The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, November 01, 1916, Image 11

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The Prospector Voi. VI. Helena, Montana, November, 1916. No. 1 M O R N I N G . The spectre secrets of the sable night Dissolve before the flaming breath of morn; The lavish lustre of the day new-born O’erspreads the vale with its effulgence bright. A thousand fingered rays of golden light Seek out the glories that the earth adorn, And Nature’s beauty of night’s mantle shorn Dawn’s fragrant presence welcomes with delight. The shadowy hosts th’ invading gleam resist,— Retreating ’neath the cover of the mist They gain the whisp’ring grove,—but vain all hope, For radiance advancing sweeps the slope. Hark! feathered harbingers in tuneful lay Proclaim the death of Night, the birth of Day! JOSEPH M. GIEMORE. CATHOLIC HIGHER EDUCATION. (S e rm o n delivered by Bishop C a rroll in the College Chapel, Sept. 10, 1916.) S I STAND before you today, this first Sunday of the scholastic year, and look into your eager faces, two thoughts are struggling for immediate utterance: one, a thought of welcome; the other, a thought of congratulation. I bid you a thrice hearty welcome to this Catholic seat of learning, the highest in Montana, intended for you, and adapted to your needs. The college is yours; enjoy it, and profit by the opportunities it offers. Throughout the entire long vacation, we have been planning and preparing this wel­ come for you, by renovation of buildings and premises; and now, 1 say, with all my heart, welcome to the best we can do for you.

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 01 Nov. 1916, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.