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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALST PAGE ELEVEN Have HoUayCekbration With Day ia Liras e? Diitriet Town Were Present ThUYewAbe. boy to a substantial position on the regular staff, Mr. Buchanan referred to three other former employees who lure made jood' and still going strong la their chosen enlearor. Lieut. William Frame, who won Military Cms In. Franca, George McKilloj, who la now physical Instructor for the city schools, and Morris Duaaworth, student of the TJnlyer- of Alberta and' prominent college athlete, had alt started out In Ufa as Herald newsboys. From !be boys side of the house soass neat speeches were dinner, secured the birds that. Those who spoke for the boys were twice the .stie ol Tiny Tim... It Eye Carl Sand- wu a grand slfhl to see a hand red' o.ulBt, Tom Allen (the oldest boy in ilert, vigorous, fellows Georje Mlnter, Karl furroundlng the board ready and wmlt- Shidler, Barons, ana WaKtron Mitchell en'soh. Clareitiolni: John Phillips, Wla- nlfrod; Grant McKentle, Ccaihnrst; annum; William Wood, Nanlon; Robert McCasaland, Macleod; tyildroa Mitchell, Kanton; Peter MoGoTehi, Mitchell; Albert Flood, Victor Trombley, Cran- >rook: Steen, Carman gay; Emll MuU. Clarence Smith, Hill- crest.; tip me Heralds tt And smile, smile: !D( to tackle all the good things pre- oil pared by the ladies with u much Tin do stock of papers Start right boys, ul MTCT :v-; For th. What's ue of It MTW wu So pack IP-FOV It oli nlght: C. R. Ttutmatter of Kanton. Paw RtiolutlM.. One of the pretty, things of the enlng waa the passing of a Resolution of sympathy and good wishes for one C. It Hathews, accountant, gttili- of the boys of the staff who recently ed at the banqMt. droll humor met with aw oafortuoate accident, kept everybody In the bwt ot spirits Eric who Is In the Gait and tho caa to the bines r. Patley, fa the laatlcally. A Vote of" than Wffllam Buchanan, tendered plleen, and, Jeff. and towns were the Hospital recovering from injuries sua- _ resiar- talned by the accidental discharge ot "with of rtil a pin. The rote was proposed by AD-' moalned etaadlng Carl Sandqnist and was passed enthus- Btof son, "O.Gaaada" wu .nks was i" fell to. for the excellent, music.rendered dur- Ing the dinner and for the community ttmij wis of the boys Speeches followed the dinner. The, People's Forum RE HANAQERIAL FORM OF CIVIC GOVERNMENT Mr, ot the Boys Departmen t 'of then took the baacb. In hand, and for. SB hour lead Ihem in' group'of Crt "Shot" of Bunch briefly m.nUonea In Saturday's introduced dptiArt Btorm of g- first thing in-ordor. And whenJLbe words-of advice and "Chief" Mr Mr. .John Torrance, business man- d managing director, was" of the Herald was present at the by the toastmasteiv a and did his part to ride herd on the "gang." Those Present The "Who's Who'Olst follows: shook tbe-banquot s City Carriers: Thomas Carl had the honor of BD- Ing a Mat for two years as alderman, acd one as chief magistrate ct a thrlriac 'city of British Columbia, I would like, to my opinion on the (bore guesUon. i, I a council of qualified citliens as a gorernlag board. Composed of mayor and-dep- lily mayor (pfTlcc mayor) and are 'aldermen.. sod deputy mayor to be., elected by popular vote -of the term not to exceed two years." The aldermen to be elected by districts or wards, three for south side and i two for .north and term not to eiceed two years. recelre a remunera- tion of per annum. The 'deputy mayor and alder- men to Eay per annum. 2. The council to hare absolute control aTerererytblng, being the att prime head tor all administration pur- poses. V The council shall be dlrlded into three coHaittees by the mayor cacU committee to represent a depart mcnt as itVpresent constituted. Each commtlte'e shall devots their attention to tbelr de- partments, making a specialty along their reapectiTQ line so they can hail encouragement for boys inst launch Banaqujjt, Calvin Falrbankfl, Jaraes questions referred to them by the jiic Ka TheJboys from the district, were a ne'wahojvwaVcited as a demonstra- then shown ov'er; the Herald plant, tlon of what a boy ci'n, do.who prop1 s a slug of his name Sr. Buchajiaui: i stiiuUn ual keenly prln watched ifir'theibqys.Vaij'd" their jfiyea In I as; back established as 'a H6' and Earl Morris; who now-occupies, a respons- ible position on the staff, vrlth one 'hler, constituted ,the' whole force. December, tame out'as a __ with-a. staff of 14, Today- the .......Inpd to theni' that'tw'elvrtTiil'a'Herald has of 41 and an ttnanal half mllcsfofrpapcr was required-to pay'roll of y Mr. Buchanan 1m- run off the Ife.rald-dv'ery day. pressed tho boys vv-lth the Idea that From the Ilerald office th'o district they were vital parts of the Herald i boys Y: .M. C. A., sfaff, that continued Browth depended I a swim in work on pool. they were joiaed- every Herald employee. It'was no by thorny bofe.all set for the man job. Every one must do hi: cllmai'of.the 'part. i Tht Banquet I Newsies Make Good And iuch a ''feed." .O.hoy! Nc.7sr .In connection with Earl Morris; who will It be forgotten.- Surely the Ladies'; had worked his way up from'-neWs- Ship poppbothani, Bild'? McjOUop, Jean or Discharge any Consent of council "mployee without Orawf or'd. City' Beri'ard Knlbbs, Harold Berte Dantl, Stanley (c) To reorganize and rearrange the city slat (Inside and outside fer- vlcef Insofar as'he may "see fit to tho best advantage of the city Interesls. -To Actzjn conjunction with the Harry' Whitney, Alccf' Petras, AleCj Hnniulos, John Dorchak. .District .Amos, (f) TQ oversee all d by the council and be their chief advisor anil receive his instructions be removed by the majority rote Harold Locke, Earl Shld ler, Barons; 'Arthur Wanen. JIac'eod; Robert Warreno, Macleod; Joyce Lamb, Ca'rmangay; Lawrence Clem- WHEN BUYING YOUR CHRISTMAS GANDY WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST Our candy la as good as It looks. The fine displays In our store are proof of our ability to maita candy as delicious and pure as it It's all fresh and of high quality.- CHRISTMAS BOXES T From 50c to Home-made Mixture, pei-lb. ,40c Mixed Xmas Candyj per Ib. 30c Mixed-'Nuts, per Ib. 35c Every variety A big assortment of Canes for the kiddles. 603 ThitdAvequc South, Lethbridge full council (h) Tho manager say 5000 or (6000 salary -.4. 'The regular Ea> everv Mohday night (ex ept in caso of and press nil public'iiivited "to aiVmeetlnga, the ectlngs to tie ojien to all ven so far as'to express their views n any Imnortant question when call d upon to do so by (as pub- ic opinion is a good pilde, especially h complicated thereby ere- ting a lively Interest ;.ahd a closer onnectlon with the citiipns at 6. Tho council may any- hrrg of v'tal r a plebiscite, 6. Thf recall added if Closing Note You will notice clausdyc, section 1. am not very strong..on tho ward ystem. would prefer a popular vole >f whole city for the full council, but f this was done It would be possible o elect full council OH the south side bus depriving (he north side of a ust representation on; tha 'council joard. Therefore I suggest clause C section 1, to meet the situation. Let us have a model democracy onr a Hv_ely democratic council who will act In Harmony with our proposed democratic manager nnc Bel'an exaniple .for Al berta and even for Canada; F. H.HUTTON. 1520. Editor. Lethbrldge 16th re- ferring to, shopping' you stated mer- chants were dissatisfied wltbjtho esira hours'allowed s'aylbg would lose trade. v Well, Sir, tho arguments they put! up are the most foolish I "ever heard, j :Tney say that .mothers 'of largo fam- ilies de-pond upon1 the husband looking. after tho children whilst they do their shobplng. Now, If there, Js a largo family there Is uavally one old enough to look after the others and no man except A retail clerk would be working till 9 p.m., and when the clerk Is fin- ished all stores ore closed, so that Is ons argument that: doesn't count. The Christmas shopping hours are practically the same as the weekly half holiday. If a person wants any- thing they can get 'it before closing time, and I myself, think-that if'tho stores closed at the usual time (6 p.m.) they.would not lose a nickel, although It voiild bo harder on the dork. Iho retail clerks of Kdmonton getting tho. early closing bylaw ro- pealed. If they did no doubt tlie rea- son is that at the conference of Iho A. F, of L. In January a resolution IB to bs put asking tho provincial parlla-' ment to pass an set compelling-all' stores In Alberta to dose one half day per week. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for your spaco, I Sincerely President Local lijl JtC.LP.A, Complete January List on Sale Records Song Hits [VhltperUtf frank i iTorE-nnrBoyVba'tMtheLtttl i A .ThlM'smClriWho'nath. Square Crescent Tno AUShVd la NapoU Fnnk Cromlt ,1 Frank CrumH ll.M Nori Bayes I With Tfent I'd Beta la Borneo The Broatfwsy Slatla' the Kentucky I'm CcninJ to Dtiieatad I'll SOU Remember When Yon When You're Gone I Won't 0 ut the Weat When the Softly Cone taAGt CbarleiHarruoa Frank Chimit Henry BUTT FOBT' A-S315 Dahce Music ArtHicfcaian'sOrciotra 1 A-SJJI The Jajnmeae Art Kicimin's Orchestra I You Ted Lcmi' Jazz Eand Ted U-tis1 Jarz Band j Get ji Paul Bieti's Colltfe Inn Orcheitra V Step Faul Bloc's Collcp Ina Crcbestn j Anytime, Anydtr, ArtHiclman' You mai 1-Poi-Twt Rock-a-way, Trot By I A-SJi fl.M ArtHicknun Orchestra Prince's Orchestra I A-41M Pnnct'i Orchestra (t.U .Tjie Hippy bii-i'A-aSH Opera and Dream Lead Kindly Lljht I Need Thee Every Boor Cardn Theme and VarlaUons Love's Garden'o< Rose In the Bud .InthtEvtnlniby _ Margaret Roinairie and Steflar'ifjuart'el Ultle Bunch o'HontvnKS Margaret Roinaine aii AtTlCTO Jo I A-33M Instrumental Music Ballet Solo RaoulVidaa 'Jr for G Stnnt-Violin Solo RaoulV.das Hunfariaa March from Damnation of Faust (Rakoczy March) Philharmonic Orchestra of New Yort Polonaise in A Major (Chopin) Philharmonic Orchestra ol New York American Patrol-T-Xyloplionc Solo George Hamilton Gretn Intermezzo Solo Hamilton Greta Guitar Duet Fetera and Franchim Honolulu Hawaiian Guitar Duet Ferera. and FranchuU. Are Marl a Solo Clyde Dottr Clyde Dbcrf Alwaya MeiiMn String Orchestra Queen of the Curtis Mexican Oicbcstra I A-JJ13 J A-4171 Il.U A-3317 ll.M -i31i l.M A-MJ1 E-4813 New Proceia ColurnbU Recerdi DmMi, Jtpati- atdt, ecGJtclc in retry AtUll. Ntw CtlamUm KtcvrJi on Sail at all Colamltm Dtahnftit ZOlhof ErtrrMenlh, COLUMBIA CRAPHOPHONE COMPANY. 173 DEALERS sicCa 315 6th Si S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. J.DiHiginbothani Co., Ltd. tf AlERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS THE REXALL STORE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1515 AND Henson RAYMOND C. J. RITTER ;