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MISS EL'L'ABLTH LLL?WORTH COOK "WATCHINC" IN THE BOWERY. WOMEN REJOICE OVER RIGHT TO WATCH POLES Stormy Struggle Over Question Has Resulted in Compromise Rill Just Passed by Legislature. Gi\ing \^ omen Right to Watch When Suffrage Amendment la Submitted. ft) NOM \ ! I K f- III I iHtl - l lens ' ??' V thanks to >NE LAW WORTH COST OF THE SESSION and ? ? ' : ? ? . for the I.ec la worth n to them?the law -rht t'i w\ ? one It wi : "1 tii? law apparently per? Ac ? ' ?n El? ?h Klls 1 m ?i len Potter. f | New [York bar, stood reg te I - : ear as coun one was arrested. To that stction of the city familiarly known BJ ttoWt Kitchen ?fell 'he bot g| and htX fight wltl if won.' n watchers. ng over and ? hi- mind how ? ? ??. :. ? ? h ? -. of tbg ' My District ftom John 1". Carry. .\ kind ?ntnd s-ggested his appointing: woman WBtCbOT-, and therebv, at leasr. making of g rtgaa count, Following: taig ^ri'i | Ighlln went to auf tge hcad-TJa: tris shortly gfterward pi?.'d with fift" watchars1 eorttl In >rei!v ailed oui Fi> promised to far? ?h < onnsel arid ?ball if any wat'her waa i. and being an ua<_ I "r jjad aa a further Inducement ? ?Jri?! for snv aroman iratehor who hap to be shot while pcrformlng hei I CAUSED WRANGLING. When these reasauring facts were Mm? niunlcated to the members of the Wom? en a Political I'nlon twenty-five at once volunteered. Twenty-five women ap? peared at twenty-five polling place? rroraptly at I'M p. m. on September 13 and made tbelr way Into the sacred pre? cinct? behind the- rail. Bedlam ensued; Curry men Insisted that the women had I ? the> wen ? ' ?', ? -r vv .it 11 WOMEN WATCHERS ARRESTED In : strict B< l< i bj a ? poll inj ? . worn* I ? ? . . ' !' ' et LPHELD BY MAGISTRATE. long* ? ? ? ? en x\ i.i ths v?-it.- . ? district ? ??>s '.?i *.!? ? ? Wh< :i . ? of t )<? '?' ;.i and th* " ni? in hiir to th? Ive polling ... ijfiv i.'ly dull m tic primai y ' ? that ? to to mil afje la not t to ths f s reported that sc? the refi e cards s out of gave thi ? onj - - than th* I given th* ear b* The se< c?n?l i ex elation wai th* of tl e count of th? constitutional s.? ballots were noun?! ion?-.' while th?-- regular ballots w*-i e counted, and th"n thi ?uns frequently to som* outside on Two instances wore reported In w nit ?i i ha man counting the c* , ai ballots Inquired from tba woman watcher whether he should count the blank ba?" ? t. It te DO wonder that women wish to wat?ii In Mi, The Dem?crata were rerj pleasant thai 1 Election Day, but Uiej were onlj bldins their time. Th?- election of ItN brought thorn' Into power In both houeer* of the .state Legislature, and In the session t>l iPii by the paaaags of the Levy elation |gW w":. SU again teal the tight to Watch. They did not loose It without a light however, At the lnatigatton of the Won* en'a Political Unten amendmenta were proposed by Senator Bayne which WO lid have mad? tie right of women to watch State-Wide, even an the Levy bill ma'le ths . algr.ature law apply to the whole Plate, : But It was all to DO purpoae. And now duMng the [?agMteture or uu 1 tbe T)emo< rats and the nepubllrana Joined _ P?Q?IN ?*? ^m^tmaaOmom^^^^^^^^^^^^^______________ AM BRI CAISl LADIES fJil?ng Lnnd?B ara /irr/?*?/ /o r/ew ear Origins/ Cmarjops, pndoootl slmvlisnmusir it ihn lon?oa tuto4 Perls Safios. DISTINCTIVE ?n- EXCLUSIVE TOILETTES For All STATE AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. <*U??ltV??*'??<'N?V<??<??*?*\???A'->*,*>.<V??*>*'?^ NEW yOBK. PARIS. _-9, Dover Street, Alayfair, LONDON ROBES. MANTEAUX. FOURRURES CORSETS, BLOUSES. LIKGERIE. TROUSSEAUX. MODES. BUENOS AIRES, ABOVE?THE SAD FATE OF TWO WOMEN WATCHERS. BELOW?M RS. NORA BLATCH DE FORREST AT THE POLLS IN THE GAS HOUSE DISTRICT. omise bill nuis vviiiin n to wat ? n the ? et ?. ? n this ? ??? amended to suit the D? ? ? Id In committee i"r xv.?ks waiting foi RepubU ? : the As? ??. mbl ta I did erii'.r '?'it! - Ion. Tu i?<* in,. ? went to Albanj I the bl ? ' .?'-i M poseed the on M i ? R . u Qi iffln h. ing Hi? res* tton?rj ta I* Diced by Mr. Qi iffln ? rtni ? lenate debate am Willing !?i ?'?tend no further rOCOgnl ti ?i : i. to th* I (?minist movement I ? have *s-?'n? (ai- enough r iting woman." d th* We ? ? i it when it can ? him. And so II lus . orne to i Will v*- StCh vv h' n Hi" vvtimati - nt Is submitted, which s ill un? doul ted It re* if* ! v they v<, : d ARE WOMEN PEOPLE? By ALICE DUER MILLER. LET THOSE WHO KNOW DECIDE. **W< also believe in the development oi women, At ter ?bury, of Prim i ton, in the ?ni te d? bate, "but oppos? 'in development ol woman in oppo ition to her nature *' Soon the qu? lion ol "I me Manliness foi Men'' is to be decided by .? symposium composed ol iiir freshman classes ol \.-sar, .sniitii and Well? .lev. AXIOMATIC. "Man's function," ??.?ni the same speaker, "is lo com? pel : w oman's to pei suade." Nestor, of whom Homer, ?said: "Fi om whose lips divine Hows"; l ardi?al VVoIsey, who, according to aai "exceeding wise, fair-spoken and per? ; MU'iinc. and Hampden, ?vho, Clarendon telli us, had "a head to contrive and ,i i<m^t:.- to persuade," were, ?? now fear, more effeminat? than we used to think DO YOU KNOW? Thai 47 per cent of the stockholders o? the Pennsyl vania Railioa?l are women? That the percentage of women Stockholders ha?? in? creased 100 per cent in the last ten years? Thai a majority o? the stockholders in the American Telegraph and Telephone Company are women? That H .ias been e.-timatcd that women hold over 33 per cent of the Stock o? our principal railroads? NEWS?AND HOW TO TAINT IT. Next to Newport, R. I., San Francisco has more bachelors than any other city In the country.?\. V. Tribune, March 20. To taint according to taute of: iai Eastern snti-suffragist, To Newport the most beautiful women of th- Fast come to enjoy themselves - not to talk politic?, The re? ' ?u)t i?, ?i? might he expected, that inore bachelors arc attracted to Newport than to any other city in the eountrv (h) Weitem anti-suffragist, It i?? no ?urpriBP for thine who hnve watched the ?le Btriictivn oMtCi of woman's suffrage on the home to learn thm only one ?itv in the country ?WfpUSses San Fran? 11*, o In ihr number <?f it?, unmarried men, (e i Ea?t(?n suffragist li i? not surprising, a? man henni to uiU Intellectual companionship iron the women they marry, that New-' pott? the playgiound ol the idle rich?should eontam ihe largest number ol unmarried men in this country. ? t,l) \\>ti in suffragist. Thai suffrage has nol i ndi ; oui romen unattrac? tive i* shown by the fact thai more young bachelors s'-ckiiifs' ihcir life partners an drawn to San Krancisco than to any other large city in this country. THE OBVIOUS SOLUTION. x.n advertisement hat ecentlj appeared in California, issued m the Friends < ? l-iomeli is ' hildren, which Wanted?I lomes for bo) - Wanted-?100 girls from -iv- month? to five home?, non waiting. Mi, if only women would remain between ihe ages of m< months ind five rears and have blond curls ihere unuM he n?> woman question troubling us! MILITANCY. "'I-.? el?. ( hundred girls were thrown into a panic in a im it or3 lofl building yesterday afternoon by two parties of time?:, who rushed n't'? the I elling 'Fire!' ami throwing ?rude ?-?11 over :iic girls and the v Ini? cien'-? clothing they were working on." V N. Tribune. Personally, x*** cannot feel that such lawless and hys? terical outbreaks prove tin- fitness <?< men for ihe Ko arrests appear to have been made. SO GREAT A FAVORITE IS WOMAN. In 1886 no ?.t?te appropriations were made for ihr support of institutions for the higher education of women? while ?t?te appropriations to the amount of $1,? 690.275 were made in that year for tlit higher education of men Some oi the property owner*, whose land ?g the most xaluable in Chicago prefer to deal with men. even of the Bath House an?l H in ley Dink type, rather than a woman, and the word has gone forth that Miss Drake must be defeated next Tuesday.? N. Y. Time?, April 2 Said Htnky Dink to Bath-House John: "What d'ye think5 The tight is on'" "What d'ye mean? What do l think?" Naid Bath-Hooaa John to Hinky Dink. "The birth "! a daughter," says an editorial in the New Yprfc Times, "is no Ion- - tlamity, a disgrace or a misfortune," Flatterer I . "GOOD CHANCE FOR SUCCESS OF CAUSE' Norman Hapgood Says in an Interyiew I li?t En? franchisement ol Women la Bound I ?> With General Democratic Move* 111 f* 111 'iliM \X/lll ( lilil?-' Srii-iti kit' I ' "OUI ? ; , ? , I ? L' ' ' "" ? ' ?i , . f ' ?? CONTEST UNEVEN. . , . ???,. ,?. - r .,,.,. ? r? ,.? ol sixteei o ? the 01 t i,,, und? h,, itfe i... Ions? . . 0n Bud militai . ... training "Ami" Discusses California Vote IS? l.'l IN N \ I W\RI M I I 11 ? ? . ? -. ?' ' ' '.. ,|r,?. ;| 1...1 Til, . % tot CALlFORNIAN DISAGREES. e two oi ?? the most ard? ?ifornla -- n ai ... ? i -vin i.- for ill- " . i t.? prove ? itf;ii women that it la their duty to -, ota, B net her th? she contti ? tbwe-men vnte.i. bul the majority at olla '?''i ? ot belong t" the inteil thinlting < !.. -? - ..' all." BALLOT A RESPONSIBILITY. 'tjy have not itien th..', h.. the re? sponsibility of the ballot . they must i I duty t rate, not for i m in >< caui e Im i .-. me ret to a ? ? the state, i ? pal or tt it, as the ? lae may he. Whether welci ever) tho - I ful, COI ' ? v\ .... ;.r thus regard the tram suffrage state. Thlg ?I?., trine d b even Informed, broad minded none more emphaticall) than the i iK'nt wilt? is and speal CONDITIONS WORSE IN EAST. - _ non ? Ipai eitle -. de* tared h as her opinion that t lie fui ? tner I the m?M ? ?would equal suffrag? b . "it our expo? rlence of the class, s voting proves thing, bow Infinite!] aorte u would be In v.iur [Eastern states, ?? un i ie i over? in population!" The following from M s iesste .ckei mann, a prominent suffragist might ? \ our .".-. Ing as < onditloni bold eve. ? where: ?it would be anfs r to other women to say thai the lahm ?romen rote b? re burdened n ? siblllt: thej dare nol shirk, it la not " I? ,!'"" to the unrelenting, ever a? tti | itlon In i "! ?" ? el'?- .i BOng :? . * knowi where to pul her hai bw ?' . Nf,, ,,.,,, M able to h arshal them late line in quick time, Th v arg In small conn -? marehl ig orders at the frst ?an to action. Upon election th?V swann to nan- rescue from quarter, The point Ig not how m wh] II ? rota '?.it that iii.'v rota.' Pits Of flu?, tho M HT lav; | M '? i h i us of the mllienni inn ? stabile i .ustrabg ,ui.i Now Zealand granting of the fi ,?t,. hike to '.von,.?, Rg the thoughtful, patriotic women h the "antr ranks that thev need the Is tins. theni ,| r patrletlani ot thP BUf. fragtet? To gata her own desires at the expense of throwing the ballot Into mill long of Ignorant banda, at the Mme time assuring trie vote that <vou|,| i>c r^>x ,vltl, ratHotlsrn and intelligence that it would be negligible? To whip a horse |g illegal m Moscow. Never Judge a man by his looks, Judge Mm by the looks of his wife. A ?wallow eats six thousand files a day A wrinkle might be termed the nick of tima .,r i?. . ' " ' " ' i * ' . ? . " - gITUATION IS CLCAP. i i i ' ? - - ;rvic] CORSETS THESE arc the corsets that have created a furore from Halifax to Log Angeles. They are giving thous? ands of women a health? ful, graceful "nature fig? ure," with that perfect physical support which links style and comfort. They're NEWJ Never anything like them. Here's a superb model for Slender Figures No. 561-$5.00 I! f^ KORSERVICE That Nhori inner corset doesn't hiidiie when you bend, twist or "dip." It doesn't "dif- in" and hurt. The load outer corset ?sive?. the easv tit and graceful lines it the true "corsetless" effect. Nearly topless, and all-elaatie ahoxe the waist-line. To s? No. 561 i?, to admire it. To treur it is to rave over it. Ask any woman who ha? one. OTHER MODELS No 562. tur slcader tiguic?, hat elail.e li'irtl-tore. covering the entire ?.*.? trie it?: ?i. fivca Jcitgbiltil bodily trctdom $5.00 No. 552. is much like No 5?5*, but de? signed foi lull bfure?. $5.00 No. 551. siso for full Atures, bat with? out elastic front gores. $5.00 All haxe low bust. All have extra-Ion?! skirt, with famous Nemo Lasticurxe-Back. ONLY A MONTH OLD BUT ALREADY OUTSELLING ALL OTHER CORSETS AT $5.00 INVESTIGATE! ?Sold Everywhere ??? 14 t?) Tk? Ntras H*ti*aic-Faiki?a la.t-tstt. H. T.