma., I am an advocate
ot, female suffrage and consider It
only Just that women should be at
A0," ,the. privilege of" voting, re'
.spectlng political 'questions and fdr
candidate for' publics offlcVS .-,.
a'Dd'you lJke'JJonolulul't was 'n
, itr .'question askett,' Mrk.t- SmUh
pllea thaf she loved those' Islands,
IKJ.I "... itJl.1.!.. J. iJ JL. i
rt,V' UHS! - f,uJ",;rlu " tB; HUM-
qoltoes'wlilcti werp'a plague. ' "I
J am,, preparing., a pper which I In-;
ttnd to read before' the Century Club
or oeatiio in ipru. inis.wiu ue a
suffrage talk., I shall enlarge upon
the thought, that anything which
concerns man concerns woman. I
shall read another paper' before the
King county Political Equality Club
on 'Hawaiian .Women in tie Suf
frage Movement.' I understand that
the native, llawallan women are very
much interested in politic here, and
I Intend getting all the data I can
to "make' my'!iapef Interesting and
Instructive. , A .real sufiraglst, you
know, Ms 'always' glad, to get all the
Information' and Meas trom other
countries; -"as ''it tends to help the
pefore taking leave, Mrs. Smith
stated that the wished to pay a trib
ute to the Women of Honolulu for
their public spirit which was bo
splendidly demonstrated in their last
effort In petitioning Congress to al
low the women ot "Hawaii to ,bo
privileged 'to VOto upon the liquor
question next. July. "I particular
ly wisn to compliment Airs, waiter
Frear forher. splendid Initiative In
calling upon' the women of' this city
to rally in the Interests of the city
and to protect the homes trom the
curse, ot 4rlnk." , ' '
,,"i.,nave wen very mucn interest
ed .n the- Van Kirk case, and the
manner In which tu'la untdrtunate
woman was, Imprisoned. The nfit
thing' which tnb women of Colorado
accompllshedVJmmedlately they,, re
ceived the 'franchise was the estab
lishing; of' an Industrial refofrh
school, fof girls, to 'correspond with
that 6f the boys' Industrial "refofm
school. When a girl wn'B arrested
in Dorver, sho was thrown Into 'the
all with common thugs. The wo-'
men ot coioraao asxea bix ainereni
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