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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 ready whan the collect i-a Is this siv s time One every oon an hour A ess on your part will 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 timore Hospital Cheered by en When He Appears to AMOUNT ing Or ps Pers al a the night to ana r gages on ieal estate RATES Office day and evenings to 8.00 WERT LOAN CO HAN S Office phone Jan The woman suffrage constitutional amendment The victors hnd not a single vote to spare Two-thirds of votes the V1 makes 273 But the an ruled that the tally clerks could nor a man into a third or any fraction Early passage by the senate is pre- East Main street over Shoe Store Carpet Cleaning Furniture P cfc n South Nearly Defeats Some Democrats voiced ter opposition to the president's action j s the day this antagonism I ily increased until it seemed for a time in the roll call that the i inent had heen defeated I Galleries crowded with women burst into salvo of applause such as the chamber has not heard in years I The loudest applause in the long donate was piven Representative Decker of Missouri After citing work and sacrifice in the war he Commander McLean VAX OHIO GERMANS HOSTILE TO WILSON SPEECH President's Peace Shock Officials at Berlin LABOR'S STAND IS SURPRISE SECRETARY BAKER DEFENDS ACTION Makes Detailed Statement to Senate Committee ARMY IS IN TWO CENTS VOTE ON SUFFRAGE Washington Jan The vote oai suffrage amendment resolution s DEMOCRATS S following so closely on terms Representative in charge V Premier George Socialist Member of Reichstag Opposed to Program Outlined by Premier Terms Are Criticized Washington Jan son's speech setting forth the war aims of the United States has ed a hostile reception in official circles at Berlin according to information reaching diplomatic circles here The principles enunciated by the American executive as a shock SWEDEN TO ACT For Suffrage Alexander Ayers Berkley Barn hart Blanton Booher Borland Brodbeck Brumbaugh Caldwell Campbell FRANCE Carter Connally Democracy Has Neither Eagan Evans Ferris Fisher Foster Gallagher the resolution declared ment 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 s s ing parties Furniture R and H J 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 2nd H islOCk t ffi H R d M O PHYSICIAN AND i- V North M I'M HUH it -i i i C S Al r n i n 111 e IM i ci iii I'll tell you why women should be given n hand they have more courage grit more sheer determined bravery than men The world knows it Mann Leaves Hospital to Vote James n Mann of Chicago n loader nnd Thorns W chairman of the interstate commerce committee were cheered the deciding votes Mr Mann had been ill a in Baltimore and Mr Sims Democrat fell on the ice fwi injured Both left their beds to vote Without would have been lost Mrs Louise ls president of the local suffrage organization Triumph for Miss Rankin It was a day of triumph for Miss Rankin of Montana She was acting floor leader for Jhe Re- publicans favoring he and as such decided debate and d tlie time to be allowed to speaker On her desk was a bank of flowers When she voted aye galleries and floor rang With applause The debate furnished a spectacular scene Tile house was in a happy mood and heard the arguments with applause nnd laughter It was a field for tlie suffragists and buoyant with the expectation of they made tho of the occasion Speaker Clark announced he would not vote from the chair unless there a tie in which he would ti the name was Blundered Nor He Says But Has Organized its Full Power Gandy Washington now j Hatnll Hayden in ITU nee an army of i Henaley Hal size ready for active service Johnson Ky Jones Kaker told the senate war in- Jones v estimating committee Arms of the most modern and tive kind he declares have been vided for every soldier in France and are available for every lighting man who can he sent to Prance in 1918 An army of nearly men en- GERMANY WANTS COUNTRY Trt ls now in field i C B Smith T F Smith WANTS COUNTRY TO or in training Ilt home and abroad Sterling Sullivan h Taylor Photo by Major Thomas H Barry rn Clex Keating Kelly Kettuer bee Lunn Keown Maher Mays Neely Raker Rubey Sabath Scully gears Shallenberger Sherwood Shouse Sims C R Smith T F Smith APPROACH ENTENTE Separate Peace Agreement Between Russia and Bulgaria Reported to Have Been Signed BLAMES CAR SHORTAGE OFFICIAL OF MINE WORKERS EX- PLAINS COAL FAMINE Declares Mere Tons Could Have Been Produced if Cars Had Been Furnished Washington Jan car age problem is well in hand A H to Smith president of the New York Con- not given but who was said to he a member of the was quoted dispatch We would never consent to such a one-sided arrangement us is proposed in the George program Criticize British Terms newspapers to the British premier's peace terms The semiofficial Cologne Gazette h by the Post to have Jan German reported i got Into touch wnh the Swedish legation here and to expressed the desire that Sweden act ns a go-between Great Britain France and Italy Berne Jan agreement has been signed by Russia and the Bund reports A Bulgarian correspondent of the Bund Premier read with pence was quoted ns that if the terms the following dispatch from accepted they would strangle in Germany for nn Indefinite period and menn world domination for England A Copenhagen report that the between anil ami economic re- and Bulgaria tral u to Hallway Director Adoo reported when he conferred merman envoys to the resumed recognises conference a dele to up com resulted peace fs Thus the director It will be entirely from leans on part of the Gorman ed nn The subsistence of the array he sorted has been above criticism while its initial clothing supply rily inadequate now substantially complete War Department's Achievements In summing up the war tlie secretary gave the its chief 1 A large army is in the field and m training so large that further in- to it can he adequately equipped trained as rapidly as those already in training can be trans- ported Tlie army has been enlisted and selected without serious dislocation of tlie industries of the country rip 1 following as ments Thompson Till man Vandyke Walton W caver Welling WinBo Suffrage Black Blackmon Brand t Clark Claypool Coady jollier Crisp Dent Dewalt Dies Doremus Dupre Kagle Estopinal Flood Oard Garrett Glass Godwin Gordon d A 1 ii Houston Howard Hull arsen Lazaro Lee CaJ f r rilles and small arms a IC Th ed up Smith stated in a few weather conditions are favorable Indianapolis Ind Jan 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 Workers of America made public Sir Lewis formerly was of ilie organization lie io all locals in the union a qin ing the number of idle due to cnr shortages Many of the locals did not have the required information For reason exact figures tor all coal fields are not available Concerning the central competitive field the ment of a of em'irnced in unions 53 ted loss of time due to the of of a of Sufi te locals with government iki regime of at I'etrograd would he influenced the friendly 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 The Rund says Bulgaria has ed a minister to nnd a con- sul general to be at Odessa and has ordered the resumption of navigation to Odessa Petrograd Jan Seneral tual mil the dines and I Hit off the Cossack official news agency an- defeated General Dutoff is in pursued ho red guard aKo is in in r tlm here if fuel coal coke oil etc tries Was lulled by fuel to the ors tif boxboard board er kinds of board made or rags Tho regulation bind Mull be tires from seven oV lock th every soldier who can to France In the year 1918 A army is already in both men and cers have been additionally and trained are ready for tive service Independent lines of tion and supply and vast storage and other facilities are in process of con- struct ion in France freat program for tho of equipment and for the production of new instruments of war have been formulated Welcomes All Suggestions f continued ve before mil tee expressions of doubt and disapproval My military associates und T For Anthony Austin th FOSTNAUGHT ATTORN AT t come Main DR L P JACKSON PHYSICIAN AND 2415 Some People See Too W II local 44 will a iv of time Yomi Miss oar shortage the of Si I Oils through crowded leries were suffragists of both tin lor nation I lei ins and in on Saturday t to seven k in Hie morning ol follow Ing Monday This of i off lier i period f f of ami the si-n result of a of N tor the HEALTH OF ARMY IMPROVES from all parts of the in local country locals with a membership of time mentioned will in A of to s the work committee lone nnd value suggestions from the its individual members and other patriotic citizen which us to carry on work more and more rapidly me two exceedingly figures llf the department consisted of and the of now comprise 1.004 o Dicers There was no 3 tcn Burrougha Butler Campbell Kan Connon Carter handier N Chandler nark O Copper Dale I n billon iott li R L Fairchild country were in force Sunday Opens Session j age the of tons The fif was by Mr Lewis by the a i trios probably rh in all ho later Tt to save i Surgeon General Says Conditions Camps Show Improvement for Week Ending January 4 In could suddenly the highly of these tv divisions ISy lie interests all the nation is now and to Its task with MILmi of spirit nnd confidence in t- More been done than to The session was opened with time and dining the in ainn and by Sunday who invoked I to the n b M u i There are two -s who sew well Th pets Hi lno fur the the president the cabinet near person who an read fhe and American soldiers He j MCW DI too to the world GERMAN PLOT FOILED j PRAISE MORALS OF U S ARMY 11 That time and there errors of Judgment delays goes in 1 the week end in I of fieM i tatlon to Burgeon j of men mid pneumonia What of an or Intercept Comma Protestant and Catholic Chaplains impv There n ll Foster of and Evidence on Ar- With Force Commend I There were but v ion denounced tho ns a meet opened the fight by offering the rested Alien Enemies Washington Jan in- j Commend Habits of Men th Army in the errors are comm n we them day They in fixed oven the small child general debate fers from them we I ii and here communications I of both f in army have no difficulty as a rule in to declared Representative found on a score or more of ar- faiths have just these lasher Illinois and the only government agents have lie government In which It 167 an In- 01 tne only n Rents nave io In which It lAM make providing er- with n to ls morals of the a I IS SUNK tor no matter to what extent it may be present HIMES we are going nnd Powers of Kentucky also favored the amendment Miss Rankin Speaks Miss nankin We are facing a question of solution a question forced now by international circum- greit woman who to do about it nnd mon of tho American expeditionary of in this country The force aro Steamship Hi movement was broken up nnd enemy now are to be con- i fined to sporadic cases on BRITISH WOMEN WIN VICTORY ly by out guidance from a central to Exclude Sex From i Are IM Virginia Senate Dry Va in history has asked the government prohibition amendment was ratl to permit women to serve more fcy Virginia senate by a vote national welfare Today as of 30 to 8 A resolution to submit to WM aattoa its KX Beaten in the House of Lords London Tnn Lord amendment to the the bJH by of It was sought to exclude women tbe la the of by lazzo Destroyed by man Submarine in Mediterranean Lives Reported Lost steamship 11 gross register sunU in by a in to The nre of the splendid which they have been able to the man power and the power of the nation In a great Our army in under and our allies are tled to thf benefit from the depression of the monile of their enemies must come when the realize that the American has neither blundered nor The to CO in I JIG and entirely for freight traffic The was 402 feet long a beam 35 feet hesitated Claims Speed Record No army of similar in the of the world has been raised or trained ao quickly No such provision has ever been made for the comfort health and general of an army the war with Spain tlm of the United States at Its mum aggregated 272.000 men nnd officers The army now la the field in training therefore as great as the number under iu the war Tbe total already la military service u and a half aa large as r Farr Francis Frear French Fuller Graham Orient Hadley Hamilton Hamilton X Hi ks I lusted Tyul Kelley Kennedy Kennedy U Kiess King K nil son Kraus La Lenrott McFadden McKinley McLaughlin Miller Molt Nelson Nichols Nolan Norton N Powers sejer Miss Reavls Rogers Kowe Rowland Sanders ford Scott SeIN Sinnott Slonn Smith Smith Strong Temple Templeton ner Treadway Waldow Ward 1 White Wood N Zihlman Total Against Suffrage Cooper W Focht Gould Gray N Greene Greene Henton Hull Kearns Mclaughlin Meeker Moore Sandorx N ford Switser Tllson Tinkham Walsh Total 38 Ot those not belonging to either of tbe main the vote N i Randall Aye Iowa In France Washington Jan M f Won Dm
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