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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I ri(l:iy, January JO, lf)l� T l-l i; i j K TiiJS K i J) G E d A ily H E it A ju j> sSKK wSg dec. 31 The following report of class standing: in baaed up on the records of the 'pupils' work for (hi- term, while the percentages indicate the relative .standing of the pupils in (he same 6: If. Brodie and A. Delauey, 55; B. Hut-ton, 54; S. Feinstein,,. 6,V, I. Gordon. 49; L. 'Schweitzer, 46; II. Cronkhite, 4 0; L. Fairhurst, Class average, PL' per cent. Grade VI., Mr. Shaver, Teacher 'Alvin Graves, 70; Winston Hyssop, 76; Dorothy Stafford, 76; Lucy Hardy, 75; Arthur Macdonald, 75; Anna Wo. Smith. Albert Me-j (Juire. Marry Sinclair, Billy Alexander. ' Westminster School i Grade VIII., F. (' ] pal (names in order o Sfinires. li'-nha Seoit, John Shand. William Donald. Julia Nielsen, Mary llarleman, Mabel Hyssop, Joseph Gillies. Sydney Emerson, Clarence Gelger May Balhmiyne, Mark English, Ruth Matson. Ilerbeil Gelger, Hugh Mc-llvena, Vivian Odney.-CUibs average 4S.5 per cent. Grade VII., II. II. Bruce, teacher.- M. Kerr, E. Tillack. M. lleaton, M. Sievensoii, A. Covr-ll, G. Williams, Z. llarleman, L. Parkes, P. Matson, V. Crillies, n. ^Vatson, P. Kergan, Robert Watson. C. Swanson, A. Vene, E. Watson.-Class average 5S.9 per cent. Grade VI.-II. Bryan, V. I-leden-stroin, J. Lakie. M. Reid, E. Wynne, II. Stevenson. P. Buchanan, A. Walton, E. Coultry, W. Lalng, P. Pendle, E. Wilson, W, Mallen, H. Chaplow, B. Craigen, E. Sullivan, L. Thomas, A. Radley, 13. Geiger, C. Bains, W. Payne, II. Skidimoro, W. Wylie, G. i Dodd. F. Wardman, Al'an Walton, W. Borster.-Class average -15,8 per cent-Grade Miss N. Ilaljienny, teacher.-Maggie Flinn, Conrad Tambor, '/.era Dimsworth, James Goldin, Harold Shenton, Charles Pankhurst, Lily Mitchell, Phyllis Williams, Fred Ingram, Andrew Queen, Henry Weselman Maude Stevenson, Kbcn Wylie, George Bolderson, Bert Davis, George Boulton Henrietta Graham.-Class average, j 55.4 per cr;nt. ! Grade iv., Miss C. L. Trenholme, ! teacher.-Margaret Gillies, Jessie | Needham, Kate McGowan. Agnes Rob-crtson, Myrtle Gillies, Margaret Red-sliaw, Cyril Hoult, Frank Staines, Laura Buchanan, Richard Mallen, Mar tha Kevgan. Clara Moiling, Einar iMalm, Marjorirt Vlournes, Frank Sullivan, Norman Fox. Lillian Morris, Chas MUligau. Arthur Roberts, Tiennie Von Lltli, Bessie Carter, Maggie Buchanan, Arthur Cain, Mary Wordman, Jlary ill)-Ituhy Ingram, Clifford Carroll, .Limes Hoiigall, Jack Stevenson, Mary Alasclink, Charlie -Murray, Hov.ard Fairbanks, Rcnard Fox. Malcolm PM-lingson, Gewge I'anilch. \Valter | Sparkes. John Fuller, John Talbot, Alberta Jtose, Myrtle Hyssop, Alec. Wilson. Tom Leichman. Emily (jowin. Harry Ford, John Chalmers. Bailey Street School Grade I., Miss Bennington, teacher. --.Mabel Hill. Dora Mel lor. Adelhcrt Butts, Rae Pirie, Cissy Devlin, Ethel Dodd. Janet Twaddle, Ernest Mercer, Inez Wilson. (B)-John Wiley, Harriet Carter, Fraud's Vere. George El- ves, (>;>: Claude Boulton, 6"; Cerll Hut- j dig, Henry Gorgenson, Murray Elliker, ion, 61; Alfred Towle, 61; Dorothea ; Lillian Ashcroft, Brien. Hornix Muriel Stacey, 60: Harry Sponc.e, 57; Eric-' i.'aldwell, 55;' Gordon Eliwyn. 55; Helena Bissett, 53; Laura Smith, 52; Phillip Ott, 50; Rnlou lbey. 4S; Martha Scott, 44; David Aitken, 46. Class average, 50.2 per cent. Grade IV. Mary Crawford, 86; 86; Ida Cameron, S2: 7S; Ella Spence, 72; Robert Aitken, 70: 67; Lucy Ingram, 66; Kerr, Marian Dottgall. Crawford,. Lucille Mc Class 11- Edward iKlyeui, ..Lawrence j per ; j ton, Hector Ingram. Joseph Slmm, Alma Finmer. Janet Mcllvena, Sydney Payne, Olive Jackson, Samuel Mc-Gowan, Lily Binning, Jack WIshart.- Class average, 63.0 per cent. Grade III. (Senior) Miss W. Hyssop teacher-William Coffey, Elsie� Wost-cott. Gordon Grist, Grefta Wilson, H. Hill, Victoria Miller, Violet Grant, Rosie K'tiowlden, .lames Thomson,-May Fllnn, Robert Kerg-an, Jlillie Oris I, Theodore Malm, Bella McNabb, Bertie Maclndoe. Lena Radley, Joe Szabo. Harvey Gowin, Walter Cook, Ernest Willetts, Kathleen Dldggory, James Li vie, Erika Olander, George Sear, David Kerr, Anthony Jarvie, Hurga McLellan, George Hyssop, Hazel Marshall, Clara Heaton, John Liun-ing, Bessie Wronska, Lester Heden-strom. Hilma Glidden, Gertrude Doe. -Glass average 59 per cent. Grade 111. (Junior) Miss D. Pound, teacher.-Ruth Brown, Arthur Buchan an, Mary Craigen, Arthur Pendle, Jas. Hill, Willie Patching, Norman Geiger, Elsie Sineed, Stanley Hargreav.es, W. Westcott, James Millar, Annie Wood, j May Horn, Sybil Williams, Marjorie Smith. Ruth Mockford, Daisy Holmes, James Jones, Minnie Hazen, Ada Binn Margaret Beach William Hansen John Scott, 71; Winnard Ford, Willie Mcauoo, 57; Alfred Wilson, 52; Maud Ramsay, M ; Carl McCain,- 50: Owen Lodge, 43. -Class - average, 66.1 per cent. Grade IV., Miss E. Dawson, Teacher J. Furman, E. Killing and H. Church S3; L. Killins, 82; S. Ingrain, 81; R. Carlson and L. Proctor, 78; D. Sand-ciuist, 77; M. Gibbons and R. Wiimot, 76; S. Perry and F. Hanson, 75: .1. Van Haarlem and .1. Reid, 71 : J. Mus-covitch, 71; J. Crabh and U. McDonald, 70: A. Lewis, 60; C. Wellington, 67; R. Robertson and R. Hardy, 66; ll. Feinstein, 65; G. Borgen, 64; M. Taylor, D. Smith and T. Scott, 62; A. Seaman, M. Seaman, W. Martin and ,l. Feinstein, 5fl; D. McLeod and Marie Seaman, 58; A. Crawford and A. Irvine 55; W. Patterson, 52; l-l. Perry. 50; L. Thompson, 41: G. Luke, -Class average, 66.4 per cent. Grade IV., Miss Addy, Teaoher D. Alexander and C. Nelson, 76; D. Smith,.75.:. C. Cronkhite, 74; K. Kaake. 71'.; C. Carlson, 70; R. Daviots and R. Galhraith, (58: H. T.�'- Annie Waterhouse, Winnie Stone-Percv Bohhell, .Annif Dstllinfl^IJo&l I ly' U1-v BiUns' Charlle Weselman, Wright. Wertdell M^eV -Sara' PeaH Ta.vlor..'Albert Brown, James vitch, Kitty Goodman,. Alma Jtoen,' - Boulton. Albert Whitehall, Flora Cain, Frances Arrowsmith, Solly Musco- vitch, Dorothy Blenner-Hasset; Jean; Glenlster, Erma Bryans. '-  Class III.-Clarence Kruse, Marjory. Tonge, Mattie Perry,-Ernest Osbourne; Alfred Moss. Delhi Scott," >Clarence; McLean, Helen Mitchell," Alfred Chaplin, Clifford Ott, Willie Bilson, Mau'/1b. ju.ojui� p/v-iie, � Winnie ds- Herman Cockerill, Richard Brown, Raymond Henderson, Arthur Williams Harold Payne, Almira Glidden, Wesley Gliddeu.-Class average 73.5S p.c. Grade If., Miss E. M. English, teacher.-Lionel Wynne, Hilda Morrie, .Tas. Devlin, Janet Tennant, Annie Weselman, Thomas Martin, Amy Wynne, Janie Chalmers, Myrtle Wardman, Blanche Olander, Gordon Jones, Walter Vere, Allan Watson, Wilbur Pearson,^.Nellie Funnell, Allaney Linke, Tom' Arnold, Annie Goldie, Ronald Parsons, Bessie Wynne, Jesse-Watson, Vomer Norman, Elsie Talbot, John Barkley, Niok Heyoka.-Average of class, 60 p.c. .Inniot-Sara Cunningham, Bella Smeed, Nora Mockford, John McNabb, Constance Tyrrell, Janet Park, Edna Hill, Violet Ash, William Chalmers.- Average of class, 5.1 per cent. Grade II., Miss V. Flett, teacher.- A'erna Gray, James McLeod, Thomas Allan. Eleanor McDonald, Sherman Turcotte, Harry Taylor, Phillis Whit-ton, Reggie-Grist, Margaret Chaplow,' Doris Sherman, Sydney Shaw, George Nagye, Willie Miller, Joe Sweedish. Dorothy Doe, Alice. Radley, Percy Jones, Elsie Malm, Agnes Jarvie.r- Class average, 65 p.c. Grade I., Senior.-Joe Poche, Grace Atkin. Frank Vere, Marjorie Gurr. Edwin Skinner, Agnes Park, Uosie Punnock, Laura Bourne, Tofll Osecld, Andrew Logan. (B)-vir ceni. Jennings, princi- , merit.)_Nellie j''ot" l-ji/-zic Wishart, Harold lleaton, Esther Forsemau, Aljilo Kerkham, Jessie Hedemstorni. (C)-James McGow an, Willie Mitchell, Jocelyn Barkley, Ella Waterhouse. Jessie Marten, Olive Redshaw, Margaret Teuuant, Roger Kerkham, James (Coffey, Erie Williams, Willie McNabb, Bessie Wortli-Ington, Noel Saunders, Tom Ellsdon.- Class average 65.78 per cent. Fleetwood School . Senior VIII., C. E. Rrandow, teacher -Names in order of merit.-D. Sang, O. Wrilliams, W. Dodman, C. King, M Freoburger, M. Ford. J. Robison, D. Church, A. SUeith, C. Fullertou, M. Henderson. T. Geoghogt'.n, B. Sadowski, M. Robison.-Class average 52 pet-cent. Junior VIII.-F. Hagell, K. Terrill, E. I.ackenbauer, O. Johnston. G. Holt, G. Ross, M. Dowsett, H. Keith, D. Sy-dal, A. Bullock, A. Armstrong, D. Hep-derson, S. Woslyng, L. Bailey. I). Salens, G. While and I. Baxter miBSEd whole examination.-Class average 41 per cent. Grade VI., Miss E. .E. .Smith, teach-er.'-.Margaret Diesc-th. Oliver Fuller-ton, Norman Higinbotham, Edna Allen, Claude Hooker, Violet Beaton, Lillian Parry, Jean Johnston, Egon Kunst, Ruth Inman, -Martin Geogiie-gan, Jessie Johnston, Nellie Robinson, Edna Hallworth, John Wosling, Win-nifred Sellens, Dorothy Wakelin, Iva .VIcV'ean, Robert Nivou, Alice Cascad-en. Maxwell Donaldsen, Vinotia Hop-wood, William Henderson, Morrii Beaubur, Peter Smith, Doiis Tuckwell Frances Porter, Sidney Joyce, Dudley Holt, May Hopwood, Bertha Churley, Enock Jones.-Class average 65.S per cent. Grade V., Miss Birch, teacher.- Dena Huff, Esther Robertson, Robert Dodman, Arthur Westley, Violet Bennett, Herbert Adams, Hilda McMillen, Alice Donald, Thomas Archibald, Roy Fetter, Stanley Holt, George Frache, Olivia Johnston, . Katie Robertson, Freddie Fattncb, Leigh White, Walter Kunst, Larry Murphy. Gertrude Norton, James Kingston.-Class average, 61.14 per cent. Grade III.-Ausastasia Skeith, Ralph Johnson, Willie Wall, Robert Andrew. Rex Williamson, Harvey Kingston, ,C.vril Wood, Sam Donaldson, Ellen Archibald, James Murphy, Viva Hilton Louise Starks, John Baxter, Dorothy Frache, Bertie Jones. Grade II., Miss Waterman, teacher. -Hugh Coutts, Edith Ahrens, Flora Geoghegan, Paul Fetter, Duncan Forbes, K. Erviug Prosser, Bessie Smith, Lily Fenton, Annie MeVeai), Charlie Sang, James M-cRae, Lewis Marshall, Laila Dieseth, Lillian Bennett, Gertie Bartlett, Lamont Pulley, Velma Sanderson, Reta Aird, Arthur Ahrens, Carl Diser, Mary Johnston, Bertram Collier, Dorothy Cudoba, Eugene Marriott, Mary Watkius, Beatrice Knapp, Willie Man-, Lawrence Hill, Delbert Freeburger, Percy Joyce, Lennox Hay.-Class average 67 p.c. Grade II.-Elsie Adams, Gfacie Ben tiett, Genevieve Pulley; Cecil Holt,' Harold Bennett. Constance Mathers, Thomas Andrew. John Johnston, Clifford Shaw, Eddie King.-Class average 69 per cent, Grade II., Miss .1. A. Jepsou, teacher. E. Sellens, C. Viney, A. Beaton, W. Henderson, P. Leader, A. Spence, G. Hansen, F. Robins, K. Graves, L Joyce, M. Williamson, A. Donaldson, 0. Ramsay, F. Diser, M. Hallworth, .7. Parry, M. Archibald,  TJ. Elton, D. Allison, K. Darlington, C. Petts, T. Kroning, I. Archibald. Not classified. M. Waite, G. Ham.-Class average G9 per cent. Grade I.-G. Johnston, J. Forbes, E. Huff, G. Norton, N. Geoghegan, T. Woods, G. Pulley, W. Emery, R, Parry 1. Brooks, G. Bartlett, G. Horton.- Class average 67 per cent. Grade I., .Miss Currie, teacher.- Hartley' Martin, Laura Frache, Jean Hessev, Ivy Adams, Frank Kunst, Edith Hallworth, Stanley Joyce, Harold Ford, Herbert Codd, Lee Fetter, Carl Donaldson, James Watt, Harold Millar. Grade II.-Lily Woods, Preston Pulley, Edith McGowan, Jean Alexander, Muriel Podger, Everett Ramsay, Josie Beaton, Stanley Starks, Kathleen Porter, Amy Wicks, Willie Beaton, Flora Ham, Norma Sanderson, Etta Mc-Veatt, Margaret Holt, Lena Forbes, Hughie Ma.hou, Leslie Holt, Andrew Eraser, Jeffrey Williamson, Archie Marr, Florrie Carpenter, Frank Dodman. Class III.-Errol Dickie, Campbell McVeau, Chas. Kroning, Maud Bell, Harold Newberry, Alonzo Knapr>. Willie Ham, Muriel Allison, Helen Schu-macke'r, Ralph Knapp. Ungraded, Mabel Swanson. Hardieville School Grade II., W. E. Frame, teacher.- Mary Threatful, Mabel Peacoek, Lizzie Sumner, Oliver Moore, Elvira Clements, Anna Lazaruk, Mary Bacsanyi, Auty Greep, Rebecca Riley, John Bacsanyi, Stanle; Greep, Mike Lazaruk, Alec. Chobolar. Average 5G per cent.. Grade III.-Ada Foster, Jane Logan I Mabel Ash, Dolly Saxon, Harry Threat ful, Evelyn Moore, Louis Albert, Felix PIrock, Jennie Ponfeh, Jenn.'e Dow, Oliver Sutojku;. Thomas Christie, John And here are some of the reasons: The diagram at the right shows you how Lowney's Cocoa is produced. It was easy enough to draw this diagram. But it took a great many years to perfect the process it shows. Two things we can't show. These are the care and skill which guide every step. And they are the most important of all For instance, any one can select, roast or blend cocoa beans. But a little lack of skill in any one of these operations will make a big difference in the resulting flavor. The cocoa beans used in Lowney's are selected from the very finest-flavored beans that come from the tropics. Mr. Lowney personally attends to the selection of these beans. The roasting is conducted by men whose specialized experience tells them just when to stop the roast in order to have the fullest and richest aroma. Cocoa beans from several countries are combined into an exquisite blend and are then ground. As Lowney's is produced in Montreal, it comes to you freshly tinned. Lowney's is absolutely pure. It has the true cocoa-flavor-rich, delicious, appetizing. To enjoy the flavor of real cocoa at its best, try a cup of Lowney's. Cocoa The Walter M. Lowney Co., of Canada, Limited, Montreal Alberta Branch, Cadogan Block, Calgary Selected^ )coaBeaT LRoasted: -a 'Excess Coco** iBuAler Rernovedl 'Siftec iD\rou^h5ilki ma .Shows you how cocoa ou^ht to taste Malni,-Class average, Wright, Grace McLcary.-Class average, 57 per cent. Grade IV.-Pauline Steaklcy, Thos. Logan. Maggie Ashcroft, Lena Row-laki, Gladys Peacock, Agnes Wright. Class average (if) per cent. Grade V.-Clemens PIrock, 76 p.c. Grade 1, Miss O. Duns'worth, teacher.-Division A., senior.-Maud Moore Helen Albert, Maria dementi, Maggie Cocks, Andreo Rozler, Edith Harris CharleB Ashcroft, Margit Dienes, Robert Dow. Division B.-Hansom McMillan, Thelma McMillan, Albert Cocks, Hugh Lewis, John Alhert, John Bobines, Ivor Lewis, Madge Peacock.-Class average, 70 per cent. LADY ABERDEEN IS BUSY Philadelphia, Jan. 8.-The Countess of Aberdeen, who with Miss Violet As-quith, is visiting this city, spent today inspecting the Phipps institute and other institutions for the treatment of tuberculosis. Miss Asqmwi devoted her. time to Boclal engagements during the afternoon but tonight, accompanied by Lady>. Aberdeen attended a baby-saving show in the negro section of the city. SANK AT HARBOR'S MOUTH Halifax, N. S., Jan. 9.-The British steamer Evelyn, 2,300 tons, sank today at the entrance to Louisburg harbor. Her crew of thirty-three was saved. The Evelyn, bound from Bremen to Savannah, ran ashore yesterday at St. Esperlte during a snowstorm. The crew succeeded in getting her off and was trying to reach .Louisburg when she suddenly col-, lapsed and went down. The Montreal ^Tramways Company has been ordered by the Public Utilities Commission of Quebec to appear before it in connection with disputes between it and the city council. Alex Hay, for fifty years a resident of Pittsburg, 0�U Is dead, aged 83. DESPERADO SHOT ' BY CHICAGO POLICE Chicago, 1U., Jan.. St.-'After shooting Policeman Charles Grifflin in the head, Harry Evans, 24 years old, was himself shot and wounded In a revolver duel with a citizen he attempted to hold up this forenoon. Evans suffered a flesih wound and escaped, but was arrested a few hours later in' a rooming-house. Peter Janson, who was -with Evans when the latter shot- the pollcoman, also was arrested. s Cheap and faulty weigh scales were blamed by President Fuller of the Canadian Fairbanks- Co. for some of the faults alleged against cheese dealers. He advocated more rigid government regulations as to scales. Can You Beat This? We have for quick sale two lots Just north of Fleetwood school, which we are instructed to sell for $800 Pair ON GOOD TERMS The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Coi Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. Phono M4 aoI ;