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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JIHHAIJ> PAGE FIVE MA SATURDAY FINEST BONNIEBKOOK DAIRY BUTTER PER LB. of "United Growers" is To He Five Million. CAlgary. Murrh Hirer lays o[ dtM-UHPlon, Hit! hoardK of dlr cctom of llio Alljcrui t'n ojiprnUve Klcvalor company and llio rain Growers' (jraln of Manitoba, In joint hORnlou In tlio [jQfinl-rouui of 'Lho Albcvla toncem in city, litivo arrival al igrtetiicnl wllh reference to llio ilia trlhutlon of Bliaros of llic two TliP aKroemctH Is subject lo favorable- legislation al Edmonton, WtiUJljing and Ottawa. IL makes the of llio Untied Urjlti Orowerfl, Uio amalfc'a- malloii. It allows two Eharcji of UIG Untied Grain Ornu-om' company for one share of tho Allicrtn Fanners' operative Elevator company, ami j one share of Dm United Grain ors' fur ono shave, ol llic flr.ili] Growers' (irnhi tomptnty. Tho present cunUnllzallQii of ihc Al- Ijerla Kar mars' Co'opernttvo iCIevator company If] while tlmi of llio CJraln Growers' Ciraln company la H.5QO.OOO. Other details of Ihc amalpimialion wcro agreed upon, among llio decision lo take In all the directors March the cabinet met today wllh Prceldcnt Wlhon for (he fast- time before the assembling of congress Mon- day the 'concensus of opinion thai Hie United Slates was cubject lo actively enter Into the war vnth Germany. The Cabinet members took the mctiiiQ reports on prep- arations to put the country In a stntc of preparedness. Taking for granted from Hie speech c( the German chancellor that Ger- many will not abandon her sub- marine of officials generally have given up hope that an .iclual clash with Germany can be avoided. Secretary Baker said thai Ihc early 0raduntion of the upper ClssE at "West Point ,was consideration but had nci been de tcrmlncd upon. Secretary Redfield Bald every- Ihinjj was In resrlineSE for turn- Ing the ships and crews of Ihe coast and geodetic survey over to the navy department for war purposes. Preliminary plans have als? teen made for having the nnvy take over the direction of the plant. said that Bat- icfactory pj-ogitss was being made Jn the plans for the mobilisation of the resources. Members of (he cabinet wfio arc also mem- bers of the Council of national de- fence reported everything possible is being done to coor- dinate all o[ the nation for Ihe nove-Twent jji war- EXPECT ACTION. March After today's cabinet meeting, which lasted an hour and a half there were renewed Indications that the admin 1st rat fon expccls con- gress next wrek to adopt a reso- lution declaring that A state of war exists betw-en the United Stales and Germany. The presi- dent's partially finished message to congress was discussed. What the Press Agents Say A 1-lnjy Jn loM of original Davy CnichcU. lie was out hurtling coons Ms (mis rtftfi nij'l havliiR freed one was nitwit, to fOiool when tlir coon ankcd. him what Iiu was going lo ns golfif; lo PliDot. Tim coon "Dnii'i Kliuot. I'll Ki'ctio ilm- her ivwJvc.s hurl Ujpnisplyf-s iiv-ainn ;i 4loor wlilth Is Ijoltncl only hy Mi1. Far- mini's iirni. d> another scene onn of llu- aclof1, u-lin is lirliLK burned at Die smkft by Indians, actually remained :it ilic htako until Ills clothes burn- Ine. DRAFT PRINCESS PATS Ottawa, Mar. Qovctnor- lluLicral'fi have been aulli- urJzcd in draft lor tho Prin- cess I'sitrli'IiVd Canadian Llfilit litnn- try, dm reglmcjil which Jias won for Itself ami Tor Canada such a natno hi (he history of tlie Hrlllali empire. This atmouiiceinent was made after the jiarado oC tliu Guards by Lieut.- Cunningham. i( From Express Office With Having it Kor AT THE EMPRESS The CrJiiuleil Hand ID five parts. Is al the KmiNTss tonight. ThcMT was a IHtlc who (nilcrt a ik'narlmenl store and lived ilc ivlitt-li bro'ight hLin in some- ANOTHER ATTEMPT IN B.C. __ of Lolh organizations for ilia llrst thing ov.'r POO wiit hel.l Wcdtip.s.Uy year of the now concern's rxlatonce. hjy n. of hia stock ami fm-i't" Altnr HiaL there may liu a rrducMou on farm cLi Coaldale Mr Ju llio immljcr of mrccloi-3. lias u-ulc.l ,1 lilsi; IL was QKrcua In UIG Calgary 3RS- aud Mm lias ovcr o! R i.f. I sloii Iliac all details muat.lje coin- lie Is also oHileavorliiu to rf before Sonleuiler 1. 'and thoj The sale aclual lake place thai rtatc, with a In the i of bolli companies to ih.it l.clUci- -LIS FINEST ALBERTA CREAMERY PER LB. c wnm Reduction in Eggs NEW LAID EGGS 2 doz. for 6Sc the nciv orgnnlzailon and a raent of all clerical and administrative work (o con form [o tlio merger. Watch for our Special Easter Offerings Next Week Nowhere else can you get the Same Selection to choose from, the Same Quality or the Same Service Naiuoii- was a '.f er.-s coining trom a.s fai1 as Hat and I'iiHhev Cictk. Ne.uly .solil weJl. The us sti gooil nmu'fii, n Atat- being .Hold to Orviltti Uoddrf for (030. Htcitn yoarjlng went for a head, milch cows went for Victoria, U.C., Mar. 29.--AI- Hirougli ilit ileferi'i'd soldiere' vole jl is tiilinilitxl UIAI iirohlbUlon boon dc- Coaled by a inajorliy cf Si'i for llrlUsh iirohihiilon- istn ouilcd on Hie caliiiu-t of IJjii erivprinufni today cam P. away (lif Idea lime they U'oudJ bo given u pro- hlliilioji mcasnrn. unii! ilm ctnl cf tJio ivnr. The nruposnl is that i5Y COMBATANT MAIM AVE. SOUTH PHONES 412 1383 DOMINION MARKET COR. AVE. 6TH ST. S, PHONE 1654 PALACE ST. N, PHONE 431 JUVENILE >San., JFar. Kc- urned Sotdicrs' association Juvenile who'will leave Winniiieg on Sunday for a lour of West- ern Canada, ;i farewell concert 11 the huge Ih'-alre lo a ca- 2Clty audteiicc Inst night and were lven a magnificent Kund-ofi. v v BUSS MINISTER IN REMOVED Hemp, vi.i Paris, Itnhikoff, Kussian minister lo Switzerland, has lieen notified hy the urovistonal govcrnnicnl of Ills removal from oTficp. Itr.s- si.in diploniatic affairs would he conducted for the time lieiiig by ilic secretary of the legal ion. rtEflS WEA'R; RICHARD BT.NNETT i ORPHEUM NEXT MONDAY Damaged Goods "The effect of the play is wholesome. In it, no vulgarity or unnecessary facie are permit- ted to appear. U offers the etrongeEt arguments against hypocrisy and a tremend- ous appeal Tor the decencies." York Telegraph. "I think the effect produced, on those who witnessed 'Damag- ed Goods' will be beneficial. It leaches and enforces a mast needed Joseph Graham of Illinois. Prices 35c, No children under 16 years of age admitted unlsas accompanied by parents or guardian. NEUTRALS RELEASED Copenhagen, Mar, 20, via Twenty-two neutrals who were brought lo Germany on Inc commerce raider Mocivc ns prisoners, including one American, arrived here today from Kiel. They were released because iliey were not serving on armed mer- chantmen. A SHOES. HBRIOGE. !ME BODRtV TONIGHT CHARLES CHAPLIN and "Tlie "LI15EKTY" 'And Other Good Pictures. Tliis l.i nn o'flcfal pljoiograpti a wounded "Pollii" being carricfl out of Uio Oanxcr zone by hia he has lie.en u lllllo from the firing line, the A, >t. O. aJretclicr-bcarcrs will niecl lifni an-1 qulcklj carry him oft lo tho dresslne station. WHERE TO GO TOR Roofing, Tinsmkhsng, Furnaces, Gas and Sieatn Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHl HARDWARE CO. PI10XE7G2 Home Talent Play Tuesday, April 3rd AT EIGHT P.M. In (lip CoaUlalc .School Aiulilovium THE DKAIMATJC Will give their second annual production, entitled INltKRITAXCE" Thin is aVplay In four aclslwitti eleven characters and lakes over two hour's to v Admission: Adults Children over 12, 'Jo European War Veterans7 Association (LETHBR1DGE BRANCH) FIRST OFFICIAL ENTERTAINMENT By the Association Tomorrow, Saturday At S o'Clock in Theatre Baron de Malaussene ADJUTANT FRENCH ARMY nml Films K.1 French Trenches. Admission 50c in ;