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Kr >TE A'MD M.' T IH.U
1.0?H THF NAT?O ?IL \S >OC -kTION AND CONGRES- ^
? SIONAL UNION WILL WORK FOR NATIONAL
AMENDMENT THIS YEAR. Mm
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Mon??. ? r will pu' I
I ?
i?.!. i??'it. <?'
.
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u ne. among
things, -ii Washington is to cats
i ? cry mci ' h - -??' On
:???? are Mrs. Medill M
Kan kin. \? ? '
worh ' ?usl she
V.i- | r"e Fur.'?..
e of 1 being
pel Haded ! ? ! ? But if then
i ,i i-h:i' ?
?ero ;.
?
1.-lise. I li. ?
?it; 1 \ cre-*lit<
?
that it had
Everybo ? up In
percentage.
'A'e'Tl' ?'
??*x*tmt?a<??*'- --
Mrs. Grace Benefiel Cotterilly a New York State ]]lss c La Homa mn 0pen the Votes for
campaigner. Women Ball with a Solo Dance.
en ex?
arked him down.
? . ? .1 l?ifi,
...
.,. e thin?
to be i
I.? publican
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DR. SHAW T/ ' C HICH t ASSO?
CIATION PLANS AS TH EXT STE?P FORWARD
IN WOMAN'S BALLOT M H.
il '
?'-ikkx
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. ? i ?. . tory.
"I have i
I had ?
there
Watching
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But, y< mis,
:.: . niu'-h moi? ?
frage I
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, i be .
The
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Mrs. Waller McNab Miller, President of the Missouri ?
State Suffrage Association. '
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11
?tantly
.-n the
early
l:hode
Bills U laegls
in
r ? a reeo
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to pa?? the
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??v had
i?
? member.* ..'
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?v.ir of l
;tion, is re
I proof of the ???
? hallo'
i the hai di of women.
lady State Coa ? aad Statut??.
? n: :*e*
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t
Illinois
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before state
res on t h t ? ?ubj
?0 nt a hear
?he Vermon*.
I, and later
?e New
lampehlre Legislature.
res< ? Casnpa?g'n?b.:;- ri Missouri
ONW I ' ? T,nr " TRAINS AND CART-* >TATE ON'S
PRESIDE J .ED THROUG "
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rn ?lie. ??
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?ret tticki ?i
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?ith Wa?s ?
if tea ?
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?L?Tir?t aftei
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? Jiicttl
pol il
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? ;.-. t-rlio
? .-ne , -e i
any; cl
picnic
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. -lonar!
at t ?? ';me w
? the notional hen?'
' 'th av., recentl]
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"We Beidom tried to call
r nobody goes t
? . er?.
ouri i.? difficult
m.?ids are respectabl
. r? are execrable. Si
.? out of the qui
? r i on. mulo
mule o.rt. Sometimes the
manaced to ti?e the railroad, and rod?
;. in the carriages. But a
I ? n pai sengei train:
i through the town only once i
??? hatever ela<
? u. Cattle trams an
.? 01 k -.,
. one has a sensu
? 'icr than waiting
ftarnoon I" fore going
? | lin y trav
? g tiie.r dea
and appealing
on a campaign must
be. "Hut walked from
town to town. I am no hiker. And we
: to excite comment."
Ali-sourl Not \4?are ?if Woman Mo?e
ment.
...
not at all i rare
ution going
. or d.d know, nothing
?i i.i.liood. A
. ? ? i . ard "f at
y had been told that
? ciea of destructive
mi I ? ?w their
omething abou*
ngn gated at
,, CUS? them.
.... g ("it
r bus
. 1.1.or
i i But for that
? They
? ? . ie things and
_.,
:
. ..
them n
there ?
It us? ? than it
"Al
?
muddy road? We to
school-, weie di gi?"?' f.;:. ' .
there were no good teachers, ;:
trood teacher would stay there be
the ?anitation in them was su bad, be?
cause the road? were .'..I be
?
Things like that
'good' and 'womanhood,' woke them
up. And before we left we had them
orjrani?ing town club? i i
? various matter.;. The r?
person is I e easiest person
world to get at. All you h;i\e '?? do
i* to make him actively, pot
"II.. ? did I
en. 1 !" worn
.' can
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wont
i ti would be i snt and
It
Ar.I t'na' ar
iiled.
? ? ? pro
n. All that
1 ity, f..I e\
ind for the
inced pro
rest of Missouri i
the que tion of th? t? put to test
?'..i indi .
"Ai : we do not need to enti
poulies. The question Is ah'.'inly there.
?j. ...>? too ? rt ng to b< .- ored, and
fast becoming i pi
? ?
? ? eir ou n eau. e b? ti i usting il
there. Now. out com?
the men. not to do a'hat vu
? ?. but to talk. And if they do talk,
there ?s a chance that (hey will ?
and inconsequential character of
?
r," continued Dr
Shaw. "l'en;.!. | ,,,1 of
'
afraid of bogies in the dark. And they
are afraid to be caught inadverti
m the making of history.
''Bat '.he reason why we lm.l such
success in Washington was not because
mmittee worked so hard, or be
cause the Congressional Union w<
so hard, or becau-e of any other imme?
diate suffrage party. I; was because of
i he 4vork we have been doing for so
many years. It is because we have won
over f-.i many Mates and because we,
in consequence, had SO many Senator.?
working for ui from within. Work
from within does more good at such
times than endless pounding from with
<ut. They made the legislative bodies
listen to u?."
Dr. Shaw "Tired Out" from Lecturing.
Dr. Shaw has been lecturing all over
the country, and "is just tired out"
from her labors, At tie end of the
month 'ig South to rest for
St. Valentine Favors
I apt
?theth
toft-? st. Valentines
^?"iner
i Party.
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... (roth big a'-'i Wtle tOtUS het??ne
(\\ l ????In-aBirthela? " ?P?-? ,
JUST /?WIVED ^*ft?2kd?rS^ up
-?. p|, I ..-,?? t.rst to .: ,- > 00*.
D ?-.?- ? ^?.afv Mt-tM Broadway, M? T.
I SHACKMAN & CO. Uet L'Oth and 21.1 St..
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ARE WOMEN PEOPLE?
By ALICE DUER MILLER
TO SUSAN B. ANTHONY.
St >.\ll.THING tli?rc
I . .r all yo. i; I? in and hiph,
I low un:.. us, to w h..in th< kin
. fait ??! light, an easier l< >i.
Vi mr name w i mill Im cry,
\ silver trumpet bl< >\. ing to i; i
Steeling our hearts, filling our eyes wit
i living us fire and ?. n I
This ! a thing
I low j. itmg. r w ? ': i' ii '.' '
\\ ould rise and ? <1
PROPERTY i.
I* in Now '. crsci
killed his h ifc and I
"In the a--.ii:. ' icved I-cster
could get ;.!? ng 1"-. ausc lie w as ... bi ? >. lies the
?it the fact that \ueib spared his son
The two gii were v en and
i til I in si i.;.
'I his .
Atier!- ??ni's Ii the
? .1 till?
A NEW VIEW OF Tin: ? ,!..; si:.\.
Mr. Kiplii
?? ? '. ipeaks of I
"1 ?m itupi ' ?'? he say?. "I n?
It is a race cl wotm n.
?n their philo ;
( Inly the ?tali
the paragraph
SOMETHING HARDER NEXT TIME.
"How com? it," demanda the woman'i pr. ffragisl
nearly all come from non-suffraj
Por the ?ame reason that there are i es in all this i
broad denux i
A MILD BOAST.
We lia;n from-th( paper that ffle , tioni c*p?
-M??d to worn ? luffrage have ?en to sufferers in Europe.
A? the anti's claim to represent 90 per cent of Ami
?ad ?a there ai t 25.000,0 try, t
?how if our i
I
in seeking nai .omen alter whom to i
????? York, a correspondent utggests the following list enting
those ?vi; i have done most foi the I" ?.I icii
Miss Lurclina Petty, who drowned rather than learn to I exer?
cise whi h s' e . ?msidei : in?
Mrs. Rosalind House, who, in i1 ed to
. c I rr h< : ?? : r a reasi ??? w tsoc\ er.
Miss Caraminitta T. Grace, who refused ever to learn I ? read or write,
I h -t ??' Id b distract? d from hci ? '? tm-sti, dm
'Miss Lily Mabel Sweet, who committed sni ide on I?
have to contaminate herself in the min
om the City Hall.
PLEASING TO THOSE WHO LIKE THAT SORT OF THING.
VV< II it seems
Bow die, of Ohio, a the I I
g
.-? ? he? c, and l l ry i
? with a " ?
rhe | '
frage enjoyed every word of it
"Mr. I:. ?? writi s, "<i
used that most tellti
rarri? d with resistlesi
?
i i .. 01
\\ ho is it thinks tl
Man. i Man i
laugh 1
n have sti
? V ashing! n. who i
\nd Nathan I [ale and William Tell,
i lampden and i ?? \\\ ar and i
And I.'? luverture mber him ?
And Garibaldi and Kossuth,
And some who threw away their youth,
\1! bitten by the stupid n I
That liberty was worth env ition.
They could not get it through their I.
That if they stayed tucked up in be?
-.voiding politics and strife,
l hcy'd lead a pleasant, peaceful life.
Let US, dear sisters, never ma!
S-n-li .i ridiculous mistake ;
But tea? !i our children o'et and
1 hat liberty is just
r IK \St ES ENGLAND.
(-*?? RAI E BENEFIEL COT?
?W I'll ? con ?? out of ' ' e \\ i it t.
help New >",>i-k win auftrage
Arn! d
. :. p.-.r* in nineteen ? in?
ning campaigns, and five of them for
Mrs l tterill, ? ? er-In
law ?? ?" Mayor of
Seattle, Wi I her earn
ing career by :
her ho Or, rather, it ?
h?-r home stati i tah was l.er home
iwn up into suf?
frage withoul thinking anything about
it, and then suddenly when aha e
an ii.'.i.. e into Washington she
realiz? ?1 her
Ami, strangelj ' until
A SUFFRAGIST LOGMIMVAR
?he waa deprived of the power to vote
much
?? t.'ie ballot,
coul'l not vote i-> Washington, t-he
1 in t.? win th? yuto for them.
She waa ?o ?uccessful that v|.-- went in
for other measures, and ;
winning campaigns for mothers' pen?
?ions, free I for sehool chil
tion in schools,
prison r? foi n: ? and Institu?
women wire child's plaj to Mrs. I
? asked
help thim out when they went
in for arid they v. on I
time.
to help New York.
?< lure. H' r
:unc-e.l by Miss
?Vornan'? 1'oliti
.ari.
"1 .? mply don't take failure in*o cen
i ?o out to win '
smiled. Sho had been talking over old
times with Miss Anne Martin, of ?Ne?
vada, of how they had worked teg
i the
library of the National Ai I
Campaigns Among Working People.
"1 ha? ?? ?.. rea made a good many
Cotterill
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and
to work
'. ren.
,.-n. and th?
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vour women folks get the vote r
? to improve your eomlition? '
?'????1 I went on to tell th.-m Jnst how
much it woul?! mean to them. When
the meeting waa over a'.oiit fir
then hung arotin?! to ask me question?.
an?l I have ilnee reeeiwed from tha'
union an indorsement of equal ?of
Mas Meen ( itren of Sit Stale?.
Mr.?. Cetterlll has been a citizen <?"
six sta fran
?'In -? I ?? ral ' r , ? !? cm -,11:,' fh?
bord.-r ?ifrage has
not Le? | to wotaea.
"I ha.e lu?d to suffer disfranehise
rri'-nt after I wm u eitisea of the United
Mr? <ott?r,.l exclaimed, in?
dignantly. "But a foreigner who i?
? lade a citir.cn la one sta*.
mams a citizen In any other ?ta'e he
ma-, i/ioo.'?? to KO to.
"1 was bum and reared la Utah," 'h
continu? ?I, "ai.'l I was so arcustonu-ii t?,
seeing my mother ami father going I
L,'? th. r l?. the polla that J ne? cr thought
at it a? a privilege. I just took it as a
matt? r ??f luct . I crossed
?n imaginary lina into Waahington, l
found out lust what It meant. I was
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I that to get leg*
, fur the ?? emen and
it v.... necessary tnat wataaa
bave part In th? government Bo l
ige, sad the
"?lo I su.l
lenly, I I mothers' p?M?
k'ork State
ou know thai at
ehildrea
: , aome other
? but can -
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