More Ant-Alien Bill
rails and he said he liked it. am all is right his , at;' 18 ,.Â° . aj ' who Klan-Supported Continued fron-, Page Ont the floor of the upper house for consideration. The Bible bill is still in a committee, and may never see the ! for discussion Thursday night. Sen. Bender in attacking the house late bill, parts for the ties bonds anti-alien labor bill, read a letter j rea] from the "Imperial Palace. Invisible Erapire, Knights of -the Ku Klux : ted of Klan," requesting thc passage of j over 16 both the labor and Bible measures, i to j ai]s and then lamented the fact that such things as invisible empires, and imperial palaces existed in the United States. Sen. Clark again replied to Bender saying that he had been in- splrec} to write it when he saw to thc children cf American working- ] men without shoes; on a cold day. j while Â·Â·foreigners got the jobs American laborers f.houid have had. "If you vote against this bill, you are voting for the foreigners and against the American laboring men," thc Urbana solcn declared. "Unnecessary legislation." t h e measure was branded by Sen. Allan full G. Aigler. Bellevue. floor-leader, when he attacked the bill. Next Sen. L. M. Marshall. Cleveland, assumed the floor to express ; his opposition to the proposed law. Â· "No contractor is going to ask up ing large moved At J.