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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, 20, THE LETHBRinfiF ;c A TRIUMPH19 IN TEA "SALADA" iMlHt, CLEANLY PHEPAREO AND UEUONUS BLACK, MIXED orl NATURAL PERSIAN CABINET HAS RESIGNED Protest Against Retention Shuster by. Pajrl- ianient Telici'itn, Uoe. Persian citblnb'l. resigned today following (be Hctioii of parliament In refusing to IMii'uiit the "dismissal of Morgan the American treasurer gen- tfral. .Members of the ministry violently opposed the course' o1' ixu1- Hiiment in retaining Shuster and nave' lieeu accused- of "selling out" to Russia. The formation of a new ministry of an Hie.members of winch will be ardent sujiportors of- ShuHter is jjrediclcd. A, (leBpatch from Kasbia, siiys Uie Unssian troops .are prepaty ing "io advaiipe to Teheran tomorrow. Ehuster has received a .warning that 11 cordon of the Czar's soldiers will tin Uivown-nbout Iiis home to prevent him'from goiiijt to his office and pep fprmlnjf ofllcia'] duties. biien IT, THE WHEAT MARKET Winnipeg. Dec. wheat market today was steady In Wliini- peg but closed 'strops .lit' Minneap- olis: December May, old -May, new December Hay December 'May Close 115 T'J !89 Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. I Northern No. Northern No. Nortbern 'No. 1 Nortbern No. n Northern No. li Nortbern Feed...... C.'-W..T' Ha'rley, 4 v-....... 1 Rejected Peed I (DITED BY "INO" Otflet Phone 1224. ,vj i Rsnldtnci" 774. A iHrgu tn'rkey buzzard was shirt recenlly in the woods near Aniherst, Onl, S4-S 77 .CSV, We ring the bells when princes lire, horn, or lull a inoiiriihil ilirgc.1. "lien men pass away. Nations have Ilivir red-leller days, fault: cainiials hilt onee in (he year, anil imly onci1, Ilic whole world stands still tii (.'Me- linite Ihe advent of a Jiic. Only Je- sus of claims tins worhl- Mrs. II. Voiuij- will nui rccuive till after New Year's. Miss Meryl Ximmons will leave oil Tuesday to visit in Calvary. Mr. T. W. -Qnaj'lc has lelutni'ii from a few days' visit with his faiiv- ily in Calvary. Mr. Carl Moi'se 'leaves Untight fur Winnipeg, where he- will ren'.iin ilnr- j ing'the Christmas holiday season. are expected from all parts of the Stales and Canada, (as well as other parts (if the world. -f- The ('engross of Vann Women aims 'at Ihe betterment of the. homy in nir- al districts anil all farm women. An invitation lias bei-n received Ihe .Congress of l''arni Women asking .them to meet in next year, lircviiis I hat the w'urli the iiistilu- lion is The invitations .was ngE'Ssarily declinvd owing lo the jfact that the 'Congress of Farm Wo- 'men'always meets in csnnection witli Ihe Dry Farming Congress. The niaiTiasc'of Miss Mary Kllen Hrirlal, of Tnpiicrville, (Mil., to Mr. James 1J. Freeman, of l owley, Alta', was celebrated by the Kev. T. I'-. Ferry, at Wesley parsonage at three o'clock yesterday alterrorn. The wil- i ncssrs were Miss Kinna A. Hriilal, Jliss linchanan, ol the Westminster -w Alta., and Mr. Arthur teaching Mall! will visit with. Kd- H o( Alta. Mr. inbnjon friends during the holiday j lefl this morning December May July December May'... July Minneapolis Chicago a __-_ ;fcr .their future.hcnie-in .Mr. .1. Kiriun, of Hossland, who was a iciest with Mr. anil .Mrs. Hugh Hoyd, returned home on. HER wcAlins was soleinnizecl two-thirty afterncun al Wesley j .parsonage by Hie Kcv. T. 1'. i of Miss' Kliza'K'th Mclnnjs to Mr- Miss I. Ferguson, Ford si., will I'-liilih Alexander llerren, both of leave Saturday night for Kipp. Mr. and llr.s. Ilen-on hit [or. where she will ejijoy Christmas with friends.. i1 MI'.SK Iniiiiu1, of1 fif-.ed with smnll parse Jive New Wrist Bag the of tbe season. Irish Hand Embroidered Iland- r l.i.LVi. All pure linen and hand embroiil- icei cnieih erj. A verl. choice "aelectlon A (iliinpse of Old Ireland linen'Ivmilkercbiefs. with hand.worked initials in corner, liacli box contains six handkerchiefs and has a beautiful view of rural Ireland on jjjj.25 lid. Per box muff." nia'tchcd skins. Set com plete Marmot Throw and Muff to Match Very Special........................ Miiski-at Throw andMntf A groat Mink Set ed collar, mounted with heads, tails and paws, full eklns beautifully marked and well matched. A'fur ot exceptional beauty and very low priced at Other fif ink Sets to your'furs AT THE BAY to ensure itettirji the best quality, at lowest prices. Real Walrus .Hide Suit Cases- Leather lined and fitted with complete toilet and manicure; set; an elegant cue that makes travelling a pleasure Fitted Cites fram 111.00 Tt.jfru with complete sets of fittings, Club Bags Prked For the Little Ones Dressed DoJls That go lo sleep; with real hair jpj (0 50c (i5c "5c. Teddy Bears Very strongly made- Mechanical Walking Dolls Wilh parasol; perfectly natural The New Character Dolls With unbreakable heads; the.smartest thing in dolls, Children's Embroidered Dresses In very fine lawn; sleeves and yoke bejutifully embroiderud; useful presents for children of from 2 to years. 1C Similar ityles for children in I yen" Price For the convenience of those unable to shop early our Stores will remain open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings Hudson's Bay Company ;