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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tire DA1LT RDXESrUY r, OCTOBKH 22, lain SPEAKS ATIABER Tells '3-abor Gathering Position of in District Other News Our'. Own TABER, Oct. Saturday ftius, October ]Sth. Mr. Mike KilpaM and Miss Ada Cave wikre unlteu in! in tillage by the Rev. A. C. Urran in residence of the Mr. and Mrs. Jobu Cave, Taber. .Mi. John Fllgas acted as groomsman :tr.O Miss Ann'e Klucsarits an bridesmaid Alter lie ceremony alt sat down to 2 bounlilul repkst prepared by the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Kilfias will-reside la Taber. The. harvest thanksgiving -prvlce? iu Knoi church iwssoJ olf most suc- cessfully. aUenda-.ices were a; both dieis o( worship, and hearty ser- vices. The church wjs tasiefiOly decorated with; a. display of flowers, fruit, and vegetables. On Tuesday evening j tongregalion- al soda] was held in the lecture room of the church, Et which n short pro- fram was rendered. Those parLklpat- Jog were: Mrs. ChrMensen, solo; Mrs. Walter, recitation; Mr. AD- drew Rowley, solo; Mr K. Janline. two original "Goi Bltsa iho Prince ol and "The Miss Olive Keeley, Billig- "rae.'er and Mrs. Bryan, piano duel. The church orchestra also gave a number ol splectlons throughout ihD evening. The program was followed by ihc auc- tion ot all the donations contributed for the harvest This was conducted, by Mr. Portoous, ?.nd icalUed about ReCresh- raerils wera then served and an enjoy- able eren'ng brought to e close. On Thanksgiving Sunday the Salva- tion Army band from Leihbridge, with officers in 25 members ID (he town. Open air meetings were held afternoon and eve- ning, followed by meetings in the theatre. On Thanksgiving Day a musical blizzard was given in the Presbrlerian cnurc'j at 3 p.m. and ID ihe evening in the seme place a con- cert was rendered by the band, assist- ed by several other members of the army. It Is the purpose of the army 1o hold week-end meetings lu Taber till the month oE March, and then tUtablish a permanent cause here. Air. and Alts. Frank Beard left for Chicago on Monday. October SQih. B-htre they make their hone in ihe, future. Their [rieuds in Taber re- gret I heir departure out wish them Coda-peed. Mrs. Roy Henderson lias been en- gaged to teach the South Side school. Mrs. George Dantorlh was a week- end Tisilor in Taber. Major McXell, ol Calgary, provln- cial organizer and' surjerrisor of llie .school cadets, was (a town on Thurs- day inspecting the corps recently form ed'in the Taber school. .Mr. Thomas JJenderscn left (last week to visit friends in Carirale, Sask and other points. have always been (aught to re- Sard wpraea as constituting the senll- intjntal eel men as swayed solely by practical utilitarian bai we have become somewhat dubious of these aiioms since Capuin McCsll> visit to Taber last Thursday. bad expected to see the aeroplane besieged by an excited crowd of ladies, keen to experience the thrill of clearing the air like a bird, and clamoring to be taken up at once ai cost. But not so, Mary .Ann! Fifteen dollars looked good for a pair of shoes. They would rather walk the earth well-shod sJi months than sptnd tbeir pre- cious fifteen dollars tor a" Hie tbrill Id the empyrean blue. And mm HEAH PIMPLES In terrible rash on face wblcb made tfrin BOTC and Influned. Inluted face by tastchicgwidwasdla figured. Cook! not Bleep well ted rcade fed Trouble listed 3months before Cmlcurl and aJuj using 1 cakes of Soap I bo I of Oinl- twrrt wt3 completely healed. Fiom signed Bliiancni of Mlts a Ncabd, R. R, 5, Bros ,O n t CuUcura Soap, Ointment ead Tal- cum promote and maintain pnilty, atln comfort and a often when All else falls, ftn tree nnpli cf CsSc pul- ofJB, P. I. fed fO Captain McCall haj to ba content ii'.erie male Tliesa all but iroj en one dnoihcr iu their reckless to experience the new tens-iUcm. Doois or not booti for winter, ihov ihe thrill now. It was an Ideal day for flyius ;inJ (he following gemWaieu negui'iiled the trip with safely' and enjoyment: Messrs. McMahoa. Mahoa, Jw Gldmac. Uoyd Dean Fer- in iia. Ad die Long. Leur acd D, Malo. are to steam coal (rom Bblr- more this wiuicr in our schools, [t Is cheaper, bettr and cleaner ifci- lotrjl proiluci. On Thursday ereninE last a larpe rubllc Catherine; ot miners and other i-Iilzens was in ihe Rei theatre. "5hc was presided over bjr Mr. Win. Cidmsn, and was helJ iu thp in- leresi of ihc Winnipeg strike leaders, The chief speaker ol the was Mr. R. J. Jetnif. oce .of the strike leaders, a ready snd forceful speaker, who gave -u intercstiog accouul of the strike, li from the workingmau's poini or Tlew. Ja clos- ing ho made an appeal on behalf: o( the suite leaders for financial sup- port to aid In lighting their cause in ihe law courts. A coltectfon. W5s then laVcu. which acioualej to ovor Jii. Mr. I1. Cbriitopher nlso addressed the audience, telling theia the present po- sition ot thicga in District IS. The Miners-' Band nss on the platform and fievc selections during the evenlug. Howard Kins oC ihe R.S.W.M.P.. who lias hcen convalescing frouj ty- phoid the Ihree weeks, returued to Rcgina on Tuesday. (Frtsra Our Own Corresmnditll I LKAVlTT.-OcL farewell party m honor ot Thos. U. Learlit, who left Saturday morning tor Salt Labfe Citv, was given In ihe ward meet- ng honsc bn Friday night before he departed. Everyone In Leav'lt was present lo show their respect and good ivill to this young man who U to leave Salt Lake Cily on the 39th ot this month on a mission to ihe Central States. He has been a very .active worker ID all frard affairs here an.'J what is the temporary loss of Learnt at present will be LUe gaUi of the Central Slates Mission, by the cnroll- nieat of such a worthy young mao. The program was especially well giv- en and appropriate. The whole audi- ence Joined in the opening Ye Are Called fo Labor." The song "Waiting for the was also snog by the people present, after Cbas. Qulnton had offered the opening prayer. Short addresses were made by Thos. R. Lcavlll, the uncle of Ihe young rnan; Qu'jitOD, of Ihc ward bishopric; D. O. Wight, president of Ibe M. I. A., end Gco. E. Catioon, the chairman ot the Leavitt Amuse- ment committee. Among Ihe musical numbers "were a duet, "I'll Go Where You Want Me to by the Misses QUen, and "Cast Thy Bread Upon the sung by WiUlam Learitt and his da tighter, Queena. The recita- tion by Golden LeariU is worthy of special mention. The program was interspersed with dancing and Hiouse- menl, during which a collection waa taken by the Leavitt Missionary c mlltee and enough money and some to spare to pay the fare of our young missionary !o his Jielfl cl labor, was received. The farewell speech o( Thos, H. our snd- eJ Lhe erenioG's entertainment. Other parlies have been held during the wc-pk Jn his honor also. The M.I.A officers held an "At Home" last Monday evening. Games and lunch indulged fn by all, during which a presentation of a Waterman Coun aio pen waft made, to our departing ellow officer by.the officers of the I. A. Also a gathering of the 1m mediate relatives and a few friends it'lhe home oC Alfred LeavIU, the atticr of Ibe guesL ot honor, was held Thursday night, last ween. An ex- cellent supper wag serTetl to all pres- nt, after which iiro hours .were fpenl n a very enjoyable manner by all Thi3 consisted of conlEsla oC Tarioun [incla, the most lively and interesting lelog a blindfolded eating contesl nortl game of parlor baeebaH. "Making Hay While the Sun Is the order of Ibo day In .eavKl Just now. Nearly every young man In Lcavllt and Eevcral ol the older ones are north putting up hay