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h I Colorado and' Montana ilews. I , ;coooox I I dHOUDOL i v v 040000000X000 DENVER. 1 High mafs was rendered last Sun- day in an exceptionally line manner, the following musicians winning new i laurels on the occasion : Hassos, Messrs. i Daniel II. Casey and G. D. Kemp- t ton: tenor. Mr. S. J. Sullivan; so pranos. Missos Vannie and Georgia Kdison; altos. Mc.-dames Leahy ; v ' and MeAiistor. and the Misses I Mattle Kdison and Anna Jleid. Mrs. MoAlister was o'-e-anist. At the offer tory Master Vincent Leahy appeared to preat advantapri' in Millard's "Ave ; Maria."' At the close of the holy sac- vifico. IM.cht Kev. Tiisliop Matz con- j lirnieil a class of sixty-eiffht p-rs-ons, ,t addressing' them in his usual happy vein both In fore and after the administration ad-ministration of the Sacrament. The children looked lovely in their finery, and together with the sixty-! sixty-! s ven sponsors, they made a beautiful procession on their march from the Jiall lo Ihe church. The latter was so ; ( rowdod by the vast assembly trath- ; cmi to witness the beautiful ceremony ' that many were forced to hear mass from ih3 adjoining hall. Fathers liran-rier, liran-rier, C. SS. 11.; Murphy, O. F. M.: Brady, Bra-dy, O'Llrieii and Mariin. and Prater Kisler. O. SS. II.. contributed to the ; impressive occasion by their presence 4 in the .vinetuary. while the skies sent v the brightest kind of a mornins for the enjoyable celebration. All in all. it ; j uav a red letter day in St. Francis de f Sales' parish. We append the names of those confirmed: Walter Patrick Hill. Alfred Robert Moore, Frederick William Grietzmacher, James David Shire. James Shire, Albert Joseph I Motch. Oscar Thomas Moore, John Francis Mack. John Francis Griffin, ? Herbert Aloysius Jones. Charles Bar tholomew Fielding, James Blaine ; i Drown. Charles Joseph Schmitt, Aloy sius Janif'S Worth, Thomas Matthew ' Carroll. Fdward A'phonsup John Con don, Francis Bernard Joseph Heilly, James Alhonsus Ash. John Joseph Donovan, Jobn MeKinnon. Walter Peter Pe-ter Lull. Paul Wilson West fall, John Lawrence Fk-ldinjr. Benjamin John .MnroacK. icaipn ivowm Lanunu, josepn Paul Himmel. John Bernard Burke, Benjamin Franklin Paul Brown, Francis Fran-cis Evelyn Pope, Mary Agnes Pope, Grace Ellen Pope, Inoz Kleanor Brown, j Lillian Cecelia Fielding, Pauline Fran- i' its Smith, Mary Alice Catherine San-' San-' 4 ilefcr, Mary Florence Teresa Andrew, Mary Gertrude Margaret Kramer. Ada : rVceba. Ann Washington, Alice Eliza- ' both MoGuiro, Esther Irene Moriarty, ' Catherine Margatv-t Slater, Anna Maria i ("kr;i Geiger, Mary Elizabeth Wcst- . bind, Catherine Gertrude Leahy. Luoy j J Jan Harms. Alice Mary Harms. Eleanor Nora. Pearl Grace. Maud Klizabcth Spikesman. Marjory Agnes Spikosman. Anna. Teresa Fedderson, Fniiii'i'S Mary Elizabeth Lull. Iaura Anna. Mary Gritzmaehor, Frances Elizabeth Washington, Catharine Es-;. Es-;. '- Iher Griffin, Ellanis Agnes Margaret Beilly. Agnes Hellen Marguerite Fitz-l Fitz-l Patrick, Ellen Cecelia Coakley, Helen Aucrusta, Harris. Sara Agnes Donovan, Florence Amelia. Catharine McGuire. Catharine A sat ha Marback. Bose Gcr-trude Gcr-trude Marback. Anna, Mary Marback, Louisa Elizabeth Marback. Martha Agnes Ag-nes Burke. Eleanor Cecelia. Brown, Anna. Edith Haccertv. Stella Anna Maguiie. St. Joseph's. A card party for the benefit of the parish library will be given on next Tuesday evening at the school hall, under the auspices of the Young Ladies' La-dies' and Girls' Sodalities. Ice cream and cake will be served after the games. As the object of the entertain- j mont is such a noble one the en- j larging of the library and as many people of this part of Denver are known to have literary leanings, and as the motto on the tickets is most true, viz.: that "Libraries, like mines, need capital to be developed;" and a.s the admission is but 2" cents, therefore, it is to be. hoped that everyone in the parish will procure a ticket or more, and get their outside friends to help tin m along in the good cause. The Young Ladies' Sodality had a very interesting meeting Sunday last. - It was decided to change the hour of . assembly from 4 to 2:30 o'clock. Sunday evening F. Gireman. director ' f the league, gave a most instructive , ' discourse on the general intention of the month. THE GOLDEN CHUKCH. Corner-stone of Elizabeth Church i Laid By Bishop Matz. The -corner stone of the new St. ; Elizabeth's church of Golden was laid by lit. Lev. Augustus C. Matz, bishop I of Colorado, in the presence of 500 vis- iting priests and churchmen of Denver ; nr half the population of Golden. It is several years since a public event in ' b lden has been given such great I pronrinoiv-.' as the ooremor.y, and the Parishioners of St. Elizabeth's are an- tieipatiiig great -success in the church ". work considering the auspicious cir- c umstaiv es attending this effort to es-tabii;-h the c'at'holif church in Golden upon a substantia! footing, in IsijT. umier the administration of P.ishop Machbouf, the lirst ehuivh in Coldeii was di."d5cated. It was a low board structure, :iix-0 feet, which, with : , a mall addition, is still in use for Catholic worship. Many attempts have I i, n made to erect a comfortable build, j S in- and secure a regular-priest, but each su-cessive effort was a failure. HI wis not until Father Anson Kennedy ' wi.x assigned to visit Golden parish, on. e a we- k that the advance movement move-ment became strong. Father Kennedy ki.-i vear eivl'ied the aid of the bishop "the Franciscan order of Denver, and this year his good work has been carried on by Father Bernard of Denver, Den-ver, who says muss in Golden every Sunday. The foundation of a hand-puine hand-puine V'.one and brick structure has b.-ei: laid, and funds are already in siuh; to complete the church, which, vilh it- block of kind adjoining, will be .n-tl, ..Vi.inf Jill Odil. 1 Tiie plans were drawn by Father Adrian Ad-rian of the Franciscan order, builder of St. Elizabeth's church. Denver, and an hii.et for over l"o Catholic churches and monasteries. The Golden chapel viii have a seating capacity of about !""; is of the Gothic style of architecture, architec-ture, and will be superbly decorated throughout the interior. Bishop Matz was attended from Denver Den-ver by twenty commanderies of the Knights of St. John, in command of Major Cavanaugh. The St. Elizabeth ooir.mandery was in charge of Captain F. W. 1'aroth. and the St. Joseph division di-vision in charge of Captain Tierney. The Catholic Mutual Benevolent association asso-ciation of SI. Elizabeth's church, led hy President Charles Dunst. followed in a body alter the bishop, as did also the Ladies' auxiliary to the Knights of St. Jed. ii. The special train from Denver, carrying car-rying fully 5w persons, arrived in Golden Gol-den at .; o'clock. The knights formed in advance oT Bishop Matz. and, ed by the Woodman band of (Joldell. escorted the church dignitary to the site of the i)"v edihee at Fouith nd Ford streets. The knights took tiuir positions in line about the foundation, while the bishop and oHioials performed the impressive ceremony of laying the corner-stone, blessing the altar foundation, upon vhH-.i hnu been temporarily erected a cross, heavily draped in bunting. Nearly Near-ly the whole population of (Golden was pr.em and (lie streets and every point ct view were crowd-d. Bishop Matz publicly affixed his siR- nature to a parchment, attesting the j authority upon which the church is to he- built. The document had previous-J previous-J ly received the signatures of President j Williani McKinley and Governor J Charles S. Thomas. The parish prie?t, Bev. Father Bernard, signed the pareh-j pareh-j nient, which also bore the date of the 1 corner-stone laying. The document was placed in a metal box, containing notice ; of the ceremony, and the pen with 1 which the bishop had affixed his name. The box was sealed with the blessing 1 j of the bishop, and placed in the niche I beneath the corner stone, which was then lowered into place. The pontificial ! procession marched about the foundation, founda-tion, and the stones were blessed. In a few veil selected words Bishop Matz commended the parishioners of Golden for their enterprise in religious work. Father Francis of Denver then appealed appeal-ed to the crowd for financial assistance. He announced that he had secured $417 In his native country toward building the church at Golden, and had netted over $100 from his excursion from Denver. Den-ver. The public collection amounted to nearly $l'00 more. LEADVILLE. Mrs. Kogers of 21S West Seventh street, who has been in Denver placing her son George in school, returned home last week. Mrs. Molh'e Quinnlias returned from an extended trip to Philadelphia, and 1 has accepted a position in the millinery milli-nery department of the Beggs Dry Goods company. Miss Ida MoCulIough returned from Glenwood Springs last week, where she has been spending her month's vacation. vaca-tion. She was accompanied by her s!ster, Mrs. Mary Caseidy of Victor. Mr. George Connors has gone to Victor. Vic-tor. .j.. Mrs. Herman Dahlburg and sister, Miss Nellie Kelly, have returned home from an extended visit to their old home at Walnut, la. . Senator Patrick Crowe and wife, who have been visiting 5n Xew York and other eastern cities for several months j past, returned home last week much 1... (I,.,;. 4..:.. I uiuwinu UJ. lllVJI Hip. Mrs. Maud O'Donnell is spending a couple of weeks in Aspen. Mrs. Davis of Victor i's visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. McDonald of West Seventh street. Mrs. Davis spent several sev-eral days in the east, visiting relatives and stopped here on her way home. ; Mr. McCIoskey of the D. D. Sullivan i Mercantile company is spending a couple of weeks' vacation in Denver. Mr. Tom Murphy, brother of Mrs. Winters Morrell. spent a few days here last week. He was visiting his mother in Hays, Kan., and stopped here on his way home to California. Mrs. Marvin. Klottenhoff has returned return-ed home after an absence of several months in Pueblo. Mr. Quigley and family of East Seventh Sev-enth street will soon leave for Denver, where they intend to make their future fu-ture home. Dan, son of Mr. I. Barker, mot with a painful accident last week. While returning from school he fell and dislocated dis-located his shoulder. Mrs. J. W. Foley, who has been suffering suf-fering for the last few weeks from the effects of a severe cold, is again able to take her place in the choir of the Annunciation church. Mrs. Murray of Poplar street, who has been ill for a couple of weeks, is much better. Mr. Verden Murdock of Easit Ninth, street met with an accident last week. While moving boxes with a hay hook! the hook slipped, striking his knee and inflicting quite a painful wound. There are devotions everv evening I during the month of October at the Church of the Annunciation, the de- i votions consisting of rosary litany and I benediction of the blessed sacrament. Mr. John Straus and Miss Mary Skrainer, both of St. Joseph's parish, were married on Oct. 8. Rev. John Perse officiated. The funeral of the late William O'Brien took place from the Church of the Annunciation Friday afternoon, Oct. 6. Died. Sept. CO, the infant of Mr. and Mrs. Donaher of East Seventh street. A very distressing accident occurred on Tuesday, Oct. 4. Mr. McGreevey was killed on the Midland railroad by the stub at the Leadviile Junction while in the performance of his duties. He leaves a wife to mourn the loss of a kind and loving husband. Mrs. McGreevey Mc-Greevey accompanied the remains, which were shipped to Omaha for interment in-terment The funeral of the late Mrs. McIIugh ! took place from the Church of the Annunciation An-nunciation Oct. 1. Bev. J. J. Gibbons nfficin f e.1 ami .rca cli .v,l u verv na t hot ir ! sermon on the life of the deceased, speaking- of her many sterling qualities as a Christian and a kind and affectionate affection-ate wife and mother. The church was filled with friends of the deceased who had endeared herself to them during life. A solemn requiem high mass was celebrated cel-ebrated Saturday morn'ng. Oct. 7, for the repose of t he soul of Father Brown. It va the first anniversary of his death ar.d the large edifice was filled with frknds of the deceased, who came to assist at the solemn and imoressive ceremonies. The Gregarian mass was charted by a full choir. The celebrant was Lev. J. J. Gibbons, deacon, Bev. D. S. O'Begley of Glenwood, sub-deacon, Bev. George Saile; master of ceremonies, cere-monies, Bev. John Perse of St. Joseph's parish. Lev. D. Robertson of Brecken- j nose joicucucu ti uii'Jii. FLORENCE. Mr. and Mrs. George Xix and Glen Nix left last week for a visit of a month to the old Nix home in Clayton, Ala. They will make the trip from St. Louis to New Orleans by boat. Mrs. W. F. Fleming has returned from a visit to Denver. The family of W. I. Sheeley has arrived ar-rived from Oklahoma and will make florence tneir home in the future. George Milliken, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. R. Milliken. and Miss Ethel, were down last week from Cripple Crip-ple Creek and spent Sunday at the Fremont. Fre-mont. r Miss Johnson of Boise. Ida., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mitchell. Miss Halle Wood left for Denver Sunday Sun-day afternoon, being called to tj 2 bedside bed-side of a sick friend. Mr. Thomas McVey has been arpoint-ed arpoint-ed field superintendent for the I'nited Oil company. Mrs. W. Ilovey left last week' for Cincinnati to visit relatives. Mrs. Dr. W. M. Sheridan is expected ' - 1 home from Chicago about the loth of this month. Court Florence No. 2G, F. of A., will give a ball in McCandless hall, Oct. 19. Rev. Father Edmund, after a long siege of sickness, is again able to bo out. ORIENT. Mrs. T. J. Quinn has kindly con-j con-j sented to be our correspondent at this town. Services at Sacred Heart Chapel Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays of the fourth week of each month. The worthy pastor, Rev. Father S. Good, has the services delivered in English and Spanish. Rev. S. Good and Mr. J. F. Roth were entertained at dinner by the genial Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Quinn on Tuesday Jast. Miss Binie Tray of Mosca has been visiting her guests, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Quinn. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO BUTTE. Ceorge E. Brennan of the M. J. Con-nell Con-nell sjore is rejoicing over the advent of a little girl baby, born a few days ago. The many friends of Mrs. D. L. Loomey will be grieved to hear of her death on Wednesday morning last. She was only 32 years of age, and was especially well liked. Her funeral was held from St. Patrick's church on Saturday. Sat-urday. j Colonel Tom McTague was in the city from Deer Lodge this week. While in ! California awaiting the return of the volunteers and after the:- came home, the colonel endeared himself to all by the manner in which he made life pleasant for all concerned. If the president pres-ident was to make the colonel a brigadier, briga-dier, there would be rejoicing among the Montana volunteers. i. J. n ajsn or Helena was a visitor in. Butte during the early portion of the week. A. W. Mahon of Glasgow was a visitor vis-itor in the city last week, and renewed several old acquaintances. H. W. McLaughlin, state representative, representa-tive, came up frem Mirsoula last week, and was a guest at the McDermott during his stay. Miss Keating of Helena, is visiting Mrs. C. P. Connelly on West Galena street. The accomplished young lady is greatly pleased with the people of Butte. Miss Nellie O'Brien has gone to Phil-adelj'hia Phil-adelj'hia on a busings trip of several days. ( Colonel Phil Corcoran, formerly con- I neoted with the Salt Lake press, but who has of late been managing- the Rooky Mountain Celt of this city, has j gone to Livingstone, where he will as- j same the editorial management of the local paper. Mrs. Margaret Mc.Quiggen of Providence. Provi-dence. R. I., wants information concerning con-cerning her brother. Peter McGrath, who has not been heard from for fifteen years. He was last heard from in the vicinity of Butte. Ex-Alderman Dunn of Helena is in the city. He is the father of the Dunn boys who were wounded while on duty in the Philippines. Mother Mary Regis, mother general of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Leaven-worth, Kan., who is an honored guest at St. Ann's hospital. Mother Dominica, Domin-ica, superior of St. Ann's 'hospital, and six sisters of the order, drove to Greg-son Greg-son Springs yesterday afternoon and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Con Hayes. Mother Mary Regis was high in her praise of the way the sisters wero honored and looks upon it as one of the pleasant features of her present pres-ent trip to Montana. A splendid lunch Was served them hefore theb- rernm I by Mrs. Hughes, who proved a splendid I hostess. Mother Regis has visited Deer Lodge, where she was a guest of St. Mary's academy. F. T. Kerin of Denver succeeds W. A. Bennie, night dispatcher for the Northern North-ern Pacific at Livingstone. Miss May Kellet left Saturday for Boston to enter the Emerson college of oratory. William C. Riddell. state senator from Lewis and Clarke, Henry Neill. E. S. Johnson. Ben T. Hathaway and R. J. I Johannes were here from Helena Satur- dav. ! John Tehan, Butte telegraph operator ; for the Anaconda Standard, was re-.j"icing re-.j"icing this week over the arrival of an j eleven-pound boy baby at his home. I Miss Mary McCarty died Saturday at her late residence. No. 33,") North Jackson Jack-son street. The funeral took pla-e Mon- oaj at : p. ni. from Sherman's undertaking under-taking parlors, when the remains were shipped to Hancock, Wis., for interment. inter-ment. A party consisting of Miles Finlen, Lou Frank. Ike Morehouse, J. O Han-nn. Han-nn. J. D. McGregor, II. S. Tavlor and J. Roroge have been in Hamilton on a visit. The gentlemen inspected the Bitter Bit-ter Root stock farm, but concluded not to purchase it. T J Flemming 'and his daughter, Isabell. spent Saturday in Butte the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Vincent of South Montana street. Mr. Alfred Karsted. who is a student at Johns Hopkins medical school in Baltimore, has bzsn appointed assistant m anatomy for the ensuing year. Each year three are chosen from the class, and Mr. Karsted has received the honor of one of the appointments. Mayor McCarthy' Monday appointed J. A. Shinmek to succeed J. J. Dwan as superintendent of the city crematory- Dwan resigned his position last Saturday and his resignation was immediately im-mediately accepted. ANACONDA. ' The Margaret Theatre orchestra "ve a social dance at A. O. H. hall "last week, which was well attended, and a very pleasant time was the result. Word was received in Anaconda Friday Fri-day night of the death of A. Mclntyre aged 65 years, a native of Canada and a resident of Philipsburg for many years. His death occurred in that city-yesterday city-yesterday morning. The deceased was one of the early merchants of J'hiliDs-burg, J'hiliDs-burg, being a member of the hardware I firm of Mclntyre & Matthews, and later conducted a business of his own He leaves a wife, daughter aged 19 and a son 13 years old to survive him. He tvas a relative of D. R. McRae. He was well known in Butte. His funeral occurred oc-curred at Philipsburg Saturday. Hugh Dalv, one of the Anaconda committeemen who was sent to San Francisco to welcome the Montana volunteers, vol-unteers, returni-1 home Saturday, accompanied ac-companied by Mrs. Daly. He has almost al-most talked himself hoarse since his return from, constant conversation about the royal way the Montana boys were received by the Californians and the description of the Philippines. Of all the Montanians who went down to welcome the boys he said none-endeared themselves more to the soldier boys than Joihn B. Read, editor of the Inter Mountain. He proved himself a prince among men. He was one of the many who never stopped cheering, talking and writing of the heroes of the Philippines. Philip-pines. W. R. Allen is in from his mines at French gulch. Mr. Charles Kelly of Butte spent Sunday in the city. John A. Toole his returned from an extended trip to the coast. Mesdames H. WT. Stephens, p. Nolan and T B. Mallory were Butte visitors Monday. Mrs. Charles Carriher has departed for the east on a visit with relatives in Indiana and Ohio. Miss Cora Jenkins of Butte spent Saturday in Anaconda visiting her sister, sis-ter, Mrs. Duncan McRea. W. C. Morgan returned Saturday night from a two weeks' hunting trip in the mountains near Moose lake. Peter Nelson, chief of the police and fire departments of Livingston, is visiting visit-ing in the city. Thomas Ford, the well known old-timer, old-timer, who has been ill at St. Ann's hospital for the last six weeks, is reported re-ported as fast recovering. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Race and daughter daugh-ter of Pocatello, Ida., are visiting in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Beaudry. Mother Mary Regis, the mother general gen-eral of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Leaven-worth, Kan., and Sister M. Syra. who is traveling with her, left for Helena Monday morning and will visit St. Vincent's Vin-cent's academy, St. John's hospital and St. Joseph's Orphans' Home, which are conducted by that order. Mrs. Johanna Leary, aged 56, a na-I na-I tive of Cork, Ireland, died Sunday night I at the family residence, 613 East Fourth street. The deceased leaves eight children, chil-dren, who all reside in Anaconda. They are Mrs. Jerry Lowney ar.d Patrick, Dan, Peter, Mary, Hannah, Julia and Josie Leary. j- Miss Margaret Hughes, Miss Ethel and Ruby Williams. Miss Mona Burg, .uiss n,ana t'enaieion, .miss Jiaggie Mathews and Master Joe Hughes, star actors in "Queen Flora's Bower," a recent re-cent production at the Margaret theatre, thea-tre, went to Butte Monday, where, on Wednesday, they will assist in a simi- lar play. j, Mother Mary Regis, mother superior of the Sisters of Charity, who has been in the city for the last few days on her annual visit, will -eave for Helena on Saturday. Mother Regis will visit Butte, Billings and several other places before leaving Montana, and her plans are so arranged that she will get back to Leavenworth. Kan., by Christmas. Mother Regis visited on .Monday the new ward of the hospital and was highly high-ly pleased with it. She gave it as her opinion that the new ward would compare com-pare favorably with any hospital in the country. The mother superior said: "I do not expect to open any new institutions institu-tions in Montana, for the present,' but if it should be needed later then we will do so. I inspected this hospital (St. Ann's) and find it to be modern and up-to-date. No young girls of Anaconda have announced their intention of taking tak-ing the veil."