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Miss Gates On Suffrage

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A Miss Gates has been talking to the people of New Orleans on the snffrage [uestion., She said some bright thing.;, as, for example : ' ' In Wyoming women have had the allot 26 yeai's. How do they manage about the baby? Why, the father and mother wheel his little carriage to the polls, and the baby crows while they vote for his best interests. And, I teil yon, the nearer the baby is to the balie t )ox the better for the baby. "In our age the man and his wifo were one, and he was the one. A penniess man married a woman havim; $100,000, and at his death she was formíate enongh to have $25,000 willed her, on condition that she did not marry again. " Carlyle, the old bear, used to speak of woman snffrage as "the chirps of the ;■ amid the crack of doom, "but hen the Scotchman had a chronic pep;-1;,. Dlckens makes Mr. Toots pnt. it in a different way. "Yon seo," sdd Mr. Toot , ""vvliat I wanted in a v.'Ifo was - i lort, was sease. Money, feoder, I hcd. Sen:;(; I - I h-id not pavticnkrly. ' ' Wel!, wlmt we want in politics i: defi oy, which at the present momeut we havo n?t "particularly. " And perhaps the -vvomen will furnisli it. Wlio knows?