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The College of Montana
Deer Lodge, Montana. Collegiate and Academic Courses of Stud;y---Special Courses in Music, Domestic Science, Commerce and Oratory - Able Faculty - Thorough Training-Student Supervision. Board, Room and Tuition for the Year, $275. People of Helena and visitors to the State Fair may have the oppor tunity of hearing the Faculty of Music and Expression at the Pres ~yterian Church Thursday evening at 8 p. w. Tickets, 5Oc. BILLINGS BOOK BINDERY Morse Block, Next to Fire Hall WE DO General Book and Loose Leaf Bind ing-Blank Book and Magazine Bind ing - Make Rubber Stamps - Carry Complete Line of Stationery-Steel Die and Copper Plate Printing. Manufacturers. HYSHAM HAS A Bank; a Doctor, a Church and Two Saloons, one Restaurant and one Barlber Shop, one Hardware and three General Stores, six Passenger Trains daily; two Big Lu.rber Yards, Crack Baseball Team, two Real Estate Firms, Weekly Newspaper, Town Hall 40x80, City Street Lights, Good RoBds. SECRETARY COMMERCIAL CLUB Hysham, - - Montana The Columbus Mercantile Company Columbus, County Seat of Stillwater County General Merchandise Bought and Sold Eastern Montana Summer Normal Camp East Rosebud Lake, Carbon County Miss Rosa Dell Miss Vinnie Burton Billings, Montana Scandinavian American Bank BIG TIMBER, MONTANA W. P. Franklin, President F. R. Hickman. Vice-Presideni E. J. Moe, Cashier For the Newest in Hats, Suits, Coats Dresses and Wraps At Very Moderate Prices Visit SHEEHAN'S 103 W.Broadway Butte LOCALS Among those from distant parts of the state who called to meet other believers in votes for women were :.r. and Yirs. Charles Beemer of Chinook, Dr. Elma B. A. Arnette and Mrs. W. S. Evans of Culbertson, Mrs. John C. Duff of Chinook and Mrs. J. W. Agnew of Great Falls. Miss Jeannette Rakin received a telegram from Mrs. J. N. Sample of Clyde Park anouncing that a dele gation is to come from there to march in the suffrage parade Friday night. These Clyde Park women met Dr. Anna Shaw at Livingston yester day and will accompany her to this city today. Mrs. Mary Tocher came in today with 20 suffragists from that city. All will be in the parade tomorrow night. Mrs. George Gilmore of Glendive is due here today to be in the Glen dive delegation in the suffrage pa rade. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Irish and daughter, Elizabeth; Mrs. J. Re. Sievers, IMrs. Grace Rabbitt and lit tle son, Jack, motored over from Butte this morning. Out at the suffrage booth Rev. R. M. Craven of Townsend dropped in for a chat and left this state ment: "I have lived where women vote, and had I a thousand votes this fall they would all cbe marked X for woman suffrage. If the hand that rocks the cradle ruled, the world, then give that hand 'the vote." Rev. Craven has been a resident of Mon tana for 46 years. "While I was in Brooklyn last summer," said Miss Dorothy Blake, "I noticed that few women drove their own cars. One day myself and girl friend, who drove her own car, were 'passing a crowd of small tboys. They stared, anld then one exclaimed: "Gee, look at the suf fragette"-implying that one smart enough to drive her own automobile must be a suffragist." INDIAN SUFFRAGETTES. Mrs. Virginia Billedeaux of Brown ing was an interested visitor today. This fine looking Indian woman says the suffrage sentiment on the Black foot reservation is quite strong. "Yes, nearly every Indian woman thinks that 'she ought to have a right to help make the laws as well as the men. Most of our children are well educated and hold property and must obey the laws-so why not learn to be citizens? My daugh ter, Genevieve, is a smart girl and will Ibe glad to take charge of the literature you send us. She is em ployed in town, while I live on a ranch. "O, we all know Helen P. Clark! The Blackfeet Indians know her to be our own dear friend. I used to live in Helena in the old days, when Mliss Clark lived here. She is quite well, and told me to remember her most kindly to her old friends in 'this ;part of the country." SUFFRAGE CHICKEN FANCIER. No one exhibitor at the state fair is more delighted over the big prizes than Miss Georgia C. Young of Hel ena. Miss Young is the proud pos essor of a large numtber of fancy chickens. One of the lovely Ancona cockrells won first prize; a pretty Orpington cockrell carried off the yellow ribbon, 'but it was left to a beauciful little Arcona pullet to win the sweeptakes. Miss Young is one of the :best known women in Helena, and for merly was superintendent of St. Peter's hospital. This enterprising woman finds that chicken raising is a most lucrative and pleasant business for those who desire to be independent. To meet Miss Young is to be couvinced that she is happy in business life. INJUSTICE TO FARM WOMEN Organizations of rural women are multiplying with suprising rapidity. Texas has a Farmer Woman Club which has for its object improvement of the farm , ,msn in enviroment and ofl rtunit United Farm Womans of th ou.' is the name of another uew r15W ization. Kansas has a g;e Inu, I)e: of women in its Agric.lal Co. ' -g who are study ing va "'S 1: -e f ,home econ omics a I rual ,or Lhoms. The Wis consin -.iry 2 .l reports many women delt' "rtb U. S. depart ment -r ,ricll re is planning home classes gruiul of ten women who may re ,e t5x ), bks, lantern slides and at' :- ,v'ea or short courses in poul r;',-raisin, , f-ni growing, soils, cheese ul but -,r-making,and farm bookke, 1g. A_ a f.armer's meeting held in -lringfi( il, Mo. more women than n:, a were in attendence and silos, al"'lfa ani dry-farming were the chi.tf topirs discussed. The Presider' of thi- International Con gress o. Farm Women has been decoratr,,: with ihe Order oft Agri culture of Belguiin. These are but a few instance- of the interests and activities of farm-women and illustrate forcibly the injustice of depriving this important and intelli gent class of women of the vote to protect their investments and ex press their opinions. VOTE FOR Wellington D. Rankin FOR CONGRESS President of Montana Men's Equal Suffrage League THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA OFFERS SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN LIBEPAL ,,ULT RE IS SUPPLEMENTED WITH THE SPECIFIC SK:_L OF TE H'NICAL TRAINING IN THE WORK AT THE UNIVE SITY. COURSES ARE OFFERED IN HC ECONOMICS CHEMISTRY THF FINE ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY M.. ý' C PHARMACY JOL::NALISM ACCOUNTING LIH ARY WOR:< STENOGRAPHY PHYSICAL ED.LC.TION TYPEWRITING PUBLIC .)UC.T:ON TEACHING ..THESE -OU SES ARE THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL AND ARE DESIGN:D S"ECIALLY TO PREPARE YOUNG WOMEN FOR TEACIrING N CHOSEN SPECIAL LINES. THE WORK IS ALL IN ;HE HANDS OF EXPERTS. WRITE FOR A 'OP' OF THE UNIVERSITY REGISTER. THE iJNIVERSITY OF MONTANA E*C/IN BOONE CRAIGHEAD, President. MISSOULA, MONTANA . ~-- . ... MERE MAN'S OPINION We have not yet asked them to join the militia, but if we ever do, there is no doubt but we will have as many Joan or Arcs as we have had Washingtons. If I belived every woman in Montana would vote dry, I would vote for the ammendment. If I believed every woman would vote wet. I would be a dictator if I denied them ithe right. If I was assured they would vote for a con tinuation of capitalism, and no douibt a majority of them will, .I would be doing an injustice to mankind to deny them the right to help in the governing of a country in which they are as vitally interested as the men. With me, as I believe it should be with all fair minded men, not as a question of expediency or per sonal advantage, but one of right and justice. And until some person can show me much better reasons than I have ever yet heard why they should be denied, the right to vote. I shall continue to work and vote to that end. MARSH C. GREEN. The Sweet Grass Boosters' Club Big Timber Mont. J. Kalserman, President LOOK US UP Bell Phone 213 Ind. Phone 1313 Butte Floral Company Flowers and Plants for all Occasions 27 West Broadway, Butte, Montana Can Deliver Flowers in Any Part of the State in First Class Condition. McKee & Lane's Suit Shop SUITS, COATS, GOWNS AND NOVELTIES Odd Fellows Block East Main Street Forsyth. Montana Why Suffer From StomachTroubles? Kelly's Stomach Remedy relieves gastritis, heart burn, sour stomach and all disorders arising rom fermentation of food. Sold by all druggists or send $1.00 to J. A. Kelly, Forsyth, Roundup, Lewistown, Mont. SUPERIOR The County Seat of Mineral, the Newest County in Montana Superior Is Growing Fast Big Auction Sale of Town Lots SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3rd Two Railroads, Electiic Lights. Water System Address H. SCHOENFELD. Superior, Mont. COAL! The Best Coal Is The Acmez Old King Koles PRODUCED BY THE Acme Coal Co. ACME, WYOMING FRANK L. WOODS Montana Sales' Agent, Butte, Mont. Connell's Announce Complete Fall and Winter Stocks in Women's and Misses Suits, Coats, Dresses, Millinery, Etc. An Efficient Mail Order Service BUTTE, MONTANA The Absarokee Trading Company General Merchandise Absarokee, Montana The Biggest Little Town in the State. "Watch Us Grow"