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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, JANUARY EGYPT URGES ITS iTIONALSTMllS Wlkcr Mission Should DM! With Paris i. V PAHIS. Jan. Seia Zagloul f-Puha, Harptiin minister ot juatice 1 heed c: the Ejyptlan national sow %en, coottrma the Oiiro that tie afMion head- i "Industrial Industry is rtsponsible for cities. We cannot turn hands 01 time. must adjust ourselves to the needs CM the times. We cannot t'jra our rily problem or CHIT surplus popula- over to the country cias'troobles enough Oi ill own. Another lactor which has influenced (he ffowti of Ue city is tlie of trauportation (aciKUea. Men live in cities because they can drain ml areas o! jurrouofling farm land ol produce. EnfUnd to-day eats grain which WM Brown in Manitoba. TW m2k lupply ana of our big cities hundred miles. It was a titled statistician soned that a tity's food lupply could not be brought from a greater dvstanet than thirty-five miles, because this wai the travelling limit of cattle, and thai this (act would seltheboundsoficity1! growth. MalUiua, tfce. great eeonoinisl, saM that the time would undoubtedly com; when it would not be pouible to supply the -world with snlticient food, becaust while the population was growimj in geometrical proportions, food ccnila be produced only in arithmetical ratios. The trouble with theae tras that they based their cooclusioai upon the supposition that all the lac- ton iavorndwould remain as they were, While in many respects UK problems o! the country are much the tame as they are in the dty, the cotratry hat problems which are peculiariry iU own. There is the extreme loneuneu o[ the country. la large areas th-oughoul Canada the population averages belcm two persons per square mile, and evel In tie more densely populated rural of Canada the lure of the city strong among UK children of farmers, U H were possible to persuade on4 inward thin-Wooded tenemenUtouii nw> to move lo Ihe country, they wouM be met by oa> handred husky larnam who were leaving the farm (or-the city because agricultural lift hsid no attractions for 1 hem. With tin tendjBny to more to tht lity, and with tie shortage of food npplies itirag as in the face, it most be nbvieos that country life must enriched if the Nation's, food lo be produced. The educational facilities in tht, wonlry an poor compared with those of city. The matttr of disposing of the farmer's product with advantage to himself Is often discouraging. The imitations of the life 01 the wile adds to the seriousness of the situ- The Qnrb, can function in eosatry as car. no other institution. Throufh 1 spetially educated ministry the Church may become tlie most powerful factor in the tnrersge fanning community for the Udilding up of Ihe social Bh of ptopfe. This is also is tiu A-. The Chuich has bufldhm'Ki equlpJMOt, iU OfgscJia- (to leadws. U is the ctvtn lor UK it Is tlraadT Ito work b earned on unselfisUy and always ia the interest irf the community, The primary purpose of the enter- prise is not what it can got out of Iho community hut what can it put into the community. II it engages in a mcraey-rauung will the throughout Canada during the next few will bs for tSe sob ccw ol investing this money in lives, either in Canada or in fields abroad for which it BM become responsible. XADf, BV SCOTT ft BOWIE MAKKM OF SCOTT8 .7. 1'. Henderson, leading citizen of Norwich, and former Conservative candidate for the legislature In South Oxford, is dead.1 They Should have Pure Milk Not when there happens to be milk to WHENEVER THEY NEED-IT; Beiore Milk was distributed the Carnation way, what a problem that used to be! What used to be left in the bo't- tle after the "top" was taken off never seemed quite rich enough. Sometimes it was just a little Sometimes you used it (or a pudding and then there was not enough for the kiddies. But with Carnation Milk these troubles disappear.. For you can keep Carnation Milk on the pantry. You buy it with your groceries. Opening u can of tioti Milt; is like having a special delivery of fresh Use Carnation CofTee Pudding? Cream Sauces Fudge CueUrdt Gr.irles eTtrj' mtlk me. wholesome and pure. Ready when you need it. Yet sweet and fresh as new wjiole milk. Add water to it of course, for the 'children to drink. For, water has been taken from Car- nation Milk leaving it almost like cream. So you can have it as rich as you desire, depending on the water you add, Double the quantity of water is about right for a rich, nourishing drink for the children. For cereals add less water, v For coffee use Carnation as it comes from the con- will enjoy the .rich, creamy flavor. Have You a Copy of this wonder- ful Book? The Carnation Milk recipes arc becoming famous. The booklet "The Story of Carna- tion Milt" contains 100, miny of which will be found quite new. Those w'nohive never cooked with a milk of Carni- quality will be dc- lijhud '.vilh the rich flavor It impattl. Write for 1'KKE Recipe Bcok 'IVdaj-L Address OUT AylmeroSce. Tlie Label is WHITE RED Read itCarcJuUy Made In Caonda by CARNATION MILK PRODUCTS CO., LIMITED, AYLMER, ONT. Ctr.denseriis at Aylmtr end Sprir.ffxlJ, Your Grocer can Kttp Yov with Carnation ffllk C c d C o w S ;