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I 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, T9T7.'
If Monsignor Cushnahan Receives . I j; , Highest Honors From Church r- Rev. Father P. M. Cushnahan, V. G , l 1 was Invested as a domestic prelate yes- r, terday amid Impressive ceremonies in i' St. Joseph's church. Words of praise were given by the Most Rev. Edward jj J. Hanna, D. D., archbishop of San f p Francisco. "A noble man, a faithful f ' priest, an enlightened and patriotic cit- izen, a loyal friend and a strong soul. ! ! kindly and tolerant, we have come to " i honor this day," wore the opening ; words of Archbishop" Hanna. j The church was filled with people, jr many of whom came from quite a dis- I : tance to witness the grandeur of the j ) ! ;., service and greet the church dignitar- ; ) f. ies who gathered for the occasion, f ; "What a thing of beauty and of joy i it is to a loving heart," the archbishop I L ' . continued, "to see a young man con - I 1 1 secrate himself to any noble purpose, V j and what a fullness of joy when his L j j' consecration is attended by supreme 1 I sacrifice and Avhen his purpose is the j 1 greatest conceived by man, to achieve I the gJory of God. Thirty and six years II f have passed since the day in far off, ' romantic Ireland, a young man offered 1 his lLfe to Christ for the saving of 1 men, aud we come to rejoice with him I ' on a day when he receives reward for I : service well performed." These remarks were a portion of the sermon of tho service connected with f the investure of Monsignor Cushnahan. i ' and speaking farther in kindly, yet I intensely serious vein. Archbishop I , Hanna brought the congregation into t ' close understanding of the dignity and I ! ',' great responsibility of his calling, "fhe I : saving of the souls of men." ''Men's I souls," he said, "are made in God's ' , image and their salvation is .worthy of the blood of Christ. They are more , . valuable than gold, sifver or precious J " stones and the priest who performs ; ; . his mission has an inheritance far be yond the flower of words to describe. To perform his accepted service, h--must have charity and love, must "be patient, kind and unselfish and must I possess a hope that wRJ cheer him on to the guerdon of a life well spent ! "As the years roll on, the burden of l the priest's responsibility grows great er and likewise his quality of mind and heart must grow to meet the greater : burden so that his work may bo ful filled. Ho must have the qualities of Christ and as a man of dignity in this changing world must stand unchang . cd." Many Are Present. Catholics from all parts of the in ' 1 termountain country, members of the Knights of Columbus, members of vir tually every other religious organiza- tion in tho city, the city commission, s ' ' Including Mayor A. R. Heywood, Chris s Flygare and Miles L. Jones, and many ;, other prominent citizens of Ogden and; Salt Lake were In the audience. The clergymen present at the serv ices were: The Most Rev. Edward J. Hanna, D. D., archbishop of San Francisco; the Rt. Rev. Joseph S. Glass, C. M., D. D., bishop of Salt Lake; the Rt. Rev. Thomas Grace, bishop of Sacramento; the Rt. Rev. R. J. Cotter, D. D., South Pasadena, Cal.; the Rev. R. S. Kcyzer, administrator of the Boise, Idaho, dio cese; the Rev. John S. Laubacher, Ox nard, Cal.; Major Edward H. Fitzger ald, chaplain of the war prison bar racks at Fort Douglas; Major W. J. Kane, a chaplain at Fort Douglas; the Rev. Thomas Gallagan of Park City; the Rev. Joseph H. Reardon of Long Beach, Cal.; the Rev. John Dunne, S. M.; tho Rev. Joseph Schmitt, S. M., and tho Rev. Joseph M. Sullivan, S. M.. all of All Hallows college, Salt Lake; Dr. Anzaloni of Salt Lake; the Rev. Patrick 'Mannion, chaplain of the Holy Cross hospital, Salt Lake; the Rev. W. J. Flynn of Salt Lake; the Rev. Timothy O'Brien, chaplain at St. Anne's orphanage, Salt Lake; the Rev. Clement Maloney of Los Angeles; the Rev. George De Stoop of Tooele; the Rev. H. J. M. Weintjes of Salt Lake; the Rev. James O'Grady of Las Vegas, Nev.; the Rev. John Ryan of Eureka; the Rev, James P. Cantwell of San Francisco, secretary to Archbishop Hanna; the Rev. Father Kleley of Grass Valley, Cal., and the Rev. Mich ael Sheehan of St. Patricks church, Salt Lake. Imposing Sight. Members of the congregation began entering the church an hour before the service bogan while tho visiting dig-' nitaries gathered at the parish house. Members of the Knights of Columbus, 777, acted as ushers in the church and had the auditorium well filled before the hour of eleven. The tones of the big pipe organ under tho hands of Prof. Philip Bansbach, organist of St. Mary's Cathedral of Salt Lake, broke into melody as the procession from the parish house to the church, started, and as the procession entered the church the choir sang: "Exce Car Codos." With the opening notes the congrega tion arose and remained standing un til the dignitaries and attendants had assumed their positions within tho al tar rail. All were in their robes of office making the most imposing sight ever witnessd in Ogden at a religious celebration. The throne was occupied by Archbishop Hanna with Rev. Dunn and Rev. Laubaucher acting as deac ons of honor, Bishop Grace with Rev. Kleley and Rev. Maloney as chaplains, and Monsignor Cushnahan, tho posi tion of honor. In the ceremonies that followed Archbishop Hanna was assisted by Dr. mui , Bf'.M h r.'i'HTIIWI.IJ.VJH.'AI'J l IT Women's Fall Apparel ' After careful selection of apparel for the women and : . ' mioses of Ogden and vicinity, observing the trend of fashion in fashion centers, Wolfer's is able to offer you I j remarkable values in coats, suits and dresses.. ppB I ( j pi' Coats, $15 and Up I y Including Bolivias, velours, pom I drl poms, Bflrella, plush and silk j Hj I Vawlk velour, adorned with rich fur in I pH I AmJIV many instances. I IwVw Suits, $19.50 and Up - lUjJ; Jl uiJ' These semi-tailored suits in pH VyM? 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Fol lowing the Investiture the pontifical high mass was sung by Bishop J. S. Glass, accompanied by the choir of 26 voices and the organ music. Sermon by Archbishop. The occasional sermon, or sermon following the gospel of the mass, was preached by Archbishop Hanna. Turn ing to Rev. Father Cushnahan in clos ing, he said: "We are this day filled with a spirit of joy and love and congratulation be cause of the honor which has been con ferred upon you and through you up on all of us for the years of noble and loving toil in bringing to the Kingdom of God the precious souls of all with whom you have lived and worked. A feeling of love and gladness permeates our being this day and we sincerely hope as the years roll on, that the glory of your holy calling, your suc cess as a priest of Christ, may ever be euhanced. We pray that your years may be many and that in their fullness you may still bo storing wis dom and charity to bring honor to Je sus Christ and salvation to the souls of men. God bless and keep you for us ever in love, ever In God's holy serv ice." The pronunciation of the benedic tion by 'Bishop Glass concluded the ceremonies The Bishop, in behalf of himself, Monsignor Cushnahtn, and the people of the diocese, then thank ed Archbishop Hanna. Bishop Grace and the other visiting dignitaries of the church for honoring the occasion with their presence. He concluded his remarks with a tribute of lovo and re spect to Monsignor Cushnahan, thank ing God for "such a helper, counsellor, and wise adviser" and wishing him years of happiness and good works. Excellent Choir. The music, as a part of the impres sive ceremonies furnished by the choir and soloists under tho direction of Miss May Conroy, included "Mass in F" by Schnecker, the offeratory quar- tette. "Ave Rerum" by Rampis, the I benediction. "O, Salutaris," and chorus "Tantum Ergo." The soloists in the mass were Mrs. F. H. Smythe, Mrs. Raymond Morrissey, Mrs. F. Smith, Mrs. Jack Fisher, Miss Bessie Ahern and Messrs. Albert Splllman, Jack Fisher and J. A. Junk. The quartette was sung by Miss Frances Smith and Mrs. Bodel and Messrs. Junk and Spill man; the benediction by Mrs. J. P. Dlnneen and the "Tantum Ergo" by the choir. After the service the twenty-seven visiting clergymen were guests of Mon signor Cushnahan at .a dinner in the parish house. A banquet at tho Sacred Heart Academy was given early in the evening and the eventful day was clos ed with the following program of en tertainment given in the Academy as sembly room: At the Academy. Our Heart's Titles The Minims. Piano, Miss Tripp. March Papinl Violins, MIsso3 Toy Blessing Fol ey, S. Albert; 'cello, Miss Dorothy Nichols; pianos, Misses Fulmer, ' Carrol. Love's Greeting Miss McKenna Vlenese Waltz Gurlitt , First piano, Misses Fulmer, McCal lum; second piano, Misses W. Astill, Parker. Goodbye Summer Lynes Dl'ckory, Dickorj'i Dock Schartau- Misses Humphreys, Stander, K. Erickson, H. Fulmer, Kowski, Mc Kenna, Hunter, L. Richey, McCal lum, Trapp, Parker, Hankins. Al len, Kelliher, Brennan, C. Erick son, E. Covert, M. Mullen, K. Cos grovo; piano, Miss W. Astill. Ave Maria .BachGounod Believes Mo if All Those Endearing Young Charms La Cinquantine Gabriel-Marie 'Cello, Miss DoYothy Nichols. Piano, Miss Fulmer. Military Drill The Physical Education Department Nella Calma D'un el Sogno Gounod Those Songs My Mother Used to Sing H. Wakefield-Smith Mrs. Edna Hamilton-Dlnneen, '10. Hcrjc Kati Hubav Miss Toy. Piano, Miss Carroll. Chorus, "Pralce Ye the Father" Senior and Junior Chorus Classes. Pianos, Misses Fulmer, W. Astill. The popo's letter, as read by Dr. Anzaloni, is as follows: Benedict XV Pope. ' Beloved Son, Health and Apostle Benediction. Whereas it appears from the splen. did testimony of your bishop that you, who are of great assistance in administering the affairs of the dio cese, Join keenness of intellect to Official precinct maPI I IS OF THE CITY OF jl I Ogden. weeer county, utahi ! I j I I " JVocth . city LimU.r ' " ' j VAt-i--- IOth X3 -I,:-.... I fl i KOUR.TH . STREET J HH U TWELFTH ,5TEEET CK ' . ; H j TWENTY g FIFTH 6T. j J I lli .4 th 1 3 ed 15th3 16th. I 'j jj! - T"WEjSTTY- M . EIGHTH -ST. B ij! ll , Harry Hales, County Clerk of Weber County u flj 5 0 Utah, do hereby certify that this map was adopted as the ! THIETIE TH ST official plat of election districts within Ogden City, Utah, f ' ) by the board of County Commissioners of Weber County, I 1y on the 4th day of June, A. D. 1906. JJ j -. ' H yoTK n 52itnPfiB Stirrrnf. have hereunto set my i J V . ; rH Sll3 hand and affixed the seal of Weber County, 116T v (j fefcovHTYxX 15th day of October, 1917. ' H 1 1 A lv clerk fla I ti i$ XKQgJ C. M. RAMEY, ? I K ill g&r County Clerk. Ml b South City Limits r fa Registration Agents for Ogden City, Weber I County, Utah M District Name Address Phone District Name Address Phono IH First Wealthy Plncock, 163 Thirty-third 2310-R Ninth Nettie Drumlller, 535 Washington Ave. Second Hedvlg E. Brown, 2901 Childs Ave. 2109-VV Tenth Christina Harrop, 283 Harrlsville Road Third Ellen J. Stevens, 2603 Grant Ave. 2021-J Eleventh Elizabeth Fife, 2122 Adams Aye. 2831 Porh a j j. A c -e , ! Twelfth Callie E. Cave, 2202 Adams Ave. 2131-M Fourth-Add.c A. Fellows, 126 Poplar Ave. 1917-W Thirteenth-Adeline Greenwell, 2422 Monroe 2809-M Fifth Margaret A. Moyes, 2129 Grant Ave. 2651-J Fourteenth Effle Wallace, 1139 Twenty.fourth St Sixth Lllla. Kennedy, 2246 Grant Ave. Fifteenth Rose Packer, 478 Twenty-eighth St. 1882 IH Seventh Alice Bowman, 2331 Grant Ave. . Sixteenth Edith L. GUI, 2527 Gramercy Ave. 1990-J Eighth Anna Power, 537 Canyon Road Seventeenth Clara Snedaker, 3104 Adam Ave. 144&J splendid qualities of mind and that you are a man of most distinguished character and profound learning, we ' esteem you very worthy of a spe cial sign of our bonevolence. And we do this moro willingly because among tho noble deeds performed during your ministry of thirty years in the city of Ogden, to the great joy and admiration of all, you have erected a beautiful church dedicated to St. Joseph, the chaste spouse of tho Virgin Mother of God. Hence, by these, our letters, we constitute and pronounce you a Do mestic Prelate of Holy Church. And we grant to you, our beloved son, the privelege of wearing the purple and the rochet, even in the Roman Curia. We therefore bestow upon you every privilege, prerogative and honor with others of, the same integ rity use, enjoy or shall in future en joy, all things to tho contrary not withstanding. Given at St, Peter's under the Fisherman's Seal, the eleventh day of May, 1917, the third year of our pontificate. CARDINAL GASPARI, Secretary of State. Bolovcd Son, Patrick M. Cushna ban, V. G., Diocese of Salt Lake. Continued on Page 12. 00 Miss Olga Dorfiner, Philadelphia's sensational swimmer, dived 48 foot in an exhibition held recently in Balti more. no Miss Beatrice Castleton, recently ad mitted to practice law in Atlanta, is the first ivoman to bo allowed to prac tlce law in Georgia. - mm. HEYHODD OPENS CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS Headquarters were opened in the now building at 2604 Washington ave nue this morning by Mayor A. R. Hey wood in his race for re-election in the coming city election. They are in charge of George Watts, the mayor's campaign manager. nn MISS LADWIG TD HOLD SERIES OF MEETINGS Miss Edna Ladwig will hold a series of meetings in the country districts adjacent to Ogden this week. She is representing the extension division of the Utah Agricultural college and the U. S. department of agriculture. At these meetings she will discuss all phases of food conservation with the women of the county. The schedule has been arranged as' follows: Monday afternoon, Pleasant View. i Relief society hall. Monday evening, North Ogden meet ing house. Tuesday afternoon, Riverdale meet ing house. Wednesday and Thursday, Eden, Liberty and Huntsville. Friday, Taylor ward meeting house. It is requested that all persons in terested in tho conservation of food atteud tho meetings. nn Are You Fat? Just Try This Thousands of overfat people have become slim by following the advice of doctors who recommend Marmola Prescription Triplets, thoso harmless little fat reducers that simplify the dose of tho famous Marmola Prescrip tion. If too fat, don't wait for the doctor's advice. Go now to your druggist or write to the Marmola Co., 864 Wood ward Ave., Detroit, Mich., and for 75c procure a large case of these tablets. They reduce two, three or four pounds a week without exercise, diet ing or any unpleasant effect whatever. If too fat, try this today. Advertisement. Over 1,600 women are employed in municipal positions in Philadelphia. no . Miss Fay Moore, of Kansas, Mon., whose father is a wealthy ranch own er, has applied for a job as a farm laborer." . . MAY APPEAL CASE OF I SIAIE AGAINST I LIQUOR I District Attorney S. P. Dobbs ha WM written Attorney General Dan BT Shields concerning the advisability of' jH appealing- the case of the state of IH Utah against the liquor found at tho jH Ogden Sales company's office. The district court ruled that liquor bought prior to August 1, is not sub ject to seizure and destrutcion unless It is proven that the liquor was kept for other than private use. All tho J facts in the case were sent to the at- jH torney general and on his advice the matter will either be appealed or al lowed to rest on the decision rendered by Judge Pratt in the local district The case is the one brought about ,H by the seizure of a quantity of liquor H from the attic of the office of the Og- den Sales company some time tgo. No ' BBfl one ever came forward to claim the ''H liquor, so the court appointed an at- torney to defend the liquor. , oo Mrs. Marion N. Horwitx, widow of a 1 widely known Philadelphia attorney, , has been nominated for mayor t.H Moore Haven, -FJa. ?