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Fall Today's News Printed Today Leased Wire Dlspatcnes gjgjySlTHYEAR SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915 PRICE TWO CENTS ON TRAINS AWD VBWI STANDS T1VB OEWTf E Is Resumed ea Turkish Commander PAfnscs Demand Telegraph Operator Who Once Worked In This City, Now In Hospital iFrench War Cace Announces Lcll In filling in Cham pagne District loiJo'i Mif ' 12. Bombardment of Kit -M wu rued today after the Tar :li .-ninifr had refused the .itcmd for siirr.'iiiler presented by Ad miral Peirse, in command of the Brit ,sh iivntinj! qi!a.ioii. itoi dispatches reported that the niter forts of the city had been re- tmi iml that Iwitish warships were ton ihflling the Iiatt.'rics from inside Shi iirhor. It ii reported nnoffii'ially that firit ib troops, possibly including a large Amtralim contingent, are being trans jirtd from Egypt to assist in the Dur iirita campaign. It is officially atirioiim od that the toaWdmoiit of the Dardanelles by nt Anglo-French fleet continues but 14! it ii having very little effect on tta fortifications, rlie activities of ftmrskips have !)! hampered by swilij fogs dining the pa-t two tains Tako Prisoner!',. Win. v ymAtn t.i SnvviNe. L. T ' &r.'u 2.-ln two battles in Poland. xa nl t) . . . ' : i ii;niK sun anutner at Aue. I'r,ri Kwsians have been taken fnwuro, Hit war office announced aitornooii. The prisoner, wro rejiiimitnl coiiu.ianders. Jif uovwDinent ridicules the Russian I "tas of victory at l'lhasuvsz. It ,le. i "I"'!" thai ilnrinit the hut ' ,.L.In ,lvJ It (iiroan, liave canttiied ll.liiil in, mi : Hnluh tow. attenmt ; i I foim .Veuve , h'ippplle j f raiioo. have I ' rtpukrl ,.lvv , 1(,. ratoraent asserts. ' ! The moat decisive Herman victory ; to the .r office, has occur! ! l northeast nf Aiigiistuf, where 40(10 teans, three can,,,,,, and In machine! ca,,t,lrP,. The Itussinns, it' " Wared w ,, fro,,, tliU J" !"' ' A series f wall '" miaciis nortaw wr repotted. San Francisco, March 12. Mrs. Lot tie Carlson, 50 years old, said to be wealthy, is dead, and her son, Einil J. Carlson, 32, a telegraph operator, is under the care of physicians at the Harbor Emergency hospital as the re sult of a strange poison mystery which was revealed today when the couple were found In a room oil l'ine street here. Two notes left by Carlson indicate that a suicide pact between mother and son (xisted, but the police are investi gating the circumstances to determine if the mother was dead when her son tool; poison or whether they took poison at the same time. At the hospital Carlson is under close guurd of detectives and will be takiMi to the city prison when his con dition permits and held pending an in vestigation of the sincerity of the two notes. Police beliovo' tho notes were written just before the woman died. M.-s. Carlson and her son took rat exterminator. The police say Carlson took only a small dose and is not in a serious condition. One of the notes was addressed evi dently to a telegraph friend of Curl son in Leu Angeles. It read: "Dear Perry: Well, 1 got in bad down there in Los Angeles, but 1 came up here to get in worse. Mo 1 am go ing the long route of all despondent suicides. 7a." "Goodbye. I have tried to be good but havo failed. It is better for me to go. Mother is going with me. 1 have tried to provide lor Ollie and the ouby. " Mrs. Ollie Carlson, estranged wife of Carlson, told the police that the elder Mrs. Carlson had caused her estrange ment from her husband. Carlson formerly work in Taeoina. Among telegraphers the numerals "73" express greetings or a cordiul farewell. Carlson was revived later and was cloudy questioned by the police. "My mother suggested the suicide pact."' he said. "She said to me: 'We include! are nil alone and we might just as well end our trouble quickly. A week ago Carlson arrived from Leu Angeles, and bis mother came from Watsonville to join him here. .Carlson said he had been unable to find work nnd was despondent. He denied that his Mint her was wealthy, saying their funds had almost run out. They dis cussed tho situation and decided to end their lives together, he said. Last night they engaged a room at the Grant hotel and there the woman took poison, her son following her ex ample, Capitol, Sacramento, Col., March 12 An invitation from the management of the Panama-Pacific exposition to the members of the legislature to at tend the fair in a bodv a week from tomorrow, was accepted by both houses today. Special entertainment features will be provided for the legislators dur ing tueir stay in Sun Francisco. t of Ostroleii-i Emil Carlson, who Is believed to have attempted suicide in Han Fran- ila..n urnu foe n almi-f tinirt ill llin Cull ... ' I of I SMI 7 muuagor of the local Western .. 1m, Shell Position. Union office. He, his wife anil mother ii. ".i. ,1,' w'ri'ies to Sawille. L. T.. l'nle here from Tacomn, Wash., sue ,...i . "I'tish warships and I ceding ,1. F. Holder as local manager - '"I"''10 "oats fired 7u shells' After living here for about three (riii.,..j T months Carlson was promoted to the 1 011 Five.) Iltellingham, Wash., office. OiO LAKE LABBISH SOIL TO YIELD RICH CROPS l Hayes, Millionaire Newspaper Man of San Jose, Cal, One of Principal Promoters of Valuable Reclama tion Project, Reports Progress-Golden Harvest Ex pected This Year and Possibly Railroad If the "'an ,n ' sroir ..i... . '""" '"o unities ot been started t secure d rect rail trans. ' Public h,.,i..f-, . Br,nv nefOf;iortntlon into the heart of the district " m 'In.' hivest,,, . . 0 W1,h ev,,rv nsonuble promise of sue Transforms n .. .'"I""" aun cess in the verv near future. '"J ilraik..... I't'crly valueless .Tn.tlu irniir! n SuprBna. tt.ll "I UI !1 HXV.,lln !,. r . . . .1... j Mr. naves has neen in me cny ht , the past two davs looking after his in terests in tho Lalilsh drainage district of Harden f prduetiv,i 3csc9tC3e3C3)e3e3(e3c)1C3c)ea4e INDIANS DIG FOB TEEASUEE Tendleton, Or,, March 12. Tndinns of the reservation near here are in a frenzy of excite ment today over the search for a treasure believed ot have been buried many years ago. . Agoud ko-ko - dye - a-lash, an agea squaw,, on her deathbed told of the treasure, but it could not be discovered from her ravings just where it might be found. The squaw ,was informed sev eral days ago that she was dy ing. She then directed her son to a spot where he found a can containing $1 100 in gold buried recently. Nineteen years ngo, she said, she buried another can. R. F. Kirkpatrick, a white man who farms her land has his entire force digging over every likely spot, WILL VISIT EXPOSITION. sin E BYGEilCfilER WAS NOT JUSTIFIED United States Will Ask That Full Reprisal Be Made to Owners of Merchantman SEWALL SAYS TO TREAT OFFICERS AS PIRATES Germany Willing To Settle for "Zeal of Excitable Captain" Is Report No Disposition On Their Part To Delay Operation of Enabling Act Acording to Jinnes A. Wilson, man ager ot tho Salem Brewery association, with headquarters in Portland, who is in Salem on business today, there is no inclination ou the part of any organ ization, and certainly not the liquor in terests, to invoke the referendum upon the prohibition law ns enacted by the In: t legislature, and that if any antag onism is aroused against tho law it will be through the operation of the law itself, niui this will not materialize until it hns been put into effect. 'The manufacturing interests ccr- toinlv have no interest in the referen- linn tin the prohibition law," said Mr. Wilson, "for, notwithstanding the luw, the constitutional amendment goes into rates to put the manufacturer of beer crates o put he inunutaeiire of beer and all other liquors, except alcohol for mechanical and scientific purposes, out of business, and why should they make any fight against the act which puts the prohibition amendment into opera tion. So Jar as the Salem brewery is con -erned we expect to go out or busi ness, and all that we have to worry about now is the disposition of our property interests in which wa stand to lose heavily in any event. ' ' Mr. Wilson Htates that so far no definite plans have been mado regard ing the lease, sale or other disposition of their brewery property in this city, and he is not able to give out any in formation upon that score at present. Dume Humor is responsible for the cir culation of speculator)' stories to the effect that the plant will be leased for a creamery, but neither confirmation or denial of this rumor can be authori tatively obtained. Fate of Harry Thaw Rests With Jurymen IS newspaper New York, March 12. The fate of Unrry K. Thaw, charged with con spiracy to escape from Matteawan, will rest with the jury before night full. Arguments of counsel ended at 4:30 p. in. and Supreme Justice Pago presid ing, began reading his charge. Thaw's cross-examination ended at 11 o'clock. It did not change his di rect testimony. Thnw was the last witness in his own case, although char acter witnesses for Chnuffeur Thomp son, one of the other defendants, fol lowed. This closed the defense's case, -...1 At,..,nit, .Tntin Sfnnrhf ielil Im- an,l when seen at fh Marion hotid last; mp(liut,, argument for evening, although somewhat fatigued Timw from his trip to the scene of his en- r,,irll, i.t, erossexnminntion Thaw Washington, March 12. Preliminary reports received toduy by President Wilson from the agents of th? govern ment at Newport News declared that the sinking of the American grain ship William B. Frye by the (lermnn con verted cruiser Prinz Eitel Friedrich was wholly unjustified. It is considered certain that when a complete report is received it will be an even stronger presentment against the Herman war ship. Pending receipt of nil details in the case, however, no formal action will be taken by the government. Administra tion officials expect that Germany will voluntarily open the case through either Ambassador Gerard in Berlin or the German ambassador here. A mere assumption of responsibility and promise of recompense, however, will not be considered sufficient by this government, Germany will be expected to disavow the net and to take steps to punish ( upturn Thicrn hens, commander of tho Kitul In sexij; official way. No breach of relations is expected, admin istration officials said, ns Germany un doubtedly will accept the American rep resentations in the most friendly spirit and grant all demands they present. The demand nmdo by Samuel Sewnll of Bath, Me., one of the owners of the Frye, that the officers of the Kitel be treated by the American government as pirates, will be ignored by the Ameri can officials. There is no intention of iuterferring with the officers or men. Tho consensus of opinion among gov ernment officials toduy was the Kitel would eventually decide to intern. Ex perts say she is unscaworthy nnd is practically beyond repair, making it al most necessary to rebuild her. No announcement of internment is expected to be made until after the Kitel has been partially repaired and coaled nnd possibly not until after she has attempted to make u start. Assistant Secretary of the Treusury Peters conferred with President Wilson reirurdinj the matter before the cabinet meeting. Later he ordered Collector of the Port Hamilton, at Norfolk, to get a statement from every member of the Frye'B crew, The cabinet ulso decided to demand complete satisfaction in the case of the William H. frye wiucn was buiik in the Atluntic by the Kitol. It was agreed nt the meeting that Germany would event ually accept responsibility. It was ex pected, however, that she might try to plead justification on the ground thut the allies were trying to starve her nnd that the sinking of the Frye was mere ly a just reprisal. It is understood that tho Frye matter will be made an immediate issue. Secretury of Stute Bryan ia reported to have told tho cabinet thut no defin ite agreement could be reached concern ing the proposed Anglo-French block ade of Germany without protracted negotiations. United States. Borlin dis patches say Germany thinks sinking of Frye unwarranted, strong American protest ex pected. Will be received in conciliatory spirit, responsibil ity placed on Captain of war ship Kitel. Poland. Announced great est eastern battle since Mazur in Lakes developing at Przsan ysz. Germans advancing from north and west against Pultusk fortress, 30 miles north of War saw. Germans on offensive at Lomza and Ostralenka, bom barding Ossowetz. Turkey. Non combatants Smyrna given 24 hours to leave. Demand for port's surrender refused, bombnnluient resumed. French expedition en route to Dardanelles. Reported British troops en route from Egypt. Constantinople asserts 1000 to 2000 British troops repulsed in attack Dardanelles forts. England. German submarine chased liner Lapland with many passengers on board, off Liver pool. England will answer to day American . note regarding food situation, rejecting de mands. Franco. Lull in fighting nearly everywhere in France. Are Not State Officers Within the Definition of the State Constitution AMERICAN MURDERED IN mum. colors John B. McManus Killed In Cold Blood By Zapatista Troops and His Body Riddled With Bulets Given Protec tion of Brazillian LegationSlain When He Offers Re sistance to Rebel Marauders Who Attempt to Enter His House Ml of whose J deavors swamp into a ''len' and in- " "'bii j , , V:'""' from 1,ss i, : l'1','? I"'r "f of , , """1'iiiaire up, n, f" TT: ,flifomia Ir C'''' the ee '"'iiT """"'"Mtho mellow richness of the soil to his ", , , ,,,,, of h, Mu f the " " ',n f. '! 'rfii content and dreamed of the , f M wll . l'r(.ilii,.tjv ..,. ',""i,i"ie nnt , great possibilities which are in store formerl,. ' (l",1,"l11 ,un'l In fer his little community, he glowed Ul,'i,, (,.. ,, . ,H''1 of-with pride and satisfaction as he re v." hun'r,.',t- . .'"n:!- ! '"'"'I progress that hns been made """" o,.. . ' niui nun ine nro ect. And ins nri'ic i" or the boastful variety, not iiy a juk ful. Neither is he the type of mil lionaire that belongs to the "idle-rich" class. On the contrary the casual ob server would never single him out for a millionaire among a thousand and he is as modest as the most ordinnry business-man farmer of the Willamette. Valley. Mi, 'f 4. KM ii " k:,.l. rs w.uii. . I!l.l. " crn. iin.. ""11 v,;,. tv W, lf 'Iwii s, v.. " "mil.,... , . " "' res of that of water will be: tif tl.tllfltlila "H hind, of field ;h,i iii of the where he plodded around l,njUHm,rted again his own sanity and In nn Impassioned plea to the jury, Attorney Stunchficld pictured "the hid eous existence among maniacs" to which Thnw hnd been doomed and de clared his client had been made the vic tim of a private vengeance after he bad recovered his sanity. cn.parn- county, could not a thriv u T Tn the light of tho construction Attorney General Brown upon what constitutes a state officer within the meaning of the constitution, which provides that no stale officer shall hold office for a term longer than four years, in Holding the board of regents of Ihe university of Oregon exempt from the operation of tho Mosor " spoilinen 's net", it is believed that the boards ol regents of the agricultural college and the Monmouth normal school are also exempt from the operation of the Mosor act and cannot be removed by the gov ernor except for cause. This question has not been passed up to Attorney General Brown for nn opinion, however, and he is silent upon the subject. Becauso the offices of the board ot regents of the state university are pure ly administrative and they hnve no ex ecutive functions which they car. per form individually under the law, with the exception of the president .secretary and treasurer who are paid officers and becauso they aro appointed bv the gov ernor subject to the npporval and rati fication of the state senate) and hold office for terms of 12 years, Mtoiuoy General Brown holds thnt they cannot be removed by the governor except with tho consent of the senate. The membfrs of the boards of regents of the agricultural collego and normal school arc appointed for terms of six and eight years and servo without pay, in tho light of the constitutional ileum- tion of a state officer, it is pofsililr that tho same construction placed upon the status of the regents jf the uni versity would apply to the ejllego and normal school boards. Tho Mosor act. provides, In substance, thnt all state officers and heads of de partments shall bo appointed for in definite terms, not to exceed four years and are subject to removal at Hie pleas lire of the appointing power. By John Edwin Nevin. Washington, March 12. John B. McManus of Chicago, an Amoricnn citizon, was "murdered in cold blood and his body riddled by bullets" by Zapatista troops in Mexico City. This was the declaration mado today by the Brazilian minister to Mexico in an official dispatch to the state tie- artmeut. Furthermore, beforo Mc- fnnus was slain, the Brnzilian minister had pluced his legation seal on Mc Manns' houso for his protection and the American flag was flying ovor it at tho time or tho outrage. Iheso dntnils of the murder were withheld when the stato department first announced McManus' death, but they leaked out and later the depart ment verified them. This incident presented such an alarming aspect of the Mexican situa tion that tho entire cabinet meeting to day was devoted to a discussion of it nnd tho developments In tho case of the German warship Prinii Kitel Fried erieh. Administration heads folt that the McManus affair indicated that General Kmiliano Znpnta might become a source of danger to Mexico City, dospito his prompt disavowal of the murder and! his promise of summary puuishment, made to the Brazilian minister, who represents the United Stntos in the ab sence of any ollicial American repre sentative, Tho government is dotormlned to In sist on speedy punishment of the sol diers responsiblo and to demand that Papain agree to protect all foreigners Germans Will Settle. Amsterdam, March 12. That Ger many regards the sinking of the Ameri can ship William It. Frye by the con verted cruiser Prin Eitel Friedrich was unwarranted was the word brought here todav in dispatches from Berlin. The news ennted a painful Impres sion in (lermnn otliclul circles. A strong nrntost is expected from the Washing ton government nnd it will be received in a concilintory spirit. Washington will be advised "that the unfortunate zeal of an excitable enptain' was re sponsible fur the ntralr. Until recently indirect reports hnve been received from the Eitol and these have not mentioned any nttnrk nn a neutral ship. " he censor has not yet permitted the isernn newspapers to mention the Frye incident. " "I t i.i M"'"roD -rfloweil . kj,v"t to ,h. -vi,,'J their IL .. '. "O lil TIGHTENS MARRIAGE BONDS. Philadelphia, March 12. That sepa ration with mutual consent is not suf ficient ground for grnnting n decree of divorce, was tho contention of Judge John M. Patterson, in dismissing a libel in divorce here recently. Judge Patter son declared bonds of matrimony would The Weather in the Mexican capital, Lato advices! indicnto thnt the danger lies In Zapata, not being able to control his own troops. In view of this situation, it ia believed that General Francisco Villa, Zapata's ally, will rush troops to Mex ico City to assist in clearing up tho situation. The Brazilian minister, In charge of Amoricnn affairs at Mexico City, ad vised tho state department this after noon thnt tho Cnrranzista troops with drew from tho enpitnl Wednesday night. After the cabinet meeting. Secretary Bryan telegraphed tho British Brazilian minister at Mexico City, asking him to insist that General Sala.nr, command ing the. .apatistas In Mexico City, punish summarily tho men who killed! McManus and make reparation to his) family. Bryan approved the action of the minister in making informal de mand for such punishment. The sec retary thought It possible that tho guilty person or persons had already neen punislied lv .apntii. McManus Was Venturesome. Now York, March 12. Men here who knew John McManus, victim of Zapa tistas in Mexico City, said todny he wus "venturesome". He was formerly In the dairy business in tho outskirts of this city. Secretary of Stnto Bryan admitted, during a conference with tho newspapor cormsponilenls, that tho murder of McManus and several Spaniards wero not the only acts nf violence which marked the transfer of control of Mexico City, Ho admitted that In structions had been communicated to (ho Brazilian minister to Mexico. Roseburg School-Superintendent Would Succed W. W. Elder to the Position City School Superintendent B. F. Hamlin, of the Roseburg schools, is the latest candidate for the job of com. mnndnnt of the Oregon soldiers' home to succeed the present incumbent, W. W. Elder who l,n held the position for the past 12 yenrs. Mr. Ilu"ilin win in Salem today building up his fences with be members of the board of control and iMime nrmed with personal letter of recoinniond'it'o.i t'um Kl r' I'. Her- ors imineiliiitoly, I rntinri, an ntt I'oey of lioseburg and son !ef former 'oni;.'i t, i nan 1'iuirnr Her I mnnn, but whet encouragement ho re leeived is merely guesswork n linth ! State Treasurer Kay nnd Secretary of Sttae Oleott are non-committal upon the subject nud Governor Withycombo lis out of the city for the duy. I It is known, liowver, that both I Treasurer Kay nnd Secretary Oleott have been opposed to making changes in the adiniiiislrnlion nt the homo tint it is undo st, i 4 tint (( nirnor Wit; combe !'avi rs it change. The pri.i 'p-l argument urged for the (emovnl of Commandant lOlder is that ho is a pro nounced ami active worker for tho cause of democrucy and the republicans of Douglns county tire clamoring for his scalp, Mr. 1 1 ii rnli has been u lifelong republican ami served throughout tho ciiuipalgn In the Philippines ns lieuten ant of Cnmpnny H, Second Oregon volunteers, To Coll Out) Reserves. Paris, March 12. Tho chamber of deputies today voted to call the rs servs of the class of 1010 to their col- Eour Little McKnights May Get $5000 Appropriation " iihl. -v"" '"tie "5t. """O.I owing are First Big Crop This Season. "There are approximately VM acres .1. j i' It ...II fr "i'n-r lilts uiu nivp Iiruieci. pmw .- . . , ... , . , . .1 . t the! Haves, when oneStione. renardimr the not be dis.oivoii oy .uw unless uen. " w.n,..aity in. progress belnz made in the reclamation pc.t.ve proof or nie grounus on wn.cn ,.. ftrm. . . "irrsvil for ,,,L .! ll, ,,,..,..1 nnrl on Of It Sue 11 u- ." ot hs already (Continued on Page Three.) "Separation is not necessarily sertion," defined Judgo Patterson. de- THIS IS MftffuT I All B'CMT V Mi Oregon: Tonight and Saturday oc casional rain west, cloudy, probably howers east por tion; south to southeast winds. Walter Wilson Objects To FiguresWithout Clothes Son Francisco. March 12. Walter Wilson objects to having his head and band kills his wife, the statuary at the Panama-Pacific ex- nnsition. Induced to nose for a stntue because of his extraordinary Grecian profile, Wilson threatened today to bring suit aguinst the exposition on the groun that he hnd been maligned by the sciil tnr who executed the Grecian statue which stands near the Palace of Agrl mil I urn. Several months ngo, Wilson says, he was passing through the building where model, were belnir made when an en thusiastic sculnlnr sided him and called attention to his remarkable Greek pro file. Wilson was Induced to pose, the artist copying hi" hend and shoulders. Todav when Wilson mado his first trin to the fair, he said, he was amazed ' to see a nude statue of himself near the agricultural building. He insists that t. was airoed Hint ins nen.i sun shoulders would be copied, and he now threatens suit because ho says the sculptor "added" the remainder of the figure, Germans to Dlscusii Peace. London, March 12. A cablegram from Amsterdam this afternoon stated that the Vossische 7eitung declares the fturmah agricultural union, a farmer's union, and various similar associations hnve petitioned the reichstng for per mission to discuss terms of peace. Melding, Cal., March 12. "They are kicking about lis high as babies a day old ordinarily kick nud tho mother is doing nicely," This was the ileclarat ion nero touny nt noon o Or. II. I", rnrrisn, wno nun just returned from I'elln Vista, Mliasia exposition. , tv. where Mis. i . u. MC.Mgni laic i, leans lis iniinws: liirin in lour other youngsters. Scott's resolution, which Is consider ed by other senators ns being decidedly unique, Is to be sent to former Presi dent b'oosevelt, President Wilson ami President Mmre of the Pnniimn I'ncifiii " Whereas, Mrs, C, O. Mc Knight, wife of ii Shnstii county fanner, has now ! ill ImI to the glory of this stato by giving birth to four children at oii'l lively as crickets, and, time, thereby increasing her progeny tn all to live. I hey lire 1 1 1 and adding finr prospective citizens Wfdmsdirv night gave normal children, " When I b'lt the McKinght limne, ontluiied Hr. Punish, "the four little McKnights we. expect them taking nourishment regularly from their mother s breast, nnd so lur sue has been able to I t all of nature's dele 'iinls. " Shasta county is so prisid of Mrs. Mi Kuigiit nnd the VcKnight, quadrup lets that the county board of supervis ors today uispaiciieii a inline, niirsu to the McKnight home with orders to "stnv there until Mrs. McKnight says she no longer needs you." Mrs, Mc Knight and her husband also were no tified that tin- county was prepared to see that "they wanted fur nothing that money could buy." Legislature May Reward. Capitol, Sacramento, Cnl., March 12. High tribute Is paid to the Shasta county woman who a day or two ago gnve birth to fjjur children, In a reso lution presented to tho senate today by Senatir Scott, of Sun Francisco, who good and true to the population of this state; and, "Whereas, tho said Mrs, McKnight has followed out tun Scriptural man il lit o ami has been fruitful and multi plied, beyond the wildest dreams of ex pectaiiou; nnd, " Wherens the said Mrs. McKnight has by deed Instead of mere empty words, declared a refutation nf the) theory that nice suicide prevails in tlm stute of Califirnia; and, "Whereas, tho hinliand' of the snbl Mrs. McKnight is engaged in the Indus try of farming nnd In spite of the fruit fulness of the soil, tiie nerimge of hi farm Is Inadequate to support so nu merous progeny; now, therefore, be If "Itesolved, by the senate, tho as seiii'ily concurring, that the finance committee be Instructed to draw up and report a bill providing for an ap propriation of loiio to be prosented to Ihe raid .Mrs. Merungtit in rocoguiiiort lia that Ihn statu legislature vote WdO for the humblo parents of of the great boon which she has con theno quadruplets who have raised ninel ferred on tno state oi isiuornia.