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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1903)
CATH0LIC8 DOING HONOR
TO BISHOP OF VINCENNE8,
Clergy and Lay Members Meet at In.
dlanapolls, In Honor of Bishop Cha
tard Short .Story of a Very Inter,
Indianapolis. Slay 9. Prominent
priests and eminent prelates or the
Roman Catholic church are gathor
lng here to toko nart In the colobra'
Hon, ot the 25th anniversary of tho
elovatlon of. Francis Silas Chatard to
the bishopric of the diocese of Vln'
cenncs, now the diocese of Indianap
olis. Tho celebration will begin to
morrow with a mass meeting of lay-
men In Tomllnson hull, In which the
school children of the several parishes
will take part. Tho ecclesiastical eel
obratlon will bo held Tuesday, begin
nlng with a pontifical high mass nt
St. John's church In the forenoon.
There will also ho a banquet for tho
clergy. Among the high church dig'
nltaries to take part and a number
of whom nro already here, are cardi
nal Gibbons, Archbishop Qulgloy, of
Chicago, Archbishop Keano, of Du
buque, Archbishop Farloy, of Now
York, Bishop Montesdoca of San Luis
Potosl, Mexico. Bishop Gabriel of Og
donsburg, N. Y., Bishop O'Connor of
Newark, Bishop Kelloy of Savannah,
Bishop McQuade of Rochester nnd
Hlshop Jansson of Belleville, III.
Biography of Bishop Chatard.
Bishop Chatard was born in Balti
more in 1834. He is -of French de
scent, though bis maternal grandmoth
er was Irish. His mother was born In
the Isle of Martinique. He was edu
cated at tho college of Mount St.
Mary, Emmctsburg, Md., where he
was noted as a diligent student, grad
uating in 1853. He adopted the pro
fession of medlcino, but had no soon
er finished hiB medical course than
he fell that he was called upon to
qualify himself to enter the priesthood
of tho Roman Catholic church.
He at once entered upon the work
of preparation, and soon crossing tho
Atlantic, proceeded to Rome, where
he entered tho Urban College in 1S57.
At the end of six years of study lie
read a public thesis, which brought
to him the degree of doctor of divin
ity. Soon after this his merit as a
scholar was recognized by his appoint
ment as '.vice-rector 'Of the American
College at Rome. On the olovatlon
of tho rector, tho Ut. Rov. Dr. Mc
CloBky, to the bishopric of Louisville,
Dr. Chatard was mode rector.
This office ho ably filled for 10 years.
As a resident of Rome and the eccle
siastical head of a great educational
Institution, his influence was wide,
and his labors In every good causo
wore untiring. His work during the
Vatican council, In 1808, was especial
ly recognized by Pope Plus IX, who,
as a token of appreciation, presented
him a gold modal.
In 1878 Dr. Chatard visited the
TJnlted States on a mission to collect I
money for tho support of tho Amor!-1
can College. On his return to Rome)
ho was notified of his appointment as
bishop of tho diocese of Vlncennes,
and was consecrated to that high of-1
floe In Rome on May 12, 187S. Ho ar
rived in Indianapolis In August of tho
same year. From the first ho made
this city the seat of the diocese, but
tho name of the see was not changed
from Vlncennes to Indianapolis until
May 8-17 Pacific Const Congrega
tional Congress, Seattle.
May 12-15 Golf tournament.
May 14, 24 Seventh Day Advontlst
May 201. O. O. F. grand lodge,
May 20, Juno 3 Presbyterian gen
eral assembly, I.os Angeles, Cal.
May 24-29 Commencement Pendle
ton Academy: 21, baccalaureate ser
mon; 27. class day; 28, commence
ment; 29, alumni banquet.
.May 23-28 Commencement week:
field day; 24, baccalaureate sermon;
25, Juniors entertain seniors; 20, pub
lie program by Juniors; 27, senior
class day; 28, commencement.
May 28, 29 and June 12, 13 Wool
Juno 1 Circuit court.
Juno 2, 3 and Juno 23, 24 Wool
June 4 Presbyterian Academy
Juno 5, 0 Wool sales, Tho Dalles. !
June 9, 10 and Juno 20, 27 Wool
sales, Shanlko .
Juno 15, 1C Wool sales, Baker
Juno 11, 12, 13 Ninth annual re-'
union, Umatilla county pioneers, at
Juno 17 Oregon Pioneer Assocla-1
tlon, Portland. i
June 18, 19 Wool sales, Elgin.
June 23, 24, 25 r.nd 26 Eastern
Oregon Baptist Association, Pendle
June 23, 24, 25 State Federation of j
Women's Clubs, Astoria.
July 2 Eastern Oregon G. A. R. en
July C-10 Forty-second annual I
meeting National Educational Asso-,
elation, Boston, Mass.
July 7 Improved Order of Redmon
great council, Portland.
August 17 National G. A. R. en
campment, San Francisco. I
September 8-11 National Irrigation '
congress, Ogden, Utah.
UNION DfcfOT EXHIBIT. '
Umatilla County Is Now Represented
An exhibit of Umatilla county
grasses and grains has been placed
In the space secured for It In tho
union depot nt Portland. Tho exhibit
will be enlarged until It shows not
only the resources of the farming In
dustry of the county, but tho mineral
resources as well. It will bo made
as complete nnd exclusive as possible
and will cover a wall spnee of about
10x15 feet In the depot.
Monopole, Rock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
"At the Frorvt
I 5c. Cigar , ;.
It has taken the lead, and keeps-itr. &
I AT ALL DEALERS. Eg
Large Strawbery Crop.
The trainmen on the O. R. & N.
mixed branch train between this city
sen In Umatilla county nieniiis more
to this crew than to any other three
men In Oregon, for fully 75 per cent
and Walla Walla icojp close wnlch on of tho crop Is handled by them and
the rapidly ripening strawberry crop thoy are now counting the days until
along tho line. The strawberry sen- they ahull begin handling from 100 to
600 crates per day. The crop prl
Ises to be exceptionally good
The Hungarian house of represei
tlves In the -largest In the world.!
haB 7C1 members.
Free Musical TFIITfH' Every Saturday
Concert I Lt I Otll O Evening 6.30 to 8.45
u , - Big Department Store
Here s Health to Your o Great Values for
Purse Summer Opening Litt,e cash
Our Clothing and
LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER
STYLES IN HAT8.
The newest shapes In line lints Is
The Punzn $3.50, In black nnd pearl.
Conui In and look them over.
The Gracco is u moat becoming hat
and strictly up-to-date. Wo show It
In a variety ot colois, $1.50 to $2.50.
Wo also display a fine line ot stiff
hats with regular crown, but broader
brim. All very Into and dressy. I'rlco
Men's Sennit yncht straw hot, 3-Inch
brim, 75c to $1.25.
Split yncht, 3-lnch brim, very protty
nnd serviceable. 75c to $1.25,
Fine Panama shapes, $1.50 to $2.00.
Our Hosiery lino Is very complete,
comprising nil weights and colors.
.Men's ladles' and children's, from 10c
to 50c pair.
Kxtra quality Percale, assorted pat
terns, stripes nnd figures, 4-holo, super
pearl buttons, 75c.
Finest quality Percale, assorted col
ors In strlpos and figures, $1.00.
Genuine Henfro Madras, Interwoven
silk stripe, In assorted colors and
plxes, very swell, $1.23.
American Pongee, tho "best ever,"
In tan onl), nne.it nuiko nnd finish,
Here's n string wo harp cm, loud
Fine Percnle, assorted patterns In
stripes and figures, yoke, curved arm
holes, 30 inches In length, 50c.
Genuine Amoskeng-woven Madras,
latest pattern, yoke, gathered back,
curved arm holes, double stitched,
Men's fine bnlhrlggan underwear
In pink and llesh color; nlso men's
American balbrlggan two-thread, in
ecru shades, per garment 50c.
Men's French balbrlggan. pink and
blue, per suit, $2.00.
CANVAS GLOVES 10c per pair; 3
Our Dry Goods and
One of tho strongest features ot our
spring and summer lino is our elegant
Grey nnd black walking skirts In
fancy .Melton mixtures, $2.00, $3.50,
New Etaminc, black, tan and blue,
flrst-clnss values, $7.50 to $15.00.
Uox-plaltcd skirts, In nobby dnrk
brown Knickerbocker suiting, nlso In
light ami dnrk grey, $4.50 to $7.50.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS ALSO
CALLED TO OUR NEW WAISTINGS
111 Madras, satin stripes, silk Crepette,
Bedford Cord, Persian l.nwn and
Very flno quality of white goods, 60c.
Fifty nlco colored shirt waists .reg
ular price $1.00 to $1.75, for the small
sum of 10c.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
CORSETS, AND THE "VIRGINIA"
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
Fancy Lawns, S -3c yard,
Fifty pieces fancy dress Glnghmns.
25c to 50c yard.
Flno mercerized Ginghams, 25c nnd
Ono hundred pieces Percale, dnrk
and light, 12jc to 15c yard.
Ladies' silk, assorted colors, BOe to
Children's colors, 25c to $1.00.
Whlto vests, 10c.
VeBts In black, blue, pink and white,
23e to 50c.
Full assortment of children's vests
nnd pants, with and without sleeves,
Corset Covers, 10.
Skirts, 25c to 50c.
Pants, 25c to 50c.
Gowns, 50c to $2.00.
Fifty pieces table oil cloth, 20c yard.
Wo carry tho finest assortment of
ribbons to be found In tho city.
Pretty velvets In assorted colors
nnd widths, 3iic to GOc yard.
Twenty different styles of neck rib
bons, all shades, 15c to 30c yard.
Veiy large assortment of ladles'
nnd children's supporters. 10c to iiOc.
"Itojnl" brand Turkish towels, su
perior for the bath, with excellent
nbsorbnut qualities. 12 ?.'.
Fancy cheeks nnd plaids, a very flno
Plain white, extia good quality, 5c.
Our Shoe Dept.
The "Hannlstur" shoo Is unexcelled
lor fit, stylo and qimllt. titiniauteed
to give the very best of service. $5 00
The "Thompsun" brand is another
very popular shoe, well made and
dressy, $3.50 and $4.00.
Our luatior for dress nnd street
wear Is tho "Crossett." Purchase a
pair of these up-to-date shoes and vou
can't miss it. Very easy and com
fortable and a good wearer. $3.50 and
WHAT FIVE CENTS WILL BUY.
1 Dozen snfety plnfe,
5 papers good plus.
1 Keg, 30 hair pins.
3 Largo rubber hair pins.
1 Good leather purse.
2 Papers largo headed plus.
20 different kinds of toilet soap at 5c
2 Dozen pearl buttons.
1 Spool Clark's O. N. T. lustre crochet
cotton, all shades.
2Vi Yards laco edging.
- pair shoe luces.
1 Fancy collav button, lever and plain
Lot 2012 Blight Dongola lace
intent tip; this Is a lender fo h''
priced shoo, $1.50.
Lot 2010 Bright Dongola, tab'
stitched, patent tip, special value In
this shoe. $2.00.
Lot 32(i Black Vicl; self tipped and
a most elegant shoe, $2.50.
Lot 310 Crome kid; Goodyear welt
See this shoe boforo you buy any
other. It Is bound to please. Good
vnlue ut $3.00.
We also have about 100 pulr la
dles' narrow width shoe flno $4.u0
and $5.00 values, all sizes, to be cIom d
out at onco for $3.50 and $3.75.
These nie great bargains for com
parison. AH the latest shapes and
si, vies. Come nnd look- them over
ALL KINDS OF SHOE REPAIRING
AT OUR SHOP.
Here's where we make a hit, you know. Space prevents us telling you all about it, but it is sufficient to say
that we carry the largest assortment of $12.50 SUITS to be found in town. These are great
values and readily sell for $15 and $18. Look this list over and reflect.
Splendid Cheviot in grey and brown,
good value at $3 and $9, $6.50.
Fine Casslmere, four shades, $10.00.
Fine all-wool worsted, clay and fan
Elegant all-wool worsted, black,
grey and fancy, $12.50.
Very nice wool, small checks and
Trecos worsted, $15.00.
Fine all-wool Casslmere, fourteen
-v-u- i a. . . , .J cm
i iic ueai, nne rancy wuii
dark check, worth $22.50 to $26.50