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Picturesque Figures in
Women's Great Procession Up Fifth Avenue Past the Mayor
Paraderas Shivery Impressions
o_ Suffrage Cause on Foot
Tuneless I ramp ol R- <tr Flankt ra One of Hei
1 .elit ved Only by Tea, Soup and Com
ments of the Crowd.
Bj BLANt HI BR \< E
1'.-. be r 44
fagger- who marched in the pan
Wash . Fifty-I
near-neutrality t" ardent
\ ' 'r
rolaetaat, th? i
If I I sd been th?
in all ?'
at all In fact
back art th 1
V..' - lewl) . unavoidi bly, I
We v? . ?
And It wasn't t
and ? ?
to a fr. ? ? '
er in _i? ?? |
tmr. of the
It wai ' rid of iati
hope It wai
th i n k. r s
the fl BtBl I band
\ Theos Moai Wi
It _ fl?v
it ?_? Perhaps ?
Bs _a makiag
Mot 1 slid ! a B
parade n my 1 fe, and I I
w?a goiag t
The . |
the Fifth A ,, un?
leashed ' eat
editor had t
r.o 'ther one
Whoever t ??, that said '.ha* "all
you has e to ds
foot a'?rr a: ? ?? -,r" -.. |
moved bv a fri?
reramh . .
1? noth lag a
that he ba
frage parade 1! got th?
inter? BIS bstw? ot and
It wa? I o'l-loc. ??. ben
} e e -, ? | Street.
? hailing her BUthoi
dubiously falling I i
Isaasd of tas tit,.
more thai I
ing our piacn thou?
sand? aad '
to I" a -'..r gaard of ? ?>i'.
But it w?
nothing -p? ctac .on
trat oao ?
der ta prove?
half ?i- f from
- it h -t
? ? line?
. ? r?
? ell ex
led hei ra
for a i
i in a
. silver pit
h. The rea
\i'ti Itrt-ak?. Thro i--|i I in?
"V. ? I
ad ? a?
? ...?i.fr at
the WOI d do jUSt
that, until at the cud of the vista they J
May? and Mrs. M
PARADE PLEASES THE MAYOR.
\ sear ago Mayor Mitchel aid women ?nul?! get the sot?- when the |
majorltj s-'?-in-?i it. Pridaj sight he rf- tared the ?hange had rasas and
thst Ik- was in fasur of the asovemcBt.
Becaass <>f this, Mr. Mitchel, who aaa ths parade srlth Mrs. Mitchd,
?a? the -tost observed of th?- half mlllloa observers of yesterday's para_c
aad BBsmad t<> eajoj ths positsbB of a williag eoavert. This was saaalfested
?_h?-n ? baaaer proclainlBg thai ht- would vote for the saaeadaieat waa car?
attention, with the ?(?niiiHiit "Qalch work."
He irrinn.il as his ?*> ?? lit upon it. aid nudged a neighbor to attract his
at I enl inn.
OB of their
SI,.., ? ? , ; -he t
;,..,. .? a -?rittei
A ? l w? ? - . ght the eye
the pavement a little, thinly
. ? starve I loal
.-,| or enthusiastic in
? . r ? '?'? free from .1
. wrt if
But sa 1 looked at her i
that he had higher dreai
,-. I had had earlier .
but I took off i
"Thanki i ? ? i
e the "
1 i ?? j '. "
? ? i ;,. ?
? eatiawed horn page i
carls, makinr their appeal far *h :%
I ehind all wore
? r this
Women had come from man) ?tates
? ? ? received
the N? '?
. feature ft
liai I ? 11
only a fes . . .
.... ? -, \ ? . ?
? i ? ? \ .
indaunted made the ?
Th? ttli ....
t? for tin- womea marcher? But
as not stra
? the parade had
? ? ? felt ob the ildews -
lo laughing **? att? r, this
_?< rrious and
? . .
Mit? iel GlBStS Long l.i.ic.
. r?... i.. d the n ? .
., ?. ?
e r t Ads d 1 ?
. aaraj I rom ; a boa?
STSI chance provided. The afternuun
? Ta - "1 a b -,
? York und American
? er;. Chici
dowi ' I i arenue in
ai lag ' i e waj i", the
h.i_h ' ti en asraag up
ha 7th Reg?
I pis? .ni; "America," and I"
. -i, .., . i
; Just foil
. ! i.e.,i,aid i boma - earryii
bam er of the l- ?? n at onal Woman
in ths dit
1 nturn, M rs. Chsi
M ri Ms -. Ware Dei
i Howlaad, Mrs.
P er?- garet S'aambei .*.
? llbert i;. ?*.
?, . i.
disfl Ida Vera Simontoi
P< rei Maekays,
\ ?? Carpenter, Misa Kola
La F? ?? Mm. Fi Bj?rman aad
?hieb earn ?
-.??? a- ,.ru-e.
ng Noy? . si Liboity,
torel i- tora a t
r.-d. white sad blue,
n '-.i. Boh;i .1 her was a
"America V -: ' n
) .? Liviag 1 p of
a dOSOU '"men repre??ii* ng th?
....?, . . ,, ,
plastrona eh the
nted '?i gol i ?? _hej
marched ,n a row. thr'r arms .-, |
' ????'?? ? DBS Sid
and red on the other, and the _i..
red, I blas Bohl nd I ?
" i Margaret Val?
, - n ?
flag a golden ?pear, from ? !.
| ?? , | ? romei epreeent
' ' ? I l
? ? \ ? Mr?
? Churchill, Mrs I eretl i
-, ? ; ii^o!, \, .- fork
reprai ' Edith Wynne
Dr. She? .mona Mar. lier?
One ' .tract ed
mo?t after;- | f parade was I>
eg of S year or ?" ag'
rrie Chspmsn i latt
? ? -.r! Woman
r?cognition from tile crowds. Mr.
? be la pre.
? th? National A IS iciatioi B
her ? ? ? as I cHp. and OVOt
rs 1 ? * be seed of bei
dl\ face w?v? wreathe.
ind then a? she rocog
?? -'?,.- knew
??., .- . ,- the Em pi I.
of the Neu
I Tort State Woman SufTnige j.ira.l.
was one that was a magnet for al
_t the '"i il.rls from Noyes Dancing School carrying large American
flat:. Bottom?Women wrestling with banners caught in sudden
I Last of wind.
!! -Dcrt T. Carpenter,
"..,it of it. carried a
.m tlac. As the
?r.-.:v.:* si Porty-tsoeoBd
? ? -, Mr Carp? ni r stoppod a fow
? from thi reviewing stand, and
? - frrmphertt hurried out in the ?trcet
. to >?< t her r:---iir?. as ihe ?tootl? ?
' -ere -, her
... .* ? i ?'???? .... hi lar, cans and
!>? t*. ? "i r. Bhs raised
tiff,' I il its t"
1 railed sad rotaniod
,-- ' .-..'? ? ?k'-'d 'run
rJn It ,..': ??'?'? sf I omSB rcprr
.-?'.. ?i sl ioB. They
,. Hag "Wyomlflg
the V ote in l-i;*." "' ol
?? \ te I in ISM," "Idaho
The b ind blow the
? ???it ??! keep them '.-u.lv.
! ... trade began thi mai -
? ?b'?ut nn! broken the
taffo ? th Users end ign h
h.-iinllp tli m. Of coarse, serai I k ?
roman whn m ? I
? ? . ?? .t.-. - ribbon
ig either th* nrordi "Votoi for
? -t.n, ? -nr.iii.r inset iption.
At tl;.- vary end of the Empire State
.-. legation, followlog all the IgM
: m .men rots in I i ?
ign rs iding, "No*
For! "Aomen Have Sa Vats sl A ?I?"
lr- .-?.- by lbs Brav trste a card
inal featn.f the paratto. <itu which
attrocl ? ? |8?re mid ??p
ri.-i '.-. ??? ? ? the mala or
'.mixers ?VOS, '"..?? tailn. ?ritfa you, we
. .? loi with you, ne
?. ?? .. why . un'* ire vote wi'h
>? i ?" Aoother read: "Oh, men, pl?-u?e
.." ?-. e si the vo'c " There were
ths ivards, "Prasldsat
woman ?utTratre." and
rotary of Wat ?ir.rr ?
? ? ? i sad ?.tb?*r well kno?n
r i said vats for the
cur.cd an ?-io?iuent
"?'.?mpetent to teach
? ? ? pat? .-?' t?. *. ote ?"
\ ? i ..illy potSBt
-' us with the children,
?i.iat 11| with the vote." The
?ho Carried thesp banner?
rear} ehool ia the graatar
cit) A lat-i" delegatioa rapraaaatad
Wi hington Irvias School and woi
? d m cap? aad gowni When they
ich-d thi revlewiog stand they
?plH ? loable lias ?nil murched that
Port) .,??,? i Btrsot, They
lim-? they carried t.. ? ?
: H.-hmd th"*.i wen
ai? one ?>f the laric<*?t
? ? ill !.?!??
Ilr.x.klvn Well Repre-amled.
Another crent rOpt*OSOatataOB ftm'
from Brooklya. It loomad .?? if almo?
? ? in in llrooklyt: h?d como
"'.er ths bridgOl and through the tun
Boll m or.lfi to march. There Wi c
iiterallv tho'i-an?!-. By ths time t'. ev
! the Maud it -.?.- late in the
sfternooB, posi bly almo.t ."> o'ch?ck.
i?n, of their number -.?ni hot ?i
hui boob ?raiting in a >ide stroal be
low Fi.urtcenth Street for two and
half hour?. , The sctretie? hail the !
| isme ixp?ri?nc?. borne o? thorn gnw
so cold and hungry they sent other
of their number to nearby lunch room
for pitchers of c<,:r.,, aid bundle.? "
sandwiches. A ?.rea* proportion of th
parads h_?i already reaehed F fty-Blntl
Street before those last in line c-vei
started from tie Waahiacton Squar
ne ghborhood. Will Irwin, of the Men'
League, aaid ho and hla cordons did no
pet . tar ted until after ? o'clock.
TI ?? due to I tie henv;
traffic on Forty-secon?! Btreet fron
east t" west and vice versa. Duriui
the tirst par' of the par.de the march
er? moved swift!;, because there mat*
few interruptions through th?
streets. But ss dask casas -in sat
commuters began to leave for *!'.?' out
ly!n. Boetiooa the polios gavs mor?
and more I? v.-ny to eroeotOWfl
And thas the parale wan halted ?m<
the last marchers held up for hours ii
This cold weather, too, nfTect>-.l th?
marchers. Th.ij .ven- t red befon
they reached Fot ? second Street
worn out b) th.- eold, although n ost
of the women were too brave to shoss
it. Even the Grecian maids, ii flowing
draperies, filleted about ?? r foreheads
and with BBBdalled ( ? ' WOOld not
show their plight '
front of a big Amei i arrie?]
by members "f the Worn '
party. Yellow !*??><"? tripe.
cap.-, were worn bjf ,-. :;',-r^ of the
Presa and Publicity Boras
tif-u?-1 paper bOBBOta SBd BOsheS wit?
pai * . ' 1I ,?'?-. ? ...
the parade. New Bochelle
seme mor< Oi aek n aidoi ? a It h
and lilies in their arms.
Ne? fata t? BUad Justi?-?-.
New V.?rk praseated s novelty in the
shape of a BUad Jastles bound to
\ ice, I'r? ?ladies ?h,d [gaorsaes, who
wer?- hooded -i- tr? deep black,
while Justice Mr Clsi ACS 11 f n ? i.-1- -
?on was yoaag, I all in white.
and e:-11 led her US? It -s leal - m?l
sword There s a float of t eu p ??-.
who plea led "Cive Mot \ "t.
\\ e Need I ? ." ??: .' '? I I. It a Kunny
Thing The Fal Sea Why
lothei I Vote?"
Another beautiful float a i - '* 11. ?? ?Vorld
Free," with Victory) ?Liberty, Equal?
?-, gad ?' ist es, sad t;ie si. continents.
Mr?. Philip Boilsaa, wife *>'? ths art.-t,
i a- the \ '??:?? 01 ra on ths float
wer?- MisB Theodora Bean, Mr?. Crj tal
Eaatman Benedict, Mi Jaaet Travers.
Mrs. Alice Borrows Fernandos, Mis?
Kiorenee You up, Mr- Florence Maule
Updegraf, Misa Frieds robaai, Mr-,
Julius Fraak sad Misa Katheries
The nun in th?- para?a we ?
to arrive at the reviewtag ataad. They
had wait?-?! in the eold fot hours, but
'ni?. |ast as eathuslai tic si it" the) had
started the parad' i- tcad sf having
en,l.d ,t. They had a sun,: which mads
a hit. ?
Men'a Song Make, a Hit.
i m ? . I " .
!.. |[ ? .?.? '
I . | . ?' a?.
n ? [ m
If y??u don't believe it's s good -<>n?;
try it to th.- tun?- of "Tramp, ?ramp.
Tramp." That'a ths tune ths me i asad
;.'?:.?] da;, S. m ? ".' tin ? ; .
raded were Robert Underwood J"hn
BOB, Jude?- William II. _iidham. . < on
troller 1'rendeigast, Fradertc C Howe,,
William S. Bennett, William V. Van I
Miss Marcare'. Vale repre esentinf* AlSaSkl ?uffrafrls**.
>ar, Arnold Wood, Norrr
vThitohoosa, Ogden Mills Keid, Herb
Parson? sad Everett Colby. Tl.e n
Ban ehoorad rHi?? time, not hooted
a? when New York rut began to hi
suffrage parade-!. Their ->tnnd I
tided Instead of laughed ut.
liig Six, the Typographical tTnl
Was represented by "Print?-!..
they called themselves. They carr
: big sign, "lHii.? -Typographioal I'n:
First to Dmar.d F.qual Wages
Women." The labor ?lvistoB I
headed by a woman who carried a gii
red torch, and who commanded sco
and ?cores of men, each with a i
band about lit? arm, and who chant
"Votas, votes, votes for women." T
women in this division wore red sash
and (lurched hand in hand.
Sixty horsewomen clattered down t
i asphalt not long after the labor div
ion had passed. They looked ve
! -.mart, indeed, in their riding hab?
1 and hard derby hats. They were woi
en lifesavers in the parade. There w
a tiny tot In a bag on his fathei
. back. He looked very serious and d
not seem to know what it was all aboi
! But he ki?sed his hand to May
Mitchel, who smiled and waved his cv
hand at the baby.
Sign? in Many Tongues.
There were boy scout?, one of them
troop of colored boy?. There we
signs in Swedish, and signs in Hi
irarion ar.d Swedish, and ptign? in Spa
lob, ?m-l French. Ar.d there wa? a dH
gation of Oerman-American wome
head, d bv a flag bearer, who B*l
flanked by four flaxen-haired girls
There was a moTor car with "Mass
ehasett Victory Campaigner" paint?
on i?. The little car nad travel!?
thirt) thousand miles for suffrage
MMsaehusettl lost "animer, ana i
campaigners Mrs. Walter (? Mars*, -
Brookl ne, and her .laughter. Mil
Katheriae, und Miss Berry 1'ottier, <
B SB rode in it. There were v onit
lawyera, doctors, nurse?, writers, dani
? sctrsssoSj authors, horiicul'uri.?
IB! i.'.l Brtuts in the line, em*
"i h it rats divisioa, and many in co:
tame. It ? like a great costume ha!
Sign! ?bowed the women had com
from tien? va, i attaragus, Rroome, Ol
tr.iio, BalllvOB and other fur awa
counties, ss Ball a? from Wostcbestei
I ne Westche?ter v? omen were led b
the Wh'te 1'?H?n*. Fife and Drum <'orp!
???I "Onward ?'hristian Sol
dtsrs" with variations.
College wotaen formed a big part o
the parade, m caps and gown?. The
came from WellsSloy, Vassiir, Barr.ar
Snd well known ?ehool?. The Stut* ?
Connecticut sent tnnny representative;
There must have been twenty bunds n
line. One delegation of women carnei
the new Now York City flag, which rip
pled prettily ia the breeze.
The l'.?th Assembly District, fron
Brooklyn, wore becoming yellow ant
black tln-?ses. Another Brooklyn divi
sitM had four girls with big Japanes?
umbrellas and the word? on a sign
"il.. IBB ----- ill .-hi?e on us November _.'
The VOUIIBOOa surVragist in the parada
Ait* Paul BodovltS, who rode in a babv
carriage tas s?tira route of march. Tin
?p'.<le*t WOI Mrs. Charlotte Woodward
1'ierce, ??f Philadelphia.
MAUD ALLAN A SUFFRAGIST
Ii.*.?f to English Militant?, Dancer I?
...m by American Mildness.
I . ? . 7:,.' r.'t I a !|.ir-a . 1
Washington, Oct. 271 Maud Allan
mule bot ?ffbut as a sufTragi?t here this
?rook. Immune to the pleading? of h. r
militant countrywomen, the F.r.gli-ili
elossia dancer was won by the milder
American me'hods. Miss Allan spok?*
at a tea given in her honor by membe-s
of the National Suffrage Association.
Sb.' always has been a ?uffragi?*. at
heart, iahe ?aid.
"\'r?t only have the militant? accom?
plished nothing, but they have hindere.!
their eau??- immeasurably," ?he ?titled
"I have actual proof of thi?. I hav>*
the good fortune to he acquainted in
Downing Street, and once when ! was
discussing the ?utTiagetti.? with Pie
miei \ quith at s garden party he to! I
me 'h'.t, while he . yi'ipathized deeply
I t'-i 'he women vsho .veri- ?anely ami
?nl.< r... vtorking for suffrage, he would
have nothing to do with the militant?,!
i and that they had put suffrage back ml
I England many yean." I
ANTIS TO _?0LD MASS MEETH5
Senator Hoot and Bishop Greet on LU
of Vlce-Presldeeti Announcd.
A. a e il -1 ' to the J-rates.
rade ye-* >rday afternoon the *tt
ince that a ma;< ?? * * ti ,-r B_ ._
held SB I '
tober :'. ?. _:.wtbich fon_.
Senator j.. i i. o-., In Lym.n AbbeS,
Bishop Iiavid H. Ortet, the lU"
( harles S. Parthurst, Henry L. Stm
son, Gfor.e W. W.tk-r-Mm asl
Adolph S. Ochs will aft H honorar.
Others on the list of rite-pr?--de*
given out last ntirht are Frtz Achim
the Rev. Anson I'. Attefbsry, ChwB
A. Boston, Jamea M ?eck. Jon_tHe
Bulkley, Francis S. Hani-?. Dr m.-SM
Bartlett, John I). ( rimmm?, S B. Csa
tenden, K. Fulton Cutt ng. GeorftF
Crane, Walter C. Childs. Peter Cora?
Dr. Charles I.. l>ana, Shepherd a. ?
Forest, Dr. William K lir.per, ReWB
M. Donaldson. Charles S. fr-1'-??*
Hamilton B. Fairfax i. H. I'owers re?
John (ireenouKh, W. D. Goth ri*?
Throop (i.-er. Krar,.-:s C. ?snUBA
Erskiae Hewitt. Henry "?"*9
Fugene D Hawkins. GsBoral S? ote
Heniy, Bradi.h Johnson, ?alterf?
ninga. Rosslter Johnson rrar.ci??
I.ar.don. Ethelbort Ida Low, Sim
Meyer. John Martin. Hamilton ?BO
b,e Jame- A M.cdonald Edwsfil
Martin, Chase Mellon. Hoffman MJ*
David Ire. Mackie. John U Mi lbs?
George L Ntehols. hafassta Nie?
Robert OlyphsBt. Peter B.OlMgjH
reld < I.borne, hebert h?-.!. I renB?
W. A. Purrington. William B. I araaj
Ezra P Prentice. Samuel 1.. I an?
Louis r. _aaaalBS,_W;llls; ^ ?J
Francia M. Scott, Charlea Steels. PJ
fM.?r Munroe Smith, the Rev?
Henry A. Sttmson. fieorg. *? J*'?
?a. Wl T?Kn..?. '??? ?1
Eyck Dr W. Climas Thompssa,?
f,'?n.n.v A T-..I.?. Beary .*? *g
Kserett P, Wheeler. James ** "??
S;#rtMr!.TBlcott William, snd 0-*
NOTABLES IN SHH0T-ETH
English -rtlet to EahlWt Wort -
l'ortrait. and Statuette.,
ta the Scribr.er Huildmg F.Mf?
nue and rortyetghth Mreei, je
shown to morrow a coll?eion el W*g
chrome model, and atstuettea "r
. r.,r Preston, an fcngl 'Ha??. -,
- ?:? He ha? ?s-.a tea ^,
c< Is .ig fiooi - As . h, ^l^J?
j,, rr,.lh,?re,,u!. the ?.rand I^e
ola. and others .. _?p
mounted them that the] form ??"?*
little triangular atatuette?. ^
Other sp? >n . ,A.tmi
h,,.,l,,o:k are ,i the form 'of tsySg
-sure, for r;P?e??e??
pe,-,..*? w ,? broken on the w?V ^
from London, the only per ^(|
found fractured when unpa??J _?
?n iron erase bear.... IBS ?*
SLIDES FORCE EMBABQ*
, ~ ? ??ble ?
Morgan and Mallory line. I?*?
Handle t.ulf 1retght.
Ga!v..ton. Tex. Oct. ^ T'?p?
embargoes on freight ???ffl, ma?
th- Pactftc Coa.t to *he Ati'betbS?
?,?:i,,l have been declared b> *?*
Morgan and Mallory line ? ^
comp in,?-? a? the re?u.t o an -P
dented ru?h of bus.nes? fol-?* gj?
blocking '?' the I'at'.ama [^??W
? ? ? "* ';: ' . sjbiss?
increased ?^?'?"i* OT
!, . ?id 'hat the aa-bargese
lifted rtertUg. .imm 0, tt**P
There is no congestion or
car. IB the terminal, here.
Stricken Watching ?*rti*
Frailees Pratt. **,i*\'' ^JM
S3 Fa.' ! ','h Mr-*'. '** ?^
,11 ?hilo watching th?- *u"/.\c,_.___l!
between Kift? : rat ar<i ? V?atSF
Mi.-*- "a r flh V..""^**'1. %
was hurried in an ?u?''m?b',n* ?
Presbyterian Hospital, but on ?
there was dead. The body *?*