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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

A 1 f 0 Q q 4 i 1 ii Ur tpA 0 1EVAOq tOIORAen rwrortl potitP o o aera e o f Q S Tor Gad d country Volume 6 No Sixth Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst Year 19 Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER FEB 4 1905 nh 1ANY PROrUfCIS Of JOAN Of ARC VRlflO Canonization of Maid of Orleans Renews interest in Her Adventur ous Life c Mark Twain in Harpers Magazine Just now as the life of Joan of Arc is being sifted in Rome a renewed interest in her marvel Jus life is attracting widespread attention Among her countrymen the devils advocates who poured forth their wrath on the Maid of Dormemy have init their Waterloo On this side of the Atlantic Ju r life us sketched by Mark Twain throws some important light on that period of French history 3fo gives the facts of her life which present a range phenomena in her istory Beginning with JUT early life he says She lived in a dull little village on the frontiers of civilization she had been nowhere and had seen J nothing she knew none but simple shepherd folk she ha...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

T A c r i Ii 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 4 ipos I i I I atet Irish Slews I r If fi Ift t Dublin L John Casey of Tubbertown Balbrig J I old gan died on Jan 1 He was 85 J years r 1 The death occurred on the 24th ult 1 I c of Mrs Maria Wall of Inchicore widow of Maurice Wall I t t Denis Kennedy of Dublin died on Dec 20 at the age of 57 cars He had been in the employ of Ganly Sons J p Co Ushers Quay for thirtysix years C and was cashier at the time of his I I I neath f f Captain Nicholas Weldon of Clontarf t J died on Dec 9 He was 69 years old r l He leaves a family He was a famous b Fenian He took James Stephens out 1 I f of Dublin after the latters escape from r 1 prison 1 I 1t I Tipperary y t I I I 1 I I Mrs Anne Kennedy of Hollyford r widow of John Kennedy died on Dec f i 28 She was 66 yean old J It is staled that the sawmills in Car 1 rickonSuir will be reopened in the J spring They are on the banks of the i Suir river are fitted wjth machinery I for every class o...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

1 J THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 4 1905 1 I eburcb Unversa r CHURCH CALENDAR Month of the Holy Family Fob 5 SundayFifth after Tipipha nYSS Paul John and James E el 1 iii 1217 G St Matt xiii 2430 jo641 for local centers I 6 Monday St Dorothy 30810 for di rectors 7 Tnopday SL Richard 104273 for promoters j 1 v VrdnesdaySt John of Matha i 11fi75 > for the departed L < > Thursday St Apollohia 3SO36 tor vfrscvorancc 1 I 30 Kuday St Scholastica 150972 for I ilu 1 oung 31 Saturday Seven Sainted ServiJes I 7fiJ4J for First Communion A LEGEND OF THE HOLY FAMILY 1 4 i > i < icM > rt way was hard and long Ill < desert way was wild A < Joseph feared lest harm should < ltlO l Mary and the Child Ji j i < f Vfl jUg shadows erdrew NM rffuge was insight tthrif should he get them food and drink i c stay them for the night I 11011 lo the dry palm where they Flood lirsl I I forth in living green w 11 branches laden down with fruit 11 i fairest ever seen A i ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

ii w 1 1g w F r i I I I 4 TttE iiNTBRMOUNTAlIH J AND v COLORADO i j CATHOLIC > FEB i t 4 1905 1 it THE INTERMOIMASN GATHOUC Established 1899 j THE COLORADO CATHOLIC I Established 1884 J Consolidated October 2 1899 1t If I f r 200 A 4 YEAR IN ADVANCE rn Published Every Saturday by the Intermountain C ri j Catholic Publishing Company 42i Atlas Block West Second South SuIt Lake City Utah Tele f phone 567 t r t r REMITTANCES 1 Remittances shopId be made by postoffice or ex 11 Ii press money orders drafts or registered letters J r rf f CHANGING ADDRESSES i L Subscribers removing from one place to another 1 and desiring papers changed should always give for f mer as well as present address J I 1J J 1 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contribu tions of interest to their respective parishes J Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second class Matter 1 J CARD FROM BISHOP SCANLAN I I I feel it my duty to protect Ca...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

I I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 4 1905 5 j OUf BoyS aUl 6Irls r i I Edited by Punt Busy This department conducted solely In the inter ests of our girl and boy readers Aunt Busy is glad to hear any time from the nieces and nephews who read this page and to give them all the advice and help in her power WrIte on one side or the paper only Do not have letters too long Original stories and b vcrses win be glazfly receIved and carefully edited I The manu > crlps of conlr contributions not accented will be returned Address all letters to Aunt Busy Inlermoul1t t Catholic Salt Lake City ln j t I 1 j q MY OLD RAG DOLL Y cs Paris dolls are lovely With hats and gojvns so fine I But I prefer Black Dinah That old rag doll of mine i Some girls want dolls from phiJ1a a r l And some like Japanese With eyes that shut and open And jointed arms and knees I had a doll with ringlets > w And waxen face v 1 most faire f But heat the wax would soften Slid was an awful care Those forei...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

< wd V TKEINTERnOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB419o5 = JIDIO s ofDtn i ELIZABETH KELLY Correspondent ii A The Intermountain and Colorado I f Catholic is plarcd on sale at the James Clarke church goods house 627 I i I Fifteenth street Denver Colo I I CITY OF DENVER 1 The Aandcrns Opening Meeting c t The llrst open meeting of the Aan l 1 i dern club for the new year was held at the home of Mrs Edward Hess No 2235 Ogden < street Wednesday eening 5 January 25 The club and Us guests f I r were delightfully entertained by Rev Edward Barry ST His lecture The 1 Spanish Friars in S Footprints of the 1 our Country delivered In his elo 1 I quent manner and beautifully chosen e diction drew a picture to be remem I Z bered of what life meant on the plains j and Arizona h of Colorado New Mexico J ff three and four centuries ago to that 1 Christ of fi unselfish enthusiastic soldier S the Franciscan Friar who voluntarily i J relinquishing aimbition 1 strove to gain to civilization a whole r...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

I THE INTERrtOUNTAltf AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 4 po5 r Ii WOmilflS Worldl GOD KNOWETH BEST Sometime when all lifes lessons have been learned And the sun and stars forevermorc have set The things which our weak judgment here had spurned The things oer which we grieve with lashes wet i VXill flash before us out of lifes dark night As stars shine most in deeper tints of blue And we shall see how all Gods plans 11 are right And how what seemed reproof was love most true fc ff > 1 And we shall see how while WQ frown and sigh 1 Gods plans go on asbest for you and me HMV when AVC called He heeded not our cry > v Because His wisdom to the end could bee v And even as prudent parents disallow Too rnuoh of sweet to crooning baby hood 4 M God perhapsMs keeping1 from > us now Lifes sweetest things because it secmeth best 4 iI i A lJd if sometimes commingled with lifes wine j We find the wormwood and rebel apd shrink Be sure a wiser head than yours or mine > Poured out the portion fo...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 February 1905

kT i = r I dATHOUC I 5 c THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 4 1905 I I nUfdOUNIAIN r ATHOm < EI ROOM 424 ATLAS BLOCK ft TELEPHONE 567 f j iNTSKMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAX t Cn be found cr day of publication at 1 Jai following news stands Fli Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second M South street I w L E llammel 49 East Second South I street 3 Barrow Bros 43 W Second South = g I d j Slt T LAK > Mi i 22 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Jl t EmRlluei 1 Kahn one of the most prom i V inent business men or bait Lake died at B at his home lu San Francisco at 3 15 l F Tuesday morning ot pneumonia About of two yeaie aso Mr Kahn began falling f ofd in health and it was thought wise for S < If him to remove to California TIVI Ic b fieemed to he recovering until lust i ot Thursday when he caught cold the i tJ trouble settling in his lungs He began II i to sink rapidly the end coming yeier 1 t day 11 f tt All Kahn was a native ol Germany tT a and had lived some years Tn Illinois tt t1 from which state...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

r < 1e J l ttq I UT upA o tPNA s ptvgoA s COLORAOp p1Y0Mly0 o + P OPO e I t biCat6 i 11 Ca o I C j Q6 0 f ° 0 1 c o l ro Pr p tri tor hod dCountry 000ooo emoomePeeoeoooc Volume 6 No 20 Sixth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER FEB n 1905 Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst Year fRANC AND TU SOC Al QUfSTION 1 I 1j j Their Hostility to the Catholic Church I Their Election Program in 1902 What They Still further I Propose either God nor Misici This is the shibbo kt h1 the socialist progimnme in a nutshell We know in France that the oeialist are the implaca 1 > > < enemies of religion VATO have no illusions vumvir on that score The declare it them M1vp besides under the pretext of obeying only ih < ir reason of showing themselves to he men of eu ere and admitting of no God For them rea son explains all and every phenomena of nature is 3 r < ufhl about hti natural cause although they Minxtt t indicate them The creation of man is not au embarrassing problem for them in fact they &l...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

L ± t j I i 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB n 1905 II I I I I I H i Jat st irish news r i The death 5s announced r he Very C Bev L Duff P P AUI J rim Counts t J Wickluw F f Sir Antony MacDonnell under score tary for Ireland hue resigned his seat on the council of India 1 On Sunday the Most HPV Dr Miller I the newly consecrated bishop of the i Tram 1 ac presented with an ad I 1 dress tj i tin people of Inchieorc where d he was stationed for several years as a a member of the Oblate community I + L The Very Rev George Me Moil D D J P P Whitehill BallimamalUn Coun I 1 ty Fermanagh has been iirepented with Ii an address by his parishioners congra B tulating him on having the degiee of I i doctor of divinly conferred Upon him 0 by one of the greatest universities in I q Rome f d + 1 1 On Sunday an important meeting un 1 0 der the auspices of the United Irish t held nt Newmarketon J League was It NCWlakctOI 1 i Fergus Amongst the speakers who addressed the enthusiastic and r...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

1 I 1 THE INTERHQUNTAmf AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB It 1905 3 11t 1 11 I 1 flburtb Riett 1 I CHURCH CALENDAR Month of the Holy Family Fob 3 2 SundaySixth after Epiphany < t Agatha St Eulalia E I Thess I i MO G SL Matt xiii 3133 136 4S for parents I 2M 13 Monday St Raymond of Pen nafort 20330S for families i I J > b 14 Tuesday St Valentine 38416 for reconciliations Fb 15 WednesdaySB Faustina and I t loita76670 for work means WL to r oh 1 16 ThursdaYSt Juliana 97503 I I r for the clergy Joo 17 FridaySt Theodore 325776 for religious J > h IS SaturdaYSt Sime nto601 l ir seminarists novices WHO SHOULD NOT MARRY The woman who bu buys for the mere JIl irasure ofbuying The woman who expects to have a food easy time The woman who thinks that cook and tiurf can keep house The woman who would die rather han wear last seasons hat Tho woman who wants to refurnish Jv house every spring The woman who expects a declaration of k > ve three times a day The woman who marries in order to 3iae...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

= = J 7 I J r 4 7t THE1TERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC I i I I filE INTtRMOUNTAIN CATIIOLIC I I Established 1899 E 1 1 1 THE COLORADO CATHOLIC I F Established 1884 p Consolidated October 2 1899 i 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE i d a Published Every Saturday by the Intermountain I 2 Catholic Publishing Company 424 Atlas Block j 3 West Second South Salt Lake City Utah Tele I phone 567 1 REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex 1 t preSs money orders drafts or registered letters t MXVW i j jsjy I tII Lr jXnru ui T ruijnuTT Lj > jTjT uuu I CHANGING ADDRESSES t Subscribers removing from one place to another i and desiring papers changed should always give for mer as well as present address 1 c 1 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED = The Rewind Clergy are requested to send to contribu THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news I tions of interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second class Matter 1 J ARD FROM BISHOP SCANLAN I feel it my duty to protect Cath...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

I I irlti 1 f iRrkOulAk14Ai CULOKAUO CAinuLiw Hntf i 11 1905 5 i oOUf iOYS ana 6irJsu Edited by Aunt Busy I This department Is conducted solely in the inter ests of our girl and boy readers Aunt Busy is glad to hear any time from the nipccs and nephews who read this page and to give them all the advice and help in her power Write on one side OL the paper only Do not have letters too lone Original torics and verses will be gla1I received and carefully edited The manuscrlps of contributions be returned not accepted will Address all letters to Aunt Busy Intermountain Catholic Salt Lake Citr a f A DREADFUL QUARREL Tho threo were next door litighbors Bobby and Bessie and Kate And a tale that is truly shocking Of them Ill now relate BCSSHI and Kate were si crs And each was a darling pet Kalu dainty a bluml was And Jtabsiu s gay brunette Bobby lived at urn house next door A frolicboinu little fellow With roguish eye of golden brown And curls so soft and yellow ITo vent to the home of tho t...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

f 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB n 1905 rt J Diocese Of DtnO I I ELIZABETH KELLY Correspondent J t A The Intermountain and Colorado I J Catholic is placed on sale at the E Tames Clarke church goods house 627 4 Fifteenth street Denver Colo CITY OF DENVER Altar and Rosary Society Special Correspondence This is considered by all the banner year of the Altar and Rosary society I of the cathedral parish Success has attended every effort the organization i has made and it Is now on such a I splendid footing that it will prove an even greater help to the priests than j t ever before Last Sunday election of J oflioers for the ensuing year took place Mis Sturm was elected president suc < C ceed Mrs John Anglum and Mrs 2 Michael Finnerty was made secretary The unanimous vote of the society was cast by the secretary to make Mrs Mi 7 r chael McGovern treasurer Her busi J ness ability and tact in managing things has made her a most desirable r Incumbent of this office in former...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

I i THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB II 1905 7 I Womans World JT Do Not Wait By A J Egerton Jf you have a word of cheer That may light the pathway dreau Of a brother pilgrim here Let him know Show him you appreciate 1 What he does and do not wait Till the heavy hknd of Fate Lays hit low Jf your heart contains a thpught That will brighter make his lot Then in mercy hide it not Tell him so Bido not till the end of all Carries him beyond recall When beside his sable pall To avow j Tour affection and acclaim To do honor to his name And to place the warmth of fame On his brow Rather speak to him today For the things you have to say May assist him on his way Tell him now Life is hard enough nt best But the love that is expressed Makes it seem a pathway blest To our feet And the troubles that we share Seem the easier to bear mile upon your neighbors care As you greet Rough and stony are our ways Dark and dreary are our days But anothers love and praise Make them sweet Wait till ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 February 1905

L ± I it j 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB n 1905 J i j N p ll HPJlI ROOM 424 ATLAS BLOCK TELEPHONE 567 J > > TSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY Ii i be found cr day of publication t following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second I j I south street 11 i L E Hammcl 4D East Second South I etrcet j Barrow Bros 43 W Second South I I J it SALT LAKE I 4 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD A Evoiy labor union in thestate is pre e 1i I paring for the dedication of the Fed I ration of Labor hall in this city t 1 which will be held on Feb 22 Fred Vey has completed the pur rl j slane of th ° Spencer Clason property a I mi the southeastern corner of State and Fiitt streets and will build a family J hotel there this year It I It1C 1 Ross Clark vice president of the t Pun Pedro Los Angeles Salt Lake It road accompanied by Mrs Clark and t Alex J Johnson cashier of W A Clark Bro bank at Butte arrived l rom SVIoutana this morning and will t proceed to Los Angeles over the rails o d the Salt Lake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 February 1905

Tyr I I I r 1 I i l iii l0 p H 0 fEVgDq OtORAop WYONJvO P NA z T AH3f f1 e I d 0 e 4 Tor God Jl1d Country r Yr Volume 6 No 21 Sixth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER FEB 18 1905 Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst Year CIVILIZATION AT TU rRSNT TE lis Meaning and Significance Interpreted According To Different Grades of Society 1 aI I Written for the Iiitcrniountain Catholic 1 Civilization is not only the watchword but the t j l a 1 of the age Its Treat progress and develop j IHl1t we arc told marked the passing of the last j ntury 1 whilst its continual growth adds to the lus i 1 icr of the twentieth century The meaning at J whd to the word civilization is vague and very different in individual minds Our dictionaries con none it to culture and refinement or the state of be 1 ing reclaimed from the barbarious and rude state of the savage life and advanced in arts and learning 1 his modern meaning differs from the original J moaning attached to the word The first use made of civilization or ci...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 February 1905

5 1Tt I Ii 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 18 1905 Ii I 1 I I I J T I Eatest lrisb fls i rt r t t I The death of Lady Xcligan wife of t Sir John Chut pijgan recorder of Cork took pi C lenny street Tra r Ice Jan 11 c Jennie Fenncll i i ci at the residence i of her aunt in Ma Kot Square Monas I f lerevan Jan 10 The funeral to Pass S tends was largely attended I S Much regrot was + felt in Clogheen S sitely when It became known that the f Rev IV Onnond C C was to be I S t S transferred to St Marys Clonmel II I S Mrs Mary McQuald of CoOtehill died t Tan 7 aged fO years deeply and wide I ly mourned The funeral to Middle t hapel was attended by great numbers > f relatives and f S He James OSullivan has after four S rears of missionary work at Goleen oeen replaced by Father Hurley C C Drimoleague Father OSullivan belongs < o the diocese of Cloyne to which he sow returns S The death of an old and respected esidont of Clonmel Mr Patrick OUeil LV Uppor Gladstone 1 street o...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 February 1905

L 1 THE INTERflOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 18 1905 3 I I j burtb Unioersal f CHURCH CALENDAR February 1 S Septuagesima Gabinius EI Cor ix H x ir i G St Matt xx 11 h 31 St John Almoner 11 St Pepin W St Margaret of Cortona Th St Peter Damian IF st Matthias 2SStTaras1us V WHEN THOU WILT CALL 4 BY KATHERiNE FRELINGER When wilt Thou call my God O hall it be when palest flowers Air opening in the sunlit bpwgrs lVlwn trtfes are vcilcdin sheerest green And in each wayside brook isLseen l Flung back in new and gladsurprise TlK image of the deep blue skies < r 1 shall it be when mornin dew 1eps all the woodside blossome blue 11111 birds awake and joyous sing And to their tasks fond promise bring A lien childrens mirth fills all the air Id i men ariseto I do and daie M 1 shall it be my God Wlwn all fair things lie cold and dead I Vhn summer skies and joys are fled nd through the forest deep and lone Th homeless winds make weary moan thn field and hill like desert vast I nvn deep befor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 February 1905

a 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 18 1905 I THE INTERMOITOM CATHOLIC I Established 1899 THE COLORADO CATHOLIC I Established 1884 Consolidated October 2 1899 4 fti 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE i Published Every Saturday by tIle Intermountain D Oatholic Publishing Company 431 Atlas Block e West Second South Salt Lake City Utah Tele i phone 567 REMITTANCES 4 Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex I press money orders drafts or registered letters j CHANGING ADDRESSES l Subscribers removing from one place to another J and desiring papers changed should always give for t mer as well as present 2ddre I i CORRESPONDENCE j SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to 1 i THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contribu I tions of interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second i I class Matter c CARD FROM BISHOP SCANLAN I feel it lily duty to protect Catholics and the pub ic generally from fraud and imposition by notifying them from tim...

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