Today in Herstory: Suffragists March Once More – Into the Senate

March 6, 1913: Eyewitness accounts of the suffrage parade and pageant three days ago were such a scathing indictment of police inefficiency, indifference and hostility that Senator Wesley Jones, Republican of Washington, who is in charge of the hearings, indicated that no more testimony on the events of the day is needed. The job of the subcommittee will now be to fix responsibility for the disgraceful performance of the police.