WOMEN TO PRESS POLITICAL FIGHT
Republican and Democratic Organi-
zations Prepare to Renew Their Efforts.
There was a marked difference in the
atmosphere pervading the women's demo-
cratic and the women's republican head-
quarters yesterday. The democratic women
were at their desks early, and stayed
late. And they wore a cheerful smile.
At the headquarters of the National
Women's Campaign Committee of the Re-
publican National Committee, at No. 511
Fifth avenue, it looked as if nearly every-
body had moved out. Few were at their
desks, and those who were there left early.
Their expressions were as dreary as the
deserted rooms, which a few days ago were
seething with enthusiasm and excitement.
The democratic women have called a
meeting thus afternoon at five o'clock at
house of Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, No.
20 West Seventy-second street, to form a
permanent organization. Mrs. Mary Ware Dennett,
the executive secretary of the
Women's Bureau of the Democratic National Committee, which has-contributed a great
deal to the campaign, said a state-
ment would be given out then announcing the
progress made by the bureau and that
the organization would be definitely formed
to work for democratic principles and
Mrs. Dennett had this to say about the election:_
'President Wilson has put the Wall
street lobby out of business, a feat that
no other President of the United States
has accomplished. The officers and mem-
bers of our bureau are entirely satisfied
to-day that election returns give adequate
proof of justification for their policy,
adopted early in the campaign—'get the
facts to the voters; their common sense
will do the rest.' "
Refusing to admit, that they are worsted,
the republican Women also are preparing
to renew their efforts politically. Miss
Helen Varick Boswell, director of the National Women's Campaign Committee,
said, in regard to the probable election of
"Republican women are disappointed
but not dismayed at the result of the elec-
tion. Seeing the need for education in
principles of the republican party in the
home, in the State and in the nation,
National Women's Republican Associa-
tion will make greater effort than in the
past to be the educational medium of
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