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i 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC SALT LAKE OITY UTAH O JDMBEB 4 1899
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Fred McGurrin is in Nephi on legal
business
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Hon W P Noble is at home from his
Nevada ranch
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A boys choir is being organized for
the evening services
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Mrs T M Moore is home from a ten
days sojourn in Park City
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Mr Thomas Kearns will bring his
family the city next week
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Hon D H Peery is back from a
protracted visit in New York
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Very Rev Falher Kiely celebrated
Mass in Stockton last Sunday
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J 13 Stephens and family ofl Bing
ham will reside here for the future
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Wednesday the feast of All Saints
Masses were celebrated at 630 and 8
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Miss Margaret Kearns returned to
Park City last week after a brief visit
here
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Dr P S Keogh city physician is
back from a hurried trip to Omaha and
Chicago
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I Sirs Largey of Butte is in Salt Lake
visiting her sons who are attending
All Hallows
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Mrs P McCormack and Miss Julia
McCormack of Ogden will move to the
city next week
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1 I Mr J C Sullivan manager of the
Raymond mine Eureka was in the city
during the week
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Mrs J Hal Moore sang the offertory
piece Ave llaria by Willard at St
Marys on Sunday
Mr Charles Lashbrook the well
Itnown mining man of Bingham left
for that camp Tuesday
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S Mrs Mary Judge Miss Judge and
Miss Ivers have arrived home from an
extended European tour
Miss Frances Wilson of the Sacred
Heart Academy Ogden is visiting her
mother Mrs W H Wilson
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Mrs F C Byrne of Red Lodge Mont
is < he guest of Mr and Mrs James Col
lins No 24 South Fourth East
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OMeara Co will hereafter repre
sent the Travelers Insurance Company
of Hartford Conn in this State
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Mr J F Dunne of the Oregon Short
lAne is home from an eastern trip He
was accompanied by Mrs Dunne
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Miss Mary Sullivan of Green River
Wyo class of 99 St Marys Academy
As here to attend the alumnae meeting
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Rev Father Kiely celebrated Mass at
the thomes of Mr James Spaulding and
Mr Joseph Collins last week in Stock
ton
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On the first Friday of the month
members of the Sacred Heart League
hoar Mass and assist at Benediction in
a body
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Mrs J C Sullivan of Eureka will be
> nlwtffli4nf < t3 by Miss Nora GleasOn dur
ing her stay here to attend the alumnae
atherIng
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Thursday All Souls Day Mass was
celebrated at 8 The Gregorian Requiem
IHS sung by the children df St Anns
Orphanage
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Mrs A Fred Wey is1 back from
Washington D C where she left her
daughter Louise in school at St Cae
cilias Academy
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Miss Margaret Clinton of De Lamar
Nev and Miss Dora Kinney of Rock
Springs are here to attend the meet
ing of the St Marys Alumnae associa i
tion
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Mrs J Luce and Mrs J M Moore
I COLLEGE BOYS WIN
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Soldiers Defeated By Score of 12
to 11
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MISSED GOAL LETS ALL HAL
LOWS WIN
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Soldiers Play Brilliant Individual
Game But Team Work Is Weak
and That Tells the StoryAll
Hallows Is Playing Strong Game
and Has Good Team Work
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From Sundays Salt Lake Herald
Flushed with victory in a close and i
exciting1 gIUne with the Ninth cavalry
eleven the AH Hallows college team
returned from the fort last evening
Twelve to eleven was the score by
I which they won and it was > a game in
i v hich honors were about even Each
side scored two touchdowns and a
nursed goal was all that prevented the
game from resulting in a tie The two
teams seem very nearly matched al
though the soldiers are somewhat
the heavier In team play the college
boys Were far the superiors of their
opponents and it is to this that their
u tory was due The soldiers were
sronp in the line and their defensive
play was good throughout the game
but on the offensive they rely almost
exclusively on the speed and the dodg
iim abilities of their fast team ofbacks
Lieutenant White has built up an ex
tollent system of interference but the
backs have a tendency to run back
and they almost never follow their in
tt i f rence a habit that cost them many
yards in yesterdays game and will cost
ttm many more when they meet a
heavy team unless they reform it Their
btst work was done by their captain
Williams and by Andrews Barton and
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Team Work of All Hallows I
An Hallows has improved in team i
v rk wonderfully in the past week or I
t o Good interference aggressive line
vvotk and a praiseworthy ability to
brace when their goal was in danger
characterized their play throughout
Fanning McKenna Downey Tallon
and Wolohan detereespec5al mention
The greatest weakness of the team is
an irresistible tendency to tackle high
Frequently thev had opportunities to
stoo the fast runnlns backs of the cav
alry team but lost them by high
tklo <
The soldiers kicked off to tho All
Hdllowh twoyard line and Canning
fumbled Tailoa saved the ball by
f < llma on it at the thirtiJyard line
J a ssstpm of buries at the tackles
All Iikiw forced the ball right dmjn
the field without loslnsr it and In ten
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will attend to the altars this yeek This
is a labor of love in which the ladies
of the Altar Society should take a great
interest
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I Thomas W McConnon formerly of
this city was a guest of the Kenyon
i this week He was a member of the
Montana volunteers who have just re
turned from Manila
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Rev Father Morrin of Denver was
the guest of Father Larkin at All Hal
lows College on All Saints Day He I
was on his way home from a visit to
San Francisco It
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I At the Episcopal residence every
Monday afternoon a band of ladies l > with
generous womanly hearts assemble to
aid the Sisters to clothe the homeless
little waifs whom a kind Providence
placed under the protection of our
Right Rev Bishop All the ladies are
invited to assist in this noble work
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The Retail Clerks association is fast
becoming one of the strong organiza
tions in the state Thursday evening I
at Christensens hall the members gave t
one of the most enjoyable balls of the I
season During the intervals of danc
ing some of Salt Lakes sweetest sing
ers added to the pleasure of the even
ing by rendering many beautiful solos
Among the chief events of the week
will be the meeting and banquet of
the St Marys Alumnae association to
day Saturday at which the graduates
of institution will assemble to re
new happy school day friendships and
show the love and loyalty of every
child of St Marys for alma mater All
are taking an ardent interest in this
reunion Right Rev Bishop Scanlan
and Vicar General Kiely will be guests
of the < association Many graduates
from adjoining states will be present
and will be entertained by the Sisters
and resident graduates There will be
a business meeting at 4 Literary and
musical programme at 5 and banquet
at 630
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Park City Oct 27 1899
Editor Intermountain Catholic
Will you please answer the following
in your query column First when did
the Pope acquire temporal power By
whom was it conferred Third did its
use lead to abuses FELIX
The questhns asked by Felix are
somewhat misleading yet not far from
the opinion generally held by many
on the question of the Popes temporal
power Before answering a pezzi it may
be well to state that Rome being the
seat of the Papacy was during the
first four centuries partial to the Ro
man order of civilizaton After the
conversion of the Germanic nations it
very soon yielded to German influence
and became to a great extent German
When the Papacy was attacked by the
Arian Lombards the Pope appealed to
I the Franks who under Pepin and
afterwards his son Charles the Great
ting of the Franks and Lombards espoused
poused his cause defeating the Lom
bards and giving to the Holy See the
city and duchy of Rome which was a
portion of their conquest and in which
the Holy Father exercised temporal
power
First question In 762 the Popes tem I
I poral power confined to Rome and the
adjacent country was recognized by
Pepin That temporal power of which
we read and hear so much had naught
to do with temporal affairs in other
parts of Europe Cardinal Manning
one of the greatest writers of modern
times wrote that in all things purely
temporal and which lie outside of the
church it neither claims nor has juris
diction In the year 1200 Pope Inno
cent III when appealed to by the kings
of England and France wrote to Philip
Augustus I judge not the fief but
the sin His claim to temporal power
in Rome was supported in the past by
some of the ablest statesmen who differed
fered from him in faith Castlereagh
Peel Russell and Thiers actively inter
posed to secure his political independence i
ence when threatened with the changes i
tics on the chess board of European poll I
minutes of play they scored their first
touchdown McKenna carrying the ball
over Fanning Kicked an easy goal
Soldiers Take a Brace
It seemed as though they were going
to repeat the process after the kick
off but the soldiers braced at the mid
dle of the field and got the ball on
downs They carried it back to the
twenty = yard line on long end runs by I
Andrews and Barton A couple of line I
bucks took it to All Hallows fuurjard I
line but there he college line tookp
brace and breaking through caused a
fumble which gave them tIle ball Tal
lon took it twenty yards on a double
pass and mass plays on the tackles
carried it to the center of the fiejd
Here the soldiers got down to busin s
and Fanning was forced to punt He
seit the ball out of bounds at the sol
diers fortyyard line A couple of in
effectual tries at the line and a fumble
necessitated a punt and Barton kicked
to Downey who fumbled and the ball
I rolled behind ths All Hallows line
Tallon dropping on it It was brought
out and kicked off from the twentyfive
yard line and the first half ended with
the score 6 to 0 in favor of All Hallows
Williams Gets In It
Captain Williams who had been out
of the cavalry team owing to a bad
leg replaced Andrews in the second
half All Hallows kicked off and the
cavalrymen carried the ball swiftly
dawn the field mostly by means of end
runs by Williams and Ringo to the
All Hallows sevenyard line Here the
collegians took another brace and held
for downs They carried it back twen
ty yards and then came a fumble and
the ball went over again rhis time tho i
soldiers were out for a touchdown and
pretty dodging runs tookit in two plays
to the line ana Ringo went over It I
was near the corner of the field and
Williams had to punt out He sent it
accurately to Hennesson and a moment
later Henneson kicked goal Score All
Hallows 6 Ninth Cavalry 6 Williams
tried to work a long pass after the
kickoff but Fanning came through and
threw Williams back before he had the
ball well in hand This gave All Hal
lows the ball on the soldiers fifteen
yard line and within two minutes of
the kickoff McKenna went over for
All Hallows second touchdown Fan
ning kicked goal Score All Hallows
12 Ninth Cavalry 6
Fannings Nice Run
On the kickoff Fanning ran the ball
back to the center of the field behind
excellent interference All Hallows
could not gain through the line and
Tallon tried a quarterback kick It was
nicely bloeked and the ball went to a
soldier boy who evidently had forgot
ten where his own goal was for with a
clear field before him he turned and I
commenced to run the wrong way He
was caught at the fortyyard line and
then the soldiers made it a procession
down the field with their brilljant end
runs which the collegians could not
seem to stop Barton went over for a
touchdown but Hennesson failed tp
kick an easy goal Score 1 All Hallows
12Ninth Cavalry 111 k
The same system of play end runs
iiOKhich Williams at times circled one
entUiand at times the other worked the
ball down again to the All Hallows
The second query is answered io the
first
Third In the middle ages when the
public law of Europe invested them
with the power to arbitrate they ac
complished more than all the peace con
J ferences of modern times The nature
of the care would naturally presuppose
that for the Pope as the representa
I tive of the spiritual order impartial and
not swayed by national or political
prejudices would and always did ar
bitrate according to the laws of justice
and conscience andhis decisions not
founded on mere policy would carry
more weight than that of sovereigns
who could not bind the conscience and
from whose decision an appeal might
be taken to be settled only by the bay
onet The power of moderatorship as
formerly used was exercised so benign
ly and leniently that it gave rise to the
proverb Better live under the shadow
of a monastery than in a fortified
castle
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Butte Notes
Correspondence Intermountain Catholic
Butte Mont Nov IThe Boston
Montana Company has declared a divi
dend of 15 per share payable Nov 201
to stock of record Oct 27 making 36 In
dividends for the year and a total of
14525000 to date
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E J Hanlon First Sergeant Com
pany M Anaconda has gone on a visit
to his parents in Ireland
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New York Oct 28 Maicus Dalys
great = recuperative power and iron con
stitution has apparently triumphed
over the serious illness which threat
ened him Today he said he felt well
enough to sit up and agains the
advice of his physicians did So Not
satisfied with this he said he desired
to attend to some business matters
and would not be content until he had
attended to a large amount of accumu
lated correspondence
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James H Lynch is the recipient of a
handsome present which he was exhib
iting with some degreeof pride and
pleasure The donor was Sergeant A
ir Maximer of the signal corps from
Butte and the gift was a cane with a
history It was made from the wooden
rammer of a cannon that was in use in
old Manila as far back as 1600 The I
head has an ancient silver coin and
the ferrule is made of an old copper
coin The cane is both unique and I
handsome and is naturally highly
prized by Mr Lynch
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Captain John Hallahan of Company
M was tendered a reception or smoker
at Friendship Hall Tuesday evening
which was attended by a large number
of the members of the A O U W who
were the hosts of the evening The
welcome speech was delivered by Mas
ter Workman T J Trunk Captain
Hallahan responded in a few well
chosen words A splendid lunch was
served and then came a big smoke
during which time Captain HalJahan
related spme amusing and interesting
narratives of the Philippine war A
toast Our Brother Captain John Hal
lahan responded to by Past Master
Workman Wisner was the event of the
evening I
St Pauls Catholic Church was the I
sceneof a pretty wedding Wednesday
morning at 730 oclock the contracting I
parties being Mr Edward W McCann
and Miss Julia Flood Father Folle
officiating The groom was attended
by his cousin Mr F A McCanna as
groomsman and the bride by Mrs Edward
ward Davidson as bridesmaid After
the ceremony a wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the brides
brother Mr Charles Flood at the cor
ner of Park avenue and Oak street at
which only the wedding party were
present The church was well filled
with many friends many of whom
went to the depot at 840 a m and
showered them with rice upon their de
parture for Butte Spokane San Fran
Cisco Denver and Salt Lake on a three
veeks honeymoon They will make a
short visit with the grooms sister who
resides at Spokane
goal line There were but two minutes
left to play and the ball was on the
All Hallows threeyard 1L when Wil
liams was hurt and had 10 leave the
i I field All Hallows made a nice brace at i
J I their goal line and were carrying the
I ball rapidly out of danger when time
was called The lineup follows
All Hallows Ninth Cavalry
Wolohan L E Taylor
T Canning L T Carter
Findlay L G Freeney
Furey c Phelps
OIXeil R GHennesson
R Canning R T Moore
Hennessey R E Anderson
Tallon QB Atkins
McKenna L H B Ringo
Downey R H BWilliams
Fanning F B Barton
Touchdowns McKenna 2 Ringo Bar
tonGoals
GoalsFanning 2 Hennesson
Final score All Hallows 12 Ninth
Cavalry
RefereeLieutenant White
Umpire McCormick
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CATHOLIC KNIGHT HONORED
Stephen Lavin of This City Made a
Brigadier General
Stephen Lavin formerly of thJ de
partment of Bear River but now of
this city has received the appointment
of brigadier general of the Catholic
Knights of America by Major General
J W Nordhaus of St Johns com
mandery The appointment has been
made for meritorious services rendered
the order by General Lavin and on
recommendation of James J Evans
supreme delegate of the Catholic lodge
and vice president of the society
Anaconda Standard Hon Robert W
Sloan one of the leaders of the Demo
cratic party of Utah arrived in the qlty
yesterday from Salt Lake on a business
mission Mr Sloan is accompanied by
J J Cusick the well known mining man
of Idaho with whom he is interested in
business ventures
Appointed Army Chaplain
Washington Oct 28Father William
D McKinnon formerly chaplain of the
First California volunteers has been
appointed a chaplain in the army to
succeed Chaplain Hall retired He will
accompany Archbishop Chappelle to
Manila
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A Plucky Priest
Father Rousselet is as plucky a
man as they make em was the eu
logy passed by an officer of the Eng
lish army on a French missionary la i
boring among the savages of Africa
The officer is not alone in his admira
tion of Father Rousselet as our for
eign exchanges testify A federation
of barbarous negroes the EkuMeku
whose occuption was the purveying of
human victims for sacrifices was
known to be making a descent on Is
sele a large town where Father Rous
selet was staying While most of the
other inhabitants fled the priest deaf
to all persuasion of friends not only
refused to escape but went out alone
to face the ferocious brutes They told
him tlieyhad come to kill him and de
stroy the mission Father Rousselet
calmly defied them saying that his
God was stronger than theirs and
SPURS GRAPg OBBAM OPAdrAR pOInm
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BAliNfi
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Highest Honors Worlds Fair
Gold Medal Midwinter Fair
Avoid Baking Powders containing
alum They are iqjuilourf to health
threatening them with vengeance It
was the story of Attila over again the
savage raiders turned away leaving
the priest and his mission unmolested
The praises of Father Rousselet have
been sounded by the public press and
in parliament and the Royal Niger
company has bestowed on him a hand
some present
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ARTHUR F BARNES
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GUSTAVE H BACKMAN
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J FRANK B STEPHENS
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JOHN B TIMMONY
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JOHN SIDDOWAY
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