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I DENVER. . ' , St. Joseph's. . ..., ? . ., -'The presence c, j,,zens of his closest i ' friend at the funeral service Sunday j A ftfrnvRn over the body of Charles H. J,' Sahm attested strnngiy, and better . than words themselves, to the -worth in -which the deceased had been held. Mr. Sahm died Friday morning of i congestion of the lungs, after a very brief i linos?. He had for years been rs one of Denver's promim-nt newspaper . men, and at the time cf his sad demise ) "was a member of the Nnvs' local staff. " The services were held in St. Joseph's I ofiiurch. Father Brandt, -officiating, as- ! y sis-ited by Father Louis Krander. Kep- rfHentative of almost , all the profes-: ; sions were included in the congrega- ' "" 5, 1 ion which listened to ih eloquent f words of the pricet and the solemn i ' music. j 1 , As the party entered the portals, l Father Hrandt met it and led the way I ' to the altar, before which was placed I i " the caskt-t, almost hidden from sight , it,'. by the abundance of.ilowers, tokens M . from those who had valued the friend- i I 1 ship and esteemed the worth of the.3 ' young man. The strains of "De Pro-,1 fundis" from the cihoir accompanied the J ; pawag-e of the funeral party up the 1 ; sweet music of the "Libera."" J L After Ihe chanting- and reciting- i the prayers, the celebrant made a few j appropriate remarks. He spoke of the A deep sorrow of the community oeca- . 1 sioned by the death of Mr. Sahm. The i deceased had. by his many virtues, en- ; joyed the highest reputation in the . estimation of all that know him from ,.' the chief magistrate of the state down ' I to his lowliest friend. . He was de- 1 i voted to duty. "While reporting for ', his paper on the previous TutsdnJ- )A u'sht. he was suddenly taken sick. A Wb-M troubled him then va the A . though that his unexnected illm.vs ; i X might cauw inconeenience to the Jt ' I'aper, and hf did not rest till reas- ',," sured that all was -well. He was up- 1 right, honest : he loved the truth. When, j on his sick bed. the fullness of divine V truth and revelation was made known a t t. him,, he willingly and gladlv uc-eel.ted uc-eel.ted It. - , J The press is a noble profession, and no man of mean, Tow clv-iracur has any place in it. Only such noble characters -i as the departed had been should on-'' on-'' tape m it. Holy church does not forbid us to -weep over our dead Christ, the God-it' God-it' man, sheil tears at the tomb of Laz- arus. and as he recalled his friend to ! life, f i Mother Church offers prayers (I to God, so that he might soon admit v A to life eternal our departed loved ones. I Mindful that even the "just falls seven I limes." and thait we till are apt to for- i i . T-. , get the infinite justi-ce of . God, s.he " tt-achts that nog-letted penance must - 1- done after this life before the soul is ushered into the presence of the all- j ; hly God. What a consolation for us i to be assured by faith that we are a Die to chow our love for dear one, even M wbe nthey have departed from this I ' life that Gid accepts our penance in their bcShalf. "While cherishing the . lMcniory of the deceased, we should en- ' deavor to imitate the good qualities we : noticed in him, and should pray for the 1 eternal reoose of his soul. After the prayers, Mr. W. T. Raven- ; Mil sang "Calvary," by Rodney. The A' members of the choir were Mrs. F. P. 1 Johnson and Misses Edson, Mr. Fred l . P. John-sen, Mr. W. T. Ravenhill and ' A :Ir? Th .mas Sulljvan. Many of Mr. Sahni's old associates, despite their du- !' ties, were present long enough to pay , h iheir final respect to deceased. i.l Many floral tributes had been sent Hi by friends. Among these were gifts jj irom his many friends and acauaint- 5 I inces at the state capuoi, irom his as- so j.ites on the Denver newspapers, ' i, t."3 -.-hers of fhe Covlett sc-fiool : at ('beyTnne. where Mrs. Sahm -was formerly principal, and from the boys 'i S and iris cf Mrs. Sahm's school at Cherenr,.-. ; The pail bearer? were Henry L. Wil- ber. W. i;. Freeman and E. Bert Smith i 'I if ihf N. ws. Alvin Steinel of the Re- t? ;4 jtu'oiican. D. H. Wilson of the Post and V William Shepherd f the Times. jj May he rest in peace! 'i A very pretty wedding took place i t" in St. Josf,.h's church last Wednesday, ? '1 u-hen Mr. Joseph Hockethal led Miss : J Mat tie Trout in the altar. The church ' was decorated for the occasion by ad- . !! miring fri nds. Father Grander pcr- termed the ceiemony. j i St. Patrick's. i ;i St. Patrick's school opened thie year I l with a very marked increase in at- p tend-anee. The problem for the pastor t'-yi v. ill be how to accommodate the chil- ' dren without additional biuldings in I'fjj t'iie near future, f ' J " Four of the graduates , of St. Pat- .J rick's school entered the second aca- i " j! demic course in the Sacred Heart col- lege, two entered the high school, and 'j 1 two more erured St. Mary's academy. "I The peipi-- ...f St. Patrick's parish are I jj jus;l- proud of their school, and con- j j se'iuently ghe it their heartiest sup- I f I; liort and ein mrairement. 1 j j High mas.- of reQuit'm will be cele- J ( bra.ted in St. Patrick's church Thurs- !ff' day. Oct. .". ! 'l- the repose of the soul . of .Mrs. Ilessi- Doud. Her funeral took .ip1 j!aee two v.e,.ks ago, ith u solemn ."j high mass of requiem, from St. Pal- V riek's church. - Rev. V. A. '.'Neil. O. P.. will return I I;' this week to Xew York, where he h.t V' I ' . boen located since his ordination. ; 1 : Father )"" :l is- a nephew of the ! j astor of St. Patrick's, with, whom he I( i;;:s been spen iing the summer months. J He was form, rly a student at the (I S.nred Heart eollege, before entering I , th..-Dominican order. He has improved I :j t-T. ally in hea;:h during his vacation s ia Denver. iJ: SL Maiy's Cathedral. i f ,' James J. Conn-Uv, a member of corn- it j . -' , vt Iny of the Colorado volunteers, canie back frot. i Manila with his rei'i- j I I itoiu. Pirectly after his return he ! " so;:g!it and found employment in a j f !, b oiler shi in th .- city. While at work ' ! the early part of last week he was j I , , fatally injured. When the accident oc- i , caned the yout'-;- man was taken to the county hosi ; il, where he lingered i ';Jvi a c-ouple of days. Father Urandt. C. V. i j P.. gave him t'h.o iast sacra.ments, and I F re.-nained in consunt attendance until . 5-i!!' the end" came 4 'a Friday morning the : f ' ! body was takfti to St. Mai y's ea- j !' , i thedral. where a h.gh ma as of requiem was offered for ti repose of his soul. .J a large number ..r the dead soldier's j d o;nrades bel'ig i'i attendance. Father , f j i C;i,lanan omciaio, jmi paia a losien- " '. 5ng tribute to th- yuunjr hero. Tiie music by the -friir was exceptionally A1;. line. The flora 1 tokens were numerous : Vr . . -i i "oe-uitiful. prominent among thni i S "was "l:" in r. -. s, from the dead sol- J A"A ' d'er's comrad. s. On Saturday morn-, i g the remain.- were borne by train to j t. olivit -on. ier wnere they were, j . ,1 ay t await tbe final reveille. , I ,1 '.-y he rest in peace. r- K lather Heah-v, ate assistant at St. JJ - ' i" - ary's. has bem assigned to the pas-1 pas-1 . i "' ral charge of Lake City. While sorry j J Jose him, his ruxnerous friends con-j con-j 1 f atulate the y..ung rrit on his mer-1 mer-1 -, promotion. Father Healey is ie-11 ie-11 oded by Father Duffy, tbe locum te-t te-t j ns at Idaho SpHnsrs during Father 'i f ,-t'abe's absene.' in the cast. " ) 1 On Friday evening & last week 1 Fafhcr Gallanan. out energetic rector, A ' ; " rt t for New York on a trip combining ; ,) business v.itn pleasure. We mill ex- J pect'to lind in the next issue of the i Cathedral P.ulletin a account of ' ,! ale. great yacht race, given in his in- i tmitable style by an enthusiastic eye- j ij 'VKevS Tn.iomas Fitzgerald of Marshall- I I t.wn, la., stopped off in Denver the i 1 jtter part of la-st week, fn route to ; II Oleiiwood Springs on a fhrt visit to r AJ . , jus cousin, Rev. D. s. O'Bes'cy. Father Fitzgerald said 6 o'clock mass in St. Mary's cathedral on Sunday morning, and then resumed his westward journey jour-ney by way of South Park. On Sunday evening Rev. Frank O'Neill, O. P., of New York, preached an eloquent sermon in the cathedral. I Although ordained only a year. Father I O'Neill already occupies a high place in the or.der of preachers. I P- V. Carlin, M. D., has moved into bis $30,000 residence. Stout and Fourteenth. Four-teenth. We congratulate Dr. Carlin on this latest evidence of merited prosperity. pros-perity. St. Francis de Sales' Parish. A pretty wedding came off in St. j Francis de Sales' church on Sunday j last, when Father Massin tied the nup-l nup-l tial knot which united until death doth them part Michael Reardon and Mary ! Downey. Timothy J. Sullivan was best man. while Miss Eilen Reardon acted in the proud capacity of attendant attend-ant maid. Miss Inez Brown presided at the organ. The happy pair are popular pop-ular members of the circie the. move Hi, and we wish them a pleasant voy-agejmithe voy-agejmithe tn-san of matrimony. Will and -Jerry Crawley, two of our best boys, left" ui- their ranch near Elbert on Monday 'morning, to help their fnfhm- tVivumi. .v. ,....., e turnn. Both brjtu-r received lioLv communion before starting. --On Monday night Mr. Gregory Ask' started on his return for Ouray, alter spending a Yry pleasant week with the other members of his family, whom he had not seen for a year. - . The people of the parish 'were sur- i prised to learn that the Colorado Catholic Cath-olic will hereafter be published jn Salt" Lake City, under the name of the In-termountain In-termountain Catholic. They don't mind the new departure, so long as Father Mahme continues as editor. Were it not for this gratifying feature of the Interrnountain Catholic, it would appear ap-pear in their eyes pretty much as grown-up sons and daughters look upon a brand new stepmother. I I We are glad that Mrs. Quinn of Ne- : bras.ka has come to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Daniel P. ' Carey. Next Sunday the late mass begins at j 10 o'clock. At its close Right Rev. P.ishop Matz will confirm a class of j sixty-Jive persons. Denver Personals. Right Rtv. Pishop Matz left on Sunday Sun-day evening for Santa Fe, to invest 1 Archbishop Bourgade with the pallium j on ttie following Wednesday, the feast .f St. Frfnri. thia matrnn coin tht Santa Fe cathedral. Bishop Matz was accompanied by Chancellor Phillips, who preached the English sermon at the investiture. s S i Health Commissioner Carlin got i home from Xew York on Sunday morn- j ing. just in time for mass. Although enjoying himself while away, he says "mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam," in his estimation tnere's no place like Capitol Hill. vS f. J Father Whelan's Denver friends have only the tenderest sympathy for th3 beloved priest in the heavy loss he lately incurred by the death at Chicago of his venerable father. Thejare glad to learn, however, that the sorrowing j son reached home a full day before the dread summons came. Reisnlar high mass was said as usual on Sundae last. The choir rendered Peter's Mass in D. Rosary and the Litany of the Blessed Virgin was said before mass. . f. s Mrs. Rrinkman and daughter of Brainard's camp attended mass in Boulder Sunday. tv .s Mr. Louis O'BrU-n spent carnival week in Denver. Misd Bessie Carroll, who has been staying at the academy for several w eks. left on Saturday last for her home in Chicago. 'Mrs. Alice Hlskey and two children and Mrs. Charles Snider have teturned from visiting friends in the east. ( & Mrs. Peter Brennan and her sister-in-law. Miss Mary Brennan, went to Denver Friday morning. Miss Brennan went on to Lake City, and Mrs. Brennan Bren-nan returned home Saturday evening. , ?' -f' Master Irving Feenely has added his presence to the crowd of carnival attendants. at-tendants. Denverites "Will Go to Golden. The coming Sunday, Oct. S. a large crowd will go from this city to witness the great solemnity incident to the laying of the corner stone of the new St. Joseph church in Golden. In addition addi-tion to the regular trans leaving at 9 and 11 o'clock, another, and the excursion excur-sion train proper, will leave Tenth and Champa streets at 2 o'clock, consisting of sufficient cars to accommodate all comfortably. On board this train will ut- jnis jjuru.xnip ine jiisnop. wno aside I of being the celebrant, will" also address the crowd in words appropriately lifted I to the occasion; the clergy Jesuit, Re-! Re-! uemptorist, Dominican, Franciscan, j and secular, all beir.cr represented most I creditably, notably the Dominican order, through its Superior. Rev. F. Brockbank, who will deliver the principal princi-pal oration, and whose eloquence none question: as also the Knights of St. John in full dress uniform, and who by the way, will, after the ceremony, give an exhibition drill on, or near "the grounds ere the train returns to this city, due at Tenth and Champa streets .'it 6 p. in. His honor. Mayor Rubey of Golden will deliver the address of welcome, wel-come, the city council will be present, the Woodmen's band has been engaged to furnish the music for the procession, to be formed in honor of His Lordship, the Pishop, and. to whom the Sir Knights and St. Francis Benevolent society will act as special escorts, followed fol-lowed by the laity in general, St. Elizabeth choir will render Mozart's "Gloria" and what other religious music is necessary, ali of which can but tend to the one object edification to whomsoever may happen to be present, pres-ent, questioning neither creed nor color. General lloran will be chairman in chief, and a reporter has been engaged en-gaged to take notes for the press. Tickets, round trip ."0 cents, can be had at Franciscan Father's- monastery, good for any train, however, on that day only. . This will certainly be one of the most impressive ceremonies ever witnessed .-.Mi.JantL- ,.f I'.nliinn nn.l r.rotiim-ikl- j many of our citizens have flnfortunate-' flnfortunate-' ly not become conversant with the like j of it. Every precaution is being taken ( that not the slightest matter may occur to mar the solemnity, and Providence j willing, everyone may, upon his return, ; find himself a better, a wiser man, for having been present on that memorable memor-able event, memorable especially, as i the ditliculties have been surmounted in, erecting another of "God's houses" where so badly needed. Feast of St. Francis. As usual, the feast of the Great St. Francis was again observed in the Great St. Francis was again observed in the beautiful manner, characteristic of all special occasions in this church. One would suppose that having been present once, would satisfy any desire for suggestions of improvement, since seemingly, on each successive feast, every small detail cf a religious character char-acter is carried, but each time . some new feature adds to the impressivene!" of the solemnity. This year eclipsed any former one, best attested to by the large crowd present, honoring the scraplig Father, by reception, of the sacraments, and visitations to the church, praying for the intentions of n i I the Holy Father, thereby gaining a plenary indulgence. This privilege does not confine itself to members of ihe Third Order, but extends to the all faithful, and naturally has proven quite a boon .to the "Poor in Spirit," who would gain the "kingdom of heaven." Of "course, Rev. Father Francis, who, for thirty-three years, has ministered to : his Hock, feels the approach of declining years in this long service as a true follower of St. Francis, yet upon each Oct 4, it is apparent, that he gathers new strength and j energy, to tide him over for another twelve month. That his services are appreciated by his people he no longer ! doubts, the reason for which, he can best certify to. as was shown in the manner, by which ha. was honored and entertained by the children of the school and their elders, his friends, and they are legion. He was also kindly remembered in many other, more fundamental fun-damental ways, gift of recognition, best appreciated by himself, who has grown old. and gray in the many years-of years-of hardship as a -missionary of a score and a half years in this country. We wish for you. Father, many returns re-turns of the day, marked by increased health, rest and happiness, ever living . in the kind remembrance of those j whose best friend you were, e'en though j "they knew you not." and may heaven's . choicest blessings crown your labors. One of the sweetest weddings that ' evtr, graced the interior of St. Eliza- i)cth's Took, place last Monday, Oct. 2. j Fea"St-Jioly Guardian Angels, of Miss I Ella Weittee and Mr. Anton Kers- ; I tiens. 'Twas" ipdeed all-that could i have been desire'dAto make it a truly ! Christian entrance urr sledded life, doubtless doubly sweet 'In its -complete arrangement of simplicity and unpiC-tentiouAdeineanor. unpiC-tentiouAdeineanor. No auspicious out--line characterized by ostentatious demonstrations, but the quiet of "peace and good will" reigned throughout all. Whilst hearts beat with the sensation incidental to such an event, silenet lips whispered fervent "Amens" to the dictations dic-tations of the celibrant, and when at Holy Communion, the attendants, four in number, received with the bridal couple, it made all think that, truly, such was the advent cf marital bliss. Many friends tendered congratulations congratula-tions after mass and all unite in wishing wish-ing the popular young couple many years of unbroken happiness, in the true sense of the word, and as the church pronounces upon them. Rev. F. Celsuo Murphy. O. F. M., of the province of Buffalo, is stopping with the local Franciscans to recuperate failing health. TfA TTTTT T "C Mr. and Mrs. James Madigan are sojourning at Glenwood for a few weeks. '$ Mrs. Kate Shea left last Sunday evening to spend several weeks in Denver. Den-ver. ? 4 ; Mrs. Harrington and son, William, spent Sunday in Glenwood. ' ! Miss Celia Cloonan left for Denver last week to attend school at Loretto Heights Academy. ... On Sept. 22 the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. McDonald was gladdened by the advent of a. baby boy. 't 'f' v Mrs. Kolsch and daughter, Irma. have returned to the city, after an absence of several weeks. i Mrs. Jamec Crowe spent last week in Denver, attending" the Festival of Mountain ar.d Plain. v; Miss Lydia Donovan left Sent. 24 for Denver to attend the carnival, after which she will go to -her home in the Kat. Mr. Harrington and daughter, Agnes, spent carnival week in Denver. ?- Miss Neoma O'Brien, of St. Louis, who has been visiting Mrs. Winters Morrell for a couple of weeks, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, of East Tenth street, are spending a few weeks in Clenwood. i . . Misses Annie Kenedy, Mamie Hopkins, Hop-kins, Annie Hopkins and Adelaide Mc-Mullen Mc-Mullen attended the Denver carnival. f ! Mrs. Joe Doyle is lying dangerously ill at her home on East .Seventh street with typhoid pneumonia. S j- Mrs. Tom Corbett came from Victor last week to join her husband, and they have taken up their residence on East Seventh street. S $ Mr. Jerry Dooley, of Aspen, came over to attend the funeral of his late friend, William Little. $ v Mr. Joe Poland has returned to the city; after having spent a year in Victor Vic-tor with his sister. sfc -i ,8, Mr. and Mrs. Georee Chase, of T?oh- I inson, are in this city. Mr. Chase was ' taken dangerously ill and was brought J here for medical treatment. I Mrs. R. IT. Blose and mother will I arrive in Denver from the East and j will return to Leadville after the carnival. car-nival. Mrs. Blose's mother will snend the winter here. i 5 $ Mrs. Driscol and Mrs. Maloney spent last week at Glenwood Springs. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Homer are spending spend-ing the week in Denver. ! Mr. Hayes, brother-in-law of Judge Glynn, is visiting from the East. ? Mrs. Joe Quinn, of Victor, is visiting with her mother, Mrs. McCloskey, of this city. . 8 3 $ Misses Maggie and Lizzie McMahon spent carnival week in Denver. v i - Mrs. Mike O'Neill, of East Fifth street, entertained at dinner some of her friends on Tuesday, Sept. VJ Mrs. De Wire, of East Seventh street, underwent quite a severe surgical sur-gical operation at St. Vincent's Hospital Hos-pital last week. For a few days her life was despaired of. Her many friends will be pleased to learn that she is now in .a fair way to recovery. ? v A young lady at the head of East Seventh street had a very narrow escape es-cape from what might have proved to be a very serious accident. While out riding with a gentleman friend, the I horse took fright and became unmanageable unman-ageable and threw the gentleman out, but the young lady, with rare presence of mind, caught the lines and succeeded succeed-ed in quieting the animal. She fortunately fortun-ately escaped with a few bruises e s Miss Mary O'Keefe entertained a small party of friends at her home on East Sixth street Friday evening, Sept. 22. The evening was spent most pleasantly pleas-antly with cards, games and music. Light refreshments were served and a most delightful evening was spent. The following were among those present: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. James Melley, Misses Nellie O'Melia and Sadie Sullivan, Messrs Pat McCarty, Pat Nugent, Dan Devinnev and Ed Kelly. & $ S Last Sunday a party of young people spent the day at Glenwood. Mrs. Walsh acted .as thaperone. Ali report'having had a pleasant time, and hoDe for mehy moue occasions of like enjoyment. The following persons were in the party-Misses party-Misses Addie Lappin, Mary Murray Katie Golden, Nellie O'Melia, Teresa Mahoney, - -Annie Dougherty, Nellie Murphy. Mary O'Keefe. Messrs. Rich Mahoney, Frank Roland,- George I Warde, Jerry Mahoney, Dan Devinney, ' Tom Fitzsimmons and John Mahoney. j ! Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sullivan leave Oct. 2 for an extended trip through the EastJ They will visit their old home in Mary-? land and South Carolina, and intend-to be absent from Leadville for, -several months. $ $ j ' The C. K. L. of A. held a special meeting on Sept. 19, in Sodality Hall. ' Miss Neoma O'Brien, of St. Louis, ad-! ad-! dresswl the meeting on the objects ar.d aims of the association. The meeting . was called for all Catholics, for the in-j in-j tention of increasing the growth of the organization. A large crowrd was present, pres-ent, who listened very attentively to the talented lady, and no doubt her speech will add many more new names to the present large membership, i Mrs. C. A. Hanifer and children have gone to Canyon City for the benefit of their health. " ? ! Among the visitors to Denver last week to attend the carnival were the following: Miss Mamie Doyle, Tom Keating, Mre. Charles Burns, Mrs. Harrigan, Mis. Tim O'Neill, Mrs. Mike Roland, Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. James Mulligan, Mulli-gan, Mrs. Dempsey, Miss Katie lie-j lie-j Carty and Edward McCarty, jr. 5 ' I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sweeney of East Fifth street left Leadville last week for Denver, to spend a couple of weeks. From there they go to Victor to make their future home. Mr. Sweeney intends in-tends to go into the grocery business. His many friends here wish him success suc-cess in his new enterprise. v- One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place Sept. 25 at the Church of the Annunciation, where MisR Marie Teresa Slavin became the bride of Thomas Greeley. Both of the young people are well known, and have hosts of friends who extended their hearty congratulations. Miss Belle Slavin. sister of the bride, and Mr. Mike Newman acted as bridesmaid'and groomsman, the bridesmaid being tasifHy dressed ircblue and carrying a beautiCal bouquet of "flowers. The bride looked "tvji'ming in a beautiful gown of white silkand chiffon, and. carried a bouquet, of V'te bride roses. The ---ceremony . .was performed by Father Gibbons. Little Beryl v?onner. in the costume of ... a fairy, me the bridal couple as the descended frym the altar and presented ai basket oJ" beautiful white flowers. This partof . the ceremony was a pretty and pleasS ing surprise to the happy couple. A sumptuous breakfast was served at the home of the bride to the relatives and dearest friends by Caterer Miller. After the breakfast they took the train for Denver, where they spent the remainder re-mainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Greeley will also visit in other parts of the state before returning to Leadville. AMETHYST, CKEEDE AND BACHELOR BACH-ELOR Mrs. C. A. Weber and the three children chil-dren are expected home from Telluride this Saturday, Oct. 7, where they have been visiting and having a good tim in general for the past six weeks, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Margosskiie and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Servis. Mrs. Servis and Mrs. Mar-gosski Mar-gosski are sisters of Mrs. Weber Mr Charles will be delighted to greet them all on their return. $ Mrs. L. F. Chapman has gone to the . carnival, and has not yet returned. We hope to hear lots of pleasant chats about the carnival. We are sure that Mrs. C. enjoyed the festivities. Mr. J. Fred Rath, representing the Colora?o Catholic, was in town on Friday Fri-day and Saturday. Whilst here he was the guest of his friend, Mr. D. J. Quin-livon Quin-livon and sister. Mr. Roth speaks of the Quinlivon household as staunch Catholics and a pleasure to meet. S Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boyle are hav- i ing tneir beautiful nome painted, and j are making other improvements to their comfortable home. Thev are sp'oken of as a very genial and hospitable hospit-able family. " v Mrs. T. A. Sullivan cf Weaver is at present sojourning at Oklahoma. She is visiting her mother and friends. We trust she is having a good time. Madams Mad-ams A. Dunleavy, W. H. Lamb and M. McM'ahon have kindly consented to give our subscribers items at least once a month in these Columns. 4:- s Services at Jimtown on the first and third Sundays: Sunday school every Sunday, Mrs. W. H. Lamb, teacher. Mrs. Lamb has a Sunday school class of twenty-two pupils. i Divine services at Bachelor on every first Sunday, Rev. Stephen Good, S. J., pastor, with residence at Del Norte. There was a new star boarder arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fleming at Bachelor: he was baptized on Saturday. Sept. 16, and John Edward Ed-ward has come to stay. s ,- S There are very near 100 children attending at-tending Sund-ay school. Rev. F. X. Tomassini, S. J., Mrs. Williams and Brother Angel Urrutia, S. J. as teachers. Mr. J. F. Roth was the guest of the. Reverend Fathers whilst visiting here. v?,- , $ The magnificent new stone church will be consecrated on Sunday, Nov. 12, by our beloved bishop, Rt. Rev. N. C. Matz, D. D. S The new bell for the new church was blessed by the Very Rev. F. Persone, S. J., on Sunday, Sept. 10; there was a very large attendance, a number coming com-ing from long distances. Father Persone, Per-sone, from. Trinidad, delivered a very .eloquent sermon in English and Spanish. Span-ish. A 4- 4 Mr. Donald Chisholm, Mr. Smith, Mr. Samuel and J.- F. Roth were entertained entertain-ed at dinner on lost Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Chisholm at their magnificent mag-nificent home on the Rio Grande river. Mrs. N. Williams and Mrs. R. A. Chiaholm have consented to be our correspondents at Del Norte. COLORADO SPRHTGS. County Commissioner Doran is in Victor on business. t Miss Kate Ash has returned from a month's visit spent at her home in Iowa. ?? Among those who were in- Denver during the carnival week were Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Lizzie Murray, Miss May Murray, Miss Mamie Quinlan, Mr. Phil Struebel, Miss Gfacve Weimer, Mrs. George Kerr and two daughters. . $ Miss Ann Quinn has gone for a visit of three weeks to Green Mountain Falls. Mr. Edward S. Kelly has returned after a visit of several weeks in New York City. The Misses Burns have left for the east for several weeks. , Miss Alice Sexton spent the week in Denver. Rev. Eugene Sheehey of . Limerick, Ireland, 1s in the city. $, 3, The meeting held at St. Mary's church Sunday evening for the purpose of making arrangements for the fair to be held some time in November, was largely attended. The two young ladies appointed for the bicycle contest are Miss Eleanor Karleskint and Misa Nora Kilgallon. Both ladies are very well known in the city and great interest Is manifested in the contest. All donations do-nations may be left at the parsonage. It is hoped all members will contribute generously and corne. f-Crward to offer (their services for there is great need of helpers during the fair week. .- .-' ". : -' .' j Rev; Robert Burns, formerly pastor of -St.--Ann's church .f this city, but nijw a resident of Cal.firnia. who has been , visiting friends here, left for.Den-, for.Den-, ver during the week. Father Burns contemplates a year's traveling in for-! for-! eign countries before he returns to ' California. . . & j Rev. Father Eugene Sheehy of Limerick, Lim-erick, Ireland, who is on a lecturing" tour in this country, to raise funds ! to help toward building a new church j in his parish in Limerick, has secured the Temple Theatre in Colorado Springs for this purpose, for Tuesday i night, Oct. 10. The Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary have with character-! character-! istic zeal for every Catholic and Irish ' interest, undertaken to work hard to insure a full measure of success for j this worthy enterprise. Father Shee-hy's Shee-hy's lecture is illustrated with a rare : display of magnificent views of Ireland, i romantic scenery, her history, famous ; men and places, cities, towns, ancient monasteries and castles, as well as famous fa-mous modern edifices. The interest in this delightful and interesting form of entertainment is already quite keen and gives promise to a large and en-thusiastics en-thusiastics audience to greet Father Sheehy and enjoy his beautiful "views" ! of the dear old Emerald Isle, and give him a real Mille Fialthe to our own beautiful city. EOTJLDER, COLO. Arrangements have been made for a fair to be given for the benefit of our litUe church some time in November. The chief executive committees consist con-sist of the following members: Mrs. Kate O'Brien, Miss Josephine Lee and Miss Barbara Voegtle, on the ladies' committee: Messrs. Htlmer, Joseph Kearney, Dan Sullivan. Fred Berger, Gus Voegtle. Bert O'Brien, on the men's committee. A number of subcommittees sub-committees have been appointed . for different departments, and all .have gone earnestly to work and report splendid success and encouragement eo far. " ""The first regular meeting of the reorganized re-organized Altar society wao held after muss on Sunday. A number odis-. cussions and suggestions- in regard tcr tne future good of society were heii-iti- . J irjtt. rty '"a pp r o 'e o!-- - General Halevisltad Boulder lastT: week,, and addressed fhe students in the chapel-Wednesday morning S Mrs. Griffith, who was formerly Miss Marie Laird, has been visiting her sister, sis-ter, Mrs. Howard. -. ' f $ Father Chrysostom has organized a Rosary society, and reports a very numerous nu-merous enrollment. A number of nro- moters have been chosen, who are each to secure fifteen members, and all have been very successful in their efforts to increase the membership. DEL NORTE. Divine services at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary; high mass at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school rosary and benediction bene-diction of the most blessed sacrament at ,1 o'clock each Sunday. Holy mass during the week at 7 o'clock each morning. ? t 4 The Feast of the Most Holy Rosary was celebrated with unusual solemnity. A large number of communicants at 7:30. The high mats at 10:30 was celebrated cele-brated by Rev. F. X. Tomassini, S. J., who also delivered an eloquent sermon subject on the feast .of the Most Holy Rosary. The music was of a high order. or-der. The mass was Millard's in C. Cre-ator Himmels O Salutaris, solo by Clementian at the offertory sung by Mr. J. F. Roth. Miss Mary Owens, di-rectoress di-rectoress and organist, has merited much praise from the congregation for the untiring zeal in rehearsing the choir. The choir is doing very well under her able leadership. ALAMOSA, COLO. Our beloved Rt. Rev. N. C. Matz, D. D., Rev. Percey Phillips, chancelor of fhe diocese, Rev. Father Francolin of Manitou and Rev. Father Desoniea of Central City passed through here on their way to the consecration of the Most Rev. J. Boureguard. LL. D. D., at Santa Fe, which is to take place on j Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the cathedral. i 8 Mrs. James Roper and her three children returned from the carnival at Denver delig'hted, and Jim was pleased to welcome them home again. 5 .-S .Ss Miss Kate Roper returned from Denver, Den-ver, and eiie says she had a good time S s S in that old town during the carnival. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. J. McGraw is quite ill.