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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 3AGE FOUR LKTHBniPGe DAtt.T NDIMJ) SATURDAY, OCTOBER It, She Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY F Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED -124 6th Street South, Lelhbridge YV. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director jJohn Torrince Business Manager TELEPHONES Office 1252 .Editorial Office Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: eJircred, per week .15 Pally, delivered, year .....7.50 Datly, by mall, per year 540 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 tbe result of iho same should be as- certained in Irs relation to what has tar done hero. That Is a duty which dprolvei on civic Uy. It Is neither fair to ibe clly nor to Ihe police force to allow such statements as bare been made to go unchallenged without pressing BD qu'rv as to whether ttty are JuslLJleil or DOT. They should he in sine and not a vrmhy planer. a Lieul. Douglas of Alt; Force and Hiss Mildred Taber Edilor. of 'subscription ap- on address labeL Accept- THE HIGH SCHOOL IS THE COMMUNITY. Interest ID their doings is to th9 yourjs a wr-.olesotue tonic. -Lack 'era 5itldred Cook ta Lieutenant James E. Douglas. The ceremony loot place on Wednesday, Oct. at 2 a.m. in Ihe selves by those pir- jleihoclist churcn, and waj conducted licularlj- applies (o that age of youth by Ihe Her. IL A. Cook, father of the which tases In the pupils of such in- "Jistcd by Ihe KCT. M. E. Wi- The hrlde was attired iu lutioa: our llltb school, broTCn hat to match The Hlsh School holds an important carried a beaulliul bouiuet of part in tile co.'nmuaUr. li coulaios. briilal rorps anj orchids. TLe-ived- Dales of peir dally ._ ADCB ol papers After expiration ilii-j la our authority (o continue the sue- r MONDAY NEXT [THANKSGIVING DAY, Lite every other national bonify ol this year, Thanksgiving dar ctjues in the year of u Great Peace after Great War. We are. accordingly, ii elinod to measure these days in the significance attached to them as oc- eurvlng in an eventful year. In this tre do well: But at Uio same lime, in this particular significance, we are apt to, lose tbe commonplace application irhich tbe appointing of such days as days o[ holiday This may be said o[ ThantglTlDS Day 'ot tnis year. In the vouchsafing of greal- we are apt to-lose sight of Uiose smaller mercies TThicn ou cArefat tLought comes to each one ol .ts.- However black tne" clous there Is always the silver lining. This applies to. the experienc'es which BITB come to each one of :us. .Ic brooding'over TriaL.income .cases, are prone to overlook the lacl tiat .Tfbal'is-baii'mlght have been particnlw ner last spring ol medal In the senior piano competition al tho Al- berta Musical Festival and withal a young woman of a gracious and gen- erous disposition, ready lo use her talnnts.lo assist on every occasion. Sio has mrvda debtors K well as fast friends of even- organization and lal circle in. TaW- Lieutenant Dong las (Jimmle of former days) Is o homo grown Taber boy. son o[ Mr. Wai. Douglas, first mayor of Taber- He served n-Ith distinction at the front] for three and one-half years; flril It. the Motor Transport Service and then In the aerial service, reluming to Can- ada last sprlnj. Alter the honeymoon Mr. and Douglas will resMo caar Cranbrook, but hope often to pay vls- ,5-as (attctully 'decorated with a flno iits lhelr mlni" Taber of uotlce that-a new spirit is being display of carnations and chry- Mr. T, W. Simpson formerly on the instilled imo the ll'sb. School. It is J ssnthemums. After the service the Bank ot Commerce Staff, who went a spirit connected with the social ao- i wedding party lo Ihe number of siv- overseas .with tho -113th tlrilies of the school as apart from Ibe enteen, went to Ulfe King Gcorso bold I vIslUng_ mere instruction which sucb lions are primarily intended to con- Ihose who have come to an age trtiere should be Th, are boys and g'rls wbo hare arriTed alnE mlrctl wu by McAul- Fuimor ag she sans -'Because'.1 while at Ihe ane whcu citiiensblp is ihc ibe rogiSttr was being, signed. Messrs, Cuok. and Roland Striagham aclcd Under ibe new ii is wonby as U5her3 Ior the The church where a dainty treakfast was The cflhipatir (ten withdraw io lie. confetti and good wishes, Mr and MM. Douglas made their depirture fcr Cal- gary and clber norlhern polnti. The weJdins presents recelveil bjr the bride, were mauy, cosily sliliofi of chins, tat slasj, linen, erwcire and olbcr Rilicles. Among the yltta teiit from tho east were" some sterling silver which had been giv- en as a. wedding present to lha ride' a t great in the year A very fine tea eet Ln silver was also among tha gUts received. U is needless to pay Ibal Mra. Douglas will be Erectly mUsed lu Taber. is an the win- d and In tho'evenius at S.45 p.m. a Salvation meeting will be couilucteO Adjutant Johnston, Both meet- ings wHI bo held lu the Theatre. On Monday at 2.50 a Musical uard will bo holj ju church and In the- evening at the same place a band concert at 5 p.m. The euggcfiUon made by Dro. Dono Publlco In recent loiters to Ihe Taber Time's and Lethbridge HeraU re dlv Idtug up lula 10 acre lota ibe Irrigable town fiunu lands that are Bold shortly Is worlhr of consideration by oar city fathers. Wo [eel sure a num- ber of our mluers, returned soMfera and other cll'.iens wou'J welcome the cbanco to InvesL Give tbo man of slender means a chance and cut out Iho speculator. The Ladles Aid of Knox' church will holj a Bataar and CbicXen Pie Suppor on. Thursday, Nov. 2Tlh. This advance notice ii la order to speed up the fat- tening of the chicVcns. (nisi that Mr. C. 'Blount. the Hie "editor of tho Taber Times will continue on the He carried on ils Tvorlt under great handicaps In a e period and made no splutter it. But we need him till] to boosl tor the Asrlculturil Society, tind olher community en- terprises. .We were Just beginning to recover our dashed spirits at tho Prlnco's re- fusal to hobnob wllb us when Mult and Jeff suddenly ceased to function In the "Albertan" and now we are IfflS ftRE {Continued From Front Page.) TET. Wilh the encouragement siren to these social activities, the students Ihe High Scbobl are made to feel that they are human botngs and nol mere machines lo be crammed with composed In part of Germans-from ficadernlc knowledge and fattened to the cf Gen. von der Goltz' troops. gain .the rltboas which are adjudged Thte is said, led to Iba them as ibe res alt ol examinations. They are moulded to become men and women of Ihe world and nol merely cliulbfs.'" This Is the real conception. "Wili Ihi5 In mind there _5 something needed from the public. t Is the acttTe Interest in .the High ent hoslilltles. Government The Morniug Post, which Is pro- V -woree. li frame.ol mbad thil Thj In (he full eonveja, iraj- of "'eh.annual relTDspepL'. JAs fcxiatod as it-is'wilh a-hoHday.lhere "Js'thal 1 .ftra v il cheerful jrorld 'nmTa. Happy .'World .is is "-be coriiJnually; hropdlne the ill Is can force our la.'look on Ihe (6itie o 'soiell'aies, we shall find Ui there-are. compensations eren IbODgh they he comDarailTely. small ones It'ia this particular Vspect of ffiTlDE Day which has Ita appeal. The moment we enlerta'a this we feel tba in the spirit .In which Day was ordained there Is somethlDg to'he tbankful for. The creed we pro- :.r.; aa a. nation and whose Idea IB have muTe UB what we.ara Is ilrenpthcned thereby. This la halplul