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THE m EASTERN SUFFRAGISTS SPEND BUSY DAY CAMPAIGNING PLEDGED A' MASS MEETING Democrats Assailed by Congressional Union Speakers ; for Suffrage Opposition. SALT LAKE IN odds and appealed to against the westhopeless for support. Fv iiiiii,i,i in iin. w .11,1 -- 1,1 ,.,, The appeal of the eastern wornn for to both men and women of Utah at the mass meeting he hi' in the Salt Like theatre la it niRht under the auspices Of the Women's Congressional union, with Mrs. llarrtot Stanton Blatch of New York, national political chairman, and Mr. Florence Bayard Utiles, chairman of the Delaware branch of the or ganization, a the principal speakers. The meetlns was well attended pnd the udience re&ponelc-- by passing unania resolution iavorinrr the sufmouslyamendment and pledging $747.0 frage A t to the congressional union. Mrs. ntatch began by telling of a made to Utah bj her mother Mr. trip Fllznbeih Cady Stanton, and usan I!. 1S70. In the- interest of the Anthony in cause and of their meeting Mrs. Kmmelln B. Wells, who secured for their meeting; the Mormon Tabernacle. She exprepsd her appreciation of the work for the cause done by Mrs. Wells and by the Utah women. she could not vote in New Tork. Mr. Hlateh said she recently moved to Kana and she has been asked thr question, "Are you coins to ote for Wilson in November?" "I am here as a Democrat," she said, "but the hour has comea, when all parties have got to take stand for the nfranchlsement of women. If the not will do it then I will Democrat not vote for the Democrats and I will the state of Kansas a grains t ca.rpa!rn them. If the Democratic party wanted to and wa wise enough it could put that suffrage amendment through this Instant. "You know there a Republican convention coming at Chicago in June. . . . Whatever you may think of Theodore Roosevelt you will aarc with me that """" " be? is a r.J'..,'lll'in f Til politician and in this ca has seen ht further than did Wilson. "At Chicago the Progressive and Iick-with RooseKKPRl'SEXTATIVK' gathering of nrist Republicans velt. H has declared himself as unewomen filled the main dining 20 room of the Hotel Utah for the quivocally In favor of the Anthony amendment and he will have that plank breakfast served In honor of the connailed Into the Republican platform gressional union suffrage visitors yesfnd into the Progressive The room was decorated In platform, if Ktah terday. flowers there Is to be any Progressive and th4 colors of the party after that Chicago Woman's Congressional Union, with-convention. "Should we wait and 50 to St. banner of that organization over large with an apnea I to the Democratic conthe head table. vention? No. That would be ridicPresent were Mrs. Ii. It. I.ym'an. Jlrs. ulous. Would you accept from a debtor Annie Wells Cannon, Mrs. Margaret r promise to pay you next week when Zane Cherdron. Kmmeline B. he hsd the money itt his pocket to nay Wells. Mrs. I S. Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Witcher you now? F. B. Scott.' Mrs. H. K. Mrs. ISarnes. "Neither will we. T.et the Democrats Mrs. W. W. lUter. Mrs. Krnest do their duty now. They are the dom- Booth. Mrs. Jennings. Mrs. Bamberger. inant party. With their control of ev- Thomas Kearns. Frank Mrs. William Spry. ery committee in Congress they could call that amendment out and pasa it any Tuesday or Thursday of the pres- and enfranchisement. She declared ent session. If they want vour suf- - the women In her state could not gain rage let them do it before the elec- the ballot unaided because all the tion next November. organizations of the state "I have two appeals to make to you. political are solidly opposed to them. of CaliI want every man in this audiMiss Helen Todd.- formerly Urst, ence to face the now of New York. spoke of.i fact that have you fornia, given your women freedom onlv in conditions prevailing in southern state Mrhrp shfl said Women ate jour shut out of constitution. the national constitution. children S and 9 years old are drivena hours It does not protect them In any par- Into the mills to work fourteen ticular. with the women s vote Only day. to you women to could sucl. conditions be eradicated, she "Second, I do for womenappeal men have done for said, and she declared It is the vote what men all through history. Wherever of the southern congressmen, who are men have won the franchise it has controlled by the cotton manufacturers, been through the efforts of already that Is holding back the Anthony enfranchised men. We look to vou as amendment. Two types of men, she our champions as the negroes looked said are opponents of suffrage, one the to Abraham Uncoln and as the. Eng- man who makes a woman a slave, and who sets her on a lish farm laborers looked to Gladthe other the one stone." , One, she said, hurts women pedestal. IVrfidfou Trickery. as much as the other." chairman of th Mrs. W. N. Williams, resolution deMrs. Florence Bayard Jlllies said In the of the blocking of the Susan meeting, introduced s;eaking of the B. Anthony amendment bv the judimanding enactment unaniwas passedsuffrage committee of the House that amendment, which ciary an ; follows: text Its after to consider the mously. agreement on ' March 28, Con- Anthony amendment Resolutions. The gressman C. C. Carlin. Democrat, from I Whereas, the present interstate disVirginia, a pronounced political against be the the amendment. lumped crimination introduced ended can women only by .ith the prohibition amendment of and of the others, a piece of perfidious rights i;hteen which Congress the passage through resulted in the Indefi- federal trickery, and amendment, suffrage nite postponement of this measure. And that l.e further showed his conWhereas, the women of Utah do not tempt for the amendment bv turning receive the protection of" the United to the women of the legislative com- States Constitution as regards their mittee of the Congressional Union and Tto it rights. we have killed cock voting resolved, that we.. citizens of "Well, remarking, robin. assembled in mass meeting Lake Salt "The sooner Mr. Carlin and poli- at the Salt Lake tneatr ji, mool ticians of his ilk understand the bet- nrntt ntralnat the unfairiayaction ter, that mistakes are frequently and the Judiciary committee of the House in she said, "and it mav of Representatives in B. biocKing fed easily be thatmade," even he will asasre Susan be surprised to Anthony of the find out before so very long that the eral suffrage amendment by refusing bird that he killed was not after all. to consider it upon its own merits, and cock robin, but the Democratic demand that it be given an immediate oter. Mrs. John Rogers. Jr. of New York Be it further resolved, that If th told of the difficulties under amendment do iwi passea i which the rtrooont fession of Congress, we eastern women had worked and of the suffrage ih, Insurmountable barriers betveen them shall feel bound to the extent of our !d In sectirtns; the ballot was broujrht d - e . 1 far-sight- . J- ed A r -- I-o- ; - - cot-"it- -- - . " ; 3 ; -- GRAY, IVORY AND WHITE INCORPORATED SALT. LAKE CITX-UTA- H- " , . - " - -- r -ji t , e, . s - -- -- . Du-senber- ry, . , ; " . " i ; .: tlon-wid- . Grande station. Suffrage special leaves. 4.45 p. m. y of Jackling, district chairman for the Pacific coast states. At .10 o'clock this morning' a business session will be held in the Hotel Utah. A , farewell demonstration, will be staged at 3.30 p. m. In Pioneer park with an address by Gov. "William Spry and presentation of resolutions by,Mrs. Emmeline B. "Wells. The special Will leave at 4.45 p. m. for Denver. Get On the special were Miss Lucy Burns, New York; Mrs. Harriot StanCisco, WARM GREETING sister-in-la- w D.-C- . FOR VISITORS Eastern Suffrage Workers Enthusiastic Welcome From Utah Sisters. (Continued From Page 1.) amendment. The appeal met withx a response tn Salt Lake. Eighty-siwomen Joined the organization and more than $700 ' was pledged to the cause. Mrs. E. M. Garnett was elected district chairman for the inland statesand Miss Frances Joliffe of San Fran- that does not stand in favor", of the .. . . to hold the Democratic politicalto power full responsibility. party Be It finally resolved, that a copy of be forwarded to the these resolutions administration leaders, to the chairman and members of the House judiciary committee, and to the Utah conwith the request gressional be read into, the Congresthat they delegation sional Record. Miss Mabel Vernon conducted a financial campaign which resulted in for the work of the, raising of $747.20 the Congressional Union. The Woman's Relief society of the Mormon church led the subscription list with $100.. Sutherland gave $50. Other contributions ranged from $1 to $40. A campaign for members, of the union was x conducted during the day wre secured. and eighty-siThey are Mrs. Nettie Kccles, Kllen TayN. lor. Mrs. P. Trlesely, Ogdent Mrs. Kthel Rahlar. Mrs. M. S. Woodward, Mrs. David Kccles, Ogden; Mrs. R. 15. Badle It. Daynes, Mrs. S.Agnes 13. Kay,Mrs. Grace Truman, Myers, Mrs. j. Mrs. M. K. Parsons, Mrs. J. Ralph, Iey, Miss Louise K. Salis, Mrs. Klla Phillips, Helen V. Kirk, Julia Mansfield, Stella Snell. Zane witcher, Mrs. B. S. Bowen. Lillian M. Owens, Mrs. I). , F. Walker. Mrs. M. K. Gilmer, Mrs. J. R. Mrs. K. G. Jensen. Mrs. O. C. Kdghelil.Mrs. Rose Steffy, Miss F. Beebe, Mrs. Blanche W. Daynes, May L. North. Mrs. K. L. Volker, Mrs. F. M. Martin, New York: Mrs. Amelia W.- - Smith, Ogden: Katherine Mrs. F. J. Meyers, Sarah Kddington. Mrs. James Pryor. Winifred S. Cannon, Mrs. Emily Cannon Willey, Louise B. Mrs. J. E. Lawson, Mrs. J. S. Ostler, 'Mrs.: Mary J. Clawson, Mrs. Austin, Emma A. Empey, Mrs. Amy Ecknert, Miss M. Bird. Teresa Temple. Mrs. V. O. Strlckler. Mrs. T. C. Jackson, Betsy G. Dr. J. C. Con-di- t, Mary Gamble, Lvman, Dr.Elizabeth 1 Mrs. Shollenberger, Mrs. L. M. Ashenfelter, Mrs. Ida L. AlC. W. John Mrs. Wicher, Mrs. Mrs. len, N. 1. Ixng, Oreen, Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Willard Done, Mrs. R. J. Hansen, W, Salisbury, Mrs. D. C. Maturin, Mrs. W. B. Hughes. Mrs. Emmeline B. Wells, Miss Margaret Lee, Mrs. Joseph Smith, Hartley, Mrs. Minnie P. Quay. Miss Laura Hurl-bert, Kato T. Shell, Mrs. J.essie Delia T. Pyper, Rosannah C. Irvine. Helen Howard, Felicia Lambert, Miss Blanche Austin. Mrs. Priscilla P. Katherine Howard Lane, Jennings,Howell Martha Cannon, Mrs. Angus 8. FolsomJ Mrs. Emma R. lfolman. Mrs. W. H. Bintz, Mrs. C. R. Pearsall. Mrs. M. Dana T. Smith Mrs. Mrs. Minnie EHason Edgar La Von and Mrs, Ledyard, Bridge. ge Ku-hul- Wc are &Iiovinr; many stylish moulds in women's shoes and jnimp that are carried exclusively .by us. ' You'll find here the new Hi Kid Hoots "in ;'"i - Mrs-Geor- Women's Newest Footwear v . . j - t st, 1 ci n . anti-suffragi- th cne-tnir- Salt Lake Women Join Organization to Work for Vote. Eighty-si- x d, one-sixt- "One-fourt- ori-fif- long-heade- Mrs. Robert Baker of C. "war correspondent"Washington,. for the Suffrage special, said: "For forty years there has been before Congress an amendment which says 'The right of citizens of the United States to votetheshall not be denied or United States or bv abridged state byon account of sex.' This any means that for forty years Congress has denied the just demands of Amerl- -' mm w.w.-- - y,.mMM , ... urn .i.r.iM..Kwm--:-'''un'i'''.m w rt mmmum m.w mMUfmymMnmrntm. imiwi., mm" mm,i.nmmmjM..m.m.nt'! yawiiiw ,w, ..mrw'x.; ,m,y .jm.,y,r!.:wrmx rnn women. But this great injustice will no longer enduremif the. women of mumib tor ins the West Will umi immediate passage of the amendment. national woman They cana make tne factor in the next suffrage deciding oaniDaign if they will re solve to knowareno party until all Amer free. ican women h h of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives come of the electoral college etates. from the twelve woman suffrage or the These states control vote necessarv to elect a President of thn United States. In the last five elections, not one of these presidential states has gone continuously ior any one party. The Congressional Union, for Woman Suffrage does not hope to party allegiance of four change the million women voters. it aoes not need to. Presidential elections are In the last won by small majorities. an average five presidential elections, change of 9 per cent of the tovotes th would have given the victory other leading party. . The Chienso Convention. to i. The object of this journey of ours to the enfranchised states is to call the voting women to a convention In Chi-- ; cago June 5, 6 and 7, where they will determine how best to use, for the en franchisement of all American women the political power they, themselves,. possess. Can anyone doubt that women "will do for their sister women what men have so oftt-- Cone for other men? We believe that western women will stretch out to ns their generous hands', and give to us also the blessings of ' M--: ' v M- - Vv:?-.liberty?" Brief talks were Mrs. Blatch and Mrs. Hilles.given by At the close of the breakfast a resolution was unanimously passed pledgor of those ing the support at the meeting torepresented the present Anthony . amendment. ' J- - - , " t the breakfast the visitors Following . ' r." ''JJU? i f i were escorted to the Mormon Tabernacle, where they were guests of the first presidency at an organ recital ? Prof. John J. McClellan. The mechan-by ism of the organ was explained to them and a program rendered designed to bring into play its scales and ton variations. The first business session of the conference was held- in the afternoon at the Hotel Utah, when the principal address was made by Miss Mabel Vernon, ':" one of the field organizers of the Conunion. Miss Vernon attacked ' gressional A , Demoaratic party for its attitude the ' ' ' on the suffrage question, and explained nmt imr.tnir.im,, nru,.1nmnW.i.nli.n.,r.Ti,,,n.'ii.riW...M.,MJ .rX,.. . ,.....i.irft-i.jM"l M 1 lA. HiiiiH i.nf.. if the women's organization believea why can wield a balance of power which it Utah Hotel the Union at breakfast of yesterday morning; Congressional Photograph will force the passage of the amendment If the women of the suffrage Mrs. Joseph F. Smith. Mrs. Justin R. Lyman, Jr., Mrs. S. 1J. Allen," Mrs. E. M. Bailey, Mrs. M. M. Nlelson. Mrs. Ja- Lavbn; Bridge, Mrs.! Thomas Hull, Mrs states will organize and deny ' Mrs. A. H. Sermon. Mrs votes to any party which will their Austin: not Mrs. D. Talbot, Mrs. Winnifred ''Kent, Mrs. cob Johnson. Mrs. W. W. Turner. Mrs. Johti Davis. Mrs. Sylvester Q. Cannon, A. Cook. Mrs. Angus Gibson. Mrs, Frank L." Hines, T. A. Sermon. Mrs. Alta B. Sermon, Mrs. pledge itself In favor of the amendment. O. J. Salisbury. Mrs. Idly C . Wolsten-holmWillard Done, Mrs. C. B. Allen. Mrs. Mrs. William Mossop. Mrs. I. E. Wiley, Charles Carson. Mrs. Frank Kirkendal), Such support, she thought, should be Mrs. Ducy Clark. Mrs. W. Mont C. C. Dey. Mrs. John Airs. jvi. ti withheld from the Democratic party Mrs. F. M. MclTugh, Mrs. John Malick. Mrs. Katherine Airs. Charles IJoollttie, J. D. Franken. Mrs. C. It. WallisK. Williams. Ferry. Mrs.Mrs. O. Leatherwood, Mlrs. W. T. Howard, Mrs S. C. Sherrill. Mrs. David Evans Mrs. W. Af. Stewart. Mrs. E. B because, now In power, It has refused Samuel C. T'ark. Mrs. Mrs. Pearsall, WilMattson. ;Mrs. G. ;S. Sheppard. Mrs.. F. Corfman,, Dr. Jane Skolfield, Mrs. Ada to listen to the demands of the women. W. X. Williams. Mrs. W. If. Blntz. Mrs, Bowe. Mrs. Gus Anderson, Mrs. Williams. Mrs. John F. cowan, jurs. j W. Ross. Mrs. K. F. Root. Mrs. ElizaOther speakers were Ha'rriett Van W. Schiemerer. Mrs. Alfred Peabody, liam J. Clawson. Mrs. Charles . LivingMrs, R. S. W'immer, Mrs. Fran Horne Traphagen of Colorado; Mrs. Myers, Mrs. A. S. Dyer, .Mrs. Nellie F. Sey- ston. Jr.. Mrs. LUMe'R. .Tanner, Mrs. beth II. Coray, Mrs. Frank Lowe. Mrs. Mrs. Kate Snow, Mrs. ces Prvor. Mrs. A. w. McCitne ana airs Wallace Williams, vice chairman of the John M. Hayes, Mrs. Mary Gamble, Mrs. mour, Mrs. T. W. McTavlsh. Mrs. .1. J. C. N. Hav. airs. Mrs. Z. A Misses E Smith and the B. X. Smith, Mrs. Finney, Moses C. Davis, W. II. Drum, union; Miss Agnes CampMrs. T, A. Williams, Mrs. P. Y. Beatie. McClellan. Mrs... Dana T. Margaret .Metcalf., Lillian Cutne, Sarah Washington M. Wilson, Sherman Armstrong, for New Mrs. bell, organizer Claire Jouley, Mrs. T. A. Nagley, Mrs. Mrs. K. M. Garnett, Mrs. R. L. M, Boehner, Cyrus Mead, chairman ofJersey; W. G. Grims-del- l, Smith, Mrs. J. W. Clawson. Mrs. E. N. EddinKton. Mamie Ross. Ohio ,T. A. the Kearns. Mrs. J. S. Ostler, Mrs. Mrs. T. C. Stayner, Mrs. Davis Mrs. Nellie D. Shepherd. Mrs. Emma Austin, Florence. Austin. Emma branch; Miss Anna Constable of New Jr.. Mrs. W. R. Pollock, Mrs. E. Oscar Wabcock. Mrs. A. W. Law. Mrs, G. Tucker, Mrs. Elias Kimball, Mrs. Zane; Mavme Dev. iLily Johnson. Mar and Mrs. Gertrude B. Newell, If. S. Klelnschinidt, Mrs. K. Coombs. Lewis T. Cannon, Mrs. Ida Smoot Made York, vice chairman for Massachusetts. Mrs. Will A. Betts, Airs. Fergus Johnson, Mrs. Kephl Hanson, garet Connell. 'Sara Eddington, Mrs. Margaret Woodard. Mrs. Minnie At the close of the Miss Ilickenn. Mrs. Flo Green. Mrs, C. I. Freeman Morningstar, Mrs. ' E. E. Dr. Grace Stratton Airey, Mrs. Clifford line McClellan, Sena Dorius. Francisco was Frances Joliffe of San meeting CJoody. Mrs. John Dorius. Mrs. F. M. Jenkins. Mrs. Richard Young." Mrs. L. Jennings, Mrs. Pearl M. McGee. Mrs. named district chairman for the Pacific coast states and Mrs. E. M. Garcure enfrancisement In . their own the women there to obtain the. ballot nett, who presided at the meeting, chairman for the inland states. state by. state. states. She declared that in Michigan Tea was served informally In the PROGRAM FOR TODAY. Miss Edith Goode of Ohio explained in 1912 Republicans destroyed - ballot Hotel Utah root garden after the meetof the to the purposes Congressional boxes resorted other Mcand Illegal M. 10 a. m. Business session, ballroom Hotel Utah; Mrs. F. na secure ing. to amendtaken methods and union to the defeat methods suffrage e enfranchisement. ment. She cited constitutional pro"Hugh, chairman; Mis3 Lucy Burns and Mrs. Elizabeth H. Coray, & chairman for All kinds of reliable seeds. Miss Julia Hurlbut, vice New visions of Minnesota, Mexico, New TTr ers; resolutions; election of woman voters envoys to the President and MoroBV r11 nf ' . f hfl jst.ru e"rlo Sons Co., 63 JS. becond faouth. Bailey Adver- Vermont and her own state. Hampshire, I Congress. wnich sne sam matce it lmposaioieaor which:- - eastern women have waged tisement 3.30 p. m. Farewell demonstration, Pioneer park, Mrs. .Annie Wells Cannon, chairman; address by Gov. William Spry; presentation" of resolutions to western envoys, Mrs. Emmeline B. Wells; escort to Rio D. TORTS REWARDED BY PLEDGES OF SUPPORT AND 56 NEW MEMBERS ROOSEVELT COMPLIMENT SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1916 HERALD-REPUBLICA- N, e, Fly-gar- e, ton Blatch, New York; Mrs. John Rogers, New York; Mrs. A. R. Colvin, Minnesota;- Mrs. W7 D. Ascough, Connecticut; Mrs. Florence Bayard Hilles, Delaware; Mrs. Townsend Scott, Maryland; Mrs.' Agnes Morey, Massachusetts; Mrs. W. Nelson Whittemore. Michigan; Mrs. Dorothy Mead, Ohio; Mrs. Gertrude B. Mrs., Hulla Newell, Massachusetts; Hurlbut, New Jersey Miss Katherine Morey, Massachusetts; Mrs. Percy Read, Virginia; Mrs. Agnes Campbell. New Jersey; Mrs. Jane Goode, District of Columbia; Miss Anna Constable,' New York; Miss Helen Todd. New York; Miss Caroline Katzensteln, Pennsylvania; Miss Ella Rlegel, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Robert Baker, District of Co .,; ' V lumbia. Headed by Mrs. William Spry, Mrs W. Mont Ferry. Mrs. Rodney T. Bad and Mrs. ger, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Coray Zane Cherdron. a reprerenta Margaret women tive delegation of Utah greeted at the suffrage special on its arrival the railroad station. A committee con of Mrs. E. S. Kimball, Minnie slsting Kerene Lillle Hickens. Johnson, C Kate Coombs.1 Mrs. A John Green. floT-lCn Poarl IVolIf r Minnie Ellason, Margaret Woodward and Mrs. John J. McClellan showered the guests with enormous bouquets of Utah flowers tied with the congres sional Union colors as they stepped from the train. Members of the party were escorted Immediately to waiting automobiles, which carried them to the Hotel Utah. Mrs.. Ferry was marshal of the pawhich was headed bv a platoon rade, of mounted police, followed by a band of thirty pieces and the flower girls In The line of march was automobiles. sovith from. the Oregon Short Line station to Fourth South, east to Main street, thence north on Main street to the Hotel Utah. Mrs. Harriot Stanton Blalch was given the dace of honor among the with her rode envoys of the parade and Mrs. Spry, and Mrs; aager.-FlagAre Plentiful. AH the cars were profusely decorated with : the stars and stripes and the nurnle. white and gold and suffrage In their honor a suffrage flag was dis the Short Line station. The played. at was warmly received on to the parade Hotel Utah. Breakfast was served immediately on hotel the arrival of the narade at. the So many reservations had been received the ban that it was necessary to use of the roof garden. quet room instead been as had originally ine pianneu. small twenty-tw- o partvonewas seated at all decorated with and tables, large colors and'Utah flowers. the suffrage Mrs. William M. McCrea was chairman of the breakfast committee. ' Mrs. Cherdron Introduced, Mrs." R.:R re Lyman as toastmistress.. In her ap sponse Mrs. Lyman declared it was na that the climax of the propriate Susan is. An tional campaign for the come in Utah, should thony amendment where women nave votea tor tnree gen erations. She pledged the support of the women of Utah In the fight for the ballot. Mrs. W. Nelson Whittemore, chair man of the Michigan branch of the Con union, explained why-to the gressional se women have been unable eastern -ARiZ r mmmmmm . 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