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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, August 16, 1909, Image 2

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Utahs Militia Leaves Scene of ofRecent ofRecent ofa
a Recent Daily Practice PracticeManeuver PracticeManeuver PracticeManeuver
I From 4 oclock untfi noon yesterday yesterdayCiinp yesterdayInp yesterdayiTh1flp
Ciinp Inp J C Cutler was w y a fvay kyhen y scene scenetv Beenehen
tv hen tilE soldiers of the tb national guard guardami suanlHllti guaniII
ami th the Kist battalion butt Uon of the llfteenth llfteenthinfantrj 1llflEenthil1funtl 1tteenthIlifantry
infantrj il1funtl w We re striking twits ami nd prepar preparing pn prParInc > par ¬
Inc 1111 to l > a t and II companies of Salt SaltI SaltJak SaltItk
II I Jak iHo ver 1 r tin two I out to t leave the theimp therjlllf thernup
imp rjlllf ptartinx tarliI for Halt I Lake shortly after afterII
1 II o J cloi t Ioik < k Thf TlI reKUlar tioni f Ill Fort Doug IOUg1i
1 h is H and a 1101 the t he First battov lift at Ii IiHleck 30 30o 3 3ft
o Hleck cok At about 8 oloik dtd the Second Secondbattalion Secondbattaliol1
1 battalion from the BouiliTn part of the thotate thetate theKite
tate lilt I l t for their th4 > lr romt 11I From then thenor
or the t niliir i tutnimnlra WI fx1 busy getting gettingtfi gtttingthngs gettingThugs
tfi Thugs ngs in n KliaiM hal for th < > final f loal move moveAll moveJL
All 11 ot 0 tin wile iie which li haiL < xl l Ietfl > e n strung 4trungOl
for to Ol L the tI ust t t f officer < 1 tin II t t amp during duringt
t < wet wed 1 i the tll eneainputiit was taken takentiUMi takenpstrday takenv1I
tiUMi v1I jtstirdiv morning bv b the signal plgnalDips Ilgna1ls
Dips I ls p nil nigh ii Thf Th orps IM t amp shortly shortlyjfter shortlyftt shortlyifter
jfter ftt > r 10 1 clock ocluekThis < > clockThis clockThis
This yi ddTs 1 < 1 ir eiuanipmetit has been a arnrst aInost aI
rnrst vHluabto < one to the men of the theimr theouar theI
I I ouar imr uard < l Vluk there wire re no maneuvers maneuversby
b by the cntii jiuard the men have been beenIHfv beenIiitss
IHfv 111 drilling all1 Ti < l showed 1 i wonderful Won lerful Im 1minuMment ImlrVement
1 inuMment saturday over IIV I their t work a aVf aplk abefore
Vf plk > k befor Yh Vhn = i1 u in manlung hing order orderthu orderth
thu th men m n seemed to b be another body of ofIltn ofIHIL of1r1L
Iltn They were given tIlt > advantage adanta < < e of offte ofthe oftte
the experience of the Fifteenth in the thedulling thedliIllng thei
i J dulling and made the bent of it during duringtlv
J tlv th short canii
1 Tile he First battprv of Salt Lake was out outfor outf
f for I r a week In East canyon before Joining Joiningtlif Joiningthe
the th guardsmen ait < it t Camp amp Cutler and dur during duljlg duriiig ¬
ing that time the men were kept busy buB by bycaptain byesptaln byptatn
captain ptatn W V C Webb In target practice practicea
a Ihd id maneuvers which showed their re reMnt reuit retwIt
twIt uit in the marked improvement ot the theappearance thealpearance theajearance
appearance of the men in camp campMake campMake campMake
Make Daily Maneuvers ManeuversT ManeuversDaily ManeuversPaily
T Daily > aily maneuvers w were re made by the thecorps the61lIal thes1ial
61lIal corps under Captain It I L Bourne Bourneand Bourneanll Bonnieand
and much valuable work was done Just Juetfore Justi
i H fore he left camp Sunday morning morningMajor mOnlinlajor noratflgMajor < <
Major J M t Arraamlth of the Fifteenth Fifteenthr Flfleenthrtirl FifteenthTtid
r rtirl nd a high compliment to the signs signsvoi slCKln1
voi n1 n1d ps
d i pshave have been Mn mixed with signal corps of ofa ofa ofa
a good many states 8tatesnatlonal national guard corps corpsI
I m mn an said Major Amwrnlth but butriftr butYIvr
riftr knew a national naUonalluard guard signal corps corpsr corpsrrouIl corpsmulti
r multi uM amount to anything until I came camet
t < > I ftah tab The Utah corps has h done th thrit the therk therk
> rk like regulars and the showing has hasremarkable hasblfn hasbcrt
blfn remarkable to me especially e l lIy in com comIaiison com1ulson cornlarison
Iaiison to the work of like organisation organisationin
in other states statesIt
It was not until late Sunday morning
that Q company finished Its session sessionV sessionVhen e lon lonVhen
V Vhen hen Q company meets there is gen generally genErally genEraflv ¬
erally something doing and there was wasno was1tO wanexception
no exception this year The newly com commissioned commi9loned cornrnis1oned ¬
missioned officers of f the guard who went wentup went1J wentlip
up 1J since the last encampment were put puttiuuugh putthrough puthuugh
tiuuugh their paces and were finally
tr < a ated ted to a banquet for having furnished furnishedsi
si IJ 5in1 lie high class amusement for the older oldererfieera olderfflcers oldercffIer3
erfieera and for several officers of the theI
I ulan ecularsNever > trularsNecr ulanccr
Never ccr has so complete a victory been beenjs beenas
js > led as that by the signal corps in win winning winIng winning ¬
ning the guard trophy cup from D com comV comlHny cornTflY
V lHny < nv of Mount Pleasant by a score of oft ofh ofto
h < t to < > 2 There was nothing < < to it from fromt
t to 1 > first fir t But 1Jt the big surprise e of athletics athleticsat
at R t thf eni eruampment moment was the defeat of the thei thefttnti
i fttcntii infantry team by the signal signali
i PS b by a score of U to 6 this game gamem gamebiitg me mepJyed
biitg > m K p pJyed > ved right on the heels bee of the thejmpionhlp theI
1 nplonMp I game Seven of the regl reglrn reglmntal
rn mntal ntal to tarn > in were in the tbeame game The sfe sfecorp IdgL sigcltjJs
corp L < 1 8 has lall the following men F Fttlf FSUIt Pttli
SUIt ttlf Bock B Settle Ahern Armstrong
mmund j i Warhurat Richardson and
M nehan nehanDEDICATION iiehanL lehanDEDICATION
T Continued from Page 1 1TIJ 1J1u 1Thneed
TIJ J1u Thneed ueed Led the th dedication bleslng on each eachIMition eacht
IMition t rUon of the cathedral the answering answeringir
< wlr > ir of Catholic prelates chanted the thejitpoMses then thersponses
jitpoMses n ponses The nuns of the Sisterhood Sisterhoodnf
nf l Ii the Holy Cross joined the procession proceulonit
d 1 it passed into the cathedral Within Withintin lthln lthlnttu
tin church the altars and other parts of ofthr ofthr ofthi
thr interior were dedicated with prayers prayerst
ml t psalms and blessings ble atng From the theIflication theJltol thetAtliatlon
Iflication Jltol iation service within the church the theI theJllbUl
I JllbUl ublio was excluded excludedin
On in the completion ot the formal dedi dedication dedication dedication ¬
cation of the church the doors of the thecathedral theathalral thetathedral
cathedral were thrown open and nearly nearlyiOOO
iOOO 000 people filled the church To many manyit
it was the first Interior view of the thecompleted thempleted I
mpleted new cathedral Before them themin
ii in the sheen of myriads of great can candrs candlCs candies
dies the beautiful marble altars were wereseen wereseen wereneen
seen The rest of the cathedral was wasB Wft WftS wasEeI1
B EeI1 n in the softening twilight of the thesun theoun theuTi
sun uTi pouring its rays through the stained stainedglass stalnedgla staInedh
glass gla s of the beautiful memorial win windows windows windoivs ¬
dows dowsMasolve dowsla8fllve doivs1tassIve
Masolve pillars throughout the great greatauditorium greatauditorium greatnuditorlum
h auditorium formed a colonnade of Im 1minselve ImJrsslve Imrresstve
inselve gratxleur About the walls of ofthe ofthe ofliio
the cathedral in has relief is told the theetory thestory thestory
story of the crucifixion Above in the thei theholr theiotr
i Uoir loft the pillars of the great cathe cathedial cathedial cathoti
dial ti al organ formed a beautiful frame for forthe forthe fortliO
the pretty St Cecelia window windowAs
As the people entered the cathedral cathedralic
ic 1 Symphony orchestra orche tra under the thekadershlp the1adernhip
1 adershlp < of J J McClellan played playedsoftly playedf playedftly
softly f < ft1 ftly A little later the first of the tireT thentifical
T ntiflcal procession vroce 8lon entered the cathe cathedral cathedral cathe1raI ¬
dral The procession prooe llon formed at the theepiscopal theepiscopal theepiscopal
episcopal residence and marched into intotti Intothe intoth
tti the cathedral through the main en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance tranceFirst tranceFIrst tranceFirst
First came the crow bearer with two twoacolytes twoRClJlytes twoRClyteS
acolytes then the little girls then the thearolytes thewolytes ther
arolytes the clergy with Bishop Scan ScanIan Scan1an
1 Ian an in the robes of the celebrant of the thepontifical theJmUftcal theFtfltffical
r pontifical high ma mass and Dcl Anally Cardi Cardiial CardlIal CarditaI
ial Gibbons with a scarlet biretta and anda
a flowing scarlet robe the train of ofn otwhich ofwhich
n which hich was borne by four scarletrobed scarletrobedTho scarletrobednolytce
nolytce nolytceThe ol tes tesThe
The procession moved down the main mainmale mainisle mainfisIe
k male isle of the th church to the high altar altarJ
1 1 lhere J nere the little girls took seat at the thecommunion theCmmunion thetfluiflUflOU
communion rail The acolytes knelt at atte atflt atttC
te altar step the clergy went to the thean thenmduary theU
U nmduary an tuary and an the cardinal was taken takent
t the groat throne to the right of the therutar thefd thertar
rutar fd tar Above A this throne was ap draped drapedMi
r Mi 11 coatofirm t of tb ranlina ranlinaBishop ranHnaJBishop ranlinaBishop
Bishop and Prelates PrelatesLaurmce PrelAtesilihop PreLtesIshoj
ilihop Laurmce Scdnlan S < anlan in flowing flowingof flowingrue
a rue of gold Ild and white wearing his histiat hisreat hisicat
tiat mitr mi tr > an ant < i < arryil rryliig the shepherds shepherdsrook
l rook vi was as a conducted to the foot of oftin otlb oftH
tin altar With th him also 110 attired in insieat Innd inLIkJt
sieat nd t gold and a lid white tojif were the then the1y
i n 1y R Rq Rv J J Guiiian president of ofil ofI
I il Hallow 8 college mbdeacon Very VeryDems Vel VelH
I H v Dems Dcn l KMy I ll lph ° Iy vifur general lIeral of the thenioeie th thdioeellf thENieee
nioeie of ii Salt L LaKe USP ueacoit Rev Revrather RevFather Reviather
rather George T McCarthy j Carthy master of oferemonies ofer oferemOn
< eremonies er eremOn mOJtEI ks ami a I d Monsignor Harnett of ofJos ofLIIS ofIs
Jos AngfUs Ang > lt assistant assistantother H assistantE > I IOther
E other prfiate a assisting < iaai ting in the cere cereiiuiiy cere11ltJIIY coreI
I iiuiiy of the mass were Archbishop J JJ JJ JS
S J < jleiWii who preached pn > aehed the dedica dedicat dedlcafm dedicatm
t fm m sermon Aichbiphop J Doppenwill DoppenwillVancouver DOPJX Doppenwillf > niIl niIlIff
Iff f < Vancouver Archbishop J S Foley Foleyof
I of r Detroit Bishop Scannell of Omaha OmahaBishop OmahaHiho omahaBishop
Bishop Olorieux of Idaho Bishop Bishopof Bl Bishoplane hop hopleane
lane of Cheyenne Bishop Carrol Ifll of ofPor ofCASTOR ofi
i Por Infants and Childran ChildranHie ChildranThe ChildrenThe
The Kind You Have Always Bought BoughBears BoughtEearstha
Bears Eearstha EearsthaSignaturoo the theSignature
Signature of
Helena ani U K nu < v Fathers l1ath rs Sullivan of ofButte ofBulte ofButte
Butte Ollj O1tyn < < m l1 of Denver I > ener McCabe of otIdaho ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho Springs Colo Cob McGovern of orEnt orEntmei8burg Em Emmetaburg Emnietsburg
metaburg Md Barren of Los AngIos AngIosShoan Atrg AnelosShean los losShean
Shean of Ely Butler of Toitopah Cush Cushnahan Cuhnahait Cushnfthan
nfthan of Ogden Ryan of Ogden and andRev andRev andRev
Rev Fathers Brennan A t J Jn Ryan an WK WK W WK
K Ityan Collins and Curran of Salt SaltLake SaltrAke SaltLeaks
Music Is l Feature FeatureTo
To many of those at the service of the theIHMitiflcal theIKMltlfttal theliontifiral
IHMitiflcal high mast the music was wa the theprincipal theprincipal tholuinciiial
principal feature the impressive mean meaning meanI meaning ¬
ing I of the ceremony of the mass ma < s being beingunderstood beingunderstood beingunderstood
understood in its fullness only by the tlieCatholics theCatholics theCatholics
Catholics To everyone howoyer tile tlieringing tilehIging thesinging
ringing of the great choir and nd the music musicof
of the cathedral organ was a great fac factoF factot faetor
tot In the solemnity of the impress of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the occasion occasionAt casIonAt
At the beginning of the tb mass ma a the thechoir theholr thechoir
choir of 70 voices accompanied by bythe bythe bythe
the great organ and the Symphony or orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
chestra sang Gounods Ooun d Kyrie KyrieMiss KyrleMI811 RyrIeMiss
Miss Nora Gleason director of St StMarys SLMarys StMarys
Marys choir led both the choir and andthe andthe andthe
the orchestra orche tra To her belongs beWn the credit creditfor creditfor creditfor
for the organization of the dedication dedicationchoir lledl dedicationchoir Uoll Uollcbolr
choir composed of the th best vocalists in inthe Inthe Inthe
the west the selection of the music for forthe forthe forthe
the occasion OC < 8IIlon and the triumphant sue success suece suecess ¬
cess ce scored by the choir in singing the thededication thededication thededication
dedication music musicJ mu l lJ
J J McClellan at the organ was al always always always ¬
ways in perfect sympathy with the tilemembers themembers themembers
members of the choir In the difficult difficultaccompaniment difficulta difficultaccompaniment
accompaniment a < < of the music of the theCatholic theCatholic theOathollc
Catholic service serviceImpressive servlcImpressive serviceImpreesivo
Impressive Hymns HymnsOne
On One > of Ute moat impressive Impres fe hymns h mns of oftho ofthe ofthe
the service was the Gloria from fromMozarts fromMozarts fromMozarts
Mozarts Twelfth Mass The glad gtedsonie gladsome gladsome
some hymn was sung with feeling and andexpression andexpc andexpr
expression expc lon and the interpretation of ofMozarts ofMourts ofMozarts
Mozarts conception of the glorious re refrain refrain refrain ¬
frain of the angels was almost perfect perfectAs
As Archbishop Glennon prayed PI8 ed silently silentlybefore silentlybefore silentlybefore
before preaching the dedication sermon sermonF
F E Smith sang the beautiful beautifulVent solo soloVenl s lo loVpnl
Vent Creator CreatorAt Cre tor torAt
At the offertory Kleins Ave A Marie Mariewas MarleW88 Mariewas
was sung beautifully by Mrs Hannlfan HannlfanMiss HannifalllI1 HannifanM1s
Miss lI1 McCarthy and J J Burke Mr MrBurke 1IrBurke MrBurke
Burke sang Qouqpds solos Sanctus Sanctusand Sanctusand Sanctusand
and Benediction 1ft > A double quartet quartetsang quarteta quarteteang
sang a the Agnes Del by b Gounod GounodAn
An impressive Impre le feature of the crvice Icrvlcewu < crvicewas ervlcowag
was at tile elevation of the host when whenCardinal whenCltrdlnal whenCrdlnal
Cardinal Gibbons left his throne to tokneel tokneel tokneel
kneel at t the foot of the altar in adora adoration adoration adorntion ¬
tion At the sound of the great altar altargong altargo altargong
gong go the cardinal and the other pre prelates prelatell prolates ¬
lates fell on their knees as Bishop BishopSeanlan BishopScanlan BishopScanlan
Scanlan elevated the host at the jraint jraintin lOlntIn
in the mass symbolical of the crucifixion crucinxionof
of the Christ ChristGLOWING CbrJsLI ChristGLOWING
In his dedication sermon His Grace Gracethe Gracethe Gracethe
the Moat Rev J J Glennon archbishop archbishopof
of St Louis paid a glowing tribute to towoman towoman towoman
woman He spoke rather rath r on the life of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Mary Mar Magdalen a alen after whom the thecathedral thecathedral thecathedral
cathedral was named than ot the occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion of the dedication of the cathedral cathedralitself cathedralItself cathedralItself
itself In preaching of the life of SL SLMary SLIry StMary
Mary Magdalen he compared her life lifewith lIf lIfwtth lifewith
with that of the Virgin Mary The ca cathedral cathedral cathedral ¬
thedral was named after St Mary Mag ¬
dalen and the occasion of its dedication dedicationwas
was the feast of the Assumption of the theBlessed theBIeIsed tluBlessed
Blessed Virgin Mary MaryThe 1IaI 1IaIThe MaryThe
The life of St Mary MaJ Magdalen he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said was w the life of a penitent sinner sinnerHer sinnerHer I
Her life illustrates the forgiveness and andthe andthe andthe
the mercy of the Savior The life of the theVirgin tileVirgin theVirgin
Virgin Mary was one of perfect mother motherhood motherhood motherhood ¬
hood For her the Savior had only the thedeepest thedeepest thedeepest
deepest reverence and affection Both Bothwomen Bothwomen Bothwomen
women shared the Joys jo s of the Christ Christand Christand Christand
and especially did they share his suffer suffering suffering sufferlug ¬
ing ingToday
Today In the celebration of the dedi dedication dedication dodcation ¬
cation of this great temple of God we weare weare weare
are also celebrating the feast of the As Assumption Assumption Assumption ¬
sumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
We are celebrating the feast of that thatMary thatMal thatMary
Mal Mary to whom the Angel Gabriel came camewith cnnwwith camewith
with the salutation Hall Mar Mary full of ofgrace ofgrace ofgrace
grace the Lord Is with thee theeRank theeRank theeRank
Rank of Virgin Mary MaryWe
We are told by Borne > me that the Virgin VirginMarj VIrginXIY VirgInMary
Mary should rank with the Ruth and andthe andthe andthe
the Esther and nd the Judahs of the Old OldTestament OldTestament OldTestament
Testament We are told that she is not notalone notalone notalone
alone the one to be singled out as the theideal theIdeal theIdeal
ideal of womankind and of motherhood motherhoodBut
But the Catholic church does not yield yieldMarys yieldMarys yieldMarys
Marys place to those good women of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Old Testament nor does the church churchpermit churchpermit churchpermit
permit that she share her place with withthose withtho withthose
those tho e women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The Virgin Mary ary was foreordained foreordainedpredestined foreordainedprede foreordainedpredestined
predestined prede Uned to become the mother of ofGod ofGod ofGod
God The promise that she should be become become become ¬
come the mother of God is in the first firstbook ftrstbook firstbook
book of the Old Testament Te tament and through throughall
all the centuries of darkness it was as that thatpromise thatpromlH thatpromise
promise that kept the faith strong
It was Mary who made the name of ofwoman otwoman ofwoman
woman respected It was Mary that thatbrought thatbrought thatbrought
brought the new dawn of womanhood to tothe tothe tothe
the world It was Mary who made the thehome thebome thehome
home the sanctuary of devotion It was wasMary wasMary wasMary
Mary who made the name of mother motherhood motherhood motherhood ¬
hood sacred For Marys Iar s sake my
brethren keep that name sacred guard guardwell guardwell guardwell
well the sanctuary of the home with withthat wlUtthat withthat
that chivalrous spirit that Mary always alwaysinspires alwaysInplres alwaysinspires
inspires inspiresIn
In times of tribulation say on your yourbeads yourbeads yourbeads
beads that salutation of the Angel An l Oa aabriel Gabriel Oabriel
briel Hail Mary 1Ial full of grace the theLord theLord theLord
Lord is with thee and add Blessed are arethou arethou arethou
thou amongst women and blessed the thefruit thefruit thefruit
fruit of thy womb Jesus Then make makeyour makeyour makeyour
your supplication Holy Mary Mother Motherof
of God pray for us sinners now and at atthe atthe atthe
the hour of our death deathThe deathT deathThe
The T archbishop said that the occasion occasionof occa ton tonof
of the dedication of the cathedral of St StMary SLrary StMary
Mary Magdalen was nf importance to tothe tothe tothe
the west of importance to the Roman RomanCatholic nomanCatholic RomanCatholic
Catholic church and of importance to tothe toth tothe I
the th Christian world worldPRELATES worldPRELATES worldPRELATES
Continued from Page 1 1tke 1tlte 1the
the construction of th the beautiful beaulitullUlfdr cathedrtl cathedrtlsnd aUiedrlsad l land
and said ct that were it not for the generous generousaasMCaace generousof enerous enerousaStaJice
aasMCaace of the Knights of Columbus Columbusand Coltm us usaDd
and many y other members of the Cathoio Catholicchurch Cathoiochurcb Cathoiochurch
church the ccmpletion IX and the dedication dedicationof
of the cathedial would not have been pos possible POt1bl poesible ¬
sible sibleAfter sibleAfter 1bl
After the delicious banquet had ben toenserved benDaDlfJl beenserved
served Daniel J Laramie grand knight knightof
of the Knights of Columbus Introduced IntroducedJoseph l IstroduucdJoseph trodulCdJ03fPb
Joseph Geoghegan M the toaatm toastmaster ster of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evening Mr Geogbegan with a pleas pleasIng pl pleaslag > U UIn
lag In < < speech of introduction presented his hiseminence hiseminence hiseminence
eminence James Jam Cardinal Gibbous GibbousSince GtbbonllSince O4bbonsflince
Since I have set foot In Utah bgan bganthe
the cardinal I have been royally re received rooLe received ¬
ceived Le ed and overwhelmed with kindness by byevery brlNery bytvery
every one of Its citizens whom it has oeen oeenmy oeenmy osenmy
my pleasure to meet I have come here hereas
as you know to share with Bishop Seen SconIan SesoIan Seenlan
Ian the Joy of the triumph of his life lifeork lifeork lifeork
ork the dedication of our beautiful mw mwcathedral 1M 1Mcathedral 1MWcathedraL
cathedral For 01 wars c ar your pious bishop bishopha b bop boptu
ha Itbored to reach ll ch this goal and now nowthat JIOWthat nowthat
that it is reached I have come to offer tfte tftelnctre liteInlfre tneCInL1re
lnctre congratulations for myself my lt and for forMother forllother forMother
Mother Church on his glorious achieve nchlerein achieveTnnt hleft hleft111Dt
in 111Dt nt
ntGreets Greets Knights of Columbus ColumbusTonight ColUmbusTonlght ColumbusTonight
Tonight I am here to greet the Knights Knightsof
of Columbus and o thank them for Ibe Ibeassistance lLeaal Ueassistance
assistance aal tanlO they have beer not only onl In this thisgreat thioJanat thisgreat
great work but also in every undertaking undertakingof
of the church in which they have go ear earneslly earnsUyeooperated enrfleetly
fleetly nsUyeooperated cooperated I have long lo been Inter Interested InterMted ¬
ested in tte Knights of J Columbus and In Inthe Inthp Inthe
the Brent practical rood they have done floneEspecially aOnlKaI donelCapselally
Especially KaI > eetRlly pleneed have I I been with withthe wUhthe withthe
the work of If the > Knights of Columbus in intheir Intheir Intheir
their substantial encouragement en ouragem rlt of the theaims theaims thealias
aims of the catliolio atliolt university Ihe IheKnights IheKnights t
Knights l < i I liimbu3 r < > by a gift of JSOOW JSOOWendowed i OOJ iOUjiendowed I Iendowe
endowed i < 1 Lair jjr r at ih university as a aprellmir apreUmi
prellmir r d doraor ra < > r N Nw w they have auv auvecrtbed su suacrlbed suscriheti i
ecrtbed tn t n rn L iifrert sum of 500003 ti tithe t tthe I Ithe
the aid 6 T t ig s institution From Atch Atchtisliop Atchbishop
bishop Glennon GI l1non who represented m mp > at J
= 7 = =
il S
your recent national convention in Mo Mobile M Mbile Mbile ¬
bile I have learned that this sum is now nowassured nowafsured nowasured
assured assured4TJn afsuredOn asured410n
4TJn On my trip through the west I have havebecome havebecome havebecome
become more Imbued than ever that those thoseof U10 U10of tioseof
of us whose hose privilege it is to dwell in thla thlaland thlaland thisland
land of freedom are indeed fortunate fortunateHere fortunateHere fortunateHere
Here all of us of whatever creed or faith faithwe
we may mA be are given the glorious glorlousprivi glorlousprivile privi privilege privihge ¬
lege le e of worsluepirg worslU irG God according to the tliedictates U Ufctates thefctates
fctates of our own conscience We V e may maybulk maybuild maybuild
build our catnmlrals and worship the Al Almighty Almighty Almighty ¬
mighty with absolutely no Interference InterferenceIn
In 1830while a bishop I visited France Franceand Frnn Franceand e eand
and while there was the guest of a die distinguished 1118rlngul8bed dietnguIebed ¬
tinguished Catholic prelate prE > late He Iwelt In Ina Ina
a palace and was surrounded by till of othe othecomforts the thecomforts thecomforts
comforts that wealth could obtain I con congratulated congratuiateclhlm congratutated ¬
gratulated gratuiateclhlm him on unhitagootlfortuneand his good fortuneand fortune and bo boonlyWaited heon1yfllh1i1OO lieonlymulled
onlyWaited sadly and told me that though thouchhe
he were permitted to live as he chose hrt hrtmight h hIDlPt homight
might not bujld a sacristy witnout first flrctobtaining a firstobtaining t tobtaining
obtaining the approval of the central gov government government geveminent ¬
ernment ernmentIn
In the United States it Is far differ differreut dlff differrent r rreut
reut In this glorious land w WP live iri a agreat aat areat
great reat at broti brothrhlJOd rhood that embodies the t true truespirit t truesliiit e eIlIirtt
spirit of Ht lfterty > erty That this freedom may mayalways ma maalwavs mayalways
always remain is i for or us to decide With Withstrong Withstrong Wlt1Istrong
strong and nd liberal organlafttionc such nuclias nucliasthe alii aliithe e ethe
the ICnlghte of Columbus uch liberty is isalwaya IsalwviJ isahwvs
alwaya secura The Ides nf the Knights Knightsof
of Columbus and of the Catholic church If Iftlie tJthe Iithe
the ideal of the patriot This ideal is first firstthe firstthe firstthe
the love of God and then the love of coun countr countn country
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tryFollowing Following Following the address of Cardinal Gib Gibbons Gibbons Gibbone ¬
bons Joseph Jo eph Geoghegttn < presented Bishop
Laurence Scaniatt with the beautifully
bound volume of r the he History Hlstor of the theCatholic UleCatholic theCatholic
Catholic Church in Utah In expressing
his sincere thanks for the present Bishop
Seanlan explained that his health waspoor was waspour waspoor
poor and asked pardon for not speaking speakingat 16alln 16allnat
at length He thanked the Knights of ofColumbus o oColumbu ofColumbus
Columbus for their assistance in the tliebuilding thebuildln tilebuilding
building of the cathedral and said that thatthe Ulattbe thatthe
the numerous contributions which had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come from them th m and from other Catholics Catholicsof
of the diocese bad for the most part been beenunsolicited JJeenUn80llclted beenunsolicited
unsolicited unsolicitedWelcome 1 1Welcome f fWelcome
Welcome From Utah Governor GovernorIII
III behalf of the state Governor William
Spry welcomed > d the distinguished dl Unguleht > d clergy clergymen c clergymen lSY lSYmen ¬
men to Utah He said that the enter entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tainment of Cardinal Gibbons and the theother theother theother
other distinguished dlllUnguf hecJ prelates 1l Iate was a rare rareprivilege rareprillege rareprivilege
privilege keenly kf nly appreciated by b the citi citizens cltlns eltieng ¬
eng ns of the state stateThe atateThe stateThe
The beautiful ceremony of the dedi dedication dedication dedication ¬
cation of the Catholic cathedral in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake said Governor Spry was most mostimpressive mostImprellBl mostimpressive
impressive to me The occasion for this thisceremony thisceremony thisceremony
ceremony means not only a great deal for forthe forthe forthe
the Catholic church but a great reat deal for forSalt tor8alt forSalt
Salt Lake and the state of Utah The Theideals TheIdeals Theideals
ideals of the Catholic church are the theideals theIdeals theideals
ideals of all true Christians Chrl tlaM Though our ourmethods ourmethods ourmethods
methods may differ we are all striving
to reach the same end The Catholic Catholicchurch Catholicchurch Catholicchurch
church Is advancing the cause of Chris Christianity Christianity Christianity ¬
tianity and Christianity is making of us usall U8aU usall
all better citizens and truer men menArchbishop menArchblsbop menArchbishop
Archbishop J J Glennon of St Louis Loutathe Louisthe Louisthe
the Idol of the Knights Knl htll of Columbus fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed the governor Archbishop Glennon Glennonlias Glennonhas Glennonha
has for years been closely associated with withthe withthe withthe
the Knights of Columbus In most Of the thecharity thechartty thecharity
charity work of the order The archbishop archbishopspoke archbishopspoke I Ispoke
spoke of the close friendship between him himand J
and the knights and of their work in up
holdlag the Catholic faith and extending extendingthe
the charity of the church to all of Its peo people peo1le peeie ¬
ple pleIn
In conclusion he said The central centralideal centralIdElll centralideal
ideal of the Knights of Columbus is the thepreservation thepreeervaUon thepreservation
preservation and protection of the tll home homeIt
It IB r the Meal of the tb perfect gentleman gentlemanand entlemanand
and one that should be followed by every everyone eyer eyerone everyone ¬
one The true Knight of Columbus is Istrue a atrue atrue
true follower of the cross May IaJ the order orderof
of the Knights of Columbus continue to togrow togrow togrow
grow and progress always bearing aloft aloftthe aloftthe aloftthe
the cross with the inscription In this thissign thissign thissign
sign we conquer conquerSenator conquerSenator conquerSenator
Senator Smoot Introduced IntroducedThe
The toastmaster then introduced < l Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot United States Senator from Utah UtahThis UtabThis UtahThis
This is a memorable day for the theCatholic theCatholic theCatholic
Catholic church began the senator It ItIs ItIII ItIs
Is a memorable day da for Salt Lake and a amemorable amemorable amemorable
memorable day for Utah To be here as astlie asthe asthe
the guest of you young gentlemeit gent mert and andto andto andto
to have the privilege of meeting his emi eminence eminence eminenor ¬
nence Cardinal Gibbons and the other otherdistinguished otherdistinguished otherdistinguished
distinguished Roman Catholic clergymen clergymanis
is ts S a great rertt honor honorOnly honorOnly honorOnly
Only a few short years ago there were werebut werebut werebut
but few Catholics in the state Today Todaythose Todaytho Todaythose
those tho e Catholics have become so numerous numerousthat numeroustbat numerousthat
that it is It possible for them to dedicate dedicatewith dedicatewitb dedicatewith
with impressive ceremony their beautiful beautifulnew
new cathedral To dedicate this cathe cathedral cathedral cathedral ¬
dral the cardinal and the other distin distinguished distinguished distinguished ¬
guished prelates have come It grieves grievesme
me that you distinguished dl gentlemen have havenot havenot havenot
not the opportunity to visit other cities citiesof
of our state and I can assure as ure you that thatcould thatcould thatcould
could you 3 U have done so you would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been received with Just as royal a wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come as you ou were given in Salt Lake LakeThe LaleeThe Lakejhe
The Catholics of Utah are among our ourbest ourbest ourbent
best citizens They are developing the re resources resources resources ¬
sources of our state They are identified identifiedwith itlentlrtMwith identifiedwith
with almost every enterprise of Impor Importance Importance importanee ¬
tance in the tl1 state Everywhere they arc arcrecognised arerecognized ir irrecognized
recognized as good < < 001I citizens citizensAt citizenAt
At your service this morning I was wasimpressed wasImprellled wasimpressed
impressed by the beautiful sermon of ofArchbishop ofArchbisbop ofArchbishop
Archbishop Glennon There was not a aperson 8pet8On aperson
person present pr nt I am sure who could not notheartily notheartily notheartily
heartily endorse eery sentiment of the theeloquent theeloquent theeloquent
eloquent preacher He touched a key keynote keynote keynote ¬
note that met with a response from Catho Catholie ¬
lie and nonCatholic alike alikeIn
In the United States there are no more moreinfluential moreInrluentlal moreinfluential
influential men than those of the Ca Catholic Catholic Catholic ¬
tholic faith In all my life I have met
few men with whom mr I have been more morefavorably morefavorably i ifavorably
favorably impressed Impres ed than with Archbishop
Ireland There are few men of any de denomination dtnomination denomination ¬
nomination who exert more power for forgood forgood forgood
good than does this Roman Catholic arch archbishop archbishop archbishop ¬
bishop I have met with Archbishop Ire Ireland Jr Jrland Ireland ¬
land and with him and other great citi citizens CIUlJenll citizeus ¬
zeus of the nation have discussed dl8Cu ed great greatquestions greatque greatquestions
questions que Uon in these meetings and th there tlwrcwas therewas re rewas
was not a man who did not know that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when Archbishop Ireland expressed an anopinion anOpinion I
opinion on a great question that It was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the opinion of a sincere sloc re patriot and a atrue atrue i
true lover of his country countryBrotherhood countryS countryBrotherhood I
Brotherhood of Man ManWe Manlye
We tire re rapidly becoming closer cJo er to together together togather ¬
gether in a broad brotherhood of man manand manand
and I believe that the time is not far
distant when all men will be of one faith faithand faithand
and nd when we may IDa all unite in one wor worship worship I Ihip
ship shipSenator shipSenator
Senator Smoot referred to the speech of I
Cardinal Gibbon relative to the work of oftbe ofthe I Ithe I
the Knights of Columbus in encouraging
Catholic higher education and said that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch I
such a work meant a great deal d a1 to the thecountry th thcountI thecountry
country and to the world He H said that thatthe thatthe i
the Ideals of the Knights Knl tfl of Columbus Columbusshould Columbusshould
should be the Ideals of all good citizens citizensThe ciUzentThe citizensThe
The love of God and the love of o coun country country ¬
try said the senator in conclusion go
hand In hand A man who loves 10v 8 his God Godloves
loves his country far more than the man manwho manwho
who does not acknowledge his God GodOther GodOther GodOther
Other strong addresses addr were made by
Rev Father Powers of Los Angeles Rev Rev1ath
Father 1ath r Gay of Los Angeles Rev Father FatherRyan FatherRyan FatherRyan
Ryan of Denver Rev Father Cushnahan Cushnahanof Cu hoRban hoRbanof
of Ogden O en Joseph Howell Archbishop
Foley of Detroit and others othersThere othersThere otherSThere
There were re 300 guests at the banquet banquetincluding banquetIncludlns banquetIncluding
including nearly all of the members of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Salt Lake council of o the Knights of
Columbus and a number of prominent Salt
Lake business men The tables were
beautifully decorated with a profusion of o
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