Wk are not particularly enthusiastic in the advocation of female suffrage. However, we are enthusiastic over the welfare of America and the promulgation promulga-tion of the principles of Democracy. We also realize that the motlurs of our land should post themselves on the political po-litical situation of our country, and the different theories of government govern-ment presented by the two great national parties. It is therefore with pleasure we call attention to the report from Payson and suggest that the ladies of Provo take pattern from I heir Payson sistPrs. If no F. S. association asso-ciation in any particular location is organ or-gan izuid, a league or club should at once be formed for the purpose of discussing dis-cussing this and kindred subjects.