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The Suffrage Daily News
Montana State Fair Edition.
Published at Helena, Mont., Septem
ber 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 1914.
A Paper Issued by the Montana
Equal Suffrage State Central Com
mittee.
Mrs. L. O. Edmunds, Absarokee, Mont
Managing Editor.
Miss Mary E. O'Neill, Butte., Mont.
Miss Belle Fligelman, Helena, Mont.
Mrs. M. E. McKay, White Sulphur
Springs, Mont.
Associate Editors.
Mrs. Bertha Rosenburg, Lewistown,
Montana.
Circulation Manager.
Subscription Price ...........25 cts.
A BROADER OUTLOOK.
The broader outlook on life that
organization has given to women
is almost beyond comprehension. It
is only a few short years ago that
the masses of women looked at only
the four walls of the house and
called it home. Today the masses
of women look out into the condi
tions of social, industrial and public
life, and know that all these con
ditions are part of the life begun
within the four walls-in other words
the world is home. This change is
being burned into the hearts and
minds of women by getting together
in organizations, thus partaking of
the educational effect engendered by
the closer human touch. Each
woman is developing a more coam
prehensive attitude of mind, a
deeper sympathy, a more perfect un
derstanding, a ibroader outlook.
All organization works to this end.
The effect is not limited to women;
men have been quick to recognize
the educational and human value of
organization. This is readily recog
nized through the limitless number
and varieties of organizations found
among men of all nations. Women
respolid quickly to the spiritual touch
of the world. They are found in the
front ranks of all great human move
ments-it is the spiritual awakening
of womanhood. Organization is
needed to break down the artificial
barrier built up by the narrow ou0
look in the past. Women who come
into closer touch with all conditions
create a brigjter, cleaner, more
wholesome environment for them
selves and for all who come into
contact with them. Bitterness, pes
simismn, sarcasm are swept into the
dust heap of wornout customs, ideas
anti prejudices. Women are gaining
throught hetl roader outlook, but menlt
are gaining equally with them, and
the world grows infinitely better f:ar
the equal growth.
ENTERTAINMENT OF VISITORS.
The suffragists who came to Hel
ena during this week tan find no
woirds to collvey even a snuall ex
pression of their appllreciation iof the
arrangelents made tor their colmfort
and convenience while in the city.
A co:nfortlale antid ctnlluodilous hea:,
quarters in p\lain streel, below Sixth
a\vetlle, iwas at the service Iof allt
suffragists who desired a general
meeting platce. Hlere tie state ofli
ers ilthe unitiring hellpers, the ;county
chairnlen, thle allher makels, tha:.
Who desired to Oslt a few ininultes
o" caIltichl liul with a rooml, gellerail
ca-lllers gat hel'ted to nmake stflralite
medicine and decide on tihe u atinallt
to lie given at a ,lose. net in g. u
t'al compalniolnship each day of fair
week.
Then another poputar place oi
mteltling wtals theilt suftlfrage booth suit
pliet. Iby the tielena s :n lpatli ize'rs
:f tihe suffraell issue. Out at lhe
fair grtIIounds llllndrt d: s of Iutel u1lli
iwontlen called to nlet andl greet eathi
tither, to talk over the schools, the!
children and the Novetmber election.
B:ith thIese confllrtaIle and socialble
('cenlllter were etahlishled iby the l'o
litical E:ltu lity l.,eague ;of Heleina.
.Irsi. .1. . 1. Lewis. the l-residellt, was
alwlayvs -lose to one or the other
place and was ably assisted by a cri's
of intellectual and charming women.
Amonlg tlheml Mrs. Nota t. Riddell,
Mrs. lHenry Rae. Mrs. C. S. Haire,
lMrs. Wiilliams, Mrs. R. J. Lemert.
lMrs. Dlunean, 1rs. Erickson, IMrs.
iteifenrath, Mrs. Earle Turner, Mrs.
Buchanan, Miss Belle Fligleman.
Miss Freda Weinstein, Miss Gratia
Erickson, Mrs. S. B. M. Young, Dr.
11. M. Dean, Dr. Brazier Cordua.
MRS. GEO. STRATTON, GLASGOW.
WHERE TRIBUTE IS DUE.
A leading daily said recently that
the American people have reached
the stage th at they occasionally
pay to a great leader the tribute
he has earned without waiting for
him to die. So it may not be amiss
in passing to pay a sincere tribute
to he many earnest and determined
we:nen who have done so much for
Ihe cause of equal suffrage in Mon
Iana and who are working now for
victory this fall. Their names are
mlany. Some have been in the ranks
for many years and their accomplish
ments have been in the nature of a
foundation for the organization that
stands today. Some are the workers
of which the world seldom hears
not all can build with "massive deeds
and great," but they are none the
less to be honored. And to the leader
of the cause in the state, Jeannette
Itunkin, comes a wish to expree.
some part of the debt the cause
owes to her unselfish and single de
.otion in her untiring efforts to
make Montana, her native state,
read "Victory, 1914."
AND IN CONCLUSION.
The editors of The Suffrage Daily
News wish to extend their thanks
to the many friends who have assist
edO them so materially in nmaking
their brief entrance into journalism
a happy and profitable experience.
The publishing of a newspaper un
dler normal circumstances is a rather
difficult undertaking. To edit a
paper under the pressure of the
many diverse interests which have
entered into the life of the past
week has been especially difficult;
to tpublish one in a print shop already
taxed t t tle limit by the extra work
entailed by fair week was a tre
mendtlous undertaking for all con
cerned. Nevertheless the thing was
done and it is with somie feelingi
o:f satisfaction in the concrete re
stilt of our endeavors that we hang
oil the hook, "Publication susltpndetd."
if we have helped the cause a of
equaltt suffrage in the state by adding
to its publicity delpartment, if we
have taken some little share of thel
turtden of the on::tign frot th'
faithful off'it.ers, if we have gaineil
at l'rind or lo.t ia foe F'or thle ;reat
tatuse in who:se intere'sts the paper,
\"as c:lteeived atlld p iblisned, we ale
ntire ttani glad that we have xhat
a hand in the good work.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE
IS THE ONLY CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
MENT TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 3
VOTE "YES"
BECAUSE
I. Taxation without representation is tyranny.
2. All governments derive their just powers from
the consent of the people governed.
3. The home demands it.
MONTANA EQUp -. SUFFRAGE
STATE CENTRAt .>'MMITTEE.
Headquarters-Thor, t-.. Hotel,
Eiutte, Montana.
Stat. C I. n,
JEANETTE AN:; [N;. Missoula.
Assistant -;tat n:irmIan,
MRS. G. xi. ('C, ,l ' .: (lendive.
Assistant State inra ;."d Chairman,
MISS MARI I:. - I N -,.IL. Butte.
Reo r'd:: , "lat }',
MRS. JOHiN 'VI I'S. Glasgow.
Correspondin FI' retary,
MRS. IIAR\:E: Co!rT. Big Timber.
MRS. E. (. ClINCIl, Butte.
Literati (hairman,
MISS ELOISE !iN(o'\'l,IES, Missoula.
Campaign, j'lu ll ti hairman,
DR. MARIA M?. DtIAN, Helena.
Assistant Canmpaign Fund Chairman,
MRS. L. O. EI.\IUNDS. Absarokee.
VOTES FOR WOMEN
Present Status of the Question in
Montana.
A woman suffrage proposed amend
ment to the ro(nstitution will be
voted on by the electors in Montana
at the next general election, Novem
ber 3. This is the only constitu
tional amendment to be voted upon
at this election.
The same question will be voted
on in Nevada, Nebraska, North Da
kota and South Dakota, Missouri and
Ohio at the same time.
In 1915 the same question will be
voted upon in New York, New Jer
sey', Pennsylvania, Massachusetts
and Iowa.
Women have been voting on all
questions in Wyoming since 1869;
Colorado since 1893; Utah and Idaho
since 1896; Washington since 1910;
California since 1911; Oregon, Ari
zona and Kansas since 1912; Alaska
since 1913; and in Illinois, for presi
dential electors 'and on municipal
questions sinca.918, ,
"I go for all sharing the privileges
of government who assist in bearing
its burdens, by no means excluding
women."-Abraham Lincoln.
MRS. WILLIAM ROZSA.
Mrs. Rozsa is a member of the
Butte Schocl ;oard and an active
worker in t'.. Votes for WomCen
campaign.
COMPLIMENTARY AND O HER
WISE.
As the suffragists drift about the
city they hear mrany comments in
regard to The Suffrage Daily News.
The News caine as a surprise to
mcst people; even many of the suf-I
fragists did not know that they were
gillg to have a pa'per for the cause
tilring the whole fair week. These
are some of the experssions:
"Those women wtn't last over two
issues."-This from the press room
the first day.
"Better make it a permanent
thing."--From the press room the
fourth (lay.
"LDon't you think that picture is
a lot prettier than she really is?"
Heard on the fair grounds.
"'There is an opening in this state
for a paper just like that. It is a
sound financial proposition."-A Hel
ena busiess man.
"The W'omen can sure put the
pep in the paper."-Comment from
a mall on the Eticat column.
"Really, you know, half this stuff
in the Eticat column isn't true and
the word is misspelled." - A very
literal lady.
"The News will give the cause
prestige throughout the state."-A
leading daily editor.
"Grand schem1e of publicity. The
sufftagists deserve great credit forl
their clean, educational campaign."
Amalgamated official.
"The only fault we have to find
is that the managing editor is too
stingy--won't let us 'have enough
copies."-,Jeannette Rankin.
"Surprisingly good looking in ap
pearance."--Dr. Dean.
"Who reads proof on the Suffrage
;aper? It's too amusing. Objection
was spelled with two j's."-Anti.
"Your paper was delightful. 1 read
every word of the two copies that
were handed. me."-Dr. Anna Shaw.
With a real knowing air, Bill Win
ters, the sage
Of 'lnkinlltown station, flared up in
a rage
W\hen Timothy Tompkins, the wise
village rutbe,
Said that any blamed suff was a
misguided. boob.
Said Winters, the sage, "You all
make me tiredt
By all the time knockin' them wim
mins that's fired
WVith lots of enthusiasm, anid such.
All they want is the ballot and that
ain't askin' much.
"l tell yuh them wimmin has got lots
(' stunk
To get out and holler against all
this hunk
That some guys is peddlin' to beat
Iwi:mmin's srights;
I sure like to witness the way them
gals fights.
Fr instance, I saw that there suf
frag'e plarde
lThat laid anything else of its kiind
ill the shade.
And \\w'lon they don.; that alt, bra\-cs
all of them Ltatnts,
stcz gi\ve 'ram the vote antld all eise
1.:ey wiants."
---Contriliuttd.
"1 have alwaycs noticted," staid lir.
,:!gav. "s;inkil cif ' his sturl-y otti
ScI:1 u linging \vilne l:!'.tay, tia: those
o sn. it winit the vintes !',ill.,' the
:use'st a: i; ilost lilXlriantly, are all
;t ad t thih top."
Anything you wish to know about Woman Suffrage, write to
the State Headquarters.
Literature for distribution will be sent to you free by writing
to State Headquarters.
Speakers may be obtained by writing to State Headquarters.
Help suffrage in Montana by sending your name to State Head
quarters.
For correct world suffrage news subscribe for the Woman's
Journal, 585 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. Four months' trial sub
scription, 25 cents.
STATE HEADQUARTERS
MONTANA EQUAL SUFFRAGE
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
THORNTON HOTEL BUTTE, MONTANA
MRS. LOUIS P. SANDERS,
President of the Poliical Equality
League of Butte. Mrs. Sanders is
one of Montana's prolific writers, a
public speaker, an organizer.
FOR
SUFFRAGE
LITERATURE
WRITE TO
SUFFRAGE HEADQUARTERS
THORNTON HOTEL
BUTTE, MONTANA
Headquarters during Fair
320 MAIN ST.BELOW SIXTH
HELENA
IF YOU WISH TO purchase
a 'piano, be sure to call at the
Most, Reliable Piano House,
where th'e best pianos to be
founnd anywere are carried, and
Where the Best Prices and
Easiest Terms can be had.
CHICKERING, KRANICH &
BACH, J. & C. FISCHER,
VOSE, HALLET & DAVIS,
KIMBALL CONWAY
WHITNEY, HEINZE, AND
OTHERS.
We happen to have at this time
a few strictly high-grade pianos
whtclh are slightly store worn
that we will sell at a big re
duction from the regular retail
price..
We also have a number of
real good second hand up
rights that we are offering at
$150, $160 and upward.
ORTON BROTHERS
216-218 N. Main St, Butte
The Golden C
Remedy House
Colbert's Name on the Pack
age is the only guarantee
Insist on Getting Colbert's
COLBERT DRUG COMPANY
BUTTE, MONTANA

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