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Bioccse of Denver ELIZABETH KELLY, Correspondent 1 -A. The Intermountain and Colorado Caiholie is jdaced on sale at the " ' - James Clarke churrh goods house, 627 Fifteenth street, Denver, Colo. The Queen's Daughters Entertain. 1 To raie funds to furnish a room in the Mercy sanitarium for the use of the Queen's Daughters in ease of illness, the association entertained its friends a I cards last Tuesday evening in Hie Woman's Club building-. The ballroom and reception hall were en-paped en-paped for the evening, and after the prizes had been awarded dancing was indulged in. For weeks the Queen's Daughters have planned their party, and to the veriest detail it was carried car-ried out as arranged. The two large rooms were decorated appropriate to the occasion. St. Valentine's day. in rel hearts, Lour strings of the hearts v.ere suspended across the ceiling from corner to corner and there was a .'quantity of greenery in evidence. About ".Hi persons played cards, the players being divided among the various vari-ous sections, each section in charge of one of ihe younv: women whose duty it was to see that the tables were filled. P-osresbive euchre was the game played and promptly at 11 o'clock the prize winners were called forth. The prizes were all handsome articles do-natid do-natid by the ;jirls. They were a feature fea-ture of the party which attracted wide attention. The prize winners were , Mrs. James .1. Jlown. Miss Cora Mc-Cabc. Mc-Cabc. Miss Josephine YVuebber. Miss Kdith Mullen. Mrs. Julius Aiehele. Dr. ; Kdward Pelehonty. Dr. Jordan. Mr. ! McDonald. Mr. Purcell and Mr. Hesse. An orchestra furnished the music, arid dancing la t in vhe evening made the occasion delightful for everyone. I The proceeds of the entertainment will go toward furnishing the new room at the Mercy sanitorium which ' w ill oe used exclusively by the Queen's i Daughters. Among the prominent people present were Mr. and Mrs. William Sayre. Mrs. Janus J. lirown, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fin-nerty. Fin-nerty. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Savage. . Mr. and Mis. George Allan Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Mullen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunn. Captain and Mrs. William Wil-liam 11. Andrew. Mrs. Patrick 'Mul-rooney 'Mul-rooney and daughter Miss Sadie. Miss Katherine Fisher. Miss Josephine Shev-ni". Shev-ni". Miss (Jeorpie Shevnin. Miss Jennie Jen-nie Fisher. Miss eneixise White, Miss Hallie Carper. Miss Nellie Finnerty, Miss Mary Sullivan, Miss Nora P.rophy. Miss Adelaide Brophy. Miss Kugenia Allen. Miss Julia Allen. Miss Margaret MeGill. Miss Margaret Schlacks. Miss Josephine Woebber. Miss Clara Woeb-ber. Woeb-ber. Miss Isabel Jacobs. Miss Anna Jacobs. Miss Hilda OnUesleben. Miss May Mullen. Miss Edith Mullen. Miss Inez Brown. Miss Angela Gilmore. Miss Cora McCabe. Miss Essie McCain', Mc-Cain', Miss Maggie Maloney. MissMay Kgan. Miss Louise Weick. Miss Ida Wei. k. and many others. The Queen's Daughters met on Saturday Sat-urday to report on the card party, and it was found that financially it had been a success even beyond the most sanguine expectations. Almost every ticket issued was sold and the returns were ample' for the furnishing furnish-ing of the room. It was decided to abandon the-plaiT of meeting in the hall of the Immaculate Conception school as the gatherings have been small and unenthusiastic. In future the old arrangement of meeting in the homos of the patronesses will be followed. fol-lowed. The girls will sew every alternate al-ternate meeting for the poor. - Sacred Heart College. f tin next Sunday evening at the Broadway theatre the young men of the Sacred Heart College Dramatic so-cietv so-cietv will give 'an entertainment for the 'benefit of the athletic association of the college. Previous entertainments piven bv this organization have demonstrated dem-onstrated the ability of the young men and the parts have been well cast and with a view to fitting the leading lead-ing artors with roles that suit their respective talents. "The Signet of the King" is a Catholic drama, and one which has been produced with success suc-cess in various colleges and schools. The rehearsals have been marked by keen interest on the part of the students, stu-dents, and everything points to a triumph tri-umph for the dramatic society on Sunday Sun-day evening. The tickets are selling we'll and it is likely that a neat sum i". be realized. Among the young mn who will participate are F. X. Henepan. who has been seen in all ihe college plays: J. Fred McDonough, James 'iliuore. Thomas Danahey. Joseph Jo-seph Walsh. Martin Curran and Barnard Bar-nard Murray. i Persona!. Catholic society is interested in the: marriace of Miss Marie Talma n and Ih.ny Leo Young which took place on j Thursday Feb. 23. Both the young j i-njjl - are well known in the city and j their wedding was a pretty affair. j The sympathy of many friends is with the relatives of Mrs. R. M. Cat-let Cat-let t. who died last week. Mrs. Catlett was ill but a few days when she suc-. suc-. fuii'bed to the rr salts of an operation. She was a member of seveial Catholic sin ieties. notablv the- Sacred Heart Aid society and the L. C. B. A. Her fu-r.eral fu-r.eral was- largel yat tended by members cf both organizations. j T.i th.- six little children b-ft ,or- i pr.ans by the deaili of Mrs. William J CaveiVy. who died Friday night, ihe r.ithulic.-- "f Denver are extending ji lb-ii sympathy. B-fo; e illness over- took Mrs. Caveriey she took an active j part, in chinch affairs and worked en ergetically tor the good of the societies or which she v.as a member. With her little family she lived at 1817 Ciarkson sleet. The oldest child is a girl of but 13 years. The funeral took piace with solemn high mass of re-: re-: iuiem, on Monday morning from the i Locan avenue chape. The interment was at Mount Olivet cemetery. The Members of the Altar and Rosary society so-ciety of the Cathedral parish attended en masse. May she rest in peace. A feature of the work in the Italian colony of North Denver, for which much credit has been given the new pastor of Mount Carmel church. Rev. Father Thomas Moreschini, O. S. M., : r; the union of the two factions of the congregation. Bishop Matz has expressed ex-pressed his pleasure at the peaceful ending to all the strife that has so retarded re-tarded the progress of the religious Mi ik over there aid Father Moreschiui feels gratified that everything has worked out for the best. Regulations for the observance of i Lent this year, which will not be ma terially different from those promulgated promul-gated every year will be read throughout through-out the diocese on Sunday, March 5. Bishop Matz is preparing them now I and they will be published later. I Next Friday will be the first Friday I cf March. The usual devotions in hon- I or of the Sacred Heart w ill be held. I It may be necessary to hold a second election of officers for the Altar and j Rosary society of the Cathedral parish I owing to the refusal of Miss Sturm to I accept the office of president, to which I the was elected at the last regular j meeting. In that event the balloting I Mill take place on Sunday, March 3. j All the Catholic young people are crowding social functions in between S ' . now and the opening of Lent. Several small dances and parties are scheduled J to come off before March 8. The mem- i bers of the Sacred Heart Aid society I C've their anpual dance at Marble hall I on the evening of Monday, March 6, . ..ILMIIIII II I I II and -some other benefit entertainments are also planned. On Friday of next week the music class of the Immaculate Conception school will give their annual musicale. Invitations have been issued to friends of the participants in the programme. The musicale will be given in the large music hall at S o'clock. The recital given on the evening of Washington's Birthday by the elocution elocu-tion pupils of -the High school department depart-ment was a tremendous success. The hall was crowded and the audience was unusually enthusiastic. Friends of Mrs. Richard Ryan, a prominent member of the Aandern ciub, who is at present seriously ill in St. Joseph's hospital are sympathizing with her in the death of her father, Mr. Thomas Mullen. Mr. Mullen was a pioneer, having come to this state in 1863 and his death is mourned by a large number of friends. The funeral was held from the family home at 106 West Ellsworth street and was well attended. The young people of St. Leo's parish entertained their friends at a Washington's Wash-ington's Birthday entertainment in the basement of the church last Wednesday Wednes-day evening. About 100 little ones took part in the various drills. PUEBLO. Mrs. Barry Hogarty in confined to her home with the grippe. Mr. and Mrs.-John Wilson. ,Mr. and Mrs. T. Nichols and John Nichols of Joplin. Mo., are guests at the home of Mrs. Frank Moore, 1S17 Grant avenue. Mrs. Joseph W. Chapman, accompanied accom-panied by her two daughters and Miss Clara A. Viergutz, left Tuesday for Long Beach. Cal. They will remain three months. The announcement of the wedding of Miss Minnie Cecelit Shea and Ernest Weinhausen in Denver on Wednesday evening, created not a little surprise among the numerous friends in this city of the popular couple. While it Las been generally understood for some time that the wedding was slated to take place in the near future, no ne suspected that it would be soon. Mr. Weinhausen. who is a well known member of the Elks' lodge, on Wednes-, day went to Denver where the fair bride has been visiting friends for some time. and. at St. John's rectory, AVednesday evening, there was a quiet ceremony, witnessed only by a few friends. Mr. and Mrs. Weinhausen returned re-turned to Pueblo Thursday evening, and it was only yesterday that the news of their marriage became known. The groom was formerly in the drug business, but of late years has been Pharmacist and steward at the insane asylum. GEORGETOWN, COLO. (Special Correspondence.) The pupils of Our Lady of Lourdes" school rendered the following impromptu impromp-tu programme Feb. 21 in honor of Washington's birthday: Song of Washington School Salutatory Miss Florence Ward 1732 to 17M Little Boys Instrumental duet M. Holcombe. A. Egan Something Better' Beulah Rubado George Washington, select reading read-ing Senior Girls Schacob's Lament Thomas Charles Our Country's Flag School Salutation of Flag School One Little Hatchet Arthur Fitzpatrick ! Instrumental duet B. Fitzpatrick. E. Guanella My County's Boy. .Little Charles Zanol Washington's Day. .Cecelia Fitzpatrick Instrumental duet.M. Prechtl. B. Egan The Old. Old Story.. Wiiliam Holcombe Mount Vernon's Bells School Address Rev. Father Sasse Rev. Father Sasse thanked the children chil-dren most heartily for the great surprise sur-prise given him by their able rendition of a programme so hastily prepared. The esteemed pastor then called the children's attention to the many lessons les-sons to be learned from th holy-days st apart by the church and the holidays holi-days by the government, saying that as on Christmas w e celebrate the birth of Christ, which reminds us of the great mystery of the redemption, so by the celebration of Washington's birthday birth-day we are taught how to become good citizens, because the many noble deeds of this truly great man are brought to our minds in various ways and we realize rea-lize that it is on account of his grand achievements and his fidelity to truth and his country that his memory is revered by all nations, and there comes an inspiration to each one to try and resemble the father of his country in virtue and patriotism. The reverned pastor closed his very interesting address ad-dress by telling the children how much he had enjoyed their entertainment, and that he hoped that ihey would soon give another. TRINIDAD. (Special Correspondence.) Mrs. Katherine Tammany died at 11 o'clock Saturday night of a complication complica-tion of ailments. She had been quite ill for over a year, and w as taken to California Cali-fornia in hopes of recovery, but without with-out avail. Deceased was a prominent member cf the Holy Trinity church, identifying herself with many of the church societies. Her funeral was well attended. Mrs. Tammany was the mother of Frank Tammany, a popular member cf the fire department. A meeting of all the Catholic ladies was held at Convent hall Sunday afternoon after-noon for the purpose of arranging for a fair in benefit of the San Raphael hospital. At 9 o'clock Friday morning at the Catholic church occurred the wedding of Jacopo Cordova of Sarcillo canyon and Anderellita Madrid of Madrid. Both are well known and progressive 1 Mexicans. Perhaps the most elaborate parties given this season were these of Mr, and Mrs. T. R. Browne on Tuesday afternoon after-noon and evening. They were of a great originality and certainly much credit is due to Mrs. Browne. In the afternoon the amusement was a trolley ride to Parchesi park. In the evening there were ten tables of whist, the ladies' la-dies' prize going to Mrs. Eugenie Garcia Gar-cia and the gentleman's to Dr. Burk-hard. Burk-hard. T'.ey were given in honor of Mrs. Kno, who leaves shortly for Salt Lake City to live with her son, George. All of the masses last Sunday were well attended, i At the 9 o'clock mass Father Brunner delivered an eloquent sermon on capital and labor. The Children Chil-dren of Mary received holy communion in a body at the 7:30 mass. Next Sunday Sun-day is communion day for the St. Aloy-sius' Aloy-sius' Sodality. . "East Main street has been looking busy the past week as electric poles are being erected so that the San Raphael hospital will be lighted by electricity. This is the first time they have extended extend-ed out so far. There is also a great demand de-mand for the electric cars to run out this way past the hospital, and in all likelihood they will in a very feu-months.