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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 February 1905

i THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOUC FEB 18 1905 5 Onf Boys ana 6irl s I r Edited by Runt Busy i v 1 This department is conducted solely in the inter csts of our girl and boy readers Aunt Busy is glad to hear any time from the nieces and nephews who read this lagc and to give them all the advice and help in n her power Write on one side ot the paper only Do not have letters too long Original stories and verses will be I and carefully edited gladly received The malluscrJps of contributions not be returned not accepted will I Address all letters to Aunt Busy Catholic Salt Lake CIur Intermountain I l rJ Somebody did = t r a golden deed Somebody proved a friend in need Somebody sang Ii beautiful Somebody song smiled the whole dav a v long Somebody thought Tis sweet to live bomcbody said Im glad to give r k Somebody fought a valiant fight Somebody lived lo shield the right Yas that somebody you t Selected FUNNY OLD WOMAN There Waq an old woman And what do > ou think She lived upon...

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. — 18 February 1905

T f j I 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COT ORADO CATHOLIC FEB 18 IQO5 Diocese Of D n r ELIZABETH KELLY Correspondent A The Intenrountain and Colorado Catholic is placed on sale at the James Clarke church goods house 627 Fifteenth street Denver Colo Ij I Fund For Famine Sufferers The fund for the relief of the fam ine stricken peasants of Ireland has now almost reached the 54000 mark A mass meeting was held Sunday to perfect arrangements for the sending I of the money to relieve the distress The following report wts read The committee of scien appointee to canvass the project of sending a shipload of potatoes to the famine stricken districts in Ireland nas given thr matter its earnest consideration 111 and desires to submit the following recommendations First that the proposition to trans port the potatoes to Ireland is imprac t ticable for the reasons hnt the risk I of injury to the tubers in transit is ci too great and that there is no guar antee that the tubers even if shipped k without ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 February 1905

1 I > M wwxf J vaiK jvjir 7f nH r t ii THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 18 1905 7 J ij Womans World AFTERMATH In the late eunshine of the lingering fall lIlt lonesome crow pounds forth an eerie call I Fiom nest and bough the birds away I have flown The woods lament deserted of their own The in ook sings merrily 1 the crimson leaves Uiuji loosely down the farmer binds his sheaves c l barn and bin are full and full the byre dd ruddily flames out the sunsets fire I lie Summers work is done she folds her hands Ai 101 wide surveys her reaped and lev I i lands = < L S eet < richtask the tender Autumn hall tv vtdvci a coverlet of aftermath upland meads lowland and pas tures lie li latest green beneath the brooding sky The > lifting hearts to Him tho guards our ways We juay and every prayer we end with praise praiseLRGARET MARGARET E SANGSTER AN OLD ACCUSATION < NVv York Freemans Journal History repeats itself This is j a trite saMiis but a true one and one which h...

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. — 18 February 1905

1 tI i i INTERflOUNTAlN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 181905 j t ITERM9IIIAI O AUK t ROOM 424 ATLAS BLOCK J S TELEPHONE 567 INTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY 1 j be found en day or publication at S 1 following news stands 1 Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second S South street S L E Hammel 49 East Second South street S Barrow Bros 43 W Second South SALT lAKE CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD > George J Gould is out on nnoilor S trip of inspection over his western properties He is scheduled tj meet S his consulting enginee1 Virgil G S JJogue in Salt Lako next moiuli anti S with rim so oer a portion of ihf route of tile Western Pacific > Lwi jct and San Francisco From here lie will go to San Francisco and in spect the Western Pacific plans at that end of the route + j Vice President T E Gibbon and Chief S I JSngineer Tilton of the Salt Lake route i < it Los Angeles Tuesday morning on an inspection trip over the line as I far as Las Vegas or possibly Cuhenle S vhere they wisl be met byA ttorney C O Whitte...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 February 1905

t r f 1 t < t 1 j Urq 1 pq H 0 1EVgOq COLORADO WYON1yG Od1P NA I I o c a er or e o ome ro Qo ro For ioa + 6Sd Country oooooeooooeomead Iw < iLCCO = d C Volume 6 No 21 Sixth Year ANIT FEB Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER 18 1905 CIVILIZATION AT THE PRESENT TIME Its Tendency Toward Material Prosperity j and Intellectual Development Founded 1 J 1 on Selfishness 1 4 i I Civilization as it is generally understood is the I < Hi < iiiig line between cultured or educated people iud the savage state In its applicatidn it has a ihreo fold significance 1 Material civilization vhich applies to prosperity in trade commerce and imlutry wealth power and all that contributes to luiild the material edifice and secure the good things nt this world 2 Intellectual civilization which Like in a knowledge of the sciences fine arts in Dative genius and refinements of character 3 floral civilization which includes the supernatural joints out mans destiny and offers th...

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. — 25 February 1905

c = y = = I I II It I t r I j 2 THE 1NTERMOUNTA1N AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 25 1905 Jt I I i i jiiatest Trisfe news r ALL AROUND IRELAND The remains of James Tynan an old inhabitant of Borrisokane Jan 18 were laid in their last resting place The deceased had seen his 100th birth day several months ago + The death of Mr John Dorr Mantun < occurred at the extraordinary age of 96 years deeply regretted + Meath Miss Mary Dunne of John > street Kells died Jan 18 aged 23 years deeply regretted Great num bers attended the interment in Dulane Mrs OKeeffe Allen street Cappo t quin died Jan 14 at the the extraordin f ary age of 90 years deeply regretted by her relatives and friends The funeral to Green Affane was numerously at tended r t Louth Mr Owen OGorman of Lin onhaJl street Dundalk and formerly of Bohernamore Ard e died Jan 16 i r deeply regretted Funeral to Louth j c cemetery numerously attended I < Mr James Reilly Oristown died I Jan 12 deeply regretted An Office and High Mas...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 February 1905

I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADQ CATHOUC FEB 25 1905 3 I = II ii r I burb < uinersai < i L I CHURCH CALENDAR I Sex csima Sunday ioM Jld 1 St Luke viii 415 The Parab I Mimlav Feb 6St Alexander Pa C i day Feb 27SL Leander B C Tuesday Feb SSL Homanus Ab I J V rdnesday March lSt David B C I Punsday March 2St Simpliclus T < Friday March 3St Cunegundis j I mr v saturdaY I March 4St Casamir C MY BEADS I BY FATHER RYAN j blessed beads I would not part J j n one of you for richest gem r1 i it gleams in kingly diadem J j now the history of my heart F hne told you every grief i II i 11 1 the days of twenty years I have moistened you with tears M I your decades found relief unitf I has lied and friends have j tailed nj joys have died but in my needs I weic my friends my blessed licdds I I I < i e consoled me when 1 walled 3 i d many and many a time in grief I i i y weary fingers wandered round I hv circled chain and always found JI i some Hail Mary sweet relief I 11 i many a story...

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. — 25 February 1905

r TrtE INTE MOlNr IN AIMH COI OPADO CATHOLIC FEB 251905 TilE 1NTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC Established 1899 J THE COLORADO CATHOLIC Established 1884 1 j r < t 1 Consolidated October 2 J899 1 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Published Every Saturday by tho Intermountain j Catholic Publishing Company 421 Atlas Block I West Second South Salt Lake City Utah Tele 1 phone 567 I r j REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postoffice or express I press money orders drafts or registered letters S CHANGING ADDRESSES Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give for I mer as well as present address I Ii i t CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED r The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to I THE NTEftMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contribu tions of interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second I class Matter i CARD FROM BISHOP SCANLAN t I feel it my duty to protect Catholics and the pub lic generally from fraud and imposition by notifying...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 February 1905

r j THEINTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 25 1905 u 5 04 OUf Boys and Girls 4 + Edited by Aunt Busy 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 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 Ions Original stories and verses will be gladly received and carefully edited The manuscripa or contributions not accepted will be returned Address 411 letters to Aunt Busy Intermountain 1 Catholic Salt Lake City I CHILDREN nat the leaves arc to the forest With light and airand food Ere their sweet and tender juices j Have befill hardened into wood I That to the world are children Through them it feels the glow Of a brighter and sunnier climate That reaches the trunks below Come to me 0 ye children And whisper in my car What the birds and winds are singing In your sunny atmosphere For what are all our conce...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 February 1905

T r is i 6 j THE INTERflOUNTAJN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 25 1905 I Ii I icese Of iener i I j r I J ELIZABETH KELLY Correspondent A The Intelmountain and Colorado Catholic is placed on sale at the I I t James Clarke church goods house 627 t I Fifteenth street Denver Colo I 1 The Queens Daughters Entertain I I To raise funds to furnish a room In the Mercy sanitarium for the use of ttH Queens Daughters in case of HIness the association entertained its friends at cards last 1 flelds lat Tuesday evening in the Womans Club building The ballroom and reception hal were en gaged for the evening and after the prizes had been awarded dancing was Indulged in For weeks the Queens Daughters have planned their party and to the veriest detail it Rnd te detai was car ried out as arranged The two large rooms were decorated appropriate to the occasion St Valentines day in ri hearts Long strings of the hearts I were suspended across the ceiling from corner to corner and there was 1 quantity of greener...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 February 1905

I J THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEB 25 1905 7 Ii I f = L9rnk s World L COMPENSATION t sit alon with my heart tonight Where the gloom is dark and deep Aro1 i the portals the shadows fall And here with my grief I weep But over my suL hearts darkness Steals a radiance rich and rare For long ago when a child at play I hid a sunbeam there The harp is silent the chords are dead Whose music was all too fleet And I listen in vain for the silver strain f That made my life complete But long ago when a carefree child AVith no thought of sadder things I notled a song bird to my breast And there it sings and sings The garlands are faded and old and lea r And the laurels that came with the years Have gone with the reams and the I perished hopes I buried them all with tears but out in the garden of my soul Tho roses bloom so fair For long ago when a little child 1 planted a rose tree there Muriel Strode THE GIRL WHO STOPS AT HOME Often the fate of stopping at home falls on the most dom...

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. — 25 February 1905

A = = < 0 c < < A c F 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC hfcB 25 1905 lNURMOUNIAIN UIHOU ROOM 424 ATLAS BLOCK TELEPHONE 367 I INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found en day of publication at I following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street r L E Hammel 49 East Second South I i street j f I Barrow Bros 43 W Second South J SAt LAKE I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD I Among the candidates for degrees at I Yale are the following from Utah J I Keith Smith B A Manila Utah de f gree of master of arts William Dean I Etnbree B A Yale university 1902 I Begree of B L 0 t i = ce York Feb 21The annual con f vention of the American Newspaper i 1 f Publishers association comprising rep I resentatives from nearly every impor tant paper in the United States began I I t a three days session at the Waldorf I AStoria this morning Mr H G Whit ney of the Deseret News and Mr Jo I 4 soph Lippman of the Tribune were the I Bait Lakers present Tomorrow the entire convention will be ente...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 March 1905

I 1 r 1 w j i ANA YIYOMJti U rgNx l pRMO iE y ADS s QLORADp e < I t > > t L ee70e 4ItL4JU l o o ro atria r r JI C tt o c e or 1 e Cat o c owe I I I LAKE CITY AND DENVER MARCH 4 1905 Volume 6 No 22 Sixth Year SALT CiVILIZATION Of TII MIDOtt AS What the Catholic Church Did for Suffering Humanity Condemned Slavery Traffic Written for The Intermountain Catholic hi treating of modern civilization as confined lo material progress and greatness or intellectual superiority we can only boasthat it approaches but does not surpass that of pagan nations of an uquity In proportion as it excludes the super jiatnral or Christian influence t so does it descend in ihe scale of liberty equality and fraternity which arc the basis of the civilization introduced In our Lord This is opposed alike to slavery and license it makes all equally ameuablo before the law and substitutes love for selfishness In carry jug out this law we have true refinement and real progress in civilization without it ou...

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 March 1905

II I I r t i ill I I NE INTERMOUNfAIN Aixin COLORADO r CATHOLIC HARCH 4 1905 444 I I i Jat st t Irish news r I I t Antrim From the Pilot At the first meeting oC the new city council of Belfast for high sheriff the t name of Dr ONeill was placed first i I Councilor Coates Second and Alder man Dr OConnell third I I 1 The Belfast linen trade shows a fair I progress for the present season The r American market is strong and prom I 4 ises a bright future for the spring Co I r It lonial article is stady especially as re t gards Canada but Australia is not doing quite as much as expected South f J II I own American markets are holding their i Cavan John Cochrane of Millmount Baille I I boro died on JPS 23 He was 66 years I old t Hugh Leonard has been elected chair t I man of the urban council of Belturbet < succeeding Peter Fltgerald J P Pat I I i rich Reilly was chosen vice chairman 1 i i f 1 David A Webster Carlow chairman and It I r I Thomas Murphy vice chairman ot the j elected urba...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 March 1905

I J THE INTERJVIOUNTAIN COLORADO CATHOLIC MAl CH 4 1905 l = = = 1 I f EbUrtb ni f f 1i J CHURCfi CALENDAR The General Intention fteCommellde by his Holiness Pius X ° THE SPIRIT OF PRAYER E Sanaay Quinquagesima E I Cor xiii 113 G St Luke xviii 3134 ct Adrian 49710 6 Monday SU Colette 7 Tuesday St Thomas Aquinas 5 Wednesday Ash Wednesday St John of God r i Thurs aySt Frances of Rome I ID viday Crown of Thorns The Forty Martyrs of St Sebaste ll saturdaySt Eulogius IN THE SANCTUARY pr i = waiting ever waiting Through the brightness of the day fill ough the sound of many footsteps u And the clamor l > f the way puiii the first glad hours of morning To the solemn hush of noon Ihtough the bleakness of December And the sultriness of June tic is waiting he Is waiting Through the stillness of the night rifi the moon rides high in heaven id the silent stars are bright tVhere the pale lamp burns forever Like H guide to weary feet find the very silence murmurs Wanderer pause the rest is sweet...

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. — 4 March 1905

TH I I I 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 4 1905 1 liE INURMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC iI Established 1899 THE COLORADO CATHOLIC i Established 4884 i Consolidated October 2 1899 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Published Every Saturday by the Intermountain Catholic Publishing Company 424 Atlas Block West Second South Salt Lake City Utah Tele phone 567 REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postofficc or ex press money orders drafts or registered letters < > wvj i njnrvxrvnjrwr jxJTjv CHANGING ADDRESSES Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give for I mer as well as present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to J THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contribu tions of interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second class Matter CARD FROM BISHOP SCANLAN I I feel it my duty to protect Catholics and the pub lic generally from fraud and imposition by notifying them...

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

T I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC HARCA 4 1905 5 t Our BoyS and irIs I Edited by Aunt Busy This department is conducted solely In the inter ests of our girl and boy readers Aunt Busy is glad to hear time any 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 01 the paner only Do not have letters too long Original stories and verses will be gladly Deceived und carefully edited The manuscrips of contributions not accepted Will be leturnod Address all letters to Aunt Busy Intermountain i Catholic Salt Lake City A j I 4 11 1 I I THE MISSES AT SCHOOL Theie was once a school Where the mistress Mihs Rule Taught a umber of nifcs > frs that vtoecl > her fj5 Chief was the lass it the head of the class i Md 01111 Miss 3 oung Demeanor was next her I Poor little Miss Hap I Skilled the ink in her lap V idMis Foi l nne fell under the table Iiss Conduct they all Jid a iMJss Cream ctUi Bui iMibo Take declared this wa...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 March 1905

= iL z = 4 1 1 h 1 H I i 11 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 4 1905 r I I f Ooces Of Denuer r ELIZABETH KELLY Correspondent II I A The Intermountain and Colorado t Catholic is placed on sale at the I I James Clarke church goods house 627 i Fifteenth street Denver Colo V DENVER I I Sacred Heart j College In the opinion of critics the play given by the Sacred Heart College Dra i matic club last Sunday evening at the Broadway theatre was the best per 4 formance ever attempted by an ama I I I teur organiation The audience which I was a large one listened with rapt t attention and took unusual interest in J the play The work of three or four I of the leading characters was con I i I sidered by all to compare very favor t ably with that of professionals l The play The Signet of the King admits of several leading roles The I t character sketches particularly were f enthusiastically received Martin D i i Currigan splendidly impersonated the I crafty Jew and his work in this p...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 March 1905

r = THE INTERnOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 4 1905 7 Ji i I r I J Womans World I PEOPLE THE WORLD NEEDS The Women Women who are gentle courteous and kind IvjpdWomen Women who have not lost the ancient art of loving Women in whom the maternal in stinct is not dried up I Women who believe they have a high er destiny than a life of idleness and itrxury Women who consider It beneath their dismty to either drink or smoke I Women who will never speak unchar itably d the lessjCortunate of their sex The Men Men who put character above wealth Men who will not lose their individu ality in a crowd Men who will be as holiest in small things as in great things Men whose ambitions are not con fined to their own selfish desires Men who are true to their friends through gocd report and evil report in adwniy as well iirprosperitj Men who do not believe that shrewd nojs sharpness cunning and long litad TACT AND POPULARITY Tact is a birth gift from the fairies The woman who has it is happy all 1...

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

1 J f < 8 TTIR mhnRirinrTixTAiN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 4 1005 n INUUMOUNTAIN IN ATHOll ROOM 424 ATLAS 13LOCK TELEPHONE 567 NTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found en day of publication as I following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South street Barrow Bros 43 W Second South SALT lAKE CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD John J Daly who has returned from n trip to Hot Springs Ark says that the sulphur springs in north Salt Lake are superior to the Arkansas waters and does not see why Utah people should want to make that long trip S when the same results may be obtained it home Moreover there are no plunges or big swimming pools at tl3 Arkansas resort so that patients have I to put up with tubs Mrs John Roisterer of 503 Fisher St S Jvalamuzoo Mich would like to learn S the whereabouts of Mrs Kate M Eul lins formerly known as Kate Caffery daughter of John Caffery and sister to James Caffery who once lived at Mar shall Mich The lady is wanted in c...

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