|"Green Paper Storm Work of Suffragists," Evening Telegram, March 16, 1912, 11.|
The green cards and banner "made a hit with the crowd" in the Telegram reporter's estimation. "One gallant . . . doffed his hat" and told them of his support, and another asked for a handful of the new buttons the women were distributing. The paper characterized statement in his Scots accent this way: "'I know mony a man as will be willin' to wear one.'"