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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

I l u n JNTERflOUNTAIN AND COLORADO C AT1OUC DECEMBER 19 1905 g 1 = = rat This isthe rl 1 Church r lIniv rS l worldour ovsrcointtlitlie victory faith wiich CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Dec 208t Christian B Monday I Dec lSt Thomas Ap I miliy Dec 22S1 Zeno M 11t rdmday Dec 23St Servulus C 1 i liurday Dec 21SS Thrasilla and Emiliana nday 1 Dee 25Christmas Saturday Dec 26St Stephen First Martyr THE BISHOP OF BURLINGTON ON SINGING AT FUNERALS In n circular recently addressed to the clergy of in > diocese Bishop Michaud of Burlington 1 p some pertinent directions to the clergy and l n i i Y regarding the observance of the regulations I i In hurch in the matter of excluding from the iHijneil service such singing as savors of world li n u sentimentality or personal vanity The bish 1 I ritts ° The question of singing in the vernacular at 1 UK j rals has often been brought to the t attention i the clergy As far as we know our clergy de the church regulations concerning this mat to be 1 observed ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

1 i f 11 r F r 1 t 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN ANO COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 19 I9 ° 3 I I 6 THE INI R 1oiJNJ AiN CATHOLIC irnc Established 1899 yfl CIT TIlE COLORADO CATHOLIC ip Matt 1 Established 1884 < t t Consolidated October 2 1899 t w I I I 1 Published Every Saturday by The lotermounUin S Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah Telephone 567 1 i 200 a YEAR IN I ADVANCE L REMITTANCES i S t Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex press money orders drafts or registered letters I w t CHANGING ADDRESSES S 1 Subscribers removing from one place to another I I wid desiring papers changed should always give for il I I 11 I J I mer as well as present address S S t CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED I The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE 1 JNTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news confributlons t 4 of Inttji st to their respective parIshes ti Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second r S t V class Matter < < l t I J J t OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT r It 1 t Editor In...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

I 1 7 F f f INTERMOUNTAIN ¼ AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 10 1003 j U r 4t Our Boys and Qirl Edited by Aunt Busy MAKING A MAN Hurry the baby as fast as you can Hurry him worry him make him a man Off with his baby clothes get him in pants Feed him on brainfoods make him advance Hustle him soon as hes able to walk Into the grammar school cram him with talk Fill his poor head full of figures and fact Keep on ajamming them until it cracks Once boys grew up at a rational rate cow we develop a man while you wait I r Rush him through college compel him to grab Of every known subject a dip and a dab Get him in business and after the ca h All by the time he can raise a mustache S Lft him forget ho was ever a boy Make gQld his God and its jingle his joy Keep him ahustling and clEar out of breath Until he vlns nervoils prostration and death The Arya Patrik AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY Dear Nieces and Nephews Of course all the dear children are longing for the glorious Christ mastide Poor old Aunt Bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

if l 7 6 I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 19 1903 n > i DIO5f Of DfNVfR Ft CITY OF DENVER jLJkU One of the lUTcst Beloved Nuns of the Diocese Passes Away CIT Special Correspondence p Mat A cloud came over the religious com munities of the city last week when Sister Mary Paschal one of the most 1 i beloved nuns of the diocese passed l away Death came peacefully at St t j Josephs hospital on Wednesday morn 1 r I ing while the sister was surrounded i 1 7jy members of the religious order of I wild sne was a member SIster mary 1 Paschal had been an invalid for some 1 years but had kept indefatigably at work Until a few weeks ago she was I J at Loretto Heights academy but her health steadily failing she was advised I iy v by her physicians Drs Corbin and t Powers to go to Santa Fe She en 1 I J tered the sanitarium there but grew steadily worse Two weeks ago she 1 was removed to St Josephs hospi t tal where she died after a few days i of suffering Cancer of the stomach...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

I T IT J4 t THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 10 1903 7 I f Womans World t How to Take Fresh Air Into Your Lungs BY MAJ ION IARTL EAT in Chicago Tribune Xo matter licm frosty the morning be sure to get the fresh air Let zero approach and Tack Frost fill the pane let snow lie on the ground and wind weep the pavement let come anything in the way of weather but do not fail to get the air Of course you must take the air prudently The oman who gets out of a warm bed and rushes to the casement to throwwide the window pane is a foolish woman She will surely chill and the result will be a cold or a touch of rheumatism or some kindred ill It must be taken as a rule this time of year that llip jindy must not enjoy a sudden change of tem perature Every effort should be made to keep J the body 1 1 at the same degree of heat and cold When j you are in the house you can lay aside your wrap I But when you go into the street you should wear I a nifficietil amount of warm clothing to ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

i f 1 j1H 4 j 8 WE INTERnOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CAThOLIC DECEMBER i 9 1903 l oc 6 f J 111111 ill OFFICE 249 MAIN Iat i TELEPHONE 567 1101 w I INTBRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found on day of publication at following news stands CIT Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street p Nat L E 1Iammel 49 East Second South street I Barrow Bros 43 W Second South > N f i i i I SAt I tAKE I 1 j CATHEDRAL NOTES S J Margaret ODonnell was the lively little soloist at the a oclock mass last I Sunday cl + I The next meeting of St Anthony S t Guild will be held on Jan 3 i + i t J Philip Holland the bright little son I of Mr and Mrs James Holland is one SL of the moat faithful altar boys of the 1 Cathedral Last Sunday he served for L 1 I the three masses and would have S cheerfully remainded for another if ne S cessary t + 1 oit Rev Father Sheehan of Austin Nev I 5 1 Is visiting in the city for a few days t C the guest of lit Rev Bishop Scanlan 3 + r 11 Rev Father Mannion of Eureka t V Nov returned to ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

r I t 4 kid > < i < t lit I TO ADVERTISERS 8 + M dn c I r r PIONEER CATflOLIQl i I i Largest circula t r P l The Colorado tion of any Catholic Catholic oldest journal of the olic newspaper I r Rocky mountains in intennoflntain I I 1 is the property basin Sure re = I F r of Jatermouiitaifl I salts i a r qp tq p N f VADA b QLO DO NYO MEMO pwt a Catholic Ira I I II I s s ra J e 0pe0ep90eQ0ee00M00 oeooeoa peQe0p090EOQO0v0000v006000600v00000NOOOOOOOOO ° OOOOOON6iA96vOi0001eOta000D000000A00v000000v00600 OOOOOOOOOOODOOQOOQeo sib LIt r 00000DOp00o00000600D000000e000e000se0Deepeeewoeeeee00c0eMN jVYtlD l 9 PldPaArfa ooesoeooocoooa9oooooeoooooooeooooo00oooooaooooo0000000 > fer tadand a v0 ooooaeeoeeeoaoaa Country 0 1 o + e I Volume 5 No > 13 Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER DECEMBER 26 1903 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year r 1 HON We is BRYAN 1 IN OLD IRELAND Eloquent Address at Mansion I House Dublin to Leading Citizens Mr William J Bryan who was twice Demo cratic candidate...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

Wf z rr I i l N THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 26 1903 j 6 > inoq > r floICTbo1k Queries and nsw n w thereto CIT San Francisco Monitor hop Mat r Is it not due to Luther Calvin Knox and the other great Reformers that today men are no longer impris t r I oned tortured or burned for their religion r 1 N Would not Catholics persecute Protestants today if f 11 they had the DOwer i J vlii I Jll 1 Xo for I the 1 Reformers in every country where 1 I t Kb hey obtained power Germany England Scotland 1 Denmark Sweden the Xctherlands preached and JU 1 practiced the most bitter intolerance Luther held II 1 + 1 that the Anabaptists ought to be burned declared 1 J cf < r all measures lawful against Catholics an < invoked c lie the civil power against Carlstadt and Zwinglians t tOut f In Saxony blasphemy was punished with death and J t heresy with banishment The Calvinists were equal y ly hitter Calvin burned Servetus for denying the tJ Trinity and wrote a book in defe...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

r r I THE INTERflOUNTAIN AND COLORADO e 7 i I CATHOLIC DECEMBER < v 26 1903 S I 3 S J 5 S This is the T C 1 = J Cburcb j Urnversifaith I 7m our which the t LJ I I I faith u l CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Dec 2TSt John Ap Ev MOflda Dec 2Sfhe Hob Innocents Jill TIN dI 1V > Dee 29St Thomas a Becket M 1 J h1 I > S AVludry Dee 30St Sabinus E i 1 L huraday Dec 315t Sylvester I P C CHRISTMAS BELLS B uk through Christendom joy bells areringing From mountain and valley oer land and oer sea yfft choial melodies pealing and thrilling iihoes of igesfrom far Galilte Christmas is here Merry old Christmas GiltbfMnng hearttouching joybringing Christmas IU > oi grand memories king of the year In volume majestic deep anthems are pealing II ii monies heavenly swell on the air Loft and lowly in brotherhood kneeling Pt3 ant and prince mingle praises and prayer Christmas is here Sanctified Christmas i 3 ustbearing lifegiving soulsaving Christmas 1 ay > of fond memories king of the > I ar T &g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

J7 1 4 4 < THE 1NTERV10UNTA1N I AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 26 1903 r t I 6 iii lNTtRMOUNTAIN CATUOLIC = Established 1899 DIO vtv THE COLORADO CATHOLIC CIT Established 1884 hop Nat Consolidated October 2 1899 I I 1 x ll > Iijr j Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain w1 Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt t t ili L Lake City Utah Telephone 567 i YLl2 1 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I1 1 l d l l d REMITTANCES HC f Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex t ont press money orders drafts or registered letters L A t I i t Y CHANGING ADDRESSES tq Subscribers removing from one place to another 1 11 r i f and desirIng papers changed should always give for l mer as well as present address j j 1lW r p CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 1b no The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE I t INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions t 1 wit I 111 interest to their respective parishes t Entered iu the Postofflce at Salt Lake as Second 1 class Matter cr tJ 1 1I I 1 p tl r Jr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

i i i 7i I INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 1903 5 Lr Our Boys and ijirls Edited by Aunt Busy A COLD w He has a cold and life n6 more gls fair and radiant as of yore He sees no sunset gild the sk i Xo autumn colors greet the eye For = him the earth is full of shllls I j And potions capsales salves rnd pill Hot baths and blankets cough and tears Advice and sympathy and sneers Red eyes that mark a present plight Without the glee of yesternight And friends declare Twill soon he well SOr else twill kill you who can tell eOf all the ills life can unfod Ills is th worst who has a cod Washington Star AUNT BUSY HAS BEB SAY Dar Xicces nud Xephews Aunt Busy hoics 12 that the beautiful feast of Christmas was one of perfect happiness for all her dear Sunbeams She is happy when she thinks of the sunshine dispensed by the Sunbeams too 0 Thojsurest way to be happy is to aid in the happiness of others and Aunt Busy hopes that the dear chgdren will always remember her advice just iho sam...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

I I 1 6 THE IN IlKmUUl 1 fIN AINU CULUKADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 20 1903 p > + C J = c 6 = I Rdigious Intelligence I 1 As a result of the visit of Rev James Sulli V LU van S J to Mexico it is probable that a Cath olic church presided over by an Englishspeaking CIT priest will soon be established in the City of Mex ico The need of such an institution has long Mshop brat been felt and with each month grows more im perative as American and English Catholics go I 1 I I into the city The Jesuits of the City of Mexico j appreciate this and invited Father Sullivan to con f it I JI 11 duct missions there recently He says Spanish j l1 is the universal language of the priests of the t < Jut capitals churches There are hundreds of Eng c lt 1 lishspeaking Catholics in the city and although J i1 Y J the mass is the same in all the churches of the < I world it is but natural that they would prefer to j 1 > confess to one who speaks their own tongue Mex gare lie ico is becoming so American...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

r Y I + THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 26 1903 7 f Womans World I 3IT ANGEL Kneeling lonely by a column In a little chapel solemn As the shades of CC were falling My iniquities recalling HC i i Was I steeped in deepest sorrow s Vainly striving peace to borrow 4 When a maiden scarcely seven Lips a laughing eyes of heaven t Passed me tripping up the aisle i 85ia t HJ And < she turned in baby fashion 1 f j And looked back when lo QonfpasTion i 1 IlIA I Pure and sweet oerspiead her gladness Made her face infinite sadness J 4 > s Jn her orbs of tender feeling TWO great pearls came softly stealing 4 Child of Gods own predilection f Jnstantly my deep dejection Fled my heart left it asmile 1 J1 Such a wealth of sympathetic fi I i s Feeling made my soul prophetic s t t f Of a joy for me intended i As she turned again and wended titl Up the aisle her way to Mary f iii Dear exquisite little fairy 1111 From my heart much love did faiter l 1 1 As you kneeling at her altar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 26 December 1903

I ri t I F 45 r s r THE INTERHOUNTAIN COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 26 1903 = 1 J Tt TRMllJAI r t HOl OFFICE 249 MAIN I m I J TELEPHONE 567 S I 1NTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY CITfl I be found on day of publication at I S following news stands Bishop liratM I Salt Lake News Co i East Second South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South I c SpeciH i j street Li5op N J Barrow Bros 43 W Second South Sccon s tI 5LI5E 5 cL 1iz t S f Ii I SAt LAKE I jjS sayr CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD t 1 1 WI C e L l lie The management of the street rail I L7 cot1 way company continuing its pleasant i r d custom of remembering its employes at lit 11 l < t Christmas has presented each one of I lstic Its 375 employes with 100 ticket books it 1 ror t J There is not a street railway in the I t 1il country that 5s conducted with so little i I M I friction as the street railway in this city L J5 j 11 i 55n I 1 + The Crane company which has a IlL 1 house in this city is distributing l 11 5g t 5 llJat among its many employ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

t h r 1 C r i1 c J I H 1 r TO ADVERTISERS < I PIONEER CATflOUC l R I Largest circula r a The Colorado i tion of any Catli Catholic oldest olic newspaper journal of the I in intennounfain t 4 Rocky mountains I I basin Sure re = Y Q 1 is the property t I I of Intermountain salts L I c = F + rqk > 0 1lgV4D4 Gi0 ADo irYoy t i Catholic t eaoooooeioaoaetxjocooeoeocoooooooooooeooooooooaoeooooooooo i Opo00D0000000000000000000000po0e000000000oo0e0Ne00 0 0 0 Oi0Y000eeo OOOeoeceoOep00 o L 1 tor d odan d tuntr dt eoooooooeeooaooompaoooooeaeemeoaoooooaooooaopooooopooooorr ooooo0000o yy pp appaoaaaooeooooooeeowooooaoooooooooaooooooooeo0ooopoaooo0o 000000000 L Y Volume 5 No 14 Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 2 1904 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year I THE DIOCESE 1 OF SALT LAKE I I fJI The Growth o f the Church NumericaUylts Many ouaInstitutionsThe Great Work complished a I The growth of the Church during the past year i a matterof gratification to all members of the < hurch in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

I t ruI I t I QLQBAD CATHOLIC JANUARY 2I904 2 THE I INTERnOUNT A rlJ I r I non atf0lie Queries t and Answers Cftereto e t i San Francisco Monitor I 1 Vherc in the Bible are Indulgences mentioned i 1 D13 not the doctrine of indulgences originate in the fear 1200 JJy what authorIty does your Church grant indulg ences q j By the divine power that Jesus Christ gave to Peter and the Apostles in union with Him to free the repentant sinner from ox cry thing that hindered + his entrance into heaven namely bin and the eter i i nal and temporal punishment duo to sin i I Whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth it shall I be loosed also in heaven Matt xvi i 19 What I 1 soever you shall loose on earth shall be loosed also I j in heaven Matt xviii IS Whose sins you shall Ii I forgive they arc forgiven them John xx 23 I I l r I St Paul exercised this power upon the incestu 1 I I ous Corni ian whom he first excommunicated and s then pardoned in the name of Christ after he had l given proof of heartfel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

I i j THE IIN 1 EKfllUUINTAIIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC J JANUARY p 1904 0 3 0 DC i III F This is the C 9 victory overcomeththe which 1 l Cburcb nivtrsal e I 1 1 I I J faith A u uu CHUECU CALENDAR Friday Jan Circtuncibion t 0 Saturday Jan 2Oct of St Stephen St MatH < Q carius 0 t Sunday Jan 30ct of St John St Qene Q vi < ne Gal iv 17 G Luke ii 3340 Monday Jan 4St Gregory 0 Tuesday Jan 5St Simeon Stylites Wednesday Jan Epiphany < Thursday nJiSt LucianSy Friday Jan sSt Apollinavis > V Saturday Jan 9S8 Julian and Basilissa NO MORE r The gold that flushed the waters Has faded all away And Night hae wrapped the mountains 1 x In veils of solemn gray i S With clinging steps we linger 0 Upon the dreary shore And look across the oc ian For sails that come no more i 1I I When life was in splendor And hearts were brave and hig i With sunshine on the wafer And summer in the sky Our ship with spreading canvas Went bounding from the shore I tH But years and years departed 1 And yet they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

1 T J 4 THE WIERIttOU WAIN ANtkCObORAOO CATHOLIC JANUARY 2 1904 I filE > 1TERMOUNTAIN I CATHOLIC 1 i Established I 1899 i 1 IiI ffimn COLORADO CATHOLIC iI Established 1884 I Consolidated October 2 1899 1 r 1 j t I i Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain I I Catholic Publishing Company M9 Main Street Salt 1 I Lake City Utah Telephone 567 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE J REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postolflcc or ex I press money order drafts or registered letters j U CHANGING ADDRESSES j I Subscribers removing from one place to another 1 1 and desiring papers changed should always give for I I mer us wen as present address f 1 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED I I Tlhe Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE I l JNTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions I of Interest lo their respective parishes I I Entered in the Postofflce at Salt Lake as Second II l class Matter I I OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT I I II I Editor Intelmountain Catholic I t My Dear Sir Replying to your faver asking...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

i ± c I y j 1 1 1 nbUNIJbKmJUINlAllN AiND ULOkADO CATHOLIC JAiNUARY 1904 r 5 noof ion Our Boys and Oirls of S IfS > Edtied by Aurvt Busy eat d ROAD TO GETJMBLETOWN as i fJ Tis quite n train and easy road e That leads to Gnmbletown 5 ln And those who wish can always find nV A chance to journey down 1 I of r TIs customaiy for the trip t on To choose = a rainy day f al When weathers line ones not so apt ing To care to go that way iar Jiist keep down Fretful lane until a ie You come to Sulky stile Where travelers often like to ret I In silence for a while And then cros over Pouting bridge Where Dont Care brook ilosUo Vn > And just a little way beyond c You come to Grumbletown t a lit Erom what I learn this Grumbl ton > er lis not a pleasant plice t One never hears a cheerful word V S Or sees a sm ling face S The children there are badly spoiled of I S And sure to fret and tease i ic I S S And all the grownup people too 4 15 Seem cross and hard to please 1 H leI I S The weather ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

11 i l it 1 6 INTERMOUNTA1N AND < GOLORAbo GATHOIfJC JANUARY 2 1904 OSfflITY I Of JU STMTOF ui1i t F Ea t a H Mines All in Good Shape = Outlook for New Year j Very Prosperous I i t Written for Intermountain Catholic i The principal feature in the business I world during the past year was the squeezing out of the water from the I Wall street stocks This process con I tinued steadily during the entire r and still goes on Such a process twen I ty ears ago or even ten years ago would have caused a disastrous finan I j cial and industrial panic throughout the country But nowadays things are dif ferently balanced Wall street has I been relegateS to the same sphere as < the Chicago board of trade the New I Orleans cotton exchange and other stock exchanges Inflation of stock values and the consequent reaction i affect only professional traders and scattered investors who were trying to get rioh quick I Actual business throughout the coun t try has kept up in volume almost to the i poi...

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