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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 August 1902

r 1I I 1 I I f 1 L I t 9 c 9 < n r i G tiSij p Z t O i miG Sa It fth a i p p = = p o B t t J t 0000000000000000000000000000006000000000000000000000000000 000000000000 4 I u oooooooooocoaoeaooooooo oOO r c 4 J 4 Volume 3 No 47 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER AUGUST 23 1902 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year I L f I IgnotIcism and Deism Exolained r Pantheism Underlies all Forms of Modern UnbeliefWhat It Affirms and DeniesIts Relation to Agnosticism and Atheism I I l Written for The Intermountain Catholic The Gentiles after they separated from the synagogue lapsed into Pan I theism which underlies all forms of I 1 modern unbelief Derived from Greek i worts pas all and theos God Pantheism means that God is the only substance of which this universe and man are only manifestations or that the material universe taken in its to tality is God It denies creation also that God Is separate and distinct from the combined forces and laws of na ture Modern unbelievers would make the infinit...

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. — 23 August 1902

9 I 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1902 I Ji coi urh This is SII I J the victory I LT which over ycometh the JniVerS world oar I I LL faith CHURCH CALENDAR Sunday Aup Fourteenth after Pentecost St Bartholomew A I Monday 268t Louis King I Tuesday 26St Zephyrinus P M Wednesday 27SL Joseph Calasanc tius C F D Thursday SSl Augustine Bp C Friday SOiBeheadins of St John Baptist S S S turda JOEt Rose of Lima A PERIOD OF TROUBLE In Very Few Lands Can the Church Be Said to Be Enjoying Peace S London Catholic Times It would be hard to find in history a period of trouble exactly parallel to that through which the church is pass Ing today In very few lands can we say that she Is enjoying peace Here at home she is face to face with a sit S uation extremely perilous for her schools which when all is said are the gates of the sanctuary What the gov ernment which Sir Balfour directs as prime minister may ultimately make of Its education bill not even prophets can forefeil S t A...

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. — 23 August 1902

Sea = T THE TERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1902 3 Ul by e THE VAR ON TUE he ws m > 4 CHRC IN FRANCE 7 le ad adde ck lie I lieS Cardinal Richards Earnest and Eloquent Letter of Protest lied to president Loubet a l ts te Translated for the Freemans Journal e To the PrESident of the French Re Il public Sir A profound and painful Ie inipiefesion has been created through 11 out all France by the decree which has o closed 125 schools and by the minis terial circular which has shut up 2500 = additional schools It is our duty to communicate to the official head of the state the solicitude ve fr el on this occaston on religious 3S well as patriotic grounds The first question which suggests itself is What are the motives which jav called for this sudden and violent measure There has been no scandal Tjn disorder in these educational estab ji hments which are under the direc i i of teachers tion holding certificates as 1 the law requires The only reason there t an be advanced is...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 August 1902

r 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1602 THE INIERMOllNIAIN JHOll C ESTABLISHED 1S99 T1e Coiof ado Catholic t ESTABLISHED 1SS4 Consolidated Oct 2 1899 Published Every Saturday by Th Intennountain Catholic Co 249 Main Street Tolephpne 567 J200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post money orders drafts or office or express order drt letters CHANGING ADDRESS Subscribers removing from one place to another and des = lrlng papers chaSe alwa former as well as should always give wel a present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to 4 send to THE 1NTERMONTA1 CATHOLIC news contributions Cf inter est to their respective warishea Entered in the postofllce at Salt Lako City as secondclass matter SATURDAY Aug 23 1902 OFFICIAL ENDOBSEBESNT Editor Intermountain Catholic Intermounain Catholc My Dear SirReplying to your favor lI Der lnS Intermountatn I asking my approval of The Intermlunt Catholic since its establishment in tni...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 August 1902

= T t THE TERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1902 o I T Ij DlTEOBY AUNTBUSY 1 vi Ls h j r c 0 z I 4 2 jffI iiia t r i I t 1w c I LETTEBWBITI1TG DIRECTIONS I Write on one side of paper only 10 not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Eusy In ernjouutain Catholic r THE OTHER POINT OF VIEW TCI be u little girl ot ten Se nis nice enoughto boys nnd men i 1 wonder if theyve I vo ever tried To argue from the other side I dont Mippobc theyd ever guess The stiffness of a htarehed white dress I wonder how theyd like the hooks Let alone the way it looks c I Theyd never sit at home and sew 1 And watch their brothers come and go I should not even like to fiay That they would bear it for a dar They do not know how hard it seems To bf a girl still in ones dreams To feel that one can never be A drummer boy or yo to sea 11 Our brothers say were hard to please caiiHe AVO long for things like these Thev think it is a pleasant life I To wait until youre someones wife I When Im a w...

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. — 23 August 1902

r H I I 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1902 I WomanS World Dress and I oman s OU Character I I II Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Headers I 1 MARRIAGE LINES Married in white You have chosen right Married in gray You will go far away Married in black You will wish yourself back Married in red f You had better be dead Married in green I Ashamed to be seen Married inblue Youll always be true Married in Dean Youll live In a whirl Married in yellow Ashamed of the fellow Married in brown Youll live out of town Married In pink Your spirits will sink FALL FASHIONS Marie Tours Writes About the Gar ments to Appear in a Month The summer girl is now beginning to think seriously of wending her steps homeward or at least if she is at the teashore of leaving for the mountains for September Labor day will be here before we realize it and by Sept 10 a complete change of costume must be made Such a change is not an agreeable fact to contemplate with the majority h of women Th...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 August 1902

i I I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1902 7 1 I A GENIAL > I IOVARLMAN H 1 I SA How Frank R Stockton Is Remembered By I His Friends I 4 Frank n Stockton who died sud I denly at Washington on the morning of APril 20 is remembered by his friends as a most genial lovable man and good companion He must have Know that his days were numbered Because he spoke of his death only a week before he passed away as some thing to be asked for soon says the e York Tribune This was at the t rooms of the Authors club in this city p jje told a friend and fellowmember a S jrtorj which he intended to make the foundation of a novel I will not live to write it he said and I want you to write it for mel Stoiktons most striking success was J mhiewd with the story The Lady or the Tiger which is the story of a emibarbaric king who lived in the very olden time who amused himself by dealing in a picturesque way with A subjects accused of crime The ac cused man was brought into an arena whe...

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. — 23 August 1902

ri J 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 23 1902 t Intermountain Catholic 1 OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIO t may be found on day of publication at following news stands I Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South street i 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 i I postoffice ordar or money in registered ll letters addressed to Intermountain Catholic may be safely sent We hope Ut this notice served on all subscribers will not only remind but prompt them I I to settle all back accounts i m I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + II I SALT LAKE 4 1 s 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + i 1 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD i A beautiful specimen of Utah onyx has been sent by Nephi L Morris through Frank B Stephens to Colonel I William J Bryan who is having con I stru...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 August 1902

+ 4 + AFLEUOF f 1 t 1 I I I J 1 t i j1 toi kij r t itt I O9OOtDQoOamI OOOD eQoooeoooaoQo oo o oo 8 s P I t = 4 = = p Volume 3 No 48 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER AUGUST = 30 1902 Colorado Catholic Fi > hfppnfii V Li g Agnosticism and Deism Explained I immortality of the Soul and the Existence of a Supreme Being Held as Truisms by the Best Minds of Nineteen Centuries a 1 Written for Intermountain Catholic If the verdict as to the immortality of the soul and the existence of a su preme being was left to the decision of pcv men of intellectual eminence and pro found learning in every age 99 per cent of the greatest minds be they poets philosophers or men of science would decide in the affirmative The bold denials of the atheists have ceased and for a substitute we have to con tend against the cold indifference of the agnostic whose many queries are a contradiction not only of common sense but of the light of reason Rous seau Byron Voltaire and others whose writings charm woul...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 August 1902

F v I 1 2 Tim iNTERMOUNTAIN AND CULORDAO CATtlOLIC AUGUST 30 1602 i I I I This i ii I I CbUfCf the victory which over 9 Cometh the ilniverseil world our I L I ln rsi1 faith NO COLOR LINE IN IT The Catholic Church Looks to the Soul and Not to the Skin The Rev John Henry Dorsey a young colored priest recently ordalnea in Baltimore by Cardinal Gibbons ha just spent a week in Boston the guest i of several of his brother priests Fa ther Dorseys visit hasbeen of deep i interest and significance to the colored citizens of Boston without regard to M i religious dividing lines as was evi If dent by the great numbers who at tended the high mass celebrated by him last Sunday morning at the ca I thedral and the reception later in the day I Father Dorsey is not the first col ored priest to visit Boston Fully ten years ago the late Rev Augustine Tolton of Quincy Ills made a brief Ii 1 stay But Father Dorsey is the first I to remain long enough to meet the peo ple of his race in their intimate lif...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 August 1902

I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC AUGUST 30 1602 3 of repre the p Diocese of Denver F dl ry ad unluli OUR DENVER LETTER tdcer e lace Committees Selected for Cathedral ended Fair Religious Paragraphs 3ef Special Correspondence Ymen Another meeting of the Cathedral Jr fair committee was held at Logan ave lr F nue chapel last Sunday afternoon y Of Considerable enthusiasm was mani and fested but the only business trans uncil acted was the distribution of tickets drove following are the committees I ages Uoraotlon Committee A Gargan Id on W S Nixon Theodore Streff McSwe elved gan Harry Geier James S McGinnis Re j T F Markey with Mr McGinnis as rs or ciiauman nter Director general Rt Rev N C gS itl Jlatz president of fair Father Calla t0k Dan assistants Revs P A Phillips J White M OMalley 1mu Annunciation par jfh H Robinson V G Sacred Heart Edward Barry S J St Leos Wil rible liam ORyan St Josephs E D Cant ath well C S S R St Dominics Rev T At OXeill OP St Patricks J P Car Ree riga...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 August 1902

T 1 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 30 1902 INTERMOllNTAIN THOU C ESTABLISHED ISM Tije Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED l4 f Consolidated Oct 2 1899 Published Every Saturday by I Te Intermonntnin Catholic C 243 Main Street Telephone 5 J200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders drafts or registered letters CHANGING ADDRESS to Subscribers removing from one place another and desiring papers chanted should always give former as well a present address gve CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to ad to TH INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC newt contributions of Inter est to their respective parishes Entered in the postofflce at Salt Lake City as secondclass matter SATURDAY Aug 30 1902 OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT i Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear SirReplyiflg to your favor 1 asking my approval f iY The intermouflttn Catholic aiuto no establishment In this diocese 1 will state that I consider the founding of a C...

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. — 30 August 1902

I L THE INTERMOUNTAlN AND COLORADO CAIT1ULIC AOCIU5T 30 1 1902 s ad ar not iln 0 not at In ay e uid Ltt < ant 3 D1TEOBY AUNTBUSY ly ip I j tn tnre re ill I t t Ht 4 1 1r 9 t II 1 JJ t I 11he 1 f lie I t ut iiit it itd ir d id I d I Ill I 16 10 1 I < i y II I I w o s I i 1t4ti Ith11b 1 IETTERWRITING DIRECTIONS 1 II write on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long Address All letters to Aunt Busy In termountain Catholic j PROMISES Once when I was very sick 4 And doctor thought Id die 1 And mother couldnt smile at me I But It just turned to cry That was the time for promises You should have heard them tell The lots of good things I could have If Id get well 1 f But when the fever went away And I began to mend And begged to eat the goodies That Grandma Brown would send They said beef tea was better And gave my grapes to Nell I And laughed and said Your mighty cross J Since you got well Century 1 1 AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY 11 1 Dear Nieces and NephewsAunt I Busy wishes to ...

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. — 30 August 1902

ti 1Y < r I r sit 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 30 1902 I Womans World Dress Character and Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Reader ABOUT THE CARE OF A LITTLE GIRLS HAIR Marion Martineau In Chicago Tribune i The question of hair is as important to the little maid as to the grownup 1 oneThe The little girl of 6 finds her hair thin I and soft and with or without curl as nature may have endowed her I The first troubles which she experi ences come from dust and from the matting of the hair Then too her head is often sun streaked and the hair I I has a tendency to lie in long straggly I strands instead of flying softly and prettily A little girls hair should never be tI washed in ammonia nor should It have a chemical of any kind put upon it Even boracic acid is bad and baking I soda which is so necessary for the grownup head is positively injurious to the hair of the little maid The hair should be shampooed not oftener than once in two weeks and the best shampoo i...

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. — 30 August 1902

J 1 c THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 30 1902 7 i j I Some Tunny Stories X > i i I Told in Answer to What is i the Funniest Story You Ever Heard San Francisco Chronicle 1 An oldtime philosopher once said I that every man had at least one story to tell and most people today can bear I witness to the truth of the assertion I although it may be questioned whether it was born in a spirit of temporal ob I servation or in prophecy In the Dark Ages there were plenty of stories told but they came from the lips of the pro fessioual Storytellers and it is not in eudence that he stole them The sim I ple 1 fact is that as year after year and I century after century passed the habit t of telling stories spread until now there is no man alive who is not victim to the habit Mark the development of the story too from the simple tales of I Confucius to those keenworded narra tives of such men a Chauncey Depew 1 They havesome of them at least the matter of age In common but note the...

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. — 30 August 1902

I B I 1ii 8 THE TERMOUNTAIN AINU COLORADO CATHOLIC AUuU f 30 1902 i Intermountain Catholic OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 NTERMOUNTAIN 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 2 should send their subscriptions to this a office The paper wrapper will tell n when last payment was made also i the amount now due Bank checks postoffice order or money in registered t letters addressed to Intermountain Catholic may be safely sent We hope this notice served on all subscribers I will not only remind but prompt them to settle all back accounts i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + SALT LAKE 4 f 4 V 1Ii + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Ii IiIf CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD II I > Monday will be Labor day The trades unions propose to make a greater y er display than they ever did before If V Salt Lake Elks quite ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 September 1902

= I z I 111 t t 11 I U J Y i 1r eto7 wACa oho Amo wYOmi p A I oooooooooeoooooeOQQoooaooocoooooooooeooOoooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000000000o000ev00o00000v0Oev0eD Oooo000voevepoe00ev000000000 e a o S p u it o e ro e lSi 4odand Country t OQOooeooooctooooooooopoooooooooooooocooocooooooooooooooooo boooooooOOOOO90ee eooo oee eoeeeooooooooeeflooe aaoaaooo < Mieioanarna > > nnn 0op0 SL 4 Volume 3 No 49Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER SEPTEMBER 6 1902 A Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year d I i Agnosticism and i Deism Explained Hollowness of the Agnostics Answer to Faith I do Not KnowHerbert Spencer Rejected His Own Theories of the Origin of the Universe t Written for the Intermountain Catholic Modern unbelief which developed ngnostocism in the last century has i I f produced a twofold effect In the minds of the young it means liberty from all religious restraint or skepti cism In the minds of those who have passed the heyday of life whose thoughts are ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 September 1902

I 2 THE TERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC SEPTEMBER 6 1902 I i 7iL 1 Cl h I This i I I ijUfC the victory which over I I I LL tlniversa l faith world coiuetli tie tar J CHURCH CALENDAR I Sunday Sept 7 Fourteenth Sunday t after the Octave of Trinity St 1 Rose of Vlterbp Virgin I Monday Sept Nativity of the J t Blessed Virgin Mary Plenary 1 Indulgence J i Tuesday Sept 0 Conversion of St 1 Augustine t Wednesday Sept 10St Nicholas Tolentlni Confessor I Thursday Sept 11 St Peter Bishop Confessor i Friday Sept 12Blessed Columba O L P Virgin i Saturday Sept 13St Servatius 1 Bishop Confessor H I T Archbishop Corrigans Charity 1 A new light has been thrown upon the k I life of the late Archbishop Corrigan i i last week by the Rev J N Connolly fi I rector of the Church of Our Lady of K Good Counsel who was private secre r tary to the archbishop during the last f ten years of his life Father Connolly t took exception to the statement that Archbishop Corrigan had given his money to his family wh...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 September 1902

1 1 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC SEPTEMBER 6 1902 3 = Diocese of Denser OUB DENVER LETTER Opening of Parochial Schools Wit I nesses Enlarged Attendance Special Correspondence All the Catholic schools of the city opened their fall term on Tuesday morning The attendance atendance was even greater than last year and new schol It ars are coming in each day Several a new teachers have been added to the I faculty of the various institutions and I J numerous new branches have been added to last years course By this I time the students have settled down to work and the school year of 1902 nas fairly commenced As Usual the Annunciation school leads in point of attendance having t enrolled over 400 The Immaculate I Conception connected with the cathe dra has an attendance of about 250 S i and the Sacred Heart about 330 The I other schools connected with the par I JI Ihes are flourishing and the new Ital idn school on the north side numbers between 200 and 300 60 Sacred Heart colleg...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 6 September 1902

rEIiT I 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC SEPTEMBER 6 1902 Ill > I H INTERMOllNTAIN ATHOUL ESTABLISHED 1S83 i Tije Coloado Catholic ESTABLISHED USS4 Consolidated Oct 2 1899 c Published Every Saturday by The Intermouutain Catholic Co 249 Main Street Telephone 567 I 200 A YEAR 1 ADVANCE REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post affice or express money orders drafts or registered letters CHANGING ADDRESS Subscribers removing from one place to I another and desiring papers changed should always give former as well a present address gve CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED i The Reverend Clergy are requested to end to TH INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of inter J est to their respective parishes I Entered in the postofflce at Salt Lake City as secondclass mater H SATURDAY Sept 6 1902 SUA Sept w I W OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT 11 Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your favor I asking my approval of The Intermountain jl Catholic since Its establishment In this I 1...

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