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be taUen up through the initiativ? oaai-id by the people themielves. Floored by Queationi. The tfternoofl session of the e..n tnce, beginning st i an?i laattag ? ; s t .??? -? brought a ? Umax to ,.,,? i proceedings Question after qi r.r.n ?a.? hurled at Becrotary Hi; who adasitted his knabiUt) to an? man. Of them Toward the do? of the meetins: aroOS and said T have aald all 'ha* I .ame to - i ha\. un wered a;: of ftr- <|ueett th.ii havi been aaked and mi n Tu- i.? sadod whenever you n fer i thai you havi conferred as mi i like with 'he tppres.'nian? s ih<- Preaideat i inm? with no programme, aim 11 confer. I ha\e presented tile 1'ir r!rnt'5 views SS I understand them. communicated to him this Bft i.icml prop??sitions after list' . what yon have ha?J to say 'i night bmlt to h'm the furtt questions you have aske?) me, ?alii attention to the statutes of Washiti \ ia. an?! I shall be pi par'?i to-morrow, I hope, i?> g?ve > his snswet Much of the debate during 'he aft? noon hinged upon whether Califorr Should he ?|ue-t?on^'l m passing a la -imilsr to those previously enacted ! the - ?irur?-<* of Washington si Irisona, In which states ?liens "ineiis rttlsenshlp*' sre barred. Senator Boynton called attention the wording of the Arixons law, at ing Secretary Bryan what would be '.i effect upon the national co\ernm?nt California f:<.<-d a ?-imitar restrictI, i.pon her land. I am not prepared to snswer th: .r.o--i ;ot.." replied Secretary Brya but will havs to -isk for Inatructioi from Washington." Qovernot .ir-hn...n made a brief bi pet h 11 'Jeferic e of the DOS lion iaU?-n b) thi majority party i ? i fornia. Hs Indicated plainly thi the opip'nn e,f ||)-* ? d mi H 1 St t St '.'?11 I? mained unchanged b] the ?argument ?put for'?a'd by Mi Bryan. When Governor Johnson look hi teat there wai ?? general feeling th_ thl liten land situation had been ?el tied, re canil' ss of what misch' b? forth com i 77 from Waahington. Th' conference adjourned ?n meo sgaain at ihe call of the presiding of"l ? ?-i?, of both houses, whenever Beer* lar; 17r\.,n shall indi? ale that he hat ??? slved further information from Washington. Secretar) Bryan srrl sd In Sacra? mento at R o'. lot h this morning Wan his consent, plans were laid for an im? mediate hearing, and shortly afiei '\ loch the fir m session of the confer? ence besan 1 ni il ih< doors <?l the K? eml chamber wew 'loser, and :ked Secretar) r.ryan refuse?, to give mklinp of hi:? message to an\ i ne, and even at lbs conference he spoke onh after legislator* had explained fully the public demand fot alien land '?"Kirlation tha' brought about the pros sat situation. Th" conferenci opened with Ueuten* ?v?? Qevernov Wallace In the ehair a.id W cretary Bryan seaiM with Qovernot r ,t"V.r<-?n ;in-i Spraker ?' <; fOUUg, Of 'he <-??-mbl> on the platform. S*>cre S. JUtatmt ? (Eu. are new holding an important Special Sale of Women's Tailor-made Suits at.$25.00 to 42.00 Regular prices $38.00 to 80.00 The following Special Sales will be continued this clay (Tuesday): Women's Paris Gowns, Dancing Dresses, Riding Habits and Brocaded Linen Robes; Misses' and Girts' Commencement, Class day and Graduation Dresses; Black Crepe de Chine and Men's and Women's Linen Handkerchiefs. A Sa!e of Men's, Women's and Children's Umbrellas will also be held. Women's Shoes will be on Sate th?s day (Tuesday) at the fallowing special prices: Women's Pumps and Colonial Ties, reg? ular price $5.00 per pair . . at 53,50 Women's English Tongue Pumps, hand sewed, regular price $7 per pair . $4.75 Furs, Rugs, Draperies and Lace Curtains received for Storage. _Jfi_t_) Auront, 34?) wth 35tfc j&tm??, Nro fliirit. FOR LITTLE NAVY, BUT READY TO FIGHT JAPAN Representative Sisson Startles House By Jingo Speech?Would Spend Nations Last Life For "State Rights." i -or : lii 1 - t- mm H nresti TVa.c.v?!- gtoi Iprl! * A uteri Ini rppvt?? with (ingoism, ?ai delis arad n the House to-da. bj Represents line Thontea ' ilsson, a "little xaay' Ptnioeret from m Hsslpi who upbek the nicht of Cellfornle to enact legigla non prohibiting the Japanese from ????n in? land In that it?te. If M 1"" :? quesUor et v.ar m a surrender t" th.* "demand.*-' of Japan, Mi Mason declare- h? was foi ?? ai 'ihr Mississippi Demoerei who opposer appropriation! for two battleahlpa durlni the lest Congress, msde no referen?e t?. ??.-i to the UBprepnredneea >?f thli country to a aunts ihr eonfltct he Invited. Rathei than yield the Kffbl "f enactlnj r?nti ?Hen legislation the > roused "??tai" riKhi? economist shouted, i would ?see u.. spend ihr iHn iif.? -.mi the ia>-* drop of hlood and WOUld Impoverish 01 i COUD try for on?- hundred generationa! ' ? i believe," .??aid Mr. BImob, "thai no non-reeMenl alien ahould he silowed t< hold a tingle fool of land In ihr territon of the United Btatea What would Wash* Insten say insjjswei to the question. "?7 or submission? What would Jackson .<-. " ??Ahai uouid Cleveland say? What would M< Kinley *?v " "Tbe President snd Becrstar? of State ??honid onlj aasurs an sllen government that il??- people of thai alien not on would i?? dealt with fail i In accordance with Um lav of in? state. An] other po? sition would l?*ad t.. th<- fi>d<-ial govern? ment laKin? .?ut from undei Um lawi .?i the itatea ti*?* cttttena of anoiii.-? n.itiop But all citlsena m .?7!? n? resident In a Mat-? must he hold subject t?> It! la WS, and t.-. exempt tht sllen would give him prlvl* .?ce?? ov?si and shove those an American eitisena " Representative Biaaon ontended thi "-??atv rights war?, no: Involved in Uu Ca rfornia situation, nivl liia' the fader K?-.vernment <?.iild not mukr treatlea BC Uni aalde thr ian?i lawa ol anj --tat. He continued: ''What lishi h-ia ih?- government ? .tufan in complain when a ci?sen of -<:. other country ha? no r-.sht to own tingle foot ,,f ;,,nn in i|m Empire a lapen? Under ?he law?? oi Japaa Ih only right thai nn..ih?-i citisen n^? I the ripht of lean??, tiir prlvl .< ^nd nHyin? trill fm land, bUf th* tit' of the land will nevei on s from a Japan rse subject to the subject of sny allei power, it 111 becomes Japan non to com plain because the (?sod people of Ca Ifor n n are se^kinc to do pra'-tii allv the sanH thtnu. "if Japan noa threatened ui with wai ahal would aha do when milllona of bei eitlsens have acquired 'and In oui coun tiv" i la; down the proposttioa that in alien population holding land within our bordera would be i llxed and conatanl m'-na- I Mi Blssofl * kiti lha Ha ia* lo recall that in- ? a im of the diamembermem of ?'...irio' wet tm alien ownership ??f 'an.l The Knan:-ii gwvernw.ent, until ? few yeert -.ro. ?continued Mr. Biaaon consM trei even alien m England ? common enemy. If th? United State* were to yield now to the demanda f.r Japai he irgued, every ether nation, Ineludlni China we.iid have 'he right to make th? ami demand, and this nation would be bumlll? : ntrd and dlagracod in the eyei ol in" .? orltl ! tan Bryan waa Introduce??!, and in brW ftatement asked th?* conferen? ; to tell h-iii the exact situation, Mainly Concerned with Methods. I Was Sent '<> Saeta men lo a' th request ol President Wilson,' mid Mi Bryan, "to consult with riu Governo irui the members of th" Legislature oi the prndin? allen land legislation. am mot" interested In thi methods t. be employed than In the end to bo at i.. ned, an?) l would b? pleased to h?-a :-'Ugg??stion.? from an; ..f ^ --u befon speaking furihei Senator Boynton, administration flooi leader, thnnked Mr. Bryan In behalt of the legislature for his vlait Hi th"p outlined the altu u;<.n tot tha ?i lai? lor, sa] ing in pan "AI th? tima Preeident Wilson's tele? gram wa? received lasl week, aanounc? Ing the wish to sen : Secretary of .Stare Hwan to confer with this Leglslatui . the,-,-, were two billa on this aubjoet before ih" Senate, It wa.- appare>nt ihal tue proplr if the :-taie wer?- Strongly In !a\or of th? enactment of an alien land lavv. and SUCh a law probably would hs.\e been Ipaaaed before ?hi* Urn? if U had nol bren foi the telegram from the Presi? i dent. At hla requeat ?r po Ipont d further consideration of the mattet I until Mi Bryan could preeent hla - ? Senator Boy n ton then requeated kit. Hr.?an t?> point out ?perlflcall; the ob lectiona of the national fovernment and of Japan to t?V pending measui. - and to si?' hla r.n from ?? dlplo* matii '?? dno nt *h ' ?allfornl ? ?hould not ? nact such a la? W hep Mr Bl ! an rema ? other ntembera of the majorit) partj urged him t.mpl) with the requeai Senator Cantlhettt, Democrat, *urc. . ?, thai a small group of membt i - from both hougw bt gelected to hear Mr. Bryan'i argument! oui Boynton I r.itr'iT^ Frank If in Beeret. Aftei -e- ? ra I othet ? had man "t ti^m quoi rtg itatlal =ho ? the m- r< a. ? n and hi d ?. Japaneat ? ng icen? years, Beere Ury Bryan eroee. Hla flrgi autement ?.?a- concerning tn< iecrei conference, Which he nn;r] he had fa. ??red. ?.vim in support of <?o\crnc?r Johnson and the presiding ?.ftver?. or both hotitr* Bt retar) Bryan aald hr could apeak witb moi? frankneaa lo thi nem tit could log "proml cuoug audience As the representative of the F're.?i dent.' he hegan. i fe< l keen I the re apenalblllt] that la placed upon mi I would have prefecred to have him come himself, a;- the bead of the nation, bul that teemed Impossible, an?! he d< ? gated me to apeak for hint, i do nol pretend to do other than expresa ais 'views, . am almpl) hla apok? m^.*. ano I will aaj :" ?ei r,nl-. iha' which I he uouid ha i e me -a:-. "Aa 10 the conatitutionallt; oi treat) with Japan, -nu will pardon RM if i dm nne to act as the Supreme Court Further, a?? to the question of immisra tion. I ih.nn v e .an rnnsider that question aa Independent >>t the ,ni queatloa with shich we are ?-err .-??.?. cerned." Question?, concerning the treat] md the immigration of .lapane.?? u, the United Stages had heen naked during th?* fiPbaf. Continuing Mi ^r?.<n aald i have ligtonod to " '..'? ' . . bava sa Id and i agaunta gverytbinf lo ha ! true iha' you h.v ? not n\ erur.-i? n nor <*xa?*perate(?- ih? feeling of tha people DUPLICATION OF PRICELESS PEARLS Bring us vottr family jewel? and wr will make facsimiles that will necessitate vour tying different rolored ribbon* on each in order to tell them ?part. If in connechon with Tecla Pearls, Rubies. Emer? alds and Sapphires, genuine Diamonds are to be used. Urg will furnish them at ac? tual cost, of employ any that you mav now possess in some piere of jewelry of antiquated design. TECLA NEW YORK PARIS 3***8 Rhh Aoaooe 10 Rue de Is Pen LONDON^ BERLIN 7 OU Bon. Street !5l'nterdenL_ncl?f? FyMsrpk.- ffatint Si at lb* "?rs-n-r*-. F V it H*. N ' St I*,? 1 e - .. i I tt I Oik iettm 416 Bt*r_M formel A_-?_?C?- 19 I 3 6.. raw.Ik ***"?' It? AwHt Mta?-M ^ ???? .' Kliaihirriiriii* P*n* 144 Cm Vmbert? Lahertletmt tad AWum : Cretni I .-*_-) Trtmt* of California in th? mattet i can as? sume that th? peopl?- demand that ???mething be d?ne. "in ?ha' caee, tha Brat queatlon ia whether the legislation ka demande-il at this time if it can he delayed,than the fir<?t suggestion thai th-- Preeidenl WOUld ha\<- me mak?- is thai }?,i P'1' - ' mit an effort to OS made to deal with j <h?^ question ?diplomatically, with a view to reaching th>- nam?^ results , ? it bout legislation. ? ir th?- ?Jemand Is so imm?diat? thai this eann'.t be don?- ?an action be ?I- - ferred for two .-ears, and in the mean time- have i commlaaion appointed lo Inveetigata conditions and acl with the Executive? Would ll no! be worth v?h:l<- to ttv this plan b?fore .HI adopt the plan that might result in unfriend? llneaa from a foreign notion ' ? ! am not going ,r? Indulge In anj speculations n* to what mai happen ' do an) thing no? bul i am her? to a?his?. againal the um of any Ian? g;iHg<- thai win.?d off.-n?) any people t hat ha? e dealings with ua." in casa immediate action was I" manded. Secretary Bryan -aid. he would i.e- m fa? ..? ol ? law framed j along tho Unas of the Illinois law. oi j th?- federal statute in tha Diatiici of Columbia, both of which were general m < banu ter. "Bithei of Iheae meaaurea Is prefei able- t.> language that Includes the words Ineligible to citisenahlp,'" add ed Mr. Bryan, "Presldenl Wilson be? lieves that If you use these words yoq nsighi a? well mak. ;. law declaring speciflcallj sgainst Japanese an?i Chi? nese on nershlp. "This expresses tha ?iewa of 'he President, n? deal rea me- ;., -a-. Ui??i if auch ;? lav? paa ? ?! he will recog? nise hla dut] -? Pri Idem to do all in t: i,...vf[ to min,mi.'.. ih? ill feeling thai might be aroused Al the ?Bint tune-, hi b. ln-v e?- Il h : dUl ! as Pi denl to .;???' earnest ...n (deration of hi.? advice, win. h Is civm here with ne, desire lo Int? i fere with a h 11 > on ma' i ? gst d II m \ nd, t ..it h?- . h. m ^- - i ha i -.' ou proceed al once, rou consider the ad? I'issbillt; of ualni langtiag? thai ran? not be lust I 't Itl? ed a i offending ?i". r nations viih ?> horn ?> ? -ir?? :r.. ndly." Den es Maiontv Sentiment. \ nan. ' tnc ? he .11 guro< ni tha aii?n ?entimenl was state wide, Mr Bi .. "The l ?em-., rati? ps rt? lh< onlj one to 1 ? he 'i ,. t on in Ita ataU pis - f-.i m al the 1 '?-' el? I Ion au coi d< rl n capturing bul h foui th ol 1 h? Legislature. If thi ons of '?' Id? 1 '. ? id ..t"! burning 1 in 11.- state th? .-? .-t ? wo Id ha ? a er. en the pai ij ?? ma Km It). 1 Ti la not .1 b saus i"?iamo ?' vith th?- ?rhole state, II la not a quest n ..: 1 gr ? ion end snd ownei a !.. n ? . K ? -, 1 1 -, ? ? ? ' en the 1 init? i Bta t< md I ? r in, ? !omm< r ? ? 1 incress'ng 1 nd 1 h.n? f th? 1 ut enl b of auch ? fornla as a whole a p as? I 1 n- harm \.- Japaness land ownership.] 1 intend in no way I.? neceas! I ?> ? ertain I 1 .i- ? of the atati I have com? to gain - ? id nforn 1 ?n and 1.p r? ? ? h j ou Thei e la no quasi > 1 ? ... 1.it ion bul 1 ?i-, dea ir 1 ? - onf? r with you W il ' ' ? lit; the- nu? liona sidi ." 1 ? -.? , irrana I ? ? ' ' ? ; . . " 1 . , offlci ' " a vvri" -., we lo s >.r Mi Ri ? an to confer on the alien 1 ! ' ' I Dr. J.rdan's V ev.? 11 opposed to an land b sins md pan \ ? ? te matI? ? to ? rigid ia-..) m i. ? gible to citlsei 1 . -, UOI F SUgS grleva I pro?, id? ? 1 .? pai ?o- nl .<? "as ngl 11 l . ? - .<?-,. ? 11 v? treat; "Th" i.if.an??? government d< re only a ?? .renn, h ' asid i? Jordan In 1 n..i 'i :- .n m el ft nmeni bi Waal matter co 1 !.?? ?.'-fti'd t>. th? ?.^rmfartion oth 1 a lf?rtnia ?' ?i lap efi 1 . ..... . 1 ? Govern? lohnaon ? - . -? ? > ni?m clalmng CaUforala'a right to eaacl ., nd la a i.an Ing 'r-.m ..?? ? u gnera who .anno? Hi point! i" the fact thai oth? al HMd 1 Imllar inwb, but thai .1"- - n?.t in?*..n trial ihelr in?\<- mrt constttU tionai The* are not constitutional ^? ? ?allfoi nia w 1.1 fin^ if a aimllai - ? Ii eia.ted her? NO ENVOY FROM JAPAN But Political Parties Are Send ing Representatives. 'i ohlo \ i.i ii 2?. ti..- rep? I 'h.n \ is? DOU1 K< ?NiiiK-k.. rri y 1 'oun ? ?i la go n? lo Baciam? nto n 1 .-n nei-iion with the pending alien la ml on n. 1 ship legislation Is untrue h il tb> s.'iv uhal (Constitutional) and I ? ? Ituminto (Opposition) pain.- are send? Ing representatives 10 Cslifornla to make .1 personal Investigation >.f ths ail ia 1 Ion, The Japaneae government according tei announcement baa no preeenl In tentu.n of Bending a representative ;., s?n? rumentei Special dispatchea from Nee fork report that Viaeount su.-im Chinda. .lapanes?- Ambassador lo the United States, baa been ordered to Tokio, but the ?Horslgn - lee emphatlcall] denies this. Tha anti-American agitation has been conaiderabl) aiiav<-<i The official i?-w Ig mon hopeful, on*? ing t?y Se. retai- Bryan's mlsoion but public opinion still Insists that ih? preeenl la th?* mmi suitable moment to spmi?? the v? heil? American Japanese question and thus prevent :? recurrence ?if similar dippute?. An !iis|ni. .1 a 1 u- 1. mi he ii? vv. 1 .. ? A.-ahi" explains tha; the dala In put? ting in recce the .lapane.^?' foreign land ownership bin or i.*i?i has peon due 10 the discovery of hnparfe? non- and tha long list ..f these cited Indicates that probebt) years ?in elapse before tit" ?raEOICTT. R WILLGET JOHNSON TO USE VETO Democrats Say Coast Moose Are Playing Game to Make Colonel a Hero. ELEVENTH HOUR RESCUE Official Circles Look for Anti ??apanese Bills to Pass, Despite Bryan's Efforts. Washington, April 28 sin?.?ih? first reporta of ?Secretar] of stat.- Bryan'a Sacramento m lion have reached the White House, thi Impression s/hlch strongly pi et alia in official i In l< I la Thst politics ?s the chief factor ?n the California-Japanese situation. That the anti-alien land act will he passed despite the efforts of Secretary Bryan, and That the hero of San Juan H?ll will execute a thrilling rescue in the eleventh hour hy ?nducmq Governor Hiram Johnson to veto the bill. Sei '? ? i .1 ? Bt m ;?.i .-...i i he Pi e il dent to da that hla Brat atop on reach ms Ba< ram? nto had ht en I.nfer a 1th i he ? lot ei nor .?i??i i he polltli al ind hia second to addi esa the i-egl --i.itmi<? m joint ? - '?? .i-. . - ' v ? ; . i ? ' ? in these pai? hi Deapiti thi i.i of Mr, Bryan'a .tienci thi feai la enter? tained .?i i hi w hits Hou ? thai tl.'? ? ? nab _ ilal Ion a III i.. pal ?? d h) i ii?- Legisla l ure. Pleads for Delay. Th. burden ol Mi Bi in'i ora tori? al ? ? to the leg! ils toi va .? p ? lo ?i uni,. ? i.ni overa could he m ttled thro igh ?i piornal ii i han:, i? i?; knos n thai hi ai ted on Inatri ? - : rom i'. ? - ?. m Wilson, arho U i i |l( ? old ..ii ft Ii tion bet ?seen the I nited Statea and Japan, .i I though he i et ogn ? ?iti lap;- ? ment In i Ifoi nia, n hi* .1 11 .- menai ? lo fri? ndlj n lal "n- be? tween the owei i ul. H la thi hop? ' Hi .,.-.,. i.. | kttun - gtt tu i ( ? roll ? ffot i* on i he pai t of the n-? i ion ? go? i nmi ? tat righti 11 ...-, i.-. m. i ting th< ? nin.t- of -, for s teat ? I an nstioi ? ? ? n (lined i ? ? wi\ n ? ???? .. ? i i hat the la i ? . i ooni i "? latei n > ? at of gainst lap.? ? ? ?n thi Pacifli ? ? - ? -. a tit ?? i ?? n thi : politi ? en iii? h i ? ad in Califon ? it thi cost cf . :.?. .rt .?i ? . olving .?h open i-t'.i>h with japan, u" noi war, .?ini .ua ?-i . Ing thai tin ??? ? ves ar,. u ) me hard lo i m - mi -Ii ii ..ii ,.n?l .' I in- - mu th< p.-i ?i ? ? ..f ill M.hief bj hat ing ?um up- ? lor "f th?? n.itIon, ?/_ ? . iha situation aaaumi moal ??? | itagi John Basaell Mooi?*. s< ling *? i tary of Stati ? ? ? .!? - elopmenl th< the J-i got ? i inn? ?i n ? on? i rned. He aatd ?as aland Ing <>ii hi "i iginal pi oti II and had mad no ' ? \tii proposed objeel ona ?le mi ?? ,i? He ?."id I???! bet. ' ? . .? metil Statt from Mi. Bt ? an Intimating thai tl ?'aa doing nega di? rect eritl Pn del '??? llaon ? - m -t m Expreaaly Forbidden. ?i i . ition of th< State "t ? 'all-? ? ? ? prohil lia pre? tin I) a hai the i i. ? d< nt and ' hi St cretarj <?i State .ng to n.: . i, m ? California, h cording to ?'.. Ifoi niaaa in ihti The luggeslion has been made at the Whits Hou rnla Legis? latura ihould enact legislation prohib? iting ownersh p of land bj all foreign era a ho ha ? no di ? lai ??'! I he r pur 11..-. to i.e. oma . il iaea- of tha L'nii d ?? pai uni ni te ?red that ? meg - ira piohlb 'Ing ?' i owneiihlp b) all for? ? igni i - a nd thi n i ki mpl Ing I ho ?? ?? hu had taken tha pi ? limihai ? alap to? u ; - : ?..n would mi ? ' i he dlfB< ti? tles m n in- n thi fedi ral govei nmi nt had found Ifoi niana pointed out, imv\.- . r. thai auch legialation would be a cleai \ lolation of thi i onal Itution of mate. Section IT, Article l. ?.f tha Constitution of California providea thai i-"..i. gn ? ?hite race or ol If ? ?.._?.. . ,., .. i nited Statea indet the nsl , hu ?., n..i a'.? * ? hen to a '.u* honaflde lit-, .?-haii have the aam? ? ??- ? ? , n i inamia.i and : herltan ? ? piopegtj ?- natlt ? born citl /. ? 11 ? h i learned al tha Department ?>' State that when Secretar) Bryan letl Washington for California h?? wan un? aware of liu* congtltutlonal proviaion, .; i. ? ?! vs h ?- Ol hl r OfJll Mils of thai department until li waa called lo iiu?ir stti m ion lo-daj. I'ii?- fear la i ? led, i herefoi a, i ha I Mr, Br) an m ? mi up agalnal ?? 'tona wall In the plan he is understood lo have pi.r ! posed offering as it??- m?>-t practicable [?Method of solving tha pr?sent dlfflculty. '"THE VENTURE" OUT AGAIN : Alfred Vanderbilt to Resume Coaching Runs to Brighton. [By i at? ?.. r>i- Tilbue? i London, April 28k AJfrod Q, Vandar hilt win bj train i<? Brighton thla i morning and m.ui.- a trial run bm k ???i his coach, tha Venture, win. h starta Its regular London-Brighton seeaon an Thurada; Tin. atari araa aaada from Brighton ?n 19:80 a. m . m..i ih*? regular *? be4 Mi?. ?;i? carried out, arriving al t;ie Hntr?i Victoria at ?"? 16 p. ge. Mr. Van? dt-rbilt iiriy e. NEVADA B^KSCAUFORN Legislature Urged to Stand P on Anti-Alien Law. l h. Telegraph to Tha TnhoM Reno. Net , \piii fl.?-While t Japanese qusatloa sa Involved m an alien land bin controvera] now before t California Legislature Is not an tfsue this state, v et if th?1 movement just I augurated m one of th>- largas) count! of Nevaila ?^xfiid?" to Other .-?unties, ge ??-al agitation ?f Btate-wlde Interest m; i esult it i* repoit- .1 that itisena of Hutni>??i ?'ountv ?m?? ..r the largest and wealthle rountiea ?.f \. ada, an Securing sinn ? ,..- to a petition addressed t.? the. ?'a! fornIs Legislature requesting that bod> stand fat .m th.. sntl?allen hill Prominent business m? n ..f that met?a Including the president "f the foiemo national bank, head of a leading mei ? antiit- companj and arealth) mine owi era and others are Indorsing the move men I Bfforti to z< I G.nor Odd le h telephone to sad an espi? --"" from hli on ih. subject fallend thla evening. SUGGESTS a'COMPROMIS. Lindsay Russell Would Limi Acreage Held by Aliens. The Jepan Society "r Sum York wll hold a meeting In th? grand ballroom o th? He.t?^i A-i.ii to-morrpw evening tt dl th? Californie situation and h?-ai an address bj Dr R h Tousler, the Imertcan directoi ..f Bl Luke's Interna? tional Hospital Tokio I an Illustrated Tokl . t.v I?i T i.1-onagar. '?' ' .. n Ja ?-'? i< Ifelln vuii pi ? sid--. - .v Rubs? II, presld? nl ?if the Jspan -'??? ???. thinks that tha (Meal <-f all anti-aii> n legislation si tha present time ? ?? .i -1 m i. i ? postponement ol and urses thai the loette be met no* snd nettled once snd tor all. Through l >? David stari Jordan he has rescomme*nde*a .. - ompi ?.HUN.- measun i h?r ? bill which would limit tha a? ? sg< In i ' -? l ? - ??> b? h- id bj ' eignen But h Hoi h< a i wo -i ......-i equal r i ? a t n i ? 111 r. i all ' - a nd r -a ? srould not violate th? treat) with Japan, whil? ..t th? urn? time It would r?.iri'.ve posed menace of ? - -n ih.'. St; IP .?r... Mr Ruaeell ga ? ? - opt of a tele . nl '?? Secret? Itat? Bryan fi'.Mi several ultlxent of P*lorln Cal it i n pas ?Ing th l - ? Florin 'and law. The farti .<? ding to ?? pamphlei -' - ... nl of l-'i.'i 'n ? ho ha i ... dltloi i for i ? .. i... present pn opei itv in i-v ? spanea? duati M m-. of la nd ..vv n. ? sre not inlmleal to them and r?-?ret th? bill, hand owned by Japanese is larsijijr to?? poor for the Whttsa Japanese Indui try mHk'-? it hlRhlv produ? tiv? and profit, at.le The llvuiK standar?!? of tho lap. anese ar? K?iod and growing better The/ are not crowding out aa) wMtaa bal helping the commuait) and th- .stat "The Japanese at?' COnoadod by all fair. minded residents hers to be peae^bi?, law abidlnsr. moral, t<-mi'erate\ tasteful and gemeroua Amewg so lari:?. .? pope* lation of Japanese in asma feertsea ?cars there has never been a white w??mari ?no lewted " MAY HURT TRADE RELATIONS Japanese Business Men Much Con? cerned Over California Legislation. < ?akland, ''al April j* W. I <; ? n president of 'be associated Chambera of Commerce ?.f the Partie Hopa, t.. day received the following telegram fram ? ?sake, Japan ?The <>>aka Bualneaa Men's ?Vaaocl?ttaa has latlmata buatneas relations with Amerii a ;-".i ir? much concerned sboal anti-Japanese legislation non befon in? Californis AaaamM] Believing thai *.fn discriminative legislation serious!; throst ena tha long standing friendship ..: com mercial relatlona between Amei ea ?4 Japan, we held a mass meeting to .?><.. aider the situation, arid resolved to a.k your Influential and aympathetical aid to Bettle tn>' que atloa. MICHIO l?< ?K. Cl an -nan ' I ? - ivag? I? a, April M An spp? * teg . ?n reaching a u. standing m if"^-,:d ta mattei r the ? 'allforn .? Legists ire' was fa acted ?-n '" ila ? ;he i/,. v . ?hin- h Federation \ ? opv of-the appeal R pich b signed Is Japones? n?es organisations, representing 90,000 i In goul hern ? 'allfoi nia. was f? ? ? I to ... v Bi -. ;, n ai Ba? ? amento. \ etter .iiaft.^i \.s- the Nippon] ? red? eratloa of i 'b in hea and \. wspai companled thi app? al It cot rufht of a mei ca to make a a\ tees tit.' and adda, "but all | ?pcctlvi ..? - ol '? "; ' elig on must land equall ? Buch laws NEW JUSTICES ASCEND BENCH. ' gene I Phllbln and Bartowfl Wash . b of the B?iprem ( "'n t b Qo ?" B'jlser, to au.i Ed i-: Me? 'a '? who r? ligne >i to aee apt I - manshlp of the Publi? Bervl ?? Com? Ion a i .. Henrj Bis? hoff? whh ? *\ killed m an elevatoi In th.- Emigrant ^~ Bank i'- hiding, took th -, <>ii th?> t.? n. ii v <-si -i ds Th? re ws ? d -??? eral m? mb* ' ?h-. famlHM of the nos i letttcee seer? : . ? ? t no ?SOI .ni"'?.'- mark--l ih.' ? a alon. <_?. -. " " Jt OUTRR ?APPAREL MILLINERY*^ FURS? FOR WOMEN. MISSES *nd JUNIORS, Are Now Holding Important Reduction Sales 1 hese extraordinary values arc nifered a? a result of our custom to re-adjust stocks at tins time M the year?our thief concern bang uV immediate disposal o( all line; in which si_rs are broken or quantities air limited. Women's Fashionable Suits At Decisive Reductions Superb Paris Model Suits and reproductions, o? nnct imported materials?Formerly to $ijj?- at 587 & ^QS Silk Costume Suits in this leuon. ultra-fashionab! stvles. Moire and crepe taille?Formerly $7")?a^ **^ Stunning models ol rich silk faille, moire faille and silk matelasse - Formerly to $100? at $65, 568 & *73 Tailor-made Suits ol new dub chocks, gtnpeo, plain and diagonal navv serges?Formerly $00 to $J$? -it *43 Misses' and Small Women's Suits in charming new Pans styles?Exceptional values? at *38 Millinery at $io, $is & $25 l'nines to $J5 ? Including original Paris models and adap? tations, in fashionable Dress and Semi-dress 1 lats. Smart Afternoon Dresses at $42 Ftrmtrly fa >,--,?Of Pompadour and Canton Crop**, cicp? fk chine, Igtin de joio and (.?rorRett-* chiffon, in the newest shadc5. Exquisite Evening Gowns at $89 / ? trlj to $175"? O? tinest brocaded chiffon, crrpo chiffon, brocaded rharmcusc and lace, trimmed with jewel?! and lace. Also Summer Wraps at $50 /<?<"." * $f* Chiffon Blouses at $10 / ?/***? M h to CHARGE r\JRCHASES WILL BL BILLED JUNL l*t Tiftn Avenue, M\> * 47th Streets ? ?sa S ? B McGibbon & Co. UNUSUAL VALUES in Cluny Lace and Scrim Bed Spreads $12.00, $14.00, $15.50 and up LACE CURTAINS CLEANED No Charge for Storage During Summer Window Shades of Best Materials 3 West 37th St. Just Off Fifth Avenus sssssassisa ? * m e m s s *."."?