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'JViijii Mnru April 11
For Ban Franel.eoi
Honolulu!! ........... ...April 11
Mnkurn April 28
Kculandln April 25
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
SCHOOLS ATTACKED AGAIN
LABOR RECRUITERS WAIT TO STRIKE
BE GIVEN NEW
Suggested To Governor As
Head of Board of Ag
riculture. Political geisslp around llio corrlilorH
cif tho Judiciary building lx busy Just
now wllli llio )nposiMl reorganization
of tlio Department of I'ulillc WorkH
unci the future Incumbents of the of'
flees of superintendent of public hinds
miii territorial nurvcyor. Hinco tho
Kcnnto iicciiini timt tiio .lcparimcnt H
rumorii imvo i.ccn miuy h to who
win Hucccci oinipbcii in two ot l.n
One plan suggested to Governor
I'rear by n member of tho Senate and
n niim nhn is rrciiiieei witii dciiir on
uri.llv L'riml tt.rm with lilm. Is that
Secretary Mott-Smllh should relinquish
his position as president of tho Hoard
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of Health and .bccon.o executive head
of tho Hoard of Agriculture, and lor-
entry. It Id argued that Mott-Hinllh
has lieliird to plnco thu Hoard ofUe'.ilth
on a IiIkIi utamlnrd of edleleiioy and
that Its'worli In now so well organized
tj:int ho Is not needed" so much an for-
merly. rUrlhrrmore, It I felt that
llo.t-fin.lfl. cn.i do'a lot of hene.lt to
the Hoard of -ABrlculturo and Forestry.
which, It Is admitted, should lake even
a nioro Imiiorlunt part In tho iidmlnls-
tratlvo prograln than It 1ms done In
It Is eoneeded by a number of IcbIs-
lators In touch wllh llio situation that
Walter 11 Wnll. chief assistant tcrrl-
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uiriai Burt-"jiiii in . mv mm.w v...-
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inriin uiirvnviir in mi inn iiiiniiiiiii il-il
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mien vumiiimvi. n..,. ..u..,. o.... ..-.. off tl0 Korea.
So far, ll.cro has been little talk of any ,rhe ,,I1l)n written by Assoclato
other man for this plnce. Justice Terry, llnds that the detention
Tho position of commissioner of pub- r tlm Klllplnos was without wariant
lie lunds Is tho ono that lias caused nIld condemns their behiB held uncom
mon) Kueshcs than any other. It was miinlcniln at tho Jail
stated yesterday that scerul weeks 'The petition for a writ of habeas
UK,, the Outcrnor Intlmaled his will- rorpu was kIkiio.1 by ono Irani i II.
hiBiiess to name rrederlcK 11 S.eere X J'SS
imuiHcer of tho rc estnto department nnJ un.gCH inl ,,,, coc ,SI1H f.
of tlm Wnlorhoi.HO Trust Co, for tho ,ml, w (,10 rmlfon tinl t H m
lilace, but that Mr. Steero prefers to ,)sl(,0 to obtain tho slBiiatures or
remain In prlvato business. A. W oaths of said parties to a petition of
Carter has also been mentioned, but It like naturo In their own behalf, they
Is doubted If ho would accept.
United Slntea District Attorney
llreckons sated tills morning that the
lcport of his being associated wllh
K. M. Watson In tho defenso of Craig
"' '"'""' , .i ,,
"I luiio Hei'ii retained In my prlv
alo capacity." mild tho United States
uiHiiiuv iuiiimiuj, n, ivnv iiiu iuii-
stltiillimalltv of tho new emigrant
Il.eeHons' ainllatlon will, tho caso
a caused s.trprlso. particularly In
view of the opinion held by somo lo-
...it iiMornniH tbat thn l.ttnek to hn
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inndo ilium tho ciiiislltullo.iallty of Iho
now lawn can bo regarded as np-
p.oachlng n rodenu cuos.tlon. It Is
also contended that tho United Stntoa
tl.ul-l.il Altn.iiai. lulllll.l l.n .......n.l ...
ijiniiivi ,in..iv ""mhi ,w jfiuvuu 11.
liilhcr a dlnicult position If Craig Is
p.nseci.led upon any Koilernl e-lia.go,
In that caso llreckoui being forced to
Artlng on n wilt of attachment Is -
r.i.na mi tlm l.iRtnneo of II. If.-.elifnl 1
A- Cn ltd thn bleb slimM's offlcn
v .. , ., 1 .. .. o.iwi.t.n V.....W
Imlnv lie,, un Cnntiiln Mlllor's fleet
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wllh the exception o( nuo launch. Thu
Blenmer James Makco, schooner Cou-
curd and ouo launch havo hcen at
tached. Tho amount tunned as debt
It. $U7S. owing to Hackrcld & Co. by
tho Mlllor Snlvago Company
' Wlnflcld Hon., tho ulloinoy who
camo down from tho Coast on tho
Senator, ln now nslioro conferring
with customs ofhclnls,
W 0 k 1 7 II u 1 1 e 1 1 n f 1 per jtar.
Holds JVten Taken Off Korea Subjects
Off Illegal Restraint In Legal
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April
porto nican ana roriuguese laoorers wnu arnvuu in aun
Francisco from Hawaii sailed today when a vessel left for
the Alaskan canneries. Most of those who came refused to
go north after they had learned more about the conditions
0f jnejr employment, and will try to get employment in Cal-
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SITUATION. TI,o teW t hind over- witnesses,
The Supreme Court thlt morning
''" " A1"11 ',abM. cc,r1fu' h.e
F p no. held ai witnesses by the pros-
P of bop ,
st(,amshtp Senator remain. off port,
wat0 for emBrant to fill tho va-
Frank Craig, chief of the labor
agents, believed to have been ashore
In Honolulu lt night and to have
visited omc plantation.. ,
Well-defined repor that another raid
n Hwll l'bor wl" b made ,loht-
Tio orilor fif U(j cr(.u,t Ju(ru , ,,.
nti rct i,y ,lw and lnvulld. Thopo-
itom.rK nro illsehurged"
Willi these words tho Supremo Court
concluded Its elght-pae decision this
mornliiR on tho habeas euriuis proceed-
Ings hmiiKht by II M. Watson, In bo-
luilf of tho labor recruiter, I'rnnk II.
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Crnlu. and iiBiilnst Jailor Ascb In lie-
half of fifteen Klllplnos who wero taken
havliiK be'cn by the hereinafter-named
Julius W. Asch (netliiB under tbo In
struction, ns petitioner Is Informed and
believes and upon such Information nml
bnlli.r alleues. of John W Cnthcnrt, ut-
i(.n i.v for tlm City and County of
Honolulu) refused the prlvllCRo of con
sulthiB counsel eiiBUBed t represent
ii,, .i,i or llio rlcbt to nlllx their slKiia-
turcs to u petition priMiarcd In their
In half directed to tho tfuprcmo Court
of Hawaii. prayliiK their Illicit-, which
mum nettilnn so nrenared said parties
""". '" ,"""'., ,,' ,, ,iKi,u of
, , ,, lmvlllR ,,rTOr..tiMl to said
,, r,.mo (.lirt Tho truth of this lis-
frim ,, llot ,u-nle-it In tho return;
or In any of tbo evldcneo n.imieeiiiiii p()r , mhcrBely on llcprcsentatlvo
rlinlriiryi u was attempted to bo, Vales' ,m to compel tho Installation1
j,,,,,,,,.,, m Ul closing iirgumtnt 'ot r i.mHos on sttect em's. Yntes
viille no Hpecl.le rener is iiskcu i
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iih ill linn iti. ".i ' ... ... - --..-
..,, i nM,rn our un.llmlined ills-
i rinii in lAiunn " iiiii.i.iii.
,,'., of tho proeedun. complained
"" ,r0e ' f tl... fundamental rights of
vory citizen is that ot being repro-
,-.i i... ......u,.l u finllr.ii1 iiroeeed-1
semen uy ..wtin. ... -
B11 an, n this Instanco It la liumii-
i,r whtlher the. iconest for the eiu -
piomcnt of counsel originated wllh
tho petitioners thornse-lve-v or with
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.o.iiuoiiu eiv 111 iii.-ii i"-ti' ,'i
menls to Iho free nxerclso of this right
by peii-ons In tin. situation in wnicii
these petitioners found thcmsclveViiro
1 Ueferrlng to llio technical right of
! Circuit Judge. Whitney to Issuo tlio or-
Jer 1 ommlttlng the l'llll'lnos to Jail as
....,,..1... u ., follmi..,'
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, ., .,i.,. I , J... ,... .. 1 nl.n lillinPU Itl
"CI. cult Judges at ehnmbers Imvo
not Inherent power, aside fiom statute, nnd thn cnmmltteo'n report udoiited In- mrtment. The roBOlutlou wns rec
to requlro proposed witnesses tn .glvo ,ung tho bill. ' nmmended for Inhlliig In Its present
1 erognUuuees lo iipp-ar and testify bo- Tho nnancn ccinmltteo recommended form, but Iho eommltteo lut.ndlicod
foio the grand Jury, when tho licensed tho tnbllng of Affonsn'H bill to pro- nnolhcr, piovldlng that tho chest of
has not beeii'commlltod to trial or held hum certain corporations from cngng- silverware ho turned over If Kuliln
to await tho uctlou of Iho grand Jury ing In retail mercliandlseln brief, n will come through with $1, legal lend
nnd no Indictment Is actually under blow nt plantation stores On Wenls or, to make tho transfer legal. Tlio
consideration by tho grand Jury or to motion, netlon on tho report wns do- eommltteo thinks that tho glhcr waro
commit tho witnesses to Jail without ferred until April 20. which practically Is scnlnij no good uso In tho archives
giving them nn opportunity to furnish kills the bill building, wheieas It might ho put to
tho recognizances." House mil !37, tho latest of the bills vory geiod ino by Kuhlo.
iiorerring runner to tno iiuestion 01
r ., Aj. -Lrtt.' .ii)h.i.Ui.,
22 PAGES. HONOLULU,
8. Few of the Filipino,
. recognisance, to testify l-eforo Brand
Juries, as well im at trials. Is rssentl.il
to tin? wise administration of jusllco
In this Territory and lcfilslatlon should
he enacted providing for an extension,
to this extent, of llio remedy now
funiMicd by our statute, subject nl
of course, to proper limitations
mid mfeRimrils nKalust the iibu( of
tin- power. (Tim writer deems It suf-
flclent to say on this subject that If
ruch all extension of tbo remedy Is
esi.enllul or desirable, application for It
shounl bo made to tho l.cBlslatiire.V'
The nctual vourt proceedlnics this
mornlnB wero of less than two min
utes' duration. Chief Jintleo Robertson
sliimlv statliiK that the
were ordered dlseliarKed In aeconlanco
with llio lludlnKS of tlio court set forth
In tho opinion. i
S. M. Anlluii was In court, reprc-
senthiB the firm of Kinney, llallou,
Prnsscr & Anderson, and Attorney,
Dorn of San rrnnelsco, who cumo down
Holmtor. wn present with E.
M. Watson, who represenled CnilB In I
tlm habeas corpus proceedliiBM nml
whose e-ontentlnns nro sustained by this
(Continued on Page 2)
Yates Measure Tabled as Un
necessary On Report
Senator Judd's bill iillowlng eminent
domain rlelils to InlKi.tlon companies
wan Introduecd In tho- Uouso this
morning. Senator llrown's concurrent
resolution ciilll.iB upon ConRress
enact tho Km. ditch bill also mado
Tim hnniih ..'.,! nolleo eommltteo
or air lirilKes on siiecv ears. i men
,f n ado u hard IlKht and a Kood light for
ins measure. i air pia is im i waui.
,,,M iii.-iinui f.ii. i.ii.j ,-..,,. . ,.,.,
,, .,,, .. , ,ll Inn.ls enmmlt-
no t it ki u mu iiuhiiu iiih ."iiiim-
tce l0lll(, ,)rl)UlIo flir ,Ur hrnkeit on
!., ,iy COuld they not bo
.. -l.l 111 II ....1.II. Inmlu nntvon It
... a......i,- 41. n 11..... ,1 rr.nnul.
1 ,ii, niminti, mu i,.,i ....
company seems nfrnld of this bill, Just
'ui,j. nn-i i(nmv. as It has already
nnnoiiuecd that It In going to Install
u,p iirtikcs." -
rm ...... u n. ... .......... in ..n
1 oney, (iiu.r.niiu m 1110 iuiniiuiiui',
defended tho report, which Is In sub -
Bta.ieo that tho bill Is unnecessary, ns
ll)r i,ruhcH nro pot ndnptablo to tho
I tmnller cars used by tho itapld TVnn-
Rt company and that ulr brnkes aro
ow being Installed on tho now and
larger cars The bill Is nlso condemn -
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"i. as i' n 1.
, motion to defer action w-ns lost
to reguiato emigrant recruiters, was
(Continued on Pago 4)
k.nlCli, iw. nn.jllf .4.., .. . .y,,!
MORE THAN THREE THOUSAND HONOLULU HOMES
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. 22
School Bill Is Delayed ;
Showdown Coming Monday
(Associated Press Cnble.)
WA8HINGT0N, D. C, Apr. 8. Sen
ator Borah Introduced a bill In the
Senate today for a national univer.lty
in Washington, to train the youth, of
America for public service.
IS NOT YET DECIDED
(Assoeluled Trees Cible.)
WASHINGTON D. C, Apr.
pre,rionl Taft v' rp decide upon the
con.ltti vu') mini Congre..
AMPRIPAM WJIiTrl M
TACKLES 400 MEX.
cAssoclated Press Cuble.)
MEXICALI, M.x Apr. 8 Stanley
William., leader of the rebel band of
Americans, at the head of eighty-five
In.urrecto., engaged in a battle with
400 Mexican federals near hero today,
liUIMVIU l -milMtttb Mttt
KILLED BY EXPLOSION
f Associated Press Cable
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Apr. 8.-
hundred and fifteen convict, employed
in tho mines here were killed at the
result of an underground explosion
MINE EXPLOSION ENDS
LIFE FOR 85 MINERS
(Assoclatld Press Cable.)
SCRANTON, Pa., Apr. 8 Eighty
five are known to bo dead a. thore-
.ult of the explosion here ye.terday in
I the coal mine.. The fire I. under con
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra went
Into drydnck whilo at San Kranclsco
nnd ns n result of tho cleaning and
I reinillllliiKi le nonui mill iju unu im
ro-'lnto III leaving tho coaBt port for Ho
"' . . .
According o n cahlo rccolvcd this
murnliig lit tho ngency of C. "rower
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& Company tho ferry boat will sail
fn,m Sa" PrnnrlHco ut noon tomor-
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! uhhwij u p.j-i - w
fw- " wl" ITOUauiy urillfi
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Btcamor Into Honolulu either 'Into em
n8ht or cury on Saturday
ii,iirt ip lirjtnpn
KUHIU lb NcAnbri
I'rlnco Kuliln, Dclegnlo lo Congress,
1 ., .. , n
1 w'" I'rohably get tho fnmoiiB sllicr
survicu pivu;u .0 mm, nuun "-
mehn III by Knireror I.ouls Napooon
In 1858 and hnnded "U down until It
icachort Knhiknua. Tho flnanco com-
nuueo 01 1110 uouso 1111s ninnuug
, ported on
I tllrllltlt. Ill
tli 11 -nnniirrnnt rmmliiMnli
II'Wl IV.I Wit IIIW vilUHIIVIIt ,...,,.. ......
turning Iho chest of sllier wmo ovor
lo tho delegalo irom 1110 arcn.ves 11c-
Jjsr-DULLETIN ADS PAY
Industry and Civic
Tax Rate Coupled With Education Mea
sureBusiness Men Demand Vq.
Limit Committee Splits
n :t n it tt :::::: t: tt tt it u
U Minority of finance ceimmltteo U
II block consideration of tux bill, IS
which results In delay of school It
It hill. Plan to limit tax-rato to tt
t: emo mid ono-olKhtli per cent, U
tl which majority of flnnnco com- St
tt inltlco consider not en'ouRh to tt
tt Riiaranti'o school funds. Action tt
tt postponed until Monday. Show- U
XI down promised by both factions, tt
tt tt tt tt tt u t: tt tt tt u tt tt tt tt tt ::
Hawaii's schools am not Bnfo let.
Korccs lukewarm, to say llio least,
on tho subject ot anpmiirluuiiK mo
ney to cducato tlio children of tho
Territory havo renewed In tho Housu
the veiled attack lundo on tlio school
hill In tlio Senate.
Tho attack on the school Mil In the
Houso has been mado Indirectly, In
the form of a demand that tho tnx
rate shall ho limited definitely to ono
nml ouu-clBlHIi IT cent, Inasmuch
,ih tlio tax rate dctonnlncs partially
the nmount of money nvatlxhlo for
appropriation, tho passago of tho tax
bill and tho school hill have been
coupled, with tho tax hill (list. Un
111 It Is settled, tho legislative Ilium
clers nro not ready to pass tho school
And It Is over the subject of the
tax hill that the House flnanco com
mittee has split. This morning tho
majority of the comn.lttco handed In
a brief report, reconimondlnB tho
parsuKo of tho bill without tho limit,
Charles A Illco, chairman, S. I. Cor
rca. M. K. Mnkokau and John P.
llnlo signed the majority report.
William Williamson, of Oalui, Nor
man Watklns, of Oahu, and George p,
Cooke, of Molnknl, nro tho minority
lnenibc.s who nro not ready to paB3
tho tnx hilt wllhoul tho limit
Tho minority report was not flloJ
SENATORS VOICE STRONG
CRITICISM OF CAMPBELL'S
LAND DEPARTMENT POLICY
Criticism of tho land department us
administered under tho a stem of con
solidation, by which Marsloii Campbell
bus been tho exe-cullvo head for thu
past two years, occupied the attention
of tho Senato this morning and pro
vented much routine work being ac
complished It was expected tbut Senato HIM No.
21 the npuronrlatlon bill would bo
passed thlu morning on third reading,1 160,000 If need be, but let us know It
but argument on tho proper amounti Is needed"
to bo paid lo tho land nnd survey do- Tnlrchlld then stated that tho meus
partmrnts for expenses delayed tho! urement of streams should be specl-
measure ami It Hail lo Ho deferred,
until M inday
Senators Hewitt nnd Knlclopu de
clared that tho survey department was
In need of more llnanclul aid from tho.
Territory than wus tho land depurt-
ment. declaring that liomebteadliighadl
been returdnd by freeiuent dechirutlons'
that thcro was un Insumclcncy ol rumls.
to carry on survey work.
"l,et us glvo tho survey department
all that It rculros," said Hewitt, mid
Kali-loud uWn Insisted that the land
department should bo cut down and
more funds given to tho rod nnd chain
Senator Chllllngworlh thought It
would bo a good Idea to summon Sur
veyor Wall beforo tho Senato In an
effort to discover Just how much ho
needed for tho work of his department.
When Wnll nrrlvnl ho stated that ho
had submitted estimates cnlllng for nn
appropriation of $33,000 for tho next
biennial period. '
today. It Is promised for Monday I
The report Is written. Tho minority
members have It In their possession.'
but not ccu tho majority members
of the committee know what It Is, I
Hut It Is belloicd to ho a report
that the tax rato bhall not bo more
than 'ono and ono-elshth per cent If
that is tho caso, the minority roport
endangers the school appropriation,
for the majority of tho members do
not bcllcvo the school appropriation
Is guaranteed with n limit of ouo
and ono-elRhth per cent. It Is point
ed nut that It valuations should drop.
If sugar should be at n low prlco for
Iho next two years, a tax rnlo of ono
and one-elghlh per eont would nol
prnvldo for thc,.scuooIs. Tho major
ity of tho committed has figured this
out with expert knowledge, and nro
satisfied that tho demand that n lim
it of one and ono-clgtt!i per cent rato
no nxcii is unwise.
The outward Indications of tho fight
Ihat Is browing nro few. This morn
ing. tho majority of tho flnanco com-
mlltoo recommended the pnssago of
tho tax bill aa stated above. Tho min
ority report. It was stated would bo
ready for Monday, ami tho Houso
postponed 'consideration of the irc
portK until that time.
Tho Houso also iiostponcd consid
eration of tho school hill nnother day,
until Tuesday, for all of tho mem
bers of tho flnanco commttteo ngroo
Hint tho tax bill should be rennrtod
and then tho school bill taken up, tho Iho substitute bill covers tho same
lnttcr appropriating monoy provided .objects sought In Senator Tlrown'sorlg
by tho former nai bill, In recommending which tho
Chairman I,ong of tho education' cnmmiuee has written n report which
committee, furnished the only ovl-. .,- ,i,i . .ht ii. n.-
denco of tho coming scran. When thn'
school hill was postponed until Tues
day ho said:
"Mr. Speaker, I wnnt nssunu.co
(Continued on Page 4)
Senator Knlrchlld stated that ho had I
been cndcavorlnc far 11. month tn .n. I
euro nccurnto data from tbo govern -
mint tbut would show tho flow of wu-
i?.r "" B0Vt'n"nCnt ""'08' l,Ut wUh0Utby them did not care to excrclsoths, j
"It appears that this vital asset has1
been absolutely neglected by the gov- reason lor sucn oppuomui. umi w.i"
eminent,' snld l'nlrchlld. "Aro wo to nlllllntlons and connections with tho
sit hero and appropriate money slm-1 scvernl trust companies doing busl
ply bis.-ai.so somo department asks for ncss In tho Territory rendered Is un
it? I say glvo tho survey department
fled ns a part of tho survey department
work, adding that there would be more
results ns far ns tho public treasury
was concerned, than by "tho dlsslna-
tlqn of money by fnko ho.ncateadlng."
The Senato approved, In bnlf-hcarted
fashion, of nn amendment to Vi con-
tlngent fund providing that J1000 of
tbo 1110,000 given to tho Governor shall
be turned over to tho eommltteo hnv-
ing In chnrgo tbo arrangements "for
that certain holiday known us Ilegatta
a ......I...I.,., .., -!.... .. k.
Hllo supervisors asking that 17277.50
bo Inserted In thn appropriation bill
for tho purchaso of u portion of the
Hllo watershed from tho American
Board of I'orclgn Missions.
A substitute bill was Introduced by
tho Onhu select eommltteo appropriat
ing not more thnn $100,000 for tho pur
chnso by tho Territory of tho water
rights In Pauoa Valley held by tho lato
The greateit help that any merchant
can court, In climbing 8UCCE8S HILL,
It that help given by clean, reliable ad.
verll.Ing In a newepaper that goes Into
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HIGH SCHOOL IS
(Kpcclnl Dul let In Wireless.)
HILO, Apr. 8. As a result of th
visit here of Superintendent of Pub.
lie Instruction Pope, to Investigate
the high schol row over the suspen.
slon of 'Mrs. Compton, a teacher, the
whole school has been closed and
Principal Frank A. Richmond sut.
pended, pending action by the board
n....altaJHt dan A l aincHlfln (a
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Honolulu toaayne uytiiut n.s .
"on """ ""- B """" "-'"
of the evidence he has agthered at
becauso of the community agitation.
LOSE FIGHT IN
Ways and Means Committee
Declares Strongly For
;ltcr 11 number of public hrarlnga,
nt" which tho tanking and trust com
iviny Interests of thJ Territory were
Cued up solidly against tho bill Intro
duced In the Senato by Senator Cecil
Iirown, grunting banks tho privileges
of trust companies, tho ways and
means committee of tho upper houso
has prepared a substitute nlll and has
udvocatcd Its passago in a report to
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position to the passago of tho bill '
1 "was jl
due to motives other than legal
Hill No. 97. authorizing tho appoint
ment of n bank examiner, was tabled
on tho recommendation of tho com
mittee, tho members finding that ths
present laws were sudlclcnt.
"Throughout tho discussion of thesa
bills by those Interested, thcro wero
practically no legal ' objections ad
vanced against their becoming law,"
says the committee. "This, In tho opin
ion of your committee. Is to bo re
gretted, nnd It resulted In leaving th
Impression In the minds of some mem-'
hers that tho main opposition was dun
to motives other than legal objec
tions. Tho Introducer claimed the opposi
tion to his measures was principally
J ol, the giound that his opponents In?
, . ,.f ,,, iiu,iness conducted
nddltlonnl powers sought, claiming ns u
necessary for them to use such pow-
(Continued on Page 7)
TWO DAYS' BATTLE
(Borclal Bulletin Cable)
EL PASO, Tex, Apr. 8. Heavy
flfjhtlnp; Is reported from Velardena,
In the state of Durango. The result
SAN rrtANCISCO. Apr 8. Ileets;.
88 analysis. 10s. 6 1-Jd.; parity, 4 :2c
1-rovious mioiniion, ivs. hmu
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