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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 27 June 1903

I 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JUNE 27 1903 = i I Womans World z Character Dress and I 1 I Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers I HOW TO GROW TALLER 4 By Marion Martineau in Chicago Trib une The tall girl is in style and the girl i who Is short must add to her Inches Physical culture beside making a girl just slender enough and graceful > 4 will also add a little to her height You can hardly take a set of physi cal culture lessons without becoming a little taller and if you exercise in the right manner you will add not a little ifrt considerable to your inches There are different ways of making yourself taller from a standpoint of physical culture and the easiest of all ways is my taking a little off your weight This adds to your apparent height If you are dumpy you will look short but if you are slender you will look tall This Is a universal ruleThe The girl who is too fat for her height will always appear sawed off while the girl who is a little too slim wil...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 27 June 1903

r I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JUNE 27 1903 Z Ig I The Latest Irish News 1 tEl 1 Antrim death is announced of John > Mo Tbe LL D head inspector of national > l an Belfast cbOOlS in Henry bishop of Down and Con Dr bas offered the Belfast Board of g a free site at Orland Car 0uard1aS for a consumptive sanitar Jfergtls rn This place consisting of a man JUUL and a hundred acres of land was sion hasoJ 1J t him some years ago one psrC11a being to afford facilities of his objects for the op n air treatment of consump tion A ShOlklI1 accident occurred on the rivdarc road May 22 A farmer BaJ1Yr1arc nalIleJ rornclly while leading his I horse from Belfast fell in front of his cart the wheel of which passed over f7ffl Son o one passing along the roaJ hiIl 1a1J i an hour later found Con I unconscious Dr Dundee eY ne s err VIr but upon his arrival he to be dead OOU1 e t the man in aa L was made on Trew leader Mht Dlfnt Protestant Constitu tional a 1 lation by a party of the toi...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 27 June 1903

t THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JUNE 27 1903 6 1 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC p OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE BQT INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second t Gouth street L E Hammel 49 E Second South ttreet TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS M J Shannon has been appointed collector and canvasser for the states 1 of Idaho and Montana The manage I ment bespeaks for him all the assist ance onr friends can give He bears with him a letter of introduction I t ItIt 10111011101151 IOIIIIIIIIII r I SALT LAKE 111010 18It 10 IOIOIItIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD i Chris Diehl one of our oldest Ger manAmerican citizens donated ninety volumes to the new libray of the Sing ing Society Harmonie accompaniel by a letter of good advice to our German population in general A good many of these books being rare are very valu able and could scarcely be duplicated Not only the Harmonie but the whole German population of the city will be ind...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

a lat it TO R ntt 1aI Jmle aIl aIh h I l e S Volume 4 No 40 Fourth Year r SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JULY 4 1903 Colorado Catholic Nineteenth Year i Ir CHAMBERLAIN CHECKED I I d rUea nr the rish World by Rob ert ElliS Thompson f j s It I t is not wonderful that the old ii in d llfm ers of the English rt t < oirmons are Indisposed to t J a frtioii to that venerable cub and on making way for new Tu rules of the tr em game J t a bi ti MJ f badly broken down ° ft tb day < when Mr Biggar first 7 > H i In1 thor to Prevent anything w P d V no uutil something was done Jar lrlJJut1 that an old member hard r uiuR tt llt is going to happen rt He i > Tories coquetting with jeincuUi < workmen against which ta < s urpool enacted the Six Acts s 4 t S debate forced to a close iki p t r it suits the ministers to la it tLd > d and a vote taken He tS iirlnsm consulted and made cadi of IA the party which was giv es power with the understanding that UK to nut them down with a high Ia...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 1903 H i CburcbwItIci Tictorj wMck iier Universaltie W Universal world Mf I i y I REAL SOURCE OF THE ENGLISH I REFORMATION i I I In a lengthy editorial in the London Spectator for May 2 on Roger Bige I low Merriams Life and Letters of Thomas Cromwell the writer says Mr Merriam has perhaps done all that is now possible to dispel the ob scurity which surrounds the character I of the man who for ten years was the most powerful personage inEngland not excepting the king Henry VIII It becomes then of interest to as certain the estimate thus made of a I man so signally influential in that Re formation movement in England to which we have of late given so much apace in our columns The Specta tors reviewer says tI is difficult for Englishmen to look back on the ten years during which Cromwell governed England i without feeling of humiliation Never before or since were the nobility the Parliament the Church and the peo ple of England reduced t...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 1903 3 I I L r pjocese of f Denver J I WILL AID KANSAS ENVERFLOOD FLOOD SUFFERERS is just about three years ago It the Galveston flood swept away 1b at fODS Of dollars worth of church il gliOflS J rty in Texas At that time an pro issued by I j was Bishop Galla ppe of that diocese to all the Catho Jer of the country with the result JjCSt tthe work of rebuilding was be at th almost as soon as the debris was In arcd Denver people sent a munl cart sum through Bishop Matz and of their generosity was i the ad news broadcast Again they are Sled to for aid for a worthy pPe and this time an equally gen J offering wil doubtless be made ns eoUS Sunday all the churches of the rt of Denver a letter was read djoc Bishop Matz asking that a col lrotm ion be taken up on Sunday and that the proceeds be sent to the Kan flood sufferers The bishop of a S had just received a pathetic Inealfrom Jenrer Bishop Fink of Leaven i Wrr rth 1ll which the latter gives...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

4 1 i 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 1903 1 f f IHf 1NJfRMOllJIf GHIHOUG ESTABLISHED 1899 k f The Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED 1884 4 Consolidated October 2 1899 Published Every Saturday by The In termountain Catholic Publishing I Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah Telephone 567 I 5200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders drafts or registered letters CHANGING ADDRESSES Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give former sa well as present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of in terest to their respective parishes Entered in the postoffice at Salt Lake City as secondclass matter i OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear SirReplyIng to your fa vor asking my approval of The Inter mountain Catholic since its establish ment in this diocese I wil...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 1903 b i DTED BY AUNT BUSY 1 j7 J I I iij 1 1 I LOp i r 1 f p c II jjj 11 I c I 7 Of ur > AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY mt 1 ou Pear Nieces and Nephews n Aunt Busy has only received one m I answer to her late question Wnat I want to be or what I want to do when I leave school The first reply 1 is firm Tessie Reichle one of Aunt L p Bu Ys very dear nieces who lives away m the north of Montana i Aunt Busy will publish her inter esting letter next week and the girls I I and boys will surely follow Tessies ind example and answer Aunt Busys all question Aunt Busy would like to know why ry the little folks at the Kearns St Anns orphanage do not write to her She has never yet received a letter from there Aunt Busy attended the I closing exercises at St Anns recent ly and if the bright young people are as proficient in letter writing as in rli spelling and arithmetic their letters nd would prove most interesting Aunt ns Busy wished that her boys a...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

r i7 ± THE INTERMOUNTA1N AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 9 ° 3 ii I > Ii Womans World Dress and f I oman s or Character > < Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers X I 1 HOW TO HAVE PRETTY HANDS I 1 Marion Martineau in Chicago Trib bune The woman with homely hands is I generally content with keeping them I clean and well groomed When she I t ias done this she feels that her duty toward herself and her hands has ceased Now there is no denying that perfect cleanliness is a great aid to beauty so far as the hands are con cerned and that a grimy hand is never pretty But there are few women in the world who are neglectful so far as these points are concerned And there is no gainsaying the fact that I 1 good rooming in many cases make L a nice looking hand But neither b I washing nor grooming will do every thing for a pair of hands Hands that are too thin are not pretty Hands that are knotty as to the joints are not pretty Hands that are heavily veined upon the back are not pret...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 1903 7 I The Latest Irish News 1 = 1 Antrim Tie Braid Cooperative society f opposed of farmers residing in the Braid district opened a splendid new f i creamery recently It is situated in a geld formerly the property of Miss Hoffett near the common planta tion and is on the main road lead mg to Carnlough and Glenarm about a quarter of a mile beyond Brough t shane and little over four miles from r j1aIlymeua 0 Armagh On May 28 three Catholics John Toman his brother and another per son were proceeding to their homes in the townland of Bleary and when passing the wall surrounding the fforUioube in Union street Lurgan John Tolman was attacked by ruffians one of whom inflicted a terible gash at the back of Tomans left ear com i i plete severing one of the arteries 1 jje is m a dangerous condition John and William Foils two of his assail ants were arrested 0 Cavan > > A new church is being built in Gow na The old churchwhich is a patc...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 July 1903

S THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY 4 + 1903 UTERMODNTAIN CATHOLIC OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 a 4 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found on day of publication at following news stands 1 t 1 Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second South street t LEHammel 49 E Second South Street k TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS M J Shannon has been appointed collector and canvasser for the states of Idaho and Montana The manage ment bespeaks for him all the assist ance our friends can give He bears with him a letter of introduction HNIINNIMYININININININIpININININIpININININl11 IMIMIt 2 i SALT LAKE i CINIYINNINININ1tplNNININNININIMININI1NIMIMIfllpl F CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD f Local drygoods men are awaiting with some apprehension the result of t the strike of textile fabric operators t in Philadelphia But as yet it cannot be said what effect it will have on the Salt Lake market n Trade conditions are on the whole fairly favorable with a satisfactory outlook for late summer and fall busi > ness in jobbing lines I...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

t 1St or lr ot lQ Is li lid Q E VTIN d M0 NFV D GGLO PO NYOMIkG Ie Bit GR 11k 11y Dn11 6 wwwswss w ewwoe X Xr 11 Car m e i i < oo a Ta < u a u iO = s < xxK J olicpa orZ Cad olit 11n c n SaK t J Pl0140 P1O a m ffSi d d and i untryf 3 a poe B9eoaagjaaa aa oca < j Otf > oofecciSL Volume 4 TsTo 41 Fourth Year SALT t LAZE CITY AND DENVER JULY 11 1903 Colorado Catholic Nineteenth Year I r DEATH OF POPE LEO XIII HOURLY EXPECTED I I A this writing 3 p m Thursday the l lfe of Pope Leo is ebbing fast ard the end is hourly expected Rea son and medical science concur in the derision that at best he can live but a day or two longer so that in all like lihood before this issue of the Inter mountain Catholic reaches its sub srriicrs i the Catholic world will IDd i n the loss of one of the grandest pontiffs who occupied the chair of Pptr since the dawn of the Christian eraNot Not until Sunday last did the grav ity of the malady which brings the pontiff to his deathbed make itself so ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

I 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY II 1903 1 rH I Church the This victory II Which 8TST I I Universal fsitk cornel world til I r A NEW MOVEMENT leis wonderful to contemplate how exact nature and all laws governing it as well as all laws governing each I part of creation are perfectly b l anced Everything that emanates from the Creator bears the same un mistakable seal In our human indi I vidual lives it is the same thing and j equally so in regard to that great as sociation or organization the church There is a perpetual law of compen I sations at work I Today we have in France a steady drifting away from the old Catholic moarings and in Germany a return just as visible to the same In Eu S rope untold efforts are being made to efface all religious education and in America while the student voices of a rising generation are raised in protest we find older and more ex perienced heads but of different creeds devising means for the res S toration and propagation of a sys I...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY II 1903 8 2 I 1 piocese 10 of Denver I j r II 1 10 w OUR DENVER LETTER in the presence of a congregation hich taxed the capacity of St Eliza i 1 tbS C jrh to the utmost two bCung mn were ordained to the Oath 1ouflg if pn thood on Sunday morning Yr Michael William Donovan They and nurd J Froegel both well lD Jus city Mr Donovan and 1on Fro T l returned from St Marys J r eI1linalY ii Baltimore a week agi nJ < n < three days retreat at the OIJ 1 Ugt he Sacred Heart At 9 Ocloc on Sunday morning i Matz administered the H1LJI aerar of holy orders to them i > xt solemn ceremonies of 1 i li i 1 h Solemn pontifical High olebrated with Rev J J a iQ 1 T president of the College of thi > S rd Heart and Rev Father l1ern2r p s deacon of = honor Rev Father i bius < and Rev Father Uarcc1 u Itacons of the Mass Rev Father rer 1 S J archdeacon eV FL v A philliPs and Mr Louis r Ret F Hau masters of ceremony Mr gagus i also a student at Marys...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

J J 4 ThE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY II 1903 I I JH INImMOUNT caTHOliC ESTABLISHED 1890 c The Colorado Catholic t ESTABLISHED 1884 Consolidated October 2 1899 Published Every Saturday by The In termountain Catholic Publishing I Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah Telephone 567 5200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders Drafts or registered letters CHANGING ADDRESSES I I L Subscribers removing from one I place to another and desiring papers 1 changed should always give former U well a s present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED I The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of in terest to their respective parishes Entered in the postoffice at Salt Lake City as secondclass matter OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear SIrReplyIng to your fa vor asking my approval of The Inter mountain Catholic since Its establish ment In this diocese I will ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY if 1fln2 5 I DiD BY Aury Busy I ij4 I L I 17 t > L r I 11 I AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY r Dear Nieces and Nephews Aunt Busy is 2iiously waiting for replies I to her litf question Have the Og I den Eureka Park City and Salt Lake girls and boys gone to the woods and canyons for the entire summer Aunt Buy is afraid that the dear j children will forget how to write let ters it they do not remember to write to their loving AUNT BUSY 0 Letters and Answers Pocatello Idaho May 31 1903 Dear Aunt Busy I thought I would write l to you I am 8 years old and I go to St Josephs school I believe you are about 55 years old Give my lore to Uncle Busy From your lov I ing niece ANNA LYONS Aunt Busy is always pleased to hear from Pocatello She would like to have more of the girls and boys at your home write her The next time you write to Aunt Busy tell her what you would like to do when you leave school Aunt Busy hopes to hear from you often Anna k 0 Rock Sp...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

J 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY II 1903 kt I I I Womans World < e Dress and III I oman s or Character I Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers THE IDEAL WOMAN ty r t The ideal woman is a woman with out an ideal says Mrs F H William 1 sons Book of Beauty She is easy to live with She is worth living for She is worth dying for She is the high light in the charcoal drawing of hu I manity man being the charcoal She i is the skylight in the edifice of the hu man life She has no history She has t no story She is the rhythm which transforms the prose of life into poet ry She wears a reasonable hat at mat inees She is too clever to talk ofwo mans rights she takes them fcShe wears frocks that match her hair she does not dye her hair to match her frocks I She helps her husbasd to build up a I future for himself and never seeks to I rake up his past She believes that a theory is the paper fortress of the im mature and that a clergyman may still t be a man She knows that...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND AN9COLORADO CATHOLIC rh JULY II 100 5 7 u I The Latest Irish News r 1 r i From the Dublin Weekly Freeman 1 June 27 I fj New Church at Gowna I On ThursdaY the picturesque little i f Gowna was the age of scene of a Trr interesting ceremony This was the laying of the foundation stone by e jlost Rev Dr Hoare Bishop of jjdash and Clonmacnoise of the new T a iirph vlnch is to take the place of I l V the pre Pt structure which nas been = found tni rely inadequate for the re E6fi I uIreIlllnts of this thickly populated II mg I laisti Wsh Mass was celebrated at its I r30 by tae Rev Father J J Far rell c C la addition to his lordsbip the foIlI Hg clergy were present itk Ref jj fjrcoran P P Gowna Rev Lies SLiTdan P P Kilmacoole per i j IIrnan Rev E Mahon P P nromara Pav B Duffy Dublin Rev f j RI Richmond United States America i eV Philip Duffy St Mells Allege Ti Y J Quinn P P Lough ty feRp T Langan D D P P I1JdHer T Finlay Dublin f IT It Father finiay on as I cendii t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 July 1903

1 I8 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JULY II 1903 y I w I t liVTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC OFFICE 249 MAIN I TELEPHONE 507 I INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second i South street I L E Hammel 49 E Second South qn q street TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS M J Shannon has been appointed I collector and canvasser for the states of Idaho and Montana The manage ment bespeaks for him all the assist ance our friends can give He bears with him a letter of introduction tlrlrrININININININININININININININIMINININIIIMIMIMH I i SALT LAKE t i i flMlrlrNIrININIIINNINININININININININIIIrrIrIYIMI I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD A sharp fight will be waged against f future pests which happen to infest the fruit orchards of this state The Utah state board of horticulture has just issued a pamphlet containing rules formulas and recommendations for the disinfection of orchards which furnishes considerable information re garding the duties of the boa...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 July 1903

1 r 1JtJ = Dmte I CatIHtPpcr1et CIj ii ik = M j df fooo o 0tt t n l 1 t = Volume 4 No 42 Fourth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND 6 DENVER JULY 18 1903 Colorado Catholic Nineteenth Year TRIJERELIGIUN i EASILY RECONCILED SCIENCE Science and Intellectual I Progress Have Unmasked Many Errors and Superstitions Written for Intermountain Catholic The history of the human race both in modern and ancient times pre sents an insolvable problem to the greatest minds of every age This problem becomes still greater when human intelligence extends its estimation into prehistoric times The oldest records have all shown man to be a religious being Religion is coeval with history That history whether inspired or infallible is in separable from the religious aspira tJlln of mans spiritual nature and belief in immortality Science and in tellectual progress have unearthed and unmasked many religious errors and gross superstitions in the past The present is no exception to the I rule But the conclusionbecause the...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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