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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1904.
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Peculiar and Extremely Infrequent
Observance of the Catholic Church
-Function Will Take Place Out of
Doors, Before Fifty Thousand Spec-
lnc i-rown Is Livid With
Precious Stones and Comes From
J'tnX' Jl"y 9--W"at Is expect
ert to bo the most imM.. i
to En "ST func,lon evcr neld
by Italian Catholics In America will
take place tomorrow, when the mlrac-
Carrnel, In the church of that name,
in East 116th street, will be solemnly
crowned by Archbishop Farley.
It will be the first time such a cer
emony has ever taken placo in the
United States. It s of raro occllr.
rence anywhere. According to church
procedure, to have a statue crowned
t must possess antiquity, bo tho oh
Ject of extraordinary devotion on the
part of the people and have caused
tho granting of extraordinary tem
poral or spiritual favors. The author
ities m itome, having decided that
this statue, which Is renowned not
only in "Little Italy," but all over the
United States, possessed the neces
sary conditions. Archbishop Farley
was especially designated to perform
Owing to the impossibility of get
ting tho thousands who will want to
witness the ceremony into the church
It has been decided that tho function
Bhall take place In the open air in
Thomas Jefferson park, a short dis
tance from tho church. Tim stntno
will bo carried In procession to the
park, where the archbishop, in full
rlontlflcals and surrounded by the mon
slgnorl and other dignitaries, will per
form the ceremonies. The statue, es
corted by the parish societies, will
then bo carried back to the church.
It is estimated that at least 50,000
persons will bo present.
Tho crowns for tho statue, which
represents the Virgin with the child
Jesus In her arms, were brought
from Rome, where they were made by
one of the pope's Jewelers. They are
of solid gold, blazing with precious
stones, the gifts of pious clients of
the Madonna. The larger of the two
Is about six Inches In diameter and
18 inches high, Under the cross In
the front part Is a large solitaire dia
mond. Below this Is set a big emer
ald, surrounded by diamonds, given
by the pope, and Just above the cir
clet Is a valuable emerald In a hoop
of pearls, the gift of Archbishop Far
ley. Both crowns are lavishly orna
mented with rubles, amethysts, sap
phires and garnets.
Katherlne Are there any monuments to his skill as a doctor.
Kidder Sure. Tho graveyards aro full of them.
Growing a Race of Sprinters.
This county seems destined to ob
tain a world-wide reputation as a
breeding place for crackerjack sprint
ers. Tho bright particular star who
has lowered the colors of all competi
tors so far In his career Is Joe Pear
son, a Starbuck boy. At the coast
college athletic meet at Berkeley,
Cal recently he broke the coast rec
ords In the 220 yard race, and the 440
yard race, the first he made In 22 1-5
seconds and the last In 50 3-5 seconds
At Vancouver, B. C, July 2d, Mr,
Pearson carried off the first prize In
the 100 yard race In 10 seconds, the
220 yard race In 22 seconds, and the
440 yard race In CO 3-5 seconds.
Another Dayton sprinter who has
already won out from a strong field
of competitors at the Pullman col
lege and elsewhere Is Hoy Godman
son of Judge Godman of this city. At
Walla Wnlla July 4 he won first prize
In the 100 yard race, the 220 yard
race and the COO yard race, beating
the best sprinters of wnlla Walla,
Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day school, 10 a. m., A. J. Owen, su
perintendent; sermon, 11 a. m.; class
meeting, 12:16 p. m., Rev Q. W. Rig
by, leader; Epworth League, 7 p. m.;
evening sermon, 8 p. m. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all these
services. Robert Warner, pastor.
Congregational Church Services
on Sunday as follows: Sunday school
at 10 o'clock; morning worship and
preachlDg at 11, subject, "Man's Dis
tinctive Characteristics." A cordial
welcome to all, Jonathan Edwards,
West End Mission Corner West
Webb and Maple. Sunday school at
3 p. m. All Invited. J. Edwards su
perintendent. Baptist Church Tomorrow will
be held tho usual services: Sunday
school at 10 o'clock, public worship
nt 11 o'clock, Young People's prayer
meeting at 7 p. m., and prayer and
praise service at 8 o'clock. You uro
cordially Invited to make these serv
ices your own. If you are a Baptist
and not, a regular attendant at our
church, thjls Is your Invitation. Come.
M. E. Church, South Sunday
school at 10; preaching nt 11, subject,
"Beware of Idols," John 5:21.' Ep
worth League at 7. Preaching at 8
Natlonnl Guard Encampment,
Washington, Idaho nnd Oregon,
American Lake, Idaho July 7-21.
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Paso, Texas, November 15-18.
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Portland, Ore., April 2G, 1904. .
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been a sober and Industrious man
since. Ho hnB taken the
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soon after, it cost Ills $160 to tako
tho euro and $12.50 to
tnko "TRIB." Ho says "TRIB" is by
far the best cure of the two. He has
sold many treatments for the drug
gists slnco he took "TRIB."
Wishing you success, I am your
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MORROW WILL EXHIBIT.
In effect Saturday. May 14.
E. C. SMITH, Agent.
Lewis and Clark Club Organized at
Heppner for Purpose of Collecting
an Exhibit for the Fair.
Through 'the efforts and energy of
Jefferson Myers, president of the
Lewis and Clark state commission,
and with tho hearty co-operation of
the people of Morrow county, a Lewis
and Clark club has been organized at
Heppner, for the purpose of collect-1
Ing an exhibit of resources of Mor
row county for the Lewis nnd Clark
County Judge Thomas Ayres was
elected president of tho club and E
C. Woodson secretary, and It starts
out with a charter membership of 300
The objects of tho club aro to make
a creditable exhibit of Morrow coun
ty' resources and to thoroughly adver
tise tho county nt tho fair by statlsti
cul publications as well as agrlcultu
rul and other exhnlts.
Piles Upon Tod of Piles,
Plies upon piles of people lmvo tho
piles, and DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo
cures them. There are many different
Kinds of piles, but If you get the gen
ulne original Witch Hazel Salvo made
by E. C. DoWitt & Co. of Chicago, a
euro 1b certain, II, A. Tlsdale of
Summerton, S. C, says; "I had piles
20 years and' DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve cured mo after everything elso
ianea." sold by Tallman & Co.
Catholic Societies to Meet.
Columbus, O., July 9. Many dele
gates are arrlviug here for the annual
meeting of the Federation of Catholic
Societies of Ohio, to be held toraor
row at tho Chittenden hotel. The
meeting will be attended by promi
nent Catholic laymen from all Darts
of the state, to discuss Catholic topics
and elect delegates to represent Ohio
at the fourth national convention of
tho American Federation of Catholic
Societies, which will be held In De
troit next month.
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power. They're wonderful in building
up the health. Only 25c. per box. Sold
by Tallman & Co.
Bids wanted for excavating for tho
now Schmidt building on Main streot.
Bids will bo opened Tuesday noon.
July 12. Call nt John Schmidt's at
Louvre saloon for particulars.
line men's sweaters. The
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Tho' reputation of this powder Is
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Walters' Flouring Mills
Capacity, 100 barrels a day.
FJour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed. Chonnod
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pints nnd delivered frco In any quan
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We make a Specialty of Building
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Also Header Beds all sizes and
kinds. Wo innlto them right nnd then
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Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
j The French I
j Restaurant i
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Elegant Furnished Rooms
QUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
633 Main Street.
Life and Accident.
Room 8, Over Taylor's Hard
etc, always on hand.