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SKIM MILK BILL Measure Also Prohibits the Use of Coconut Oil. BLAINE EXPECTED TO SIGN Legislature Expects to Be Able to Meet Its Financial Obligations Without Imposition of Taxes -—Board Is Abolished. By FRED L. HOLMES. Madison, June 8. —The Wisconoto senate passed and sent to the gover nor a bill prohibiting the manufac ture by condensaries of products made from skim milk and coconut oil. Nine condensaries in Wisconsin have been manufacturing this product. The farmers claim that this product enters the market in competition with milk. Governor Blaine is expected to sign the bill. Private detectives will not be re quired to register with local officials. This was determined in the house on Tuesday when the assembly, by a vote of 42 to 34, killed the E. H. Killean measure. This bill had the support of labor organizations in the state. The Wisconsin legislature expects to be able to meet its financial obliga tions without the imposition of taxes. Instead of this, the state has dou bled the inheritance tax rates and this is expected to bring into the coffers upward of a million dollars annually. The discovery has just been made that one estate in Milwaukee will bring in upward of a million dollars. The bill abolishing the present board of administration for Milwau kee county and creating the position of business manager for all of the county institutions passed both houses of the legislature and is before the governor for signature. The governor was consulted about the provisions of the bill and it is believed that he will sign it. Tlie new law does away with five possitions which pay $3,500 each a year. The business manager will be selected by civil service and the sal ary will be fixed by the county board. The new law also creates a part time board of five members, the county board to fix their compensation. This board will supervise the activities of the manager and one member of the board shall be supervisor, to be elect ed by the county board of supervisors. All of the funds for the maintenance of the county institutions, amouuting to about $2,000,000 annually, are ap propriated by the board of supervis ors, and advocates of the change as sert that by having a supervisor mem ber of the administration board the body that provides the finances will be kept in closer touch with expenditures. The law will take effect, if approved by the governor, July 1. Governor Blaine has vetoed the Perry “bus bill.” This bill would have placed all motor buses and jitneys which run in competition with street railways under the jurisdiction of the railroad commission and require bonds which would virtually mean the aban donment of such bus lines. Governor Blaine stated that Wisconsin has spent $42,000,000 on its highways in the last ten years and that the people are en titled to receive any returns possible from such investment in better trans portation. “My objection to this bill,” said Gov ernor Blaine, “is fundamental. Jit neys and buses may be operated by anyone upon the public highways and streets, and therefore there is no op portunity to create a monopoly. Free competition prevails, and thus rates and services are regulated by natural law of competition. “It is said that Wisconsin has spent, in the last ten years, $42,000,000 on highways, and the people were led to believe that they would receive returns' from such investment in better trans portation, greater convenience, and in economy of service. The motor vehicles have come to stay; they are the be ginning of a transportation system about which it is dangerous to prophesy. They may in the future be displaced by more modern systems of transportation. The old canal com panies fought for their existence when the railroads came, but the building of railroads could not be obstructed merely for the purpose of preserving the canal companies.” That the legislature will reopen the hunting season for prairie chicken and partridges now seems assured. Nu merous bills with unlimited amend ments have been offered in both houses of the legislature, but the senate and assembly have now reached an agree ment as a basis for a bill which will give a short season for both birds. , The prairie chicken season, under the new agreement will be open from September 20 to 24 inclusive and the partridge season will be open from Oc tober 1 to 6 inclusive. The open sea sons beginning this year will be in al ternate years so that the next season after 1921 will come in 1823. While this bill has not been passed by both houses, there is little doubt but what it will be hurried through in its new form and that Governor Blaine will sign the bill. 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Notice is hereby given that at a spec ial term of the County Court to be hel in and for said County, at the Coui House in the City of Janesville, in sai County, on the second Tuesda;;, beint the 12th day of July, 1921, at 9 o’cloci a. m., the following matter will b* heard and considered: The application of Theodore A. Clarke for the appointment of an adminis trator of the estate of Anna Clarke, late of the city of Edgerton in saic County, deceased, and for the deter mination of the heirs and next of kin of said decedent. Dated May 23, 1921. By the Court: Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. G. W. Blanchard, Attorney, Edger ton, Wis.