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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IkfttiiilHjr Wii Will be open Today and Saturday Till Your last chance to buy Comfy Slippers or Stylish Boots for the family Don't forgetj warm feet make warm warm feelings; toward the giver, i Christa hearts and create Yours for a Fifth Street PERSIA YIELDS TO RUSSIA'S DEMANDS .s; APPOINTMENT, OF FOREIGN'AD- VISER SUBJECT TO BRITISH AND RUSSIAN' APPROVAL FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS THERE SOME INTERESTING PIECES OF BUNTING DISPLAYtp IN MR. BURNS'! OFFICE Tflicnin, j'crsiif, lice.. Per- Slop hilo Iho: headquarters of Mm slan cabinet, has given' Itussian -Ory farming Coiigross of .Minister S. I'o'klevski Koziell .verbal days, aiul gel'tin Idea of the Inter- ussurnncc.s of its Intention lo comply asneri of the WB agricultural wjtl, the demands oi the llussian til- tiii'iaUim. decora-ling the offices so that Dec. 22.-Tiie llritish for- thuy now' present the appearance of ci'gn oflicc shortly after noon, rccciv-ja meeting place ol all naUona. Flags continuation trout the lint- are di-apod everywhere, and back ol' ish minister at Teheran Ihat 1'crsia all Is a largo flag hearing lho emblem had yielded before (he Russian ulti-.of the Congress, v ntaluin ol November These in-1 il the dismissal of w.-M. )leslco Preseiued by President Diaz ter, the American who has been waa "mvf' Karlan tlag presented by Cieja Opplly. ,ng as Ucasurer-Kcneral of Persia of since. June last. he details have There also a nritish flas yd .reached tin' llritish upvern- Denied: by II. Motlierwell, ir.Jjnt. bill it is. helievi.'d In qfllcial Agriculture for Saskatclio- circlcs thai Russia's demands thai wan; a .Canadian hag presented by appointment of foreign advisor to H6u. Uuncaii .Marshall, the flag of Persia's government should hereafter Chill presented by the minister of ag- bc.''subject lo iViKsiau aii'd'JIrllish ap-'riculture the Himln nroval has loiinil with some presented By the government that slight modilications aprceahle to both country, and also the emblems of three IP. -of the republics of South America, parties. Brazil, Uruguay and Argentine, pre- Tcherau, Dec. 22.-Tlns mornms of- ,q thc Con.rfinB tho goyern. ficial notices were posted .on.. .the. .n, the' various riations. The walls of the city in prominent plac- stllrB stripes is lacking at present es'-prdcring the peopiu to abstain but Mr. Burns says that he will see from political meetings of any kind that this important emblem Js nut lack- without having previously obtained Ing very long. When arrive it police sanction. II is saiil this qr- given a place of honor beside dor, was issued by command of Itis., Canadian cmblejn. cabinet, as the question of Russian REQUIEM MASS FOR THE SAILORS WHO LOST LIVES TO RESCUE PRINCESS ROYAL Mon-toul, Quo., Dec. Duke of CoiiniLUglU, governor gtmerM of was represented tills mom Ing by hia Honorary A. D..C-, Coloool Landi'.v, tho reunlom rniisa, bting at tho UonBcours Church In the memory of-four Biillora ot thu iViant, who lost UVOH near riiln't'ltvr in try- to tlio Hrinctya Hoyiil, 'Jiq Duchess of Fife and her duugh- jmtisoiiKers of the "Dollii." The was aung 011 behalf of the French Canadian liowapuijof, "La Pa and il. J. and 13ngone Tarte, propriutortj, mid their staff, wL-re present, nlBu tho Major of .Montreal, tho French consul, representatives of nil the French societies and mimy prominent. JMontreallers. A- ciio'ir composed of 'journalists and of .Montreal 'ojiera, Bangs the'.requiein nmsa of Pe- rosl. imatum was discussed and f likely to bc'setfllcd amicably... GlAIN GROWERS MAKE DEMANDS PREFERENCE INCREAS- H. B. ;DEPUI ATION The Oddfellowsj-ot arc to be ness in making provision [or a ehil- tlrcn's dinner in' the Oddfellow's1' Hall at twelve o'clock noon on Christmas Oay. Any deserving children urfdcr' It oi age need not be without, ihcir Christinas dinner. Tickets'may Gco.'" B.. Weller, 521) 12th streef, south, or .las. Lockwooil 418 -Ittl Ave., south. PARTNERS "DISAGREED A nilher interesting case, 'is being heard today before Inspector West at (he Mounted It ap- pears that some months, Hugh Taylor anil C. McGuire oi the city entered into partnership lo do a coal raining They leased 11 coal mine near Diamond City from Mr... Murray, formerly of the Land OJTicc here, and have been working it ever since. ;Some two orithrec wrecks ow- ing reasons, >Jr.. Taylor deemed it .advisable tovtake steps to dissolve thfe partnership, as he hail been supplying .the money to keep the mine in operation, and as coal was not being mined in paying'quantities. lie took it upon himself .to remov part of the propcrh placing it in trust Viiih 1( V MoKillop His partner McC lure rescnied the interference, and laid a Our Xmas Hampers No. 68 (Approximate weight 80 pounds) 9 Ib. Turkey 1 Plum Pudding 2 Jbs. Cranberries 1 2-lb. tin Mince .Meat 2 Ill's. Fancy Table, fUlslns 1 lb..New Season's Mixed. NuU 1 Ib. New Season's Table Figs-' 1 ih. Fancy Confectionery 3 cans' ToinatoeB, Corn or French Peas i 1 Ib.'llimtley Palmer's Mixed Biscuits 1 Grapes 1 3-lb..can liowlby's Pears 1 irax Somebody's Luggage 1 bottle C. B. White Onions. 1 Ib. Hudson's Day Co. Special Coffee Fancy 3-lb tin Tetley's Tea 1 bottle Finest Hudson'! Bay Co. Old Port 1 bottle Finest Hudson's Bay Sherry 1 bottle Finest Hudson's Bay Co. Brandy 1 bottle Finest Hudson's Bay Co. Scotch. T bottle Finest Hudson's Bay Co. Claret Price Hudson's Bay Co. theft againsl Taylor, resulting hi-.tha; trial of the case today. .If. A. -I, McDougall- is. appearing for Mr. Taylor, the claimant appeir- ing in pcrs.on Vcrv lijtie' was made with the and a remand 'was granted .'till tomorrow. Samuel Cousins, ,Kew Davfoa, died in the city vesterday. The deceasett, was a Kingston, Ont, anil was a in religion. Tnu; fujicral take place from Fetter- underlakmg; parlors Tlie deceased leaves a son and ter at New -Dayton to mourn loss. MAKKETS TODAY S Winmpei, Dec 2 grjim jinr Ut closed a l- Dec. May (old) May (new) Dec stronger Open. (19 'Jilt ClOGO OS) Minncapolll Open ClosL M fl in S 1 01 J Oo, Juh 1081 Chicago Dec Mai '1 Julj 18 '8 i Dec. May il 1.87 Winnipeg Cash Prices 1 Nor. 2 Nor. 1 Nor 1 Nor. 5 Nor................... 1.81 1.87 No No N'u _ No. N'o. li Nor. Peed Oats No. 2 C. W. Barley Kejected'....'........ 5S 53J 3C 50 43' MAPPING OUT A HIGHWAY H.'Maxwell oi Victoria, B. C., has..been in ,tlic: city during th past couple of days a very import- ant mission. Sir. Smith is a mem- ber of the Canailian Highway associ- ation which1 has lindertakpii the work of- making a Canadian Highway a reality. He is here looking over the ground, particularly in connection with a routing for the great road, and as this is a matter which is re- ceiving considerable attention, especi- ally front "the Southern Alberta As- sociated nbards of Trade, he has re- ceived a large amount ot useful in. .formation. The.-central bqardjs fol- lowing the matter up uyiroUBlv as it is their disin to bee the roid con tluough th Cron s Nest, lass which the> oilers best routing. lartwrfghl.v.HSn'., "2 -Vt the an'hual tlic branch of the Grain Growers' Association thifcs wer piss d asking tor an in treaw of tlje Hutisli preietLiice to I fitti per cent "the iirmeoiatc rcmor of duties on atnuiltiral imple munis and lor the expediting of Iho iludsons B-u -while ImTsug bCbtion as made for i monster riep of farmers to Ottawa double the size oi last year's delegation. CHANCE YEI FOR GOOD PARTY MEN Ottawa. Doc. K is slated offic- POUCEWRT AV. Wasil surprised the audience in police cour this morning when he told the1 magistrate (hat