1- -r t LEADVILLE I (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic) Leadville, Colo., Jan. 10. The midnight mid-night ma?s New Year's was celebrated in the Church of the Annunciation. The large edifice was jammed to the doors, many not being- able to gain admittance. admit-tance. It was a beautiful manifestation manifesta-tion of the faithful of Leadville to see more than 400 receiving- Holy Communion Commun-ion at the midnight hour. Farmer's Mass in B fiat was rendered by a full choir. Rev. George Saile presided at the organ. Rev. J. J. Gibbons preached a masterly sermon, which was listened to with the greatest interest by the large audience. Low maseis followed at 7, 8 and 9 o'clock. At the last mass the children's choir rendered some beautiful rhrislmao hvmnc Mrs. McMahan has gone to Victor to visit friends. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilroy is at present quite ill. Mrs. Mongin is lying dangerously ill at St. Vincent's hospital. Master Willie McCarty returned to school in Denver last week. Mr. O. E. Rogers returned last Monday Mon-day from a business trip to Denver. Master Charlefa Mehan returned Sunday Sun-day to the Jesuit college in Denver. Mrs. Winters Morrell entertained a few friends at dinner New Year's evening. even-ing. There was a meeting- of the St. Agnes Ag-nes Sodality Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. . Miss Annie Dougherty, who spent New Year's in this city, has returned to Denver. 4v- Mrs. Mahoney, who has been seriously serious-ly ill for the past few weeks', is convalescent. con-valescent. A baby girl arrived during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cowen of East Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs. George Connors left during the week for Gold-field, where they will reside permanently. Dr. A. J. McDonald entertained the Medical club Thursday evening, Jan 4, at his home on West Seventh street Misses Mamie and Annie McCarty left Sunday to attend" svhool at St. Scholastica's academy in Canon City. Mrs. Russell returned to her home in Denver la?t Monday, after a pleasant visit with her brother, Rev. J. J. Gibbons. Gib-bons. Thomas Powers and Frank Hayes returned re-turned to Salt Lake City last Sunday to resume their situdies at Ail Hallows college. Mr. E. A. Homer has returned from Lafayette, Ind., where he accompanied his wife. Mrs. Horner has. not yet returned. re-turned. - Mrs. Marvin B. Klattcnhoff entertained enter-tained a few friends last Saturday evening in honor of her "aunt, Mrs. Fox of Pueblo. Mrs. Carbray, who was here to attend at-tend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Hagerty, returned to her home in Hill Top last week. ' Mr. Peter Cullen, who has spent the past year in Butte, Mont., returned last week and has accepted a position in Robert McKenzie's drug, store. Mr. Thomas O'Hara, who died at St. Vincent's hospital from injuries received re-ceived at St. Elmo, was buried on Jan. 3. , The Miners' union attended the funeral in a body. Some of the young friends of Miss Blanch Wall surprised her at her home fin Woct Ci-VfVl effort nnn n.-nSnr l..o.f week. The young hostess entertained her friends' right royally. After many-games many-games had been played, refreshments were served and the guests departed for their several homes all well pleased with the evening's enjoyment. Mr. John Dooley died Dec. 31 at his home on, East Sixth street, of pneumonia. pneumo-nia. The deceased was well and favorably fa-vorably known, having resided here for a number of years. He leaves a wife and four children, one of whom, Miss Mary E., is organist at the Church of the Annunciation. The funeral took place on Jan. 3. Rev. J. J. Gibbons officiated. Mr. and Mrs. "Roderick F. McLeod were surprised at their home on Jan. 4 by a number of their friends. The evening was very pleasantly spent in card playing- and music. Refreshments Refresh-ments were served. Among the guests present were: Misses Agnes .Walsh, Marguerite McDonald, Mayme McKee, Maud O'Donnell, Mary Healey and Belle McRae; Messrs. George Gordon, Martini Joyce, Thomas Harmon, Robert Joyce, Bernard Woods, Dan McDougal, and Bert Maloney. The C. R. & B. A. held a meeting on Jan. 3, -at which the installation of officers of-ficers took place. The following officers offi-cers were installed: President, Mrs. Kate McCarty; first vice president, Christopher McCarty; second vice president, Mrs. Winters Morrell; recording re-cording secretary, Mrs. J. B. Whalen; financial secretary', Ella A. O'Neill; treasurer, Mrs. Catherine Eberville; marshal, Mrs. Michael Murray; guard, Mrs. Edward Rogan: trustees. Mrs. Pat Boland and Miss Mary Tarka It is the intention of this society to give a card party in the near future.