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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

1cI J S THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COL0RADOCATHOLIC JANUARY 23 1904 3 I I I J I victory which c COurcO IllVCLrSdi world overcomcth This is our the the 1 I I faith H CHURCH CALENDAR t Sunday 24 Third after Epiphany St Tim othy n1 Holy Family 3Iondiy 23 Conversion of St Paul Vi p Sr Prix B St Poppo Ab f Tuesday 20Sl Polcarp i 3IL StJ > aula W Wednesday 278t John Chrysostom B DSt VItalian P Thursday 2SSt Raynnnond of Pennafort St Julian B Friday 29St Francis of Sales B D St Hildas Ab Saturday 1OSt 3llmina V M St Felix IV P St Edan B THE POPE AND AMERICAN OATH OLICS I This dispatch from Rome appears devoid of the yellow tinge and we jive it for what it is worth Rome The pope IIflS toM Cardinal Ootti that in 1 ho future the nominations of American bishops will not be made hy the congregation of the propaganda hut shaH be rQs rYe < l10 himelf This change was brought about by the recent i tRtion of liev James H Hartley a bishop of Co t himhus O Many of his colleague had been at work oppos...

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. — 23 January 1904

I TIE INTERMOUNTAiN CATHOLIC i t Established 1899 i i THE COLORADO CATHOLIC Established 1884 I f I Consolidated October 2 1899 t Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain t Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah Telephone 567 I I I 200 R YEAR IN ADVANCE n Oh j j j REMITTANCES f Remittances should be made by posloffice or ex press money orders drafts or registered letters I II CHANGING ADDRESSES f i I Subscribers removing from one place to another give for and desiring papers changed should always mer as well as present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy arc requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions I I of Interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postofflcc at Salt Lake as Second I p class Matter I jvvuv f iro fvvv OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT j Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your faver asking my approval of The Intermountain Catholic since its es tablishment In this diocese I will stat...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

I J THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 23 1904 5 D Our Boys ana Girls t Edited by Aunt Busy a SOME PS AND QS oJI I Pray little lads and lassies gay One lesson do not lose x AS through the world you wend your av Oh mind your Pt and Qs t For while P stands for pears and plums For pleasantness and plays For patience and for prompetitude For peace politeness Braise i I I Tet lackadaj it leads in pert In pInches pests and pain Perverse and petulant and pry And also in yiofane Q stands for Quaker quietness I For quinces quality x For quickness and for queenlincss For quainr and quittance free But thenit heralds quake and quail And querulous indeed And quibbles quarrels quips and flulik I And quacks it serves at need 1 Then watch them little maids and men For folks will soon excuse f FuJI many a fault and foible when You mind your Ps and Qs Elizazbeth Carpenter I AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY Dear Nieces and Xephewa Aunt Busy would like to hear from some of her dear old frionds who t ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

I 6 ThE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY jt 1904 DOC e Of 1 n ttl r 10 CITY OF DENVER I Church Progress in the Religious Vineyard of Colorado i Special Correspondence Lust Sunday was the second Surtflay ftrr the Fen t of the Epiphany and was MIM rved as the Feast of the Holy 1 iiv of Jesus Accordingly this fur I nFhc a theme for many of the pastors I o tho it V t L Fan Avenue chapel Bishop X C SLuz tpokf at the High Mass on I r V1fl1 cf the name of Jesu and 1 tji if the love which it should inspire 1t i hr hearts of the entire Christian v ild The b1 hop deplored the pio f > nitv which is now so universal anti I eln > rtd that more veneration be of f > t < 1 the Holy Name He recalled how IN nuim6 of the heroes of history are I I ifvreneed and asked that something humanity or that spirit which prompts 4 t Inn l and cherish these names be alto extended to thE religious world I that i may make itself felt everywhere here > The sermon was OIK of especial In I tT...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

I F I i THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO I CATHOLIC JANUARY 33 1904 7 1 I Womans u World I I LIFES MIRROR There are loyal hearts there are spirits brave There are souls that arepure and true Then give to the world the best you have And the best will come back toyou Give love and love to your life Avill how A strength in your utmoEt need Have faith and a score of hearts will ehow Their faith In your word and deed I Give truth ral your gifts will be paid in kind And honor will honor meet And a smile = that is sweet vill surely lind A smile that is just as sweet J Give pity and sorrow to those who mourn Von ivii tuther in flowers again scattered seeds from your thought outborne S Though the towing seemed in vain S For life is the mirror of king and slave Tis just wlmtN we are and do < 0 CThon give the world the best you have 5 S t And the best will come back fo you 7Demarests S I t S THE SUNDAY MENU S Breakfast S S > Fruit S S S S cereal S Sugar and cream S Tripe Lyonnaise Potatoes...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 January 1904

i1 S I I S 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 23 1904 S S I 5 j 11 INHRMOUNIAIN UHOm I OFFICE 49 MAIN TELEPHONE r67 S INTIiRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY 1 be found on day of publication Jt followingi news stands J Salt Lake News Co jl East Second South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South Etreet Barrow Bros 43 W Second South I SALT lAKE I I I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD k Bradstreets report says relative to f I local conditions Wholesalers report a i slight iucreaec in business Weeding of stock and special sales customary at this period are the main features ill retail circles Money reported easier but yollcctlons slow + Bingham Bulletin A new producer should result from the formation of the JloT Roy Mining comi > any to develop I the Rob Roy group on Clipper hill The claims four in number neighbor the Zelnora Argentine and Morning Stan all former producers of note The com pany has for officers Emanuel Kauch I A ilcKellar jr and E McGurrin L Returns of the Chinese census for ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

j J r C r < J t ro i > y r < tf f < jIl t i I 1 I 1 s t qH t9A wo l + gVADA G ota so wron taYp M t A y 1 00000 eeoooaooaeeeeeaeaapae MD006000001QOOOOOOOLOWpi aopoeepoaooeeeeoooeeeeeoepoooaoacaooaapooooooooooae Op0DOp0p0 o 00 ta Op000P80p0000400000 o c awe ODD0 pt i4ftij 00 00Y2A0900 OM0040000COpOppp0p000900p000000900000D0000000000 i tgo < tt > 3 1 o Butt d S Volume 5 No > 18 < Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 30 + 1904 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year I T1 STUMBlIN6 BLOCKS TO 4 DUMAN INCROULITY What Is Man Naturalists Endeavor to Prove He is Not Different in Species from j R Rest of Animal Creation Written for The Intelmountain Catholic The questions f Who made the world F and Who is Cod with their positive answers are the z111It tumbling f block to incredulity Although 1 ho apostles of incredulity are unable to upset the anvveis which are consecrated by usage and sanc rr ned by tradition yet they will indulge in wild peculations which confuse the...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

Ht T i + I 4 i 2 I THE INTE MOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 30 1904 iI I f I 1 r I l non = atboie Queries d i and mmn Cftcroo 1 I r < < San Franisco Monitor If Christ performed the miracles recorded in the cw Testamentyivhy then dld the Jews put Him to E death deathThis This difficulty is thus answered by Father Lam I bert The argument of this question is that because I the Jews put Christ to death they did not believe f in His miracles as recorded in the Gospels But this conclusion is false The Jews believed that God had forbidden them to abandon the law of t Moses even if a prophet performing miracles re f quired them to do so From the time of Christ I down to the present the Hews have always and uni t formly believed in the reality of the miracles of y Christ If you do not believe this consult their a Talihuds 1 t Well then you will nsk if they admitted tho fact of Has miracles why did they not accept Him I as the Messias While they admitted the miracles f they did n...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

I rHE INTERMOUNTAIN COLORED CATHOfcfCJANUARY 30 1904 3 ffvj S 4 r WWWWWWWW W J victory which n I C = 1 overcometli This is the the CburtbJniversa world our ci r nJs faith I I J I h lJV CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Septuagesima S Peter Xolasco 5 larcolla w J February Devotion The TIolyFiuuily i Monday 1S Ignatius m S Bridget v S Sisehert Kg Tuesday Purification B V 3f Candlemas S0orncliu = T9cv Wednesday o SJLaurence b S Blnse bin S Dionysius p ihwaday 4S Andrew Ccrsini b B Jane of Vaoi > Friday o grayer of Our Lord in the GardenS Paul Uolm aifti S Agatha Tm S Alice v SS n James vm Saturday iSo 5 TitU b 1 S Dorothy vn S Mel b S IIyflcintha PAPAL PRESENTS TO BE SOLD Pius X is flaboraliiif a Mhemo for a great sale of all the valuable object proented to Tr > o XI n on the occasion of his evoral jubilees j hi idea being to devote the money thus realized to eharit j able ontcrpries and also to the necoMtus of the 4t papacy For in spile of all that has been said to the coiurir the Vatican ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

1If j ti I I THE INTERnOURpAiNrAND jgjOCATUOLIC JANUARY 30 1904 r I THE INTERMOUNTAfN CATHOLIC Established 1899 L i THE COLORADO CATHOLIC t 1 Established 1884 I Consolidated October 2 1899 I Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain I Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah Telephone 557 I 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I 1 REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postofflce or ex i I ess money orders drafts or registered letters I I CHANGING ADDRESSES I Subscribers removing from one place to another r and desiring papers changed should always give for r mer as = well as present address i CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE t INTERJIOU7CTAIX CATHOLIC news contributions of Interest to their respective parishes r r Entered In the Poslolficc ct Salt Lake as Second class Matter i t I OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermouutain Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your faY r asking my k approval of Intermountain Catholic since its es ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

1 THE + INTERttOUNTAfN AND qpLQlADQ CATfiQLIC JANUARY 30 1904 I 3 t I Womans World J KATHLEEN One Queen I on and one alone Commands my meek obedience No Sovrelgn named by human law From her draws my allegiance For her I Ue for her I strive And shall till life is ended And with my latest parting breath Her name Jt will be blended J j J Kathleen > Your dear name will be blended I Jove Gods peace among our hills 1 Vml fain A ould not destroy it I I love sweet life Ip this fair AAOild And long would enjoy it I But when my Sovicign needs my life r I That day Ill cease to crave it And bare a breast for foemans steel l And show a soul to brave it Kathleen For your sweet sake to brave it i H I 1 O glorious Death on battleplain Our foemen oft have baffled And the proudest lovers of Kathleen Have holy made her scaffold a + Not mine to choose nor mine to care The cause the manner hallows ril court the steel or kiss the cord < On green hillside or gallows x Kathleen r t e For you Id woo t...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

1 < 1 i I 1 j HE INTERMOUNTAIN AiNP COLORADO CATHOLICf JANUARY 30 1904 I DiO s Of D n r CITY OF DEZHTEH Bishop 2 atz Replies to a Unitarian f Clergyman Special Correspondence In reply to a sermon delivered a week ago by Rev David Utter pastor of the Unity church on the Roman Catholic church Right Rev Bishop ilatz preached oi > Faith at the last mass in Lofan avenue chapel 1 on Sunday ex plaining that on faith hinges the doc trines cf all religions lIe said in part l partTruly I say to you 1 have not found so great faith in Israel I It is evident that our Divine Savior i intended to stigmatize in a striking I niaMier tne fidelity of the Jews or his t I time To convince yourself of this I i mark the words of the next sentence J And I say unto you that many shall l come from the east and the west and shall recline at table with Abraham I Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven but the children of the king dom shall be cast out into exterior darkness there shaH be weeping ail I g...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

T THE 1NTERMOUNTAIN AND CQLORAJp CATHOLIC JANUARY 30 1904 7 I t Our Boys and 6jrls Edited by AuntBusy PAPA WHAT WOULD YOU JAKE ORNEr She was ready to sleep as she lay on Tny arm Ir her little frillpd cap so fine WJU her golden hair falling out at the edge Like a circle of noon sunshine And I huminmed the old tune of Ba1 bur Cross And Three Men Who Put Out to Sea w hpn she sleepily said as she closed her eyes Papa what would you take for me nd I answered A dollar dear little heart And she slept baby wear with play But T held her warm in my 10vestrouS arum i And I rocked her and rocked away Oh the dollar meant all the world to me The land and the sea and the sky Th > lowest depths of the lowest place The highest of all thats high 1 And the cities with streets and palaces I With their people and stores of art I ould not take for one low soft throb I Of my little ones loving heart Xor all the gold that was ever found In the busy wealthfinding past Would I stake for one smile of my da...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 January 1904

= = = h r T 1 j s THE INTE t MOUNtAIN ANDCOLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 30 1904 f 1TER1llTAIN UROU OFFICE 249 MAL i TKLEPHOVE 5C7 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY he found on day of publication ac following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street 1 LE Hammel 49 East Second South street Barrow Bros 43 W Second South I SAt lAKE I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Dean Eddie of St 2IarksEpiscopal cathedral does not look for the anival I of any new bishop until next winter I ah the house of bishops does nol meet until Octber and the newly elected missionary bishop can hardly appear here ready for work for several months afterwards 4 The bee industry in this county has almost been ruined by the smoke and t fumes arising from the smelters in and around Murray according to state ments made at the annual meeting of the Salt Lake County Horticultural society 4 The Utah mineral exhibit at the St Louis fair Mr TVhitaker says will be the finest one of its kind ever seen It will contain samples of or...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 February 1904

j I 0 < l 1 > 1 4 Iy Jl I s t 1 a Vr g1 MG 11Cv4DA 60 m 0 1M1OlO1hG J p r F i eeeoeaaosaeeeso0eeesoeooeaoaoo0aaeeeeoeaoeeeeenooeoacooooo I + oaooaoooooaeoooooo i 0 ° ooeoeoa0eoaeseo ij CiSjlJ rlih w eoopo0ppoooo00ooo0oaoeooooooeoseeoeoaeoeooaovoatut tsoe a0ataassooatraoowsaoooooeoe rw fir + oiassa aaooaoa0aooeooooo00000 < M rsskeeoe td 4U32 ataaoa 1r ococC n S r r Y Volume 5 No 19 Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER FEBRUARY 6 1904 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year I Tuum QUrSnON Of I CAJI10LIC CATrCUISM Why Did God Make Man1hc Childs An swer Mans Aspirations and Future Life < Written for The Intermountain Catholic Man endowed with reason wants a why for rv rythiug lie sees done or hears spoken Itmarks ihe lira development of reason in the child when In hr gillS to ask questions and theieasons for do irlr j < rtaiu thing5 The little word Why so c Un used hows the line of demarcation he 1 > n man and the rest of creation Back of the childs whv will ho seen the first...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 February 1904

j THE INTER OUNTAIN AND COIOR DO CATHOLIC REBRUARY 6 19Q4 f etpenses to he paid irom the Pious Fuud His wishes ns usunl Were not reslJected and death SOOIl brought its relief The first bisllOp of the CaJifornins is buried in the snnctunr of the old I mission church of Santa J3arbara which sened as his cathrdral Father Gonzales Iubio his icar gellrrnl acted IS administrator of tho diocce dur ing the Mexican war and after I + I f During this intc > rrcgnum gold was discoercd I and the fewcolonists from tho states brought her by lremonCs official descriphon of Culifornia were I soon lost in the oust SUrgo of gooldseekers from all I parts of the world Amollg these < rgonauts were many Catholics ew of them were Spanishspeak ing en beforeihem there were manr Irish col onists Don Timoteo Jurphy of San Rafael came lwre in 1529 fartill Jlurphy at 60 rears of uge like nIl old llatriarcll piloted across the continent Jlis prairie schooners and his colony of Iurphjs I and illcrs in 184 T1...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 February 1904

I f1 F I = f THfe INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 6 1904 I i I r n This is the I Sr I Cbiwcb Y tImversd1 world victory faith overcometh our which CHURCH CALENDAR I February Devotion The Holy TIo al y I Sunday Sexagesima S Homuald Ab tada 5S John J of Matha S Cuthman iMaifjr of Japan Tue = daj IS Cyril of Alexandria bd S Apol lonia yin i I Wednesday OS Scholastica v S Sotcris m S John dc Brit to Thursday 118 Gilbert of Scinpringham Ab Our Ladv of Lourdes Friday 12 Passion of Our Lord S Bennett Jjicoj > Ab Saturday JJS Kcntigern Db Glasgow Seven Smite Founders Telcsphorus p JOAN OF ABC 1 The decree l on the Heroic Virtues of Joan of Lre WitS read on the Feast of the Epiphany in the < itoral i hall of the Vatican palace in the pres Ole of the Holy Father who wa surrounded by 1 hc I members of his ourt and a number of CarS rfinals 1 and distinguished visitors to Rome In the cleoree 1 a sketch is given of the Maid of Domreuiy who is described as having emulated the cou...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 February 1904

f i ii I J t q I IH I 4 T HE INTERflOUNTAlN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 6 1904 1 i THE iTERWOUNTAIN CATHOLIC Established 1899 THE COLORADO CATHOLIC > Established 1884 Consplldated October 2 1899 4 Published Every Saturday by The Interraountain Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City ttah Telephone 567 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE J REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex press money orders drafts or registered letters I CHANGING ADDRESSES j I Subscrlb s removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give for I mer as well as present address j CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Keverend Clergy are requested to send to THE I I IXTERMOUXTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of interest to their respective parishes i Entered the Postoftlcc at Salt Lake as Second I class Matter OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT KflJtor Jniarmoustalri Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to our faver asking my approval of The Intemiominin Catholic since its es tablishme...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 February 1904

L THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 6 1904 5 l i I I Our Boys and 6irls td < = t Edited by Aunt Busy ta a VII h BABYLAND ch How many miles to Babyland id Any one can tell at Up one flight 11 To the right t Plcnsf to ring the bell t IM What can you see in Babyland Little folks in white 1 Downy heads Cradle beds S Faces pure and bright it What do they do it Babyland 7 s Dream and wake and iilay j 1 Laugh and trow Shout and grow 1 Jolly times have they e What do they say in BabylanAf t Why the oddest things Might as well e j Try to tell t What a birdie sings 1 Who is the Queen of Babylaud Mother kind and sweet And her lOVe Born above Guides the little feet OH WHAT A GRAND PLAN J Dear Nieces and Nephews Aunt Busy has had Jicr thinking cap on her funny old gray head for the past month J f trying to discover oine new t source of interest for the girls and boys who arc so dear to her She thought and thought until her funny old head was like the famous Dutchmans going roun...

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

i I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 6 1904 Ii I r Diocese Of D n r CITY OF DENVER Ladies Organize Aid Society Por Charitable Philanthropy Special Correspondence nth due eclat the new aid society lot the benefit of the HOUFC of the Good l Shepherd TARS organized last Sunday tternoon and so far everything polnth to a successful life for 1U Over 150 ladies who for years have been closely identified with charitable work in Den which is inspired ver and especially that s spired by the Catholic church assem bled in the large class room ol the main building at the corner of West Cedar j and Water streets I At the opening of the meeting it was explained that the purpose of the or ganization was to further extend the noble work of the Sisters of the Good Sn pherd whose aims are allied in the educating and care of helpless children and the rectifying along lines of prac tical philanthropy of the indiscretion of the wayward young The work of the Sistens needed really no explan...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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