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The College of Montana
Deer Lodge, Montana. Collegiate and Academic Courses of Study--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 Mtlllic and Expression at the Pres lyterian Church Thursday evening at 8 p. nm. Tickets, 50c. 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 Bamaber Shop, one Hardware and three General Stores, six Pa'ssenger Trains daily, two Big Lumlber Yards, Crack Baseball Team, two Real Estate Firms, Weekly 'Newspaper, Town Hall 40x80, City Street Lights, Good Roads. 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 Vinnle 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 From Great Falls came a complete representation of the local suffrage organization. President, Mrs. J. H. Chase; vice president, Mrs. J. H. King; secretary, Mrs. J. E. Teague; delegate, Mrs. B. F. Chedellquist. The College of Montana at Deerl Lodge was splendidly represented in the suffrage parade by five mem hers of the faculty and three stu dents, and Airs. W. I. Higgins, chair man of the advisory board. The members of the faculty are Miss Alida Degeler, dean of women; lMiss Elizabeth 31. Schyn, teacher of music; Miss Helen J. Coates, violin; Miss lessie L. Fleming, voice; Miss Arminda Mlowre, oratory. Miss Degeler and AMiss Coates carried the College Eq"tal Suffrage Club banner and Miss' Fleming and Miss1 Schyn carried the largest banner in the procession--a huge affair which says: "We demand an amend ment to the constitution of the United States enfranchising women." This banner was presented to the Montana association by the women of Washington, and by request of the state chairman these young ladies had the honor of bearing it. Mrs. 'Higgins and Miss Mowre will carry the Powell county banner. Mrs. George Robertson, precinct leader of the club at Sixteen camel to the capital city to represent the club in the 'big parade. She is accompanied by Mrs. Morris. Mrs. Grace Cotterill of Seattle, who has been touring Montana in the interest of suffrage, arrived at head quarters in time to help in the parade. Mrs. Cotterill has just re tutned from Fort Benton, where she had one of the most. successful meet ings ever held in the state. She was introduced by the mayor and autos were drawn up in line for a block. Both the papers in that hustling town are suipporters of the movement and. gave very encourag ing reports of MArs. Cotterill's work in that part of the state. Miss 'Mary Halliday of White Sul phur Springs, one of the pioneer and most enthusiastic suffrage work ers in Montana, came to the city Thursday evening to hear Dr. Anna Shaw. Miss Halliday listened to Dr. Shaw when she spoke on suffrage twenty years ago in Denver. Miss Halliday is accompanied by Mrs. Knapp of the enfranchised state of Washington. The local Clerks' Union No. 657 of Great Falls will be represented in the parade by three delegates Mlisses Ruiby 'Healy, Katherine Mc iean and Nellie Willburg. They will bear the banner, "Workingmen, Eight Million Working Women Need Your Votes." Livingston sent a 'delegation worthy of special mention to the fair for Woman's day. They were Mes dames Elbert Allen, S. O.N. C. Brady, F. C. De Groat, Andrew Seauberg, F. J. Jackson, H. A. James, H. F. Stange, W. C. Bradford, J. F. Mercer, Mr. and ,Mrs. L. ,D. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kerhl and Rev. Gard ner. Marshaled by Mrs. William Tocher, county chairman of Park count-, these marchers will bear sheaves of wheat in the big parade to show to the world some of the prize-winning products of that famous county. Seven young ladies accompanied Mrs. Helen Fitzgerald Sanders from Butte Friday morning. They will all take part in the parade, and Mrs. Sanders is busy getting representa tives of the Blackfeet Indians to march in her particular section. Two extremely valuable additions to the marchers arrived in the city Friday morning. They were Mlrs. Anton Obernmeyer and Mrs. H. Sol holm. They will act as buglers for the parade, as both are accomplished cornetists. Mrs. Obermeyer was ac -companied by her two little Iboys, Earl and Roland. Mrs. MIargaret P. Griffin of Boze man, editor of the home department of the Montana Farmer, dropped into headquarters this week. Mirs. Griffin was attending to the girls' jelly and jam contest, which she inaugurated this year at the state fair. The small girls of th! state made jellies and jams from ti.,, native wild fruits and competec r,. prizes offered by Mr. H. W. Chii, The exhibit of these products is one of the fea tures of the in, :.strial contests of the fair. Mrs. W. I. Hi gins, chairman of Powell county, who has been a suffragist for a 1:.,v years only, says she has a certain Symplathly for those opposed to "Vote,, for \Vonien," for the majority <o those women are prejudiced again, some of the over ,ealqus or less la ,lful suffrage work ers and they hatt,, lost sight of the great cause. Mrs. Higgins says that when she ibegan the studfy of the question she was convinced almost against her will that womien should vote-that it is j:st and right. She attended anti-suffrage meetings in Michigan, Ohio, IK, utucky and Massa chusetts and gave the question con scientious thought. She is always proud that her husband persuaded her to help in the work in Montana, although she would rather have re mained in the background. VOTE FOR Wellington D. Rankin FOR CONGRESS President of Montana Men's Equal Suffrage League THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA OFFERS SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN LIBERAL CULTURE IS SUPPLEMENTED WITH THE SPECIFIC SKILL OF TECHNICAL TRAINING IN THE WORK AT THE UNIVERSITY. COURSES ARE OFFERED IN HOME ECONOMICS CHEMISTRY THE FINE ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY MUSIC PHARMACY JOURNALISM ACCOUNTING LIBRARY WORK STENOGRAPHY PHYSICAL EDUCATION TYPEWRITING PUBLIC EDUCATION TEACHING ..THESE COURSES ARE THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL AND ARE DESIGNED SPECIALLY TO PREPARE YOUNG WOMEN FOR TEACHING IN CHOSEN SPECIAL LINES. THE WORK IS ALL IN THE HANDS OF EXPERTS. WRITE FOR A COPY OF THE UNIVERSITY REGISTER. THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA EDWIN BOONE CRAIGHEAD, President. MISSOULA, MONTANA MRS. JOHN WILLIS OF GLASGOW, Mrs. Willis is Chairman of the Valley County Suffrage Central Com rnittee and President of the Political Equality League of Glasgow. The Sweet Grass Boosters' Club Big Timber Mont. J. Kaiserman, 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 Plowers 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 WhySuffer From StomachTroubles? Kelly's Stomach Remed- 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 FR 'NK 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"