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; j catholicIews cSIKeSI DENVER. . office of The Intermountain and Colorado Colo-rado Catholic, Sixth avenue and South Water street: Denver, Nov. 8. At the Graves of the. Dead. (Special Corri'ondenee.) ; The Catholics of Denver visited JTount Olivet cemetery to celebrate All Souls' day at the graves of their de-. de-. , parted friends. Nearly 1,200 people' : filled the special train which left the I'nion depot at -::50 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The unusually. fine day was ; 'partly responsible for the large num- :ier in attendance at the celebration. In : -addition to the people who went" from .-Denver by train there was also a large ': .crowd from the country around ihe f 'cemetery, which had come by carriage, making nearly 1,400 in all. The ceme- ,try was green and. many graves were i Mill covered with blooming flowers. The American flag floated over sev- 'oral graves, and had been used in drarj- - ing the temporary platform on' which . 'the Wrvi;os were conducted. Seven j graves were visited and blessed, some f t hi' Knights of St. John and some of j soldiers who had fallen in the Philip-i Philip-i pine and Cuban wars. Services were ; hrld at the platform, conducted by Father Callahan. Father O'Ryan spoke, taking "Immortality" as the theme of his discourse. The train returned to Denver at 5:o0 o'clock in the after-' after-' noon. I Sacred Heart Bazar. ; The bazar given to raise funds for the Sacred Heart church will secure prob- " ably $3..ri00 in the ten days ending next Wednesday, says Secretary George Dos-' Dos-' sal. The receipts during the week just closed show steadily increasing profits in every department of the fair. All sorts of articles are raffled every even- ins handsome canes, chairs, fancy pil- l.iws. beds, dolls, bric-a-brac. Cne of 5 t he most attractive prizes is a doll pal- j ' ace two stories high, furnished com-j ; plctcly and inhabited by fashionably gowneu puppris. l nc i-.uiii(Tmiyn iv ; this has extended even to the elder per- ; hins. ; A diamond ring will be awarded next Wednesday night to the most popular young woman. The Misses Mary Smith i and Ida Krigbaunt are competing for it. A ?W horn -chair will be. presented to j she society receiving the most votes and the contestant are the Daughters of 7 Erin. V'oman's Catholic Order of For esters, I,. C. U. V.. and the Ladies' Aid I society. - Joe Newman a Favorite. The many friends of Mr. Joseph Xew-m.iv. Xew-m.iv. will be pleased to learn that he is meeting: with unusual success in his .; profession. ; Mr. Newman has just filled success ful engagements in Keath's theatres in ; Philadelphia. Boston, 1'rovidcnce and I ? New York. Last week in New York the Denver colony turned out to give the old Denver favorite a warm receptio.n on his first appearance in the metropo- i lis. Among those who joined in gener- f ous applause to the genial Joe were i Mrs. Flitc h, . Mrs. . Fisher, Mrs. J. J. I Pyan. Mrs. J. P. Donley, the Misses I Fisher, the Misses Wilson, formerly of i Denver; Mr. T. D. Long, Mr. Harry 1 Fisher, Mr. T. K. Fisher, general pas- seiiger agent of the Colorado South- 5 era:" Laurence G iff en. Rev. T. H. Ma- J lone and a number of others ho ".ere I delighted at the success of Mr. New- man. Conahan-Holland. i The marriage of Miss Hannah Cona-1 Cona-1 ban to Michael J. Holland, was solem nized -at the homo nf the brother of ihe bride. James Conahan, oi Jtzu t ranium street. Rev. Father Robinson of Anun-ciHtion Anun-ciHtion church performed the ceremony. ; After the reception the newly wedded i ciuple went to Salt Lake on their bridal tour. DENVER PERSONALS. I Mrs. John F. Campion will receive j every Thursday from 3 to Tu Miss Stella McPhee returned this week from an extended visit in the east. Mrs. John J. Ryan returned on Sat-unlav Sat-unlav from an extended visit to New York. - It is reported that Denver will soon have a branch of the Knights of Columbus. Co-lumbus. Rev. Joseph Coriroy, rector of the cathedral ca-thedral at Ogdensburg. N. Y., is a puest of Father Carrigan. Mrs. Joseph P. Donley and daughter j have returned from New York, where i they have been for the past six months. Miss Marie Cijpin left this week for St. Louis, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Walter Allen at Jefferson bar-ra bar-ra ks. Rev. Father Morrin, pastor of St. F.anees de Sales church, returned home on Saturday last from an extended extend-ed visit to California. i ne marriage oi jion. i: 11. .Murray, "lie of the brilliant young members of she Cul.ira.do state legislature, and Miss Marie -ft. Ruins, 'eldest daughter of B Senator P.urns of New Mexico, will fake plac Nov. ll at the residence of the bride's parents. Suna Amarilla, N. M. Th- young couple will leave immediately imme-diately for a tour of the east. (St. Francis ;de Sales'.) Fath"r Morrin returned from Iris California trip last Saturday eveninjr. The Redc-mptorist Fathers were so kind and agre able to the people during his absence that the parishoners are F-'iry their pastor didn't take a longer .-aiion. in lieu of a sermon at both Masses on Sunday morning. Father Moriin Raw bis impressions of the srat ifvine: condition in which he found s!i- Church of San Francisco and vicin it.. Father Morrin went to see the arch-dioeesan arch-dioeesan Seminary of St. Patrick at1 M nlo Park, as well as paid a visit toi Stanford Fniversity at Palo Alto, the Jesuit. College at Santa Clara, Notre ! Dam- College for you ng ladies at San Jos-, the State Fniversity at Berkley, Hod St. Ignatius' College in San Fran-ch-o. In the las; mentioned institution F;.:h r Morrin was graciously accorded an . nit i raining exhibition of the wireless wire-less svstem of .telegraphy by the noted electrician. j,,V- . p,ell. S. J. St. Patrick's Seminary and Stanford Fni-t Fni-t l sity are only two miles .'-.part, and ti'.Ji faculties exchange friendly visits. '" In fact. I'rcsident Jordan has kindly f -fcii-d to ie-turc himself and have the 3ii.er nieinbers of his professorial stafi ectur;- to the students of St. Patrick's 1 agreeable to the president of the lat-.r', lat-.r', of course, the generous offer will e gladly accepted, as it is highly ap- Jireciatcd. At Santa Clara Father Morrin had :'ne pleasure of spending several enjoy- J bl hours with Father Leggio. wlm is jratefully and affectionately romem- jf i co uy tne i7o;iie oi ine Jiacrea iiearx parish in Denver. F.r the greater jiart of his pleasant !tay in San Francisco. Father Morrin vas the welcome guest of the hospit-ible hospit-ible Paulist Fathers, who. he was llcased to obsei-ve. are doing great and ;oi d work on the Pacific coast. Father don in felt lonesome after leaving Cali-ornia Cali-ornia and She dear fries d he met and . nade there, but when he reached Salt ake City Father. Larkin's bright smile ,;:d cordial greetfng drove all gloom way. Here also the itinerant spent a ouple of pleasant and profitable houts a the sanctum (JC.lh.liHtrmmnrtajn Catholic." where helmet Mr! TaVbet. and . M;. McGuire. rf .' - ' " Mr. William P. -Howe spent Saturday evening in Denver.;' en route from the Transvaal to Nashville, tTenn. In this city he. was the goies of Father Morrin, Mor-rin, both having come" from San Francisco Fran-cisco together. , : - On Saturday evening Assistant Attorney Attor-ney General Carey left for a few days' stay at La Junta, his former home. We are slad'to learri'that Mrs. T. J. Clark, Miss Mamie Russell and Mr. John Linder'are rapidly convalescing, and we hope for their early and complete com-plete recovery. t;?. , It is amongthe probabilities thaf the Pullman aid -Wagner Sleeping Car Consolidation will begin the erection of a branch establishment in St. Francis de Sales' iparish before long. A representative! repre-sentative! of the company lately came from Chicago; and; inspected several sites on the South Side. "It Is-reported that -he returned home well satisfied 'with locafiiy-and '.price. ' Bishop Matz, to the honor of our parish par-ish and the credit of his superior wisdom, wis-dom, has established the episcopal residence resi-dence in St. Francis de Sales'. Should the projected car shops be built here we will expect to have the new cathedral cathe-dral locatel in our midst. LEADVILLE. (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) Leadville, Nov. 9. Mrs. Sullivan of Salida is spending a few weeks in this city, visiting her cousin. Mrs. Pat Sullivan Sul-livan of Eayt iFifth street. Miss Mary Sullivan spent last week in Denver. Mrs. E. J. McCarty returned from Denver this week. Miss Katie Moran of Denver is visiting vis-iting her aunt in this city. Miss Margaret McCIukey expects to j I i'uu me w liner m ianiornia. Mrs. J. W. Foley is suffering from an attack of peritonitis but is not dangerously dan-gerously ill. The many friends of Mrs. Tom Walsh will be pained to learn that she is dangerously dan-gerously ill of pneumonia. i- Miss Maggie Cant well, who has been visiting Misw Ida McCulleugh, has returned re-turned to her home in Denver. Mrs. John McLean of East Fourth street, who has been very -ill for several sev-eral weeks, is again able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sullivan, who have been visiting their old home in Virginia for the past few weeks, returned to Leadville last week. Mrs. W. C. Walsh, who has been attending at-tending her sick mother at Seattle, is expected to return home as soon as her mother is recovering. The services Sunday evening were very well attended. The choir rendered some very choice selections. Rev. J. J. Gibbons preached a very eloquent sermon ser-mon on the gospel of the. day, which was very much appreciated. Mr. Patrick McShane" of 114 South Toledo avenue received a very painful injury last week at the Penn mine by a cave-in of bad ground. He was removed re-moved to his home raid medical attendance attend-ance summoned. He is recovering as fast as could be expected. On the first Friday of the month it j was edifying to see. the large number of i r.imirrminnt " Al-or "ft a -nr,yr- o r. l-i cA tho I Holy Table. The League of. the Sacred Heart is the largest spiritual organization organiza-tion in the city. Rev. Father Saile gave the instructions in the evening, and exhorted the faithful to remain firm in their devotion, and pointed out very clearly the many spiritual benefits derived de-rived from this society. MONTROSE. (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) Judge Gray has been making seme very flowery speeches. Montrose is very proud of its band, which was organized about ; four months ago by the Y'ounger boys. Hubert Lauzon is rapidly recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever. He was unconscious for a week. The school house is quite a handsome building since it has been enlarged. The High school has one of the new rooms. Miss Louisa Gray has just returned from a summer's trip in the mountain towns. She reports having a very pleasant time. The Merchants' Carnival which is to be given on Nov. 9 and 19, is expected ex-pected to be one of the greatest events of the season. .1 -i. The death of Mrs. Walter Flcmming last Monday morning was very sail. The community offers its sineorost sym- I pathy to the husband and children. We neglected to mention the return of Mrs. Reeves and children from the south. They enjoyed their visit im-mensly im-mensly with their, mother -and grandmother. grand-mother. DURANGO. George Weaver, one of our old-timers, is running on the Democratic ticket for county clerk. He was nominated by . acclamation, and if all signs don't fail, is likely to be elected that way. George deserves success because of his honesty hon-esty and liberality in all dealings with his fellow men. COLORADO NOTES. Bv Our Traveling Correspondent.) There were services at Ridgeway on All Souls day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bergner of Ridgeway are visiting friends near Ophir. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy of Denver Den-ver are pleasantly located at Ouray. Mrs. G. F. Anderson is the able organist organ-ist and. director of the choir at Ouray. Mrs. G. F.-.Anderson has kindly consented con-sented to be our i correspondent at Ouray. Ou-ray. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lewis are contemplating contem-plating to move-to Denver; this will be a great loss to Ouray. ' i ' f' Colonel Charles H.. Nix of Ouray, left for Chicago and Jtne east last Wednesday. Wednes-day. The colonel expects to be gone until January. Mr. W. Wittle of Rico was in Tel-luride Tel-luride on business and was the guest of the very hospitable Dr. and Mrs. C. W. De Lanway. . j Mr T .T Ouinn Is workintr hard for the election of the candidates for his j ticket. Mr. Quinn has become quite a J politician at Ouray." , I The Hon. ,W. S.' Buckley of Tellu-1 Tellu-1 ride, who has. been very , ill for several I months, has improved so as to be able' to be around,, and his hosts of friends ! are delighted, - . v ,. ' Rev. R. Broekbank, O.. P.. of -St. I Dominic's Church, Denver, will conduct a week's mission at St. .Patrick's ' Churchy. TeUux'ide.-lws:nninjr on next1 Funday "morning, Nov. 12. The zealous ..- ''' i i . missionary Father and the Rev. pastor pas-tor will leave nothing undone to make the mission a great success. Mr! and Mrs. McKennai of Salida, are here, and are making their home at the splendid home of Mr. arc! Mrs. A. K. . . Brown. Mrs. Brown is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McKenna'. Mrs. C. P. Goody and Miss O'Brien of Telluride. have kindly consented to be correspondents. Our subscribers may well be pleased as they intend to average them by their little notes. Mr. Vincent U. " Rodgers returned from an extensive trip east on Saturday. Satur-day. Mr. Rodgers says he had a delightful de-lightful time. The people of Telluride are pleased to see Vincent at his post and looking so well. Our old-time friend. Mr. Henry Lynch, is quite ill. Though his old age is against him his large circle of friends hope he may soon get well and be able to live quite a long time with his good and devoted family. -?- Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Morrissey entertained enter-tained at dinner on last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Frown, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. H. Meldrum, Mr. and Mrs. Morrissey, noted for their kind and genial disposition, made their guests feel at home. The management of the Intermountain Intermoun-tain and Colorado Catholic tender sincere sin-cere thanks to the subscribers at Ridg-way, Ridg-way, Telluride, Ouray, Rico, and pphir for the hearty support given, the paper, which, they concede to be the greatest Catholic paper in the country. The Feast of All Saints . was celebrated cele-brated with unusual solemnity at Ouray A large number receiving Holy Communion Com-munion at the 8 o'clock Mass. High Mass at 9:30, at which the choir rendered ren-dered Leonard's Mass with' good effect. On All Siuls day Mass. was celebrated at 8 o'clock, at which there were a very large number receiving Holy Communion; Commun-ion; at 9 o'clock Requiem High Mass, at which the choir rendered' the Gregorian Gre-gorian Requiem Mass:-' Ouray may boast of a good choir. ; Sopranos, Mrs. Otto Lewis, Mrs. G. F. Anderson, Mrs. Nellie Lewis, Mrs.' Frank J. Carney, jr.; altos. Miss Maggie -McLellan. Miss Mary Winters, Miss Philornina Rogers; tenor, Mr. Fred Schlater; basso, Mr. Murphy. - J. F. R.'