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Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit.)
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by C. O UOCKUS,
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Votar) Public First Judicial Circuit
PR1L 1.'. 1!I07
Mm I lc
ftn the lighthouse ti niler
Is all light Hill In It the nnini of 1
ttee a Coin, m ,i flower
Hiivvuii Superrlsors luivo voted
each memoir a new fountain pen.
Having received a to) will they now
keep quiet' .
The nevvspupermuu nt the Thaw
trial said it would all end In n dis
agreement Thev tna now safely
conclude that Thaw will niversll lu
the elect lie i hair
WHAT HAWAII MAY DO FOR
What can Hawaii do under the im
migration law which goes Into cffct
en Jul) first of this jour'
This query arises from the intei
I relation of the law as given In Vi
tamer General Donapaitc The llu.
letln has held that the way Is open
for tmniigialion to continue, and Llo-
napartcs opinion does not lead Ha-1
wail Into a blind alle) Otheis be
lieve this view to be too optimistic
A lev lew of the- opinion tn Its heal
ing on Hawaii s Immediate lutciesti.
brings out the following points
which cover the ground unless the
Administration has found mother
way out not apparent to Hawaii on
first observation The conclusions
I'lvon ma) he teimed reuscmiibl) safe-
l'lrst The Hoard of Immigration
of tho Territory of Hawaii may pa)
the passago-money of Immigrants
v.Ith public funds
Second The Hoard of Immigration
of tho Torrltor) of Huwnll cannot so
licit or encourage tho Immigration,
except by the pn)inent tif the Imyil
grants' passages out of tho public
funds of the Terrltoij nnd lu adver
tising In fuitdgn countries the In
ducements olToicd to Immigration to
Hawaii, tlio lloud of Immigration Is
limited ub herolnafter stated
Third 'I hut tho Ilcuul of Immi
gration of tho Torrltcr) of Hawaii
cannot pi) paksages of Immigrants
with funds contilhiitcd b) "nil) cor
I oration, association society, munic
ipality or foreign government", that
tho Iloaul of Immigration ran) pay
the .ussago mono) of Immlgrnn's
with funds contributed by Individ
uals,! poisons) piovlclod that btich In
dividual contributors are not acting
In i jncort or have not combined ho
that such contributions would bo hiiIi
atnntliilly the uct or nn nssociallcm or
roui Hi Individuals may directly
pa) passages of Immigrants Independ
ently or any Statp or Terrllinlal
Pgeney, provided that such Immi
grants do I1(,t como within tho ex
cluded classes mentioned In Section a
of tho law, said excluded classes bo
Ing Idiots, Insane persons, nnd i
'tumlier or undesirables, porsons who
hit) it boon Induced oi solicited to mi
grate by offeis en piomlscs of em
plo) merit or In ronsoquc in e of ngieo
monts, oial, written, or lulnled, ex
press or implied, to perform labor of
mi) kind, skilled or unskilled.
I'ifth Thut tho Hoard of Immi
gration of tho Toirllmy of Hawaii
'may .ulveirtlso tho Inducements to Im
migration to Hawaii, unci may stut?
n pari of wirh adrrrltcKtHrnt tin
whIp nf wages prevailing within tin-1
lortltorv, but cannot state nnytliliiK
which may be construed as nn offoi
Miiii'itatlon. promise) or iigroetni nt t
11 with the Immigrant
One of tlio Ullo pnpers offers Hm
lollowrlng excuso for I. A Thurston '
i wner of the Advertiser.
The Hawaiian Star Ik nullmr
It v for the statement that I.or- '
rln A Thurston la among those
seriously considered aB In tlio
running for the (lovornorshlp of
Hawaii on the retirement of
(lovernor Cailvr As to the lit.
liens of Thurston for the ollko
tli-re can be no doubt, llu Is n
Htrong. able man and he knowH
the needs of the Territory thor
ough!) It In snld thnt he cnJo)s
the confidence of the President
and there In no reason to doubt
this That he litis not been be
tei liked throughout tlio Terri
tory Is uuqitcstlonnht) due to his
connection with tho Advertiser,
a paper which In In a position to
neiomptlah gloat things, but
which, throttgii Hh polio) uf ml
umn vituperation and over)
pe t) meanness. In despised from
one end of the Territory to the
other Many people hnvo thought
In tho past thnt the Advertiser
represented Thin stein's views,
hut, fortuuntol) fot him, ho
in ide It deal th.it ho had no part
In oi amp.ith) with the v ulg.tr
attacks made on ptihlle men by
thnt sheet Ho ma), then, be
given the bfliicllt of the doubt In
the meantime and not be cliarg
id with directing the polio.) of
bin p.iper, for with that Incubus
he would be an Vmpusslhlllt) .is
This is elthei dumnahl) faint
piaNo for Lonln A. or puts him In
the i lass with fools and knaves.
Thuiston admits ho owns ,i paper.
Ills Illlo friend" sn)8 he can't con
X X 5C K n ;t A It, A K H K K V-
It HONOLULU WEATHER V
,( f ,, J ) , ) x S W K 3( K W W ff K
,; 8 n m ,
Temperature 0 a III
70, 10 n m , 71, noon
llarometer, S a 111, 30 11, absolute
humidity, s u. m , s t2B grilns per
cubit foot, relative humldlt), 8 a. m,
CS per cent, don point, S n m . 59
Wind b n ni vclooitv 20, direction
,' i: . S a in , veloill) IS, direction
N i: . 10 a ni.veloclt) 17. direction
X i: noun velorltv 1G, illreottcni . i:
Itnlnrall during 24 bonis ended ,S a
m . tnce
Totnl wind movement dining 2J
hours ended at noon, :nn miles
W.M Jl STOCKMAM.
Section Director l" S Weither iiureati
. .IMIVIt, '
,1MUX. IhiUMKI AiCHItt.
u Hwcci i
Real Estate Dep't.
Beretania Street $40 00
Nuuanu Valley $50.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Kinau Street $25.00
Pcn'sacola Street $25.00
renacola Street $30,00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
I'anoa Valley $30,00
Thurston Avenue $100.
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in teal estate.
Tor n short time only, we offer a
house nt the Peninsula. lot 100x150
House modern and well built, $3000.
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co,. Lt.1,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant SU
We have marked our Purses and
Poeketbooka and everythlnn In our I
Leather Goods away down. I
We have a nice line to select from.
FINE STATIONERY. I
CREPE PAPER, all shades. I
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOYS for Dlrthday gifts always on
A Fine Line of PICTURES.
The Place To Go For These Thlnns.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KINO ST.
" cards on sale at
V-i 1 RlasaHMit
ft GENEROUS GEAR
Ulieu the great enithquakii nnd re
siiiinnt eoniiagrntlon Just n ear
h havoc In San Fran -
t.go wiought Sill
elsco, the stricken
? .'? "''
rmpt) hands to the llro Insurance
companies for relief, confidently ex
pecting thnt In their hour of need the
picileotlon for which they lind boon
pillfiitl) ia)lng tlitough tho pros
perous )o,ns would lie promptly
forthcoming Hut, nlas'llsappolnt
inctn followed dlsasterl The compa
nies In many cases were unequal to
the occasion, and In many others un
willing to make good. Compromise
and Repudiation wcio the order of
the da) At this crisis, prompted b)
n raio sense of fairness and a com
incndnblo appreciation of obligation,
one rompnn) rose In Its great
strength and distributed $2.r.r,,2!M..
P.1 amongst Its pollc) holders, pa) lug
their claims In full, asking no favors
and exacting no discounts. And this
fair and generous action nt once
placed Tho California Insurance, Co.
of Stn Tranclsco nt tho very head of
Hie list of pqpular nnd trustworthy
companies doing business In Califor
nia This romp.iny now has an ngpn
cy In) Honolulu In the office of Trent
& Co, ut 91fi Tort Street. It Is pop
ular!) known ns "The Company That
Here nro n few things that John
D Rockefeller could do if he so de
sired He touliPglvo J.1 1"i7 to every
man. woman nnd child In the fnltcd
Stat"s, he could own one-half of the
national banks In this countr) , ho
could pa) twice over nil the pensions
In the United Stutes for ono )ear; he
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it.MIIU JM, Mil lit' IJei, illl II1U IlllUlll-
ics accruing rroin r.illures in the
United States for one )e.u, he could
maintain vthe mivles of the United
States and Hiissla for one )ear and
(till hnvu enough left to be In tho
millionaire clats, he could buy the
entire produttlou.uf gold, sliver, cop
I er, kail and zinc In tho United
States for one )cni; he could pay for
the com ci slim of C, 000, 000 hcithen,
(estimating the avcrago cost of mulc
ting ono tonvctt nt mo.
Hlderlv .Spinster Ah, I ought In
l.avo nun led, thats wlicie I made the
1'rlend And I married, nnd Hint's
whero I mndo the mls,taKe Meggon
The Meal Department
OPENS AT G:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 p. m.
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may he arranged.
;;-. uw i
jf" iffiBTia .
The Mnlles nro to bo bought out and
ithere will Im mil) four teams In tint .
Honolulu iiusehiill League the coming
This result, which has long
1 ;,M?t.1,,'ltTLr I. V1!'.1 Ilw,,'',,bl0 " i',t,J"!
ii!'" orbing ntTfnlirnttendelim.;:
lug of tho Xt
ngue Thoe present
I'aul Iscnlicrg, Score -
tar) Ur.ink TIioiiiimoii, Messrs l'ctrle,
hernatider, .Moiisniint, (llc.isou nnd
The meeting was ct) short and
Ihcro was vci) little discussion on the
matter of buvlng the franchise as all
were of the hamo opinion, that since
me lentil inrnntr) was going iiwoy
nnd would be iinnhle to pLi it would
he bad polio) for n weak team In take
tliell place The tonus cm width the
are as M-"'? iX-h PZ i , r"mimh t V'm T "" "H'
one-half to bo paid nt the end of ihe,r ,cn,,"t'rH ,'1'1 110t " to tho
present season and one-half nt the end
of tho next season
King, who wns juesenl ns the lepre
s illative of the .Mnlles, slated that Ills
oigiiiil7.itfon wns satislled with the
terms olTeicd. Tho, $300 will be paid
b) being deducted from the part or the
receipts of the league which would
otherwise bu allured Jim rata b) the
The next mattir tnki n was the
schedule proiKisllliui Tho committee
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i ii . """"''" I"""' w "' matter will bo concluded this nftcr
wlth Its toHirt hut on account or the ,.,. ,.,, .,,.. ..... .. , ,
dropping or the .Mailes n new arrange- "' ' " ""? " !"?'" wnt " to"r""
tiient wau needed It wns decided that ' ,' '" 1,l'"",
It was best to have two uerlea iif'nlno rllu '""'"vlng bills ciimo up for
mimes apiece for each club Instead or third reiellng:
two series or elhht guiles ns has been
urn ciisiuiu. i no worn oi revising me
ohcdulo wns referred to tho commit
. . . .. ..
Show Legislators That
Oahu, Will Be
. JBrok e
The Hoard OS fiijici-vlsors hist night
hail n uiufeienlAvwIth the Kinnneo
Committees or the House and Senate,
tho subject or discussion being tho fu
ture fluaiicliil situation or tho County
o'r Onhii Supervisors Hustiice, Aich
er. l'ern, Harvey and Dwlght repre
sented the Hoard. Hustnce us ihulr
mau or tho Iloaul unci Aichcr as chair
man ot the lloaid's Finance Commit
tee, addressed tlio lenlslalnru. IVm
I nlso mndo u row icnuirks.
Hustiice mid Archer made telling ar
guments lu lavoi or providing tho
countv with additional iiione), show
ing tho obvious necesslt) of such leg
islation its would reimburse tho conn
t) treasui) for the loss It will sustain
h) tho passage ot tho bill b) which thu
Ineoino tnxes of corporations will bu
paid In tho tenuity lu which the) have
Ihell principal propel tics. This will
causii Onhii the loss or hair or tho plau
tntloii lnroino taxes lo which It haa
heictoforo been entitled, us thoso taxes
wero formcrl) paid In Honolulu
Detailed financial statements wero
produced, the .sum total or which was
ns follows. Heiotoroio the County ot
Oihu has had about $10,000 to spend,
Including the Intoiuo tnxes rcfeiiocl to.
It Is estimated that b) tho loss or this
lewnue tho iciiint)- will bo shoit about
flSOO, leaving It a balance or $.'u,000 n
month. 'I ho eiinont expenses or the
departments under the count), exclus
ive of tho load department, amount to
nhout 20.1 CO u month.
As u conseqiienco nil tho count)
would have left to sncnd on thn mad
dejinrtment would ho u llttlo over S3000
a month, riom this must ho deducted
tho pavnieiit of salaries or tho olllco
rmeo uiiil bluff of tho elcjiartment,
iinioiintlng to $2000, and the reed ot
me mines, etc., amounting to $1800, so
that In tho end only fiom $1200 tc
$1(100 II month woulcNbo left to snond
on" tho nctiial road work of tho tntlio
island or 0 ill it.
Iho Supoivlsois iiolntod out that it
would ho Impossible feu tho count)' to
get along on hue h a small amount. I
There vvcro only two wii)s out of tho I
dlllltulty, ono was to havo the Tenl
lor) provide additional icveuiio for tho '
county, and the other was to cut down I
If no iiddllloual levenuo wero pio-l
vlded It would thus bo necessary for'
tho count) to discontinue nil Its up I
piopllittlons ror tho Hawaiian hand1
nnd foi Iho miilntenanoo of parks. I
Tho Supei visors ni unused. In ordei '
lo tscajio tho dim necessity re fen eel to
niiove, mat tlio county ho given tho
lines mid ceibth collected 111 tho dlstikv ,
com Is, though not of thoso eases which ,
i.ii i led mi appeal to the higher cum la. ,
It vvas estimated that tho tenuity would
let nhout $12,000 fiom this mince. Tho.
Suneivlnu ubo pioposcd that tho'
iiiiint) should bo given ime-hair or tho
niniiiint eolleeled oil llcuiibo fees. This
will puih.ihl) amount to $100,000 a c.ir
lloi the coiiiiIj'h shuio. 1
Scnatoi Dow sett Ihoiight Hint n sum
1 total or $100,000 additional to what Is
l given now would, bo sufficient, but
Hustiice thought pot. i
Although no piomlsoB weio mndu by'
.no luKisi.uors me count) fnthcis mo
now lu hopes that tho icller asked for
will he ginuttd
ZJW BULLETIN ADS. PAY "TR.
tfsfieffi ii Ii i I m'itil
Smothers John Hughes
, Measure By Big
13d D.t) Afternoon Session
It the attitude of the House of
i UenreKciitiitlves on the mil.L.et .,,....
' ' " " oxpiosslng the wishes of
1 1 ' " "" J' .
I, , ,, "" " " "i"""- ""K"
1''" nI,l"g Hint lino was most offc
unity nnd emphatically snt upon yes-
tenia) nlternoon, nnd with the ex
ception of Its fathei seemed to find
no rrlends among the members.
Tho bill was taken up In Commit
too ol the Whole nnd disposed of In
j'bout ten minutes. Hughes nppar-
cnti) rcit tho cold wind of disapprove
nl blowing upon his measure, for he
tried to hnve consideration of It post'
niggestlon. They wanted to kill tho
bill nnd get rid of It.
lYiilclopti 'nnd Kiinllio vvcro the
most vigorous opponents of tho mens
tire, unci both mndo specchei against
It. Kiinlho'H motion to postpone the
I.I"II Indefinitely carried with almost
rurther consideration of the sal
ary appropriation bill was postponed
UUtll tlldnV. It lu nvtw.f.l.,,1 fln t.n
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House Hill 18C, nn net requiring
tint all nternretera ,,r Tn,ini
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courts shall be United States citizens,
passed vv Ithout debate.
House IIIII 192. requiring tho fur
t tailing of Information lognrdlng the
possession nnd ownership or firearms
mid ammunition, passed nlso without
Senate Hill 1C4, authorizing the
manufacturing unci supp)lng of elec
tric light nnd power in the district
of Wullukii, cie.iti'd consldcriibloMls
cuuslon. Naknlckn offered nn amendment to
the effect Hint tho Hlcctrlc Light Co.
or Wnlluku shall file with tho Super
intendent or Public Works the gross
) early receipts or the company. Adop
ted. Kunllio thought this hill should not
cover nny parts of Maul other than
the district or Wnlluku. Ho said
that three sessions ago a bill giving
a fianchlso to the Itnpld Transit Co
negative to the rights and privileges
or the old 1 lawn Hun Tromwii)s Co.
was brought to tho attention of tho
Leglshitmo and treated heated dis
cussion There might ho n moro
beneficial company established for
tho Maulans In the rutin e, said Ka
nlho. hut under this hill the absolute
light Is given to this company, unci
rutin n companies will ho barred out
Kalciopu moved that consideration
or this bill bo dcrerted roi one week.
Cni I led
Senate Hill 7tS, piohlbltliig any
person or corporation from destro)
lug, rutting and damaging Xlovorn
ment roads without tho consent of
tho Hoard or Supervisors, passed third
Senato 1)111 88, legulatlng tho Im
portation or bees from foreign coun
tiles, nlso passed without opposition.
The following bills passed second
House Hill 13,-, nulhorlzlng nnd
providing for tho manufacture, main
tenance, dlstilhutlon, sale and sup
ply of electricity for Illuminating unci
power pui poxes In tho Tenltory of
costs but a very little more
than you used to pay for plat
cdvvare, but it will last a
We have a large stock of
all the late patterns.
NEW YORK PRICES
thnntm i.vk -"ftotdiiiHry ia,
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Melow
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
002 90) NUUANU STREET.
Hnvvail, referred to the Commerce
House Hill 200, making special ap
propriations for tho County or Maul,
referred to tho Finance Committee.
House Mill 201, appropriating $1R,
000 ror clef ra lug the expenses ot
translating the session laws or l'JOr,
nnd 1907 from Hngllsh Into Hnvvail
nn, nnd for printing said translation,
referred to the Public Hxpcndlttircs
House Hill 202, relating to tho
holding of real eatnto unci corporate
stock by banking corporations, i of cr
ied to the Judiciary Committee.
OIUIICT TO MISS hadi,i:
Representative Joseph Intioduccd
the following resolution:
Whereas, the Hoard of Commission
ers or Public Instruction, at their
last meeting held on the Uth day of
April, 1007, did mako a certain ap
pointment In the (lovcrnmcnt school
i Hunted nt I.ahalnn, Maul; nnd
Whereas, wo feel nnd firmly bo
llcvo that such appointment has been
made contrary to the best Interests of
tho Department of Public Instmi tlon,
contrary to the best Inleiests or the
school In question, nnd contrary to
tho lerommcndatlons mndo by In-
epcctois and other officers of the said
Whercns, we bcllovo thnt tho said
appointment should not hnvo been
made, and that the action or said
Hoard or Commissioners or Public In
struction should bo rescinded;
Thercrore, we, the House of Hep
lcscntiitlves or the session or 1007,
hereby request the Superintendent of
tho Department of Public Instruction
to call n special meeting of said
Hoard to take under discussion tho
mat tor In question nnd ho required to
glvo tho reasons for making such
appointment nnd other matter that
may ho required of them; nnd, fur
ther, that this House of Representa
tives be notified as to tho time for
which said meeting Is called, to en
able those who desire, to ho piescnt at
That, rurther, a special committee
of three members or this House of
Repicscntntlves bo appointed by the
Speaker to investigate, ho present nt
raid meeting, nnd report to this
House of Representatives tho result
of their findings.
Rico, with tho consent of tho In
troducer, moved thnt the Hduoutlon
Committee Instead of tho special
committee mnke investigation,
Tho resolution was adopled by the
A communication from tho Senato
was lead, stating thnt the House
amendments to Scnnto Hill SI had
been concurred In by tho Semite.
Sonata Hill 97, amending tho
County Act, was transmitted from tho
fcenate and passed first reading.
Tho rJonnto Informed tlio I louse
that It hud adopted tho icport of thn
Confeicuco Committee on Senato Hill
LOCAL, OPTION HILL
At ttilti the Hcniso wont Into Com
mittee of tho Whole on House Hill
75, Hughes' local option hill. Rep-
iCbcntatlvo Con en took the chair.
As boon as the bill was lead
Hughes moved that tho commtttco
ilso nnd teport progiess.
Kalciopu Indignantly objected. Ho
raid tho House ought to consider tho
Rawlins agreed with him. Ho said
tho bill had been In committee along
with Long's nntl-tiont hill, nnd thoy
had cicntcd nil scuts of consternation
there. He thought It ought to be
considered nnd disposed or.
HILL A (IOOD ONU
Hughes, the Introducer or the bill,
mndo u speech In suppoit of It. "Any
measure," ho said, "which will put u
miuzlo on promiscuous selling or llq
oi Is u good ono. Does It not seem
that it man ought to have Intelli
gence enough to vote as to whether
ho wants n hull-house, a iiiiu-shop,
next door to him? All tho crimes
that aie committed spilng from
"I think It Is nn Insult to tho Intel
ligence of this llnuso for nny man to
hnvo to got up hero nnd defend this
bill, fen cveiy man knows what u tot-
IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
PHONE MAIN 308.
t Itilo thing drink Is. I am support
ing this local option bill because I
think It Is u step In the right dliec
t Ion, n step tovviiid i1istiei)lug this
terrible thing drink."
Kiletopu said he had not known
the real merits of the hill until
Hughes spoke, but now ho wns eon-
'vine od Hint If the hill passed, the
selling or liquor would be more plo
mlscuotis than It Is now,
I Thin bill would piob.ihly accom
plish Us object U evei) County had
Its missionaries. In thu I'ifth Dis
trict thero ore thirteen precincts unci
every one of them would vote to hnvu
saloons. If this law passes, jou will
find nioio promise nous selling of liq
uor In the Fifth District than then
And how many mo Iheio lu Hie
l'ouith . District who would volo
Kalciopu reared, ho said, thnt If
this bill wore to pass, the people
would pi) mine attention to it nt tho
next election than to the election or
"Thcio me only 100 voters In my
own precinct or the Fifth District mid
most of them me lu ravin or having
liquor sold. The same Is hue or all
tlio other precincts of tho Fifth Dis
trict. If )ou wish to preserve the
happiness of homes, I nsk )ou lo post
pone this hill Indefinitely"
MISSIONARIES COULD MOVI3
Kunlhn. ot course, hud something
to any. All ho could see In tho llll
wns Hint In mlsslouiiiy pieclncts liq
uor would not ho sold, nnd In pie
clncts without ninny mlsblonurhs,
there would bo liquor sold. Tho on
lv thing tho missionaries could do In
the hitter enso would bo to get out
nnd move Into a proclnrt that had
moro missionaries. Then tho nils
slon.ulcs woujd bo nil together. I
move tho committee ilso mid teport
Hint this hill bus been Indefinitely
postponed. I think that Is tho way
It should bo put."
Kunllio advanced n fow arguments,
thn logic or which nobod) but him
self could see. Among otheis, ho
thought tho hill gavo tho Tiensiiier
too much powei. ns It allowed him
to miiko laws- the pierogutlvo of tho
Leglslutuie ror tho iigulatlou or s.i
Ironj. Ho thought this would como
In tho same ciitegoiy as tho law
which allows tho Hoard of Health to
mako rules for sanitation, etc., which
provo dtsnstious to somo people.
Sheldon thought tho hill n good
ono, but, ho. said, there Is nnother
bill which eoveis the objectionable
points "Let us pass this aside nnd
f,o on to tho leal thing."
The motion that thn romniltloo
Ilso and iccomniend thnt tho hill ho
Indellnltoly postponed milled nnd tho
Tho IliTnbo iidjnurncd
The Dect Chroi.uur.iph for the mon
ey in the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1250 FORT ST. near ORtJHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.