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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 August 1902

THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 2 1902 t g i n 1 1 d o I m o I DITEOBY AUNTBUSY rl t 45t i t ry k r h tl r 1v i a lrrl r THE WORTH OF A PENNY Im only a buttered penny And have lost my golden shine But Ill venture there arc not many With a record better than mine Ivr paid for many a dainty For cakes and Ringer snaps Candles and Rum a plenty More than I ought perhaps TPiicils and liens and paper Pins marbles and ribbons red And more than once for the hungry I ITC furnished a loaf of bread I ro paid postage on many a letter 1 j0 traveled half over the earth And made it brighter and better fly many times my worth MA lifes been a bus workday To accornnlish all Ive told For you see by the date of my birthday Im only ten years old I i If so small a piece of copper Can find so much to do I I think it only proper For YOU to be useful too Ella Joseuhlnc Kraal AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY Dear Nieces and Nephews Aunt Busy has not much to say only that she is afraid her girls and boys a...

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. — 2 August 1902

i P I k1 6 I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 2 1902 I P W oman 5 World I Dress Character and II I 1 Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Reader CASTLES IN THE AIR If rou want to know what a man is amIne his castles in the air Spec tator May 17 1892 Where is my castle in the air My true selfs home and palace fair Its towers highbuilt in land of cloud With dreamwrought pageantry endowed If A place of moonenchanted air With glistening spires and turrets where With magic spell the orbed queen Weaves warp and woof of shade and sheen And brimming stars spill from the sky The jewels of their galaxy Or ist a place of mossgrown walls Where pad sweet memory recalls The deeds of other spacious days k Far past yet ringing with mens praise Or upland cot in some far dale Or where in deep sequestered vale A twilight bower neath forest trees Drowsy with hum of honeybees Tempts men to sleep and dream away The languorous length of summer day Or ist among the thronging feet Of crowding m...

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. — 2 August 1902

t iF I I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 2 1902 7 I T ± Tod I Ir Jaiti es Whitcomb Riley j TODDARD ANDERSON was STODDARD name though had you made inquiry fr Stod dard Anderson of any boy ojt the town in which he lived and I rny w > lf lived there a handy boy in the dim old days you doubtless would have been informed that nobody of t at name was there Your juvenile informant however by way of gratui tous intelligence might have gone on to state that two families of the name II of Anderson resided thereOld Do f good Anderson the preacher and his brother John But had you asked for Tod Anderson or simply T d our boy would have known Tod your 4 boy in all likelihood would have had especial reasons for remembering Tod although his niodesty perhaps might H not allow him tol l inform you how I Tod had rwaxed it to liim moreij onct But he ttpuld have told yoU as I tell you novj that Tod Anderson was the preachers boy l and lived at the par sonagb TOd was a queer boy Stoddar...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 2 August 1902

I 5 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 2 1902 Intermountain Catholic OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South street TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Having no agent in Colorado Idaho Montana or Wyoming all in arrears should send their subscriptions to this office The paper wrapper will tell when last payment was made also the amount now due Bank checks postoffice order or money in registered letters addressed to Intermountain Catholic may be safely sent We hope this notice served on all subscribers Aill not only remind but prompt them to settle < all back accounts + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 SALT LAKE + i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i i CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD J The Rev Father George Francis Uouck chancellor of the Roman Cath olic diocese of Cleveland 0 who vis j ited his brother Charles A Houck in this city a year ago recently cel...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 August 1902

I f6 r < t P 1 0 4 = I tf I I D iJ t i jpi ib01i 1j mzr oo s It i h i19 PojpP ii = t I j I Volume 3 No 45 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER AUGUST 9 1902 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year j I nOSflCISman Deism Explained i II 1 Effcct of Agnosticism is to Deaden ConscienceCrime I f is Only That Which Becomes Public I I Written for the Intermountain Catholic Referring to agnosticism which was treated last week the subject deserves more than a passing attention The w tendency of modern thought is if not to the open and avowed denial of God at least to a negative denial of his ex istence The bitter controversies be t nven different forms of Christianity ha < in a measure ceased Abuse and I mirepresentation of one creed are rel I cpdted to the past and are no longer I popular either in the pulpit or public press Church and their adherents are measured and judged according to thHr tI present worth The evils that they do I or sanction are public property The under current of moder...

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. — 9 August 1902

4 i 1 LT 3 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 9J 1902 11 J I This is Clufch tbe victory which over cometh the i Universal faitfe n iJf f CHURCH CALENDAR 1 4 Sunday Aug 10 Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost St Lawrence M il Monday 11St Tiburtius and Su it sanna M M U Tuesday 12St Clare V 11 Wednesday 13St John Berch i man C 1 Thursday 14VigilFastSt Euse I bius C Friday Assumption B V 31 Saturday 16St Hyacinth C t GOTTI MAE PREFECT Pope Selects the Cardinal to Head I Jl I j the Propoganda i Rome July 2LThe pope has ap pointed Cardinal Girolamo Maria Gotti prefect of the congregation of the nronn < nn f fn nnn ln n O jtvw > JVi 4LF ttl dinal Ledochowski who diedrlast Tues day CarSinal Gdtti 4s prefect of the sacred congregation of bishops and ofi regular discipline 1 Cardinal Agliardi was appointed pre fect of economy of th congregation of the propaganda in place of Cardinal t Vincent VannutelH if m Cardinal Vannutelli will replace Car f 1 dma Gotti as prefect of the sacr...

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. — 9 August 1902

t = I r 7 I TERJftOUNTAIN AND COLORADO j CATtlOCIC AUGUST 9 1902 3 I POP e JtQ llJb 61t dEUtbarit I Ii i II I Co 2 Conclusion of th arp oijs Encyclical with Quotations from theEarly Fathers ot the Church 1 644 Li Concluded XO Very beautiful and joyful too is the V prctaIe of Christian brotherhood and Foriat equality which is afforded when men of all conditions gentle and sim aE ple rich and poor learned and un Iler learned gather round the holy altar all sharing alike in this heavenly bart quet t And in the records of the church it I jc j deservedly reckoned to the special ah cdit of its first ages that the mul titude of the believers had but one jKdrt and one soul Acts iv 32 and there can be no shadow of doubt that thi immense blessing was due to their i2Z frequent meetings at the Divine table l for we find it recorded of them They vie persevering in the doctrine of the j apo < Mfs and In the communion of the p > > breaking of bread Acts ii 42 Prides all this the grace of ...

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. — 9 August 1902

< I 11 i 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC AUGUST 9 1902 I THE INTERMOUNTAIN ATHOU C ESTABL1SHE 1S93 r TJe Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED 1SS Consolidated Oct 2 1899 M Published Every Satprday by Tho Intennountain Catholic Co t To Itrout Catol j 2 ilaln Street Telephone L 0 A TEAR I ADVANCE I REMITTANCES Aemittanees should be made by post office or express money order drafts or I registered letters i J iste CHANGING ADDRESS I I Subscribers removing from one place to Subscrbers 1 another and remonb papers changed t should always give former as well a present address sv CORRESPPNDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to Jend to THE INTERJIOUNTAIN l CATHOLIC news contributions of inter I est to their respective parishes Entered In the postofllce at Salt Lake City a pecondclass mater L l t SATUIDAYAug919O2 I i OFFICIAL ENDOBSEMCENT Editor Intermountain Catholic Intermountin Catolc My Dear Sir Replying to your favor I asking my approval of The Intermountain I Catholi...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 August 1902

F1 r Th 7 I I I THE INfERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST y 4902 5 I 1 1 7i 7 i S Ts c Mi ffiffi > JDiTEo ay urusY d S I t i S i 4 S j vp L S I q Hr I 1 I I 5 j i lUZ I S e I t 2 LETTERWRITING DIRECTIONS Write on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In termouutain Catholic S GIRLS NAMES I anrcs is unstained and free S Bertha pellucid purely brlghtf Clara clear as the crystal sea Lucy a star of radiant l1zltt Catherine Is pure as the mountainair t S Henrietta a soft street star 3 > liPla is a happy girl ilatilda is a lady true S irf jlarcarot Is a shining pearl S W Rebecca with thc faithful row I S Susan is n lily white I Jane lips the willows curve and grace Cecilia dear is dim of tfcrht Sophia shows wisdom on her face Constance is fire and Eresolutej Grace delicious favor meet j Charlotte noble good repute I Harriet a fine odor sweet Isabella is a lady rare Lucinda constant a the day Marie means a lady fafr Abigail joyful a...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 August 1902

I I 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 9 1902 I W oman s WopicLI Dress Character and I Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Header FOR MIDSUMMER WEAR Dainty Model Gowns and Hats For the Summer Girl i A very pretty gown is made of a delicate shade of green crepe de chine The skirt is cut to simulate a cIrcular flounce and has clusters of tucks al ternating with rows of briar stitching Bands of satin ribbon a darker shade of green than the crepe trim the skirt running lengthwise down the seams and graduating toward the back Down the center of each ribbon is a row of f brier stitching in the palest green silk The waist is very much bloused in front and is trimmed with bands of the ribbon with patterns of deep cream Jace in the spaces The bands are so arranged as to form a yoke effect ter t minating in the blouse with a broad 1 band of the lace Lace epaulettes adorn the shoulders I I and the collar is also of lace The I bishop sleeves are trimmed at the top with bands of th...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 August 1902

7 C J I U TIlE TERM017NTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC A GUST 9 1902 J = i r 10D By James Whitcoitfb Riley 1j 1 j Continued from last week Two weeks later Tod was discovered ty his distracted father and an officer j cowering behind = a roll of ianvas whereon a fat man sat declaring with I a breezy nonchalance hIlt no boy ot I Tods description wtis along o this I ere party Andthe defiant Tod when I brought to light emphatically asserted that the fat man was in no wise blam able that hehad run away on his own j hook and ivouldtlo It again if he j wanted to But he broke there with a i heavy sob and the fat man said There there Cootsey go along with the old un and heres a dollar for j you And Tod cried aloud I The good minister had brought a J t letter for him too and as the boy read I it throueh his tears he turned home ward almost eagerly J Dear Tod it ran I have been quite sick since you left me You I must come back or I mis you and 4 I can never get well again without J you Ive got a new...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 9 August 1902

4 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 9 1902 1 R Intermountain Catholic 1 OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIO may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South 1 street TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS i Having no agent in Colorado Idaho fontana or Wyoming all in arrears should send their subscriptions to this office The paper wrapper will tell when last payment was made also i the amount now due Bank checks postoffice order or money in registered i letters addressed to Intermountain f II Catholic may be safely sent We hope this notice served on all subscribers will not only remind but prompt them to settle all back accounts 1 H b 4 + + + + + + + + F + + + + + + + t l + J + + SALT LAKE 1 1 < + + + + + + + + + + + + + i CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD In 194 Salt Lake was nearly six feet I higher than It is at present The watiX washed the banks within a few feet of the Y where the trains run Th...

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. — 16 August 1902

c = I c I W 13 rli T I jf j I f ii ei twttry c oooooooo ooooaoaaacoaoaaoaooeoooooooogoq oooxooaoaeqooooaoooooooooooooooofei Volume 3 No 46 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER I AUGUST 16 1902 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year z I I I i Agnosticis and Deism Explained I Agnosticism i in Its Uftimate Results is No Different from that of Downright Atheism Confession of 1 1 St Augustine I I 1 j Editor of The Intermountain Catholic I i 1 perceive that in replying to my late f communication regarding agnosticism IOU quote from Herbert Spencer and Huxley I have read both authors from I coer to cover and in all their works I fail to remember the texts as you give I M I would like to verify these 1 would respectfully ask the names of the I I works in which they can be found Ativ I association of their principles with II those of anarchists seems unjust A DAUBTER I Salt Lake Aug 12 H02 I Our esteemed correspondent who I Iparned to doubt from the writings of I Herbert Spencer and Huxley will K...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 August 1902

1 2 THE TERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 16 1902 H I i = This is C Church I J the victory which over 1 S cometh the Universal world our I l faith 1 1 S CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Aug Thirteenth after Pentecost St Joachim S Monday lSSt Agapitus M I Tuesday 19Within Octave t I Wednesday 20 St Bernard Ab D j Thursday 21St Jane Frances W F Friday 22 Oct of Assumption St L Timothy and Companions M SI Saturday 23Vigil St Philip Beniti Not Wanted About a year ago some one issued a S call for Catholic volunteers to teach in the Philippines Father l Kelly of t Chicago and Archbishop Kain of St 1 I Louis interested themselves in the i matter One hundred and fifty well lIi recommended teachers offered them j selves for the work We now learn that i S they were never called for although j word had come from the archipelago to I the effect that they were needed and S welcome because the commission felt that those of the Catholic faith would be bettor received by the natives and would be bette...

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. — 16 August 1902

F F I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC AUGUST 16 1602 3 PREfECT Of TIlE PROPAGANDA I I J I j EAt ccs Letter toChicago 1ri bun I r Arorin to the most recent cen sus the niembfIs of the Roman Cath olic church outnumber by several millions lions those of any other religious de I joinination in the United Slates The figures are in the neighborhood of 10 000000 exclusive of the 1000000 of fat holies in Porto Rico and the con C florably larger number of the adher ent of the same crepd in the Philip pines The personality of the prelate elmo lias just been appointed by Leo S XIII to assume as II feet of the pro paganda at Rome the ecclesiastical su perviMon and control of the heirarchy of the clergy and of the Roman Catho 3ir laity in the great republic of North America and its colonial possccsioiib t It therefore be a matter of consid erable interest and even importance to th people of this country S I is the prefect of the propaganda who determines the appointments to the vacant bi...

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. — 16 August 1902

d 1 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC AUGUST 16 1602 THE JNIERMOUNIAIN AIHOUC ESTABLISHED 1S99 TljeCoiotaclo Catholic ESTABLISHED 1SS4 Consolidated Oct 2 1899 I Published Every Saturday by The Intenaoimtfiin Catholic e 249 Main Street Telephone 5G7 5200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post i office or express money orders drafts or registered letter CHANGING ADDRESS i Subscribers removing from one place to remmlg another and desiring papers changed should always give former as well a present address ge ireset CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of inter 3 est to their respective uarlshes teir the postofflco at Sat Lake City as secondclass matter L SATURDAY Aug 16 1902 OFFICIAL ENDOBSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your favor asking my approval of The Intermountain i Catholic since Its establishment In this diocese I will state that I conside...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 August 1902

I TT1 II i Jiii = i T THE TER1YLOUNTAIN COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 16 1902 5 J 11 DDItDBv Bu uSY 1 2 r Nt 5J flhfIIIIEUJi TTERWRITING DIRECTIONS I Write on one side of paper only II Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In I termountain Catholic t HER LITTLE FELLOW YET What funny creatures mothers arc I sometimes laugh to see S For all my bigness and my age How mine looks after me I I Shr wants to warm me when rm cold To dry me when Im wet I do believe she thinks me just A little fellow yet I l Im not a schoolboy any more J fff With satchel at my back It wont be many years before I don the haversack Im going to join the volunteers i Mv father was a vet And surely then I will not be i A little fellow yet I I Ah well the mothors good as gold And kind as kind can be Theres no one else in all the world Thats half as kind to me So let her think it if she will When I too am a vet It may be I will wish I were Her little fellow et W A MaItland in Christian Work AUNT BU...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 August 1902

i I 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 16 1902 I Womans World Dress Character and I Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Reader you say that you are but a woman you ho are so Verv wonderful to me Yon tell me there is little you can do Little indeed that all the world can see I There are no battles on the open plain That you can fight as I a man can I fight But who shall say your life is lived in vain If all mv darkened days you have kept light Oh little womanbeart be glad be glad I That YOU arc what God made you v Yelll I know How YOU have nerved me when the day 1 i was sad I Li And made me better yea and kept me so 1 Bo very glad that you in your white place 1 L Your little home with folded hands can be A silent influence to whose source I tce The little good there ever was In me To be a woman Is there any more That you have need to be from day to day How wonderful to have your heart your tore Of purity and goodness and to say One that I love is nobler since I came for...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 August 1902

L T iii iii 7 j THE TERMiOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUQU5T i 6 J902i 7 = = BUTTE COMPARED WIIJJ OTHER CITIES I There arc ten cities iin the United States according to the twelfth census 1 which have a population of between 30000 and 32000 They are Chatta nooga Tenn with 301 Auburn N Y 30145 Montgomery Ala 30346 ttutte 30470 Canton 0 30667 Taun ton Mass 31036 Rockford Ills 3f131 supeiior Wis 31091 Fitchburg Mass 31331 Schenectady N Y 31682 Having about the sjme population it mil be a matter c interest to com pare the statistics of Butte and these other cities Rockford has the lowest death rate of these cities 940 and faiinton the highest 2414 Butte death rate is 1434 Rockford Canton and Montgomery alone have a lower death rate than Butte In point of area Butte is the smallest with 1350 > 8res Butte has fortyfour policemen tihih is the largest number in any of tee cities Chattanooga being next with fortyone Rockford gets along 1 Trfth nineteen Butte also has the largwt number of...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 August 1902

i 1 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 16 1902 i f < Intermountain Catholic OFFICER MAIN I TELEPHONE 567 I INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIO may be found on day of publication 2 at following news stands Salt lake News Co 71 E Second South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South street V TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Havjng no agent in Colorado Idaho Montana or Wyoming all in arrears should send their subscriptions to this office The paper wrapper will tell when last payment was made also the amount now due Bank checks it postoffice order or money in registered i letters addressed to Intermountain Catholic may be safely sent We hope this notice served on all subscribers will not only remind but prompt them to settle all back accounts f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i I t SALT LAKE 5 L f I 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD The great reunion of the Elks over I Jt shadowed all other local events and r few were chronicled Montana won the I 4 first prize for the best displa...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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