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REPEATED IN HOUSE
Lower liody of Contress Indorses
Votes for Women. Twvo Score 3Meln.
bers More tinn Needed.
Washigton, \lay 21.-National suf
fra:e for wvomnen was indorsed by tihe
hose o0 if r'Opresentatives for thle See
Ond time today when the SIsan 13.
Atitholny aieldiient t'esolution was
adopted by a Vote of "01 to S9. Support
ters of the measure imitmediately ar
ran,:2ed to cary theitr fight to the senate
Where alth1igh twice defeated at the
last session. they are colfident of ohl
tailing the neeessary t hwo-thirds vote.
The vict ory of tle suffr-age forces
today vas I".' votes Iore than tihe re
(luired two-tis. Onl the previous
Hallot onl the resolittion .January 1),
V'?. exact !y the necessary numbet of
affirinatie votes were recorded.
Illou so leadets of otlh parties iI the
brief dchate Ipreceding today's vote
II Iged favorabi ac otion but many
Sout I hern Democrats opposed the
tmeasure as did several New EIngland
The favorable vote was more by 1.
tihai woul( have beel necessary had
all iemiberls of Ihe house been prleset I.
The political division of the vote
showed that 200 Republicans, 102 Dem
ocerats, one independent and ole pi0
hib! :'U volel for adtion while
the negative poll showed 70 Detmo
orats and 19 iepublicains. Speakel
(ilette, who voted a'ist the resolu
tion on1 pitevious ballots. did not vote
E ftorts of opponiets to amind the
reso.ition wer, unavailing. Repre
sot)yive Cla rk. Plorida Democrat,
lWader of the opposi 1sn, proposed thiat
t S at. ratificatioi: be compilsory
within ll evn years. anid telreetatie
Sal:; . of \'irginuia. Demnocrat,
soutgh t -)t1)nel State adoption by
plopl'. : - The overwh hni ting dt
nial a . IIll onl these prioposals
by a von of 21 1 to .52 preceded Ilie voti
of ado' on. and inidicated tle relatix
sin:7 tSt t reoins Su ppoters
org-anizatioll leaders ex
-:fiala 1 at Ihe lar ge fav
or0 adl preidicted viclory ini the
a- in memberIh.,
th nor mwl cone
T roer oven-iond when prsuf
when debate began. Before the final
roll call, however,- all seats were filled
prinicipally by members of suffragist
organizations. Frequent appause
piunctuated the debate, but the loudest
outburst came when Speaker Gillette
announced the final vote.
loth lepublican Leader Mlondell and
Democratic Leader Clark asked adop
tion of the resolution, the later refer
ring to President Wilson's request for
such action while Mr. Mondell praised
the Republican members for their atti
tude, pointing out that adopt ion of the
resolution was (lhe first legislative act
of the new congress.
.Ailr. Clark denied that adoption of
the resolution would interfere with
State rights as was argued by some
Dlemocratic speakers, adding that he
favored the resolution not because
"woman suffrage Is going to precipi
tate the millennium but that it is not
going to c'ause the damage some think
Representative Kitchin, of North
Carlina, Democratic leader in the list
congress, opposing suffago bantered
the Republicans for "quick response to
to the president's call" and declared
the Republicans during 16 years of
control of congress refused suffrage
leaving it for the Democrats who had
courage to introduce the measure.
Ilepresentative Itaker (California),
Democratic sulipporter, asserted that a
combined Democratic and Republican
vote was necessary to carry the resolu
Tho only Ieplblicani to speak
against the resolution was Represen
Intive locit (Pel'nnsylvatnia), who as
sorted that hlis objection would remain
umnchanged if his political defeat was
vertaii. lie added that "no man from
New York, IPeiisylvaniia o Oh io,
down\ in his heart favored this thing."
liepres tilative Clark of Florida.
Deimrat' lealer of the anti suffage
for'es. in a Speoch opposin 1the reo
In1tion adiited 'Oth cards"-; are stiacked
ld t dl(ret is writ len".
nUC were ikpresen1tatIivcs Il1lar1dy an11d
f)!d o Tt:6 mdl~ nl o!f No-rh
Mio. n I l ali
Yol I I 814n 'r tah Nfei.
TO 'IEMOVE PATTON
('ha1 nge Dmndith in reenville Road
PoIlley. ('apt. . nm D). Willis An.
Nonineps ('nid'lacy for Office.
Greenville, .a.: 21.-The Greenville
County logislati ''lelegation by a vote
of four to two at .. e.i:m niter
noon adopted a resolution notifying
and directing W. ii. Williman, coun
ty s.up)ervisor, to dispense with the ser
vices of P. F. Patton in so far as he
affects or control the direction of
Greenville County's road policy, or the
handling or disbursement of Green
ville Conty's road fund, In colipii
ance. with the act of the general as
sembly. The resolution was flied
with the supervisor and .1. W. Nor
wood, chairman of the Greenvlille
County h igliway commission, some
time ago. It was the sense 01 a
majority of the delegat.ion to ask Mr.
Norwood, to resign in the event he
did not remove Mr. Patton. Mr. Nor
Wood in a communication to the press
stated that Patton is not employed by
the county. The resolution adopted
today stated that it. appears that Pat
ton has for all practicable purposes
continued to carry on the work of his
office and act as county engineer. Tile
resolution further stated that it ap
pears that he paid out the sum of
$2,919 durhta the months of April and
May and -it he in other particulars
exercised I le functions of the engi
neer's oflice by t ransferring to the
Spartanburg highway commission,
for which he is engineer, the property
of Greenville County. consisting of
dynamite of the value of $106i.75. State
Senator Bonham and lepresentatives
McDavid, Bramliett and Smoke today
voted in favor of the resolution and
Representatives Gresham and Rich
ads15onl against it. Representative T.
P. Cothrana was not present
Caplt. Sam iD. Willis, who command
ed the llitler Guiar'ds. Compalny A. One
Sltinndr d and -.iihteenilh Infantry in
l''rance, and w\ho was.u the, m~iemb of
ilh local vomlany nine years. today
iannioinced that hIe w'ouldl bo a C andi
a" fol siciff of C.r 4nville Couinty
inl Ho'e !e is 11h firs:-I re n lSol
d1: r I') anlouncelv( folr any\ olico mill he
11 1hat he will mako tlhe, r'ace not
\n is w a reword bjut onl his meri'1t.
J1, i about :: *ars of aan an1 has
nv fr'ends thennehout the conuniy.
He was slightly wounded In France
several times. J. W. Little, former
postmaster of Simpsonville, and
Sheriff lendrix Rector and other
avowed candidates for this oilce.
FAR)ERS SELL 11048.
Two ('ars Shipped From Newberry to
Newberry, Alay 21.-T. M. Mills,
farm demonstration agent of this
county, had his first cooperative ship
ient of hogs today. Farmers having
hogs to sell had been notified to have
them here this morning for shipment
to Richmond Va. I logs to the number
of 110 were brought in and was grad
ed by an expert from Clemson College
and were then loaded for shipment
and started on their way this after
noon. It was a fine looking lot of
hogs; a few large ones, but the large
er nuimber of medium size. One
weighed over 700 pounds; that one
came from W. 1P. Smith's farm near
The number of farmers who brought
in hogs was 35. The weight of the
hogs totaled 23,490 pounds and they
were graded as follows: Grade 1, 14,
102 pounds; grade 2, 1,450 pounds;
grade 3, 7,888 pounds. The hogs were
sold here at 'the following prices:
(;rade I at $17.35 cents; grado 2 at
$16.25 cents: grade 3 at $15.25 cents;
these prices were net on the gross
weight of the hogs, the total net price
There were three buyers here and
a number of bidders besides here. The
buyer was an Orangeburg broker,
whito shipped the hogs on to Richmond
in! Iwo cars over the Coast Line just
Z they would have been shipped if
they had not been sold here. Mr.
\ills a nd the selling farmers are
pleased with the day's work.
Safisfact on for the
Aid to appetite and
digestion - benefit
and enjoyment in
And only 5 cents
WRAPPED - V - 1 01; C;
Ladies' Gowns / .*,
Ladies' S kirt
Ladies' Unionetts I) OX ,1
Ladies' Corset Covers
D OVE BRAND UNDERMUSLINS that please both t
and reinforced arm-holes in every garment. A won<
fish-eye laces, val laces, and Swiss embroideries; also beau
derwear of utmost neatness will find our display a place of
with the Dove label in every garment.
Ladies' Muslin Gowns
Cambric and dainty nainsook, both hand embroidered and lace
trimmed. Price $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 and $2.95.
Ladies' Muslin Skirts trimmed with lace and swiss embroidery.
Price $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
Ladies' Teddies, fine quality nainsook flesh and white hand em
broidered. Price $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 the garment.
Ladies' Nainsook Unionette, flesh and white, the athletic garment
for girls. Price $1.25 and $1.50 the garment.
Ladies' Muslin Corset Covers, trimmed with laces and embroid
eries. Price 50c and 75c.
GOSSARD CORSETS WELLS C
They Lace in Front LAURE
$2.50, $3.50, $5.00 and $6.50 "A GOOD PLA
14 Boys' and Girls' E-Z
Boys' and Girls' E-Z
Under--" Children's Cambric Waists
musins Ladies' Gauze Vests
Ladies' Knit Union Suits
te eye and purse. Good materials, careful workmanship,
lerful array of Dove Undermuslins texquisitely trimmed in
tiful hand embroidered designs. Women who seek the un
enchantment. Remember, every garment is Dove-made
Ladies' and Children's Knit Underwear
Ladies' Knit Union Suits, summer weight, both cuff and shell
knee. Price 75c and $1.00 the garment.
- Ladies' Knit Gauze Vests, very fine ribbed and extra large sizes.
Price 35c and 50c the garment.
Children's Summer Knit E-Z Union Suits for boys and girls. Price
$1.00 the garment.
Children's Knit E-Z Waists in all size. Price 35c each.
Children's Cambric Waists, in all sfzes. Price 35c each.
AlRDY Ci) SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS
e CThey Look Good
NS, S. C. They Wear Well.
6CE TO TRADE" $6.50 and $7.50 each