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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LETIlBRIDGE DAILY HERALD a' DenUi Gbves tjuli^'Homb Journal Paiternt RYLANDS & CO. Macdonald Block "STANDING OF BRIGHT LETHBRIDGE SCHOLARS Results of Examinations in Public Schools for the T^rm Ending With Christmas Holidays , B�luw i� a T�^rl ot; the standInK Bhcnton r,g, \t Ramiay i)7, W HlUerud ot the puitils In the various achools 65, A WilBon 53, n .lolinaton BO, R Mc DonaM 50, C W�IUn$tOti 18, A Cam W0 are now getting together odd lines overlooked mthe Holkhy Sale, and will make a final clearance of these on Saturday. Comedotm expecting Good Values and you will hot be disappointed. Oiir Famoui Dou Blank- b e(^^^^ w^^ $3.50 p^r, \yill be on sale at $2.75 pair Saturday Lot of Flanellette received this week, reg. 12 1^2 sale price lOc^ Tliit i* extra good Talue 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 $1.75 for the two pairs foi' the present torm. The percentago Is, useful for comparing the work of tl)e students in the same class, but cHiiriot be used to compare with those of other Classes, as the standard set by the different teachers may vary. Regular promotions are made only at midsummer, but tis some pupils In the primary classes were ready for advancement, special promotion ex aminations were given in Standard I., part 1., The results, are shown In the class reports for the different schools. ' ; The work iu all ciasoes has Iwep most satisfactory, the attendance has been good, teachers hare taught with sympathy and system, and naturally the pupils have done well, and been b&ppy. Unfortunately some parents still fall to realize the importance of regular attendance. Irregular attendance is the si'eatest handicap that can be imposed upon a child. Parwts will find that, though It may require Balance of Our Holiday Saturday at W III dsOn FOR GO TO P. Bums & Co/ L^^ TURKEYS. GEESE. DUCKS /^CHICKENS Provinaal Government and 4, S Ingram 61, B liowtljer fil, I, Proctor fil, A Ar A VMIiat lliictiisiiNi at cieanliims /pt^pidrMm onioN TiA. ITS Hb ouAR. IT oboum uaMtiai ^ , llfVVI *SALADA*.T9, 0 Rosaine 77, V Mantle Tfi, H Lindsay O Mulkey 58. A.Lewis 57, C,Cronkite 74, J .lohoaon 74, O Ramsay 73/ G: Mc-S7, B Archibald 67, 1 lx)dge' 57, H Lean 70, R Kerr ��. T Kessler �8. R Church 57, M Seaman 56, L Felnsteln Davis 66, M NIven �3, O Hick 62, Mah 5C, j Crabb 54, .1 Muacovltch 53, 1^ Sbon 6U, C Brown 57, g Marahall 54, Ford 51, R Hardy 5l, C Uanley 60, .liLIng Don 50. Not promoted: W Mc Feinstcin 4!}, J McRae 46. B Knapp'Cann 45,' M Westley 45. F Graves 38. 46, A Mason 40, D McLeod 45, B Sun- Ungraded because of absence: O Wad-ley 45, L House 44, R Roberston 44, dington, 0 Weet, Lee ' Qong, .Mm !g norgeu �f Hardy 45, W Qlidden. Mumm. PLKCTWOOD CHObl. ''�> ^ Standard IV., Miv Srandaw^'eiili^: ^ .Toyce. O Blezard, E Allen.  Hm^ field, O White, D HanderMm. lUl-; graded: K TerHli, H Carl, O S�i�i son, C Pttllarton, R Roaa. 39. Standard II., Miss Bowies'. Cla Class ^arcantage, 60 D Alexander 88, D Smith 86, Juniors Clasa^Paretntasa M F Hall 94, J Ackford 9!/, I SUTBU 90, W MoCann 88, K Harrison 87, .T Asp-lln 87, C Earl 87, A Chaplin 85,' I Ar- a BBcritice to keep the boys and girlslStalnos 86, 0 Moe 79, O Young 70, N chibold 73, E Lindsay 70, T West 66, at school every day, such a course Uniigs Tlch rewards, both in good habits and IhteMectual oevelopmentj . , CENTRAL SCHOOL Standard V. Senlcrr, Mr. Stawart'a Claaa-Class Percentage, M The-names aria In order of merit: McLeod 68, G Simmons 67, L Simp- is Ford 60, W Osborne 55, L iSvers-son 65, U Lethb'rldge 62. C Ford 60,'field 50, L Blunt 45, W McDonald 40, O Shaw 57, C Moth 67, C Nelson 55, B Falrtietd 50, U Shaw 47, D Bllson 45, 6 Thbmpkian 43, L Seaman 40, P L Badowakl. 30. Standard I., Primary, Michell 32, R DoivieB 86, B Kaake 85, R Oalbraltb 80, F liepew 75, H Bon-nell 69, L Dunham 68, S Olson 66, B A Duniiam 98, V Green 87. K Mc-'Brown 64. M Link 61, J Martin 60, - '"'J'" '"'-^ Phoe 83. R Kaake 80, 3 McKen�ie 80,'O Marshall 57, G Shedden 56, H Mlaa C. Shar-man'a Claaa 'Claaa l.-�eiaaa Par-eentage M A Stacey 96, K Ball 94, O Pehraon ,93i J Altlton 92, A Hamilton 91,' P 89, K Gravea F Bonnell 80. W Mason 80, cTarVy Coutts.5l, M Hyssop 48, J SIvic �. D JJ/gS^'Maw'll'lLrot^a'r 80, L Mason ro, A Livingstone 78, B mcbe^45 N Whitney A A.hcroft ^^I^^^^^^^^^^ Tit Prame 77, 0 Horspool 77, I Mathers 36, H Dalaney 30. 76, S Brown 75, K Grant 75, L Plaherj 9t,,j,rt i.,^ 75, G. Ott;74, P. West 74, T. West 73. D. Murray 71. A. Earle 70, G. McKain U!), Mies McNab'a Claaa-Cliiaa Percentage. 57 W HoBelton.75i A Kessler 74, D Donald 81. Class It.-cA*s Psrcantaijt, M N Cook 75, N Hart 74. M IVaatoa 0. Hinds 68, '-Nash 67, K Farrow 66. TH�rd�-66, Ri!l;^J,%"5�^^^ Hulburt 68, O. Williams C7, �� McQueen 66, B Fowler 83. R McCamb. Brown 67, C Alrd 0,5., i QlUesplc 65, M ,y 53. P Blunt 56, D Htltt 55. 8 Blaset'Y.*'*'"' ^ * MoPhee 64, I McAdoo 63, M Donald- 54, m HIcUb 53, M Willlson 53, B Hut-'" son 63, L CaBcadden 62, T Geoghegan ton 52, C Shaw 52, D Chaplin 52, M 61, V Taylor 59. W Murray 59, R Con- McAdoo .51, B Weston .51. H Kerr 50, ibear 58. M Foster 5S, M Henderson r irwin 60, G Morrison 48, D ott 48,'Lean 48, M Swanaon 47. K BymOBda 57, K Thomson 57, M McClean 57, By Sinclair 48, B ^larrlott 47, D Boglo'46, B Holiday 45, M Belt Graves .44, Boulton 52. Ungraded because of 47, k Huston 47, G Taylor 46, L gcott! L-Aatacroft 43, R Bumard 43. R Bilsoi 58, g Pllmer 57; Claaa III.-Claaa Parcinugs 37 Sivic 50, V McLlKOd 49, M Mc- H 30, B Ramsay 16, R Kna|kp 15,. Un-~ " Sbllllugtou, .1 irOURTH CANNING FACTORY AT BLOOMflELD Pictoii, Dec. 28.-Blooronald is to have a fourth canning plant. H. W. Bedell,. H.\. Cooper. Is/.B. Purtelle and Benjamin Leaf ens -are the men tiehlnd the new.-company which will be capiUllsed at 150,000. Tbe cbart-or will be applied for at once. The farm of .1. H.'Baxter, of 109 acres, has been purchased for the sUe ot the new factory. foeliah Mother .Motlier (to Willie)-We uru haviug visilcn-s 10 tea �rid among tlieni 18 Mr, Smith. Yon. must not push any 1 marks about bis nose. The visitors came uud as �ooi\ :is Mr. Smith made his appearance Willi'e started to laugh and said: ".Mama said not to say ahytbiOK about -Mr. Smith's nose and,he haa no tmsu." for tmip Mew Year's Dinner TURKEYS :: CHICKENS DUCKS POTTED MEATS HOME MADE SAUSAGE _ NEW LAID EGGS ALL FRESH Westminster Market 31013th Street, N. Phone 1055 FOUR ACCLAMATIONS IN P. E. I.- NISW CPVERNMENT WILL 8URE-^ LY BE SUSTAINED Cliarlottetown, P.H.I., Dec. 37. - Prcmior Mathiesou was today elected by acclamation witli liis coUcaguu, Temple MacDonaUl, to the Princ* Ed-w.ird iBlaiid legislature. Other acclaniations are ; .John Mac-Lean, f"onservativc, in tlic first district of'K-iiigs. And- .Joha*JV:VMacDonald, Consetva-llve, in ilie third district ot Kings. Nomination day pa.sscd oil very (luietly, the following candidates be-I'iiig nominated for the. assembly:. Prince Kirst. Oistricl/^Ben]. Gallant, Liberal ; S. T. Gallant, Conservative. Second District. - .John Richards, ; Geo. Matthews, Conservative. Third District-J. .1. McNally, Liii-eral ; A. K. Arsonault, Conservative, Fourth District-F. Tuplin, Liberal ; .J. Kennedy, Conservative. i'MfHi District-Hubert Howatt, Liberal; .1. A. McVeill, Conservative. Queens First. District-C. \V. Crosby, Liberal ; At. Kennedy, Conservative. Second District - G. W. McPhec, Liberal ; K. H. Biintain, Conservative. Tiiird District-C. Cliandler, iJln-r-al ; Dr. Oewar, Conservative. . l�'ourth District-David 1'. IrviuR, Charlottt^town and Royalty-F. ./. Liberal!; J. S. .Martin, Conservative. N'lteli, Libera! ; W. ,S. .Stewart, Conservative ; G. TO. Hughes, I,iberal ; Dr. .S. R. .Jenkins, Conservative. Kings First District-lolin Mclicaii, .John Kickhan>, Conservatives elected by at^laniatiou. Second District-A. ,Simpsou, Conservative ; R, N. Cox, Liberal. Third District-.1. A. Dewar, Conservative ; H. \elsou, Liberal. Fourth District-A. P. Prowse, (Conservative ; G. .S. luiuiin, Liberal. Fifth D'istriot-f, McDonald, Con-stTVtttive, elcct'Pd by acclinnatlon. NemlnatlC'ns for Council The following nonunations were made fo tlio eoiincll : Kings l''irst Disvrict - J. Kickliani, (,'on-s Intermadlatea-Class Percentage 66 V Humphries 80, C Sandqulst 78, K Hemingway 78, T Gillespie 75; H Spence 73, H Wolsey 70, C Davlea 70, L Hardy 69, J Musten 68,. N Giant 65. M iJlarrlott 63, R Whitney 62, G Anderson 61, E Jones'61, L Ogston 511, W Chalmers 50, B Alexander 45. Juniors-Class Parcantage 51 A Little'CO. 0 NeidlK 5S, B Tongue 58, C Lewis 57, A Duffey 55, H Sinclair. 54, E Chaplin 50. B Fowler 50. C Reid 48, W Rose 37, L Prache 36. Standard III.. MIm irah'grCI Claaa Pareantaga, � -  "^'.^ M Oeogehan 81,.O rtiUertom 8I; Johnaton 80, N HUlnbotiuim 7�,'^-' man 78, B Kunit 75, .N RobluM 73. Nlven 72. C Hooker 71, N ParkaJO^ riinn '(i, i Woslying (0, i; Psrqr F !ik:,-.t: fh 65, W BalMns U H atii't iin 61. P Smith IW. I McVeaa Bit.>d3.T� Tuckwell 56, C Hudaon 5J, F ��rt�*i 51. M DriMldaon 60. W Hiiiteriiril^iili H Whttlwck 44, Jaaai* mokmll 4S. >;, Undard II., Mia* Hgnns'g OlMgnfi Claaa Paimntag* 77 ' M Fllnn 114. J ^nka ��; Waani>;! ~ 8�. R'Dodmisn 82. H McMillan SS-'ix; Banks 81. A Donald SI, V Bannatt ^tfS^. W Rldpatk 77. V Fanach 76. J KlAg^i, aton 73. R Williamson 73. O JobutW 72,.O Parke ��, L OCoaaoc.H.,.., ' Juniara-Claaa ParsanUfla  CI i^o'^rrj S Donaldson 72, 1. Kelsajr 7�,B'An,-f-, drew'69, W Watta �8. W Knuat VI^'M McMann 67. J Murphy W.'ls^mm/iky 65. B Smith �4, Roy Fatter 64^ H KlBgr-^ stoa 62. 11 WcasAman 6�. C gaas it., 'M V KIton 57. D Knapmau 50, X, UmaifKi'iiW 47. G Archibald 4S. ' Standard I.. Part II.. Mlaa Ja^haanTa 'ym. ' Claaa. Claaa Paraantaga,'M ' V Sanderaon 7�, E'Ahrena' 7�,,'� Fji^ Geosbegan 74, R Air�-73. A Alinna'v/ 71, D PDrbea 69. L Packer �8.'A'-Mi-V'i Veaa 66, t. Dieaetb �4, M Johniton VStl C Weselman 61, M Fllnn 60; DCiidoba:!; 58, W Marr 54, I.. Marshall Sa,,C Die-.i| er ns, M Pulley 51, P Joyca 4�. L HaV 46, OStobyu 43, W Shariand 30. Vn.^:; graded: \, Knapman, J Partr. M Wat-V',--! klna. . 4^^*^ Standard' I., Part'l.-^laas Pare�ntifa:!lf C Mathers 85, .T .lohnston 83. .'a''>. Bennett 81. C Holt 80.Andrew-71)' | G Pulley 68. B SeHens 6K. O Haaaeiidi 58. B King 51, W KIton 49. L JwpeM 47, 1 Bouck 40. Standard I., Primer, Mlaa Currla'dj Claaa-Claaa ParoanUga 67- Claaa I.-M Wllliamaou .90. IJ: Sbu^l ons 90. P leader S9. KFrautlabi'fi'SM A Weselman 86, K DarUB|ta|i^ Robins 84, M Hallwortb St. A^jDOMMr son 82. C Patta 81. I KroaiBC>,7i. -ir pLa-Class II.-I Brooka 74. 0 Vlaay'74;vMl A Oraxes 3.1, ^i fJUywyn 30. .1 Neediiani 2'J, .1 Lawoon 20. S Drinkalll X6. Standard II., .Senior, Miss Addy's C|iias~Claas Percentaqe, 55 U Blmmotis 88. C! I'Viiolie s5, ,1 .S<;ca H'A, W Manacli .Sii, L Ingram 75, .\J IV.CKli 74, 1 Cnmoron \V Tongue (i.S, I. AVlilte-iii'., C .M(<'�Mn ii5, 14 Pat-ci'Boil- 112; S .Mi��on'. ii2i \V  Ford (lO,- li Also Rubbers, Cardigan^ Leggings and Heavy Wool Hosiery in all Sizes and Prices : : : : : : : : : : Cold Weather Breakers Which Are Worth While Wearing : : : : : : 1 IJ W. J. Nelson ;