A. V. Wells (1856-1918)
ta - TOBACCO PRICE ASKED BY LEGISLATURE Investigation of Market Situation to be Made on Resolution by Hanson ' - Both' hoiijaes.' f .;iiie ..legislature to day. ad6pted; - Jolut5on by .Assemblyman J.. C".' Hanwi Dane county canine' uobn the" federal trade' 'com mission to furnish - a, .report on the decline of tobacco, prices Bili'co peace has been declared. Before .the . end of .the urax tobacco - was acUingL 1 or 40 cents a .ponnd and with the open, inc of the world; markets it ha: fall en to. 20 centsa pound. There - was little debate ,. and: it went Jhrough both houses .unanimously. Two memorials were adopted on th tenth at Allen V. "Wells, mem ber of the .assembly in 1915 - and tec Wallace W. Andrews, throe times as seiublymanfrom Superior. A resolution, .was adopted grant Sag the use of the 'a'ssembly chamber to Capt. Bectwith and the state board of health, Wednesday eveninc Assemblyman' Zarnke offered a joint ie3olnt:oii' to amend - the constitution to provide - state fundi lor tfte .erection storage houses and' grain elevators. ' ' The assembly adopted the : joint fhiuic committee, hill - appropriating 1 2,500 for capitbl "furniture. Adjournment until 10 o'clock Wednos day. ' The senate, Tuesday, concurred In the Hanson reaoiutww, - urging " federal trade commission to invest! gate the causes of the. drop in "the price, of tobacco. Gov. Philipp sent in the recesse appointment of Mar - snau uousins as Danivrng commissioner. It went' over Under the rclea. New bills: Wilco Increasing , the minim jj wage of. school teachers from $45 io SCO per month. Wilcox Providing that no part ipf the costs of change' in a grade crossing shall be assessed against muruciiiality by ..the railroad . cot mission, - when. - he. - : crossing existed prior to the - construction ot .tnc railway. - "'..' Adjourned to 10 a. m. Wednesday " .