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Tliird> Vote in I'pper House of
Washington. March is?.?Woman
suffrage advocates today lost their
light in the Tnl ed Stales senate for a
resolution proposing a:i amendment
to the federal constitution giving women
the ballot. The vote was 35 for
the measure to 34 against it, a twothirds
affirmative vote being required
for passage, and when 1t was over suffragist
leaders jubilantly pointed to
the majority of one as conclusive
proof that iheir cause -bad scored a
triumph in defea: and was immeasurably
stronger than its opponents ever
had been willing to concede.
Today's aciion, following weeks of
debate cn the floor of the senate, during
which many leaders in the suffrage
movement pleaded for postponement
of the final voe, marked the
climax of a spirited campaign launch
<ed here the day before the inauguration
of President Wilson.
Has ?vf Plan.
Immediately after the vote, Senator
Shafroth, of Colorado, sought, to introduce
a new resolution for a constitutional
amendment requiring each
State to vote on granting suffrage to
women, on petition from 5 per cent,
of its voters. The senate went into
executive session before the senator
could get the floor, however, and the
resolution will be offered late".
The resolution defeated today was
the first introduced in the present congress.
It Wc:s presented by Senator
Chamberlain, of Oregon, and the woman
suffrage committee later authorised
Senator Ashurs: to report i: fav- j
Though otherwise the vote virtually j
xvas non-partisan, the Southern sen- j
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aturs. all Democrats, lined up almost
sol: against the amendment. They
contended it would complicate the ne gro
question in the Sta*es. Of She
Southerners only Senators Ransd.ell,
c: Louisiana; Sheppard, o? Texas, and
Lea, of Tennessee, voted for the resolution.
To Repeal A mind meat.
Senator Vardaman led a movement
among the friends of woman suffrage
in the South to repeal the 15*Jh amendment
to the constitution by which the
States are prohibited from denying
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I negro question removed, he said, h
! | favored the granting of suffrage t<
j women. His proposal was defeated
: 49 to 10, and a proposition by Senato
1 Williams to give tC:e ballot to whit*
, women only was defea ed. 44 >;o :>1.
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t man resolution proposing repeal of th<
' loth amendm nt were: Bryan. Wil
: liams, Yardaman, Ransdell. Lea, o
: Tennessee; Lee, of Maryland; Shields
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Overman. Smith, of South Carolina;
Smith, cf Georgia; West. Tillman
Sheppard, Martin, Swanson, Myers
Gore and Reed.
Senators voting for the Ashurs
resolution, which would have required
a two-tniras vote to pass were:
Ashurst, Brady, Bristow, Burton,
Chamberlain, Clapp, Clark (Wyo.),
: Gallinger. Gron^a, Hollis, Hughes,
f .Jones, Kenyan, LaFollette, Lane, Lea.
, Myers, Xelson. Newlands, Xorris,
| Owen, Perkins, Poindexter, Ransdell,
: Shafroth, Sheppard, She-'man, Smoot,
' Sephenson, Sterling, Suber, Thomas,
j Thompson, Townsend, Works?3o.
i senators voting against tne amena|
Opponents of Measure.
Bankliead, Borah, Bradley, Brandegee,
Bryan, Catron, Dillingham, Dupont,
Gore, James, Johnson, Lee
(Md.), Lodge, MoCumber, McLean,
Martin, Martine, Oliver, Overman,
Page, Pittman, Pomerene, Reed,
i Shields, Smith (Ga.), Smith (Md.).
j Smitn (S. C.), Swanson, Thornton,
j Tillman, Va: daman, Weeks, West,
The vote was preceded by a three
hours' kaleidoscopic debate on the vavjous
phases of suffrage. Senator Martine,
of New Jersey, was tue only
member who said he was opposed to
woman suffrage on principle. He declared
the participation of women in
politics had failed to purify the ballot,
ar.d that it would be a sad and
sorry day for both women and men
when thev were sriven the ballot uni
versally. The speeches of suffrage
senators, he added, had excited in his
mind the wonder if they found objection
to the Savior for not choosing
"six of the apostles from among the
Senator Xewlands declared 'lie favored
making this a white man's country
so as to shut out the Japanese as
well as the negro. vut questioned the
propriety of doing that on a woman
Mrs. Medill McOrmick, chairman
of the congressional committee of the
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:> j association, issued a statement tonigh
1,! claiming the majority vo:e as a vier
| tory. "Fcr the firs: time in 30 years,'
a j she said, "the women of America
i demonstrated their impression upor
- | tar rnited States senate. It is a sigi:
of the times and it pio:ends that al!
- womanhood in this country will be
C emancipated wiiCiin this generation.'
A statement issued by iMiss Alice
: Paul, chairman of the Congressional
Union for Woman Suffrage, "regretted
? that the Democratic leaders in charge
of the suffrage amendment in the
" senate allowed that measure to be
I wrecked for the time being by forcing
it ".o a premature vo:e. miss ram
,' added that the union hoped that in the
, j two or three months remaining before
, the session closes, congress would re,
consider its action.
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Blissful ignorf nee.
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A brilliant repartee.
A spritely fancy.
An amusing mistake.
a snarp answer.
A capital charge.
A spirited reply.
A sporting chance.
A happy idea,
i A laughing-stock.
A social grossbeak.
A merry thought.
A storied urn.
An pnimated bust.
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