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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 24 September 1914

THE SUFFRAGE DAILY NEWS MIontana State Fair Edition Governments Derive Their Just Power From the Consent of the Governed NUMBER THREE HELENA, MONANA SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. FIVE CENTS A NEW ERA FOR WOMEN Last Sunday was devoted in Lewis town to the discussion of questions relating to the welfare of women and to topics of interest in the woman's world. The following ser mon was delivered by Rev. George Clifford' Cross, pastor of the Baptist church, and by his courtesy is printed in The Suffrage News: Whenever God has a great, gigantic, world-wide, suigenris task to accomplish He chooses a great, gigantic, world-wide, suigeneris force to do it. This great task today is the remoulding of the state so that without sex distinctions men and women, the generic man may live in security and helpful relations. The process to date has given women the task of motherhood and home-building. Woman Iplus man has built and developed the home as we 'know it today. Man has aliways been a fighter and has g...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 24 September 1914

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 Conm ,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. GRATEFUL GREETINGS, ANTIS! It is with a feel of profound ap Dreciation that we view in the anti suffrage booth at the fair grounds a bit of suffrage propaganda, which is conspicuousjy displayed and which is admitted to be the chief attrac tion of the booth. One 4?.- large picture of Co sman Tom Stout, the nm.a.ho for many years has the champion of suffrage in Montana. Mr. Stout has not only talked suffrage privately and on the public platform for many years, but two years ago he introduced in the Montana legi...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 24 September 1914

ETICAT COLUMN (All queries regarding conduct of people visiting the fair, places to visit, correct conduct in all con. tin-gencies, pertinent and impertinent questions of the day, will be cheer fully answered by Anti Totum. Do not be afraid of over-working 'her. She is engaged for the occasion and paid a munificent salary by the Aggravated Hopper Co.) What has become of the old fashioned daughter who used to bursh mother's hair while she rested? Answer: Daughter doesn't ;brush mother's hair nowadays except when she wants to wear it herself. Are the polls a fit place for women? Answer: Peary and Cook say it is too cold at the poles for women, especially if they insist on wearing split skirts. What has become or the old-time politicians who used to stump the state and' kiss the babies? Answer: Kissing is declared un sanitary 'by Dr. Dean. The candidate takes care of the baby now on elec tion day so mother can vote. Are suffragists all socialists? Answer: No, Reuben; socialists are all...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 24 September 1914

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 C...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 25 September 1914

THE SUFFRAGE DAILY NEWS MIontana Sta,,e Fair Edition Governments Derive Their Just Power From the Consent of the Governed NUMBER FOUR HELENA, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. FIVE CENTS MONTANA SUFFRAGISTS WILL MARCH TONIGHT First Woman's Pagant Held in Northwest Will Take Place Here Tonight GREATEST DEMONSTRATION OF THE TIMES Parade Will Express History of the Cause Throughout the United States-Boy Scouts Will Also Take Part in the March. To the strains of marching music, with colors flying and with the 'slogans of their cause conspicuously displayed, a thousand suffragists will march down Main street tonight to express in concrete demonstra tion the will of the thousands whom they represent in the "Votes for Women" campaign. Hundreds have registered for the parade. 'Not the least among them are the Helena women who desire to make this effort on the part of the suffragists the greatest success ever achieved in the northwest. As one woman said last night: "It is a temptation to stand on...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 25 September 1914

The Suffrage Daily News Montana State Fair Edition. Pnblitlhed 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. THE DRIFT OF THE WIND. Straws show the drift of the wind; but when it overturns a rock that has stood solidly against it for years, the fact testifies to the uncommon strength of the gale. All sorts of straws lately 'have shown the drift of the wind toward equal suffrage; but it must be strong indeed when so stubborn a rock of opposition as the editor of the Ladies' Home Jour nal suddenly weakens. For years there has been nothing' too bad for Mr. Bok to say against suffrage and the suffragists. Now he comes ou...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 25 September 1914

ETICAT COLUMN (All queries regarding conduct of people visiting the fair, places to visit, correct conduct in all con tingencies, )elrtinent and impertinent questions of the day, will be cheer fully answered by Anti Totum. Do not be afraid of over-working her. She is engaged for the occasion and paid a munificent salary by the Aggravated Hopper Co.) Did the Butte Savings Bank fail? Banks do not fail in these advanced times. The bank followed the im ported fashions and took advantage of the militia coming to Butte to de clare a morotorium. Why do the Antis select a red rose as their symbol? Possibly' from the following little poem: My love is like a red, red rose; My love is like a day in June; She has friends where'er she goes, But oh, they die too soon. What makes the Anti booth look so different today? They took down Tom Stout's picture and put up a bluff. If women vote, will they neglect )their homes? (Answer)-No, but they might neg lect their bridge parties if they be come reall...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 25 September 1914

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 Music and Expression at the Pres byterian Church Thursday evening at 8 p. m. 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 Barber Shop, one Hardware and three General Stores, six Passenger Trains daily, two Big Lumiber Yards, Crack Baseball Team, two Real Estate Firms, Weekly Newspaper, Town Hall 40x80, City Street Lights, Good Roads. SECRETARY COMMERCIAL CLU...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 26 September 1914

THE SUFFRAGE DAILY NEWS )Iontana State Fair Edition Governments Derive Their Just Power From the Consent of the Governed NUMBER FIVE HELENA, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. FIVE CENTS MONTANA SUFFRAGE PARADE GREAT SUCCESS Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, the Veteran Leader, and Jeannette Rankin Headed the Pro cession for Woman's Cause. MOST SIGNIFICANT EVER SEEN IN THE N. W. Women Riders and Beautifully Decorated Automobile Floats Followed the Long Procession as it Wended Its Way Down the Crowded Thoroughfaire. The most significant parade ever seen in the northwest was staged last night when the long procession of marchers, with yellow banners 'floating in a blaze of golden light, passed down the main street of the capital city. Thousands ranged along the streets on either side as the long procession, fully a mile in extent, swept down 'between the crowd ranks of spectators. The Anaconda band led the parade and the Helena band brought up the rear. The American flag, borne by a little girl and a i...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 26 September 1914

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...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 26 September 1914

DR. ANNA SHAW GAVE TALK ON SUFFRAGE "And whpt are you going to talk bi:tt tonight'?" asked The Suffrage D)aily News reporter of Dr. Anna Shaw. "The very thing 1 would like to know myself," replied this little wmlnanu of whom so mnich has been sait and written for the past forty years. "You see," continued the doc tor, "I really never know. Once upon a time back in Kansas the manager came to me just before time to begin the lecture and told me tihat. I was requested to speak onl the subject of 'The Missing Link.' 'W\hy, I couldn't possibly do such a thing,' 1 replied. 'I don't know any thing at all about the subject.' '\Vell,' said the manager, 'the ad vertising has been done and the tickets sold on the presumnption that you would speak on that subject and you really must.' So Ana Shaw said that she would try and think, while the audience was gathering, as to how to bring in "the missing link." "Suddenly," said the doctor, "I thought how woman was the miss ing link in politics, and I...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 26 September 1914

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 COMMERC...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 2 November 1914

ELECTION THE SUFFRAGE DAILY NEWS ELECTION "Governments Derive Their Just Power From the Consent of the Governed" BUTTE, MONTANA, \ O)NIDAY, NOVE:IMBER 2, 1914. THE STATE CAMPAIGN FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE The first suffrage speech ever delivered in Montana was deliv ered by Miss Willard in 1883. When the Montana state conven tion met in 1889 to adopt the con stitution which was later ratified as the Constitution of the State of Montana, an effort for equal suffrage was made, but the suf frage resolution was defeated by a vote of 43 to 25. The matter was brought up before successive legislatures with varied success till the suffrage bill finally passed in 1913. The present campaign for Equal Suffrage in Montana, which will, there is good reason to hope, end tomorrow in victory at the polls, began in January, 1911, when the Political Equal ity Club of Missoula was organ ized. In that year Miss Jean nette Rankin went to the legisla ture and succeeded in having an equal suffrage bill introduce...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 2 November 1914

The Suffrage Daily News ELECTION EDITION Butte, Montana, Nov. 2, 1914 I'ulishe]d, paid for andl circulated by tlhe 1ut t e Equal Sul'Trage As sociationis, Bullct, Montana. *ElssET-srTOIn CO...% PWRINTErls. .UTs WOMEN AND WAR. A 'ew days ago a lelegra-n calme from the front in Europe, where the allies and the Germans are perpetrating the most das tardly crine against civilization that the world has ever witness-; ed, announcing that two English nurses had been killed on the battlefield. This raises anew the! old, hackneyed, bromidic argu mcnt, "If women cannot bear arms they should not vote." Every person of average intelli gence knows that but a limited number of any army engages in the actual fighting. Women (thank God !) do not generally sack, shoot and kill, but they do go to war. Their mission is to save, not to destroy. Numbers of nameless heroines go down to unknown graves performing their duty. Not only the bullets of the e!nemy, but slow disease, contract ed in miserable, im...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 2 November 1914

ENDORSEMENTS BY NOTED PEOPLE I believe that woman suffrage; will have a beneficial effect ini all matters in which women are, especially interested. While the mothers of a nation have a voice in the conduct of its affairs, there will be no more concern on the part of the government for the welfrare of the sons and daughters of those mothers.--Senator Gron-! na, North Dakota. I am in hearty sympathy with the woman suffrage movement. I think the women of Chicago are' as intelligent and as much en titled to the vote as are the wom en of Deliver, which city seems, entirely satisfied with the prac-! tical results of woman suffrage. ldward F. Dunne, ex-Mayor of Chicago. Over and above all, suffrage isl woman's right, and no fair, ju:,t man will deny her that right- I Alva Adams, ex-Governor of Col orado. Under equal suffrage, there is much more chivalrous devotion and respect on the part of men, who look upon their sisters not as playthings or as property, but as equals and fellow citizen...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Suffrage daily news. — 2 November 1914

WHY WOMEN SHOULD VOTE. Women should have the ballot: Because it is right and fair that _those who must obey the laws should have a voice in making them, and that those who must pay taxes should have a vote as to the size of the tax and the way it shall be spent. Because the moral, educational and humane legislation desired by women would be got more easily if women had votes. New York women have worked in vain for years to secure a legis lative appropriation to found a State Indust rial school for girls. Colorado women worked in vain for one till they got the ballot; then the legislature promptly granted it. Because laws unjust to women would be amended more quickly. It cost Massachusetts women 55 years of effort to secure the law making mothers equal guardians of their children with the fath ers. In Colorado, after women were enrfranchised, the very next legislature granted it. After more than half a century of agi tation by women for this reform, only 14 out of 46 states now give ...

Publication Title: Suffrage Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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