4- 4- 4 4- 4- : HE LESS! A ; t4--f44-444- f 4-4 (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) ' Helena, Mcnt., Dec. 6. Thanksgiving Day was celebrated here in a fitting manner, showing that the old time American Am-erican religious spirit is still appreciative apprecia-tive of this anniversary. Rev. Father Day officiated at the Cathedral services. Good music, prepared especially for these services, was hearel in all the churches. The day was not marked by any, large dinner parties, though there were a large number of small ones, wCierein intimate friends dned together, or a hcters invited some bomeless bachelors, or mayhap some girl bachelors bache-lors -away from home. Quite a number of families gave their cooks a holiday and dined at the various hotels, and there were the usual family reunions. Thanksgiving dinner was very much , relisael by the children of St. Joseph's Home. It was the first time some of the little ones ever cele'brated Thanksgiving and it was amus'ng to hear the lernarks during dinner. One boy, said: "My, but we have lots of good stuff today," and another, on being asked what cranberries cranber-ries were, t'aid: "I don't know, I never had anything like that before." One of the others seemed puzzled at the ignor- ance of his liitle. friend, and said: "I know; they are. plums." The children and Sisters express sin-cere thanks to their many thoughtful friends, among whom may be - erpeciaily mentioned Thomas Cruse, who donated 4,000 pounds of flour; Mr3 William Stuewe, two turkers; ... Miss Johanna McGulre, turkey and cranberries; Mrs. Knute Opheim,. turkey, cranberries and apples; ap-ples; Mrs. J- Karrnes, $1; j. p. Wool-man, Wool-man, one barrel of apples; Jacob Fisch. er, $10; T. C. Power, $10; Mrs. McNara-ara, McNara-ara, $2: M. Stravick, $1.50. Several others, oth-ers, whose names are not known, donated do-nated liberallv.