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TFIE BKB: (WA1IA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, IDi:?.
SENATE HAS BILL RECORD
Senator Hoagland Carries Off Palm
for Greatest Number.
MACFARLAND CLOSE SECOND
Hale of Madison Introduced 'St
ntlla WhnlPTrr, AVhllc Dnnitlfuf
County Hundred And
(Prom a Stuff Correspondent.)
1JNCOLN. Feb. 9.- (Special.) Four
hundred and fifty-tour Mils vrn th rec
ord of the senate at the 1MJ session.
This Is a greater number than 1ms ever
befoer been Introduced and Is evidence
that cutting down the time for Introdue
tlon of bills from forty to twenty days
has not furnished the key to the situa
tion of decreasing Mils on the senate cal
ender. Senator Hoagland of Lincoln county
carried of the palm for Introduction of
the most bills with forty-one. while. Mac
farland of Douglas ran his a close sec
ond with forty. Dodge, another Douglas
county senator, ran the number up to
thirty-seven, while Cordeal of lied Wit
low pushed over twenty-eight Hale of
Madison introduced no Mils. The list follows-
Bartllng. 18; Drooktey, 5. Dushee. 21,
Corde al. 3; Cox. !; Dodge, J7: Grace, 8;
Grossman. 1; Haarmann. B; llale. 0,
Heaaty, 1; Hoagland. (Lincoln). 41: Hum
mel. 10: Kemp. f: Klechel. U; Klein, ;
Kohl. 5; Krunterh, 7: Marcfarlnnd. 40;
Marshall, 14. Ollls. IT: Placek. 10: Rey
nolds, XI; Robertson. 4: Saunders. 22,
Bhumway. t; Smith. 11; Splrk, ; Talcott,
9 West, 7; Wink. 6; Wols, IX The spe
cial codification committee Introduced
seven bills and the Joint committee
The, bills are divided as follows as to
the subjects they cover and the commit
tees to which they were referred:
Agriculture, S; appropriations, 1; hanks
and currency. S: constitutional amend
ments, U; county and county boundaries,
9; deaf, dumb and blind Institutes, 1;
drainage. 4: edeucatlon, 11; fish and
game. ; highways, bridges and ferries,
IS; Internal Improvements. 1; Insane
hospitals, 1: Insurance, 20; Irrigation, 14;
Judiciary. 143; labor, C; Jive stock and
grazing. 9: manufacturing and commerce,
7; medical societies. 21; military affairs,
1, miscellaneous subjects, 30: miscel
laneous corporations, 10; municipal af
fairs. 27; privileges and elections, 12;
publlo charities, llil public lands and
buildings. 4; publlo printing, 1; railroads,
23; revenue, 21; retail and commerce, 7;
school lands and fund;. 1; soldiers
homes. 1; state prison. ", university and
normal schools, 6.
B1IU Jn the senate which affect Omaha,
and Douglas county and do not pertain
to any other section, number forty-one as
follows: Noa. IT. iX tS. 21, 22, S3, M, 47,
SJ, 64, 94. 1E2. lQ, 1M. ICS, 1M. 170, 176,
2TJ, S3), 221. 2JS, 2S7, 240, 244, SUv 2ffi, 377,
29, tSSt, 230, 290, 241, 272, 275, 32ft, SSO, 2D0,
232, 401 and 423.
Of the 454 bins In the senate. 127 were
Introduced by the Douglas county delega
tion and cover some of the moat Im
portant which wtll come up this session,
amonr them being Macfarland's employ
ers liability measure, Baunders Inspec
tion of nursery stock bill, Grossman's bill
to regulate Issuance of stock by corpor
ations. Dodge's measure for an election
commissioner for Douglas county, an
other to change the lection law, Haar
matin's public ownership of publlo serv
ice corporation In Omaha and several
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Feb. . To the
proposltlofi made by the' private light
ing company that the municipally owned
and operated electric lighting plant,
established six years ago, has been costly
and unsuccessful to the city and that It
should be sold .to the private, company,
or permit the private company to furnish
it current Grand Island, officially and
through public sentiment, has given an
emphatic negative answer. The proposi
tion was received and placed on file by
the council. At the same meeting the
light and water ctmmlttre unanimously
submitted a report favoring the purchase
of a COO Wllowatt turbine generator at
a cost estimated between $13,000 and
HS.C0O, which the commissioner claims
can be purchased out of the proceeds of
the plant and without a bond Issue and
tho council, likewise by unanimous vote,
adopted the report and Instructed the city
clerk to advertise for btds. Mr. B. B.
Sunny of Chicago, owner of the private
plant, has appeared before the Commer
cial club, frankly discussed with mem
bers and with representatives of the city,
the present situation and the economlo
-waste in a duplicate plant for this city,
reviewed the fact that he had once of
fered to sell, which offer the council
refused to place before the people, and
gave further reasons why he would tlge
to purchase, or, If this were Impossible,
to switch loads when the demand for
current was light on 6undays and In tho
hours. This la found impracticable, how
ever, because the city must necessarily
keep up steam at Its place for fire pro
tection. The councllmen decline even to
discuss the question of selling and Mr.
Sunny, upon visiting the city and mak
ing a canvas of the situation, has be
come convinced that the cttlsens would
not accept any of the alternative prpo
sttiona. That thsrs Is an economic tn
running the two plants, even though both
were operated with a profit, is gener
ally conceded, but It Is likewise as clear
that the only possible way to overcome
it is for the municipality to take over
the private company's electrical business.
The citizenship Is too positively con
vinced that the establishment of the
municipal plant has been of great sav
ing to them and they will not part with it.
IMPORTANT WORK IN
BURIED IN TRIFLES!
(Continued from Page One.)
wrath of the state descended after one
trial of It Governor Shallenberger signed
that bill and It proved his undoing.
No trader Appears.
So far no leader has developed In the
bouse and It Is running along without a
check, with no man standing out eott
splouously. Individually there are several
who stand out a little, but they are un
able to get anywhere, as was the case
with Ralph Clark: In another demooratte
legislature.- He had an education and
that fixed him. It may be these who
have the ability to lead are afraid to let
the fact be known In a democratic
crowd, lest they fall by the wayside as
did Clark, whose education waa his handi
cap Insofar as putting things over was
In the meantime Governor Morehead t
making sore heads out of a buneh of
democrats because he is, charged lth
going back on his campaign statements
or alleged statements that ha would na e
no bull mooser around. It Is his Inten
tion to reappoint Dr. Williams superta
tacdent at the Insane asylum at Lincoln,
ng and her rompan who u'
fVWh four weeks' engagement al tn
Botd theater trie afternoon reachej
Omaha Hatorday morning. and during the
day held a rehearsal of the piny at the
lioyd. Mis Iang ai a very bus, woniso
riming the afternoon, ami last night she
gave herself the pleasure of watching tht
performance of "The Concert ' at the
"It Is a real pleasure to see someone
elso art." she said, and went on ' You
know we folks have, so little chanco to
see one another al work Generally, wa
are all working at the same time and tue
very few chances 1 get to see a play
presented by a company other than my
own are always eagerly accepted, It Is
more of a treat to me than It Is to the
folks who can go as often as they l.k;
and who have the chance to rhjose what
plays they will see and what actors they
will watch. I have to take what I tan
get, and be glad of the chance."
Miss Iing Is very much elated over her
sucoess as a star no far, but she realties
that permanence means much more hard
work for her, and so she looks forward
to energetio endeavor. Of the part she
plays in "Making a Man of Him," thar
of Doris Joyce, she speaks with real
enthusiasm, for It Is the first part she
can call her very own, No ono can look
at her and say, "She's very good, Indeed,
but I saw Miss Bo-and-So do the role,"
for only Eva Lang has ever played Doris
Joyce. It was not such a very hard task
for her to create the role while In stock
work, for she had seldom If ever seen
one of the stars presenting the part she
had to play. It waa this thing of "crtat.
Ing" one role while she played another,
week after week through long seasons,
that has given her the grasp for quick
perception, for rapid analysis, and ready
understanding that is so much the equip
ment of the best of actors. And that 's
why she was so readily halted as a suc
cess when she went 'ton the rood."
Mr, Woodward Is still directing thf
stage for Miss Lang, and will give his
and Dr. Williams was mixed up wlt'a
the bull moosers, being an Aid rich ap
pointee. The fact that he did not ap
point Herman Gerecke stewurd at Nor
folk has caused more store spots. He
appointed Lon Gutzmar, who now holds
tho position. Mr. Gereke Is said to be a
faithful democrat who ha carried thi
water and sawed the wood for many.
many ycirs, and he represents the tJoT
man department of democracy, which a
quite a department these days. .
KEARNEY TO VOTE ON WATER
AND SALOON PROPOSITIONS
KEAItNHY, Neb.. Feb. I. -At a special
meeting of the city council held Friday
night, an ordlnanco calling for a special
election to vote on the question of grant
ing a new franchlse-to the Kearney Water
and Blectrlo Powers company was passed.
The ordinance, a lengthy document uf
6,000 words, entertains the granting of a
twenty-five year franchise and gives the
city the privilege of buying the plant
after ten years. The election is called
for March It, at which time the people
will also vote ou the question of granting
or not granting saloon licenses.
Fred Wallace, assistant superintendent
of the State Industrial school, will hold
over on the next administration, accord
ing to the newly appointed superintend
ent Clark, who has recommended Wallaci
r. J. Hwltx. for thirty-nine years a
leading furniture dealer of this city, n&s
sold his, business to C. B. Manual, for
merly superintendent of the State In
dustrial school, and Dr. John Denxler. a
local dentist. Mr. Swtts has been as
sociated closely with church and business
matters In Kearney for mere than half a
century. He retire wealthy and wtll
likely locate Id California.
HOAGLAND NOT CANDIDATE
TO DISPLACE KINKAID
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Feb. .-(8peclal.)-Senator
Walter V. Hoagland Is not a candidate
for Congressman Klnkald's place. The
senator says so himself. And he says
further that he never said the things
about Uncle Moses that some papers said
he said. Senator Hoagland said this for
publication In The Bee.
"I am not 'opposed to Congressman Kln-
katd and neither am I a candidate for
congress. Congressman Klnkald lias done
more for Ills district than has any con
gressman In Nebraska done for any other
district. I never said the things about
Mr. Kinkald that the papers have quoted
me as saying."
WIFE OF COUNCIL BLUFFS
MAN SUES FOR DIVORCE
UEATR1CK. Neb.. Feb. 9.-(Speclal.-
Mrs. Vesta Prophet of Ceuneit Bluffs. Ia.
a former Beatrice resident has begun
Milt far diverse against her husband, F.
N. Prophet, who left Council Bluffs last
fall. She charges extreme cruelty In her
Mr. Prophet was commercial agent here
for the Union Pacific for a number ef
years, and later loeated In Lincoln, where
he entered the employ of the Beatrtee
Creamery eompaay. A few years ago he
was appointed -manager of the company's
plant at Council Sluffs. They were mar
ried In Chicago en September M. ISC.
KEMP IN PRINCE ALBERT
AND A SHINY HIGH HAT
(Frsen a Piaff Correspondent I
LINCOLN. Pet). 9.-(SpoeMl )-Sritor
Kamtt. ir4dMt pre tern of the senate.
were a Matt silk hat and a Prince Albert j I rendered antiseptic by Bueklen's Ar- '
te the state house this morning and got i nlca Salve, the fceaHng -wonder for sores '
awav with It His escape la said to be burns, piles, eoaema and salt rlteure Sc
due to the fact that most of the legisla-1 For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise ,
tors had gone horns ever Duoday aducnl
g Back "Home"
flCENE FROM "MAKING A MAN OF
personal attention to the productions
made during the four weeks at the Boyd
It Is planned to follow "Making a Man
of Him" with "Green Blockings." and
this with two other modern comedies
Miss Lang will go Into Chicago on April
1 for a long engagement at one of tlM
he did not visit the house, where a few
of the representatives were taking a
morning nap us they poured over bills.
For Publicity Plan
to Advertise State
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. . (Special.) Secretary
Johns of the Nebraska Press association
Is sending out letters urging the passage
of H. It 43, which creates a Nebraska
public welfare commission and appro
priates 23,000 with which to advertise the
Some of the members are not very
favorably Impressed with this bureau of
publicity- and they believe better results
can be obtained by permitting those com
munities who receive the direct benefits
to pay the expense Instead of the entire
state bearing the burden.
In some states the secretaries of com
merclal clubs have a State association
which do the work which will be sup
posed to be done by this bill. This as
sociation Is financed by the towns or
cities whose commercial clubs are
affiliated with the state association.
In one southern state, which is getting
more free advertising that probably any
state in the union at this time has such
an association and the affiliating com
mercial clubs pay I12.G0 annually as a
fee to belong to the state association.
Large cities pay more. Each week the
secretary of the state association molls to
every paper In the state a statement of
the commercial and agricultural doing
and In addition plate matter Is sent to
Rthe country papers advertising the re
sources or me state, should a city or
town desire a factory of any dlseriptlon
the want Is made known to the Stato
association and this Is given publicity
through the different papers. When a
nonresident communicates with tho Stata
association the fact that he la seeking
a location, his name Is sent to every
affllated commercial club which of course
promptly gets busy.
PERU TO HAVE WATER
BOND ELECTION FEB. 24
PERU. Neb.. Feb. 9.-tSpeclal.)-At a
recent meeting of the town board of Peru
It was voted to submit a water works
proposition to the town on Fbruary ?4.
The estimate was made by Surveyor
Sturtevant of Hotdredge, and specifies
0,000 as the amount of bonds necessary
to cover the expense of an adequate sys
tem with a tower reservoir. The town
people seem, as a rule, enthusiastic over
BY "DOCTOR" HORNBY
(Ceatlrvued from Page One )
elevator. "Doctor" Hornby whistled to
the young man and ran down the corri
dor after him.
"Stop that man." he called to a tenant
of oae of the offices who was walking
down the aerridor. The young man was
"Doctor" Hornby wanted to know tr
the young man would xo out of
town to solicit saying he had a bunch
of "prospects' that mightbe Induced to
patronise him. The young man said he
would take that up later and went his
A Usnsrrani Wound
RULE FOR BLEACHED FLOUR
President Does Not Hear Case, as
ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKS TIME
Department of Jitlre Not Heady to
Act, lint Menntnr tlroirn and
turtle true .Some Karly
i From ft Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON. Feb 9 -(Special Tele
gram, i The proposition to have the regu
lation of the Department of Justice con
cerning the sale of bleached flour by Ne
braska millers could not b.? presented to
the president yesterday by Senators Brown
of Nebraska and Curtis of Kansas, as
planned, for the reason that tho attorney
general requested It to be put over until
he had had more time to examine certain
conditions of the subject. Under the pres
ent regulation it Is said tHnt Nebraska
millers have lost practically all of the
market outside the state sr flour
bli ached by electricity. It Is asserted by
the senators Interested that ti recent de
cision of the court of appeals virtually
sets aside the regulation complained of.
and they are seeking to have that de
cision followed promptly by the Depart
ment of Justice so that the business of
milling In Nebraska will no longer be
W (ml Mini li Dakota Wants.
Senator Crawford today presented in
the senate three resolutions, of the South
Dakota legislature, one urging legislation
to permit the direct election of the presi
dent, one to enact the new land bill pro
viding for a commission on regulation of
river navigation and one urging that Fort
Meade, In South Dakota, be made a bri
Some action probably wtll be taken on
the application for pardon of Charles L
Hyde of South Dakota nithln a few days.
He was convicted of fraudulent use of
the malls, but a stay of Bentence was
granted pending hearing and action by
the president on a petition for a pardon
inxofar as the prison sentence inflicted Is
concerned. The stay expires next Wednes
day Hyde la In the city awaiting action
by the Department of Justice and the
The case of the Sioux City Terminal
Elevator company et al. against the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railroad com
pany et al. Is set for argument before
the Interstate Commerce commission on
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage Cotmty
BEATRICE. Neb., Feb. 9.-(Speclal.)-The
directors of the Beatrice Commercial
club held a meeting last evening and
received a proposition from the Chopie
Gasoline Engine company of Plattsmoutli
to locate fu plant here. The company
asks that 210,000 be subscribed by losal
parties. The matter was referred to the
A delegation from the local Woman a
club appeared before the meeting an1
asked for Its suport at the coming con
vention of the federation of Woman's
clubs to be held here on April 16 and 17.
The club allowed them 250. The city
letter carriers and postofflce clerks wtll
hold their state, convention here on April
17 and the club was requested to give the
visitors a banquet A communication
from Tecumseh asking the club to express
Itself against the removal of the state
university was read and tabled.
Roy Bunch the young man who waa
arrested Thursday on a charge of stealing
21(5 from James McKee of Kansas City,
waa arraigned yesterday before Judge
Ellis and pleaded not guilty. He waived
preliminary hearing and was bound over
to the district court; in the sum of 21,000
In default of which he was remanded to
the county Jail. Sheriff Schlek yesterday
recovered 2130 of the total sum stolen.
Word was received here yesterday that
A. C. Mills, a former resident of Dlller.
who had his foot cut off by a train at
McFarland, Kan., recently, had died In a
hospital, where he had been taken for
treatment He was thirty years of age
and leaves a widow and four children.
STORM PROLONGS DANCE
UNTIL NOON NEXT DAY
RAPID CITT, B. D., Feb. 9.-(Special.)
Box Elder people to the number of 12S
gathered at the h'ame of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Jost on a recent night giving them
a surprise party. There was dancing and
a bountiful supper and so enjoyable was
the party that the guests heeded not a
raging bllxzard .that came on about mid
night. When the time for going home
arrived it was so dark that no one dared
to venture out so all returned t the
dance, which was continued until day
light Then the men folk tunnU In I
helped Mr. Jost at his chores, the women
folk helped Mrs. Jost get breakfast and
the festivities were continued until mid
ay when the storm ceased.
HANGS HIMSELF IN BARN
HURON, 8. D., Feb. 9.-(SpeclaI Tele
egram. J. B. Sexton, aged M. single,
was found hanging In a bam near his
home today. He had, been missing since
Friday. It Is believed tol be a case of
Great final cleanup sale Saturday at
Julius Orkln's, UK) Douglas St. For par
ticulars see ad , Page Eleven.
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1 WEAK WOMEN
CHBVBNNB. To.. Feb. 9.-fSpedal.-The
Wyoming legislature insists en know
ing whether or not Representative B. It.
Manson of Sweetwater Is guilty of
forgery as Is charged by the West Vir
ginia authorities. The fact that Sir. Man
son does not deny that his true name 's
Floyd Roberts and that Floyd Robert
had "trouble' 'of a more or less serious
nature before coming to Wyoming Is the
basis for the demand that his past V
thoroughly Investigated. Yesterday even
ing Speaker Pratt's committee consisting
of Representative Campbell, republican
and Representative Cable, democrat,
which was directed to choose a third
member and then investigate Manson, re
ported to the house that they had been
unable to agree on any one and asked
to be relieved. The committee was ex
cused and a different program was de
cided on. Saturday Representative Kelley
of Laramie county, introduced a reso
lution ordering the Inquiry and appoint
ment of a committee with full powers t.i
known witnesses nnd send for records.
The r r iiitlon which will be put
through .th all possible dispatch Is thn
beginning of a campaign against Manson
which will either land him In the pen'
tentiary or prove him to bo the victim
of a colossal conspiracy. It Is rumored
that the committee will consist of ono
republican, ono democrat and Mr. Man
son. The plan Is to have the commute-
go to West Virginia and thoroughly In
vestigate the charges. If Manson Is
guilty. It is argued, he will not dare re
visit his old home where the authorities
have warrants for his arrest If. how
ever, he refuses to go. It will indicate that
he Is afraid to leave Wyoming when
enjoys the protection of Governor Carey.
The Kelley resolution has reopened the
whole matter and both sides are de
termined that Manson shall either be ex
pelled or exonerated.
The senate today passed a resolution
ratifying the constitutional amendment
providing for the election of United tSatcs
senators by popular vote.
Nehrnskn I nl Defeats Wesleyan.
UNIVERSITY PLACE. Neb.. Keb. 9.
(Special.) In the most hotly-contested
game of basket ball ever played on the
local floor, the University of Nebraska
quintet was returned victor over the
Wesleyan five Friday night In the Wes
leyan gymnasium. The final score stood
27 to 20, but at the end of the first half
It was 13 to 12 In favor of the visitors
and remained equally close throughout
about two-thirds of the game. The ad
vantage In weight of the Nebraska five
was added to by the fact that the game
was excessively rough, the referee calling
but a fraction of tho fouls.
Fnlrbnry Defeats Lincoln.
FAIRBURT. Neb., Feb. 9. (Special.)
Falrbury High school basket ball team
defeated Lincoln Business college team
hero Friday evening, 37 to 28. Blaine
McCullough, a former "star" player on
the Cotner university basket ball team
refereed the game. The Falrbury team
Is making arrangernents to enter the
state tournament to be held In Lincoln
March 13-18. Prof. Frank Jennings of
the high school department Is training th2
Double Victory for Ynnkton.
YANKTON. Feb.. 9. (Speclol.)-In High
school basket ball .here Yankton boys'
team won Its third victory of the season
and" has not yet been defeated. It was
a double game with Armour boys and
girls, and a double victory. The boys'
game resulted: Yankton. 27: Armour. 10.
The girls' game resulted: Yankton, 18;
Ioit Newa No tern.
CRESTON Mrs. E. N. Dougherty was
quite severely burned by an explosion
of gas In the furnace of her home last
night when she opened the furnace door
to replenish the fuel. During the after
noon the drafts to the furnace had all
been closed and It Is thought an accumu
lation of gas had formed. When the door
waa opened the gas exploded. Mrs.
Daughterty was thrown five feet across
the furnace room and badly burned about
the head and face.
Therm is Only One
Laxative Bromo Quinine
VXD THE WOULD OVEH TB OtME A OOLD Iff SHE DAY.
Always remember the lull name. Look J f ff (fj,
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CHOOSE, madam: hi
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Sulphur Restores Natural
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Gray, faded hair turned beautifully
dark and lustrous almost over night, Ir
a reality. If you'll take the trouble tc
mix sage tea and sulphur, but whatV
the use, you get a large bottle of' the
ready-to-use tonic called "Wyeth's Sag
and Sulphur Hair Remedy'' at drug
stores here for about 50 cents. Million?
of bottles of "Wyeth's" are sold an
nually, says a well known druggist, be
cause It darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that no one can tell It has
You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush
with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and
You can't get
away from a
Mjr mild treatment will cure Piles, Fistula and other Rectal diseases
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.PEOPLE ALL NEED MOTHERING
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw Declares
Thi Country Fathered to Death.
SHE CONDEMNS DRY SWEEPING
Says Children Are Sow Ooverned by
I.avra JInde by the Men, nnd the
Mother Has Too Little
Never perhaps was the sword of Dr.
Anna Howard Shaw, national woman suf
frage leader, keener than It was yester
day afternoon when .he addressed a
magnificent audience of nvn and women
at the Brandels theater. Every powr of
her fine Intellect she brouglit Into play,
and delivered herself In a oioe so clear
and strong that It penetratwl the fsriln-r-most
nook of the gallery, l.i which oven
standing room was a prize hougnt Shortly
after 3 o'clock the doorkeeptJS began to
turn the people away. Crowds rusnsd to
the gallery entrance, and soon were even
turned away from there. Br 3;2n hun
dreds and hundreds of people had been
turned away by the doorkeeper, who
braced themselves squarely Hcrjss the
swinging doors and insisted that cen the
standing room was "gone, absolutely
Dr. Shaw spoke for a solid hJur aril a
half, during which time ahe uuchid on
most of the vital arguments In favor cf
woman suffrage. Reoch'ns the point of
discussing what good the women wight
do In poltlcs, she said:
"We'll find out wheth-r a government
Is able to protect Its women and cHldrtti
We'll find out whether .i republic U able
to stop the buying and Belling and kid
taping of little girls lust aa the slaves
were sold on tins auctl n block. We'll
find out whether officials who are paid
to protect these children can continue to
be In league with thoee wh- trrjp and
kidnap little girls on their way to s hoot
so that they are never neard of asain.
We'll find out whether It Is necessaiy for
men to grow rich while the" 'warp and
deform the bodies of little children to
make, themselves rich."
Talks of Dirty Streets.
Discussing further some of the condi
tions of the great cities, she touched cn
the subject of tuberculosis and laid much
of It to the dry sweeping process that Is
used In many cities in cleaning the streets.
She sold these sweepers were capable of
raising the dry dust and filth in such a
way In the street that a body would get
more germs In It than the human body
could exude In a lifetime. "And then,"
she sold, "you pass great appropriation
bills to build a sanitorlum to take care
of consumptives you have thus created."
Dr. Shaw came to these points when
she had told the audience that the work
of government today was largely to deal
with matters of this general character,
the development of society. "I have been
reading some of the bills that are be
ing Introduced In the legislatures," she
said, "and I find that they are dealing
with such matters as proper fire escapes,
prevention of sweatshop work, sewerage
problems, checking the spread of the
white plague, purification of the milk
supply for babies, pure food and others.
You men arc awfully concerned when we
dlsuss the drink question, for example.
That Is yours. The food problem Is ours.
You tell us the woman has nothing to
do with these things, that she cannot un
derstand these great questions. Yet the
mother's children are to be governed by
the rules you make concerning these
things In society. Time was when ths
mother could choose whether to send her
children to school or not send them.
The state now compels them to go to
school a certain number of months In a
year and a given number of years.
Course- of Study Prescribed.
Time was when a mother could say
whether her children should study one
thing or the other. Now the state pre
scribes a course of study that child
must follow. lTlm was when a mother
could say whether her child should should
FADED AND GRAY OR
WITH SAGE TEA.
'raw It through your hair, taking one
mall strand at a time. Those whose
'.air Is turning gray, becoming- faded,
dry. scraggly and thin have a surprise
awaiting them, because after Just on?
application the gray hair vanishes and
your locks become luxuriantly dark and
beautifully alt dandruff goes, scalp Itch
ing and falling hair stops.
This Is the age of youth, gray-haired,
unattractive folks aren't wanted around,
so get busy with the Sage and Sulphur
tonight and you'll be amazed at your
youthful appearance and the real beauty
and healthy condition of your hair with
in a few days. Inquiry at drug stores
here shows that they sell lots of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur" and th
folks using It are enthusiastic.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.. 103 So.
13th; ZZi So. 16th; 337 N. 16th; SUh and
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work or not. but now the state Is to
look after the child labor-only It aon t
"You may not believe in vaccination.
You may believe as you please about It
The state says yeu may think Just a
you please about this matter. You are
not punished for what you believe. But
at the same time the sate says, "put out
your arm,' and you are branded Just as
the cattle are branded, and you bear
the mark of vaccination all your life.
All this time that certain men are
branded with authority and these things
are practised on the children, the women
have nothing to say about It"
Men for Mothers.
"Now the reason for all this Is that i
male government has been trying to
mother the people. We speak of In
ternal governments and say nothing of
maternal governments. If ever a psople
needed a mothering It Is the people of fie
great cities of the United States. We
have revolutionary fathers. We hava
state fathers. We have church fathers
Wo have city fathers. We have been
fathered to death.
"And they tell us that a woman niu.-t
be at home; that she has so much to )o
at home that she has no time for poll
tics. They seem to think that the three
minutes It takes to vote once a year
ould ruin tho home. It Is wonderful how
valuable they think a vi1 man's time ih
when It come to getting her Into politics,
and how cheap It Is when they go to hire
her. And you have her spend lots of tlmo
getting up church suppers, pink tens -nd
socials to raise money to build hospitals
and sanitariums and charitable institu
tions and, in fact, do the tilings tho state
ought to do."
The speaker attacked Dr. Lyman Ab
bott for saying through the col urns of tl.e
Outlook that under woman suffrage the
women would not have the time to gite
to charity and philanthropy that she
now gives. "But thank God," said the
speaker, "If women had the ballot the: e
would not be so much need for charitv
Dr. Shaw addresed an audience at the
First Baptist church last night at Tei
tieth and Davenport streets.
Chronic Stomach Trouble Cnreil.
There is nothing more discouraging than
a chronic disorder of the stomach. Is It
not surprising that many suffer for years
with such an ailment when a permanent
cure is within their reach and may be had
for a trifle? "About one year ago," says
P. H. Beck of Wakelee. Mich.. "I bought
a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and
since using them I have felt perfectly
well. I had previously used any number
of different medicines, but none of them
were of any lasting benefits." For sals
by all dealers. Advertisement.
Kearney Wins Doth Games.
SHELTON. Neb., Feb.9. (Special, i
KearnejT High school boys' and girls'
basket ball teams met defeat last -night
at the hands of the home teams In Shel
ton's new high school crvmnaslum. th
"scores being: Kearney boys, 11; Shelton
boys, W; Kearney girls, 11; Shenton
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Local people are sunrise .
QUICK results received from simple
buckhorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed
In Adler-1-ka, tho German appendicitis
renvedy, The Sherman & McConnell Drug
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