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BY OREGON SOLOHS
Annartionment Bill Causes U!S
on Salary Bills.
. Salem,. Or.jIt 1 conceded that
the fewer laws passed tbe better for
the state, then the present legislature
U it accomplishes m UttU during the
remain Ina- dava of the session U it
bit during the first four week, may
be regarded a bright and shining
example ot successful legislative
body. No Important legislation haa
kaon niiHil ud to the aovernor tor
signature. One very apparent reason
way nothing la accompllahed I the in
cllnaiton to Indulge In uteleea taik. II
mim method could b' devised to ap
ply a strong doc ot gag rule aud
top the flow ot purpoaeiesa oratory
business might be expedited.
By far, however, the greatest tos
of time ha been in political debates.
These hare been numerous and telr
end la not ret. They hare accom
plished nothing other than to atlr up
dissension and bring on vituperation
and peraonalltlea, which have been
and will be Indulged in at great
There have been 67T bll'a Intro-
duced.-oT""waTca"sv' B5T8 h
off the 'calendar by Indefinite port
ponement or failure to pase; approx
imately 30 have paaed both House
and bare either been filed by the gov
ernor or are on the way to the execu
tJve office, and there are 487 bill to
. be disposed of. To date, the jesslon
has not Introduced aa many blUa as
la ltOI and 107. Tboae sessions
reglatered 700 bllla each, but with 577
bUla on tb list now, there la time for
the. legislators to make ap the defi
ciency. The bllla which will come
later, with the exception of the ap
propriation . bill, will have email
chance of getting through.
, la; order to accomplish anything at
all night sessions will have to be held
practically every night this week In
order to catch up and wade through
the bllla ahead. . ,
Apportionment Bill Unsatisfactory7
Oenerel dissatisfaction from repre
sentatives, and aeaatora from all parts
of the atate la expressed over the bill
of Senator Joseph reapportioning the
, legislative districts.- While Joseph in
creases .Multnomah's representation
In the Senate by one and adds ftr
to the House, there 1s already com
plaint among the outatd members.
Even Multnomah does not gain a'
great deal, tor bow It haa six sena
tors and a Joint with Clackamas and
Columbia and the Joseph kill coats
it the joint but add two straight sen
ators, making seven. Ia the House
Multnomah fares better, the Joseph
bill swarding II representative.
Not many changes are made la the
senatorial districts, bat the represen
tative districts are considerably dis
arranged. . Josephine, which has had
a single senator, loses this and Is
coupled with Curry and Jackaon,
while Coos, which has been Joined
with Curry for several years, has In
the Joseph bill a senator of Its own,
aad Curry Is shifted over to Joseph,
lae and Jackson.
Moat astonishing, however, la the
abseae. of Columbia from the new
list Senator Joseph appears to hare
obliterated that county from the map
or treated It as though foreign terri
tory, for ho does not take care of It
la bis bilL Gilliam, Sherman and
Wheeler, which have had a Joint sen
ator, must, share him with Morrow,
according to Joseph, and Morrow has
heretofore, been with Crook and- Uma
tHla. The Joint aenator Umatilla pas
had with . Union aad Morrow la lost
Marlon County will complain about
the. representatives. Now it has live
and Joseph allows four, with a Joint
representative . with Ciackaiuaa, the
latter county being a gainer of s Joint
representative, but losing Its joint
senator,, , Hoa.lsasthree representa
tives aad Joseph Jops one off. DougJw
and, Jackson lose Na Joiqt representa
tive. .Graii. and .Morrow are hlfcbed
for a Jolat representative, while
Crook, which has. 4 Joint with Klam
ath and Lake, gets fc representative
of Its own and. Klamath and Lake
continue together, Umatilla not only
loses a joint senator, . but also a Joint
representative. -yBaaar, . which - bad
one representative. Is givea another,
and Sherman, Gilliam end Wheeler,
which bad twa representatives, now
Ptn! 'PPHlorjment:(blUst... at
least two athera, era pom being draft
ed and will be presented this week.
' tenate pivlslen K"pt. ' .
One of the bills la course of prepa
ration will propose that the member
ship of the state Senate rental a sub-
atantlallr aa It la both 1. iA -..'-.v..
. of senator and. it ronJLt,iT
the tl araatorla! Alrt-rtMm - 1-
& mining the representation Ma th
.. - .. .
Ne Daily? ' . ,
M Te2ewlnf Cirtrprla U to b aa
Oltr asisaatld St BWat n4a hav th.
ILr.f boTtin 0r
For a limited time tb Moraiaui sssaaem -
subwcHbers aa follows: -
By Carrier, 1 rear
Br MalL 1 rear
House, It Is proposed to give each
county a representative. The total
m.mw.hln.wlll be limited to 10 as
provided In the constitution and th
other 26 menibere will be apportioned
over the atate oa the basis ot popula
Still another measure being consld
red is one la which the membership
ot both houses will be appoMlooe
among the 14 counties strictly on the
basis fixed by the constitution. Un
der this plaa. however, the authors
will take care that Multnomah does
not receive her proper share eltv
of the senators or representative.
May Have Congressman at Large
Oregon's third. congressman, pro
eton f 1 whom will be made by Cou
grass under lb recent census, all
probably be elected by the state at
laree. for the first term at least. II
la unlikely that the legislature in Its
d resent session will take any action
upon a congressional reaismcimeui
as only a provisional bill could be en
There has been some talk ot wheth
er It would be advlssble to hold
special session In order to take up
thla subject, but Governor West does
not see any such necessity. He de
clarea that Oregon can get along very
well by rhoos rg a congressman from
the state as a whole until the next
We fe-e"'"m en Salary Bllla.
Various county officials throughout
crease In sa ary by legislative enact
ment, will hitve to go before the peo
ple If they ale to get more pay.
That Is the sentiment of th House
committee on salaries of .state and
county officers, to which all salary
bllla are referred. This committee, In
the consideration of these measures,
baa established an Inviolable rule to
attach a referendum clause to every
bill, giving to the voters of the county
affected the right to Invoke the refer
endum If a petition signed by 15 per
cent of the legal voters Is filed with
the proper authorities within day
after the bill become a law.
Label Convict Made Good.
Oregon manufacturer will be bene
fited by the bill which passed the leg
Islature during-the week compelling
the us of th convict label on prisor
made good. Wholesalers and re
tailer agree that the public will no
buy merchandise which it knows ba
been made by convicts. Thus the;
argue th competition of this cheap
labor will be removed frcm the field
Removal ef Dairy Commissioner
. Declaring that the charge of Incom
potency against Dairy and Food Com
mlasloner Bailey cannot b disproved
and that the charge ot mlsapproprlat
Ing state funda has not, Oovernor
West ent an urgent message to the
legislature this afternoon, recommend
ing tae abolishment ot the offlce or
removal ot It Incumbent.
Ballot Counting BUI Introduced.
a Mil designed to expedite ballot
counting has been Introduced la the
House. It provides that the first elec
tion hoard, .provided for by law, shall
report at the respective polling places
at I o'clock la the morning oa the day
of , election. , The second election
board. Instead of reporting for duty
at 7 p. aa., is to report to the polling
place to which It was aaslgned at
o'clock In tb morning on election day
la a convenient room or building In
the vicinity of the polling place and
begin counting the ballots.
Exemption Fixed at $300.
The House pissed McKlnney's bill
re-enacting the ISO persons) tax ex
emption lause and providing a uni
form method of assessment and taxa
tion, after aa attempt had been made
to. Increase the exemption to $500.
This bill Is to be submitted to vote ot
th people, la November, ,1912. ,Jf
adopted it will have th effect pf an
nulling th single-tax measure paased
by th people last Noiember, .
Judiciary Net to Revised.
Oregon's legislature apparently Is
satisfied with the Judicial system ol
the state a It exists. At any rat,
both the House and the Senate killed
by indefinite postponement bills pro
viding for a commission to revise th
There la a well-defined aversion on
ths part of both branches of the leg
islature against Interfering In any
way with th popular law.
Weuld Advertise State.
By the provisions of a bill Intro
duced by Representative Abbott th
offlc of. state Immigration agent is
created and $25,000 appropriated for
carrying on Immigration advertising
by the stat for the text two year.
Th jneasur contemplates the ap
pointment by the governor of aa In
cumbent for the office within to day
t th passing of th act, whose term
shall, be. four year, aod.', who shall
serve without compensation.
1 West Sign First Veto. '
Oovernor Ves exercised hi right
m lor th first time whej he re-
turBea Senat with his dlsan-
Proval Senator Nottingham's bin. nr-
y?tK? ffr tb" forehr ot i niechaav
v iwb. sibc poms eaa.
auccMcful as this Interests of Oregon
nniMrt nf 11 . Tk. a.- L - -
City and Clackamas County Tour
ls will . .
wui b sold to paid in ad van re
He Bmiim Cvknsd That Bis
Wife Was a HesaarkeMe
7 r. a. Mrrcnti
Coprrlahl by Amertean
1 am a steeplejack.
Now, 111 admit that er.hJack k
a verv unlnu Individual. We have
"doctor, lawyer, merchant, chief."
llb'tniu. but bow many e'eepletnckul
Probably not ou la a million cltlxeus
Au 1 aut aware that while a a'eeol
Jack I very attractive to a crowi b
la a constant aourv of worry to bis
own family, who dou't know when b'
mangled body tuay be brought to M
ham oa a stretcher or la a wsgoa. If
his wife see him at th work v
which be earns tbelr dally bread she
nmat be one of a crowd watching him.
one hair dreading mat ne win ran
and the other half feariug be wont
"1 asvan irmDBB to cusi rr.
(all. Taking hUo altogwtoer. a steeple
jack la not desirable member of a
That vaa the reason vh Mr. Davis,
when I asked htm for bis daughter.
Molly, turned, facwd me squarely and
Tea. yon tuay bav Molly when ah
will marry yon. each on of you swing
lag from aa arm of the gilt cross on
th top of 8t. T bo Bias' church." '
Ton mean by that, I suppoa. Mr,
Davis." I replied, "that I can't ba
Molly at all aad braue 1-sui s
steeplejack. Do yon deny. sir. that a
teeplejack bas a heart tb same ss
"I'm not Interested In steeplejack's
heart. 1 dont propose ' that my
daughter aball marry a man out of
whom she ran never et more than a
bar living except by Insuring bis life." I
"U mT 1 replied to thla thoughtfully
"Not a bad scheme. Now. snppow-"--
"Ton get out of here, I bsv some
thing els to attend to tban listening
to airy schemes for my daughter's
betterment Good morning, air."
Being thoa cruelly choked off. I left
blm crestfallen. 1 thought it - very
hard that be wouldn't even permit me
to propose my plan, though I'll admit
that th only way to mak it a auccesa
was to die. I went to Molly aod told
her what bad occurred between her
father and me. I was very liirinrtous
about It and expected a lot of sym
pathy. What did she do bat bnrst out
laughing. Thn made me look more
disconsolate than ever, whereupon ahe
threw her arma about my neck, ex
"Stupid, get that woeful look off your
"That reminds me," replied, "of
when I was a kid.. When my mether
need her slipper oa m she would say
after ahe had finished. "Now be good
and look pleasant"
Molly laughed again. "Seriously,"
she said, "did father aay you could
bav me. when I waa willing to marry
yon swinging from th cross of St
Thomas' 77 .,
"Tea, be did." ...
"Then thst's th wy we moat be
married. Grandma left me 120.000. but
I'm net to bav U wlthoot father" con
sent. when 1 niarry.,. Were, ther any
witnesses present when be said thtsT"
"There was some one In th next
room, ant I don't know whoT!
Til find ooL I've get to bocom
steeplejack like you. That la to aay,
I've got to learn to climb steeples.
mast get such control of myself that I
can go qp to tb cross of St Thomas'
snd hang there long enough to be mar
"Nonaenaer I exclaimed.
"No aonsene about It. If I'm to
marry yv anew father veil enough
to ba sura that If b say a thing he'll
tick to It. He ba aald. or, Implied,
that b will only give his consent to
our marriage under certain condition,
which be meant for a refusal. Rut In
law. If the renditions are fulfilled, bis
consent bs been jrlven." -"How
do yon kpow tbstT
r"l don't but ' I csn ask a lawyer,
"'fir,..,. s- ,-: ... lM.
"But good gracious, yott jno't learp
to ciltnb etreplea. .0p must b born
with a head for that; tbey aay a Stee
plejack has absointeiy perfect eyea."
"Well, can't yoa hoist me np there al
th end of a rop with a bag over m
. thought for somf time before an
swering this .question. At last I said
"Idoo't know but I might"
"Com In tomorrow., Meanwhile I'll
find aut0 w have , witness to fa
ther conditional . conaot.M., .
'. n u ,
aa ia. 1 . , 1 . fifX) I
I eSBjrjsBB W
" , .
Try what th cheap columns of the
Morning Knurpv4 ean do for yea.
wHt rv ben dismissed."
Thst don . not matter. Fat
... tk.t t da as 1 11 less. He la
aware that aia oaly bold ou m I that
hi couseut to my marriage la uc
... t.x m ratline mr h-aacy.
he pretty sur I wou t giv ua I'.XK
QUO for a steeplejack, and a very slus
ol uue si taaC
Her last word cwfc aie l th heart
but she out ber arma srouad y
sn.l av me a hug. bah Ud
fl better. I left br feWlug that ah
bad a wor level head on her shoulders
k.. 1 .v If alts itii lr t rmno
.ittiiM as I could. The next day
went to her, aud she eaWI ab had
discovered who we lu the othwr ro.ua
wbra her father bad beu talking la
u-a Uasterer who bad brought tiliu
an eetlaiat for aoiu work. Hb had
found tb man and kM lf k
roukl rvoeat what was said. H S
tha nulrlinoabil CoudlUnn WMt for
word. Molly took It ilowa In vrlllng,
and b slrul It Molly I S iullny
IM-nclk-al girl and a very etiergetk
."There," she aakt concluding her as
connt of what ah' bad dit. "w v
ot father Just where we want him.
"It seem to me," I replied iloleruuy
"that he's got us Juat where we d-o't
want to be."
She laughed, and because I wouldn't
laugb with her ar nut my ears ainl
mid "look pleasant" Th made m
look worse than ever, but ahe kept
boxlnr my ear till I had to smile to
stop her. Sha a greet woman. Woliv
-that la. In a certain klu f way
A few dv later I received a no
from ber saying that she had mad an
arrangement to vial; a coi"la In N
several churches, all with steeple She
told m tn meet her there with climb
ing1 tackle and ah would tnVe her (lot
lesson. I put my res aud pulleys
In a baggag car and went wl'h 'hem
to N. I found Molly In gymnasium
cost urn. She had taken prise la gvm
nssttrs, and she said so would go
right out t taka a lesson. I sen my
Urkl to tb church with the lowest
stsepls, climbed to the mof. fixed
beam from which I buug a pulley,
then aag out to Molly to put the kwp
oa tbe end of th rop noder ber a'roa
and haul herself up. She did It without
ny trouble. Then I. went to win
dow mldwsy ap to the Steele, fixed
another beam, and this ttn pulled
her ap from below, and she rot In at
tb window. I was surprised that sb
didn't wine. Bat. as I've said, there's
a lot of "sand" tn Molly.
Before w bad finished tbe first les
son Holly waa aitnng on toe base or
the ball capping the steeple a bundr"1
feet from tbe ground A number'of
people bsd collected below, wstrblng
bar. and sbe kissed her band to them.
I aaw from tbla that sbe bad a tepi
Jack's bead aa well a I.
1 remained tn N. a Week, and every
day w did some cllmMng. Isst
day I wss there going- to th top
of tb most difficult steeple of all o
climb. It waa not very blgh. bat there
aa a long tmll with no rests fra
th bas to th ton of th aplr. Oa
th apes were a ball aod a crosa, aad
Molly bung from on aid of th crosa.
AaI looked at ber banging there II
struck me more tbsa ever that for that
kind of girl Molly beat any on I bad
Tbla waa valuable preparation, but
th height waa only 140 feet, while St.
Thomas wss 230. Bat Molly said
that If b could hang 140 feet above
ground with her eye open sbe could
bang 230 with them shut She seemed
verv hsppy over It all. and 1 wondered
whether she wss glad becsna sb was
going to get me snd her 920.000. too.
or on srenunt of hsvlng demonstrated
her abll'ty to climb. 1
"Molly," I ssld. "It seems to me that
yon're mighty plesscd stthe prospect
of getting a man who Is nothing but s
"Well. Ill tell yof why I'm so
"Ever sine I wss a little girt, fstber.
In speaking to me pf marriage, haa
dinged It Into me that I was to marry
high up In tb social seal."
, "Molly." I said, with difficulty con
trolling my trembling vole, "you've
crushed m to earth."
I waa pulling out my handkerchief
to wp away a tear when Molly
kissed t away. ,,,f m1j i r
; rNever mind. Jlrn." ah said. "Doubt
less there'll be lota of. couples Just Ilk
us, but there'll be oon more loving."
That comforted m awfully.
W went back. bona. .1 old Molly
that she must continue ber climbing In
order to keep her besd st greet
heights.. Sbe said "All right" but
didn't Isy sny plsns for any more of
It One dsy sbs wrote me that sb
wished to so me . at one. I went
right round. X didn't se anything on
oawal In. her appearance, which sur
prised me when sb told m why she
wished to see me. And what do you
suppose It waa? Her father had heard
of ber climbing snd,. Ter7 much as
tonished and angered, asked her wbst
It meant, whereupon sb told Mm ber
scheme.. He fumed god fretted for. a
whole day., then gar In. But he In
sisted on my leaving tb. Steeplejack
trad and going Into business with
"Well, now." I aald. overjoyed, "isn't
It fine that yon won't have to climb
"Nonsense. I never Intended to
"Ton didn'tr.. .
"No; I contrived that father should
bear of wbst I. wss doing, and I knew
It would bring hlna round without
that" .'. ,., . .,
W'y been married flv year now.
and I am getting to think aemetlmes
tn some thin that my wtfe I my
aapertorv elthewgfc I'm ssore used to
"going np In tb sir" than sbe.
"DOMBIY AND SON"
. . . Pi , , ,w
' Recslvlna-.AttenaJ, a th Hand
y. , of .th Dloken Club. . . , , .
-rIiKI,Cfc!:' Club' ch la reading
Uih andJohn.Adam sLr.ei, Monday
night, and a most anloyahl avenlaa
Z Rfrhmenta war served
during thm avanlng. , Tha nxt ,rneet
Wa ri 14 tU honM Mr,
w, k. u item.... ,..1
o.Metnher attending Mondav nlrnt's
mentlna war Mrs. Max Jlolliek, Mrs.
W" H- ,'r'y. Mrs Theodore Clark
n.M MlM M.rjrto cIJ
CMfiem. Caufleld, Mta. Nll
ry KAll HIXN J. M CURDY
CrlsM er America Prss ss"
Lord Ijltleton came over to N
Turk In eearctfof a wife, II brought
letter U m. and I 1-t hlu. up
those clubs to which I belong.- I
dldu't need to Introdue him to our
art bocsus It was known he waa
coiulu-. aud all tb womeu with mar.
rlageable daughter - I mean thus
who are looking for foreign lltl
fiomled bliu with Invitation aa sooa
as be arrlvvHl
1 had a matrimonial acheiu on hand
myself. I dltta'l nl money, you
know, having a coupl of hundred
thousand ln.H.111. but I liked MU
Aurblucloaa. who had as much mora,
Thrr ar tbi- of us well to do peopl
who don't wish to be btitbered making
more mouey. We usually marry smoi'g
ounmlvee, so you It was possible
fur MU Auchluclos ami w to ron
sklor lov Just Ilk ordluary people.
Well. I lntrwlued tb alngllsUman I
her, and what did be do but mak up
to her and offer bliiuwlf.
Th first I knew of It Mis Aucl.lu.
close sent for me sud told me mlud
you, I hadu't proHwed to her-that ahe
waa lutrnulng to accept my loruiy
"Lov match r 1 asked, controlllug
my aurjirls. y
j -'.,u.iir ,
"Of course. W all wUh to get up
la th social scale, and. aay what you
like, a title la always a step higher
tban ao title." y '-
"How about th man you have to
tak wtth Itr
"Lyttleton la passable."
W all T . ; ' -
"What do you think of Itr .
"it'll l a good thing for m. I don't
e how a man can put another mora
aader obligation la himself thaa by
tatroduclng blia to a girl he hoped to
get for hi wife and giving ber up to
blm. When I go to London I'M bav
some on to do a lot for m. I Hies be
know of my pretensions?"
"Not till I tokl him."
"WIL gvodby. Too hsv accepted
him, I supposa."
"Tea, but w'r not to b married
for a year. . I'm to go ev,r aod bav
a kk at th castle. H says tlOO.UW
for mi Irs will b required,"
"Welti wish yon Joy la your title.
I bade her good by, and, going to my
dab, I found Ijrttleton.
'Hello, old chappler b aald. "fllsd
to as yon."
Aeret)t my roogratalatlons upon
"ttbe'a told you, has she? Well, old
fellow,, sb told m she has turned
yon down for me. iHrured poor taste.
yon know. Don't ae how. sb could
bav dona It By th bye, yon couldn't
let ma have a matter of 11.000 or so
for a few weeks? I'm getting remit
tance of rents from my agents da a
month from today."
"Certainly. Two thousand If you
Well, make It two wbll your
J wrote him a check for f 10.000, and
befor he left th country I bad lent
hiss tW.OOO more. Thla giving up my
girl to him sad lending blm the
sums I think wss, to say th At
magnanimous. I told blm I should b
over tha water soon after his arrival,
whereupon, ba said perhaps 1 wouldn't
mind waiting payment till I reached
there. I told blm It wouldn't trouble
me at all.
or pours th first thing I did an
reaching London was to notify him of
my srrivsl. II ram right down to
my hotel and shook both my banda
heartily. . , .,
I her on thing about It over
here," b aakt his exuberant welcome
sobering down, "our club don't allow
introducing strangers at all. It's w
fully disappointing not to be abl to
pot yon op. old chappy, but I can't
you know." , ,
"Oh. It doesn't matter." I aald. "I
suppose I'll meet some nlr people In
"So yon' will; ao on wIlL , put why
didn't yon coma In tha season? Most
of my friends ar out of town."
."Toa me a at tbelr country plac
aren i they to be n there?" -
'"Certainly, on Invitation. But yon
know, their guests ar all booked for
this season. I fa. awfully awkward,
"I se. Don't fa Ud about It"
"I must b going now. I hsv aa
appointment wit . Colonel D Gran
ville, on of th king's querrt.. m
telephone yon aa to my plaa for you,'
That waa tbe last' I aaw or beard
of Lyttleton. and a for my loan tbey
ar loan yet .......
- I vra about tw return, to America
when I rrlved a pot from Mia Au
chlnclosa asking m to com to se her
waa at a hotel, which surprised
""'Tl" Plaaeant Tlaitr ah asked.
"Selg lota of th aristocracy?
"Loads of them." !
Sh broke Into a lapgh.
"Oot tb moner rou lnni t -..1 L
How did yon find out about thatr
teM 1 "Ufh'd '"D' "A Mttl bird
1. 1 ',1 ' ' vi.n..
I sat tapping my foot. with naraa,.
Its sl off between Lrttlatoa- and
se.) I never IntanoaA t..
without sn Inveetls-stlmt f- .
, . , - uiauv
Ml Ancblncloa and f wsMtw wAM.
on th same etemr and when w ar
rived were engaged.
Th ten-year-old aon ot ni,.. ...
enMnV. CV."d, Org .upaAitanJ
nt in the ffawlsrv m 11. 1. . .
with typhoid fvir. ' "7 "c"
At A . .
h's spsc. Hther . 1 I
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