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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 March 1905

r I J + t 4 Y 1ft J IP t t j 1 11 ft 0 J t L1a of I J t fiv > il tf IJ UTA NE A A COLORAQq WYON1yG pttA i H 4 iV l fI ti It tb tits oooeoa e + k o c er or e o ome ° 0 O B ° 0 9 d Tor God a gd Country tJ jjLij 1 i t H 1r 1 1F Volume 6 No 23 Sixth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER MARCH n 1905 > < Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst Year J ABSURD CLAIMS Of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Is I Neither Christian Nor Scientific But Abounds In Denials of the Teachings of Christ I r 1 tier also is only n phenomenon of mortal i iiilv nothingness Petitioning a personal L ti is a misapprehension of the source of all good J I Iicdnesfc If we pray to God as a person M will prevent 115 letting go the human doubts j irs that attend all personalities The high c oral of prayer is demonstration Such prayer I is sickness A lower form of prayer is state j t at Statement is allowed petition is not for we i r arc one with God have no need to petition him magma left us a prayer of petition Mrs Eddy makes In 1 Id as to...

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. — 11 March 1905

p 1i I 2 iHE INTEKHOUfNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH u 1905 I r = e I I Ltest I Irish news 11 I IRISH NEWS I From Irish World and Pilot Cavan i Mrs Mary Clake wife of John j Clarke of Doon Ballieborough died on Jan 27 She was the mother of Rev I Patrick Clarke pastor of Kilmore I Crossdoney She was 82 years old A meeting of the members of the Kingscourt branch of the U I L was held lately in St Marys hall The committee present were A OReilly chairman P Cnrolan J McCabe J Kearney P ORsilly P Hanratty P Cluskey T Connolly P Birdy Others present P Traynor M Skelly P Brady J Cluskey McKenmi J Mc Kenna J Campaigne E McMahon T Donnell R Torke J McMahon Traynor 3L Brady Jt rady etc The announcement of the death of Mr P P Lee which took place at I Bridge street Cavan on Jan 4 was received with general regret The re mains of the deceabed who was a na I tive of Lavey parish were conveyed to the oathdral Cavan and aftr requiem I mass the funeral left at 2 p m for the family burial place at ...

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

I i HE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH II 1905 3 f I r Owrcb Universal 0 I Church Calendar I I 1 Sunday first of LentE II Cor M 11 1 < t G SL Matt iv 112 st Greg I on ihf Great onJ J Monday St Euohrasia 14 I Tuesday St Mathilda 14r 1 Wednesday Ember day J it i Thursday St Abraham I 1 Friday Lance and NaJLs 1 tfatuiday Ember daYSt Ga ll J J 1 1 A SILENT SERMON r I jn a Catholic Church Everything That Greets the Eye is Preaching I The Scriptural Message 1 I f From the Sacred Heart Review I I The prodigious use constantly made I J 0 Holy Scripture by the Catholic I 1 h i II 1 is a salient fact whIch in its uin = fv persons comprehend even t in in those within her fold Itis like II i jvt landscape which lies before us j s beauty day t > y day yet ever un j J j s now beauties from an apparently i i M nihfless store It wer vain to at I i hIt i in one Lriof article a complete 4 aval of this fascinating subject ii < liurohs use of and revercnt love j I i IIP Inspired Word...

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

r 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC HARCH H 1905 1 t I TilE INTERMODNTAiN CATHOLIC Established 1899 l Ii THE COLORADO CATHOLIC 1 1 I Established 1884 i Consolidated October 2 1899 I s I i I 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE t I Published Every Saturday by the Intermountaiu k t Catholic Publishing Company 424 Atlas Block West Second South Salt Lake City Utah Tele f I phone 567 f I REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by postofficc or ex press money orders drafts or registered letters I I r CHANGING ADDRESSES 1 I Subscribers removing from one place to another t and desiring papers changed should always give for t I mer as well as present address 1 1 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to I THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contribu tions of interest to their respective parishes Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second class Matter I CARD FROM BISHOP SCANLAN I F I feel it my duty to protect Catholics and the pub I t f lic generally from fraud and impo...

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

I U i 1INTERMOUIS rAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 111905 5 our Bo s and 6irisu Edited by Aunt Busy t r ww 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 1 Write on one side or the paper only Do not have letters too lone Original stories and verses will be gladly received and carefully edited The manuscrips of contributions not accepted will be returned Address all letters to Aunt Busy Intermountain taJiohc Salt Lake City I = t i BE A GOOD BOY GOOD BYE How oft in my dreams I go back to the day When I stood at our old wooden gate And started to school in full battle array Well armed with a primer and slate And as the latch fell I thought myself free And gloried I fear on the sly Till I heard a kind voice that whispered to me Be a good buy Good bye Kc a god boy Good bye It seems ° They have followed me all these year...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 March 1905

r I I j 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC = fiARCH II 1905 = I J DIOe S Of D n n ELIZABETH KELLY correspondent A The Intermountain and Colorado I I Catholic is placed on sale at the Tames Clarke church goods house 627 Fifteenth street Denver Colo I DENVER I Pupils Entertain The annual recital and musicale by the pupils of the Immaculate Concep Jon school took place within the past i ieek 1 On both occasions Bishop Matz tad several priests were present as well as the individual friends and rela ares of participants in the programme The elocution recItal embraced several little playlets among which The La fieis of Athens given by the older Sirls was ebpecialy well given The Trial Scene a clever play prepared for the occasion was given by the boys among whom the work of Wil liam Thompson Thomas Neary and Joseph Ryan stood out preeminently The Bridge of Mukets a pantomime and recitation was very pleasint Those taking part were Josie Cor E ridon Loretto Ferguson Little Miss t Rya...

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

p THE INTERHOUNTA1N AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH II 1905 7 I = I I Woman World i PEACE 1 And what of the hours when hand and foot Vc arc bound and laid aside With the fevered vein and the throb bing alin And the world at its low ebbtide And what of our day of the broken heart I When all that our eyes can see Js the vacant space where the vanished face I L Of our darling used to be f 1 Then waiting and watching and al most spent Comes peace from the Lords own hand In his blessed will it ive rest content Though we cannot understand And we gather anew our courage and hope For the road so rough to climb With the trial and perils we well may cope One single step at a time The Silver Cross THE BUSINESS WOMAN The business woman is becoming more and more recognized and import ant member of society so important ftdeed that pages and pages are writ ten full of advice as to her behavior her duties her health and her diet all of which are no doubt of great as tiistanco at the start although a wo...

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

t I 1 N 8 THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH II 1905 I f INHRMOUNI4IN AIHOll r ROOM 424 ATLAS BLOCK TELEPHONE 567 u > r ror < J J < xr Xr c rLrx J f iNTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY j be found en day or publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South street Barrow Bros 43 TV Second South SAt lAKE I I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Herman Hill has bought the W A I Nelden Drug company property for merly belonging to Cunnlngton Co 4SBO South Main street 36x244 feet for I 60000 The same property was bought a year ago for SoOOOO I There will be a civil service examina tion in this city March 29 for the position of scientific assistant depart ment of agriculture at 1200 per year in the bureau of plant industry also for the position of cement expert in the reclamation service geological survey I with salaries of 1500 and 2400 per annum I The following officers were chosen at the annual election of The Press club yester...

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

t I J S I 1 I U q t0 a rt o NEYAtrq COIORAOO rWYOHt o no SP eta i w i ei1rJ J ° at o iI c > paplZrf rtb one S 41 1 4t C ro czo 1 tria for6oddCountry j 0 tI r c = Volume 6 No 24 < Sixth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND Year DENVER MARCH 18 1905 Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst ST PATRICK TU APOSTLf Of RAND An Epitome of His Successful laborsThe Shamrock a Sacred Emblem His Fol lowers Faithful to their Mission Written for the Intermountain Catholic Wherever there flows a drop of Celtic blood the lHst of the Holy Apostle of Erin is sure to awaken < wh succeeding year a responsive chord of sym jutjiy and veneration Among the apostles of the nJtions < if we except the original twelve none has 1J ft f i so profound a personal impress upou his word mud none is hailed with so much gratitude over so v ids an expanse of earth as Patrick the Apostle < f Ireland While the land of his birth is still a matter of dispute and we know only the great outlines of Ins mission yet his personality sta...

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

1L r I p 2 tiE 1NTERJVLOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC flARCH 18 1905 Ir = Ti Ltest i Irish Hews f IRISH NEWS Antrim From the Pilot On the 8th ult in the bishops palace Belfast Dr Henry bishop of Down and Connor assisted by two priests united in marriage William OHare and Theresa A Paul third daughter of t Charles Paul of Clifton Park Belfast I Rev Andrew lacauley of Belfast died on Feb 15 He was born in that city in 1842 and was a son of the late Peter Macauley builder He and Car dinal Logue were fellow students in the Irish college Paris In 1865 he was or dained by the late Bishop PatrickDen vii in St Malachys church Belfast His first curacy was in St Patricks I parish under the care of Bishop COi I i nelius Denvn He was afterward pro j moted to the administration of St I f Peters parish He was an eminent ISn j I guist being well versed in eleven languages I I I guages In 1J > S2 lie was promoted to I the important parish of Aughagallon w nero ne labortd for upward of seven teen ...

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

THE 1NTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC HARCH 18 S 1905 3 w i i I L l E lurcft Unfoersal j I Devotion i toSt Joseph J5y John Maryson in Rosary 1 raga lnc The Maph winds < blow the pearly clotfdlels ay Ti oop oer the bluethe meadows haste to grow JArid nil the greentouched woodlands fcccm to know Tis Josephs Day The quiet fileds a misty incense pay And I earliest blooms send fragrance on the wind I dearest Saint what 10 offring can we r a > find For Josephs Day Naught = can we brin bring of pomp or proud display lAnd thou 0 Father wast as poor as we A loving heart and glad simplicity For Josephs Day i rid all ihe plaguing hosts of Care away And beas trustful calm and blythe as he a aught canst thou ask that hell not give to thee on Josephs Day nd when the sunshine spends its latest ray And nights unnumbered starry lights a iI ar Jhoult say a happy time of all the year This Josephs O Day CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday 19 Second of Lent St Jo soph Monday 208t Cyril Tuesday lSL Benedict W...

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

2 r t i r = J THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 18 1905 J TltE INftRMOUNTAIN tAIUOLIC I I Established 1899 I I t I THE COLORADO CATHOLIC Ii Established 1884 i Consolidated October 2 1899 I l 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE t j Published Every Saturday by the Interrnountain I I Oatholic Publishing Company 424 Atlas Block t West Second South Salt Lake City Utah Tele i phone 567 i j REMITTANCES Remittances should bemade by postofficc or ex t press money orders drafts or registered letters i CHANGING ADDRESSES Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give for mer as well as present address 0 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to 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 feel it my duty to protect Catholics and the pub i lic generally from fraud and imposition by notifying t...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 March 1905

THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH iS 1905 5 i a 1l l 1 0 OUf BoyS and 6ids I Edited by Aunt Busy I O HS KX f I lr > r VWj > jj nj < VVV > f < 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 of the paper only Do not have letters too lone Original stories and verses will be gladly received and carefully edited The manuscrips of contributions not accepted will be returned Address all letters to Aunt Busy Intermountain Catholic Salt Lake City I J AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY pear Nieces and Nephews Aunt Busy has I nothing tos ya this wok only to tell her troubles She has la grippe and is sitting at her desk with a camphor bottle in one hand and a bottle of cough rnp in the other Her funny old nose is as red as a tomato and in general she is a Queer looking old woman so she will not ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 March 1905

7 i I o S THE IN ERnOUNTAINAND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH IS 1905 Diocese of Betwr I ELIZABETH T TY Corresponden A The Inc 101 iin and Colorado Catholic is r i c i on sale at the James Clarke i 1 i h goods house 627 fifteenth street D mer Cob 1 DENVER COLO The Aandeni club had Its second open meeting of the season last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Leonard Second and Sherman avenues Each club member brought a guest and an Interesting programme was presented The evening was spent in a discussion of Irish Days and Irish Ways and one of the speakers was Dr Robert A Oarnine presiding elder of the Metb diRt church His knowledge of Ire land and her customs is farreaching aid his manlIer of relating various in cidents was very entertaining Jlr and Mrs George Dostal are re joicing over the arrival of a baby daughter born March 10 The funeral of John Thiesen took place from St Elizabeths church Sun day afternoon at 2 oclock A large number of friends attended the church services and many a...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 March 1905

U THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 18 1905 LJP0at00M HOMELY COUNSEL It isnt worth while to frel dear To walk as behind a hearse Ko matter how vi Xing things may be They easily might be worse And the time you spend complaining And groaning about the load Would better be given to going on And pressing along the road j I J ve trodden the hill myself dear Tis the tripping tongue can preach But though silence is sometimes gol den child As oft there is grace in speech Arid I ee from my higher level Tis less the path than the pace That wearies the back and dims the e p And writes the lines on the face There are vexing cares enough dear And to spare when all is told I And love must I mourn its losses And the cheeks soft bloom grow old Hut the spell of the craven spirit Turns blessing into curse While the bold heart meets the trouble That easily mIght be worse Po smile at each disaster That will presently pass away And believe a bright tomorrow Will follow the dark today Thres n...

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 March 1905

L ii t 8 THE 1NTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC HARCH 18 > 1905 iITEkMoL1ITA1rg AUK I ROOM 424 ATLAS BLOCK TELEPHONE E6T iMT RMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found ci day t > f publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South I street Barrow Bros 43 W Second South i SAt lAKE CATHEDRAL NOTES Benedirtion of ihe Blessed Sacrament is given every Wednesday night and Mallows of the doss on Friday dining 1ent I j The member of the League of the Crow met last Sunday afternoon fvhcs will be neld at the stale pen I itentiary on Sunday 1 Miss Harris of the Cathedral choir J wwjiod a cat success at the Giand theatre last Sunday night at the Held band conceit Miss Harris ih i a pupil of Mr J K SnSJivan She has a line liyio aopran voice that has been well trained i CONCERT NOTES The final ichsarsal will be held at the Theatre Saturday inoiiiing at > I oclock sharp 1 f TJic little ones from St Anns will slfrc one very pretty mnnb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 March 1905

I t y h If I a a i i tPNA U rq H 4 1DAN0 e EVAD A to LORA 00 w YONl 10 fed r p 0 C WO t 0 Tor Ciod a i7d Country 0 It C C J Volume 6 No 25 Sixth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER MARCH 25 1905 Colorado Catholic TwentyFirst Year ru ESIDENT AND THE SONS Of ST PATRICK The Nations Chief Executive Honors the Sons of Erin on the feast of Their Patron Saint President Roosevelt the I was guest of honor on the 1 night of St Patricks day I at the one hundred j nd onlyfirst dinner of the Friendly Sons of St f4 I at rick lie was roundly cheered hy more than GOO i < inl ers of the soci6ty and its guests lie made a cerlt before the society closing a day full of 1 Minidly greetings during which he gave his niece ray ill marriage The banquet was given in tho t Men dining hall at Delmonicos The society > Ic obliged to refuse more than 2000 applications r tickets t The main banquet hall and tho annex > rre 1 beautifully decorated with festoons of the I Mars and Stripes in i which was woven effe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 March 1905

I li = t f 2 THE INTERMOUNTAiN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC IIAKCH 25 I9 ° 5 t wV t I wVI I i Latest Trisl news r II I A Bunch of Shamrocks 1 By J J K in Rosary Magazine I t Theyre only a bunch of shamrocks From a land beyond the sea j Enclosed in simple wrapping Yet theyre all the world to me I Their leaves are seared and withered f The Yc lost their emerald hue 1 But I love them dear Alahna Because they come from you t Yes love them all Alanna I For they bring me back again i To the land of happy boyhood I I The land Id still be in I r I Had the tyrant hand of England Reached not ooi the sea I j Bringing sorrow to the homestead j Thats dear to you and me I But why those tears of sorrow 1 Come sunshine on the scene Play down upon these shamrocks And turn their ear to green Ah now dear little emblems You throb with life anew Sunshine beams upon you Youre wet with tearful dew On shamrocks how I love you God alone can ever tell L I I Alone he sees my teardrops The heart from which they well ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 March 1905

I a I I Ii THE 1NTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC HARCH 25 1905 3 i j i ii I I lot flbqrtb tinwrsal l I ST JOSEPH Jn Aph iiK38tthonored Mint of all With wailfli of heavenly blessing mlpd 1 11 L first worship at Ute stall When adoringly was stilled j 1 M ph the perfect man and just Ill I ruler of the living word j ii I < ini del of a holy trust iueh selfish craving never stirred I Trim infant Suv our loved thee much j nI 1 all his secrets with thee shared M Id i iliou his guardian true as such Y nli tender feeling for him sared i ix urrtuincd that thou shouldst be I I HP nursing father of the Lord n < ad of that dear family i Inch lived on pious sweet accord i Vi l tlmu wort all vast marked for tlioe I fiHle loving spouse and guide I ifnfflh Jn Jesus need and he ifd strong in wisdom by thy side I I 1 thou our friend in life and death nii advocate our cause that we dy 1 viold in peace our latest breath jt 1 Jesus alary and to1 thee fl1et1 in StAnthonys Messen gr II li CHURCH CA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 March 1905

flWlr r t i I 4 INTERnOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC MARCH 25 1905 J I ii INTRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC j Established 1899 i e THE COLORADO CATHOLIC I Established 1884 i Consolidated October 2 1899 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Published Every Saturday by the Intermountain 4 Catholic Publishing Company 424 Atlas Block WestSecond South Salt Lake City Utah Tele phone oG7 4 REMITTANCES 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 tnd desiring papers changed should always give for ner as well as present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to 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 feel it my duty to protect Catholics and the pub lic generally from fraud and imposition by notifying hem from time to time that no pe...

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