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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 21, 192! THE LETHBRIDGE UA1CY HERALD PAGE NINE THE HERALD'S DAILY PAGE OF LIVE DISTRICT NEWS Coaldale Farmers May Co-operate To Secure Good Cows Announcement w ITH thi. litue The Herald Introduces a future which we have taen aim- at for a long tlmi, and which we are now able, through the ef- fort! of our splendid ataff of cor- retpcndenti at every point in The Herald field, to Introduce. It is a Htrald Diitric't News Page, I1. A. Meeting, After Hearing whijh wm WMr nauttrtif 1 Views of Experts, Talks of Buying STxty (I'Voni Our Own Correspondent) .March very ilun-niKlioaco of funnoiv; und their' was present at tho 17. F. A. last TlnuT.doy to hear uml ilitji-usH further! the dairy prospects nf th" 'district, j one hundred v.-ere present and niuch enthusiasm und interest was in j evidence. Thn controlling factor in this inter-! tif cour.se, iri economic. Gradually; iby prenbiiro of tho liny, raid grain j a well established of farming is heinr; .learned, that farm cnips market-1 ctl through aeoondary products.- -V very full list of .speakers was; although Ifr. Kidney Carlisle of the Oopartmcnt of Agriculture j couhi not attend. j The h'rst matter to receive atten-, the report of the committee j appointed mooting to RO into the j question of j-'ucnring a niinimnm ofj of milk daily. 50 that a i tlairy truck could bn sent out. Mr. Wooiey roporle-.l that in the course i of a week or two 1.500 Ibs. per day bo easily available. Tho other item of interest in his report was that as far as financial arrangements were Page nine, except on apeclil oc- casions, and on which we hope to chronicle day by day the outatand- ing of the camrnunitiea In the territory which we serve. The Herald is making tprcial arrange- ments with its correspondents to keep thli page right up to date with the latest news, written in a bright, brief manner, so that each day there will be a word picture of the important happenings of Southern Alberta before the'thous- finds of Herald readers. In connection with the district news page, arrangements have been made to have It appear in all three editions. Noon, Three o'clock and Final, of the day for which the was written by the correspondents. .By this arrange- ment all readers of The Herald will district news page on the same day. Obviously, therw will not be room on this page for social and personal and an effort will be made to have weekly budgets featuring the social and personal events of each community appear in another page each wedk-end, leaving the District News Page free for news of events of greater importance. concerned, Merchants Bank wat ready to advance money for the pur- chase of real good dairy cows, through some kind of a livestock association. .Mr. Carlyle of tho Crystal Dairy- was present and was then asked to (speak. He brought out one or two poinls of very great interest. First as to siios. He was convinced that a good silo would pay for itself in one season. He pointed out that Domin- ion legislation is in force whereby any municipality may insist that all cows supplying milk to thai municipality Mitist be tasted for tuberculosis. Cal- Kary is now putting this legislation effect with a good deal of clis- turbanco in the dairy business result- ing As to the income frpm dairy pro- duce ho considered the market un- limited. He believed butter was just each man separately or through a live- stock association, to make arrange- ments with the bankers for financial assistance. Then someone should be selected to go as far east as Ontario, where he was satisfied that first class cows could Jie bought and laid down at Coaldale for per head. These i cows should be purchased subject to tuberculosis test and with guarantee of a retest inside 60 days. The gov- ernment tests cows free-and there are methods that may be used, the inter-dermal, the sub-cutaneous, and the ophthalmic. President Marnock Mr. Mai-nock of "the Lethhridse Board of Trade then gave a brief ad- dress and adrised- jofnt action with neighboring districts in buying In the east. Mr. Hutton at point assur- ed the audience that Uie C. P. R. would The creamery business he pointed out is now being revived and several defunct creameries are feeing put into operation again. Jlr. Mclntosb. of ths Chief Mountain Creamery, confirmed Mr. Carlyle's position on the cheese question and .said that the cool nights m the West favored the cheese industry. Mr. Mutton's Address Mr. Hutton of the C. P. R. depart-' mcnt of Natural Resources, was the ne.xt speaker. He dealt with thrte matters fundamental in farming. Without these farms would operated at a loss forced out of business. .and farmers Upon a question being- put to the meeting about 15 fanners intimated that they would like to seoure good cows. The total number of cows re- quired, according to a hasty estimate was 60. These men then got together and arranged to first find out what' financial arrangements they could! make, at a later date they will meet anil select someone to act as buyer for them in tho east. The U. P. A. is to be congratulated upon'promoting meetings such as these, for apart from a surplus of tobacco smoke, there -was an abund- ance of information and if all practice the principles laid down by Air. Hut- ton, there will be fewer disappointed dairymen a year hence. First was better breeding of farm animals. His advice was- for farmers to start with what they have in live- stock and breed up through the use of pure bred sires. With good grade cows and a good sire a 50 per cent. improvement could bo made in the first .generation. The basis upon which to estimate production per cow. The average pound of butter is produced at a loss if ail the factors in its production arc jiroperly charged. The last 12 years in Albej-ta the average increase in per cow is only 300 Ibs. The average production per cow now stands at Ibs. Tlus could easily be doubled. The Dominion govern- Jiient is prepared to supply good, pure Tired sires. Tf a man wants to buy- one, they run from to each. These are bulls whose dams have a very high milk record. On the matter of feeding, which was the second essential for success, Mr. Hutton is a silo enthusiast. For en- silage corn, peas and oatsu, and sun- flowers are all good. Sunflowers are tho best however. The yield is two and one-haif times as heavy as corn, thirty tons to tho acre is common. With this feed, one aero of land will support eight cows for 200 days. Sunflowers are well adapted for dry land conditions. A farmer near Medi- cine Hat grew 10 acres last year. They yielded 14 tons- per acre. He keeps 20 cows on 160 acres and sells milk in Medicine Hat. f'attle gain more weight per clay! on sunflowers than on other Two weeks ago the Calgary market i topped by a. carload of sunflower fnrt steers. Mr. Hutton discussed the various i kinds of silos, concrete. Wone. cement block, and pit. >The silo filling macli- 1 Inery, he said, should be secured on a community-basis. j Some discussion took place us to to construct a pit silo, nnil Mr. RAYMOND DAIRY Hutton pointed out that this type sim- ply consists of a pit. dug as deeply as H man's strength and enthusiasm will allow, ft costs nothing but labor. The basis upon which to estimate the nec- essary size Is one cubic foot of per day per cow. 'Ware Fermentation Some amusement was caused when the speaker said that if air Is not excluded, fermentation would result Rode in Coal Car for Eight Nothing To Eat, Feet Are Frozen (Prom Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Jfar. Wednes- day at noon when the C.P.R men were sent out to the. .yard, to repair a coal car, they found in it a man who called to them. ''Where are They told him "In Jfacleod." He asic- cd them to help him to jet out of the car. and get his shoes on. The left boot was pulled on without diffi- culty, but the right foot wus swollen and found J.o be frozen to the ankle and the left one when stripped was partly frozen. The men carried him to a shack and sent doctor who took him to.the hospital where lie is receiving attention and recovering from his eight clays' fast, ivbich he claims Is the he was in the. car He got in- with the intentibn of hav- ing a free ride, but it may be a: costly one by the time ho leaves the hos- pital.' U.F.A. Planning Monster Celebration for First of July This Year (From Our Own Correspondent.) FOREMOST, Mar. U. F. A. here would, like the world to know that they have pre-empt- ed July .first as the date of a grand celebration to be held In They want all roads-to lead to Foremost that day with no competing trails, leading'else- where. FARMERS PURCHASE -12 PURE BRED HOLSTEINS "ml alcohol will develop, it was sug- gested that this fact would cause great demand for silos. Turning: to the question of buying (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND. Mar. The U. 1" held their regular meeting on Mnr 13th. Tho dairy cow was discusseU Mr. Marnoch, president of the I.eth- hrldge Board of Trade, was present and addressed the members. He re- viewed his visit Ooaldale and gave onfiourapement to the farmera here in flnteriDB the dairy bitbiuesn. As A Mr. Hulton th-MMl K-J; wn-s-iaw. MAGRATH WOMEN'S INSTITUTE PLAN TO STAGE FLOWER SHOW (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGHATH, Mar. officers of the Women's Institutes met Mon- day afternoon and then decided to hold tho annual children's flower and vegetable fair this year on Day as usual. The committee appointed to Proliant the prize list for printing Wm. Palmer, Mrs. Uradshaw. Mrs. Sarah and Mrs. 1'arklnson Mrs. was appointed as the In- stitute member to act on the commit- tee of the school fair. Delegates to the conference to be held in Taner on March 22nd and 23rd were: Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Poulsen. Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. Uradshaw and Miss Gibb. The regular1 meeting for March will be held on Saturday afternoon, three o'clock, March 26th, instead day, asth, owing to the delegates returning from tho conference in time. Report of the conference, musical numbers and demonstration of hot cross buns will bo the program of the complimentary to Mrs. Wood, presi- dent of the institute who is leaving Miigrath. Delicious refreshments were served und Mrs. pre- sented with a pretty hand painted bon-bon dish. Mrs. Kullor onTertained a number of lady friends one afternoon last week. COWLEY SOCIAL AND PERSONAL HAPPENINGS (From Our Owu Correspondent) C.OWLKY, Mar. Leslie Tustian and two little sons of Blair- mom are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Tustian. Mi's. Ernest McKwan anil children arc visiting Mrs. vPctcr McKwan. Mrs. Freeman Lank and son, lard leave next week to join .Mr. Lank in Xova Scotia. noou turee Mrg- Mllton Kobinson gave birth to Bad Kri- a daughter on Monday last, legates not! Prof -Cameron of the University Extension Department, lectures on the evening of Mar. .'3rd. His sub- RAYMOND SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) KAVMO.VD. M.-.I-. a Kins is a business visitor In Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. IteBKio Cooper re.! d..'v' turned from Woisc-r. Idaho, last uWit! y and report a pleasant wlntor but glad! smiles -ainl proved llicmsclvcs de- lightful cnliirlaliH'i-s. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kloral of Cardstoll :irn gill-sis at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Allen. 1-'. WaddhiKtoti was iu town ondurtlng on auction sale for to get back to Alberla. The gymnasium of tin- K. Ai Monday night was tilled of Hatlln Card who met to wisli j her (lod spcwil on her trip to mis- sion field. presented with i: i Ipurso to aid her in heir work. A 71111-i sical progranrwas given by Raymond's I best talent, thu remainder of thej, evening spent in dancing. Mrs. drain i Card and Aneelino U'llrioli arrnui- panicd Miss Canl as far a-; Civnt Falls. (lion Nielsen spent lasl week-end h'i ijrc his faliier ivl'o I tn( FIRE BURNS MEAT STORE AT MACLEOD meeting, Saturday afternoon three o'clock, March At the close of the business meet- ing of tho institute on Monday, jcct is "Mendelsson." (From Our Own Corresiioli Mar. niiiiji (ire broke out iu t !t-'r Co. on 2-ltll St. The it cruzbu social hour was, spent by tne ladiesln September, 1904. events of the season was the "junior j This season maple svnip is selling, (prom on thn istli r.t the K. A. The for a gallon iu lysersoll. The opposition won the two Har- bor Main seats in the Newfoundland Legislature, made vacant bv the courts on charges of violation "of the election law Thousands of These Recipe Books are in Use Carnation Milk adds rich- ness and flavor improves all your your cookiuif. It should be diluted first, of course. The famous Carna- tion Book of ]00 tested re- cipes is sent FREE for the asking. You'll find a use for every recipe iu the book. for a copy to-day address our Aylmer office. li-- late! ii RED and WHITE Build up your children's them drink lots of this rich, creamy, pure milk USIi Carnation Milk liberally at cereals and fruit, in soups puddings and sauces, for creamed vegetables and as a your children will gain those rosy cheeks, bright eyes and happy smiles that spell perfect HEALTH. Carnation Milk is Nature's finest food iu a convenient form. It is just pure, rich cow's milk with part of the water removed by evapo- in air-tight containers while perfectly fresh and sterilized. It contains all tae rich body-building elements, of milk Because it is sterilized if; is safe milk Be- cause it is sealed in the heart of the dairying counties, it is safeguarded against contami- nation. In the can Carnation Milk stays indefinitely. You can keep a month's supply ahead on your pantry shelves. Your children can have this nourishing milk to drink when- ever they need it. You simply dilute Carnation Milk with at least an equal quantity of water. It is then ready for every purpose for which you use ordinary milk. And its rich .quality makes more delicious, more nutritious cocoa, bread- and-milk, puddings, eustards, cakes, soups and sauces. Or you can use it as cream, for tea and coffee, direct from the can. Carnation is the only milk supply your home needs Try this convenient milk supply one week and you never change back to ordinary milk Order several tall (1.6 oz.) cans from your grocer. He is the Carnation Milkman. Made in Canada by Carnation Milk Products Co., Limited Aylmer, Ontario Gomleiueras tl Aylmtr and SprinrfM, Onlvit Carnation Milfc From Contented C o ;