Carrie Nation foutain
tain erected on the state bpuso grounds, according to the house committee on public building and grounds, which yesterday reported the death of the W. C. T. U. measure to allow the building of the proposed memorial. The ruling of the committee is nothing against Mrs. Nation, the committee chairman, Edward McDougall, of Sumner, carefully explained to the women. Bui, if tho W. C. T. U, women want Kan Bans to drink cold water in memory of the' "Home Defender" the drinking will have, to be done In some other place; not on the stale house grounds. , . However, tiie Carrie Nation bill is etlli safe in the senate, having re ceived a favorable committee report there. The W. C. T. U. women hope to succeed in pushing the senate , bill through the legislature.