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EVRNINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T SATURDAY, APniL 2C, 190!.
CHINESE EXCLUSION LAW
APPROVED BY SENATE
Situation nnd Help Wanted
VANTED A man now employed
vvnnts to tetter himself; over six
ears' cxpcrlenco In otfleo work. Ad
dress W., tills olllco. 2127-lw
WANTED I)y young man, clerical
position of any kind; first-class Isl
and references. 11. F., this office.
WANTED Position In office by young
....... 1.-...1. .. LI. ..... pll..n
UltlU. UUHU null J lJn l ivvn a. ..a,
machine. Address 0. II., this office.
VANTED lly experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, storo
clerk, night watchman, luun or any
other position; remuneration G0 up;
firat-rato Island references. Apply
P. O. box 28. 2124 tf
WANTED lly n young lady, situation
ns stenographer nnd typewriter; ref
erences. Address K Bulletin office
Ads In this column will be Inserted I
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Incertloni... .25c
Per line, one week 30o
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tr offered the pccple of Honolulu.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT L AGENCY N'ght
w-atc' n lurnlshcd for buildings.
busln's-i irnp-rty am' residences.
ORIco nnd Uesldenco. School St.;
P O lu.x 2M, T"l. Whito 3C91.
6PECIAL NOTICE Donds furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position ns guardian, postofllco offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
Jeff's, King street.
WANTED Pupils. Mine. P. Lam
bert, the fashionable French dicss
maker from ParlH, will open n
school for young ladles desirous of
learning tho art, teaching a system
entirely her own. Parlors, 300 Dos
ton Dldg. 2120 lw
WANT jour whiskers amputated? Go
to Jeffs. Ho shaes for 15c; 5 whlto
barbers. 43 King St. 2011 tf
FOR RENT Very desliablo furnished
or unfurnished rooms In private
house, also furnished rooms for
housekeeping; beautiful location,
two minutes' walk of postoffke. Ad
dress Box C40, P. O. 2125-tf
FOR RENT A small outside room,
7.50 month; also )argo room suit
able for two. 109 School, between
Fort nnd Emma. 2130-lw
FOR RENT Very desirable furnish
ed rooms, ptlvale family. 1432 Mil
ler St nr. Klnau. Call after 5
TO LET Seven room cottage on
Young St. nr. Kecnumoku; sanitary
plumbing; right of wny to Bereta
nla. Apply 1317 Dcretanla. J130U
R RENT Light, nlry looms with
jooi table hoard at $0.50 per week.
Mrs. McCartney, 019 Hotel St.
TOR RENT Furnished rooms en sidle
with privilege of light housekeeping,
at tho Island Hotel, 714 Fort St.
Rooms 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 pur night. ,
TO LET You know that Pacheco's
Dandruff Killer Is a marvellous
quick relief for Itdilng scalps, one
application allays the nvvful Itching.
At Union Barber Shop.
TO LET Good room, tvvotheils. with
hoard; on car line, Biiltahle for two
young men. Terms rt-asonuhle Ad
dress '.. this office. 21'J'Jlvv
TO LET Cottugo on Punclibowl St.;
"odcrn Improvements. Apply to A.
G. Cuuhn, 2d houso above Mormon
Church. Floor matted. 2120 Ira
FOR RENT Vciy dcslrahlo unfurnish
ed rooms In prlvato house, bciutl
ful lotntlon; within two minutes'
walk of postoffico. Address Box
C40, P. O. 2125 tf
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Rooms, light and airy; $1.50 to $2.50
per week; hot and cold baths; best
board In tho city.
FOR RENT Second story of brick
building on Dcretanla street, next
to Progress Block; 15 rooms with
W'ash-baelns in each, connected with
sewer, and wired for electric lights;
suiiauio lor iouBinBs; ai io pur
month on two years' lease. Address
Frank Hustaco, CO Beretanla St
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mcj
Intyro Building, formerly occupied
hv VIpI.pi-v'b Art . RxhlMt. Annlv to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Browcr & Co.'s.
TO LET Houso on Young Street at
present occupied by W. Needham,
Esq., near McCully Tract. Has three
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
Water. Apply E. F. Bishop, nt C.
Brewer & Co. 2117-tf
10 LET nesldcnco of J. Cassldy,
WulVlkl- furnished; good bathing.
Appir Wnterhouse & Podmore. Beth
el and King Sts. 2105 tf
Ads. will be Inaerted PKEE.
WANTED A nurse girl to toko caro
of 3-monthsold baby. Apply 1239
Matlock Avenue. 12s tf.
TO LET Xlreftllv flirnlRhnl rnomfl nt
1142 Adams lane, hack of Dllte. Suit-
-1.1.. r 1,1-- n.rti ... '
able fur families.
1 1 0 COTTAGES on Vlnejord St. HP. i
Nuuanu; six rooms caih, patent V,
C. Apply J on (in I in Sllvu, Klnail St.
opp. Queen's Hospital. 2120 tf
$15 Neat cottage, 5 rooms and bath;
oft I.lllha, near School St. Apply
F. J. Russell, Magoon Bids. 9s-tf
TO""LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, tall at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Cottages olf School St., nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and $10. P. E. R.
Strauch, 32 Campbell block, 310
Kort St. 2108-lm
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
sulto or Bluglo; telephone, etc.
Dcretanla Ae. cor. Kccaumoku.
TO LET Now houso on Dcretanla
and Artesian Sts.; iNnlng and two
bedrooms, kitchen and hath. Apply
1130 Port St. " 210Mm
TO LET Furnished room nt HI Iter
ctnnln St. near Part; tnblo hoard If
desired. 2104 lm
TO LET rurntshed rooms nt Mrs,
MfConnel's, Garden lane. 2055-tf
FOR SALE Choice vniietlcs of
FERNS in baskets and pots, cut
Icrus alto, Dugonlas and Caladi
uins Mia. E. M. TAYLOR, "M Kl
nau St . Tel. Whlto 3251.
FOR SALE A sorici mare; good fam
ily horse, gentle and good driver.
Hawaiian Trading Co., Love Dldg.
rOR SALE Good Hawaiian bred sad
dle horse alto buggy, for sale. Write
immediately. P. O. box 833, City.
rOR SALE Cheap, a 30 loom lodging
house, guod locjllou, electric lights
and baths; owner has other busl
Less; tan give easy terms. Addiess
P. O. box 2J2. " 2129 tf
FOR SALE Good s(iiaru piano, below
$75. Apply 777 Koit St. 2127-lw
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill prctB, 1 plpo cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; nil new ma
chines, now on hand' In Honolulu;
also one hteum launch. W. H. Pain,
Pimuhou. 2120 tt
FOR SALE Two 3-jear-ohl grndo
Jrisey cows Just ralved; good inllk
eis and gentle, giving ten to twelve
imrl8 a day each of rich milk. Ap
ply to California Feed Co. 2120-tf
FOR SALE A good Dahcock rubber
tired runabout, ueaily new. R. D.
McClellan, 400 Stangenvvald Dhlg.
l GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small
cash payment nnd only $15 per
montn will get you n nice houso and
lot on Kunnwai road nr. I.lllha St.
Fow lots left Inquire soon. P. E.
It. Strauch, 32 Campbell bu.,31C Fort
FOR SALE 30 acres of valuahlo prop
erty at Pearl City. Improvements,
3 good houses, rlie mill, artesian
well. Rearing fruit trees. 5 acres
suitnble for gardening, llalanco un
der cultivation In rice. For particu
lars apply to J. Armstiong. Pearl
City. 2121 lid
FOR SALE Eggs fiom pure ureil
black Mlnorcas, Northup strains, $3
por setting. J ff's, 43 King St.
FOR SALE Coral ro-k for filling. Ad
drcrs R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
ROOM AIVD L50ARO.
HELEN'S COURT Had; of Elite;
miilir new mniiageui'iit; stiictly
first t las--; light, airy, mosquito proof
roomH Mis. J Duggiin,
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort Btr,
newly furnlslicd rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930 tf
LOST Certllkato No. 533 for four
shares In the Honolulu Investment
Co., Ltd. Return to offico of the
company, Judd Bldg. 2128-lw
LOST Cuff button of Kukul nut with
gold strap. "Aloha" engraved upon
It. Reward If returned to thU office.
. , nRTA i,,,iina. P.. i,Pnn,iin,.,
cape, lined with gray silk, Howard
for return to Bulletin offico,
Luke F. LcBlond,
Chat. M. LeBlond
ALL COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AT
OFFICE Severnnco Building.
TEL, 144. HILO, HAWAII.
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys
atl.aw; Room 11 Magoon bldg.; i
'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BnoOKS--..ttorriey; rooms 9-10,
Spreckcls bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humami St.; Tel. .S81 Main.
J M. DAVIDSON Attornoy-nt-Law;
109 Kaahumamt St.
OARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at-
law; Kaahumanu St.
Mcdonald & langston contract-
nn nnd nulhlers; 11R Union St.
C A. COWAN 1186 Union St, opp.
I'aclllc Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffco Ilroker; room
4, SprccJ-.cls bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO.
Pino carriages, wagons, harncsB I
and whips; Dcretanla near Fort St.
THf KASH .CO, LTD. Two stores
?J fi Hotel 8t. and cor. Tort & Hotel.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, C1C Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
fices nt 11 Garden lane 2110-lm
' .nwweVA tjntfjn rim,... inamn.
able. Room 10 Mclntyro mock.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Dcr
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
1154 Alakea St.; offico hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; offlce, 1313 Wil
der Ae.; Tel. 3441 Dlue. Room 4,
MADAMC M. LAMBERT, tho stylish
French Dressmaker from Paris, has
removed her dressmaking parlors
liom tho corner of Vineyard and
Punchbowl streets to tho Doston
building, room 300, where she will
he pleased to sco her patrons und
their friends. 2113-lm
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. i...to bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnvcrley hlk.; Tel.
C21 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEA8 Dcretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St. Orphoum blk.;
Tel. 081 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kuitul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposlto Pacific Club, Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
Ilrsl.-c.a83 tablo hoard. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and,
watchmaker,' 530 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOU8E Mrs. Wheeler, pro
piletor; furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms; alBO rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St., above Ho
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at the PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL ME83ENGER SER
VICE Union St nr Hotel.; TeL
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel.' 264 Main.
MR. JAMES 8HERIDAN Piano tuner
and repairer; No. 343 King St. near
Opera House. Orders at Wall, Nlch
ols Co. and at t Hawaiian Book &
Music Store, Merchant St. '
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaal's stuulo; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leavo orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S, Ellis, Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bereta
2. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg., Fort St.
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Rep. Amo
rlcnn Manf's. Room 8 Progress 'ilk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Kyo, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; olllco at Eye and Ear Infirm
ury, Alnkea St Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throit only; office Alakea
St.. lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Dcretanla Ave.; Tel. Dluo 3551.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye, Ear, Noso
, nnd Tlnoat; 1140 Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All klrds of sani
tary work. Sower connections a
specialty. Cnnrgos to suit the
tiroes. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V. H. POULSEN minting and paper-
hanging; Territory Stnblcs, King St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best ndvantago; houses,
icntcd, loans negotiated; money In
estrd on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, TIC Fort street.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots andi
residences for sale; 307 Stangon
wnld bldg ; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real cstnto
nlso to grant manlago licensed' ,
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu-1
uanu. Felt, straw, Panama hats
STENOGRAPHY and typewiltlngneat-
ly and accurately done at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draugTil
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; i;ius bldg., uig Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
10GC Hotel St
i. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
8UGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. D.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS PhyBlclan
and surgeon; Labaina. Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayago;
Agt Wilder and Intcr-ISland.Tcl, 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel, Excellent ac
commodations. G. Freeland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter lor Wine
STILL wines cro made spnrk
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They are, In this way, given a
zest and life, uncqualcd except
by tho best champagne Tho
diner out or tho gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that tho ta
ble will be supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
place on tho wlno list of the
most exclusive clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Ball Banquet In
Washington. Tho palate of epi
cures Ib gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W, G, Peacock & Co,, Ltd,
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port Rt., Iiet. i.'iieen and Merchant
i-unch and Dinner
KverytnliiK flr,- , mh Complete llm
Key West antf -n--tic Cigars alwav
H, J, KOLT'
Kastmnn i o
sizes, for sale -plv
,' idlng kodaks all
tunolulii Photo Sup-
n below regular
FOLLOWS THE OLD LINES
?JjSf$t'H, . "fc. s $ 'vySfci ' " Ik!
SENATOR PLATT, WHO AMENDED EXCLUSION BILL.
Washlngton, April 1C After eight
hrurs or debate, during which tlmo
numerous amendments were proposed
nnd exhaustively discussed, the Sen
nto today substituted the amendment
offered by Senator Piatt of Connecti
on for the Mltthell-Knhn bill, by n
veto of 48 to 33.
Tho substitute as .if the Mltchell-Kahn hill. It was de
became the Senate ft Med ajes 29, noes 50,
bill, and was parsed by a vote of 70
tr. 1. the solitary opponent of Chinese
exclusion heltm Senator Hoar of Mai
Tim i,i,! n ..-,,! nvifinta nil tho
present Chin, h.- exdunlon laws during
the life of til- prtscnt tieaty and until
u new tieuty .hall be concluded. The
exclusion laws are npplled to allyterrl
tnr under the jurisdiction of the Unit
ed States, and the Chlncso In the In
siilar possessions arc prohibited fiom
coming to the Mainland, thus cxilud
irg Chinese from going Into and com
ing rrom the Philippines to the Main
l.-nd. The Setretnry of tho Treasurj
I' authorized to prescribe regulations
lo execute the act. Chinese laborers
ore permitted to enter the United
States under contract for fnsTullIng or
conducting exhibits nt fairs and epo-
sltlons. The bill requires that Chinese
laborers other than citizens rlghtfiill
In any of the Insular territory of the
United States, shall, within eight
mrnths, obtain a certificate of test
One of the remarkable f on tin ex of
tcday's Chines- exclusion debate was
Senator Ilanna s bitter attack on Jns
R. Dunn, Chlnon Inspector nt Kan
Francisco. The Ohio Senator's Ian
guago was so strong as to cause great
surprise. "D'lnn was not detillel to
represent the Ticasury Department In
oxecutlvo sessions of tho committee."
said Ilanna, "nor to make statements
thcro which have been proved to be
false and sugKuittloiiB that were mis
ler.dlng. I here state, knowing tho
mnn nnd knowing tho character of the
testimony, that Dunn Is nn unrclluble
ft'inehs nnd advisor."
j Later In the debute Senator Patter
'on defended Dunn with spirit, declnr-
ti.r that Dunn hud never gone out of
his path of dutv. and that Hanna's
'attack was fierce and uncalled for."
" more modest, sensible, practical
gi iitlemau I have never come In con
tact with," concluded Patterson.
Tho dehnto wus characterized by
stubborn tights qver a number of lm
portnnt amendments, the ndvocates of
the Mltchell-Kahn hill fighting till the than nothing. Scott of West Virginia
last against weakening amendment, ifcalil he, too, was dissatisfied, and stig
Tho clauso prohibiting tho employ. ' Bested that the bill should bo recom
ment of Chinese sailors on American ' m'ttcd. No attention was paid to this
vessels was eliminated on motion of scegostlon.
Senator Lodge by a vote of 47 to 29 Senator Hoar said tho bill as finally
Both California Senators voted to ie- 'agreed upon Indicated great progress
tbln tho clause In tho hill. Senator f public sentiment. Thcro had been
D.lllngham orfered as an nmendment ' If some quarters, ho said, a disregard
the famous "section 5" first proposed! of trenty obligations, constitutional
!;' tho Democratic California Commls-! limitations nnd mornl duties. But the
slon. This amendment proposed to j Senate had passed upon tho question
admit five good-faith representatives with a lemperato desire to do what
c,f every Chlneso wholcBalo commor- teemed to It best for tho laboring
clul house. Vigorous opposition wna''U'n- Even In this shapo, howover,
dovcloped against this nmendment on Senator Hoar Bald ho felt bound to
ho ground that It would offer a loop
I'clo for tho fraudulent entry of Chl
neso laborors, and It was defeated by
a voto of 13 to 67.
Senator Quay's amendment propositi!-,
to admit Chlneso Christians was
voted down without n roll call. Ho
hen proposed nn amendment admit,
inc thnso Chinese who assisted In the
efenso of tho foreign legations and
'he Petnng Cathedral. ThU was also
'"WiitPil. the voto standing 7 ajes and
Senator Penrose attempted to side
' ok tlm Piatt amendment by moving
'"t tho House bill bo taken up nnd
that the Senate hill bo substituted for
P. but It was ruled that all amend
ments to tho Mltchell-Knhn bill. In
cluding the Piatt amendment or sub
stitute, should ho voted on first. Mai
Icry moved as nn amendment to the
Ph.tt amendment the seaman's clauso
Wellington wanted to strike out of
the Piatt amendment the provision
pinhlhiting Chinese from coming
Hum tho Islands to tho Mainland tcr-
1H01V of tho United States on tho
K'euiid that tho people In the Philip
pines oi other Insular terrltoiy can
nut constitutionally bo prevented from
r.milng to tho Mainland If they desire
to do so. Lodgo pointed out that Con
gii'bs had piohlbltcd the Chinese In
I law nil f i oui coming to tnc Mainland
Wellington's amendment was reject
J Mitchell called attention to the fact
ti at the Piatt umendment. If adopted
:is ' Rt"011- "M uc lefcctle in nol
providing for tho registration nnd cer
tification of Chinese In the newly ne-
quired Insular possessions. Ho thcio
r10 proposed as on amendment fcc-
ticms 12, 13 and 14 of the Mltcncll
Ivuhn bill to be Inserted at the end of
the Piatt amendment ns section 5.
TIifo sections requlic all Chinese
lahoicis other than citizens or those
rlphtfiilly In any of the Insular terrl
tc-ry of the United Slates except Ha
wall, to obtain within eight months
oiler the passage of the act a ceitlfi
rate of residence. Provision Is mane
lor securing such certificates, penalty
'" fall,lrc to Procme, renewal of lost
rutiflcatcs, etc, Mitchell s amend
nient was adopted by a vote of 41 to
4C. The question then came on the
motion to substitute the Platf amend
nn nt lor tho Mitcholl-KnTm hill and It
prevailed. Mitchell then offered nn
"l"t'1 ' nnicnumeni providing mat in tun
Insular tcnltoiy whero thcie aie no
,;ultci1 8,n,ps 0,lrts' Jurisdiction for
. ,llu purposes of the act shall be vested
ln tlu' eomtB r "'shest Jurisdiction In
8m'h tl;"llor'- I'Mt accepted this
nir"iJnicut. and the substitute, thus
" ended, was repoiteitto the Senate.
Teller said that he was not nt all
to tlbfied with the bill, and that. In his
opinion, It was not such a bill as
would have been drawn by leal
fiiends of the policy of Chinese exclu
sion. Ho announced that ha would vote
lor It, howover, because It was better
enter his protest, as ho was opposed
u tho prlnclplo of Chinese exclusion
Ho said he would voto against the bill
even If lils wero tho only negative
veto. The roll call then was taken,
and, oddly enough, Senator Hoar's
was tho only negative vote.
Tho bill will now go to the Houso,
For eatlng,drlnklcg,ani cooking,
rose, ctucisus, kutritiocs.
MUCH BMtR 6 CO UO,
Cmltot Coroa, I 3 H. tin..
p tk.r II ChocoUU (an.wMtdl, t D ih. eiM.
CformaB Swttt ChocolnU, I 4 lh. cV4.
ton tLl 11011.4 owem. X
Walter Dakar & Oo. Ltd.
Dorcfceiter, Mati., 0. S. A.
where It will no doubt he rejected
and the Houso bill substituted thero
lir Alius throwing both bills Into con
It retire. A strenuous effort will bo
innile on the part of the Houso to re
tain the aenmnu'B clause, but It Is ovl
ttent from tho temper displayed today
ly the Senate that this piopositlon is
e'ead. It If predicted tonight that the
IioiK"- will reccdo not only with re j
sjeit to (ho seaman's clnuso. but In
a'l oilier important provisions, the net
rerun being the passago by both
liuusts by the end of this week of n
I ul re marling nil existing exclusion
Hwb, extending them over tho Insular
possessions, nnd continuing these
l.iws until n new treaty shall havo
been made with China, and laws for
caro lug out the same enacted,
Roth the California Senators nHcd
v lib (be Mltchell-Kahn bill us long as
tl'eie was anything lell of it and
against the weakening amendments,
They voted for exclusion of Chinese
snllors from Ameilcan ships; they
v ted against Dillingham's amendment
proposing to ndmlt five representa
tives of every wholesale film In China.
Wiien the motion to substitute the
Piatt nmendment for tho Mitchell bill
riuno up they voted for tho Mitchell
It'll. Both said after adjournment that
California had no reason to feel dis
appointed with the result of tho day's
work, as the hill passed by the Sen
ate wns n re enactment of all the ex
it ting laws, and extends them cvef
the Philippines. So California gets
In the way of exclusion nil that was
Kepieseiitatlvo Knhn. v ho was In
no Senate all day watching the prog
less of the debate, and who was large
ly iiistii'inientnl In having sections 12
II and 11 of tho Mitchcll-nahn hill In
serted In the Plnll amendment provid
ing fur tlie legtstratlon nf Insular Chi
nese said tonight: "The hill passed
li the Senate is stronger than tliu
Hoiuo hill. If anything, lucaiibu it en
acts the existing laws In full, ex
tends them over the Philippines and
provides that they shall be In force
until a new titnty Is ((included and
tiio laws enacted to carry such treaty
it to effect. I urn greatly pleased with
Theie waB n meeting of the labor
luiders held tonight, attended by Sam
uel Gnmpcis, president of tho Ameri
can Fudeiatlon, and the Senate bill
was discussed. Much dissatisfaction
vus expieSK'd with tho bill, though
tl Ih was not as stioug nttcr thniough
c-Miniinntlnu or the Senate bill when
it' bweeplng piovlsions wero more
thnioiighly nuclei btooil. At the same,
time, the labor leadeis gave out that
tle had decided to uso their Infill
crco upon trio House conferees to the
utmost to secure tho letentlon In the
hlil ot the scamnnV, claubo.
SENATE BILL LIKELY
TO BE AGREED TO
Washington, Aplll 17. Tho Senate
tlilis afternoon straightened out tho
prrhamentary questions concerplng
llir Chinese exclusion hlil, nndpro
Vlded that tho Senate bin should go
nt once to conference. As tho Sen
nto yestciday, In'fmsslug the bill, did
not consider the Houso hill at all, but
jiLbBeri an cutlicly new bill, It still Iiob
tin Hotuu bill on Its hands. Under
oi dlnary procedure the Senato bill
would have, to go to tiio Houso and bn
considered as now legislation. This
was avoided today by the Scnato's ac
tion In taking up tho House bill, elrlk
iiig out all after tiio enacting clauso
nnd Inserting tho Senate bill. Tho
House bill, thus amended, goes Into
conference. It Is likely that the con
ferees on tho pait of tho Senato will
bo Senators Penrose, Fairbanks nnd
Rawlins or Turner, while tho House
conferees will probably be Ilitt, Per
kins nnd Clark. Dlnsmore, who would,
under tho usual rule, ho a confeieo,
waives his right in favor of Champ
Clark, who Is leading tho Demon ntlc
contingent in trjlng to extract n little
political capital out of the Chinese
Tho Impression appeals to have
rmo abroad In tho i:ast tint" Callfor
i fa Ib nfiamo with Indignation rvcr
tho defeot of the Mltchell-Kahn bill
nnd tho adoption of tho Piatt amend
mc-nt, nnd that tho Democratic Mrty
w'U mako heavy Inroads In tho Con
gKBslonal election next fall. A piom
hi' nt-Democrat today piedlcled that
five Democrats would be elected to
Congress from California. He based
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