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: ws of Xoiomko I GOD IS EVERYWHERE. 1 I soo Tli--'. LojM. in everything, g dn earth, in sky and sea. 8 glimild ihundpis crash or wild birds sing It is Thy voice to me. Th.- one proclaims Thy awful might The nt her Thy pemle swav. ' Thiit leads so many souls aright, Whim wrath, would lead astray. 1 m o Thee when the morning sun Is mounting o'er the hills; 1 see Thee when his course is run. And the west with glory tills. The bright roseate and purple, hues, ('an i-n nor brush portray. Or the soft -and' lender varied blues, I tissolving.imo Kray. . . Thy breath in early Spring, Thy love in summer's bkxim. Thv "wealtjr in . autumn's golden wing L'hy frovvn in winter's -gloom. ..-; me see Thee most, where n:ot Thou if rt, ' In t he Godlike human race. .. i me see Thy iikejiiess in each heart. And Thy image on each face. jlAK'JAHKT SCt'KMON WKSTF1ELD tlraiid Junction. Colo. , . DENVER. (Denver, Colo., Nov. 16.) lmver uffice pf jThe Intermountain and (Colorado Catholic, Charles Block, Oti tis iiiid Fifteenth, street. Passionist- Mission. The PasHouist Fathers .commenced a peas. m of miFsionary. .work in Denver by celebrating -mays' -at u:G0 Sunday I mm ning at;thi"r:Stout rtreet Cathedral. I Tlf re M ere many present,' even at this S early hour and at "the S o'clock ser- 111,111 standing room only was to be Mind. I Father Robert McNamara. president I of th, Passionist Fathers' Church. St. 1,,'uis. .is in. charge, of .the missionary j werk. assisted by Fathers BoniTaee and U.-tiry of St. Paul, Kan. In referring to the order to which Father liobcit belongs, he says:. "The. m der is only 100 years old and is jhiivfure quite modern in its makeup. ; is what you might call thoroughly up-to-date. Our garb is medieval, but our customs and beliefs - are fully abreast with the times. It requires fully ten years for even a well grounded ground-ed applicant to become a priest In our 'order and fifteen years to become a missionary. We make it a point to be thoroughly conversant with all mat. trs of interest to men of literature I and science, as well as o be trior-1 oiighly familiar with our religious doctrines. doc-trines. The object of our holy mission here is that all may profit by the ;ex- iraordinary season of grace." Services will be held at the Cathedral during the coming week, mass at 5:30 ' and b a. in., instructions for children at 4 p. m. and a lecture and devotional devo-tional prayer at 8 p. m.. Next week missions will be held at Logan avenue Chapel. Good Shepard Bazar. the committee having in charge the totalis for the fair for the' benefit of the House of the Good Shepherd are meeting with great success, and it is .-m'ticipated that the returns from the fair will be at least $10,000. A meeting was held at the Albany hotel Sunday afternoon to discuss the plans and progress pro-gress of the fair. Supervisor- Martin Jlitchell presided. Final arrangements were made to hold the fair for ten days, commencing Dec-. 7, at the Gettysburg Get-tysburg building. Season tickets will be ?1, single admissions 25 cents. The sale of tickets is already on. A prize content for the most popular youn?r woman and young man of the various parishes will be one of the features of the forthcoming fair. The committees having in charge this contest is composed com-posed of Father O'Ryan. P. R. Riordan and J. F. McNeill. ' ' The ladies' committee of the fair met on Monday at the residence of Mrs. John F. Campion. Tuesday evening the general committee held another meeting meet-ing in the parlors of the Albany hotel. "Walsh-Kelly. The wedding of Miss Lillian A. Val?h , and Mr. Thomas.,!!. Kelly on Wednesday Wednes-day Nov. 8. at the Church of the Sacred Heart, was a very pretty affair.- The bride wore a becoming gown of white ' batiste over silk and carried bride's r,F( ?, and her maid of honor, Miss Eva Turner, was prettily dressed in white over pink, and carried pink rosex The bride's little niece, Miss Marian-Spalding, was the ring. bearer, and Mr. C. J. Kelly, jr.; brother of the groom, acted as- best man. Supper was served after the ceremony to the bridal party and relatives at the home of the bride, after which the young couple left for their t own home at 263 Curtis street. The. b;ide is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' J. M. Walsh of "2S1S Arapahoe street, and the groom is the son of C. J. Kelly, v ho is well known in Denver business circles. The high esteem in which the . young couple are held was shown by the many handsome presents they re-j Celebrated Silver Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. J." E. Standley celebrat-j celebrat-j fd their wedding anniversary at their Champa street home Friday night. The two were married twenty-three years 42, when Denver hid but 21.000 inhab-j inhab-j itants and Fifteenth and Larimer s:nets was the center of the business i district. Tine Daniels & Fisher dry goods establishment occupied a two-I two-I .-nory building and it was on the soulh- ;' em edge of the commercial center. The j d-ad were then buried in the cemetery that occupied the hill of Highlands nar Fifteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. ' Standley were visited by many of their friends who extended to them the con- j gratulations due to the occasion. j St. Francis de Sales' Parish. The dav Admiral Dewey was marked mar-ked at Washington St. Francis de Sales' church witnessed the pretty n uptials of Albert .'A. Uerger and Edith l.ortz. The best man was August E. 1 C 4Un. rrv, w U'tlilfr i.i'lifl. uiuim'i - Miss Mina Foster, a Southside belle, added grace to the happy occasion in il'.e honored capacity of bridesmaid. The bride comes from St. Louis. After the newlv wedded oair received the l.-Kitv congratulations of their as-s-mbled friends the bridal party ad-iourned ad-iourned to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. Robiquet, 333 South Sherman street, where an elegant spread awaited await-ed them. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Magner are v- joicing ov-jr their good fortune in oi, tain ir a boarder. who has come to ' stay. Her name is Milfred Cecilia, .mo Ikt happy baptisini took place last Sunda:' afternoon. Mrs. W. L. Wabido, the estimable I v.-ife of a Chicago pharmacist, has ;i come here for her health. I Father Malone will preach at the 3 '.'::; mass on next Sunday. C. M. B. A. No. 2. St. Joseph's branch. No. 2 C. M. 15. A. of Denver. Colo., held a very interesting inter-esting meeting Monday evening, Oct. I 3". Hroi her Walsh in the chair. The reports of ofhVers showed a healthy, i financial condition and a steady growth J in membership. The branch is the sec- ond oldest in the state of Colorado and londucis its business in an admirable ! maimer. Previous to adjournment. Pa-other Joseph Dutton. on behalf of the brothers of the branch, presented la-other c. Leavv. financial secretary. secre-tary. With a beautiful gold watch ; f harm, emblematic of the order, as a J."kr,n "f esteem for his efficient and taithful services for the past three "'-ars. Brother Leavy responded Jn a , lew well chosen remarks, thanking the I mothers for their kind appreciation. Lie members then repaired to Chan- . fett ro?8 h"me and Partook of a hi i ?,m5!t' music and so"S occupied LeJv the veiling Brother gratin ui the l'ient of many con- i fnnrnlf i?nSr,aTld 0d-SIeds On his journey to Pittsburg. pa., where it is announced that he will shortly take one ?or bf ,a,rrt f-the L- c- B- A. ladies for his I, ride.- The lady in question be- Vrf . , a Parsonage than Miss Margaret-McEmel, one of the found-lo', found-lo', President, superintendent, state - deputy and representative to the supreme council of the L. C. B. A. of. Colorado. The young couple have the well wishes of the C. M. B. A. and life. in their jurn?y through The Late M. F. Egan. The many friends of the late M. F. Egan were pained to learn of his death which occurred on Sunday last in Chios Chi-os go. Mr. Egan. was for many years identified with railroad interests in Colorado and had ".endeared himself to a large circle of friends who will look uiHn his sudden and unlooked for dfjath as a personal loss. In many ways, Mr-. Egan was a strong man in Colorado and will 'be greatly missed. He was a Catholic , gentleman who practiced his religion arid was always guided in his conducjt by correct principles prin-ciples of life. The remains of the deceased de-ceased were brought to Denver where they were interred on Wednesday last. Richard Walsh's Funeral. The funeral of Richard Walsh was held from St. Mary's cathedral Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ' The funeral cortege "moved from MeGovern's undertaking" under-taking" parlors to the cathedral. Interment In-terment at Mount Olivet. Deceased was a brother of Michael and Patrick H. Walsh. . . ... : - , SOCIAL AND PERSONALS. j Rt. Rev.. Bishop Matz returnee! from Del Norte on Tuesday morning. Marquette commandery,' Knights of St. John, will give an entertainment on the evening of Nov. 23.' at Forester's hall," Eighteenth .and Champa streets. Frank H. Eorstadt, a member of the First Colorado volunteers and of the commandery, will deliver an address on "A Few Campaigning Experiences in the Island of Luzon!" The Denver' CityTrobp has issued invitations, in-vitations, to the first of a series of dances to be held the first Tuesday in each month at the Glenarm armory. The invitations already sent out are for Nov. 14. Mrs. Feter McCoui t gave a large family fam-ily dinner last week.' in 'honor of the birthday .of Mr. Peter McCourt. The table was beautifully decorated and in the center was the customary cake, holding as many candles as there have been summers passed by the guest of nonor. I Mrs. Joseph Matty has returned from I New York, where she visited her son, I Mr. Leo Matty, at Columbia college. Miss Ella Matty, who accompanied her mother to New York, remained in Miss Brown's school in that city. COLORADO'S FIRST CHURCH CON-. CON-. SECRATION. (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) Del Norte, Nov. 16. On Sunday last Rt. Rev. Bishop Matz of Denver had the extreme pleasure of consecrating for, the first time a church in his diocese. dio-cese. The church which was consecrated conse-crated on last Sunday is known as the Church of the Holy Name of Mary and is located at DeJ.N.orte, Colo. Rev. F. X. Tomassini.' S.' J.f Is the pastor of the church, which is a very pretty struc-tute struc-tute built of stone in the Romanesque stlyle of architecture. Bishop Matz was assisted by Father Phillips, his secretary secre-tary and a number of Jesuit Fathers from Southwestern Colorado. Bishop Matz expressed himself as delighted to be present on the occasion and complimented compli-mented very highly the work of the Jesuit Fathers. MURRAY-BURNS. Hon. Patrick Henry Murray of Trinidad Trini-dad was married to Miss Marie Km ma Burns of Tierra Amarilla. N. M.. this week. The wedding took place at Tierra Amarilla. Senator, ' Ci-simiro Barela acted as best man. The young couple will be at home to their friends at 217 ! Park street, Trinidad, Colo., after Jan. 1, 1900. . Patrick Henry Murray is a member of the s'tate legislature and a well known attorney of Trinidad. He is a popular man in his county and throughout through-out the entire state. Miss Burns is the eldest daughter of T. D. Burns, a member, mem-ber, of the. legislature of New Mexico for a number of years, and one of the largest sheep growers in New Mexico. The former home of the bride, where the wedding reception took place, was one of the -prettiest residences in Tierra Amarilla." Their summer home at Trimble Trim-ble Springs is also a magnificent place. The groom, is well known in Denver, "where he ; lias sxent much of his time during the past few years. A. 0. H. OF VICTOR. (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) Victor, Colo., Nov. 12. Yesterday-Father Yesterday-Father Malone of Denver, preached at the 9 o'clock Mass and also at the High. Maes at 10:30. In the evening a large gathering of members of the parish par-ish took place at the parochial residence resi-dence when Father Malone, assisted by Mr. Michael Lewis and Mr. B. Finn, organized division No. 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Victor.. Father Malone is the state president of the organization or-ganization and met with a flattering reception during his stay in Victor. The following were elected officers of the new organization: . - President,. Michael Hennessey; vice president, F. E. McCafferty; recording secretary. Basil' Hart: financial secretary, secre-tary, William A. Lowrey? treasurer, Anthony Kennedy; sergeant at arms, Cornelius Moore: sentinel, Thomas O'Brien; marshal, John O'Connell. Over twenty members were initiated and the division promises to be an unqualified un-qualified success. The cordial reception with which the Denver delegates were greeted has greatly encouraged the state officers to further effort. DURANGO. (Correspondence .Intermountain Catholic.) Durango, Nov; r. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connell are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl and no name was quite nice enough 'j "There will be a meeting of the ladies la-dies of the St. Columba's parish on Thursday afternoon to make final arrangements ar-rangements for a fair to be held the latter lat-ter part of the month. It is to be for the benefit of. Mercy hospital. There could be no worthier cause and it goes without saying that it will certainly be a grand success. . The laip election was a complete Democratic victory in La Plata county," every Democratic candidate on the ticket being, elected.. : We regret to learn that Miss Gertrude Ger-trude O'Connell is ill with typhoid fever fe-ver and her many friends sincerely hope she may recover speedily. Miss' Delia Stollsteimer will begin an evening class, in Spanish, tfcis week A new time card bnVhe Denver & Rio Grande railroad took effect Sunday. the rth inst. The train left at-U a. to. in--tead of 8:45 as -heretofore and arrived. 3 55 1 instead of 6:45. This will prove-a prove-a great convenience to Durangoites, as the time between here and Denvfer will j be shortened about four hours. '- LEAPVILLET : A Leadville, Nov. 16. Misses Katie and Nellie Gilgallon left for Denver last Wednesday. Miss Nellie ' will enter the training" school for nurses. Regina, the little daushter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Doran is very ill with typhoid pneumonia. . -' - . Mr. Bigley of Pittsburg. Pa., spent last week in Leadville. Mr. Bigley is a supreme trustee of the Catholic K. and Li. -of America. Miss . Lizzie Franeis isispendins her vacation in Central City. Mr. and "Mrs. Blake-of Central City have removed to this city. The 12-year-old son of Con Sullivan fell from a burro and dislocated his elbow.. ; , -. . ., , Jerry. Harrington of -'. East Tenth street, "was pleasantly- surpr ised by a large number of his .friends last Saturday Sat-urday evening. The evening- was passed away .by indulging in--various amusements! amuse-ments! . - ' ' i ' ' ' Mr. Rimsey of Ann Arbor, Mich., is visiting his sister. Mrs. J4 W. Foley. Frankie, thelittle son. f Mrs. J. Sullivan, Sul-livan, of Fifth street, has quite recovered re-covered from his recent illness. . Mrs. Drake of Cripple Creek is staying stay-ing with her mother, Mrs. Shea. Since her arrival in this city she has been very ill. , The Austrian fair was - continued some few , days longer than first contemplated. con-templated. The opening !addrerss was delivered by Father Perse. He spoke in part of the good effect this fair would have upon his Mock, in making them acquainted with the American people and abolishing thJeir national -bashfulness. He also spoke of the necessity of a parish for the Austrain .people of this city, usefua in,-making I them better citizens and acquainting their children with ways and habits of this country. Mrs. Dunn of West Seventh Sev-enth street also addressed, the. audience on the necessity of all helping to make the fair a success. , Father Healey of Gunnison was the guest of Father Perse during a few days of lasj. week. He also took in the ;fair. ' ' The conference for the priests of this district will be held at the parochial residence Mondav. -- The mortgage on the Church was canceled and the pastor expressed himself him-self most satisfactorily, and hopes to cancel the remaining debt. Deaths Child of Hugh' McGeehan died Oct. 31, 1899. William Deitz, died Nov. 7; age 44 years. Patrick Brady died Nov. 7, age 10 years. Patrick Pomeroy died Nov. 4, age 19 years. Mike Blake died Nov. 6. age 49 years. Catherine Kennedy died Nov.- 13, age 50 years. Lilian O'Neill died Nov. 13, age 4 years. GRAND JUNCTION. Divine services at St. Joseph's church on Sundays; low mass" at S o'clock, high mass and sermon at 1Q:30 a. m. Sunday school after-. the high mass. Vespers and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. M. Conway, pastor. .;' Mass every morning at 6:30 in- the chapel at St. Mary's Hospital. $ The ladies- of the Altar Society are contemplating giving little parlor entertainments en-tertainments twice a month during the winter months. . Miss MvO. Roberts is visiting in. the east. - ' . Mr. J. Fred Roth, representing The Intermountain Catholic, was here in the interest of that able journal. Mr. Roth did well here. , There was a little stranger arrived at the cosy home of Mr. and Mrs. M: J. Walsh on last Wednesday. The little daughter came to stay. Mr. George- Wistfield will start for 'Klondike in the near future. There is going to be a boom here this winter, not only in the air, but here in town. On the morning of Nov. 8 occurred one of those quietmarriage ceremonies which bring joy to the heart of the Pastor of Souls, because, being in accordance ac-cordance with the regulations of the Church. He knows that they are best calculated to ensure the temporal and eternal interests of the contracting parties. Prepared by the' Sacrament of Penance for the abundant reception of God's choicest gifts, Mr. -Frank P. Friedman and Miss Ida May Leach were married in. St. Joseph's church, and during the Mass which followed, received Holy Communion and the nuptial " blessing enjoined by the Church. There were no gaping' spectators, spec-tators, no rollicking feast,.- no presents. Only the immediate friends were pres-" ent. and a quiet breakfast at the home of Mr. Dan Friedman made a fitting finale to a quiet Catholic wedding. After Af-ter breakfast the newly married couple repaired to the oozy little home already prepared to receive them on the outskirts out-skirts of the town. Miss Leach is a convert, and the occasion 'of her marriage mar-riage was that of her first Holy Communion. Com-munion. The Inter-mountain Catholic unites with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Friedman in wishing them many pleasant returns of a pleasant 7th of November. $ Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baker of Grand Junction have gone to Minturn to live. Mr. and Mrs. James Craddock entertained enter-tained a few friends at their home on Monday evening. , Grand Junction beet sugar prospects are boominer. " " Mr. John j Sullivan of Denver was here on a: business trip. ; Mrs. Joseph Wedman has kindly consented 'to be correspondent for our journal at Grand Junction. Our subscribers sub-scribers will be pleased, as they are aware of Mrs. Wedmen's humor. Mr. Edward . J. Jennings of Denver-was Denver-was here on Thursday, attending- business. busi-ness. Mr. Dani'l Friedman and family have located in their new, cosy home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wedman have located in their new and. : beautiful home. " Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haskell have located lo-cated in their magnificent new home.