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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 January 1904

I 7i f THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 2 1904 I 7 i it 4ii I I Womans world ENDURANCE How much the heart ma3 bear and yet of Break How much the flesh maya suffer and notdic 1 question much If ny pain or ache Of soul or body brings our end more ijigh Deaeh chooses his own time till fliutlb sworn All evils may be borne iI i I Sle > shrink and shudder at the surgeons Knife Each nerve recoiling from the cruel bteel Whose edge seems searching for the tiulvering life Yet to our sense the bitter pang reveal That still although the trembling ash be torn x This also can be borne Wo eo a sorrow rising in our 1way And try to lice from the approaching ilk Vo seek some small cape we weep and pray But when the blow fall then our hearts arc still Not tint the pain is of its shaipnesis shorn But that it can be borne I I AVf wind our life about another life Wo hold it closer dearer than our own Anon it faints and falls in deathly strife Laving us stuuned and stricken and alone But...

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. — 2 January 1904

rTT i I I I 15 THE INTERn UNTAIN iiIL COLORADO ii ii CATHOLIC JANUARY 2 1904 I H I I SAt T lAKE I f CATHEDRAL NOTES f Mrs Donald Morrison and Mrs J M Moore are the ladies appointed to attend to the altars this week + l The members of the Sacred Heart league attended Holy Communion in a body Friday morning + r The members of the Altar society of St Marys cathedral will hold their regular monthly meeting next Monday at 2 oclock at the episcopal residence AH the members are requested to at tend as election of officers for the com ing year will occur + The meeting of the Guild of St An thony will take place next Tuesday Jan 5 at the new Wilson hotel The meeting will be called to order at 3 oclock and the officers for the ensuing year will be elected + John ODonnell the highly esteemed J old gentleman who kindly officiates as f usher at St Marys was ably assisted I t on Christmas day by Edward McGurrin and George Murphy t 4 1 Rt Rev Bishop Scanlan has re 1 ceived the following official d...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

r f I r ITO I TO ADVERTISERS > i PIONEER CATHOLIC Largest circula The Colorado tion of any Cath r I Catholic oldest olic journal of the newspaper r Rocky mountains in intermountain I A is the property I basin See = i I of Intermountain I f t i suits sn tQpM6 pCV4D4 GA60i AD WYOmk1K4 I Catholic 1 tI t I N eeeoeooeoeneeeeeaeoaoeeocooooeoeeeoeoeooonooooo000oooooeeo m c i1lt iiilt I l ioiP triT tV Butt poooooeQOQOOD66QOOOOOOOOIIO OOooOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOO y > r ooczooooo0000000000000000000oooooeovoeoooooooceooooo0000oo oocoo o I I i Volume 5 No 15 Fifth Year t SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 9 1904 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year I PAST AND fUTUR I Of OUR RiA T NA liON Great Achievements of Our Country Liberty Equality and fraternal Love Dan e gers to Be Avoided I I Written for The Intermountain Catholic The records of the old year are closed and A hat the new year may bring forth no one can 11 A new ruler will be chosen to steer the ship f stale As our government rests on popula...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 9 1904 I I I I nOt eatbont Oueris and Jlnswtrs tbtr to i j I San Francisco 3Iouitor Does not the Catholic devotion to Mary as a mat 1 i ter of fact dertcat from the worship due to Christ I On the contrary it is sin historical fact that i the Catholic church which has always cherished a f I great love for the 3Iother of Christ has ever been I the great defender of the divinity of Jesus Christ I her son Outside her fold thousands of nominally J Christian ministers and people deny the divinity cf the Son of God because among other reasons j their forefather lost the true sense of the unique i J dignity of that Sons Blessed Mother If we look through Europe writes Cardinal jCcwinan we shall find on the whole that just I those nations and countries have lost their faith I I in the divinity of Christ who have given up devo I I tion to His oMthcr and that those on the other t hand who had been foremost 5n her honor have i t j j retained their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

w a I I THE I TER 10UNT AIN AND T r COLORADO TTIIi cATHOLIC JANUARY 9 1904 3 1 JJ I 1 This is the I cj J Church ihiiversdI victory overcoincth faIth world our which the I I I CHURCH CALENDAR I 7 S 9Of the Octave of Epiphany 10 Second Sunday for the monthThe Find I ilfi of our Lord with the Doctors in the Temple I llB Gundisalvus 0 P I iof the Octave of the Epiphany 13 Octave day of the Epiphany 3 iS i Hillary Bishop and Doctor of the Church lj Feast of the Most Sacred same of Jesus 16S Stephana 0 P Virgin When Mary the Mother Xisssd the ZXIS3 I When Mary the Mother kissed the Child And the night on the wintry hills grew mild nd the Strange Star swung from the courts of air Co I serve at a manger with kings in prayer rhfn did thoday of the simple kin And the unregarded folk begin When Mary the Mother forgot the pain li j J the ftable of lock began loves < reign Hn that nevlight on their grave eyes broke i xen were gladand forgot their yoke nd the huddled sheep in the far hill fold...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

I f T it 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 9 1904 ii INTrRMOUNTAIN CATHOlIC Established 1899 THE COLORADO CAIHOLIp I Established 1884 Consolidated October 2 1899 X 1 1I I Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain 1 Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt I Lake City Utah Telephone 567 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE jI j I REMITTANCES I I Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex press money orders drafts orregistered letters IiIl Ii Il t CHANGING ADDRESSES I Subscribers removing from one place to another I H and desiring papers changed should always give for I d i mer as well as present address I I 4 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED f The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE I 1 UfTERMOUNTAIX CATHOLIC news contributions interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postofilce at Salt Lake as Second I class Matter I OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT I Editor Intermountain Catholic 1 My Dear Sir Replying to your faver asking my approval of The Intermountain Catholic...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

1 THE 1NTERA1OUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 9 iyu o Our Bovs and 6 frs Edited by Aunt Busy Papa What Would You Take For Me She was ready to sleep as she lay on my arm 1 In her little frilled cap so fine With her golden hair falling out at the edge Like n circle of noon sunshine And I hummed the old tune of Banburv Cross And Three Men Who Put Out to Sea When she sleepily said as she closed her eyes Papa what would you take for nieV And I answered UA dollar dear little heart And she slept baby weary with play But I held her warm in my lovestrong aims And I rocked her and rocked away Oh the dollar meant all the r world tome rM The land and the sea and the sky M The lowest depths of the lowest place I The highest of all thats high a > Of e I I And the cities wJth streets and palaces With their people and stores of art I would not take for one low soft throb Of my little ones loving heart Nor all the gold that was ever found > In the busy wealthfinding past Would stake for o...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

t j if I I 6 THE INTtRMOUN IAIN AND c COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 9 1904 5 = = = = = = 1 f n Som Pete of fffe Poets Glen LTathaway in Ladies World 1 Famous among pet lovers as well as among poets is Sir Walter Scott as anyone might guess after eading his works with their strong Christian spirit and their many sympathetic studies of ani mals and breezy outdoor adventures One of his first pets was a shaggy Shetland pony scarcely larger than a Newfoundland dog He taught it to come clattering into the dining I room for dainties and lame though he was he gal loped it fearlessly over the rough Scottish nioprs I Later on the names and traits of his horses are set down in his letters and dairies as if they were human friends Few of them liked to be fed by anyone but their master Brown Adam would I let no one mount him but Scott and broke the bones of two grooms who attempted it but when the well known saddle was put on his back he would trot along out of the stable and around the drive to the...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

i i THE INTERMGUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY o 1904 je 7 f < N 1 < J I Romans rldI A Recipe By Magdalen Rock If we at heart would happy be AVe must remember and forget > t f Forget each Tong and injury > t Remember all the good weve met J > And none who use this recipe Will it in youth or age regret M Jf vo at heart would happy He v We must remember and forget I The heart from bitter memories free Oer daily ills fall not nor fret Remembering and forgetting e < The best of former days have yet FIVEMINUTE EXERCISES FOR WOMEN Marion Martineau in Chicago Tribune A man went dIe rounds of lhe city the other day trylngto find awomanwhho vdsnVbuy He gave it u1 ite an impossible job Threefourths ot the women were rushed to death and the other fourth were down sick from overwork f The industry of the busy bee is proverbial but not more so than the industry of the busy wo man A mans work may be from sun to sun but a womans work is never done Yet in the busy hive of wom...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 January 1904

fl4 8 Ittti RnOUNTAIN > NDCOhORA XCATtiOLiC JANUARY 9 1904 Itdi I k INIfRMOUNIAIN AIHOll OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 5G7 I INTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC lAY 6 be found on day of publication a J following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Secon South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South i street PI Barrow Bros 43 W Second South I SAt lAKE I CATHEDRAL NOTES Mrs W E Smedley and Mrs Frank McGurrin arT the ladles appointed to attend to the altars this week + I School reopened at St Marys acad 1 emy and All Hallows college last Mon day + Three new Masses have been added to the musical library of the cathedral choir + Xext Sunday will be communion day for the members of the Sodality of the Children of Mary The meeting will be held at St Marys academy Sunday afternoon at3 oclock All members are requested to attend as the officers will be elected for the coming year + The Knights of Columbus will hold their usual monthly meeting next Wednesday Jan 13 The fine new quarters secured by the K of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

7 J I k A t2 i q M tt t i i r I f < > = I4 OpM ptVA9q Gb0 Ad F170r71 P 4 T r vooooaooooooaeaeaocoooooooooooooooooooooooooaooaooooooaooo oaooooopoooooo c oo00t00ooo 000900000000000o0oooeaooeeee Oepoeepeppopa ooOaoAM c epeoooeeooeooopooe pooooooooemooesaooooooooooeooeooooooaooseeooooooaooooooooa It = ratrir poooocoooo i ppppo0ooooo soaupoosaoooo3ooooyY ooopooo0oomooooooooooao + 1 ooao0ooooooooa S T f J Volume 5 No 16 Fifth > Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 16 > < 1904 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year j rmsT t QUfS1ION OF CAJUOllC CATfCUISM Who Made the World Child and Atheist Present Their ClaimsTriumph n of the Child Y Written for the InterMountain Catholic The first simple question asked in the little cat echism Who mad the world is onex that has puzzled the Y greatest minds and most profound philosophers in every age The answer instinctive h almost given by the child solves what is the great problem of life to thinking and learned minds The answer of the forme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

rr M THE INTERAOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 16 ipo4 I J It j 1 I n n = QQueries and nswers tb r eto n h h San Francisco Monitor i WilKyou not admit that a reformation was needed i In the sixteenth century We will readily grant that a reformation in s ike lives of many unworthy churchmen of the I day 4 was imperatively needed and that unless many Catholics of the period had been living most cor rupt lives they would never have abandoned the Church of Jesus Christ The Catholics loss of faith is ever traceable to the breaking of the Ten m Commandments The Church felt this keenly liar self and reformed many abuses at the Council of Trent 15451563 But once grant that the Church is a divine in stitution founded by Jesus Christ the Son of God to teach and save men for all time once grant i I i that He promised to build it secure forever hgainst I > sll attacks of hell and to guarantee its perpetuity I r by His own biding presence and that of the Holy I rk t Spirit Matt xxviii 1...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

T j t I tt 1 A S n INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO l CATHOlilC JANUARY 16 1904 3 L ± S I I If This is the I J i l ifb Cburcb llniversaJ ummuuu H world faith overcometh victory our which the w > i s I CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Jau IT Second after Epiphany Holy St Anthony Ab ame fondnr Jan J8St Peters chair at Rome Si Jrisca V M St Wolfred B M 1 t Tuesday Jan 195t Wulstan B St Mans I B 7 V St Sulpice Wednesday Jan 20St Fabian PlI St Se li tian 31 St F chinAb Thursday Jan 21 StAg V 31 Vivian Friietuosus B M p St L t I F1it r Jan 22SlE Vincent and Anastasius M M Saturday JIl1 > Espouals of Our Lady St S 1 J mcrJ1tiUHl T E i ANARCHISTS CAUSE TROUBLE IN CHURCH 1 Throe men created a small riot in St Oasi u is Lithuanian Roman Catholic church Pitts I lunij fn Jan 10 by making the declaration that ss i IN of Charity were not good women The J l1l1I were denounced by the pastor Rev Father Tnlm S Sutkeiteis as anarchists and he boldly de i li ml that they were implicated in the plot to as I ilina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

f1 jt 4 = TIIEINJRMOUNTAIN CATUOLIC stablfshedM899 THE COLORADO CATHOLIC i 1 Established 1884 I j i Consolidated October 2 1899 t t Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt 1 Lake City Utah Telephone 567 J 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE f A REMITTANCES iij 1 Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex press money orders drafts or registered letters I CHANGING ADDRESSES I Subscribers removing from one place to another give for I and desiring papers changed should always 2 mer as well as present address I ij w CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 1 I The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE 1 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions J of Interest to their respective parishes 4 t Entered hi the Postofflce at Salt Lake as Second class Matter III I OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your faver asking my r approval of The Intermountain Catholic since its es t tablishment in this diocese I will state that ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

7 J r < I THE 1NXERV10UNTA1N ANDCGLORAOO CATHOLIC JANUARY 16 1904 Our Boys and 6irls Edited by Aunt Busy i HOW TIXIE WAS LOST AND FOUND Tessie Is I the name of a little girl 1 that Tide Tixie is a pretty white cat Owns nth the buFhiest tail and the silkiest fur vnd the dreamiest eyes and the gentlest purr J i t And the story Ill tell is how Tixie got st And where he was found and the trouble It cost And the sorrow that poor little Tessie endured While the fate of Tix was as yet unassured One day Tess was playing with Tix on the stairs When upward he ran and to her unawares popped out of a wideopen attic window And fell to the pavement Oh far far below I From a roof to whose edge he had run far away And where he had neer been before till that flay In a policemans yard who as we shall see Returned him again all safe to Tessie I When Tessie missed Tixie a search she had made railing mamma and sister and nurse to her aid They searched under bureaus pillows everywhere That a kitten co...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

r1i t il j 6 THE INTERMOUINTAIN AND doLO AtO CATHOLIC JANUARY 16 1904 JJoese Of D nu r CITY OF DENVER r Organization of Mens Sodality at Logan Avenue Chapel 1 Special Correspondence 1 On Sunday evening aj Logan Avenue i chapel Rev Cornelius OParrell made a vigorous appeal to the young men of f the cathedral parish to bring them to gether for the purpose of organizing a young mens sodality He did not over look the fact that there are numerous societies for Catholic young men al ready in existence but he remarked that these were beyond the reach of many boys for various reasons and that the new organization would be open to Them all In some ne said the fees or monthly dues were too large and many were unable to pay and furthermore he mentioned that al i though these associations have in them a rfeligious element they die distinctly social The new society will have no social features and its prime object will be to draw young men together no matter to what claps tocially they might bel...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

r 1I s t j 0 r f < I im li 1 r > r j Ii 1 THE INIERriOUNTAIN AND rCOL t RADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 16 1904 7 I i r F Womans World AN ARTIST DISCLOSES THE SECRETS < OF PKETTY HAIR a Olariau fartincau in i Chicago Iribulie y I can make any woman bcaittiful l II I poakor wa a man who mis devoted his life to j I study of the hair XpjnatWr how round how irrou how fat or how thin her face niny be I can make her look pretty lie asserted As he spoke he helo up the i lei i l ro of a woman h use sweetness of face was noticeable at a glance 1 itlo waves of Bair l1Uug or lay i about her car wlme over her forehead a great ° soft wave fell raressingly The temples were hidden by shining folds of hair while the ugly pots back of the ears which reveal womans age were fully concealed That woman continued the hair dresser was not a pretty woman Iudeed she was called l plain She had not one good feature and her appearance when dressed was far from attractive And to makeit worse she had away of twis...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 January 1904

v I THE INTERHOUNTAIN I COLORADO CATHOLIC I JANUARY 16 1904 I I uJ r 1 I INIfRMOUNIAIN AlDOl OFFICE 249 MAIN f TELEPHONE 567 r INTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC AY e found on day of publication at following news stands I Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South I street t Barrow Bros 43 W Second South f I 1 r v 1 SAt LAKE I CITY AND IWEIGHBOHHODD il Frank Rose the Christmas day wii > Ii murderer was both surprised and amused when Informed that his attor neys were going to put up a defense of insanity + Between 450 and1500 was realized from the Unique theatre benefits given Wednesday for the wives and children of Amasa L Gleason and Thomas B Brighton street carmen who were shot and killed by J M Shockley + Mormon poker is the name of a l new card game that has been intro duced into this city recently by a gang of sharpers who have succeeded in re lieving a number of tourist of their I coin + From statements made by Republican l councilmen it is evident th...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

s GQUQRADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 23 I9 ° 4 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND I non eatboli Queries t and Answers thereto i San Francisco Monitor I i Why it jour church so bitetrly opposed to the Free mason who are often good charitable members of society Why do you forbid Catholics joining the Masons t Do the Masons date back to the time of King Solo n mon I monWhat secret orders are forbidden by your church in this country Why dont tho church condemn all secret organi zations t As early as J73S Clement XII excommunicated 1 the Freemason and his example has been followed I J by Benedict 3CIV 1751 Pius VII 1821 Leo XII i 1826 Pius IX 1SGO and Leo XHL Catholics therefore who join this society contrary to the i known law of the church are guilty of grievous sin 1 and incur the extreme penalty of excommunication i J i 1 or exclusion from membership This deprives the I Mason of the sacraments of all share in the public prayers of the church and filially of Christian bur I I ial The prohibition of the c...

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