I ogdeiSj : Ogden, Utah, Jan 10 In he . SM. n a ha n. then b.r va'-s "ffSte. first. :1.l ,ejbeeded mHi. .i. - here he is still saying mas, i:!y. hut which Will be abandone 1 . i hristiiKtstid for a more commodioi if yorship and one that n :, main i to his until -ii-hfuloss in the holy work . f't-od. " j but fevi risen who pi..--ess tht I"- of L.00A Father Cushnahan Kii. i. :;enen us jovial, pious; always r i,y to extend the warm hand of v. a , me. Fona'srnnGrer to call upon hint, il Is but a minute till he is ushered into his cosy fiie-side and made to feel at home; be he Jew Or Gentile it matters not, nor has Father time to inquire. His first thought is the comfort of his- visitor. If he is verburdened with trouble or weighed down with sorrow he finds in the good Father a careful adviser, a cheerful counselor, and when he departs he thinks he has on" frltod in the world at least. These and many other good traits have won the hearts of everyone in Ogden, and I doubt if there is a better liked priest in the whole of Utah. Indeed, In-deed, the Catholics may well be proud of their adviser; they "may well boast of their priest, for he is worthy of their praise; lot them appreciate his goodness, assist him in his effort?, love, honor, obey and respect him and thank God for sending such a one among j them and ask God to spare him for many years to come, for such a Father would be hard to replace. It is with some feeling of regret, as well as of joy, that the Rev. Father will leave the old hurch for the new, for the old church ere this must seam like home, and linked with it are many er.'dearing scenes, many pleasant memories mem-ories yes, and nit, ones all in all 1 which go to sway the mighty hand of time and. make the once thought beau- j tiful structure now look and dim. j Nineteen years ago Father Cushna- 1 ban campad in the vestry of this j c hurch, remaining there for eighteen . months. There were considerable less than 100 Cathoii. s in Ogden at that time. Then he built what is now known j as the Cottage Hotel and lived there i till '89, when he moved to his present I residence. He superintended the work i on the Sacred Heart academy and has seen great strides ini the Catholic j Church in Ogden during hio time. He hope3 to say his first mass in the new j Church on Christinas morning of this year. Father Cushnahan was born in the I County Derry, Ireland, in 1859, was educated ed-ucated in All Kr.llnwr- college, Dublin, and was ordained in that citv in 1881. J. J. BURKE.