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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY, AUUUST Nanny, the Co ALONG WITH BILLY SHE IS READY TO DO WONDERS BUT SHE fISEDS SOME ENCOURAGEMENT FROW. MISS CANADA IlERA'Lb without le- Boats, 'row ii to Hie a rWit lo u fine flcete ol makes good As far back as tho sfiventh century, the was philoso- phising-thus: "Thefp'ls no Jictiso iiossessint' 'a goat therein; and is no house conlaliilng'Uirce "eoalS but lite. angels pass -night's praying i if So'it'TVOuM.BOpjw.diat'thc ladies ot Turkey knew eometbing about goals loufi time ago; and'the Canadian.girt who adopts a Nanny goat as an enfant 4e fiucrretwill really only he reviving one customs .of ,all- the age. ECZEMA J Every from Eczema shoul fajoicbvto'read .the. following enthus lastte letter: For six years have, been-, trouble with Eczema on my forehead and fac which was very .nalutul.and irrltabl and which at times made mo ver sensitive- nhout-. appearing ill i >Vas advised by avfriend lo try Swa ieuia.'-after... one. bottlji, wa entirely is abqul a yea igo and the disease has never return- your cure is penriarient." 1 cannot too highly re- commend Swatzraiia to an? sufferers 'of Eczema. Guaranteed and sold- in Lcthbridgs by !THE' KENNY -LTD., DRUGGISTS hlch fimc and tho necessity ot war ive forced upon 'her attention hether she likes It or not. Aud lore is no particular 'sho should not Talk abut keeping a pig! It r does ot seem to most women nearly as unny as the Idea ol keeping a goat, or'some reason.or other, Nanny and (illy have been consistently held up o ridicule and have butted inconse- n rally in to'ha It tho rips on Ills 'continent witlran loss o their prestige. As a matter of fact ho goat Is more venerable than the ow as a-inilk and she tig ires largely in the annals of tho He This would not be sufficient o givo her good1 standing in til twentieth century if she had-not. prov consistently for hundreds ol year, that sho was well qualified to supply ;he neoplo of different, nations wit! plenty of milk, buttsr and chctse fo all their needs. At tho present time Europe Is run ning sliprt of dairy, pro ducts and bid fair-to be shorter still. Tho Xort American continent is not beginnln lo keen up with tho demand for _ ler and cheese. Worst of all, tho cm of Europe arc Doing killed oft at n appalling 'rate, and new herds can not ho reared in a Uay.- Because o this combination of circumstances w have reached the point In Canad_ where we. aro thinking about goats, talking about goats and asking ques- tions about them. Never were wo fnW curious on.this particular sub- ject. when women begin to get MME. F. GAREAU ISSFanincau'Ave., Montreal, "For three years, I suffered great pain in tho lower part of my body, with swelling or bloating. saw a specialist, who carefully examined me and gave me several tonics to Uke, which did not help me. Then he Wd me I must undergo an oper- ation. This, I refused to pcrrail. I heard about 'Frail-a-tim' and the wonderful results il was giving because meJitiae is made from fruit juices, so decided to try it. The first Dos gave great relief; and I continued tho treatment, taking Iraxes more. Now, my heallli is excellent I am free of pain and sreelling-and I give 'Fruit-a-tives' mvwarniestthanks11. F. GAREATJ, SOc. a 6 for site ?5o. M all dealers or cent Fruit-i-tivea. Limited, Ottawa, cr most ot ns There crassy li'tl0 voolly Angora. ivlog by yielding u uohalr, and who a ealiug when he Is ilei'l. Angora fioits raised in Turkey ovir yearj jgo. and they arc slill stroiiK. They also thrive in SuuiU Afrk-a, Ar.s-- trails and the stales, where they now yield an au-rasc clip o! pounds of mohair worth cents a pound. What chiefly coiu-prns how- over, is tho niilc-t a'ld three with wiilth are most like- ly to become familiar am liic Xnbian. tiaanen and Col- umbia is Iho vanguard on the goat iiuesllon, with aisd Saskatche- wan already interested and the cast just getting there. The Vancouver ;jly ojuncll took the in-iuer up some too and goat, are now being eared in the province OH an esten- ivo scale. There art- over a thousand here now, most of winch have been mporled from tin; United States, fhe price fur common Texas gouts in Vancouver was f.o DESPERATE RGIff Mail's llu erraati'i were mill "J'ut wo ar-; ilu-ia oiT." Another lhat !ha 'Hrlifch an.1 white others- roiirjri tliir. iUc UriU-h have rclakou !t, The jiositit'ti UMniira fo srjmc- what fiujiyrtnut A the opposite shte of the London. ing has taken place at ChipillJ on the north side of tho Somme south or! Morlunxourt. There are reports that tho Germans, by o counter attack, re- captured the village find the height unon which it but is doubt- ful now holds the positiou. The the opposite side of the on Friday .norahuj vvri'cs: ft lirlllili liovllioas south of Souiuie were overl'joke 1 was ;s surprise to1 find how com- t i.. 1'iu ilumUiailon was. German TAvry aUe to ftro bj'ink ut ot our ficM batteries which haj -ilicil forward too boldly and was nit; in lino It LS c; nositions on the Dor'U- -h-1 river had not fceon. .hut vtrc j and tho amount in orders 'rom British Columbia alone was S2, 300. There Is no duly payable on the Into faniula of goats re- gistered in tho American Milch Goit Record Association, but on goats which are not pure lireil, even if re- gistered, there is a duly of 2S per ccnf. ana an tax of 7 1-2 per cent. The goat Is not an expensive propo-, Bition. and, most cm-taiuly is lucra- tive. Best of all, it udJs very mater- ally to our sources uf food supply, nd opens a new ami somewhat Invit- avenue to women wlio want to are apt to get some of thoso goats-lf they have to se'ek'them" in Darkest Africa! i -Coats Bred. In Canada. Fortunately, they will not have fo go to any sucil length, for the Dominion has already vakened-np to the pos- sibilities of a new Industry which flourishes further :.south, and last spring tho Gnat Breeders' Association ot nrttish Columbia was formed with the object of breed- ing of goats, developing the Industry anil popularising goat The supply at tlja present lime Is solhpwhat limited; but there is no reason why, so. The Nanny goat? la'not 'as prolific as the standpoint would bo on the basis o one goat to an average family.-They aro never likely to supplant the cow but' goat's milk, butter and chees would he of Inestimable value in sur pleiuenlin'g our present dairy produce which is inadequate to-meet albpu and at'tho same thno furnls Europe with a 'sufliciciicy of the fat so badly 'needed. Nanny No't an Expensive Lady.'', A good goat gives about two ouart of milk a day, and can be milked on where from six to ten months In th year. She can be kept at a cost 0 from 50 cents to a month, so that onco you -have "bought ami paid- for tho lady her current expenses aro neg- ligible and sho, will more'.than repay, initial within" a very 'Short space of ----'I'-' There is a certain prejualce against goal's milk. Yet strangely enough ijMs given lo children and invalids its being much'ttioro nigestible than .the. bo- 'vlne's offering. Tuberculosis germs It States from Holly Lodge, lichgate. They wcro bred by the late Haronesft, Another society wo- man, JItsi Doiford of Silksworth House, Sundcrland, is breeding goats 'as a war-tline occupation. Sho has a remarkable herd ot Anglo-Nubian goata at her borne in the north England. About six or clsht- months ago she started makins butter from goat's milk and has had o other kind since. Indeed, she bail a constant sup- ply during tho "buttcrless" days which preceded tlie ration canl system. She a small separating machine lo the cream, anil just a Email glass churn to make the butter. The skir.i-Milk is used in Tho Anglo-Mnhiall aoat Is thcvresult of cross breeding between eoats im-i ported from Asia into Encland and the native English goat. They large goals, differently built from those ot the Swiss herds. They do not Kivo nuite so much milk but what Is lacking in quantity is more than made Toothache Is Nature's .Warning thoucht oi war. Some ol the SSL? goata i mat the At- :aiitlc from Lrml came lo tho the question WlTlf first twinge of triolhar-he. nature's signal that decay has iuiilerniiu. ed tho delicaie tooth structure, you hastily soeii relief at Ihi- liauils of tho dentist, but if you hiil let him ireat llif.t toolh vvhcu decay first made its ap- jx-arance, not alone yonlil you have, avoided li tr-dcrKJ mended in tho dftily prtcticc tha mcmler< of tho rratrltftrt; Cekmr.a CeJ l.tJ., M'ivarrit ftertrltA, ting. Qfttt, Si., '.Tcrtr.t9; frart 5, Ball, hirfcter. r Coifrt tliCSii fire tlm the inuslr written. Tlio iiflvti voices nnrl present ttiolr Id. (in RrtUtlc-nnfl fmiHIess nmnnrn For several .seasons ratictl of CJiautauqua nUtfomi hnvo bien In grcnlcr derusnO throufihoul tliC 0 J..D, HIGINBOYHAM ,FRANK HEDLEY DRUG COMPANY. V i. Lakes Canada's-Beauty Spot FISHING, BOATING, DANCING, CLiMOlNG Good Accommodation kt per Day at the HOTEL TENTS AND CABINS ARE SALE. ;