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OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY. AOVRKTIHINO RATKS. PUBI.UHKI) KVKHY KKI1IAY BY 8 LO AN P. 8HUTT, ' Rdlior and Proprietor. , Profewtional cards..... I OOKr month One square 1 So nor month , One-quaitr column..,.. a ou lr mouth One half column (S W per month i Oiieeoltimii lu coper month Business locals will be onarire'l nt 10 iwuts per j line for first liiaertlou and 5 t-euts per line there Hul)rlillon I! din. Otia ye'ir (Itiyarlalilj' in a'lvani'O) , ..11 SO Hlx im.nt i .. I 0 Itirtit iiiutilli after. Legal advertisement will In all rases be charged to the party rmlering them, at legal rate, and paid for before affidavit in furnished VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. MAY X W. NO. 8. - biiiK' coitlia , u THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY, V CONDON GLOBE. Kntertd at the llutafflce at (iiivltm, Orrgua, at oTHf-r((i' mult matter. OrPlClAI, DIKKCTOIIV. Unl led Male.. Prnsirieut Bkmjamii Habkihoh Vlee I'rimiiliini, I.kvi K MohtoK BiiiircUry of Slate Jamkh K Hl.AINK Bwrotary of I ruaniirv (;ha. Ko.tkii Secretary of Interior J, V Norn, hewlary of War MrjcruKN H. Ki.kink Hwretmy of Navy B. K Ikacy I'lmliiiaHttr-deiinral John Wanamakkh Attorney-lieiieral W II. II. Miixkh beeretaryof Agrleitlture ...Jknkmum M'k , Slate of Orvajon. ' Governor.. I'knnoyk.k et rut.irir of Htave. ., l W. McHwii T ro i rcr J'iiii, Mktm.'iian bnit, of rubllu luntrno lou B II. .M Ki.boy fcuimtor. J- MlTCHKI.!- bwu,,",r" l. N J)mi.pm. C'ollK CMniHIl H II KHM A H K Printer Khan. !. Bakkm ill. H hi KAMA N W. P I.OKU. H. H. Bran. ffeventh Jmlltilnl IHalrlrt. ' Joint MlMIRlor f'HAIII.KN llll.TOM I'lrcait Jmlge , V. I HiiM.Hiiiw I'rciixmtliiK Atomey W. II. Wii.mn Gilliam County. !!eireenlatlvo W. J. Mui.kry Jiliigir W. .1, Maiiinkk Cinmlsslouar... . Clerk " ; .....Jay I. l.n.A HherifT. W. 1. Wiuox Tri'urr , 11. H. Kwinii A 6iMir. David M a son Surveyor , ,.H. (I. JIi'Kl.iH'Hr School Hiipurintvailvnt I.itikn Pamskh Cortmor , K K. Hankinm Htock Inspector m Alkx Iithi Condon I'reelnet. Justice of the I'l-f... .....OkoiuikTatom Comlable Kan Kinkmakt Union I'aolne Kail way Tim Curd. Taklnt erT.Mit Jminary I IMI2, imliL will arrive and leave Ar.luRto j at followa vii.: (Aar-mivNo. Train No. 3, taat mail, eave Arlluxton dally tf 1:A A. M. S i, I'aelHo exrr,leavea Arllnnlon dally at 3 lu v. m. Wtnt ltOtlNo, Train No. I, fant mall, ltave Arllutcu daily tl'.U)A. M. No. 7 Pacific exprm, leave Arlington dally at a il r. M. n m i-Nan UKANCII thaimii. T.aIii No. 31 arrive from Heppner dally, e e'ptr)iindty at 11 a m. Ki. Kt -nvt lor Heppner dally, except fan day, at 3:W r. M. T'iriiiitti tl- keU o!d aud bRAice checked throiivii M ail ptiini lu tlie I'iui.hI f mi, ana Cauaoa. H. COI.UNH, In ket AR-nt, Arlington, Or. 1 V. & A. M.-MT, MORIAH I.OIW.K. No. A. rimed i run in ii nl atlnti on t)rt fnrilay ete . I II K Mfter llr.t MuutJai not i m il luontti. ii JiinrnliiKtirit'lireii In (tood.'aml nitareeordmlly Invited to att. nil. P. K CAWlN, VV. .M. Hkhhkrt lil.tKAl, Heeretury. KEV. W. C. WIHB WIIX 1101.1) HKUVlCKf! eveiy ill and 4th Sunday Imarh iimiiiiIi at uimlnu. morn iik and eveuiiiR. ami at Matnv pOtiiKilttuiiM. at i t. in. Kvery lt and l Sit'iday tie will pr'.acn.i .Mttyviiie.morniiiKan evening Economical Men, -TRY ED Ii. HUjlTIiEY'S $10 SUITS For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion plate and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents. Ed It. Huntley & Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors, 184 MADISON STREET, CHICACO, ILL. When ordering samples please mention Condon ((Jilliam county, Or.) Hi.obk. ' V. CANTWEI4V Lost .' Valley-; Saw v-lill. CANTWELL BROS., Proprietors. in Kinds of Surfaced imkt, Rustic,. All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 V'-r cent, in number of fret. AH lumber 'discounted 10 per Condon Livery SOUTH MAIS STREET, CONDON, OR. Charles Fix, Good horses for hire 'at reasonable rates. Special attention given to transient stock. : "-.-. . .... . ;- : . , Fat csttle for my meat market taken on accounts. Your trade is respectfully solicited. 'm EXCHANGE P. SKELLY, KEEPS ON fresh Beer, Wines, FEESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEQ BEES UPON IOE. ;;, A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like having a little aunmement eall around and JjH. J. J. HOOAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Condon, Or. Olllee Oregon ave., next door to Olnbe ofnee. Jjll. JOHN NICKMN, Condon, Or. Office at residence of Major l.ucax, Oreon avenue. J AY P. M'C'AH, Comity Clerk, DOK tl.lj unfit or Land and notary business In a tti-at and inn-liil manner. iROKrjK TATOM, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Condon, Or. Collection made and prompt return Riven. J "w. 'xJAKi.lNU, Notary Public nnd Conveyancer, Condon, Or. follwMon made with dlnpatoh. Ki'preaett'N the l'rinan Auierli'an and the North tl File and .Mer.ne liiitiau eCoaipany. JOIl KKI.IAHLK FIKK INUUKAN'CK ... AFPI.Y TO Til K "Phcenix of Habtfoho." Cath AmrU, $S,mjKH M Herbert Hal. lead, Aa;ent. Condon, Or. 1()S)ON-IXK fCOCK DAILY HTA'iB IJNB. ' l. M. Kloehart, Proprietor. Inve Condon every moruliiR (Sniiday e cepiwl) at fM o'clock, and a rive, at Lone Kock at 12 M. via Matuey aud ljot Valley. tmr, I'MID. Kound Trip, t.ftO. S.1 1 8. (1IUDKK. II. M. IKWH. Carpenters and Contractors, Condon, Or. All kind of rarpeuter wark dune with dlr patch at f he remit ri-a.onable chaiRea. tiflli-e .tn airoet wherever you i-au Hnd them. r A. GOODWIN, Painter and Paper-Hanger, Condon, Or, All kind of palntltiR and paperlnR done at miMli ra'e rate. 01 v me a chance. IJOKTOKIMCK VARIKTY STORK, Iconic Hoi k, Ok. 4, II Oolt, 1'roprletor. Keep al wayn on hand Me Heine, Cr and Tobaceoa. tine Candlea, Mehmil rtupplien, To. let Arlirlea. Mtiitlonery, Hero, aud Toy, and every tliiiiR eUe umially fiitiud in a nountry variety More, Kverythlnit I handle U flrt--la, and my prl are the lnwe.t. (Hve me a trial. I.KX BAISIMIKII, Shoemaker. I have been on the benck over tweiny year, (ml am maxtt-rat the limine.. Briux on your nulcr. All mv "fork guaranteed. Shop In the Klx hulllluv, at icalen, Coudoti, Or. ONE OF- A. CANTWEIX. Cslljnj and. Flooring Always on Hand, cent, lor cash. and Feed Stable, Proprietor. ; SALOON. W Proprietor, HAND Liquors and Cigars. see rat. Jtie wiu treat you weu. THE CHICACO EXPOSITION. Belgium Will Make an Extensive Ex hibit, Including Over 400 Works of Art. Victoria, Australia, haa made a World'i Fair appropriation of 10J,000. The bulletin Rent out by the Chicago Worl'l'e Fair Conimieaion contain no mention of Oregon. In the government exhibit will aopear all the relics, which are obtainable, of various Arctic exploring expedition. Argument for and againt Sunday opemnKOf the exposition will be heard by the national convention on October 0. Great Britain has added 35.000 to its World's Fair appropriation, making it now 60,000, or approximately $300,000. The number of intending exhibitors announced from Pennsylvania np to date is 300, of whom 250 are I'nilauelpmans. Applications for apace in the exposi tion buildings now aggregate nore than 4,01)0,000 square feet, a little over one- third being from foreign applicants. An Esquimaux village inhabited by from fifty to seventy-five natives of the frozen region will be one of the eights on Midway Flaiuance at the exposition. It is reported that a number of Indians from the Peruvian forests and a large collection of native Peruvian paintings will be included in the exhibit which Peru will make. Word has been received at exposition headqiinrtera that Belgium will make an extensive exhibit, including over 400 works of art. embracing both paintings and statuary, a varied assortment of manufactured articles, arms and mu sical instruments. A special Belgian Commissioner to the fair is expected to arrive in Chicago soon. RMNtiTON-KOH-ML DAILY STAGE LINE. L K. A. Nelaon, I'roprietor. rAKK KHoM AllUNOlON TO Fomill tl 0 Return, 910 00 Mayv lie 6 0) .Ke urn. 00 ('niiiloil , 4 00 Return, 7 10 'lent 3 no Return, 5 00 Olex i 00 Return, 8 00 Lave ArlliiK'oh every morulntr (Kuudav ex- eepteii at :;i0 o'el x-k. Indue at tloiulou at ii r. M . aim arrive at roatll at 7 P. M. BENNETT S DEPOT '.' HOTEL, AltI.INiTON, OB. Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W. A'lJirlnluK the dnot.lt. in v ry convenient for iawneem from me nai-a eountry wno have to leave by ulirrit train. II Ur u ird l)tulrh getptwhta. On par le t laiicaxt. NoCh'urie. Meeta all Iraitia, J. . HEXNKTT, I'roprietor. TIjs Celebrated French Cure, "W? "APKRCDITINE" sa Is Sold o A POSITIVE C'JARANTCE toenro any form oinorvoi: ulseonj orauv disonltrof the generative or- rjansotei.nerRt-x, .-hcl!-.er arisiuu' fnii:i t hoexcessi vo . .BEFORE l-';ocf Srlmuhmts. AFTrfJ TobaccoorOpIu:n,orthrour;li youUiful inule. tion.overinuiilTcuoe.Ao .auchas Loo( P.ra;:i Power, WuUef! :lnesj, LcariERdoun J'ulnsiiit;.j bank.HernianlWenknctii, Uj-btcr!a, Kcrvoui iMi tialion, Koeturiicl inl iioua, I.e -.eorrhoa, Dlz tluens, wenk Memory, Lo.scf l'owernnd Impo-t'-ncy, wlili hliueijlcctedoften lenato trematuro r'.il a-.;e and lnanltv. Prlco $l.co a box, 6 boiei Ior(.V(i0. Hpntbyrnn!lonrore!ptof price A WRtXr-V Cil'AUAKTEK la glvetl for every j.cOorforreeciveil,tfrefniul themoney i( a Permanent euro !) not efleotMl. Wo bae thousandsol tertimonia'a frorao'd and younir. 1)1 bothrexea.v-hohnvo been permanently eurrd by tlieuseof Aphroditine. Clreularlree. Addresi THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. WoaUiru Branch, XJox 27. Poktind. Oa. roa SALS BV I.. W. DAKLINO CO., Condon, Or. Fader's Golden Female Pills Relieve Suppressed Meuatruatlon. Uaed aucccasfully by thoua andi of prominent la dies monthly. Thor oughly reliable aud ale. Worth tweuty times their weight In gold for female irreo vlarittet. Never known to fail. Bent by mail sealed lor. Address The Aphro Medicine COMPANY, TPeatern Branch, Boa 97. Portland, Oregon. KOK HAI.K BY t.. W. DARLING ft CO., Condon, Or. Our Wonderful Remedies. Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Crape Root. ; The great blood purifier and is the product of Oregon soil. Dr. Grant's Kidney and For the euro of Bright's Disease, ache and all kidney troubles. Retail pnee, if I. Dr. Grant's Native Discovery. The great female remedy. For peculiar to females. NjUx price, $1. Dr. Grant's Cloalo. The ereat dvslensia conqueror: all its kindred ailments. Every bottle Bold under a positive guar antee to eflect a cure or money refunded. Retail price, $1. Manufactured by O. W. R. CO., Portland, Or. iFor Sale by L. W. Darling & Co., Condon, Or. OCCIDENTAL MELANGE Judge Shattuck Oppsed to the Chinese Exclusion Act. AN APPOINTMENT BY GOV. MARKHAM. British Seal Poachers Threaten to Sail Under the German and Other Flags Other News. A large colony of Japanese propose to emigrate to Sonora, Mexico, locate along the Yaqul river and cultivate silk, tea and rice. Chinese are getting into San Diego from Mexico with but little trouble. Eighteen were smuggled in at one time a few days ago. There is a protest against the manner In which the voting booths are being constructed at Los Angeles. It is claimed they will permit of fraud. Charles' Taylor, the man who "peached" on Frank Hen ton, bis pal, in the robbing of the Boise City postothce, now says his story was false, but that statement is not credited. The Chinese of Portland are exercised over the death of one of their country men while in the jail. They claim the police used undue violence, and are de termined to have the case thoroughly investigated. - The Palm Valley Water Company in San Diego county, Cat., has ordered In dian Agent KuBt to reopen the ditch which he recently closed. The Indians are overjoyed at their ditch being given back to them. The State Supreme Court of Idaho has held valid what is called the high-iicense law in Idaho. Tbe court sustains the law at every point. The measure pro vides that the license shall vary in towns of different population. The seal poachers of British Columbia threaten to sail under German and other flags and look toother governments than Great Britain for protection. Many of tbe sealers have invested all their money in these piratical ventures, and are now bemoaning the probable loss of their in vestments. Astoria's railroad excitement has taken to that city a gang of burglars, who are irighU'niag lone women in their houses in the early part of the evening. A number of- petty thefts are reported, but no large "haul" bas yet been made. Judge Catltn at Sacramento has de cided that the election to provide a spe cial tax to pay special policemen was illegal and the tax not collectable, owing to a fatal feature in the tickets voted, which had the allirmative printed on them and not the negative, the law re quiring both, so that the voter could scratch the one lie did not wish to in dorse. Chances are favorable for tbe estab lishment of the proposed telephone line from Pendleton to Long Creek and Can yon City, and it is probable that ork will begin very soon. As soon as roads are easily passible W. D. Fletcher, man ager of the Pendleton Exchange, and others interested will go over the route and perfect arrangements. The building of the line will be a great advantage to Pendleton and to places all along the route. Hopmen of Lane county. Or., report that up to within a couple of weeks ago hops made a rapid and hardy growth, but the past two weeka ago they have grown very slowly, owing to the damp, cold weather. They expect them to come out all right, however, and the prospects at present are that hops will command a good price next fall. Tbey are now quoted as being worth 35 cents. Most hop raisers believe that the hop lice are going to be unmerous this sum mer, and many of them are already pre paring to do a large amount of spraying. Judge Shattuck refused a writ of ha beas corpus in the cane of thirteen Chi nese, who came to Portland on the steamer Batavia and were denied land ing by the Federal authorities. Judge Shattuck gave his decision in accordance with United States law, and then pro ceeded to declare the law excluding the Chinese obnoxious and iniquitous. "We must alter our attitude toward the Chi nese," said he, "or war will be the re suit. China is getting to be a ve-2 wealthy and powerful nation, as the French found after a vain struggle of three or lour years to get posaesston of a little piece of her." gyp - tern tonic. Purely vegetable, and Retail pnee, ?1. Liver Cure. Diabetes, Biliousness, Sick Head the cure of diseases and complaint Under a positive guarantee. Retail will positively cure dvsnensia and CONGRESSIONAL MATTERS. Bill Designed to Remedy Defi-e'.s in the Workings of the Interstate Commerce Law. The Treasury Department has decided that customs officers are not authorized to permit the original entry of Chinese persons on the submission of naturaliza tion papers issued by another govern ment. The United States Court of Claims has rendered a judgment under the Hermann bill of last Confess in favor of Ezekiel Bailey of Douglas county, Or., for $2,50 for property destroyed in the Oregon In dian wars. The annual fortifications bill has been practically agreed on by the fortifications subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations. A cut amounting to more than 36 per cent, has been made from the bill of last year. The Senate has adopted the resolution offered by Stewart several weeks ago, calling upon the Secretary of the Treas ury for information as to the purchase of silver bullion and the coinage of sil ver under the act of 1SU0. Bland bas introduced a resolution in the House instructing the Committee on Ways and Means to report a bill impos ing an income tax sufficient to meet the expenditures for pensions; also a bill to repeal all taxes imposed upon currency issued by authority of the States. The House Committee on Agriculture has decided to report a bill providing for agricultural colleges for experiments in silk culture. Representative Caminetti says one of them will go to California under the bill's provisions. It will be under the supervision of the University of California. Senator Allen has submitted to the Indian Committee what he thinks is about the fair thing for a report on the ruyaiiup Indian reservation; but, as before stated, the committee does not take the same view 01 tbe situation as the VVashinsrton delegation, and is liable to make a different report. After havinz considered the attention of constitutionality for a loug time the House Judiciary committee has decided to report a resolution directing an iaves tigation to be made into the Pinkerton system. The committee came to the conclusion because of the alleged use of Pinkerton men by interstate commerce carriers and also because it was alleged tneir employment resulted in violence to persons and property. Secretary Blaine appeared the other day before the Senate Committee on Commerce and made a strong argument nposiiiL' the pending resolution author izing the landing of the French cable on the shores of Virginia and South Caro lina. His objection was because the trench Cable Company, co-operating with the Brazilian government, had an absolute monopoly of the cable privi leges between the United btates and Brazil, and if tbe resolutions paseed. tbe negotiations looking to the procurement of a concession to the American Cable Company would come to naught. The Secretary appeared to be in excellent health, and made bis argument with spirit and emphasis. Senator Squire says he is not sure that he will be able to secure the passage of the bill for the gun factory on the Pacific Coast, and he is now looking with some favor upon the proposition from the War Department, which suggests that the Pacitic Coast should, pending legisla tion on this latter, accept about fiity mortars, to be situated at important points for the protection of the river and harbor property. Even if the bill should pass lor a government factory, H could not be buiit and turn out guns until at least two years. During that, time it is t bought by some of the War Department officials that it would be well to send tbe mortars to the coast. Mr. Mason, Commissioner of the In ternal Revenue, said the other day that t he recent decision ot the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of George u. &aton is liaDie to be misunderstood by persons not familiar with the facts. That particular case, he explained, arose under tne original oleomargarine act, which did not prescribe a penalty in case wholesale dealers failed to report to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue The law, however, was subsequentlv amended to cover this omission. It should be understood therefore it is no longer a mere department regulation, but a provision of the law. John Joy Edson, Chairman of the Citiiens' Committee of the Twenty sixth National Encampment of the Grand Army, to be held at Washington in September, has written a letter to Commander-in-Chief Palmer, stating the committee has asked Congress to appro priate $100,000 from the funds of the District of Columbia to assist in paying the expenses of the encampment, and that in consequence of the erroneous belief that the appropriation was asked from the fund of the general govern ment, members of the Grand Army sent protests to Congress aeainst the appro priation. Edson sys the misapprehen sion is embarrassing to the committee, and asks the appropriation may be re quested so far as possible. Economist Holman is determined to make a very strong fight against the river and harbor bill when it comes up in the House, He thinks he will have strength enough to defeat it. Chairman Blanchard, however, says he sees no reason why it should not pass. The Senate Committee on Commerce is goinu' ahead with the consideration of the biii and the amendments which that com mittee proposes to make to it when the bill comes over. They have gone about half way through the bill, but have not yet touched the Pacific Coast improve ments either on rjversor harbors. There is no doubt Senator Dolph will secure some amendments for increases in Ore gon, and the present action which Sena tor Squire made for Washington will s cbt aoma inereasM for that itat. BEYOND THE ROCKIES. Product of Silver From American Mines Last Year. FARMERS. OF IOWA ARE ALARMED. The Women of Chicago Take an Interest In Gean Street Cars and Clean Streets Etc. The teachers at Fort Dodge, la., are on a strike for higher salaries. Wool ratea have been reduced from 81 cents to 57 cents, Mississippi river to Boston. Farmers of Iowa are alarmed over the unfavorable season, which is delaying all planting. It is thought that a fair crop can yet be made throughout the flooded districts of Mississippi. A great deal of valuable land is being washed down the Missouri river above Atchison, Kan. It is estimated that about 30,000 horses were ousted from the street-car service last year by electricity. The jury in the case of the Ulster County (N. Y.) Savings Bank wrecker, Matthew J. Tramp, has failed to agree. San Antonio citizens have organized a force to assist the police in patrolling the city and stamping out the rampant firebugs. The cost for carrying oat the Behring Sea arbitration treaty with Great Brit ain is estimated by Secretary Blaine at 1150,000. The women of Chicago have taken an interest in clean street, cars and clean streets, and the improvement is marked everywhere. The Standard Oil Company is said to be trying to form a natural-gas trust. The object is to prevent waste and get more money. President Harrison has designs upon purchasing tbe old Harrison homestead, which is part of the Berkeley estate on the James river. The Thomas-Houston Company ta building at its shops in Lynn an electric locomotive, which is designed to develop 50 horse power. Charlie Wing, the Japanese leper, who for over two months has been an inmate of the Philadelphia Municipal Hospital, is said to be recovering. At Topeka, Kan., indictments against several Union Pacific railway officials are looked for on charge of violating the interstate-commerce law. Dr. Julius Goebel of Mew York city bas been appointed associate professor of German literature in the Leland Stanford (Jr.) University. Mrs. J. Coleman Drayton will not live in Europe. She will live with her mother, and will return to New York to take her old place in society. Mr. Dray ton will reside abroad. The farmers of the United States sent abroad in March of this year breadstnffs valued at $28,008,000, whereas the amount of such exports in March of last year was only $12,000,000. Senator Teller says there is no founda tion for the report that the silver men would form a new party. A league to promote silver interests is to be organ ized, but not as a political party. Mrs. Porter Stocks has filed a petition for divorce from her husband, a nephew of the noted revivalist, Sam P. Jones. They have been married for some years. Cruelty is alleged. Clark of Wyoming has introduced in the House a bill to extend the right of franchise to every woman in the country over 21 years of age to vote for Repre sentatives in Congress. The connection between the two sec tions of the intermediate spans of the great bridge at Memphis has been finally . made, and the completion of the struct ure will be a matter of a very short time. Charles E. Stone, land commissioner of the Louisville and Nashville railroad, a club man and society leader, la under arrest at Birmingham, Ala., for embes zling $10,000. He is said to have gam bled heavily. The Mississippi river is still rising rapidly, and there is every indication that it will pass the high-water mark of last year. It has been raining most of the time the past week, and at some points the levees are caving. E. O. Leech, Director of the Mint at Washington, states that the product of silver from American mines last year' was 53,330,000 ounces of the commercial value of $57,630,040, or a coinage value in silver dollars of $75,416,565. Another imposing structure will soon rise beside the divinity building of the Catholic University of America at Wash ington on the grounds of that Institu tion. Cardinal Gibbon laid the corner stone recently with impressive ceremo nies. General Foster, who assisted in the Brazil reciprocity treaty saya the United States never promised not to make a similar agreement with any European country. Reports that such an agree ment was reached have been circulated by enemies of the Braxilian government for political purposes. The Lower House of the New Y'ork Legislature has passed a woman's suf frage bill; which will be defeated Jin the Senate. Last year the Senate passed it, and the Assembly defeated it. This game of passing the measure in one branch and then defeating it iu the other haa 1 been playsd agaim and again.