TO MY DEAR LITTLE BOYS AND j GIRLS. I vinh to tell my little, nephews and nieces that 1 will print their dear, de- I lightful little letters to me just as they are written. So. boys and girls, if you love me. don't forget to speil-cor.-. ! ier'tlv and put in your commas. Yours I ln-ingly. AUNT BUSY, Editor Boys and Girls department,- In- ! - tn-mountain Catholic. Salt Lake City, Utah. ' I i i Io3r Nephews and Nieces: - Only last week I was wondering if any f my little Teopl? away from here would write, and was delighted to hear j from my little Ogden nephews." Such I n'?-fj- letters, and so much about foot- I ball! I What is the matter with my Ogdf.i I nieces? And what is the matter with j S mv little folks in all the adjoining . States? AUNT BUSY. j Intermountain Catholic. 5 (Del rived Iast Week.) i Oq-den. Utah. Nov. 28, 1SP3. ! iv-ar .unl liusy: J It seems t me' as though you are I forgetting ali about Ogden. The ladies I are very busy fitting ready to give a I big Thanksgiving dinner and supper. I'll be !-o glad when Thanksgiving is over, for th.;n I'll get a chinoe to k?p I knows whether I'm alive or dead. The I lxiys of St. Joseph's Church have a very I Hire society. They mt?t every Friday evening. AlKiut two weeks ago lh? la- I .j-s preparM.a lunch for us and gave ! us a gram! surprise. The weather here is lovely. I hope it will remain bo till ? the new church is finished. Some moie boys here say they will write .to you ) ' F.i.m and teil you alxiut their games I and bf)ks. , Your loving nvphew, I liOBERT ADAMS. . I Ogden. I'tah. Nov. 29, 1S99. i Dear Aunt Busy: I saw in The Intermountain Catholic ' a letter about Salt Lake from one of votir nephews, and nothing about Og- 5 'U n. If you think Ogdcn is not busy I v.iu iust come ii! and see. The ladies I lire givir.R a Thanksgiving dinner for I the benefit of St. Joseph's now church. I and Father Cushnahan is just as busy as I don't know what: I believe I'll say a nailer, and I think nailers are iikc ! Aunt Busy, so very busy. j W- send you a picture of the new St. Joseph's church -when finished. I From vour lovinrr nephew, j STEPHEN KEOGH. 1 Ogde.n, Utah, Nov. 29, 1899. i Aunt liusy: - I Is this your busy day. or would, you I like a letter from another boy. May- j be you would like to hear from the boys j in Ogden. You folks down in Salt Lake ! think Ogden' is dead, but we are not; I we play Rugby every day. J Of course, we get beaten sometimes, "but that don't discourag.' us a bit. I Were you ever a boy, ancT did you play I Itugby? If you didn't you missed lots k "f fun. I go" to St. Joseph's school and ! ' we have lots. of fun. Well.-1 will write I you another letter some other time and till you about my pets and library. If I yu ever come to Ogden, come and see us and we will show you how to play ItURby. Vour loving nephew. - . PERRIN ORCHARD. Salt Lake City, U.. Nov.' 27, 1899. Dar Aunt Busy: I thought I would write you a few lines. I have a cat I had her for four years. And we have a dog and tame rabites and chicken ttnd dracks. My birth-day was but a few days ago and I got a little broom and meny whipins I go to school. I am six years old. I love my teacher very dearly. Good-by for this -time. LENA-FAFEK.