new in been Lincoln Suffragettes at Omaha Meeting The Nebraska state suffrage board met in Omnha Tuesday w i t h the president, Mrs. Draper Smith, and a n ber of prominent suftrage workers. The chairmen of permanent committees to take charge of the campaign In the state the first of the year appointed, nil of Lincoln. Mrs. A. E. Sheldon will manage the educational department: Mrs. W. K. Barkley. the publicity, n h i d i means the of speakers anil arranging for public demonstrations, and Mrs. Dorris, press. Mrs. H. H. Wheeler, JMrs. W. E. and Mrs. Frank Htrrrison, board members from l.ir.ooln, were also at the meeting. Mrs. Hardy, treasurer of the association, was informed by John L. rtdey of Omaha that the S10.000 by Omaha is ready to be turned to the association when needed. The board voted that a number of or- Kunizers be secured to work in Nebraska from now on, and the president expects to secure Mrs. Francis Maule Bjorkman of New York, formerly of Lincoln, at once.