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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 2tt, 1011. THE LmiBKHMiKDAILY HERALD STANDING OF BRIGHT Dents Gloves Ladies'Home Journal Patterns RYLANDS CO. Macdonald Block YEAR END SALE We are now getting together odd lines overlooked in the Holiday Sale, and will make a final clearance of these on Saturday. Come down expecting Good Values and you will not be disappointed. Our Famous Dou Blank- eta, worth pair, will be on sale at pair Saturday Special Lot of Flanellette received this week, reg. 12 1.2 sale price lOc is extra good value Men's Mitts and Gloves, just the thing for the cold weather, at bargain prices. Separate wool Mits with separate Leath- er Covers, best quality for the two pairs Balance of Our Holiday Goods On Saturday at 10% off FOR HOUDAY POULTRY GO TO P. Burns Co. Ltd. TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS AND CHICKENS Provincial Government and Sharn- rock Creamery Butter Shamrock Smoked Meats MATHIESON HAS LEAD FOURTH CANNING FACTORY AT BLOOMFI6LD Picton, Dee is (o kave a tourth canning plant H V. Cooper, B Purtelle uni Ueujarnin the men behind the new'compan> tthicb he capitallied at The chait IT mill applied for at once The farm of .1. H. Baxter, ot 100 has lieeu purl haeid tor the sAe ot the new factory, Foolish Mother Mother (to are having visitors to tea among them is Mr Smith.. not' any re marks abouf..his: nose. The visitors1 came and aa 30011 iii Jlr Smith made his appearance Willie started to lauth and said. "Mama snid not to say anything about Mi noae and Has no nose for Tour Hew Year's Dinner TURKEYS CHICKENS DUCKS POTTED MEATS HOME MADE SAUSAGE NEW LAID EGGS ALL FRESH Westminster Market t 31013th Street, N. 1055 FOUR ACCLAMATIONS IN P E I NEW GOVERNMENT WILL SURE-' XY BE SUSTAINED Cliarloltetown, P.E.I., Dec. 37. Premier Matliieson. was'today elected hj nitli 'Itmplc MacDonaiii, to the I'nnce nil- ward Island- legislature. Oilier actlan'ations air John Mao- f'onspnjtiu', IB the lust niv tcicl oi kings And JolBKA-iMacDonald, tni1, in Ihc third iliblnci- ol Kings. p.isscil oft icry Ihc folllitting candidates bc- noiiiinateil lor the assemhlj t Prince Uisl Ben] Gallant, Lib cral T G.iliant, ronscrvatlve Seconil IMsuict, John Richanis, Lintral Goo Matthras, Conserva- l.ivc. Third J. J. JlcNallv, Lib-; mal 11 AiionAult, Conwsriatnc Fourth F. Tnplin, Liber- al J. Kennedy, Conservative. I'Mitit Hubert Howatt, Lih- eral .1. A. McNoill, Conservative Queens Insl C W Llh- cial V Keniwih, Conwnalur Seconil Dlstuct G W. YcPliee, 1 ibpr.il K II Buntain, Consrna- tnu Third C. Clia.nillcr, al Dr. liewa'l. Conservative. Fourth pavid" I'. U'ving, 'Charlottctown and F. -I, I S Marim, ConseiAatiM- N.Kli, Liberal W S Con- sorvatnc; G U Hughes., Liheuil Of. S. R. .lenltins, CJbnsftfVativu Kings First .lohn McLean, .lohn Kickham, Conscrvatnes flfcteil acclamation. Second 'A. Simuaon, Oon- servative R. N. Cm, Liberal. Third I. A t'on- svrvaUvc H. Nelson, Liberal. Fourth District-rA. P. Prowss, Con- servative G. S. limliin, Fifth T. MePonald, Con- servative, lilccfed liy accllimaHon. Nominations, fer Council The fallowing nominations were made (o tlio council Kings Firsl. uiswiot J. Kicklinm, i-'on- serviitivc, ;iccl.'iniation Krcond A. A. .McDonald; Conserval-ive B, Molniiia, Lihcr- Third ..I. A. MacUoualil, l-'cascrvativo, acclamation. lumtli District M McKeiinan, Uin.souaxne liiflies, Liberal 'itth Tlon A. M.ithir- son. Conscrviitivo, acClainatioiL 'I'lie reports received' fail pl. tin I" "IP eouml (oil Hni'ciiiintisi eron 4C, A Irvine 4S, W JlcAdoo 42, W House 40. li TJiomnon 19, J Held 3'l, W Smith .1-1 Parry 3D., 34, W I Scott 33, M Perry 30. Standard II., Miu Tiller's Claw Pertantage, 5S Si Oitlutad 85, A Milllgau TJ, W Wi'tU 70, M Bowman D A .Seaman 65, S Perry S Ingram 61, K 111, I, Pioctor 61, A Ar A Vigilant Unceasing Cleanliness at every uMttvidiial itafe ot fa, "SALADA" OnLON T1A. ITS M CLEAR, IT OOCUWT BI GUANtX HMH, eWXM Ml MTIMU. MCIM _____ MMMM MLT 'SALADA', T FLEETWOOO Standard IV, Mr. irsndow'e Cl ClaM PtrcsnUgt, 42 1 UolilnuD, W Dadmui, M Robiton, M Higlnbotliatu E Lukratantr, Standard I., Primer, Miss Jackson's Class, Percentage M Promoted to first K Lind- 85, A Altkens 80, 0 Lockwood ,'k'e'l, s'ltndiiulil J9. C Hosaine 77, V Mar.Me H D Mulkey 58, A la 67, C Cronklle 74, J .lohnaou 74, 0 73, E Me- Armstrong, B Niven, G Holt, A Bnl- 57 B Archibald 67, 1 Lodge 67. U Lean 70, R Ken 89. T Kesslei R lock, I? Ktttoii. M WeMtn, A Hunt, Church 57, M guman L Feinst.ln DaU, M Nlven 0 Hick 12, Xah rw..... r, a 50. J Craob 64. J MiiacoHtch 53, L Sbon .0, C 57 C, Marshall 54, Foid 51, ft Hardy SI, C Hanley 50, Don 50. Not promoted W Me- Feinsteln 41, J Mcflae 46, H Klmpp Cann 45, M Westlev 4o, F Graves JS 46, A Mason 4li, D MiLeod 45, E Stan Ungraded because of absence 0 Wad- ley 40, L House 44, H Roherston 44, dmgton, C Weul, nont, .Mm G Borgcii U, If- Hardy 45, W Gltddnn regular attendance Irregular attend- ancc is. the greateat ImttiJ'eap that call bo imposed upon a child. Parents Standard II., Miu Bowies'. Class- Class Percentage, 60 Mumm. Junior! Ha'il 94, J Ackford Sursu 90, McCann 88, K Harrison J Asp- D Aleiander 88, D Smith SO, P hn 87, O Earl 87, A Chaplin 86, I Ar- .SCHOOL Standard V. Senior, Mr. Stewart's 45, G ThoiiipEon Seaman 40, F Michell 32, R Davlcn 8tl, E Kaalce 8B, Class-Class O.lbrallb 80 P. Depew ,G, are'ln order of. merit: L' Dunham S Olson 66 B A Otmtam IS. V Green 87, K Me- 41 Link (.1. J M.rtm kO Phee S3 R KnsJte SO, .1 McKOOTie Marshall 57, G Shedden man's Per- centage 81 A Stacey 85, K Ball 94, B Pehrson 93, J 93, A Hamilton 'U, P Irincks 90, L Hiibliard 8'l, K Graves 88, F F Diser SO, C 011- r Boimell 80, W Mason 80, C Pain Coutts.SJ, M Hynov 18, Sh c 4o, D vcf Ki.Mary mgiBbpthaiu 84; Muriel 80 L Mason ?9, A Livingstone 78, B N Whitney 43, A Asncrolt 83> ft gilvor 82. M Me- rrame 77, G Horepool 77, I Mathers H M 7ti, S Brown 76, K Grant 75, L i, plrt 5, G. Otf-7-I, P. West 74, .T. West li, D. Mill rat 71 A Ksrle 70. G MoKttin O'l, G. Hinds I. llulnurt 6S, 0 Willtonm 1 Brown H, C Aird J Glllekpie 0 H McPhec 84, i McAdoo 03, M Miss McNab's W Hoselton.75; A Kessler 74, D Nash 67, K FnnoM tifi, T 66, McQueen 66, B Fouler SS, R McCarob- ly 63, P Blunt 6ii, D btitt 36, S Blaset >I HicksioS, 53, B Hut- son US, L Casca'dden 62, T Gcpghegan tou gji c Shaw 52, O.ChaplIn 52, II (11, V Taylor 5'l, W Murraj ol R Con McAdoo 51, E Westoil 51, II Kerr T.O, i bear 68, JI Foster 58, M Henderson R 50, o Morrison 4S, D qtt 48, Donald 81. Class Percentage N Cook 75, N .Hart 74, M 7J, M Rosalne 72, E Ault 71, K Pel- tar UcAdoo 65, V Kiis K4, A Vogaj. R1 Van Horn (iO, R N'eidiK Class Percentage 37 H Sivic 30, V 49, M Mc- Lean 48, M Swanson 47, K gjmonda 17 K Thomson 37, M McCleun 57, B v Sinclair 48, E Mairiott 47, D Bogle E Holiday 4% JF Bert ,4-1, noullon M Ungraded because ot K Huston 47, O Taj lor 4k, L Scott1 L Asnrroft 43, R Burnard 42, R Bllsoa absence II Tirris Anderson, Af y Lmk It., B Waddell 45, N Bent-i !0, R Kamsay 16, R Knuup in, Un- 0 Lambert, P Camiibell Standard V., Miss B. 44, R Wilmot 44, T Christiansen graded Q Bawson, F Shllliugton, r X Thompson 43, M Seaman 81, A Sawehuck, A Harding, B oen, L Thorn Percentage 60 Hamilton 30, M Jillllk 30, M Reid 28. F'Lust W Sick. J'eriv 87, D 81, I-. Young 79, standard Part I, Miss Pavey's T Home 7J, OHagnn C Bioik- Standard I.. Primer, Miss MaeKay's Cla -Class A- Green Class, Percentage 73 14, II .McDonald Ungraded b Hagell, II -Morns, L McLennan Standard IV., Percent- age, 59 M 011115 T1, P Olson B Goodman 70, L Hill ,68, A Huftner 11.8, K Knftei man (.8, M Sherlock L j Rcrth 02, A Williamt 50 Standard I., Part Percentage 13 ski 1.9 H Simpson B Hansch 67, M Mulkey '10, W Symonds 88, E Burl- T McKav 1.2, E Goodman 61, E Hut- lett K, G Wyman 75, Af Reid 73. N ton fib A Dolanej 36, II Richaidson Wellington 71, B Nevs 70, B Jlannard S3 B Humphries 39, E WhitneJ 28 70, G Paterson 70. A Gehm 60, G La> Unj-radecl S Reid, H NcUon, J Wad- throp 65, V Hoeelton 63, B Eastman IV., Junior, 'Mr. Jennjngs' dell. Standard Class Percentage, 55 W Dunham 81, X Walter 78. M Free burgei 75, I Gieen MacUonald E Wallace 65, L. Smith, bo, Mleen Tones C4, M Christiansen G4, D Church 61, 'HI McClenaghon 60, U. Young 5S, T Gordon 58, W'Giavcs 58, E Adam 57, A Lobb'oH, N Maclepd 64, R Kirk 36, A Brown 56, T Louis 55. A 1C Virtue 52, 7, Pines R Pipes 52, V Redmond 51 Gordon 50, M McCamblej 50, A Mnrraj oO, I! 50, Graies 50, M lloCiinn 49, A Falrfleld 49, N Neve 48, S Feinsteiu 'J7, 'M VatA 47, E ilton -17, M Muscoiitch 47, fl Xiven Hi It Way 45, O Hyolop 43. V Graves 15, L Ott 4J, E Brjans 42, G Hatch 41 Standard- III., Senior, Miss Gibson's: Clats- Percentage, 58 I P Morris H Cronkite 86, I, Fair- hurst G I'l nolle S.7 lj Smu'Sa. w.ilanscli So, I. Ingrn m M IV icli 71, I C'ninoinn 7'J ronguel I, While M, MiC.iun i.S, II PJl t.'SolI I.J, S li-', Koid S2, D Ptaylc 60, H Benson.58, A Gild- den D steele 57, 0 Freeman 55, F Dawcson 50, B Hagcll 50, I. Thomp. son 50, E Shillington 50, D'.Ott 63. Inttrmediates-rClaat 66 V Humphries SO, C Sandgiiist 78, K Hemingway 78, T Gilletnie 75, H Bpencc 73, H WolBey 70, C Daviea 70, L Hardy hi, T Musten 68, N Gmnt b5, Irt'larriott 63, R Whitney 6J, G An demon 61, E Jones 61, L Ogston 32, W Cnalmers 50, B Alexander 45 y Percentage 51 A Little'60, C Neldlf 58, E Tongue 58, C 57, V Dllffey 55, K Sln- 54, E Chaplin 50, E Fowler 60, C Reid 18, W Rose L, Frache 35. M D Richardson, O ROM, S Joyce, G Bleztrd, E Allen, T Hlfh. field, G White, D Henderson. traded- K Twrill, H Carl, 0 ion, C Fulleiton, R Roat. i Stinosrd III., Miss Class Percentage, M i .M 81, 0 flillertoB 81, I Tohnston 80, N.HiKlnbothani K li. man 78, E Kuntl 76, N Robinson 73, H' Niven 72, C Hookei 71, N 70, H Flinn "0, J Woslying 70, L. Pa'rrjr SS, r Ih b5, W U r lin Cl, P Smith I tit. 'i C Hudson 5J, V tfttift _; 51, M IVnaldson 50. W Henderson H WhitiieclC 44, Jessie .411. Standard II., Miss Henna's Cluop, Psre.nUge 77 M f'lmn 84, J Banks 84. -A WeitleV R'Dodman 82, H McMljUn 1) Banks 81, A Donald 81, V Bennett 7S., W 77, F Faunch 76, J slon 73, R Williamson 73, O 72. G Pirke L. OConnot P.reenUte (1 8 Donaldson 7J, L Kelsty B An- W W Knuit 87. It KcMann J Murphy 68, L Starts