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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta SCHOOL for: By. MARION edly popular atrawberry has enemies and acts an a polion upon some vyatemi. One woman luirert from m. akin If her liking- for this favorite, while I In term .ripe frulti In :abundance. flow of penplratlon dunes tha system to crave the satiifyliiK-Juloei of. peaches and pluma; general debility pro- duced by hot weather needs the uUi ihouli i another It produces nau that they are eal ie Bea_ But there are many men and without the These are often women who find that their digestions are never quite as good and their bodily functions quite as regular during strawberry season. In at 'thejr beat, :D y It -hs "ho rtluulturiatfl may, -fruit out "of "season "Is aa good as it la In Ron. The hot- house itrnw- 1-erry In' mld- may i perfect crim- s d n "B 1 o b.e, beautiful 1 0 took upon andimakiug tho mouth water the thought of Its toothiomenau But that, ftanu mouth mlssei come thlnj jvbeii 'jt bltas Into Jliat berrj aroniiatlpV quality of juice is lacking tlleliWeetnofiB that comes from the klflBCB ol the I summer sun la ab- So those of ui who cannot afford In January may oOn- ounelves wltb the depreciation that our berrlaa, -peaches, pears and j plums raallv better when they ;'in fpasoji" than whan they within reach of the I wealthy alone j And Bummer is the time above all when these -fruits should ba j .It-_ia. a -dlapenafttlon j of Prut that It Is then that are Buffeting- tropi, fiBfirnia, may have Hpe 'fruit I am notiadrooatlnjfia. bill of fareoon- Ha luflcloua best white streaked with green or when tough and ftbroiw. Tho which ari liked as ire'.but the. exceptions to the rule of. .the .beneficial effects of fresh bcrrUi. Piaehei the most ill- jestlbU of >our! Biimnicr eaten so touch aa to be about aa easily assim- ilated as a raUier. cparse quality of tis- sue Children must not be al- lowed to -cat. unpt'clcd peaches.. .Of friUls should bo peeluu before they are eaten It miy be welU to stale 13 a. rule that all fruits should be pceldl before Ihey arc eaten. I know that some physicians advise-one'.to eat ripe apples with the skins on to correct constipa- tion. If one follows this advice, ono should bo very'carctul to masticate tho peelings thoroughly. No other fruit Is much Injured by 'Iteoplnjj by traniJiiortatton as the cherry. Cherries, to be safe, must be perfectly; ripe and eaten within twenty- four hours after they have been picked. If one cannot obtain them when fresh one would bettor lot them or be ''satisfied them slewed or pre- served. In serving summer fruits never wash them, unless they arc so Rrltty or sandy as to make this absolutely necessary, Who us has not1 seen ripe, beautiful strawberries transformed to a in oil? t and deoppetizlng mess by washing, fol- lowed by a sugar? The a dozen ot them Irrlhir hand nt k berries them and under the cold ij cloak to it tint the .may not bruise them, "Shako gentjy-as you wash fnilt; then set on the ice In tho colan- der to drain thoroughly before sending to table.. AH terries ihould be handled and' tenderly anil tips of the fingers Never pcach'Cs Th> former are niore" beautiful' with tlie misty looking "fuzz" still upon them; the latter may be wiped oft with a oloth wrnnK out in cold water. dessert Is mtich better than peaches and cream; but even here there Is a and a wrong way of servlnp the delicious dish. right wriv Is to have the peaches peeled so carefully that tho skin come-off >ln thin strips and without pieces of the tender fruit clinging to It. If possible, the fruit must be prepared only a few. minutes before eating, as exposure to tho air will' darken It. Slice quickly, or cut in strips from-the pits. Send tu the table in a chilled glass or china bow! each saucer Is filled with the fnitt, sprinkle It generously with powdered sugar and pour over it rich cream. With peaches as with berries, do'.not put on the sUgar before exception .to. this rule Is pineapple maj be stfeyred a J' Is nerer rftijft[ very s m a-I t enough r I p o.' .p e a''c h e s to make a Quart. Atkl to them i cup of granu- lated sugar, or more If fruit Is very sour. and. after stirring until the.. 9 u i dissolved, add pint of cold water and the unbeaten whites ot four eggs A teaspoonful of lemon Juice will; Improv e flavor of the mixture. Turn Into a freezer and "grind. Btlft then pack down In Ice and {alt for' two hours or longer The a delightful froien peach as, she dplujrefi them Trith water she ilraini off oi.. ,mer .h. puts [he wet k t S v f Knife nt cacti plate...and 4 If. the bo waihed.1 tout-v tfttr handling them the fingers r rinsed In water before wiping on lant contained In the Iron-.that Urks In the luscious strawberry.. .Digestion and peristaltic action or the are-en- have Tqubted -by ripe fruit. the Doctor Wiley to the effect that a. diet that Is restrict to one kind offfood only, Whatever' With berries containing numbers; of small Individual peculiarities must Black raspberries, Of course, there are exceptions to" to such an alarming extent' that they' very-rule, and' there 'nro ;some per- should never be eaten. Some the sons to .whom certain-kinds., of berries that may ia .a great Viatake.. ,But are not beneflcjal deserv- aame effect AJ1 ot these Hlloajncra- M3 fci. Exchange NOTICE yj EC A. USE ofj i tha cnormouf K numbtir acjif to I-TM must ask contributors to j limit tkair com s to ilDO except wnloft e rmt er apace. I t want all cotrcsjtottaenta to Attie a akotcitiff the Corner, j and if my rttewurim rerpect j camplk4 with it will be foasi I bt6 to print maw more crfied iu fftP fru Htat ft' ectve Jtifiy no with any pa-f-s-f that f ft scant ot llitm __.._ plonti or room to swell a'ld puff ,If -you nice, you ma> tri nil of these recipes and atlll eroueh JoiiKh left for a pun of biscuits. These are -offered in sisterly nrlrlt to B C (Moiuclalr V J) bj P H F (Mount e-non Ind) A .right-royal offering, and ;on too nlinblc to other renders to be mo nopollzed on- member from Jersey. I: tlitrefore 'tahe' of laslne It in .full before the fam Ih There are otheri who wint recipes as as B C of Mont- clalr :'A: Protest' IMth regnr] to arlfcle, A Brief for BUdjtet allotv me to sa> that the scrxant problem wIH i never be aettleiL uiiill the so-called has learned' "Garnish with their own nhite linen For this re'aaon' many housewives use :colqred fr'tiif napkins with peaches, pears and plums There Ia only one way of'serving Brants and that la au naturel fruit mav be bj setting H In the leeches t until thoroughly chilled. .Then heap the clusters', o'f grapes "oh" a platter lined with grape If you can obtain these. We are not dealing now with cooked _90 I-S'vp nq Erections for euoh 3f, ho.wevcr, one wishes to make a ae'H- cloiis frozen dessert of fregh pennhes, .and not Incun the ccgeitfe of eream and 9Sfis for Ice crcnm' trj a fruit surprise. To prepare this, peel and chop "Xevcr omit finger bowls if 3011 would napkins" lie reding would p JC his i ii ploy a ichlne, (o .nil aelr-rcspect _ irhaus give you a look nf ilKtreai "You rttd nt as a f lion bclnK nmtle of the 'il. Ihe KBH e perishable who will be ?a of her h'onie factory lore rhlllti i Hi le clay treat are treated ifllca, namely, to think) with I lose nlj ncIT-r :cptliiB a posltk so ns the (Los C 1RI by my ctylc'of.Wrlt- T iincdtiFtitcil olaj-K n re not lit rccllnR- and not spect would I think i for general, house c degrading clreutn- .MAHV X. rc-is tiblMtMinrtrulM ot crmckor cnimbii. fwm unit stir In a cupful A Royal Offering Became I have so many and .benefits from Jhe rJxclianKe. I am KnOInz n the recilies for which t. member aahed a little while Dtod Tdrte1. One cupful o( oc breadcrumbs 8 A cupful of aranulitp 1 sugsr pound of Imondi ellcfd ir Rround (1 prefer thorn pound of cltrnn. sllcnd thin: rnncc of bluor chocolate a lemon, juice nnd rln 1 l trnnpoonful nf ground clniiBtnan. teanpoonfitl of cloven A nine Dry the bread In the put through food crlnder-or sifter.. Mix citron, and spices with the crtnntu Rent the yolks of thfl with the rugiir until -thtcki Ifmon juice nnd hfiftt Mklh. Mix the drj with beaten eincr and in tar; next put I" the brandy nnd lastly, the whites or four beaten stiff are foMed Into Ihe mixture tho fltner four for tht. inerlnfciie Pour Into K vprlng (orm anJl bxke In a When tbo "torto" h done, spread jelly tho iipan ttw-jc'ly. Put Vac-it Into oren nntll tha mtrlturu.4 h lightly, coloird Dampfundcln (tlMniR'l liumpllrttf) Hoik a cakt of comprojEeJ yeMt la a cufl It Is an cnlgtni to me that our pro- ieatant should Inclowd In her leb- ter an extract from the which has wrought her up to the. pitch, of In- dlgnalloif reglstereil iii foregoing: epWIe Thus runs the clipping: 'Try to bear in 'mind that her train- ing1, "her ideals, her alms arc different from yours. Do "not 'let a matter''of i'erjlins' outer Into-your ileallnga with tier. Rul be just and kind. If you would have her honest,, dutinn. treat.her with strict honesty, sincerity and Jn tit Ice. 'When we houMK-eepers appreciate our duties along these lines, a belter time will come, arid It Will he better' time for Bridget as well as for her nom- inal mistress For myself, I confess'-frficly that 1 do r.ot olnlm to bo th> equal of every ona With whom I nssoclatc.- 1 bow willingly In spirit and defer- In mannerjahtl speech to ninny who nre superior to nai- urnl Ability-and Ih acqiitroil of mind, heart and person. llon I Am sood n" anjhoili1" pro claims n wtint .of brredinR, of education and ordinary inlclliKOnop. So, I-do not hold mysolf to have stich mHRtery of the Innteuagc as to bp. nlways able to express my exact meaning In forms that leave upon UJB overage mind no tloubt with regard to what I would say. Yet U thai extract has anj meaning it ccntratlicts the as serljon of iiiy irate that I j "seem, to 'her "class without Still less have I implied that the "domestics In my employ arc ma- incapable 'of- self-respecl Jind" on. al ic el with the who looks humble- grhtitnde when .1 throw him a' kinil word, llerenflingr tlie'closihg naragrapha of the "brief." J interpret 'them -as ex presHlons of sincere dcsiro to promoto kindly mutual understanding between employer and employe. I counsel Ihe exercise of honesty.. sincerity and Justice on Hit! part nf both J i-nptidltte with earnestness riblnj, bfftniOnce; Ihe insinuation that' my fBllow-hoiiscnioiherfi .-and myself' .treat our demesnes more rudely than the boss of tho fiKlory, ihe floorwalker of the dc SArtment s no and the he id of the office emcan il-cm tow ird openthe in -intl "tenpsriplier Oi the icontrary, I aflirm. upon the authority of others and from what have- inyself seen niKl heard, that 'the mistress who 'Should address her maids ".is lihrshl> nnd pereiftplorliy and'- find fault an sharply us iinppcnH every day nnnipii In I he various occu pal ions I have nainoil. would stoon lintl heiinelf left to do her own work. Mrs. .John will bear out my statement that, she would not claro lo "cntJ down" Brldpef as tart- ly as her husband arraigns otllcc hoy Ttid clerk for neglect of 'duty. Mrs; Tom q m inner of directing M s il- ttintion to an unawcpt (loor is mililncsy Itself compared wltlr her lord's rclmko of cionogr iphtr H caro Ifssnpss EIIH] jiitiaEfious rtupidit> Mif Dick- owns tn her in limn les thnt sho 'must humor Alttie's moods anil shut her eyes to her shortcoming's, If- fiho would not bo left Ih the lurch al.u mo .nioni's notlt'fi." Her husband "would Ilko to see lilinsolf trimmliig his course to- keep .In with nn .Impertinent- -linnd? siion'n out boldly "something we all feel and think at some of us 'all the If ot -She Amer- ican housemother (our member from Los Angeles calls her -siiecrlngly nnd. with unconscloiip nlgnlflrtince' "thh mfstrpis be a sonant she draws wares, and board nnd lodgings from a 'How many sprvsftts do you keep' nsketl a relativo of a free-spokpn family war the ready "And "lave! My wife Is tho slave. DonieFtlcs are bcttnr paid, more kindly treated nnd more spoiled in tlie homes of- free- nnd eiiHghlAiied America than anywhere elre 1m the world. I chnllntifrf! rontrndletlon from (hose who hnvp tnivrtfirt on both sides of the ficMn'. lf and WhOSO IiiiHlni pntllne- IB sure of (hn Hitlo cblldren d me thill >Irs C. K, v in S of. (JhA- countlees slifferera Mil of work 1 am In her plati Mj pet til infculs mi 1 thoee list' often BO' lniiigij mainfra ndln s II. fStinia-Monica, The sone lo the tender hoarieil woman whoi'neVer leaves out flf thought tile tnilli that we are all of one blood-Children of-the one Father, itutl that hone Mie oblieitlon to feed clotho the liunfciy and ragged brother" Pic and a tsv. s ag Theoretically fill of pie imltiR a Ught hand wlth't'htj Whit a Xewlyweil. at. Norfolk. [II hive! SUM, the -turpentine and tho lorroslve subllmalc will settle Hie crlmnon slnLt, lane Bfnl for n inun a lied (ie> antf hat! Ihe be 1 look Into pic e- an 1 p it t t s In a tub or w Her i! n I tun. pull of i rler on the Mtchen floor sons to nnj that might l o thpre Nollilnit will ronclips an qiilcUl) ptmert rd horav thrown int i thtir naunls with an Insect iiowdcr ihrowcr norax ts the only ihlnR 1 ever to keep moths awnv. Ir ennncnts arp cnre- fulli n-rniniptl In pppcr nnd Fpiltiklei I Mirj P K s recipe for po tiitn snlid pond true It IB thnt pea lie forficl lucre lire nil nnrl. On I con H There tilcrr In tho nllble line than Fonie-uf iho plain dlshcg of Ihe frusnl. Orrnian houwwlfe., t Tin wnltlnt for the rrclp for "am hmtcn." r have oil" fnrliahn Khnm for flliMi Fomcliddv I nt it la the rhlnrild if (iKc ftnklne Ko Oho would attempt r om sure HA] f pay Pudding Fmir.otmceH etjch'nr suet nnd dour cur- nf half a of.milk. Mix nil ell i mft d r hnurp Thin recipe la from tho oM Rngllsh lirtok. Within." nnd In exc-cllcnt. J ndd pplce Iff tMtC'Aiit) n tcnspoonful of pow.Ier. well sifted tliroiiKh tlio Bftisin Fie One win of raisins boiled tcmlcr. Add 1 ounces of ahrt 1 of Inittcr' Thicken with R of en nako with nppfr 116 ptc C t lawer cnist A floMnn Frnm a Wtllntg Ifcatt f Jiav> hccn to a poor mii-ln )n 1 have heard from htf nnd licr letters rcvpAl yet mArr hilrerj-. Mr tnonrt out (o wnmnri- incnttl bmllK- (amlnc for herself had two other recipes for raisin pie nnd no tnp nro illho Tills Is the 'firat rccolvfeil for tho fiivit how simple halfpa> ptlddlng to tin nk Iho donor or the Initcr fcr a uprightly IcUtfr. There aft' humors even In I find thorn BO Interesting nnfl -sujjgOKtlve thnt T hall tho opportunity' to converse With llke-inlndcd, Family Meals for a x Melons cereal anil cream, clam fritters. southern batter bread, .toast, coffee and tea. cereal and cream bieon green pfppen Qul k bftculti and Chicken bouillon in cupi cold Deer roils col Isiiw with creim itnd baked anrdlnes. Tried- FfenCir crackers anO -fruit, singer rechauffe of Spanish brtad DINN'ER berry pudding, tea. Mtilllgatawtipj noup roast iamb with i Kiiuco snon trcamed vuunR carrnia homemade ico cream black coffee chov der breaded mutton eliopft Kreen i! tiffed eggplant pcachei ana cream cake, black corTce Fruit, cereal nnd cream, plckrd if and iiotato (shredded fish and' mashed whole wheat, brend, cereal and cream bscon VlflH hdnej loaat tea nnrl coffee EON: Corned beef hash (a left baked po anrt clicere pcara and chowtlrr. of chops nnd preen jieni (R. lift CKI9 etff ihrtd.' frilfi; toft-, oztcrday d eoup, coM lamb with o( lettuce eoup, lirttufd treth nauco (a ciirrots creamcil together (a left ecfpfant fried and cream cake black tongue, stewed onions. Btufted and hiked potatoes a K.tntuck> cake black coftee TUESDAY Lessons Peaches ccml an I cream I neon musical education or the chllfl, cfer imheil tonsl. whole wheat bread must Is In. 0 out of ten ta plus Ml- of limb on lonst 10 tilling in addition to "an, already.. loped epsplnn fii kfi tomnln nftlnd crackers ,-tnrI cheese. Jelly roll. Icod cojirse of study; laid .'.out; that exacting and often heartless per- fcnowiT the ethicntor. It InvarlM Clenr FOIID with' stuiTcil play hour, 1U by no caitc'U hfack exaction.-) upon 'the tired and often proves- the central gra> matter and qnore to the nerves Oitn all Jwt Melons re real arid crrnin chrcnc the child's curriculum put rice muffins tonst ten. nnd of the poor tortured little the (Jangllnf on high Calves' heart j colrf nnd jtHctd (R left f-otatoes in Rratin Tried to ool for nn hour ml a. cream puffH, ntrvoua slraln'and to 'drop notfrhere and there, ns gmndniA drops Succotfifh smip (a Ion-over o{ bennn stitch, and obliged to go back again. fried chicken (Virginia- rka cro juetics beets blackberry again to 'Strugglo with tho black cortce time, fingering, reading and nil the- of 'execution are pronounced satisfactory' lesn exncling music nnd shorter, and of practice, I have no doubt that, nneon anil grnhHui hrcAd, toast, tea and to na much progress would ba: tnadf; rnosil children in the long run. Noth- Chowo fonilu. Rattdu'Ichcp at fc-alncrt by oxh.iustinff nervous .en- lircarf beet nnd potato salad (ft jnHkPt. out bulli brain and t nhsKa cli M Jins crtnorJInarj H ind fniiler-lble love for mu- .Tnmdto with whipped crcnm on lop. rrchniifre of olilckon nnd "loo much of a .good thlny" will (partly a boiled beet minced and crnninrd; Simnlsh ilce, disgust him or her with the at- black study. ;