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THE MORNING . OKEGOKIAN, TUESDAY, . JXHsE 6, 1905.
Newberg, Dayton and Dallas
Are the Three Guests .
PLEASING EXERCISES HELD
JMcMinnrillc, Hlllsboro and Forest
Grove Will Unite to Visit the
Lewis and Cl&rktCentennlal
TWO WEEKS IX OREGON" CITIES.
Each Cay for the next two "weeks
from two to four Oregon cities will
participate In the Lewis and Clark Ex
position. Each city will be repre
eented by special delegation!, and ex
ercises will be held at the Fair grounds.
The Exposition management has planned
to extend a hearty welcome to these
visitors and every advantago will be
afforded them for seeing the Exposi
tion. The first three cities participated
successfully yesterday, and three more
delegations will be the guests of honor
today. Yesterday's guests were New
berg, Dayton and Dallas; today's are
McMlnnville, Hllleboro and Forest
Dallas, Dayton and Newberg, three of
the most enterprising and most prosper
ous municipalities of Oregon, hold the
center of the stage at the Exposition yes
terday. It- was a busy day for the dele
gations, numbering several hundred peo
ple. Arriving in the city at an early
hour, nearly all went directly to the Ex
position grounds and did not leav them
again until late at night.
At 11 o'clock in the morning appropri
ate exercises were held jointly by the
three delegations in the Oregon building.
Here they were met by President Jeffer
son Myers, of the State Commission, and
President H. W. Ooode, of the Exposi
tion, who welcomed them to the Fair.
The Administration Band was present
and added to the pleasure of the occasion
with good music At the opening of the
meeting. Mayor Jesse Edwards, of Xew
berg, was named as chairman of the
meeting. He called the assemblage to
order and was formally presented to Mr.
Goode, who extended the freedom of the
grounds to the delegates and all their
frienda. Mr. Myers, who was next intro
duced, assured the visitors that the doors
of the Oregon building were open to them
at all times, and that they were to con
eider the place as belonging to them.
Representatives of the three cities then
had an inning, and gave descriptions of
the advantages of their respective towns.
Talk on Oregon Cities.
Mayor E. Biddle, of Dallas, was the
first called upon, and he eulogized his
prosperous town briefly, expressing the
hope that all homeseekers would Investi
gate that locality before deciding upon a
location. Mayor Biddle was followed by
R. Li. Harris, on behalf of Dayton. Mr.
Harris paid a high tribute to his city,
saying it is leaving nothing undone in the
effort to keep in step with the inarch of
"Dayton rejoices with the people, of the
great city," he said, "in the consumma
tion of their hopes and desires to com
memorate fittingly the achievements of
Lewis and Clark. May this Exposition
result in all the good for the Northwest
hoped for by its most ardent friends! May
It carry to the world the message that
here in the boundless West there are
possibilities of material development that
.will ultimately make this country, 'where
rolls the Oregon,' an empire within it
selfr' Mayor Edwards, of Newberg, next responded;-
and painted a bright word-picture
of that thriving town. "Our advan
tages are without limit," he saldw "To
know what we have, you must come and
see for yourself. The strongest words can
but give the faintest Idea of the possibili
ties of our locality. When you come, you
will find an acre of land that has netted
the owner $400 In strawberries this sea
son. This is only one illustration in
many. If you want a good home, do not
overlook Xewberg in the search."
The exercises were concluded with mu
sic by the band, and the assemblage then
scattered about on an Exposition-seeing
WASHINGTON- AGKICULTOKAI, COLLEGE CADETS LEAVING PORTLAND.
GEffEBAL TOAXJESS AID PETES
DISAPPEAR TOO. - .
expedition. Tired groups returned now
and then to the Oregon building to rest,
and everything possible was done to make
tholr visits to that place pleasant. The
hostesses of the. day were Sirs. Jesse Ed
wards, of Jfewberg, and Mrs. W. F. GH
key, of Dayton..
Today's guests of honor, McMlnnville,
Hlllsboro and Forest Grove, promise to
send delegations that will number con
siderably more than a thousand people,
in Forest Grove an understanding has
been reached fn business circles whereby
EXTOSITION ATTENDANCE 87S8.
Slightly better weather conditions pre
vailed yesterday and the crowd at the
Fair ground was in consequence larger
than that of Sunday, the turnstile read
ings footing up to 973S. j
all stores will be closed. The three cities
will really come as one delegation, and
the day might properly be termed Wash
ington County day. as many outlying set
tlements will participate.
There will be a reception at 1 P. M. In
the Oregon building, given by the ladles
of the Lewis and Clark Club of Washing-
! OUY5IMA HOSTESS AT THE WASH- ',
piano solo. Miss Wllma Kageny; address.
"Hlllsboro," Mayor Cornelius: address.
W. X. Barrett; vocal solo. Mrs. Frank
Chapman: address. "'Forest Grove," Judge
Hollls: address. Professor J. R. Robert
son; overture, Innes Band.
Gray's Harbor Days Changed.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Juae 5. iSpeclaL)
Through a mix-up of dates, due. It Is
alleged, to the Fair management. Gray's
Harbor days, scheduled for June 7, 8 and
20. have been abandoned by the hostess,
Mrs. Walter Crammate. The Gray's Har
bor days were originally the first days of
June, which were given up to Bellingham. ,
but Bclllngham's days being extended Into
the Gray's Harbor day there was con
fusion and consequent wiring to Portland
from this city, with the result that an
swer came too late to complete arrange
ments! and It was decided to abandon the
reception for the present
It is planned. If the Washington build
ing may be secured, to have a reception
day for Gray's Harbor June 56. when the
Industrial programme Is planned for.
There was a meeting In Jioqulam tonight
to arrange for the Industrial programme.
Editor Admires Forestry Building.
Joe Mitchell Chappie, the proprietor of
the National Magazine, was among the
Exposition visitors yesterday. Mr.
Chappie reached Portland on a morning
Iraki, and in company with Mrs. Chappie
spent most of the day looking over the
Fair. The Exposition awoke his en
thusiasm the moment he entered the
grounds, and. as he expressed It himself,
he did not stop going until he was run
down. The Forestry building. In par
ticular, attracted his admiration, and he
termed It "Longfellow's Temple- of the
Woods' realized." Mr. and Mrs. Chappie
will remain In the city until Thursday.
CUT ONE w m
Decide to Do So.
INEQUALITY NOW EXISTS
At Present the Single Fare From the
Missouri Hlvcr Exceeds the
Round-Trip Fare Made
Assistants to Oregon Cits Hostess.
OREGON CITY. Or.. June 5.-Speclal.)
Mrs. Laura E. Pope, hostess for Oregon
City day. Saturday. June 10, at the Lewis
and Clark Fair, today announced her as
sistants as follows:
Mrs. E. A. Sommcr. Mrs. G. A. Harding,
Mrs. W. E. Pratt. Mrs. C. H. Cajineld.
Mrs. Eva Emery Dye. Mrs. C D. Latou
rette. Mrs John W. Meldrura, Mrs. J. W.
' Norris, Mrs. C. G. Huntley, Mrs. J. E.
Hedges, Mrs. P. K. Hammond. Misses
i Holmes. Kelly, Cochran, McBrlde, Pope.
Pratt. Draper. Harding. Williams, Lcw
thwulle, Caufleld and Flnlcy.
From indication? It is the intention of
the' Transcontinental Passenger Associa
tion to add still further to the concessions
already granted to the Lewis and Clark
At the opening session of the quarterly
meeting which Is being held In the parlors
of the Hotel Portland, a proposition was
made yesterday morning to make a low
one-way rate to the city from Missouri
River and common points of 53.50 less than
the present round trip fare. Up to this
time the one-way rate has been higher
than the round-trip fare from Chicago.
St. Paul. Duluth. Superior and Minneapo
lis to Portland, and It Is to remedy this
inequality that the change has been of
fered. While the new rate has not been
as yet authorized. It Is expected that It
will be ordered before the adjournment of
the meeting. If the change Is made It
will mean a horizontal reduction of about
$7.50 from the present .rates In effect.
A rale was made for the Utah State
Teachers' convention which Is to meet In
Los Angeles January next. It was pro
vided that the rate between Salt Lake
and Los Angeles both ways over the San
Pedro line would be JSS. Going by the
Southern Pacific' and returning over the
San Pedro line, or vice versa, the rate will
tion of the American Mining Congress at
El Paso, Xovembcr 14 to IS, was fixed at
570 from Portland for the round-trip.
The rate for the National Association of
Local Fire Insurance Agents to be hffld at
Denver war fixed from North Coast points
at 110 higher than the lowest one-way
first-class fare. The dates of sale will be
August 10. 11. 12 and 13. with a time limit
of 30 days on the tickets.
For the Supreme Session of the Forest
er? of America, to be held at Buffalo on
August 30. a rate was fixed at $10 higher
rthan the lowest ftrsi-clas? fare rate to the
Eastern terminals at the Missouri River.
The dateof sale will be August 15 and 16.
with a SO-day return limit.
The rates for the annual convention of
the Brotherhood of St. Andrews at Chi
cago, September 21-24. were fixed at an
Increase of $10 above the regular one-way
first-class rate. The selling dates will be
September 7, 9. 10. 11, IS and 17.
The National Firemen's Association, to
meet In Kansas City August 23-31, was
given a rate of the regular one-way first
clasy fare plus $10. The time limit will be
The American Seed Trade Association,
to meet at Alexandra Bay. New York, on
June 20-22. will fix its rates front tho East
ern Association. The delegates from the
Northwest will pay the regular fare to
Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul and Missouri
River points, and from there will rebuy
"at the rates made by the Eastern roads.
The association will be In convention for
a couple - of days longer before it will be
able to clean up the docket upon "which it
Is working. .
Missouri Artists Will Exhibit.
A special gallery in which to display the
work of Missouri artists Is being con
structed in the rear of the Missouri build
ing and will be ready for occupancy by
the end of the week. The exhibit wlll.be
made under the auspices of the St. Louis
Artists' Guild, and the president of the
guild. G. J. Zolnay. has been named to
take charge. The art collection will In
clude representative work in oil, black
and white and other mediums.
ton County. At 2 o'clock the meeting of
the day will be held In the Auditorium,
where mujlc will be furnished by the
Innes Band. The following programc has
Overture. Innes Band: addresses of wel
come. Exposition officials; address.
"Washington County," W. K. Xewell:
Carnations in Their Buttonholes.
FOREST GROVE. Or.. June 5.-Spe-clal.)
Each person who goes to the Lewis
and Clark Fair from Forest Grove tomor.
row, on the occasion of Washington Coun
ty day. will wear a carnation. The man
ager of the local condensed-milk com
pany will furnish the flowers, which, will
be typical of the city's leading Industry,
the manufacture of Carnation Cream.
It Is estimated that fully 400 people will
go from Forest Grovc.Jn spite of the bad
weather. A special train will leave here
at 7 A. M.
CTRST ALASKAN EXCURSION.
Do you know that tne first Alaska ex
cursion, season 1X3. leaves Tacoma and
-Seattle on the palatial excursion steamer
"Spokane" June 8? This voyage reaches
Alaska during the longest days of the
year. 21 hours of Summer sunshine among
be $46. The time limit of the tickets will .tractive vacation trip. Inquire at Pacific
be 30 days. Coast Steamship Co. s Ticket Office. 249
The rate for the eighth annual conven-, Washington street.
McCulIoch Salutes Executive
OFFICIAL VISIT IS PAID
Pardecand His Staff Board the Revenue-Cutter
and the River Front
Echoes With the Xolse of
For the first time for several years a
Governor paid an official visit to a Gov
ernment vessel lying In the harbor. Yes
terday at 11 o'clock Governor Pardee, of
California, and his staff boarded the reve
nue cutter Hugh McCulIoch.
The waterfront hasn't heard a salute of
17 guns for so long that the noise of the
six-pounders attracted much" attention.
The cars stopped on the bridges, for both
the Burnside and the Morrison-street
bridges were lined with crowds.
The Governor and his staff boarded three
of the McCulloch's boats at the foot of
Stark street. At the vessel's side the
boats stopped, and the salute to which a
Governor is entitled was fired. The. offi
cers In full dress stood at the gangway
with the crew at muster. Captain J. C.
Cantwcll received the distinguished vis
itors on board, where they were enter
tained for an hour.
The crew of the McCulIoch drew many
admiring eyes while they marched by in
the parade Thursday, but on the water
and the deck they had a better chance to
show themselves. The visitors were: Gov
ernor Pardee, wife and daughter: Adjutant-General
WIenecke and Gier, Captain Lankershim.
Commander Louis, Lieutenant-Colonel
Minor. Colonel Crowley. Mrs. Colonel Pip-
PIONEER HISTORIAN ON THE BACKTRAIL
EZRA MEEKER, DRIVING BUCK AND DANDY. HITCHED TO A PRAIRIE SCHOONER.
CHEHALIS. TVah June 5. (Special.) Ezra Meeker, who has been camped at Chehalli for the last few day, on the way
from Olympla to the Lewis and Clark Fair at Portland, driving "Buck and Dandy." hitched to a prairie schooner, resumed
bis travel yesterday morning and camped last Bight on Jackson Prairie, at the site of the first Courthouse la Lewis County.
The next day's Journey will take him to Toledo, from which point he probably will embark on a steamer with bis outfit and
conclude the trip to Portland by water.
Mr. Meeker Is retracing the Journey which be made from Portland to Puget Sound tn 1SSX. The road over which he
then passed, from Cowlitz Landing to Chehalls was known as the mud road and was next to Impassable. The same route,
which he is traveling today and tomorrow. Is sa Improved road, planked part of the way. the remainder being rock and gravel.
Mr. Meeker has a, photographer with him, who Is taking pictures of the various points of Interest on. the route. At
Chehalls his most Interesting picture was that of the original home of Judge McFaddea. On Jackson Prairie he expects
to obtain a view of the remains of the old Courthoe. where John R- Jackson, the pioneer, lived. He has met a number of the
early settlers of tfce "50s during his Journey from Olymnla and expects to attend the meting of the Oregon Pioneer Associa
tion in Portland June IS and devote considerable time to seeing the Fair.
fi. 1 .
lilt LAXATIVE op
There are two closes of remedies: those of known qual
ify and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting
.gently, in harmony with nature, whennatureneeds assist
ance ; and another class, composed of preparations of
unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo
rarily, but injuriously, as a result- of forcing the natural
functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of
the remedies of known quality and excellence is the ever
pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of.
plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup,
in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to con
tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy
of all remedies to sweeten and refresh and cleanse the system
gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti
pation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi
ples and quality are known to physicians generally, and the
remedy has therefore met with their approval, as well as with
the favor of many millions of well informed persons who know
of their own personal knowledge -and from actual experience
thatitis a most excellent laxative remedy. We do not claim that
it will cure all manner of ills, but recommend it for what it really
represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and excellence.
containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character.
There are two classes of purchasers : those who are informed
as to the quality of what they buy and the reasonsfor the excellence
of articles of exceptional merit, and who do -not lack courage to go
elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known
article; but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know,
and who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect
its beneficial, effects if they do not get the genuine remedy.
To the credit of the druggists of the United States be it said
that nearly all of them value their reputation for professional
integrity and the good will of their customers too highly to offer
imitations or the
Genuine Syrup of Figs
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order
to buy the genuine artiple and to get its beneficial effects,
one has only to note, when purchasing, the "full name of
theCorapany California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the
iront of every package. Price, 50c per bottle. One size only.
3Kw m TTsmis Was 3FreA (rem Trembles
XX t Had Xads Ufa Wretcked for
Tbs immediate causes of headache
txtj, hat most of them come from poor
or poisoned blood. In anaemia the blood
is scanty or thin ; the nerves are imper
fectly nourished and pain is tks way in
which they express their weakness. In
colds the blood absorbs poison from ths
xaacons surfaces, and the poison irritates
tho nerves and produces pain. In rhen
Bo&tism, malaria and-tha grip, the poison
in the blood produces liko discomfort. In
indigestion tho gases from the impure
matter kept in the system affect tho
blood in the same way.
The ordinary headache-cures at best
five only temporary relief. They deaden
the pain bat do not drive tho poison out
of the blood. Dr. Williams Pink Pills
on the contrary thoroughly renew the
blood and the pain disappears perma
nently. "Women in particular havef ound
these pills an unfailing relief in head
aches caused by anssmla.
Miss Stella Blocker recently said: "Dr.
Williams Pink Puis did me a great deal
of good. I had headache nearly all th.9
time. After I had taken three boxes of
thess pills I became entirely well."
"How long had you suffered?" she
"For several years. I can't tell the
exact date when my illness began for is
cams on by slow degrees. I had beesr
going down hill for many years."
' ' Did you have any other aiksenta ?"
" I was very weak and sometuaes I had
fever. My liver and kidneys were af
fected as well as my head."
" How did you come to take the rem
edy that cured you?"
"I saw in a southern newspaper a
statement of some person who was cured
of a like troubio by Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. My physician hadnt doaemsany
good, so I bought a box of hese pills.
After I had taken one box I felt so much
better that I kept on until I became en
Miss Blocker's home is at Leander,
Louisiana. Dr. Williams Pink Pills are
sold by all druggists. Besides headacha
they cure neuralgia, sciatica, nervous
prostration, partial paralysis and rheu
py. the Misses Pippyilre. Captain Hum
phrey. Mrs. Dlebold and Miss Fritz.
"Visitors will be welcomed on the Mc
CulIoch from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Boats
leave the foot of Stark street.
Accompanied by his staff, Governor Par
dee took the train for California last
night. As he expects Jo return before the
end of the month. Mrs. Pardee remains
It is probable that Governor Chamber
lain will also pay a visit to the McCul
Ioch before lonsr.
Arraigned for Liquor Selling.
"William-Grimes indicted by the grand
jury fr violating the prohibition law
by selling' liquor In his hotel at"Monta
vllla. was arraigned before Judge Cie
Iand yesterday, and was granted time
until Wednesday to plead. Grimes upon
hearing of the indictment came to the
Courthouse and surrendered himself,
and he was subsequently released on
c; GEE wo
The Great Chinese Doctor
la- culled great becaus
bis wonderful cures
are so well knowa
throughout the United
"States and because so
many people are
thankful to him for
savins their lives from
He tteata any 'and all
hlseases with powerful
Chinese herbs, roots,
buds. bark, and vase
tables that ara entire
ly ftnkaowc to medical
mi fhromfh tne us OI tnoso aaiuiica remo-
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CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
253 Alder Street
assntion this paper. Portland, Or.
Stairway of ZMtt Alder leading to my office.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
p8. T. FELIX mUWS ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEABT1HE1
Eeasores TA. Pfaples,
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3-6 Bwa, sad Skis Dbesfei.
on beauty, sad de
fies detection. It
hss stood tie test
of AT yesn, ssd
Is so bumless we
taste It to be rare It
Is properly suds.
Accept no coaster,
felt ct slsUUr
niBe. Dr. L. A.
Ssyrs ssld to a
U&T of the fcsnt
toa (a patient) :
"At you lsdles
will nee titn,
'Gasraaa's Cream a tae leaet hiraaful of all the
tUa prspsrations.' Tor sale by all dragzists ssd Tx&cy
Oocas Dealers la the United States, Canada sad Europe.
FtaSJ.MXS,? 37 Bra! Jam SKiwIkL'
rOR SALE B? "VTOODAKD. CIAXKE CO
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
Jill Grwemn and. Drus&Uta
Xtt M a -acrn-polfOHffm
reaedy for Gonorrhea,
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