1 LEADVILLE : . . ? (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) Leadville. Colo. Master Tommie Keating has been ill with rheumatism. Mrs. Canning has entirely recovered from her recent illness. Mfs. J. AV. Foley, who has been very ill, Is now convalescing. Miss Mary Mahoney of Aspen is visiting vis-iting relatives and friends in this tity. The Knights of St. John, contemplate giving a ball seme time during the hol-idavs. hol-idavs. Joseph Smith was buried last Tuesday.- He was 42 years old, a native of Italy. " Mr. and 'Mrs. H. P. Vorhees of Denver Den-ver are visiting; Mr. find Mrs. E. A. Homer. Mrs. Thomas O'Mahoney, who has been, quite 111, has sufficiently recovered to be out again. Mrs. Joe Doyle of West Seventh street, who has been very, ill, is now recoverlnc . ' --$- Mr. McMahan of Denver Is visiting his mother, Mrs. McMahan, and eister, Mrs.. P. Roland. , . Mrs. ..James, Joyce Is receiving the congratulations of his numerous friends over the arrival of a baby boy. -. - .- Mr; Joseph Mu-llisan intends jroing east -in the. near future. He will visit his three sisters at Notre Dame, Ind. William 'Roney. of West "Sixth died quite suddenly last Friday of heart failure. Deceased was about 62 years , old. Mr. Edward : Shelley, shift boss at the Thai, intends leaving soon for Pueblo, Pu-eblo, where a good position is awaiting him. - " The Services of Reparation were held in this Church last Sunda-v evening, and a very large attendance was noticeable. no-ticeable. . ..... There was a special meeting of the Hibernians called for Monday evening, Nov. 27. Business of importance was transacted. , There was a Requiem High Mass offered of-fered for the repose of the csouls of the deceased members of the C. K. and B. A. Thanksgiving, at 9 o'clock. ' On ' Saturday evening, Nov. 26, Mr. and Mils. E. A. Homer entertained a few friends at dinner, in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Vorhees of Den- -.-.-. The choir, underthe directorship of Father Salle, is making elaborate preparations prep-arations for Christmas. Former's Mass In B flat will be sung by a full choir of twenty people. Last Sunday the funeral of Michael Fitzgerald took place from the Church of the Annunciation. The deceased was killed by being thrown from an ore wagon; his skull was fractured. He was 22 years old, and leaves a father, three sisters and two brothers to mourn his death.