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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUCiUSr n), I'HE LETHBaiTOGE DATLT TIERALD PAGE ^I'S'K Nanny, the New-Fashioned Cow ALONG WITH BILLY SHE IS READ Y TO DO WONDERS BUT SHE ri-FDS SOME ENCOURAGEMENT FROM- MISS CANADA, She Toolt "FRUlT-y.-TlVES" In.tead. And Is Now in Perfect Hcaltb. As far back as tlio aoveulli fpntiiry Hie prophet- Molinnimod was pliilo30-phislnK thus: "Thoro )h no Jiouho poaso.ssini,' a gnat but a 'hlossiiiK abidath therein; and Ihero is no house contalninK 'throo 'goats but the angels pass (the nlghtH i)raylnB 1 tboro." . , , . So it would stxcju .(hat tlic hullos oE Turkey know somolhlnK about go:iln a long time ago, and the Canadian girl who adopts a Nanny goat ns an eiU'ant do guerre will really only lie reviving one of the tuislonisj of all the ages; m ECZEMA Rvory sviftoror trom Eczema should road the following enthusiastic letter: For six years have, been troubled witli Eczema on my forehead and,face, which was very pafhful and irritable, and which at times made me very BcnsitlVo about appearing in pul)Uc. Was advised by a- friimd to try Swai-zema, after taking ono botHo was entirely cured.'This is abqut a~ year ago and the disease has never returned, proving to mo that your euro is permanent. I cannot loo highly recommend Swalzoma to any sul'forers of Eczema. Guaranteed and sold in Lethbridge by THE KENNY & ALLIW CO;, LTD., DRUGGISTS -Advortisonionf The Handsome Stones on view hero are not so oxpon-sivo- as you may'imagine. Wo prepare them iwhcn no immediate onlers are on hand, tor that reason you'll find their co^t very reasqnablo and their artistic cx-cellenco unassailable. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street S. wlilcli time and the nocossily ot war have forced upon her altcmtion wliether she likes it or not. And cliere is no particular reason-save prejudice-^wliy sho should not. Talk abut keeping a pig! It does not seem to most women nearly as t\inny as the idea ot keeping a goat. |i\)r some reason or otlior. Nanny and Billy have been consisKMitly l\(.'ld up to ridicule and have butted inconse-rinently into iuUf the comic sli'ips on tiiis continent with an attend;ttit, loss to their prestige. As a matter of fact, tiiv-! gnat is more venerable tlum the cow as a milk iiroducer, ;ind .she fig-urea largnly in llio annals of tlie He-br/iws. 'I'llis would not bo surficlont to give her good standing in the twentictli c ; lldw to the woolly Angorn, wli'i .Min ; a right to living by yielding iii. n liur IIihm'c of mohuir, and who .'I;" iikiIich good eating when ho is il'irl. Angora goats were raised in Turlicv n-.n- i.mvi years ago, and they are iiill coing strong. Tliey also thrive in SduHi Africa. Australia and the Unii"!! whem ihey now yield im ;i vr, nvie clip ot .5,1100,000 pounds �; iMulmir ivorlli cents a pound. What chiefly roiir.'iM.s C;'!!.!!];!. how-r;ver, is tho mlhili ri'ii. :pid tliree varieties with whi'l! \:.- w.-,- muHt lijic-ly to become taniili:n- jnc liic .Nubian, Saaiieu and Tngg'-uliiirr. I'rilisli Col-uinbla is tho vaiii.M;iril (,ii t!ie goat nrc iii.ildM:: London, Aug. 10.- n.. p. rat" lit;h'. ing has taken jibic at ("liipill,� on the north side of tli.. Soinini.' .'^oiitii nf .�\I(/;'laiicniirl. Tli'.'i'e ,-iri' reports t!!,i|i the Ccrmaiu:, by a i-inuiliM' attacl;, re-^ caiituied the viliaf-c iuul (he hei);li( i upon wiiich ii, siiinil.'. but iv is doiilit-.^M wbilo olI:cr: liave i-c(;i|;(]. �; Till' ru)^;il!.-i, wiiat !iiip(ir(;.;ii corre'ip(,n'lc:;t � 111'.' opi'o.ol''' .:i l''r;il.iv iiim-njiu' PO!" (1 a;.p. -ir- I'-i � I'i II niii'i'.rlso to find liov.' cnm-I'^i.; .;;ii,'!.i ion v.'i:.4. CcnUiUl v..'!!' .'..])]-)miii. ov.'i'l.H,by ( -i! i), |! , A fill who now holds tlie position. The .�:!i.Misive propo-:.ialy is lucra-; very mater-; food supply, 'imiMvliat invit-liii want to standpoint would bo on the basis ot Olio goat to an average family. They are never likely to supplant the cow, but goat's milk, butter and cheese would be of inestimable value in sup-, plementing our present dairy produce, wiiich is inadenuato to- meet all pur needs, and at' the same time furnish Europe with a sufli_ciency of tho fats so badly needed. Nanny Not an Expensive Lady, A good goat gives about two quarts ot milk a day, and can bo milked anywhere from six to ten months in the year. She can be kept at a cost ot from no cents to $1 a month, so that onco you have bought aiid paid for the lady her current expense:^ aro negligible and she will more than repay: initial outlay within' ti very short spaco of time. � There is a certain prejudice against goat's milir. Yet strange!.v enough it is given to ciiildren and invalids as being much more dlgostihlo than the bo-vlne's offering. Tuhereulosis germs aro iiraclically nevcn- found in goat's mi'.k. It contains from o to C per cent, butterfat. hut the/;it globules are so small that the milk Is digested in one third of the time it tajjos to digest cow's milk. Indeed there is a farm tor l'cliild'.-en at Niagara, Out., wliore goat's milk is given to flie youngsters exclu-sivoly and they certainly flourish on it. Goats seem to thrive best in Alpine scenery. They are eager to climb wliero the mild cow tears to tread. All tlip mountainous countries ot tho Old World have long Ijeen famous tor their goats, and goat-rai.sing has played an important part in tlie agricultural development ot these lands. Why hold Billy and Nanny up to opprobrium then? They are .qnito.'sxiU-ing to lielp us it v.-o get in a tight corner, and they have been helping tlis hardy mountaineers ot Europe fb grow; up into strong, virile men for u good many ye^irs. Thij distribution ot goats .throughout the world is something like this: India, 30,000,000; United States ;!,000,l)nO; Mexico,, 4,-000,000; Argentine, 4,000,000; Brazil, 10,000,000; Prance, 1,500,000; Germany, 3,''.00,000; Spain, ;!,000,000, And in addition, Italy; Switzerland, ,Rqu-mnnla and Bulgaria look to, tho ,goat.| The goat is not ai sition. and it most . tlVK. Best of all, it ially to our sourt.-and opens a new an iug avenue to woni. help. A goat can '. by a family as an need a groat deal o, tainly does not re borate in tho way summer un. altogether. It is ea cow. Englishwomen's Hobby, In Britain, goats v.. i ' kc'pr. by some women as a hobby U.wj, liefore there was any thought oi war. Some ot the finest goa,ts that ev.i- crossed the Atlantic from the Old Land canio to tho States trom Ilidly I.od'.;", lli'jtligat''. y They were br'Ml by lhi. late l'aroiic:!s I i lUirdott-Cniilts. Aiinlhor society v,(i- j man. Miss Doxford nf Silksworth | House, Huiiderland, i.-; hrc-clilig goat as a war-time occniirJon. Slie has a ' j| remarkalile herd of .An.glo-.N'ubiaii goats at her home in tli.' north of England. About h'vi or f,;i;lit moniii.-' ago she starti'd making ljutlcr frdiii goat's milk and has bad o oilier kind , since, indeed, she bad a constant siiii-ply during the "butterless" days which preceded the ration car.l syuti'm. She u.'^.os ;!. small separating; nmchiiie t;) vtxtratT the cream, and just a .snuill glass churn to imik" Un! butter. The sklr.i-miik is used in cooi;ing. The Anglo-Nubian goal is titc?-result of cross breeding Ij'itween goa's imported from Asi.-i into England and the native English goat. They are large goats, diifin'eiuly built from not! give quite so mucli milk but what is e than made ill.'. Il docs (".'iilion. It ccr-1 lacking in quantity is mor ing eia-! up in quality. Skoal !7iT;r 1,;,.. t'lO! llacl.e. that der':. i'll the i).'!|cate' ;.'()ii Ini.t ily s.' � Imnd - of the i'i> ;c.i.| 1,'t hiai ir. l'il-,st twi-'.pe nf n.-iltirc's .' has undermiu-t'lotli M rn.tnii', !; I. lief at l|. � n' lull il' von I'ict tooth ���'h. 'i decay l'if>,i made il,s ap-]5i .:!";!'l!'e, iji.f :ilone woiitil you Ini'.-e av.iid.-il surf.'rin;:. lull y.ui �'ell].I hav.' pres.,rved ihal tooth. ;is u live hiritli. l�.|t.'r far than :ii:v snli-!itiit" or ih.' nib^l toiitli in .'.iiieli li-e ir.'rve is cleail. Tlii'. I.ut one of 111.' niauv argu-iii.'ii'-; in i':!v(ir nf "r:;vly nll'.'ii-liiii!" to toiiih decay, unil rein.'iiibei- i' I'.'ar bold:; you batli-- DenliGlry As We Practise .It h a Gsb'.Is Art ulie anything '.' lie.using. and in ;ill il is outdoors r :.) milk than a So much interest has been evincoillj^ in the question ot ,(;oat, rearir.," 'liat .-.n Kome of the "backyard cows" will lie , i.a exhibited at tlie Canadian National Exhibition this year, and the ihous- i tiq ands of women who visit the Toronto , fair will -liavo a chance to look theni | ;1 over and see. what tliej- tiiink about i > goats and their own future chances a� goat-keepers. Undertaking Richards High Grade American Dciilis'lr}' PHCNE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from LetSibrfi%e Hoi-;!, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. The Hftjiipton Court Singers proarint two programs on tire third day which sound a note of originality." Ellas t)ny, the .well-known Ohlciigo critic and coiieh, made a speclnr trip to Englnnd and spent three months in a search for %jiM> to the American,; platform. , Ho founil not only old motion songs, but tuneful folk ongs a�tlng back aovcirnl centurle.s, Many of those have been cleverly woven Into the programs ot the Hampton Court gingers/. t.hOHO pi'ograms aro presontod In-eostiirae hoflttlng the era'In w'hlch tho mualc was written Tlio �leinbefs have spiwcjl^l voices and present their offerings In. an. artistic nnd fanltleBp manner. For several seasou9 f�w, mqstoot compunloK of Uio CJinutnuqua ijlatfonw have bteu lu greater demand throughout the country. IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by w- as soon as their value is firmly established. lu the performance of oii' dutie.s as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern ;)iils approved by science or good taste are in use, and we have ne iiesitation in claiming that we can give tho best service at the ii.esl reasonable cost, OLDEST ESTABLISHED FlRWf IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS That you can get your worn suits; also ladies clothes of every description; cleaned and pressed and made to............ ... ...... LOOIC LIKE NEW at the Lethbridge Laundry Co.'s :: Gleaning Plant It is the only, up-to-date Dry Gleaning POWER PLANT in Alberta, south of Calgary. Phone 451 C. S. 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