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Beautiful Women From Other States Join the Suffragists of New York in Silent Plea For Ballot
Great Parade Proves We'll Win,
Declare Leaders of Women
Men Favorably, Says Mrs. W . k.
;lt. Jr.?Watch the Wonderful Effect.
Dr. Shaw Acjy;
J -ood on
I . ? t and
Hi? ?* ? Lament.
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Beliovee \\..ni?-n Will Wia.
.Mrs. Joan Non
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our city, ??
. ly nfter th
"We have i.ll we ci u got ss ' ?
?n, "bul we are wit
44 omei .'u t l.ecaus
'?'.. l re? cl
IV? -4 OUI?
? i and the '
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; - ? neb, s
Will be fulfill?
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Bays Parada Will Ud
'Ihe chief marshal of nil the i
. ? sun
? be ni
It," ?he su
the rrei , ..
? . niBtl
I am con
that the women will win i
p . .
"What mpreasei me mo?t i? bow
? an ?ay that women do not
o. i to
"The vlsualli ?
BoUewa Parade Will Arnuie Men.
Paul S -:-f ' ; ingas! ?urTrafri.-t In
women are going to get the vote this
fall. those ows of iK-loriou?
.- I *ht-n try to
Katherine D. Blake, who nur
?hailed the division of w.?men toocbors,
"U e ?a ill 1 uni con
V. hen more than 'J."..'i t. .
sre (tril?Bg t.. march for the cause, de
Novembor is im
'? *."? ??'. MISS Mar
? pros? nts? Alaska,
p'cli those wonderful
? eoming on nr.bly, like
an in? I the? s 11 ?uc
resting ?urh eour
. i.men >.:' New Votk ( ity are
.- to day "
II?.pel ul. Says Mrs. W.inthrnp. Jr.
BgertoB !.. Winthrop, jr., said)
1 ?-i fui, but of one :
I Vtlll lit tl:,
?i of time."
"Th? i this crfiwd who
nre y I I BV?1 ?'.?.!. ts SOS
n are paradiflg," said
" B| ? : ' "An.l
I'm proud to -?.v that I'm a woman to
?' the great majority
: g it? t:ue heart by
I ? ? p--..;?p."
line WS ? ero jrreet.d
? ? '.' BOS," ??.in
ob, "bat 11
of lileaes which shows
ihone>' land was the highest sp
? ? Bid isl
IOS, who carried
?'. ' ?
1 win. We have
f ths BOB w '"?!d only ad
? ?? parade will do ,..11 the
? -? VI that the
mujo; ? f the women of thi? city are
???ant the vote."
? ," in an UStoi I tone from
'?! i.'urn "\\ l,v, how could
???? ? foolish question 1 There
' ;. loubl in my mind
? i- whole crowd is with
there BIB Bl 'tiany watch |
n>* mor.? in fact, don't forget
WAVES OF CHEERS
ALONG WHOLE LINE
Women Spectators Applaud
Men in Ranks. Whittles
Shriek and Bells Ring.
Soon after 2 o'clock yesterday after?
noon a irrnup of women on horses ap
I'.-tr.d la th? shadow of Kessler'? Jew?
ish Theatre, at Hoastsa Street and
d AVSBBS. Immediately a tre?
mendous crowd tralher.d, for sloSSt
trt ?'? ? -?? fsssals "? ossssksa." aa
Pointed Comment from the Crowd
Humor and Praise Drawn from
Spectator?, by the March?
"Many are the feet that are wearv
i the march to
chanted on< ovsrooatsd m?l?
? ppod UP und dowa to hoop warn?.
I gotta get it some time; whr
',41, ? .- Why not
S t '? ?' n ..I ipori - ""
' that woman wheeling a
- smiling, too!"
? o was Mrs. Vas
I Kotiert, fifteen
"If '.turnen take .?urh
that I ? ro gel
aa tint one there, it
looks a. if a little thing like a vote
wouldn't be too much of a reward."
"O?OS them the rots so there won't
have to be any more parades; they
bastases, commented one al
? ?W, Id ra'her I
?.han march. Women ?houldn't
have to k'o out la 'he street like -
"If women from the _nest families in
America .ire willing to get out in the
? ? hi 1 line up with Mary Anne
Anybody and chum wi*h her like a ei?
t?r for a cause, it moBBB somethiag."
"Huh! If women wsnt to vote they'll
I at ? to wear more sensible elotl
snorted one man.
"Why, de they vote with their
clothesr came a guick reply.
At t.ip- Women from HufTrag-o Htatos reprisent them near hea.l of column. In oval?Mrn. BnulfoH Green,
SBS grtssslod Russian veteran called
them. It was a ?trance sight. Street
urchins fnutrht for a chance to pat the
horse.' flank*. Heads were stuck out
of windows and appeared over the
edges of roofs. Pedlers for.ot their
pushcart?. WSSBSB In wiir* forgot their
afternoon nap and policemen shouted
to keep (1 a ?urging crowd back.
I'd Bocead Av. nue the women and
men marched srlth h mass of colors and
latoS-CBtlag music. When a national
air wus ?trick up the men, rt
them f,.re.,-- ? I *. ?ala d to the tip. of
their toes and cheered with abandon.
Hund-. - ? n fell into line after
?he r?galai I I had passed. Fa.
"n ? ! and set - _>
house bells were rUBg. It seemed as
,-n had :,L--r, tBTBOd ?*?
Th?re wm a wait of an hour at
?i the line ere.-;
rem a .-.'.u.ifton S
Oum . 11 girls h ii
a of the
vision.? . ? the Dolnt
where more thai BOB of the
Washing:*',- Stiegest ran out
o' ?he lire, graiped the girls by the
? ' turn on a
tu;l blast sf mjsic ar.d danced to a
not of applause.
"It i? won ierful," said an old Ger?
man. "I am an eld man, but n?rver in
mi i.fe have I leOB anything like this "
Women sat on taxieab tops, their
feet dangling, to earn a better view of
the ft ?. red, blue, green and purple
lines that seemed to wind in sinuous
faah.on ihr. agh '.i.e SVOBBO. The build?
ings on Pifth A-..: _?? -v.r.' black with
people, applauding from office wir | a ?
and doors?ays. Vounga'.ers carried boxea
from ' - and r.nted place, t.
.tand at 10 cent, a perso.. |
A* Fifty->>igh?h Btrsot ? man who
?aid he was !?ier Novia, of Newark, a
coniiuc'or 01 ? ?. PsBBsylvaaia Rail
ri.H.i. Stod a? Mrs
Arab) , of Groat Neck, Long
"Look at the ?uffragette, boys! And
?he weal i a ?mi -, tool "
Ne*, n WBS B*n itod wh?n he fol
Mra. il?-!' ?a. hut was released when
ihe a?Ked Mac,strate Barlow to let him
The i les? applause
than did II ?.'
men . BlSSSSd spectat? ?
not cheer them, but the women did.
.1 hardclanp'ng :
from eon tag
of thi - c throng. A B
?? -. . ? i.'t you go home
and freeze '.'" wa? i.
MB of th? men and
women or. the sidewalk impelled the
men in the variou? club? along Fifth
by ?hour, of appl.une Sad hand clap
Rogil and the
? a.:s..,e? and waved their hand?
Itera in the ranks. A? the
marchers pa??ed the statue at Colum
his Cintls, the divi?ion? which broke
rink? reinforced the ipectaton and
r flr.i?? in the imiling faces
- ichiog the end of th?
ReaiiT.ing that the fini?h wa! near
?l ?? -nen forgot dlocipllas and beyan
?miring Th?, BBOds struck up "Tip
?y" ?ml ths voice? of th. men
'it'* a ?hort wav to woman ?uffrage,
"It'? a ?hort way to go"
Then th.- s threw restraint
ssids until trie voiun.e of nolis grew
??renter ar.d Kreater ar.d the long wa?
tokofl up by divinoni in the rear. And,
i?:ll sinning, the met? enthuimiti
reached th? ?nd of their duuaatioiv,
Mrs. Philip Lydif.
Opposition Leaders Say
Congratulations Are in
Mrs. Arthur M. Podge, president of
the National Association Opposed to
WeSBaa Suffrage, ??sued a statement
after yesterday's suffrage parade ial
which shn said:
"The suffrage parade was most m
( terosring. Its organizers are to he :
I congratulated upon the ?ueeess of their
? ' ?*?*. Their endeavor, as shown
through ths system o?" enrolment car
? igt for ?I..1UV weeks up and down
?ur stref's and in our shops, was to
? Induce and ponaads many dtvsrSO
; groups of women to march up Fifth
: Avenue to show thBt some women
WSJ ' d tO vote. la thts they were suc
" trrhing hundreds or even thou-?
: sand? in the waks of blaring trumpets
i and tiding banners ds Bob prove any
?' ?.?.?? ?lo not. ?already know.;
11 than ever those _hn oppose vote*
for women are ask'ng if there is any
hope of bettered conditions in govern-1
Mr?. Howard Cunhinj..
ment held out bv thoie who indulge m
- ? . ? - ? they
the re?po! 4
"There was nothing m
that showed N'-w York STOBld SB
by ti"- di if! i int..
: ? Thors ??
I the o.
? ..p. ,,*? pagesBtry for
any guanal that
"A? n ?peer trie ?he para?!?' wa? en
UrtalBiag. A < tn irgumeat f. ?
? mai pro
Othen of the a*.' loffrags lea 1er?
' comment?*d freely on the p
was In pn grei -. sad thoj agreed I? thi
opm ?OB i !..?? ? ?? ould !" of llttli I
ill ,. ?..,. \ ???? Mill
State A ? ? i ipposod to WomoB
Suffrage, laid: "II was a good p.rade
but -.' . -.. me that all t(..- .'
frogs itreugth wa? m the middle of th?
Thors srai rsry littls enihusi
the side* ilk?."
Mrs. .lohn .1. r. R I v, vvho it
lent t)f the ?.union Clul i
which il Opposed to M,'rr:iKe. ?hi?):
"Politically I think the para?ie was a
nod in.~>g for those who ?vaul ?uf
fragO, but it ..ill arouse enthusiasm
only among those who will vote for
.-?? anyway. !? won'*, l think,
bring BOW VOtOS. ! thnk the public !?
opposed to women mirchitig. a? i* is
opposed to their ipoakiag >-r, street
Mr Evoroti P. ffhiwior, prosldoat of
the Man-Saffrage Associatioa, refu*.?l
to comment on the parade at all.
An BBtl, st tinling BOXl to a middle
aged Iri.-h woman, who evidently had
a daughter ?omewhere in Im?, re
marked, "I don't think much of this
"Why don't ye?" ,-nappe.l her neli?h
bor. "Why don't .... intls have one
yourselves, tl i s V"
"Why should we*" was the answer.
"We!!," told 'he Irish woman, "til
tell ye why you don't. Tier?? ain't
enough of ye."
There was ?erne suspicion among the.
anti-pauffrais'e worker? that the predi.-t
ed number of marchers would not b?
in line yesterday af'ernoon. Accord
'tiglv, men '.'.,.r.. Hi! out to cf.'int the
liaos ?-1 thoy passif! and determine, if
possible, tiie total number who rr.ar.*'- ?-.'..
This count, It was announced, showed
The parade will cause no changes in
the atiti sjtfrage campaign plan?
Meetings are being hel?! every right,
and ?|i.aker? will BaMfOOS every po?
litical club in the city before Klectlon
Day. A ma?? meeting will be held In
Carnegie Mall next Saturday night.
Women's Earnest Democracy
Impresses Kansas Editor
Multitude of Witnesses Given I_asting Proof That Joke
of a Suffrage Parade Is Over. Says Henry
J. Allen, of Wichita, Kan.
rty HF. RY J. At.I.EN.
Fdltor of "The Wichita (Kan?.) Bea?
? ; endous! I'.'a entitled to all the
? ! ? .
A? a manifestation of the wide?
spread and vital interest in the N-w
York campaign for equal suffrage it
was absolutely overwhelming. Forty
*hou?ar.d women do not spend .i^y*
ng ready for a .ve-mile march
through crowded streets, and hours
marching In a raw afternoon for a
transitory whim. And five hundred
thousand people do not crowd the line
at march, ?ati.fied to stand for two
hour, in the hope of gettirg a frag
mentar}* glimpse of the pag.ant oc
ca.ionally, from mero curiosity.
From the standpoint of the crowd',
psychology, it was th? mo.t demo?
cratic exh bltton 1 have ever teen in
Ne. York. In the serried rank? of
those who marched were worgen from
ever/ e'.asa. They had come to the
formation grounds In luxurions limou?
sine., rich automohilea, in taxicabs, on
'buses, in streetcars, snd some had
walked. Thsy were from every section
of New York; their l'ves touched every
.on of th to teeming city I
their con?err_t- ?: - the csu?
for wl !i ,l-, marched all though* of
the eon idoratlona that some t i asea
?eparate th>-rn late ClsSBOa was I?.st
The vast crowd, apparently a fren i
ly throng, was characterized by the.
?ame democratic comprehensiveneas.
And the impressive spirtt that brooded
over the entire event; that gripped
the sober, earnest marchers tn the
I Brade, and the quiet, orderly and ap
tl) no less earnest thousands
that l.r.ed the course, was the ealm
noaa of it a calmness that was fa'rly
grim. The holiday spirit that charar
terizea parade, waa absent. Thia crowd
of ?...Of?, women and 1..00. men was
on a march; a quiet, orderly march to
a certain goal and the vaat mul'itnde
of wttnea.es caught the .pirit of thi.
The event wa. happily tree from any
, of the rowdyism that brought disgrace
I to the national capital three year? ag
i and resulted in a Congre, aional in
quiry as to police control. There waa
n new quality in the attitude of the
crowd toward 'he rnembera of the
parade a significant quality.
The Joke of a suffrage parade ia over
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