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The dalles Daily Chronicle.'
Entered at the Pos'toffice at Tne Dalles, Oregon
as seobnd-elass matter.
IN ROBES AND ROYAL STATE.
the Supreme Court JndgM Pass
t from One Uoom to Another.
Another innovation has made its ap-
while, according- to the Washington
Post, to make a trip to the building1
in st. hpforR twelve o'clock everv dav to
witness it. The room in which the
supreme court justices adorn them
selves with their flowing' silk robes is
just across the hall from the chamber
in which the court meets. Ilitherto a
few moments before noon the door -of
the attirinfj-room would open and
forthwith would emerge the solemn
iustices. On one side of the corridor
which by the way, Is the main passage
way through the capitol-4-would stand
a court official and another man would
be stationed on the opposite side. Be
tween this guard the justices would
walk and a moment later would disap
' pear behind the heavy door of the en
trance to the private corridor to the
bench. But this simple and modest
method has been relegated to the past.
It is different now. When the jus
tices are now ready to leave their at
tiring apartment four court messen
gers appear. They bear two pieces of
plush-covered rope. A man stands on
each side of the two doors, and across
the corridor they stretch their plush
covered barrier. Through the avenue
thus formed the the black-gowned jus
tices walk, the brilliant plush cover
ing gleaming like a streak of fire
against their somber robes. If the
justices are a little slow the crowd
must possess its soul in patience. Not
until the last black gown has disap
ivnrpd n.r th nliiKh-onvered rones
taken down and the ordinary course
of travel allowed to resume.
GIVEN WITHOUT NAMES.
A woman in Tanner, W. Va., gave'
birth to her twenty-ninth child a few
Ah Italian committed suicide at
Santa Kosa, Cal., recently because ho
.had no education.
The happiest negro in ' Wisconsin
dwells in Madison. lie parades the
streets, exhibiting a bullfrog with
three eyes one in the center of its
A FABMEft at Stanberry, Mo., has
enough simple faith in mankind to ad
vertise in the local newspaper for the
recovery of a ten-gallon keg of black
berry brandy, which he lost out of
iis wagon on the highway. .
An Omaha policeman has been sus
pended for neglect of duty, .but
never was policeman, probably, ever
before suspended for neglect under
such circumstances. As he pleads, he
entered a church, and, becoming inter
ested in the services, remained too
. .RAILROAD RATTLE.
"Owing to the recent coal strike in
England the Great Eastern railway is
fitting up twenty-five locomotives with
a liquid fuel apparatus to burn crude
oil or tar.
A contract has been entered into by
an American corporation for the build
ing of a railway through the Jordan
vallev alone the Sea of CJalilee to
Thk speed of the fastest railway
train is only a little more than one-
half the velocity of the golden eagle's
flight, the bird having been known to
make one hundred and forty miles per
A man who is in a situation to speak
from the card says that the Pennsyl
vania Railroad company burns over
twelve thousand tons f coal a day
between Pittsburgh and Jersey City,
at a cost considerably over forty thou
sand dollars. This is for making steam
only, and does not include the coal
used for heating, running, pumping
engines, elevators, air compressors
and electric light generators, or for the
many tugs and ferryboats employed by
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Since its first introduction, electric
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favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
among pure medicinal tonics and alter
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Calxfobnia Midwinter Lstezlwa-1
tionai Exposition. -Department
, of Publicity and Promotion. - J
Weekly Circular Letter No. 9. .
The semi-official opening of the Cali
fornia Midwinter International Exposi
tion took place on the 1st ot January,
according to the original announcement.
Owing to the delay caused in shipping
foreign exhibits from Chicago, .it was
understood, of course, that everything
would not be in readiness on that date, '
but the buildings were completed, a
great many of the concessional features
were in full operation, and the Exposi
tion was Eractically started on the road
he day could not have been more
beautiful if it had been made to order.
Eastern people visiting California for
the first "time went into ecstacies over a
New Years Day so much like the grand
est April day in other parts of the world.
There were flowers blooming on every
hand, and the deep green foliage formed
a striking background for the gala day
costumes of the thousands of ladies who
thronged Golden Gate Park . until the
Bun went down. Early on this beautiful
midwinter morning flags were hoisted
on each and every flagstaff on the build
ings and in and about the Exposition
grounds; there were concerts during the
'day by the great Midwinter Fair band,
and thousands of people availed them
selves of the opportunity to view the
buildings and to witness the special at
tractions which were offered.
Among the concessions which opened
up on New Year's Day were the Santa
Barbara sea lion exhibit, Boone's wild
animal arena, the Ostrich farm, Heidel
berg castle, the Vienna Prater, the Col
orado gold mine, the Japanese Garden,
the Scenic Hallway, and a great many
others. The Santa Barbara sea lions
will evidently prove to be one of the
great drawing cards of the Exposition.
This is one of the entirely new features
one that was not seen at Chicago. .
Those who witnessed the performance
in the wild animal arena, and who had
seen the eimiliar performance on the
Midway Plaisance in Chicago, say that
Boone's show rivals Hagenbeck's in every
particular, and eurp assess it in many.
The scenic railway did a remarkable
business ; the crowds in fact being greater
than could be easily accommodated.
The Ostrich farm was also well patron
ized, while Heidelberg and "Vienna were
full of visitors all day long. These con
cessionaires, as well as others not speci
fied in this connection, are very well sat
isfied with their start, and feel confident
that when the Exposition gets in run
ning order, their dearest hopes in the
line of money making will be realized.
Notwithstanding the fact that there
were no special attractions of a general
nature provided for this semi-official
opening day, there were about 10,000
people who paid for admission to the
grounds. The price of admission is only
25 cents as yet, the CO cent rate will not
be established until the official ceremon
ial opening. The date when the open
ing ceremonies will take place has not
yet been definitely fixed. . It will prob
ably be about the 15th or 20th of this
month. It will depend largely upon the
rapidity with which exhibits arrive and
are installed." All the buildings are
ready, and a great many exhibits are
now being arranged, but it will be fully
the middle of the month before every
thing will be in readiness.
When the grand day of ceremonial
opening comes, there will be an elaborate
program of exercises, in which all the
state, municipal and federal officials of
of the Pacific Coast will participate.'
The merchants and residents of San
Francisco are making extensive prepara
tions to decorate their stores and resi
dences and the Exposition will have the
grandest " send off " ever accorded to any
enterprise in this part of the world.
There have been received by the chief
of the Department of Publicity and Pro
motion a great many queries in regard
to editorial courtesies which are to be
extended during the Exposition. Some
of the querists seem to fancy that the
Exposition will, in some way, arrange
for railway transportation for visiting
editors. This, however, is not the case..
The Exposition management has nothing
to do with transportation, but every ed
itorial visitor to Ban Francisco, upon
presentation of credentials to the Depart
ment of Publicity and Promotion, will
be provided with a pass to the Exposi
tion during the term of his stay in San
Francisco. Visiting editors may rest
assured, therefore., that they will be
taken care of in this regard, and that
aay other courtesy which it is possible
for the Exposition management to ex
tend to them will be gladly accorded.
Monday,, the 11th of June, is the day
that has been set apart as "Hawaiian
Day," and that occasion will be taken
advantage of for the making of a special
effort in the way of a general entertain
ment in which the Hawaiian concession
aires will play the part of hosts. A part
of the program will consist of a parade
by the entire foreign contingent, headed
try the Hawaiian national band of forty
pifecee, which was formally the Royal
band of Honelulu. Among other fea
tures of the day will be a horse race
with female riders, sitting astride, as is
the native custom. There will also be
native' field sports, including fencing,
spear throwing and hoola dancing. On
Waikiki lagoon, within the Hawaiian
Tillage enclosure, there will be . a com-
tirehensite exhibition of aquatic sports.
The event of the day, however; will be a
luau, or native feast, to which the offic
ials of the fair, the municipal officers,
the press, and others will be invited.
Quests will sit on jriats and eat from a
table a fool and a half from the ground.
Boast pig and baked dog, cooked in ti
leaves-, broiled devil fish, and . a large
number of other Tnflinn fish also cooked
in leaves, native fruits and, of course,
"poi" with every course, will be some of
the items of the .menu. . . It will require
about a week of prepartion to properly
get up a luau, and cooks and provisions
are to be specially imported from- the
Hawaiian Islands for this event. -
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and the surrounding country, and the satisfying
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