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fifteen ttxms&Dd woipei) to web for HJ2r WES DOSE M TTKIS THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1912. Willi the slogan "Vote for Women," 13,003 skirt wearing lamtsilgner fur the ballot will march up Firth avenue t,..i at inlay afternoon in the greatest s..PriV5e pai title yet held in America, Wuilo Now York women will form the 11 a. iiiiv of tlio marchers, there will also I., delegations representing the suffrage iri;aii),'aUiH of a down States, from Nebraska to Virginia, who will march v.t'i tln-ir Gotham sisters for the greater cioiy of tli" cause , I'll" patade will start from Washington 'lain at .'i o'clock r.ntl march up Fifth w cnue to llic Plaza, whence it will pro- ,vrl west through Fifty-ninth street n-id south on Seventh avenue to Carnegie Hull, iheie a mass meeting open only t matchers anil box holders will lie held of I'otir-p there will not be room for t...ir!v all the marchors inside the hall, a number of overflow meetings will l.e li"l'l mi street corners In tho vicinity under th general direction of Miss Eliza l. tli Cook, who has organised a speakers' h-igade Thi- brigade will lo one of the smallest of the many divisions of the lar.ide. but in picturesqueness and Im t ort.ince it will be second to none. Each speaker will rarry her own platform hii a, tractive little cubical affair, painted i. l'ii;;hl golf green and furnished with r. neat, leather handle, so that it may be Handled as easily as a suit case. The piatfuims were once mere ordinary soap liut'i, but no one would ever suspect It. There won't be a single man in this I ji.ih of picked orators, neitiier will any man have a:i opportunity to lift up his nicv on Miatf of tho cause on the Car iioci" Hall platform. Mrs. Arthur Town .end, treasurer of the Women's Political t'nioti, was thoroughly indignant when h reporter n-ked her the other day what prominent politicians had accepted in vitations to speak. 'Accepted invitations," sho repeated. "None of them received any. Haven't we enough fine speakers in our own ranks fo that we can get along without men on an occasion of this kind? Tho Rev. Anna Shaw will deliver tho principal address, and we hope that Jane Addums will be able to ssak for us, but we don t want to lwtcii To any men, unless of course P.-esidcn'. Tft or some one of similar import.m- I'hould wish to be heard." Mr. Ha-riot Stanton Blatch. president ef the union and the master spirit of the tritiro demonstration, will preside at the meeting, which will last an hour. It is Hippo'td that the marchers, many of whom ar"i not in the habit of walking any great distance, will be too tired and hun nf even the most thrilling eort of oratory 1 pfnrn dinner. lint the meeting will make up Ij pec ta ular effects for what it lacks in .ngth. More banneis will bo hung on the walls and draped over the railings of balconies 'lian have over before been assembled ai one time under the roof of Carnegie Hull All the colors of the rainbow will l r represented in the flags and pennants as imrnxm- m mm -eh-wm m.rv m Hi WRs. . m mm : ' WJ LV; v i HH orre &o)Rdwomeh& political umsoivko ;'ll mzch 1 N . " JstSta ndapq Beaks rs. behind EQUEST?jEUNKojrAD jn&a av7 d e. j - ' Wt--- H 1 - i 1 - - i V 4 . S " II fttGMv'tt VtAsy . the onfl especially trimmed for Mrs. flrannan in the union green or Mrs. Town send'?, which is adorned with a smartly knotted purple chiffon scarf. The ushers will bring up the rear of the first division of the parade. The second, composed of senatorial groups of tho I Women's Political Union, general sympa thizers, professors, instructors, public school teaehers end students, will fall in from tho east and west sides of Urn' avenue at Washington Square North. Thi division will be led by Miss Alhc rta Hill, once actively connected with the work of the union, and now the ofltce manager of the Woodrovr Wilson cam paign committee, who led the parado last yoar with Miss Inez Mllholland. b'evcral out of town correspondents, who saw Miss Hill for the first time on this occa sion, led their i-torles with this clause: "If all the suffragists looked like this " No one knows just how many members of senatorial groups and general sym pathirers will turn out, but the Women's Political Union nlone had on file three weeks ago more pledges from more women than marched in last year's parade from all the suffrage organisations, and pledges are coming in constantly at the rate of fifty a day. The marshal for the teachers, who will number about too, will be Miss Umily O'Keefo. Professions Rtprtscnttd. Mrs. Fr.-nnpn Hicf-Inann fnlmt Trill cry to listen to morn than sixty minutes , ,ead thp thircl division, whiej, will come of the avenue, in at Ninth street, east and in which will march women doctors, headed by Miss Maudo Glasgow: lawyers, led by Mits Bertha Rembuugh: actresse, led by Mrs. Thomas louden; librarians, led by Mis Beatrice fc'ehumm; crafts men, led by Mrs. Polllon; writers, led by Miss J'aroh Splint: artists, led by Mrs. Henry R. Puller; muslelens, led by Mrs. A. I-cnahe. and social worliers, Ird by MNs carried by the dincreni sunrage organixa-, jeFSj9 cassard. It iseitimmed thet ilmre ti in. I he green, whtte and purple or the win be ftbout m marchers in Mils division. Women's Political Union, made famous Th(( fourth ,ivilon. which will turn 'r the Lngllsri surrragettei). win cover tno in frcm tj1(, WP,t side of the aifnuc. wi v.i'l space tjacK or tne piaworm, nut me be led by Miss Kthel Pevfcr, It will include yeiw of the Woman Suffrage party wl aboul oi000 inUustrlai workers. There nlo occupy a prominent place, as will ' bo Hp,cial delegations from organ- ;.ewlH. the bin" of tho Kqual Franchise ied groufis of millinery workers, laundry l.-MStie. the red of the Political Equality woriten,i hirtwaist makers, dressmakers' .elation and the mauve and pale green a(,BiHtantl waitresses, domestic workers rf 'he College. League. and neckwear makers. Each of these sub- Equcslritnnts to Lead. dlvlfions will carry its own banner do ti.. ,,rnwinn will he 11 I.t a sound of 1Kned ,or. the P.rad9 a,,d Practically all of the workers will wear the official parade costume. The fifth division, marshalled by Miss A. C. Reilly, whU?h will turn in from tho east on Tenth street, will consist of busi- deslgners. cashiers, bookkeepers, clerk, I mii" in bis black letter will also bo ! !ie1"0E1?f)h1er9 trieyraph operator.. Among'the riders will be Miss Inez .8 division will number about 1.000. a hundred equestriennes headed by Misa cne 'linker. The riders will wear regu lation habits, but a coquettish little tailor i lack straw with a rolled brim and a . .riventiyiial derby. A sword sash In the ' nM" women' including managers, buyers, '' -i'o colors bearing tho legend "Votes for m- M h lUnd. Miss Mabel I.ee. a Chinese ie nograpners w,,, u0 icu or ss W' st idving at Harnurd College; Miss Httie Loeber and the secretaries by Pi'h Wellington and Mrs. Beatrice f?ra"' . . . ... ..... I oe-Kobeitson. lhe ",h t,lB,"' wh,ch Joia tlle I lie thousands who will walk behind procession at Tenth street on the west, r... ndeis will be led by MUs Eleanor wil bo m some resp-icts the most inter K.nmian. granddaughter of Charles A, i estlng of all, for It will include voters from Ihna. and Mm Carolino Lexow, who will sufTrage States, office holders, a dele tike turns in carrying tiie huge purple cation from ScandlnaWa, and another g er-n ariti white banner of the Women's I from Chinatown. Mrs. Eoo I.lnn, who l-.iin. al Union. The flag bearers will will lead the Chinese women, will carry -.ir white serge suits and the specially a banner bearing tho caption "We come 'Aliened parade hats of lough white 1 from a country where women havo the i n.v mu r.owV will u nmnnwntml vote," Mis Mabel Lee. who is a student CAROLINE LZXOW, WHO tVLt D7V1SJON 'or PARADZ. SUFttA GSTS AZVERTSM6 THE 77tAS SKTHiiVWO. "'i a purple band, and Miss Brannan'a wi"i a gieen one, Nest in line will be ti ee-utive board of tho union. Mrs. Harriot Stanton Blatch, who Is a graduate "f Vns-ar, will wear a cap and gonn with a hood ot pink and gray, und Miss Alice I'"ikii!s, who went lo Barnard, will wear a Inehelor's cap and gown, Mrs, John Winters Brntinau, daughter of Charles A l'ana, Mrs. Arthur Townsend, Mrs 'In Rogers and Miss Elizabeth Cook wth "fjr white suits and the parade hata at Barnard College, will be one of the rider In the first division. The Swedi'h delegation wilt be led by Mrs. Velma Swanston Howard, tho trans ' lator of Selma LagerlofC's works. The Swedish flag will be carried, and the wom en will wear the national costume, The 1 Norwegian women will be led by Mrs. I Gertrude, I.ochen Drewson. But the ! special feature of this division will bo a flower wreathed victoria in which . will ride the Rev. Antoinette Brown H'lund the executive board will march Blaokwell, the only surviving pioneer ' rf 'he prettiest girls of the union, who of 184S, ana Harriot atanton Biatoji, Jr i a-e )(.in selected for Carnegie Hall . Maille Cooley.ar.d there will be a delega tion of clerks from the civil service de partments. The seventh division, to be marshalled by Miss Harriet Park, will be led by members of the executive beard of the national association, headed by the Rev Anna Shaw, who will come back from Ohio, where "he is helping in the cam paign for tho sudrage amendment, es pecially to march in the parade. Miss Lucy Anthony, n nleco of Kusan It. , Anthony, will walk Just behind Miss .Shaw, currying tho fix star Susan II, Anthony Hag which she carried as n five Mar Mag i" last year's procession. Other State Delegates. I Iirge delegations fioni Connecticut, Kansas, Mai viand, Massachusetts, Ne- , bras'.ta, New -leibcy, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, VirRlnia. Washington, the District of Columbia and other States will follow. Tho Virginia delegation will be led by Miss Mary Johnston, the novelist, mid the Massachusetts by Mrs. Winston Churchill 'iHien They will be led by Miss Jose I'hitie Heiderhase, assistant director of ai.iutrs for girls In the publlo schools, r-i has been appointed grand marshal i ' thy pauule. The ushers will wear cos tumes similar to those worn by the execu tive boaid Mrs Blatch was very anxious that every wi" In line should wear a white suit or fl"1" and the regulation parade hat tiie .MtLi uni, t,t, colors of the particular '''vihu.it ion to whioh she belonged. var'v ,-iH tin, members of her union 1 Mimifird their intention of carrying i' l.er i-iie in this matter. Mombera 'f the other suffrage societies whioh will '" 'epiesi.jjiod havo promised to wear ' " w luti. milt, but many of them have not ' i'" k'lHlly to the hat. which they ''iiaiteiiv an unbecoming and far from H'tuies'iue, t is only fair, howsw, to ""tuioii that these entice had not 'Ihn New York Slate Woman Sufi' race the two-year-old great-granddaughter Association, led by its president, Miss of Elizabeth C'ady Stanton. Mrs. Dlaok- j Harriet May Mill; the Equal Franchise well, who Is now ninety-four years old, Society, headed by Mrs. Penrco Ilalley. was prominent not only in the early suf-1 aIt 0,.n suffrage clubs will constitute frage work In this State but also la the the eighth division, which will turn in first serious movement among women to ' ut Eleventh street from tho west. Miss obtain educational opportunities. She I Milla said that she Imagined her organia ls a graduate of Oberlin College, and was j t0n would havnabnut 500 marchers in line, the first woman who was ordained to the ad sho explained that they would not n JMbtry in mis country will join the procession nt Thirteenth street fiom the cast side of tho avenue, Probably no division v ill receive a larger share of attention or applause from the crowds who watch the parade go by, although its marchers will not exceeil r.iKi, and will rcprcicnt but one organization- tho Men's league for Woman Suffrage. Tho league has net yet given out tho names of those who will testify their loyalty to tho cause by carrying a "voles for women" banner up Fifth avenue In broad daylight, but it is hoped that George Foster Peabotly, Max East man, Edward T. Devine, Hamilton H, Holt, Frederick Nathan. James Iees Uiidlasv, Profs. John Dewey and Charles Heard of Columbia ami a delegation fiom the branch league of Columbia I'niveisity will be brave enough to show tholr colors, The men havo not adopted any official costume. I hoy may decido to wear con ventional afternoon dress, including top hats or they may march in business suits It is probable that most of them will ball; nt a votes for women swoid sash, but every ono will wear a suffrage button of Borne sort, who epect to havo about S.ono marchers; tho College League, the Wage Earners League and tho Women's Trade Union League. Mrs. Penfleld as city chairman will head the Woman Suffrag party, mid with her will march Mrs. James Lees Laid law, Miss Mary Garrett Hay, Mrs. Martha Sufi ren, Miss Edith Whltmore and other members of the central committee. Mrs. Robert Elder, chairman of the Borough of Urooklyn, has decided to march under the banner or the State association as leader of the Kings county association, of which she is president 'ELIZABETH COOK parade, have devised several ingenious schemes of advertising which have brought, them In hundreds of 'inarching fledges fiom persons not connected with any suffrage organisation. Two weeks no twenty-four sheet po-tcrs in tho union colors showing un idealized suTraceito blowing a tnlmpet and in- villm m.rrnnn to mnreli. r.ihi nr hhlni' on May were put up on leiices all over ' "P wt"'k ri,' H" VliTU Madison the city mid were also displayed in the , Squire and Hryant Park, with two BUffra Universitv Settlement, the College Settle- , ' ,'"I-K" of wh. I heir properties mcnt In Rivington Street, Washington , were one stool, on which they took turns is.-ii, itii. ssh,,i Mm nun,! sielmnl in sitting: one green, white and purple Cooncr Union, the Charily Organization I banner, a big package of parade 'dodgem cal Union." Each git I carried a canvas bag containing a thousand dodgers, and not one of these was thrown away by recipient Recruiting stations were set The inemher of tills rllvi-dnn will wear vnllnw "voteH fp nnmiin' nwnrd wisIiph 8iiiiv i.,i I., ivpui .ii'lies ,.iMenient i and an enrolment book in which they and buttons and their banners will all I houses and schools. entered the names or mieh paaaersby as be yellow The representative of the 1 i, ... they could persuade to pledge themselvw College League, led by Mrs. Charles laltyho Adeerttsing. to swell the ranks of the parade. Tiffany, will wear caps und gowns and I Many of the smaller shops, both up Meanwhile an extra force of twelve carry ' fiacs and pennants emblazoned ' town and In the crowded shopping dis- stenographers and addressers are at work with the name of their organization 1 ti ids willingly agreed to give window in the union headquarters nil a rreen imrl inmti-e. CM' niiml. ThHViifnltinrii to tin. iioslep fr.r a few days nt I TWelity-lllnth street Earneru Leoguo will furnish about l,.iuu least. Many more will be put up marchers, who will carry banners iudica-1 week. Miss Elizabeth Cools organized tlve of their several trades. They will a tallyho party which drove un Fifth bo led by Miss Elizabeth Freeman, who avenue and down Rroadway on Satur was prominent in the English campaign day, April 13, distributing purple and two years ago and who has been arrested ' green doduors which announced to the The Tenth division won't walk at nil initio times for assaulting London polico-1 passersby that It was up to them to se lf will be a little auto parade of New men. Tho Women's Trade Union League, cum political freedom for the women of Haiupt-hiie women, who have driven led by its president, Miss Mary Drier, this generation. The women were treated iilllhewnyfroml.'oncordintl'.eirowncat's.'wlll furnish 150 marchers. Among those. I with tho utmost courtesy by the crowds about twenty of which will be in line, It who will march in thi delegation ore who stopped to look at them and almost As for her small companion, who Is the daughter of Mrs. Nora Blatch do Forrest, she was dedicated in her cradle Stoto at the last moment they would have nn lime, tn I my them. There will bn n totheoauseof the emancipation of women, Idolegatlon of ubnut a hundred from the and up 10 me presenv nine iibb given no indication ot swerving in ner allegiance, was stipulated at fln.t Unit no cars or Mis Helen Marot, MUs Leonora O'Reilly vehicles of any kind were to be allowed! and Rose Sthneiderinan in the parade nxient such us weio needed! The twelfth and laal division, headed nti.nint to wear tho parado hats because ' for persons who were too feeble to walk. I bv Mrs, Oliver H. P, Relmont. president I made efforts to grab dodgers ns they were un mnnv of them would nrrlvo from un I but when Mrs, Watch was told that the ' of the Political Equality Association. 1 whirled past the flow moving coach every one to whom u tlodger was offered accepted it with overy npponranco of interest. Many .persons in automobiles although she has an English nurse who is a strong "ami and snins contemptu ously every time her mother or her grand mother Insists upon her weiring a tri color sab. The voters," who will also march In this division, will be led by Mrs. Florence Equal Franchise league. Mrs. Clarence their skill in the procession they would Mackav. Its founder and first president. ! come on by train sho relented and said New Hampshiie women would he their1 will turn In at Twenty-seventh street. own chauffeurs for tlio long drivo from i Several hundred of Mrs. Belmont's fob Concord and that if they couldn't show i lowers have promised to march with her, anil behind them will walk clerks from the has decided not to match, but It Is prob utile that Mis, Jessica Finch, who suc ceeded her in tho office from which she resigned because of lack of lime to attend to Its duties, will be in the ranks. that they might rank ns an ncciiation group. The autos will fall In from the West Side Just behind the men's leaguro. The eleventh division, which will come in from the northeast side of Union Arthur Ievy will have the task of 1 Square, will be the largest in the parade. marshalling the Ninth division, which I U will Include the Woman Suffrage party, and in several Instances conductors of omnibuses took enough to distribute among the passengers. Elizabeth Cook, Inez Mllholland, Alberta at H3 East addressing and this mailing invitations to march, and a Hue i miMilier nt volunteer workers are (loins the same sort of work in another room. All the pledges that come in are arranged in packets according to the oooupatione of tho signers, and to every marcher la sent a postcard bearing speciflo dlreotloaa concerning the section to whioh she be longs, tho pluce where she is to fall In and a fow useful hints In regard to dreta and other mattors. "Wear whito or light dress if posalblaa reads, "the small special hat designed fot tho parade and low heeled shoes, Keep your head erect, your shoulders back CiS your eyes in front. Po not talk or laugh. Obey your marshal. Remember you are marching for a principle." The shcialist women of Now York will not march in tho parade, not, as Mrs. uptown department stores, Mrs. Belmont's banners will bo red with silver 'lettering, and tho department store girls will carry tne colors of the Women's Political Union. Tho governing board of the Women's Political Union, upon whom rests tho responsibility for the success of tho Hill and two other girls drowsed in white ' Anita block, their Ieador. explained, De inivrchetl up Fitlh avenim yesterday I wins" they bellovo in suffrage less, but afternoon carrying wlii'" parasols bear- because 1 hey believe in socialism mora, ing different legends In blight given paint. "All socialists are llrm beliovers in One of them bore lhe familiar "Votes for votes for women, she said, but In our Women," another "Parado Mav 4th." eyes the industrial problems working another "March with Ls," a fourth "Rain women are wrestling with are much mora or Shine," and the fifth, "Women's PoUti-, pressing than even woman suffrage. .