Award of Merit
FOB BUTTSS AKD CX2X8S MAKE El Programme Arranged tor Their Annual Convention at Koekfprd Next Month. Rockfoud, IlL, Jan. Jl Speel.il Ttlcgratm. ine programme for (the third annual meeting of the National Butter and Cheese Makers' Association to be held in this city Feb. 28, 27, and 23 was , issued today. The first day of the session is given over to ad dresses of welcome, organization, and annual annual reports of officers. - Addresses will be given by President S. & . Alh-n, Alh-n, Alh-n, Secretary K L Burridgc, ex-Governor ex-Governor ex-Governor W. D. Hoard, and Professor T. L. Haecker. Among the papers to be read are the follow ing:' "Duties of the Manager," Peter Barrie; -Duties -Duties of ' a Batter-Maker," Batter-Maker," Batter-Maker," J. W. Harris; "The Future of Co-operative Co-operative Co-operative Creameries," J. W. Segar; Future of Individual Creameries" C. F. Meyer; "Markets and How Prices Sbonld Be Made." J. T. Bentlev: address to butter- makers. J. H. Monrad: "Pasteurisation and Sterilization," G. . B. Lawson; "Of n nas xxnent Aro experiment stations to Butter-Makers?" Butter-Makers?" Butter-Makers?" W. J. Smith: "Bioening and Churning Temperatures," H. B. Gur- ler: "Filled Cheese A. ihnneman? "An Export Cheese," J. K. Powell; "Coring," . it Anderson. Medals and diplomas ill be presented - Thursday. Feb. 23. and the convention will dose with a big banauet at the Nelson Hotel that evening.