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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta STORIES IN APPLE GROWING (1) York crippted girl who sews, plays the piaao with her teeth.- (2) Fifteen Majors from different sections of London who calkd on Lloyd accompanied, by uziojjplojed, to resulting in a biyriot.' (3) Recruits leaving England for GanMan Royal JIoantcd'PoKce. (4) Ladies' "Hocfcey at Haitod's Athletic Club, at 'Hammersmith, England. (5) Earl Haig lays the foundation stone of the Set-, tlement forHeroes at St. Boawell's, Scotland. (6) The Prince of Wales at Portsmouth, as ha steps on his home soil after a long visit 'to" Australia. New Zealand, etc. car at Coleman, Alberta, containing McGifl, Mining Students; party. (8) Mr. Uoyd George, eatering-Cajnarron Castls when visiting Wales. (9) Mik-Lloyd George, who was presented with a flag by ae people at Carnarvon. ,___ CANADA'S APPLE SUPPLY Ql of laughing Nova Scotia apples ready for shipment. (2) Gathering the apples in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Despite the fact that the apple Is the moat ordinary ot fruits It can certain I r be said to be .the most popular, to come the first in public demand, and tho highest In con- sumption. This luscious ediblo never loses in favor; its popularify never wines. Us consumption is steady tho world over, and fortunately It is to bo found thriving in most ,of the globe. A country which can- not produco a sufficient supply tor Its own use and fs' under the neces- sity ot loses both In the beauty of orctiardland and tn its possession o( t.n adequate supply of this choice healthful fruit. Canada not only produces apples for her own but Is in a position to enter heavily into tho export trade. Nova Scotia, Ontario and British '.Columbia are tlie principal producing piov1'nceiirov ince contalnias apprbxiautely, acres, trees heing set, pit aa averasc'of 60 trees to by careful study end obaertatioii It las been. found. thkt trtes in this. sector at flre years old bear 2.32 tti sovea years .barrels According palest available statistics. in the -provincial Oatarlo -jtas acres of land devoted nurseries and Of this acres la in vineyards and grgw.Ins -small fruits. Tlio nu'mber "ora'iiptd' trees bcarfne In the proiince is and non- bearing In this province It is. customary, to set out apple boxea; at' eight; yeara 4.74 txaes; and nine years 6.14. The Incrwee la negligible, Th'o avej-age produeli; of, apples coast feu been worked out 11.55, "'Nova' 191J, froi ducllon was tke pinnacle of a ztttoua campalcn of belter 'farming tod ri- creascd proiJuctlon campaJrn cirrted out hy Provincial Govenaent and Dominion Atlantic. la the j-etr .tie- 'prorincltl pro. auctfoB only harrels. The Dominion of Canada fortunately situated in regard to apple prodncttoB 'growing thfs fruit ao successfully in tie' coist pro- vinces .at both In the Interior. Even in of tio pralrlo provinces 'rtTerd species of crah hare lieei sue- cessfully produced and more fariiers interested grain'-'anB cat- flo arn yearly devoting tlina to tins out fruit trees, ,S J ;