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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 14 February 1903

r I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 14 1903 j J t 1 i faDlTEO BY AufVJT 8 I I 1 4 I e t f I f Q i f FrT j I 4 r rT 1I 1 a II t V 1 l J I 1 LEtTER WRITING DIRECTIONS rite on one side ol paper only Do not havo letters too long I Adarcs all letters to Aunt Busy In eIIDJUuun CutnoUc A Little Boys Conscience I little Ihiit once was a dear little bad boy WIth A mother kind and true Who tried to impress onthe little man That doins right was the very best plan I In the wisest way she knew She told this dear little bad little boy of the conscience that dwelt within I That would pain him when he had been unkind And throb and ache wherrHe did not mind Her warnings and keep from sin A One day this dear little bad little boy Watched his mother out of sight Then he ate a mince pie out of its shell Twothirds of a cake and a glass of jell When he knew it was not right And soon this dear little bad little boy Felt sad exceeding sad When his mother came home she found him sick And he...

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. — 14 February 1903

i 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 14 1903 J Womans World Dress and Character Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Headers 1 I Miss Mary U They whispered Now that he is dead She will never lift her head And they spoke you soft and fair Led you home and left you there Miss Mary Not a tear you shed But when morning came you rose Calm as from a sweet repose With a sweet light shining oer you Set your little tasks before you Miss Mary Till the evenings close Many many years ago Did it happen you and so As you grew severe and gray Few remembered of the day Miss Mary When they laid him low And they said She has no heart Thus to keep her life apart That twas niggard to be seen Clad so plainly and so mean Miss Mary Knowing not your art Could they climb that star tonight Where the starving grannys light Vigil for your footstep keeps While for the witless stripling weeps Miss Mary They would judge you right But no more youll come today They have borne you far away And interre...

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. — 14 February 1903

T 11 jatest t Irisb news From Our Exchanges I Antrim jan j j engine room at the Queens I t an In I Belfast William Brown 33 d Island II 1 1 old of Everton street Belfast I 5 ear e jC8t accident by a fall and et with an I I l famed fractured ribs and contusions Ito I tU his back He was removed in the i r 1 ambulance to < to the Royal 0 hospital I i Additional information of a sensa I I i tional character connected with the I deaths of the two men Aaron Magill nd James Chesney is now forthcom I Ing The circumstances connected I iiiTh the sad tragedy which is one of the most sensational that has ever taken place in the district seem such as to baffle the ingenuity of the police The Press association is officially in fIrmed bv the honorable secretary of V Grind Orange lodge of Belfast that colonel Saunderson M P has tenderc his resignation as grand mas ter His successor will probably be a nted at the next meeting of the lodge The resignation is alleged to hi du to the attitude of a l...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 14 February 1903

8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 14 1903 Intermountain Catholic S OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 INTEBMOTTNTAIN CATHOLIO may be found en day of publication at following news stands Salt Lako News Co 71 E Second South street L E Eammel 49 E Second South street TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Having no agerrc 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 will not only remind but prompt them to settle all back accounts + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 SALT LAKE + 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CITY AND NEIGHBOBHOOD The 400 or so telegraph operators In the employ of the Associated Press i have signed a petition asking far an increase of 20 per cent in their salaries The men work from eight...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 February 1903

t r 1t i I J I e w kPp i iiZm7 oo I t L h ooooooaoooooooooooooooooooooooeoo o o < i i oo ooooooooooooco4occ itd Country = r Volume 4 No 21 Fourth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER FEBRUARY 21 1903 Colorado Catholic Nineteenth Year Captain Brown Is I Water Cure I I I Father Lambert Goes After the Self confessed Murderer of I Father Augustine de la I Pena I Captain Brownells attempt to justify in the death of Father his part fy the victim of the famous AUgustin torture has called forth ut atr i i scathing rebuke from the IbpfollWing f till New York Freemans editpr E journal in the last number of that raOer WI ha 1 rpin a marked copy of Bui11T1gtfl Vt News containing a flbnooj etatonipnt of exCaptain Brown Ell I describing the part he took in the the murdfr of Father Augustine in phJ1ippmf Burlington is the home of ibis self onfpfsed priest murderer nho has rushed into print with a view i of vindicating himself Brownells mor al may be judged by the total absenip if the slightest indica...

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. — 21 February 1903

I J H If r f 1 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 21 1903 j 7iiH 1 C LuJ9 b I This is I I I I 8 which the victory over 1 cometh the I Universal faith world oar Church Calendar Feb 22 Quinquagesima Sunday Feb 23 MondaySt Peter Damian Bishop Confessor and Doctor Vigil of St Mathias Feb 24 TuesdaySt Mathias Apos tle tleFeb Feb 25 Wednesday Ash Wednes day first day of Lent Fast Feb 26 ThursdaySt Margaret de Cortona Penitent Feb 27 FrldaYCrown of Thorns Fast Feb 28 Saturday St Anther Pope and Martyr Fast Ora Pro Me Ave Maria bright and pure Hear 0 hear me when I pray Pains and pleasures try the pilgrim On his long and weary way Fears and perils are around me I Ora pro me I Mary my heart is burdened Take 0 take the weight away Or help me that I may not murmur If it is a cross you lay On my weak and trembling heart but Ora pro me Mary Mary Queen of Heaven Teach 0 teach me to obey I Lead me on though fierce temptations I Stand and mee tme in the way When I fall and falnt my ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 February 1903

I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 21 1903 3 t l t piecese of Denser Li rn Our Special Correspondent < Fro death marked by unusual sadness A on Monday cd m Denver morn DIu Sister Mary Evangeliste de len ng v this ife after a short illness d jiarted UfZh istPr Mary Evangeliste has t1i health for some time dpl1ate IK < 1 jn sunday no immediate fears were 111111 Alined for her life For six years nter been identified with the Sacred hadI i thP ht 1101 and bad labored zealously 1Ilar kP 1t the splendid institution it j t ts Sister Evangellste was but 30 1 5id and had been a member of sear s rder of Sisters of Charity of Cin lhr M fm light years A few weeks nati f n attending to her duties as while Ii e ° at the SacredHeart school she f tea her ht a severe cbld which developed i rat pneumonia and ultimately caused i 1 pro S Gathered about her at the It the other Sisters of the con were I ct t who chanted an Ave Maria ash i l her last breaths Patience J Fh P drew resi...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 February 1903

if THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 21 THE rERMOllNIAIN 4TH0l1G ESTABLISHED 1899 Tqe Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED 18S4 Consolidated Oct 2 899 ESTABLISHED 1S39 ESTABLISHED 1SS4 Publifched Every Saturday by 215 Main Street Telephone 067 O A YEAR IN ADVANCE I REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders drafts or legistered letters CHANGING ADDRESSES Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should always give former as well a3 present address v CORRESPOND NCE SOLIC fED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATH OLIC news contributions of Interest to their respective parishes Entered In the postoffice at Salt Lake City as secondclass matter OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your favor asking my approval of the Intermountain Catholic since its establishment Inthis diocese I will State that I consider the JoundinjT of a Catholic paper in Sal...

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. — 21 February 1903

I nB N fbI < lVlUUN fAiN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 21 1903 1 Ft tOf Ill al I i lndn I n Ioe glln 1 111a L1 tfllty NDnco BY A UIJ B U5Y CPllt 5 ate p UrEts 7 I Li j j QUth ete Jj i UISIIl OtlJl j t t Sa i F P On 1 t e A I I I o estj 5000 how al I J j airs I j lents hers ere 4 r I I anPI I at Ifll Vot if for 1ETTEBWEITING DIRECTIONS Write on one side of paper only tarv Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Busy In ni5 Catholic nnouiain Iant rant en Her Name mry rn losted Could you find me please I > Find pr little frightened baby toy Tin wind has tossed her golden fleece of Th tone has scratched her dimpled 12 knoet I MlOjHd and lifted her up with ease for And softly whispered Maybe day ex Ti 1 11 me your name my little maid en 1 aiit find you without it sed My name is Shinyeyes she said I y ff but your last She shood her head I er 1p to my house ey never said I by A single fing about it ye J yed od Hut dear I said what is your name Vhy didnA you hear me ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 February 1903

I I t I 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 21 1903 < j i W oman S WoId Dress Character ana Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Reader Conquer Yourself Its no use to grumble and sigh I Its no use to worry and fret It is useless to groan or to cry Or fling yourtelf down in a pet Youll never be wise or be great If you bluster like bees when they swarm Tis folly your woes to berate And pitch like a ship in a storm I Dont get in a tantrum and shout When obstacles rise in your path And dontlet me beg of you pout By way of displaying your wrath Dont butt out your brains just to spite Some fancied injustice of Fate For time will set everything right If you only have patience and wait r The blustering wind cannot chill The lake though he ruffles its face But the frost with his presence so still Locks It fast in a silent embrace So you may win fame beyond price And conquer the world with its pelf If you only will heed this advice And learn to conquer yourself Helen Whitney ...

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. — 21 February 1903

T = T = = 11 I ith1sb t t n Ei W Doiiblin Freeman Weekly Jan 27 j A Truly Gallant Captain At 230 Ct m on Tuesday morning p jlolm 2 Clarence place watchman I board Hie steam trawler King Fish on j er amhfied in the Llffey at the city ilay opposite Petersens reported at pliege street police station that a jort time previously while watching tn deck he heard a splash about forty jards up the river and immediately afterward saw a man floating down I He threw out a line but the man did not catch iL He then shouted at the top of his voice for help and called on the < pfn to come forwad Tho raptain stated to Sergeant 13B ilia l he was in his bunk when he heard thp shout for help and came on deck at ojKO He saw the man struggling in tlP uaur and jumped into the river lit H about ten minutes struggling with th > man underneath the jetty 4ill he ihiol engineer threw a rope to them and pulled both of them out The were then taken to Sir Patrick J Pun f hospital where they were exam 11wrl ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 21 February 1903

8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 21 1903 Intermountain I Catholic I OFFICE 249 MAIN II TELEPHONE 567 INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake Hews Co 71 E Second i South street L E Ham m el 49 32 Second South I street TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Having no agent in Colorado Idaho ontana or Wyoming all in arrears should send their subscriptions to this n 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 will not only remind but prompt them to settle all back accounts + + + + + + + + + 9 + + + + + + + SALT LAKE 3 f 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD The big glass window plates were put into position Wednesday in the Keith block and the new company that is to occupy the premises has a warehouse full of goods ready to...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 February 1903

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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. — 28 February 1903

0 Lti 1 J JINr3j 1 i 2 L ne I1iIIVlUUNTAIN AillJ CULUIAVU sAIf11 iILi I ChUH L I This is UPC b the victory i which over cometh the Universal world oar I faith I CHURCH CALENDAR + I Mar 1 First Sunday of Lent Pas chal Time opens Mar 2 Monday St Simplex Pope and Confessor Mar 3 TueEcTay The Choir of St Peter at Rome Mar 4 Wednesday St Lucius Pope and Martyr Quarter Tense Fast Mar 5 Thursday St Casimire King Confessor Mar 6 Friday Feast of the Sacred Lance and Mails Quarter Tense Fast Mar 7 Saturday St Thomas of Aquin Confessor and Doctor Quarter TenseFast With Thee By Eliza Alien Starr How shall I follow thee my hearts be I loved Dear soul the twin of mine How cross these dismal wastes of sep aration And round thy pathway shine How lift to thy sad lips the cup of comfort How be thy oil thy wine How meet the swift temptation at the threshold With shield of faith divine I Talk not of written word or lightning message Too slow for loves behest Upon that wasted moment may be pending I Lif...

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. — 28 February 1903

r j THE 1NTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 28 1903 ti i I 0 > j i Diocese of Denser I Trresp Our Special Correspondent FrO appropriate ceremony the holy With aPJ Lent was usheredin on Wed 1 Feaso in of when i the Catholic churches of neda ere filled with devout con the C Ashes were blessed and thegatiOfl at morning and evening S 0strbUt On last Sunday the follow t erViCC for theob regulations f ef rule > and reg1l tons Ing of the Lenten season were I enalln all the churches i I 7ad FiritAJI 31 the faithful who have onpieted their twentyfirst year are I c legitimately dispensed bound to unle f P legimatel of Lent If Y cerve 0dAIl days of Lent Sundays j eptd are fast days of obligation t 1 on which only one full meal is per ted Ii blrdB dispensation flesh meat is at tic principal meal at all 1iiosd t 8 10 nf Lent except Wednesdays Fri dayS the Ember Saturday and Holy daV I ND jrdaY Swrda he use of fish with flesh j is forbidden at the same meal I 3tPat Sundays in Lent ...

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. — 28 February 1903

mm f 4 I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 28 1903 ii THE INn MOUNTAlN AJHOUt ESTABLISHED ISM Tije Coloiracto Catholic ESTABLISHED ISSt Consolidated Oct 2 1899 ESTABLISHED 1899 ESTABLISHED 1SS4 Published Every Saturday by 219 Main Street Telephone 567 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders drafts or registered letters CHANGING ADDRESSES Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring papers changed should alwavs give former as well as present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICTED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTER 1OUNTAIN CATH OLIC news contributions of interest to their respective parishes Entered in the postoffice at Salt Lake City as secondclass matter OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear SirReplYing to your favor asking my npproval of The Intermountain Catholic since its establishment in this diocese I will state that I consider the founding of a Catholic ...

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. — 28 February 1903

i = THE IN fERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 1903 5 I C I I II I 1 IIFi LA tc9 iP1A1iill 3Wk I I I 1ETTERWKITING DIRECTIONS I j w rite on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long I I Address all letters to Aunt Busy In trmouutain Catholic i I J Sailing Onward I I I am sailing onward onward I To my home beyond the sea I I hear the angel voices saying tome oh come u > with me j I am sailing onward onward Toward those portals bright I am drawing nearer nearer The city of eternal light And I hope to see my Savior With a smile to welcome me I When Ive crossed the long long river i To enter the Holy City I go sailing down the river Through the storm and gale 1 Hoping trusting praying ever But my little bark is frail Angels take me by the hands And safely lead me home Help me to always do Gods will And from His patch to never roam I And when I lay me down to sleep Angels oh angels aver your vigils keep If I should die before morning light And my spirit should take it...

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. — 28 February 1903

i 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 28 1903 I Womans f World Dress and I oman S riU Character Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Headers From Chicago Tribune It is now considered the best of good form to wear a patch Queen Alex andra has sanctioned it by appearing at an informal at home to her royal relatives with a patch upon her cheCk and to make the matter still more incontrovertible the society women ot Washington not infrequently war a bit of court plaster when dressed for the evening There is something coquettish ibout the patch the queens of other days found it a great aid to beauty and the kings favorite in the days when ro king was without such a feminine oer sonage usually could be found with a patch or two upon her cheek or orow or chin With characteristic enterprise the woman of today decorates herself with a bit of plaster that may be called an uptodate patch It is placed near her cheek or near her chin just ac cording to which may be her best fea ture...

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. — 28 February 1903

4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC FLLi1 < UAIY 25 1903 ii 7 1 Jat st 1bn WS Donblin Freeman Weekly Feb 14 I I Belics of Sarsfields Ride Brophy 4 Lock quay JLimfer r A llr has written to Mr A Killeen as j Sc1 S k has town clerk offering to present stant Eo new museum whIch it is pro 10 the erect in Limerick some inter sed to T ° relics which are supposed to ne second siege of Limerick f the dte from date consist of a horseshoe and the IhPse h t of a horses bridle both of an bit pattern They were found in the nt bed dent of the Shannon at Killaloe ten during excavations and are rs ago years iipved to have belonged to one of the J rsU in Sarsfields famous ride from hOrses JOr blow up Williams guns Llmerl < k to S oj Ballyneety It is known that the at lrih raxalry crossed the Shannon at 1fJ1aloe 10000 Fire in Portadown I Thp largest drapery establishment in Portadown owned by Messrs James riemins Co was destroyed by fire I early on Sunday morning Mr Flem shOP was the first...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 February 1903

rThS I I I 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 28 1903 f 1 Intermountain Catholic OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 I INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake Hews Co 71 E Second South street L E Hammel 49 E Second South street TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Having no agent In Colorado Idaho I Montana 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 I postoffice order or money in registered 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 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i SALT LAKE I + 9 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + L CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD 9 The Retail Druggists association of this city chose these officers at the an nual election last week J L Franken president George Reed vice president A...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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