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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

U I 1 I THE INTERYlOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 102 7 I Cd1MLii Dfrectoy of the n kitermOutahi Stdtes0 DIOCESE OF DENVER Dioccesls DenverienslsO YicariateApostollcs In Established a 1S6S Erected i a Diocese in ISSi Com prIes the State of Colorado Square mills < CM5 Right Reverend Nicholas Chrysostom Matz D D Bishop of Demfr consecrated titular Bishop of Telmcs and Coadjutor cum jure suc cesslonls Oct tS 18S7 Bishop of Den ver July 10 1SSU Residence Denver Cob Former Bishop Right Rev Jocph Pro jectus Machebeuf D D consecrated titular Bishop of Epiphania and vicar I Apostolic of Colorado and Utah Aug I 1C 18 < S first Bishop of Denver in IM < II died July 10 1889 i Vicar General Very Rev Henry Robin son residence 3621 Humboldt St Eccretary and Chancellor Rev P A Phillips residence 173S Logan Ave Bishops Counsel Very Rev H Itobln son V G Revs G Raber S K Brotkbank Richard Brady P A Phillips and F C Roy S J Auditor Rev W OKyan Procurator Fisealls Rev Richard Bra dr D...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 4 January 1902

7 I i I j Hi il 8 TOE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC JANUARY 4 1902 r tt Intermountain CathoHc I t t I OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 56v INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second I South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South street 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + 1 SALT LAKE 1 I + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t i CITY AND iEIGKBORHOOD I i Willis McCornick has gone to San Francisco to secure hydraulic elevators and other supplies for the Siberian Exploration company which will oper i ate some immensely rich mines in Si beria i 0 I I The electrical supply companies in this city report a large increase of business during the past year over that of the year previous < > I Banking men report deposits on the increase and at the same time say there is plenty of money in circulation Collections are reported as unusually good this month i 0 r An unusually sad death was that of t Miss Eleanor Bennion Cannon t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

J Ti rIu I I m I 2 ThE c lIteRlli OUNTAIN AND fcOLORApQ CATHOLIC JANUARY II 1902 j J j b f I j JL This is I I C II J Urc h t the victory I which over cometh the I j I r Universal faith world ou II I I I If f I iY TE A FALLEN GOD Man is a fallen god whose thoughts uprise To that high world where he was born to rolgn Thence banished he bears of his loss deep pain And w lk the earth remembering the p skies And as a bird from coming winter flies Across vast continents oer hill and plain To unseen climes all fresh with springs warm rain ran So he to heaven lifts imploring eyes I And like a wandering exile homeward turns Dreaming of iieace and love that hover there I I Of tha glad fire that on his hearthstone I burns To welcome his return through frosty air As though it knew the pain with which he yearns Tjo sit gain in the long vacant chair L Bishop Spalding HERO OF THE FAITH Priest Who Prevented Panic While HisftAltar Was Afire The coolness of a priest at Kanosha Wis saved St James chur...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY n 1902 3 Happenings intJ1 lflteimOtHithgfl States Diocese of Bender DENVER Bed Letter Day For Colorado Knights of Columbus Special Correspondence Last Sunday was indeed a gala day for the Knights of Columbus About twenty knights from Denver twenty fion Colorado Springs twenty from Putbio and eight from Leadville as sembled at Cripple Creek where they instituted a new counoil with eighty charter members Fully 225 sir knights sat down at the banquet held at the I National hotel I lasted from 930 un I til midnight Addresses were made by I Juage McFeeley J 0 Saw kins W F Ryan Thomas F Dunn and Dr P H Heller Grand Knight Redding of council 539 I conferred the degrees assisted by John Harnan grand knight of council 582 Joseph Newman of 539 and J W Murray of 582 The following officers were elected Judge J G McPheeley grand knight J O Sawkins deputy grand knight J chancellor John Lehman C Furgeson chancelor LehmaJ I warden George T Connors a...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

IJ 4 I il 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY n 1902 I INTERMOUNTAIN ATROue ESTABLISHED 1S93 I Tlje Colorado Gat1o1ic ESTABLISHED 1S54 L Consolidated Oct 2 1899 Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain Catholic Co 249 Main Street Telephone G J200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE k REMITTANCES l Remittances should be made by Dost i t offlco express money orders drafts o registered letters t I CHANGING ADDRESS Subscribers removing from one plao to j I another and desirIng papers changed i ehould always give former as well a 2 1 t present address I CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED to The Reverend Clergy arc requested send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN 56d CATHOLIC news contributions cf inter j 4 est to their rebDective jarisheJ Entered in the postofliee I Salt Lake j City as econdclass matter SATURDAY Jan 31 1902 I I OZTICIAIi ENDORSEMENT Editor Inlermouiitam Catholic My Dear SirReplyilg to your lor 1 > asking my approval of The Intermoun n I Catholic since Its establishment in uis diocese I win...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

I I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY II 1902 5 I k 1 I I I f jpr I S l f y1S ti S fj I I LETTERWRITING DIRECTION Write on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In termountain Catholic MR NOBODY L I know i funny little man L As quiet as a mouse P Who does the michlef that isdone In everybodys house Theres no one ever SCQS his face And yet we all agree k That every plate we break was cracked Bv Mr Nobody < > us he who always tears our books AVho leaves the door ajar He pulls the buttons from our shirts And scatters pins afar That squeaking door will always squeak For prithee dont you see 4 Ve leave the oiling to be done By Mr Nobody He puts damp wood upon the fire That kettles cannot boil His are the feet that bring in mud s And all the carpets soil The papers always arc mislaid Who had them last but he Theres no one tosses them about But Mr Nobody The finger marks upon the door By none of us are mad i We never leave ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

1 I t 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND CQLORADP CATHOJLIC JANUARY n 1902 L = = = I i flf i 1 Wmsns World 9 Character Dress and I ik Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Headers 1 1 l THE BELLE OF LON AGO It l I watii2i her sitting rocking there lJ And unzinu dreamily away ol i Her hands arc wrinkled now that were lan 4 So plump and smooth and soft one day b I Her Htlir that once in ringlets hung Forms one wee coil as white as snow Once she was free from cares and young f tti i Perhaps she flirted long ago Her nose drops down her lips are drawn She sighs for loved ones gone before t The ilustre from her eyes Is gone 1 Her once round cheeks are round no I more Yet once perhaps her glance was coy Perhaps it made her smile to know 1 That for her cruelty some boy i Was brokenhearted long ago I 1 j She rises slowly bent and small j I And moves with feeble careful tread She wears a sombre garb and all I h 1 The graces from her form are fled J But once perhap she tripped along I f I In airy robesthe ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

I 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 11 1902 1 I caihouiiciory Qf intermQuntain States i = DIOCESE OF DENVER j DIoecesis Denverlensis 1 Established a VicariateApostblic In 1S6S Erected a Diocese in 1SS7 Com I prises the State of Colorado Squaro mile 203C3 Right Reverend Nicholas 1 Chrvsostom Matz D D Bishop or Dencr consecrated titular Bishop of Telmessa and Coadjutor cum jure suc cecsionl Oct 28 IbST Bishop of Den ver July 10 1SS Residence Denver Former Bishop Right Rev Joseph Pro jecttfb Machebeuf D D ctjnaecrateJ titular liisliop of Epiphania and Vicar Apostolic of Colorado and Utah Autj 1C 1SC first Bishop of Denver in Ut died July 10 1SS9 Vicar General Verv Rev Henry Robin son residence 3621 Humboldt St 6ecrcury and Chancellor Kev P A Phillips residence 17SS Loan Ave Bishops Counsel Very Rev H Robin son V G Revs G Raber S R BrocUbank Richard Brady P A Phillips and F C Roy S J Auditor Rev W ORyan Procurator Fisealis Rev Richard Bra d Defensor Matrimonii Rev W ORya...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 11 January 1902

1 I u l t THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC JANUARY Irj 1902 uu liii I > = > tl ± I j Il1terumtain 1 J j Catholic I OFFICE 249 MAIN I TELEPHONE 567 A INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication f at following news stands j Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second j I I South street 41 i I I f street L E Hammel 49 E Second South I 1 r + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1r r SALT LAKE i j 1 q + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD i t meteor said to be as An immense J passed over I large as a hogshead I 1 at Summit county from the southeast I 8 7 oclock Tuesday morning continued 1 Idaho north over Bear Lake county i and traveled northwest as far as Poca 1 innumerable tello before bursting into j the mountains south 1 fragments over east of that city c 0 J The organization of a commercial club in Salt Lake City is now Practi t cally assured Governor Wells at the I Instance of the promoters of the proj business men prominent ect named 100 pi and mailed to each...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

j l I r I 11 I IOIU itS OoooOoO ooaocooooo tf oooooo < 4Oooooooooooooooooooooo > oe ooo < noeooo oo Dnr G t ii jprc itioii ijm Q It L h 9 Pojpi i ooooooooo ooooo ooooooooao oeoooo r L eooooo aooeoooooooaooooooo oooooooooooooooaoooooaooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 = ij 10 iooooaOOoaoeoooe9oeaoooooaooooooaooocooooaooo akaooooooooooooooooooooaooooo aoc Volume 3 No 16 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 18 1902 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year cLL I DENVER CLERGYS TRIBUTE TO EISnOp MATI Grand Banquet at thc Brown Palace I And Loyal 1ddress to the Catholic Prelate of Coloradoo I Father Robinson Delivers the Address of Welcome Father Malone Responds to Pope Leo XIII and Father Callanan to the Toast of Our Guest Special Correspondence Throughout the diocese of Denver flijuR the past week interest has cen d 111 the grand banquet given on T s < lay evening to do honor to our Kiphi Reverend Bishop on the occasion of lift return from Rome rroni all parts of the state priests I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

jm 1 1I I 0 I i 4 J Z ME INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 18 1902 jl i1 SI j I CbUfth This i is I I J the victory which over I r L1 cometh the i I UniversaL faith world oar j I CHURCH CALENDAR 11 Sunday Jan 19Fcast of the Holy 3 r Name Monday Jan 20St Canute King and t Martyr Tuesday Jan 1St Agnes Virgin and Martyr 1 Wednecday Jan 22 Saints Vincent j and AnaslasKlns 1 Thursday Jan Espousals of I lese Virgin Mary i Friday Jan 24St Timothy Bishop I and Martyr I I f Saturday Jan 23 Conversion of St L Paul S PaulA CURIOUS CONVERSION Mohammedan Shows a Protestant His Errors The writer of the following remark r able narrative who is known to the f editor of the Philadelphia Catholic Standard and Times vouches for its f truth in every particular Some time ago I had the great pleas I d t ure of reading Jn your valuable paper r an account of a curious conversation I i which reminds me that my own was probably as curious since through I Gods Infinite mercy it was occasioned by a Mo...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

= = I THE INTERmOUNTAIN AND COIlOADG r CATHOLIC JANUARY S 18 1902 3 r Dfoccse of D J1V BACK FROM HOME rather Malone Tells of Papal Sym j pathy for American Aspirations Rev T H Malone reached Denver Monday after an extended visit to Eu rope The most Interesting feature of his sojourn across the Atlantic was I hit audience with Pope Leo XIII and I the advisors of the aged pontiff says the Hock Mountain News The elo I qutnt Denver priest was accorded cv j ciy J courtesy and it was evident that jiit tame had preceded him to the Eternal City He found that the Ro man curia was anxious to aid the United States in pacifying its Pacific 11ll > sessions and that the Pope and j Cardinal Rampolla were in close touch I with advanced American thought i Physically the visit TT benefited Father S jviaioiie viy ilium xie jseeius r and more vigorous than for some time S My visit to the Eternal City was indeed satisfactory from every point of MCW said he last night My re < ption was cordial in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

NIi I I il 1 Hi liI It 1 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 18 1902 I 1 TilE INIERMOUNIAltf muon G ESTABLISHED 1S93 I t Tie Colorado Catholic i I ESTABLISHED ISSi I t Consolidated l Oct2 1899 I Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain Catholic Co 245 Main Street Telephone 67 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE REMITTANCES I i I Remittances should be made by post l office or express money orders drafts or 1 registered letters CHANGING ADDRESS CHAG c Subscribers removing from one place to 1 i another and desiring papers changed t should always gIve former as well as I present address j CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 7 he Reverend arc requested to e ere Clergy fX homi to THE FNTEKMOUNTAIN i I CATHOLIC news contributions cf Inter est to their respective narishe JI Entered in the poKtofilee it Salt Lake t City as secondclass mat < r I I I 1 SATURDAY Jan 18 1902 j I I I I I 11 i I OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic f My Dear SirReplyinsr to your avor asking mv upproval ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COh > RADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 18 1902 5 1 I 2 j Ti1 i I I I I l LETTERWRITING DIRECTIONS I w rite on one side of paper only Do not have letters too Ions Address all letters to Aunt Busy In termouutain Catholic THE CHIMNEY DRUMMER BOY Tlirrc a boy I know and ho drums all la Vor IliP ohiPf delight is in soldier play TH a very little boy And II very bijf drum An < 1 r cry where he goes he makes things hum lhh his brian h rrr rumbrum m Brum Brum When the rooitcr crows nt the break of day Then hit < kettle drum drums the rcvcille At noon and at night As ho comes from school Then IIP drums the Retreat from Sebas topol And tho neighbors all hum When they hear him come Hi diddle dumpty tinkletanglctum Brum b rrr rumbrum Brum jCow Santa Claus heard him one Christ mas eve And he aid to himself Tis clear 1 per ceive That this idle boy is no good here For to study and work arc not his sphere So Ill take him with me My drummer to be And Ill feed him on jam and pepp...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

I i i 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CAThOLIC JANUARY 18 1902 I II Woman s WorldG Dress Character and I 1 J t I i Specially 1rapirtid tor Our Feminine Headers i WHAT is Goonr 4 Wbat fo taw > t IB askrd in nutting mood I I t I Qrt r MM th Inw tfr f KrM xrt Hl < MiM the reboot Truth MM l ho wlm matt JtNuratv Mid t ho rMI J I J said the mW > n I i t Bnuity Mid tt IWMST t FtwM uld tb dreamer Home tIM tht t F mv sid tht soldier i r Kqutty Mid the soor 1 Spake my heart full sd Ox an wcr is not here Then within my bosom j Softly this J hoard Each heart holds the secret j Kindness Ii i the word t John Boyle OUellly f ECONOMICAL DRESSES > I How to Be Welldtessed on a Small i t Income How to he l well gowned on a small 4 income has been a burning question in the feminine world since fashion in dress first began Perhaps even Mrs Adam worried as to how she should drape a limited number of fig leaves n becoming style I is I natural desire among women t to look as well as their asso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

U THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC JANUARY 18 1902 7 I Cath iic Directory oi the j iermountainStateSe f DIOCESE OF DENVER Dloccesis Denverlensis Established a VIcarlateApostolic it 1S6S Erected a Diocese in 18S7 Com prises the State of Colorado Square miles 303C45 Right Reverend Nicholas Chrysostom Matz D D Bhhop of Denver consecrated titular Bishop of Telmessa and Coadjutor cum Jure suc oesslunis Oct 28 1SS7 Bishop of Den ver < July 10 1SS9 Residence Denver Cob Former Bishop Right Rex Joseph Pro jects Mnehebeuf D D consecrated titular Kihop of Epiphania and Vicar Apostolic of Colorado and Utah Aug 1C ISdV first Bishop of Denver in 18S f died July 10 SS9 Vicar General Very Rev Henry Robin son residence 3G21 Humboldt St Secretary and Chancellor Rev P A Phillips residence 173S Logan Ave Bishops Counsel Very Rev H Robin l Ilshop V G Revs G Raber S R Brorlthank Richard Brady P A Phillips and F C Roy S J nS Auditor Rev f ORyan Procurator FIsealis Rev Richard Bra dy Drfensor Mat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 18 January 1902

S i f J 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC JANUARY 18 1902 I JJ I i intermountain I I Ii i Cathohc i rl 1 11 OFFICE 249 MAIN J TELEPHONE 567 f 1J 1 = = J INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC I may be found on day of publication J at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second I South street I L E Hanxmel 49 E Second South I street + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 4 ti SALT LAKE f + i + + + + + + + + + + + J 1 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD I 1 Governor Wells is in receipt of a let ter from Hon William R Day of i Cleveland president of the McKinley I Memorial association asking him to i feet aside aJnuary 2Jth the birthday of 1 the martyred president as a special q 1 I 1i I j day for the contributing of funds for Ii i a monument to be erected at Canton Ohio at a cost of 600000 Mr Day t suggests that the school children in fl f every state be invited to give their mites for the memorial fund It i lil i f It is not so easy as 4t used to be to rt keep things secret and that is the jf explana...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 January 1902

S f I I Dml i 1 G2iit i icPaper itboiiZim l r Sp It iAhe I l Ci poipp 1ri fer fodand Country > Butt ooooo oooooooaooooao OoooOOOOOo ooooooooooooaooooooooaocoooooocoocoooooooooooooooo J 000000000000000 0 OOOOOe 000080000aOOOOOOOO < > O ooocoooo0oooooooooooooaooooo aoc r I L 11 1 Volume 3 No 17 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER JANUARY 25 1902 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year tdk of the Catacombs Finding the Relics of Sweet St Agnes the First Woman Saint Who Inspired Keats Immortal Poem and Numberless Beautiful Legends The remains of St Agnes one of tin rarhet and most beloved saints of th < J I hnstian church have just been dis < nveud in Rome They have had a moft extraordinary career Again and again they have been lost burled under tlii cumulated dust of ages during th 100 years that have passed since a magnificent church was first erected ooi them by the Emperor Constan tly t Now they have been found once J more and this time great pains will be taken to preserve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 25 January 1902

i I t Ii 2 HE INTERMOUNTAIN AND miriDAnn CATHOLIC JANUARY 25 1902 I i I This is f C CIiirc1 r I victory which olIn I coineth the 1J I Universal faith world = oiir JEStT DULCIS MEMORIA Jesus Thy memory sweetest Appears to heartthought fleetest Yet sweeter Thou who sreetest 1 Out sight with Joy completest i No song from heavens court stream I I in g 3 Gave earth of heaven more seeming j 4 t No theme for holler seeminS j TliHii Jesus earth redeeming What hope for hearts repenting I What Joy for ouls lamenting Whut bliss beyond II1entl iamentnS I That name all life contenting I I I No tongue no pen can render In worrtK of fltllnir Knlnnilnr 10 faih due jo surrender To Jesus our Defender t I Lot earth then lift her voices To whom all heaven rejoices Jlife awful glory blending I With praises never endingAve t Ave Maria i f THE THIRD ORDER I j 1 Several Sound Reasons Assigned For 1 I Its Excellence 11 The first Christian Church in the New r World was founded at a small settle I ment of the...

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