The following appeared in Lehre und Wehre V. 52 (1906) p. 329
Rome and Women’s Suffrage. The Roman bishop McQuaid of Rochester explained: “Nothing counts in the United States but votes. The time will come when women will vote, and then we will see the greatest voting the world ever saw. We are not afraid of woman suffrage. Our Catholic women will save the day for us.” According to this, the goal of the Romanists is domination of the state by the papal church and the means to this end is the woman in the confessional and at the ballot box. F[riedrich]. B[ente].