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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Westerta olding 1 The German ing up shells to send The lkrman Offensive Cheery Britten Tommies just after the thick of 3 wounded being evacn 4 An antiaircraft section In action against a German aero 5 The German oners of the Guard Grenadier Regiment 6 The German Offensive Wounded German prisoners being escorted along the 7 Men Highland Division marching 8 Two French cavalrymen mov ing lines to the 9 An uptodate butter Manitoba Makes Another Record in Butter Exports MANITOBA expects to export to the value of over this When it is remembered that up to a few years it was necessary forthis province to Import butter for its home the growth of the dairy dustry there In 1916 fiftyeight cars of butter were export Last year the number was in creased toninetysix Up to Juno 1st this with the grass season only well fiftysix cars of butter had been sent out of the This number compares with twentyfive cars in the corre spondlng period of last The butter is made up in fiftysix pound solids and four hundred boxes make up a so at present prices each carload is worth la every indication that the present rate of bo if not during the All the exported butter from Manitoba is being sent to Montreal for shipment to the Allied nations in The cheese industry is also pro is only so far back as that fifty to fiftyfive car loads of eheese were brought into the pro vince for local With the output of the provincial factories the quantity of cheese imported was considerably reduced last and now for tha first time in the hlstury of the pro vince a full carload it cheeso in on its way for consumption elsewhere The consignment left Winnipeg a few days ago for where it will be graded and shipped Although atill In Its infancy and capable of considerable growth the dairy industry in Western Can ada has ucen developing rapidly dur ing the lant few A high stanv dard of quality is striven the aim being to produce butter of the best flavor wltli long keeping That the In this direction have met with some measure of success Is evidenced by the grriwing demand for butter from these de mand which is far greater than the Is almost universal in the creameries of Western and more than ninety per cent of the butter made in Manitoba this year will be from pasteurized The application of the Storch test has been vitry satisfactory in enabling the dairy officials to determine whe ther this process has been properly carried At rural points the cream is nsted In the creameries by a travelling inspector in the labora tories of tin Department of AgrlcuU ture is applied to represen tative if When the lusts and grades a car load m it to all tical tll just long it can stand in cold storage without de At the present time the creamorleg are receiving fortythroe coma a pound at iiottit of shipment for pa cial prado fortytwo cents lor i aud forty cents for ;