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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Jiiitiirilii.v.-Dcpomlicr 6.191.3 DAILY 11 The Busy Cow Adds Much" to the Wealth of Cana jl'OUMEK PRESIDENT OF-TIIK LIFE GIVING UVIDUXCK Commissioner Ruddick Gives Figures Showing Devclope- ment of the Dairy Industry Kdmobtou. Alia., Dec. 'tows iu the DW.alon In 1911, according lo tba ceusus tak- ;u t'lat sajd J. Huddlck, dairy commissioner for Canada': ID. Kdnionlon a ago OQ''reUrnlog 'from Oldsi-AllSi whcjo bo-ivas.a..speaker at thojpror ilueial cdnv-'eultoirof "dairy" and''c.old' Elorago men.V-'Vr.uo Increase ol 502 cows, as compared cen- tum oi 1901., w tbo'four west- cm provinces 6t 'Manitoba, Saskatche- wan, Alberta aij British ho adtlcd, while In ilie llvo provlucca east oi tho Great Laics there .was a email decrease in tho number cows during lha decade.. howflvar, Is only ems' ct factors -which effect 'tho production "of milk, for wo flnd that while. tho value o[ tho total it hi Increased by IS per cent during the same period. In Ibo province of Que- bec with a decrease of nearly i-er cent la tho.uuraber o! cows, the, tat-, uo of the product increased nearly 35 per cent. In 1930 tho value ol the to- tal product was 527 per cow ami In 1910 It cow. "Part of Ibis Increase In vaiue must Le attributed to a 10 per ceut higher prlcu. In the latter year and 10 tho ract thai a larger, rrooortlon ol tbe 1 product wss-jqM as market mili, after "tlieso-1 allowances are !.-'figures show ;4'.very-siib- gairrln milk production. The Increase'la-jbe jleld result- Ing tniHagemoEt of the herds Is rhbzUy.clear- vroru; and It U only to fair o.' the credit for this rrej'Jlt-is duo-to cow testing propaganda which has beeu carried on for Iho last elgnt or leu years by the dairy division oi tht. Dominion department of agriculture. "TJio farmers aro encouraged to lest and weigh tho inllk oJ HID indl vldual cows In their herds in order that Ilia- unprofitable ones .may KNOWN AS THE MOST'fipD. ERN IN THE PROVINCE.'' Have you ever tried our V Milk and Cream 'Jt'li test to find mil. where you can got tlic highest quality .ililli and the best service. ASK THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ABOUT US. I Mr. II. Pollmnn Evans lias Yetii rued" from Iho Olii CWutry anO Is giving evidence "at the'lriveStrsallon into ENGLISH WANT UNION affairs of tliu defunct Uuion Life Insurance company and allied Tho concern hnEJv LIFE INVESTIGATED been severely criticized all over Canada because of Us operation with the aid of British capililvfollowcd by a pleto collapse. This, it Is stateJ, severely Injured Canadian credit In the Old Und is endeavoring to justify tho disposal of secured from tho British investors. In tUo Illustration, Mr. Evans product telirjinaUl1 nml lho hcrd bullt Up b> 1900 HOO was it fiad risen [rearing (lie progeny was as against In] 1SOO.' '.'I that i provinces have shown I Franks FOR class paper ruHng and book binding 1107 which tlve tho valuo of.total prcducia March 31st last; Canada- fm-; in-1310 aud allow the s.imo rate ol; ported pounds of 1 Irom.' it Inrroaso as thera was- between 1500 and 15HC, Ihc valuo for 1S13 is ar- proxinintc-ly "Tho value (or the OiffereiU pro- ducts' jn 1'JlO as follow. "Factory cheese, home- Rellable and energetic agents want-- nre making .big com- missions selllng.Iots In er Townsite, located.on tUe Graud. Trunk Pacific RnllVvaj-, clahiia It will Vs dne.of tho most important 'poihis on Its main line. l.AVrlto at.once and full pafliculars to anu Sale Atcnls Wll- low River Townsite !ri? illctiards St.. Vnncouver, n, C. IN HEAHT'OF Clf T BOTELSAYQI I a tlie e'l're antl stores ort boUl RE) kUna'- ECROPEAS KAS-SVr a., no Witt ta'kt- 52 per Jij which pounds' ranic New Zealand. At- .first "sight, rathrr strange that an.'acrlcul- lurat country like Canada'should he obliged to import a small part o! its supply oi dairy produce. 01 couise, Canada could easily haye slip-' timt, Amerifarij foyers arc pirliirig up cows''in wmslderablP nuratcrs in l-'astern Ontario lor shipment to fcstatex. Partners in this ECO- tori, who short of feed, are einpted-hy nfJtred, ut ifi soriie' "cds6s" they arc simply israrditiK the unprofitable .cows uhiih have bCcri'distfoTcred tlirough he syf.tc-m of One thin ,s cejrtaiD.I5iat is any larg movement ol cows .or dairy produce acros5..fbe line, jjijj tendency will, be .o equalize prices'in' the. two coun- .'BLAMQUET, Governor of trie City of Sics SIfASM.Mt to poor business'oa llifir part to loss ;Tho .manufacturers o toadied! I ,Qf o( illk and Blilk. rovderc. is becoming ;soinnJNcw -H U -rth iu.lrl lu v-anjon... this conuectior, that the bnlled King- oi-G.pt likely to bp- merged. A.totai i _ to Ifcc Ln.W _SUlcs. jsjhe '------J..... To: thi delciioration, whiie thp -temper atdrc In "a Telrigctak't car going never FARMERS WILL INVADE OTTAWA Oltawa; Dec. "of the. porjEpi.ori. CQ'JQCH of agriculture it is said, will invaiie Ottawa Dec. 3 end present their demands to the g The delegation will al representativeB .from the Orange, Grain-Growers' Aesodatlou o London, 'Dec. At a large- attended meetln; today Ur.- ion Ufe shareholders passed a resolution petitioning -Hon. f T. White, CanaJlan rolnlEter of finance, lo estcnd the Investi- gallon of the company's to England. ff '4- "DOES EACH COW Some records of for the' last seven months sent in to the dairy division, Ottawa, showing how iLdivldual cows .on farms .varj-.in real earning capacity, will be ci botli interest lo tie Mtr- age farmer anil of value Ui men who lire planning for better results nest year. .A leri-year-ola cow that calved on March' 12 has liven since then_Jus! E812 pounds mill! and., only {Ofc.'ibs of A nelglilJorlSg" seybn-ycifr'-old, calved -.liounds of fnilk and 225 puun'ds'oi fat. R liltle more than.twice as much. In atioih- er cnntraptea pair In Glengarry, nil Manltoba aud Alberta; ana tho United j eight-year-old, culved-Cth Farmers 6f -It was in December, ISIO, when only .3354. pounds of milk Md 12D ''of- fal, .r'hile. a: March, save 72SO of rr.tlS "JH- iiuuiids of fat, or 30GO- grain .growers came- to Ottawa to' present to Sir Wll frid Laurier. "The present delegation Ussir. morc.than. twice as much milk. ill not consist ol more than a score. Jlive nvo owners oi Ivro.sucli Hon. :.Mr. -.IJordenranJ .Uis. cabinet poor.cows'jho.wnjng type .'of, .the douulatlon .-and dis-jit the old'piadd ccritcntrjeqt with uss.-w'ith 'tlic 'members, the various "a-, erase" yields, which are. ubjecls relating to aerlculture. Free degenerate, so quickly .into _ poor heat-and-tariff.revision wiil.be the yields? An iucorne from tho nillk of ilef subjects.under cow of only }28, when another To -pose. Instead of'hcir.g looked upcra luxury nr a conEcction, ice crc'jtn is coaling to be considered as la food. h-jtle'r 'tinfil-it 5, ter is on cream On ihc Xew ppr gallon the in -.England and tho Continent vcih 'be made at lowest cost. Largo sailings. Reserve ac- commoiIationB'riOW. For fuH-'frifof niaflon- ask any rallway'-or-oloaaishlp H. General 'Agent; 349 Winnipeg, Man. quite "Ucaling m0TC particularlr vitb'-co5umliia markets be- of interest to fcnow that the to- ierfiitcd 'from 20 cents per gal the duly on butter r.t- 6 per cent, per poiir.rt. A thick Alberta and SasVatchewan, it vrill taVc a cons id edible will yield about fo-jr pounds "Xcatand butter nt least until-'siidi'. butter to tal number ol cows increased be- time aa provinces duce sufficient for tbcir VTbe'pvicp.c-f butler land on account nf tbe. riurplys' for the gallon, so that bj" pro-l Importing cream the United .Stattx al valCe.citniilk 'rnlljt Pjoducjs export-, is Tegiilaled world's .in Alberta In" 1010-for'nurkc'ls. Falw been" ilealcr was selling in butter an equi valent- of H cents per poiir.d duty. 'i'Crcaii'ieiies' jus across tne hordrr'in many places, t< liaiiille 'Caaadi.iri cream, tal _ .in Alberta IplO- for I markets. liatidle :Casodir.n: cream, and Fhin- year the CCDSUS were cently for-Yancouvrr delivrry at were made to points many was as wfcich 3Smiles inland. The shipments ____ cream reached in-tL cwan, the total production in 1010 with in 1900. .In 4 cents fcelow the price.'obtained bjr L'flnatlian crcapnerics on-tbe itj. The margin is more, than.sut- ficfcnt to pay the duty, VTha price of-butter in Canada has for r-otnc time ruled "considerably above its export Thcre'is an- other advantage which tho: NTetv lanrl butter has-in tht Kjitish C'ol- market and it is this Jt is rarrfc-l from Welling! KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF! It su i passes all ciders in and flavour because the process by which it is made diners from ii cleli-.. ciously sweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: tOc A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufaoturers, QUEBEC ended Match 31, 1911- Th 'disastrous slump.in the dairy mar fcels of the- United States early i 1912 gave a check to this trade fror which .it has newer fully recovered. om r.ol preiiared to express very-definile opinion as to wbate feet tlis new United States tarln wi ccuchiT and hc-ali 4 2B ccotfc' adjoining cow earns as seen' above, cannot be considered srvtistp.c- tory when a man is supposed to bei' keepiog cows Tvilh the object of "mak1- ing money. A simple inilk record- sbows