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Van Wert Daily Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Van Wert, Ohio ESTABLISHED A. D. 1873. Request to Patrons, SUFFRAGE PASSED BY THE HOUSE; VOTE, 274 TO 136 Kindly have >our ready whan the collect >r i-a Is, this siv s time. One minu'e every CQstomer oon an hour. A li'tle ess on your part will uvtrcume this m- a The Empire Laundry. 232 Jackaon Street 'Phone 1061, MONEY Constitutional Amendment Wins by Bare Majority. SENATE TO ACT NEXT MONTH Rep. Mann, Supposed to Be III in Bal- timore Hospital, Cheered by en When He Appears to AWY AMOUNT, ing Or ps, Pers ...al sWuHt Vlon'v 'a firsl lias'-ed the night, to ana sccjud tu< r gages on ieal estate. LOWCaT RATES. Office ope.n ever.v day and evenings to 8.00. WERT GUJNTY LOAN CO, HAN S. Office phohn, U42. Hotne phone, Jan. The woman suffrage constitutional amendment bill The victors hnd not a single vote to spare. Two-thirds of 41O votes (the V1' IIJes illul makes 273 1-3. But the parliamentari- an ruled that the tally clerks could "nor s-plit a man" into a third or any fraction. Early passage by the senate is pre- I07H East Main street, over Leeson's Shoe Store. Upholstering! Carpet Cleaning, Furniture P cfc n dicted. South Nearly Defeats Bill. Some Democrats voiced bit- ter opposition to the president's action. j, s the day this antagonism ste.'id- I ily increased until it seemed for a time in the roll call that the amend- i inent had heen defeated. I Galleries crowded with women burst into :i salvo of applause such as the chamber has not heard in years. I The loudest applause in the day- long donate was piven Representative Decker of Missouri. After citing wom- en's work and sacrifice in the war, he Commander Ririoy McLean. VAX WEttT, OHIO. S.VIUBDAY. JAXtTAttV GERMANS HOSTILE TO WILSON SPEECH President's Peace Demands! Shock Officials at Berlin. LABOR'S STAND IS SURPRISE SECRETARY BAKER DEFENDS ACTION Makes Detailed Statement to Senate Committee. ARMY IS IN PBICB TWO CENTS. _ VOTE ON SUFFRAGE Washington, Jan. The vote oai suffrage amendment resolution fol.1 s DEMOCRATS. OWS S following so closely on ihe terms Representative K.iker, in charge ''.V Premier Llujd George la.st Socialist Member of Reichstag Opposed to Program Outlined by Premier Terms Are Criticized. Washington. Jan. Wil- son's speech, setting forth the war aims of the United States, has receiv- ed a hostile reception in official circles at Berlin, according to information reaching diplomatic circles here. The principles enunciated by the American executive cnme as a shock SWEDEN TO ACT For Suffrage. Alexander. Ayers, Berkley, Barn. hart, Beshlln. Blanton Booher, Borland. Brodbeck, Brumbaugh, fcurno Caldwell. Campbell FRANCE Carter Connally "Amencan Democracy Has Neither Draiio, Eagan, Evans. Ferris. Fteldrel Fisher. Hyuii. Foster, Gallagher, Oftt- the resolution, declared ihe amend- ment '-ranks in importance with the Declaration of Independence." Representative Gordon of Ohio de- Saturday. Labor Furnishes Surprise. But this was not the only blow. Tho statement given out by Arthur Hender- saisa-ares s s ing parties. Furniture R -pairing and H. J. ROGGENKEMPLR, East Crawford Street ian nd a d y a) Morth Walnut street Van Wert, or Irop tnn a card. U r W. W. U Chiropractor. Offce 2nd Ploor. H islOCk. t ffi H. R. d. MOR3AM, M. O. PHYSICIAN AND --UIH.IION i- V North M I'M HUH 3OOO. it -i i 'ourt OfflCP i di'A C. S. MIAUK. ATTOItNr.Y Al' I.AW r n i II.Hitp 1'i.n'i n 111 e IM i ci iii "I'll tell you why women should be given n hand they have more courage. m6re grit, more sheer, determined bravery than men. The world knows it." Mann Leaves Hospital to Vote. James n. Mann of Chicago. Repub- lics! n loader, nnd Thorns W Sftns chairman of the interstate commerce committee, were cheered thev cns-t the deciding votes. Mr. Mann had been ill a hospitm in Baltimore and Mr. Sims. Democrat, fell on the ice fwi. fT.ijs a-ro injured Both left their beds to vote. Without thcui suit-raw would have been lost dauKhler, Mrs. Louise Brown- lovv. ls president of the local suffrage organization. Triumph for Miss Rankin. It was a day of triumph for Miss Jemu-tte Rankin of Montana. She was acting floor leader for Jhe Re- publicans favoring (he I'mcndnient, and as .such decided debate and Mgn onl" a" "IC Th ed up, Smith stated, in a" few it.i; weather conditions are favorable. Indianapolis, Ind.. Jan. esti- mate that at least more tons of coal than were produced in 1917 could have been taken out by the miners in the country is contained in a statement by John L. Lewis, vice president of the United Mini: Workers of America, made public. Sir. Lewis formerly was stutlstlcinu of ilie organization, lie icnt io all locals in the union a qin -.tioniu'iv ing the number of idle dajs due to cnr .shortages. Many of the locals did not have the required information. For lh.it reason exact figures tor all coal fields are not available. Concerning the central competitive field, the state- ment soys: of a mcmbrrs-hlp of em'irnced in loc.-il unions, 53 repoi ted, loss of time due to <-MI- the CfHiiv.'ilent of trxi.s. of a uicmherMiip of etntiruced [n Sufi locjil iinuitu, ;te locals, with nu-mbers, rcportc'l government tbaf fli- iki regime conwt'nt of at I'etrograd would he influenced the friendly nttitnd" nrlopted by dent Wilson toward Russia. INDUSTRY TO CUT DOWN COAL First Ruling of Administration on Sub- ject Hits Manufacturer of Pa per boards. Washington. .7. -in. The. fn-( Hc- The Rund says Bulgaria has appoint- ed a minister to I'otrograd nnd a con- sul general to be sintioned at Odessa and has ordered the resumption of navigation to Odessa. Petrograd. Jan. 11.- Seneral Knle- tual mil the dines and Cenernl I Hit off. the Cossack lenders-. official news agency an- defeated. General Dutoff is in rtight. pursued 'ho red guard. aKo is reiieating. '.in. 11.-The 'P'tatmn in ha- nn- r, tlm pea.-e n l. Mull be Ja< tires from seven oV lock th every soldier who can to France In the year 1918. A Mihslantlnl army is already in both men and offi- cers have been additionally and spe- trained are ready for ac- tive service. Independent lines of communica- tion and supply and vast storage and other facilities are in process of con- struct ion in France. (freat program for tho monu- fiictui-o of ndditionul equipment and for the production of new instruments of war have been formulated." Welcomes All Suggestions. "f tntik'- this- continued sfci-ft.-n-y, -fully thnt ve pioducrd before llii.s coin- mil tee expressions of doubt, differ-
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