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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta School for By Marion r f(' I Jue aea- .......may enjoy them," runs the petition. And tll6 "duo a e a so n" la when th�y are at th.clr beat. /;' D en y It as h'd rlluultdrlata may, trult out 'of ' so'aaon la never as good ns It la In �*-son. The hothouse itpaw-1 orry In mJil-nlntcr may be iierlect crlm-son globe, . ' -beautiful t o look upon unci ;nal!i:iK Iho mouth water at the thoupht . of Its toothsomeneai. But that Satii*' mouth mlaaes somo-lhln� whcn.it bltoS; Into that berry. The BMnJatlp quality of the Juico la lacking, tilolSWeofnoss that cornea from the klisea ol the i summer auh la absent. So thCBO of us who cannot afford hothouao fruits In January may console ourselves with the appreciation that our berries, poaches, pears and plums are roally bettor when they re "tn season" thaii when they are within 'reach of the . wealthy alono. 'And aummer in tho time iibovo all others whon'theae fruits should be eaten. It Is ,a raorolftil dispensAtlon Of ProVldonce that It Is then that ran those whosafpiirses are sufferlniir RU8t bo washed;: J)Ut. v them Into � a - Cola>iiier and h'Alrt under the cold-water ^faucet, cln.it? to it, that tho rush )tain badly; and after handling them the fingers must be well rinsed in water before wiping on very small enough r I p o p e a'c h e s to make a quart, AM to them a cup of granulated sugar, or more It tho fruit Is very sour, and, after stirring until the sugar Is dissolved, add a pint of cold water and the unbeaten whites of four eggs. A teaspoonful of lemon Juice will Improve the flavor of the mixture. Turn Into a freezer and' grind untn stiff; then pack down In Ice and salt tor' two hours or longer. The resqlt iirUl 1>� delightful frozen peach fbaW.-^'i^ lant contained in the Iron that Ua-ka In tho luscious .strawberry. Digestion and peristaltic action of the bowels are encouraged by ripe fruit. Of course, there are oxctptlons to every rule, and there are some persons to whom certain kinds of berries are not bonefVcJal. Kyijn.the. deserv- ___ j!^"/""' .lit*!! t-k With berries contalnlnfc numbers ot small seeds. Individual peculiarities must be especially rcgafded. Black raspberries. In some- cases. crfnBllpate> 16 such an alarming extent that they should never be eaten. Some persons complflln-that blaekbe.rondcti(.i to � havo a ahowinp in tfto Cortior, t and if mv ret/vtiaf in thin rer.pcci S ia complied iclth it will be pomi-\ bic to print mami mom lettern. AUention ii oallod to tho fact  that Uarian UaHand eannot r�-oeivf money-for potlems, aa �h� ho3 no conneatioji viih any department that'aelh them. �Pests in Furniture IN A Uts lisue et *tM Bxchange I em two preaalnff "wuiitfl." One la fraedomlfrom "posts" In old turDlturo. I am confident' the remedy I httv� In mind will do thn work. n�at a ceatu' worth, ot quicksilver (mercury) Into an amutslon with the white of i CEK. Dip Into thin a >jutll leather and with It follow alttba odseo. cracks and ciwnnles Where nie Tieaimai do consreBalc. They will departjand ntiver return. Bsat and qulckillvcr, uilnx an old knife ana Wn old plate, until tliera remalne po triu^a of stiver around the ulaio. It houM.Bo tliorouSWy SBlslKBmatcd with tho *^iil� la for "Mrs. N�wlTW�d" (Norfolk. No, 2 la from "Amy 9." (Buffalo, M. Y.) ana has toM'with ^ Table' Decor ations She .U worried/ln-c�iise her cniidlei drip upon live toblecloth. yoi In unwilling to dlspensai with the pretty cnndli^ticke. Bhe should "get aniuU round Klas�es. mucer-nhap�Ml, with a, holu In the middle Just large eoongh to,Mat a eandle pais through. TiMM will ��vn.th� clftlfi by not letilna th� drlpfilng. srwiiic run down upttaul>s�cl)efl." AN OfJwTHOILfaftKIiBl'Bn Angeles, ral.). , I recomnendad' tho sumo little candle-sauoers some time ago, but you spell the iword dlfaercntly, l'thought It French, our ron^rln� would make it more like srman. \ W|Mch of us is In tho right? A JRti til mcr Tribu te . I raake a/ttMnk oRbrliiR to the Bxchange, from' .WMCh. I liavii -reotlvcd amoh good. My tribute/ is a recljie for a flne summer heveroxa)(4iIlad f ' Spruoe Beer My do^ttiKsaVi t could not glvo my family snythSiK bolter to drink la hot weathfr. Get D c/inls' worth each of oil of spruce. aMafraa .and wlnterirean and mix them wall tOBeiper. Havo ^ a bowl 2 pounas ot "A" augiir and pour Into It holt a tea-noonful lot Iho inlaail oils before atlirlng Into It 2 touarts ot boltmi: water. Mix tbor-ughly isllh thn oils. Add 8 Quarts of cold water aiad a caka of oompresiert yeast dissolved injscilttlo liUtewarm water. � stir long and wela and bottle at once. . Let tho bottles .atwai la li wurm (not hot) placn ovar-nlRht, ^I^hou lay upon their aides In the cellar. \pfirtn yoti wish'to iiso ' the beer, aet uponillMk-loo for soma hours. V, Mrs,. D. K. D. (Allentown. Pa.). Of ctouroo tho corks muat bo wired down while fermentation la going on. And taa tho bottlea tlUod to the cork? If soJ Is there not danger of burjitlng? IvOt imI know more of your exuellent and wholanomo "ooft drink." / Raisin Pie \, aj.-n sending tho reclpo for raisin pio aakeS. for by "nirs. 1.. MeC." (New York cltyV If Tr am not asking too mueh. I should be gratliful tf th� roclpo f.>r "Marlon llnriand's oiiriij rolI�h" cvild be rfaprtmed. I nifiUe it yeax before UvbI, hut the recipe hno os-sapixl me. Ab we think It umrtleularly rtno, I Wmt to i.U'.Wo II again this year. OsiQ Qupful of leaded ralHlnit stewed flva mlEUtes In a cuoful nt water. Thicken wlljn two tableapoonfula ot crarkur crumbs, 4iMaove from tna Urn unil stir la a cuiilul ot supar. a .scant tablespoontul ot butter and tho tilk-e of a small leinnn; Kill your pa-stry shell with thn mUluro and lay strlos of p.Tstry. UUIce-wl.se, across the top. Ualco In a hicadv ii\eii, V. .M. B. (Uanvllle, 111.). Marion Harlnnd Relish Or, as a French cook 1 had when I Invented tho pickle, wrote the. labels on the Jars containing It, ".Marion llar-Inud's Rel-eceh." .Since when It has gone hy no other name in our household. Cut the grains from the cobs of a doren ears of green corn, ollp Intn small sprays 1 large and 1 small ciuIIIIiiwimk, cut into half-lengths a bunch of celery, seed and chop line 1 green sweet i>ep-pers. Men.sure 3 tJiblespocnfuIb of salt. I'.j pounds of brown sugar and 3 pints of best cider vinegar. .MI.\ the vegetables, when they are prepared a.s dl-reeted, In a. great bowl and add the sugar to tiie vinegar. Mako the sweetened vinegar scalding hot and pour over tho contents of tho bowl. Turn all Into a porcelain or agate iron kettle and cover chMcly. Bring to a fast boil and keep tiUK up for ten niimUes. Stir in then - hf>aping teaspoonfuls of KnglLsh mustard and take from the lire. Thla relish keeps well all the year round; but it is best to nut It while hot into glass fruit Jars and .seal to reUaln the full sircngth and fiavor. Wrap tho Jars In thick paper. The light darkens It. 1 havo added spice.s-ground and tied up in tiny bag.s-but w� prefer the t.isto of tho vegetables simply pre�5erveollin|f water, allgbtlv skilled, and after Bbaplng lh� ilumplliics flriii, them eiiiefully Into this. I.eavo ttlontv of room to st\*ell and Puff. Servo with sauce or with slewed ]/runes. if vou like. viHi mav try all of tlieHo -recipes and cllll have enough dough left for a pan of biscuits. These are offered In a al.sterlv spirit to "H. c." iMomdalr, N. J.) by P. H. P. (.Mount Vernon. Ind.). A right royal offering, and on too vnluiilile tn other readera to ho monopolized by our nioinber from New .lersey. 1 ihereforo take the liberty of laying It In full before the big family. There are oUiera who want tho reciiies as well as "B. C. of Mont-elair. "Gariiish with tht!ir own leavca." white linen. For this reason manf housewives use colored fruit napklna wKh peaches, pears nnd plums. There Is only one way ot servlnc grapes, apd that Is au nalurel; l^ut evsn this fruit may be improved by .setting It In ihe Icechest until thoroughly chilled. Then heap the clusters of grapes on a plntlcr lined with grape leaves, It you can obtain these. Wn are nol dealing now with cooked trulls, 90 I givonq directions for such, jr, however, one wishes to make a dcll-olouB frozen des.sert of fresh peaches, and not incur. tUo expense ftf o.ream and eggs for Ice crcnni, Jiil.'opt try a fruit surprise. To prepare this, peel and chop Family Meals for a Week "Ni'vor omit fniger bowlri if you would save "^ho napkins." Protest With i.^fii\nl t.i ynur arlldp, "A Brief for nrUlK't." nllow ine lo say that tho Bprvatu nioblvm will nrvrr be settlnl initil Iho ao-t'ttlU'i1 'inlalrfFs" hon h'arnPii tf) look iiputi Mt 'iiiployo (or "nprv-iiiii"! IMI nv; Ji mf?f> niaclilne. Incapable of f''el!iiK iiiiil sfIf-n-spf^rt. nor as a ihtfi who would porhQps Klve you il look of Rratliuiltt JC hlH mlKtrt'Hg 6uiil. "Ymi iJUi �entrwiiiply ^vt'll'" Imt nn n ft'Mow^bi'hiK. mudp of tho flame nmterlnl, the Bntiif prriFhDble clny an hfrflclf. whn will be wlIllnR; Id trrai th� �iiip!'u will ri'Biitly m-o by my style of writ-lUK ttint I nni mily n pnor. niU'duralPd � dofi:. who looks humble gratUuiio wh.a I throw him a Uind word. IloroaiI;ng tho rloslng paragraphs of the "hri-'f. ' I Interpret lliem as ox-pres.sion.4 ..r suu-lto dt'.siro to pronioto kindly rnut uai undorstaiuiing hotwuen eniplnyor aiul omployt'. 1 roonsel the exerelso uf luino.-^l>, sincerity and justice on tho part of tioih. J rQiJmil.iti' with ean)ostnes.�, riNhuT Into vnh'fmonre, the liiHltuiution that my follow- huii^eniMi herfl and mystdf t real ovir dnmo?i u!i more nidnly than tho hofn of the fM '.nil down" Hrldpel as tartly us h-r l.'i-^hand arraigns oHIco hoy and cl.Mk for noqlool of duty. Mrs. 'J'oin'H mansifr of dlrectlnK MarJon'.M al-ti-ntloii 1.1 iii uiiswopt lloor. is injldnef*^ llsi'lf cniiipand with her lord's relmko of his '��t*mu)(;i anher'.s "inexcu.'--ahle careless M'.-'s .inil niitrageon.s (dupidliy." Mr.s. l>lrk uwiis lo her IntlniatoH that sho "nuist tiurnoi- .Mice's nmods and shut her evi-s i.. hei- shnrlcomloKi*, If slio w.iuid not b.. left In the Im-ch al a nio-ment'^i nutiif" Her husband "would like to ,sti- Idinsoif trlininhig hl.s courso to korji In With (in Impertinent hiind!" To speak o:u boldly something we all feel h nd lldnk at tlniOK-sonio of us all th.. time.-if tlie )>niployos of �the American houseniolher (our member from Kns Angeles ralj.'^ her sneorlngly and with unconscious Hliznincanee "'I'lu' noinlnal mistress'"! be a �'servant." she draws wngea and bnitrd and lodgings from a �1h ve. "Ib.w mnny servahts do von kee)i?" asked a relaiivo ,jf a free-spoken family m an "Klve!" wa? the ready re^ponsft. "And ono slave' My wife is (ho slave." nomesti(.-s nro bettor iiald, more kimllv treated an,l nioro spolle,! in the hometi of free nnd enliglvtf^ned America tlian anywhere f\rp iivtho world, T rballenge ronlrndletlon from those who have tr.ivrb'd o.stonslvaly on both sides of the orran. Fro7fi a frilliug Heart X liavit hf'fn cenrlini? niniinzlnes to a pf'or htit-ln In IHlnolH. I liJivf hrnrd fr'ini her and her letters rivp.il yet mor*� ml?�t;rj-. My horirt flfoos out to th" wnmnn' whn vrliffl of mental and bodltv fiimlne for hersplf J, .,* _ .V and fonUly^onr cif ,(hft rountlpss suffcrcrH whosa husliamla are -^Mit of work." J fun I'uitinK mytioir in her phiic My pt i .at la KUVG of three niiulH per da.^", :uid those littlii thikht-n nni.'�i otten k'> buiiKiy! Ht'Mtl nit^ that iiiotl^er'p iiddn-i-s. MrH. r. IC. H. t'Snnta .Mnnlc.i. I'al j. The address haa gono to the lender-heariod woman who never leaves out ^f thought lh� truth thai we .ue all of one blood-children of the one Father, ami that none can auiltlossly shirk the obligation to feed and clotho tho hungry and ruKeeU brother. Approved Pic 1 um sendInK 'Iip rtTlpfif foi halfpay pud-dtuK and m|;dn pt� whirh wore naked for a few weclts uro. Theoreilcully. we all disapprove of pl�. Piactlcally, ui- ull t'njuy p. but tbf Hiu'-\vlvw^d. of Noifolk. will have! Still, llu' turpiMittne and the corroahH aul)llni:ii will nfltlc Ihe crlinnon ranihlrri In n hunv. 'I'iinrH liavc rhanged alrro ,1,'inii Wrlt^h �'inb)'' �"'nt for -'a man �Iih a l)i"l-kry and had (he liod to&k Into I'l" (�. and ion to HuaU in a tub of water, Ki.n iliiMi! lu- niv niill;i uf uao-r on ibo kitchen, floor, bo as to drown any that might bo tlliM-C." NothhiK win dl'iptT."!.' V'lai'bi'd .10 fiuh'klv i\� luilvtMizt'd hurux thrown Inio th�dr hiuoita with an Int-fct pnwdpr ihrowi'i-Morax la th" or.iv thing I ever nao to keep moths away. Ir gnrmcnta arc ciir---fnby wrnpppi^ la piiprr uini aprlhlilcd with It, nn mnllni foinn . ii":i r th'in 1 think .Marv 10. K.'s" r-'flpt- for potato Halad good. How true It 1b thnt pen-plo forpt't th�'n' are. all � tiori.s and cnndl-lloUK of im n" in tif'inianv a� td.Twh^r^, �riH'io ii pothlnx nlcpr in ihr i'dUilp lint-ilifan poiof nf th-' plain dishpn ol iho iriiKiil r tln> rnipi' for "Snm lnaten." I 1m\o one for liMhn an Ithum. f-t whlrh ^onif'bnib a."l;cil, ImiI It I.h iho innst rlnl'oratti detail of rake-innklnt;, Js*o ono would aitompt It. I am Huro. N'-w for our r**rljn-fi: Hfllfpay Pttdding V*v>\\T nun-'C'tt c:ii"h of .-juft nnd llf^ar. currant R, r.'il.iina an I hrr'nirrunibt; "luo tuldo.'^poynfiila of nvduaara; ha'.f a pint "f milk Ml.\ all w�dl tn^'elhr-r: bof] In a mold �fniir ili'oirf 'I'hifl r.-rtpe la rroin th.- oM RngllPh l>nok. "impiiio Within. " and la cxiillent. 1 ndil r-jilii' 10 laMf- aiiil a ii-aBpoonful .a b-ikli^g P->wdt.r, well �lfi.--d ihnoiKh thn (lour. Haiain Pie One cun of raisin.'^ boili-d tcndor. Add 1 ovuii'i's of Miiffor and 1 nf loiUfr. Thh-k'Mi wlt]i a fintpeoniul .if corn.'itan h. H;^kii wlih uppi-r and hnvfi- itjihi. Thla ninkes otif^.pic rv \.. ,\ i Nrf*- Poatiiii, pii.i \V(i have hnd two olher reclpoR for raisin plo and no iwo aro alike. TItl.i is tVui llr.st reeohed for Oio faniou.s (but how simpleli lialfpay pmldlng. Wo havo to think the lienor of the latter fnr.m:os Chicken boulllun In uup.i. cohi corned b( cf. rolls, lolilslaw with crnain droHalng, crackers and Lheesp. fruit, RlPKer ale cup. DlNNliH MnhlKntawnpy huuj'. roast lamb with mint saure, Krccn peas, creamed vmnig curi-ma, homcniado ko croum. cake, blaek coffee,' MONDAY BUEAKFAST Frult. rereat and cream, plckprt codflsft and pniaio (ahr^ddcd llsh and innshed potato), wbolo wheat bread, toast, lea and corfce. bUNCHICON Corned be^'f hnsh m Icft-nvar). baked po-tntnoa, tomato tnust, b'ltncf aalad. ora.t.-k-cra and cher*:p. Hii-wrd peura and cooklea, tea Y^i-terday'p Boup. fuld lamb with mint aauct' la Icft-ovor). carrots and Kr**fn poaa. cn.aniPd toRnibpr (a ieft-ovpri; cuKPlnnt filoii, poftchf!* and cream, i:aUe, black cot-fee. FRIDAY nUEAKFAST Melona. cereal nnd crcani. bacon eniS friftft green nfippcrn. quick bliouits, toait, tM and coffee, LtJNCHRON nrentJed nntl baked BnDllnpfl. fried Freneir potfttnefl. rechauffe nf Spanish rice, bread and berry puddlnfc. tea, dixneu Fish chfiwrtfr. brVndeit mutton chopf, green peaa. ituffcd pggjdant, peaches ana croam, cake. t)lnck coffee. SATURDAY nUKAKFAST Melons, cftreal and cream, bacon,' wafflOS and honey, toaat. tea and coffee. H7NCIIK0N Yt^nterrtay's chowdrr, �tew of mutton chop.'al and i-rcfini, bacon, boiled e(!ga, hakt'd toast, wlmlr wheal bread, tea toil! ciffrr Mine of lamb on tnaal la Ipft-over), scJI-Inppd cgKi'lani (a Icfl-ovfii. tomato aalnd, crack'rs ani| fhfeao, Jrlly roll, icfd te:i. DINNKIl rb^ar aoup with noodlp;", stuffed calves" hrarts. llniii lioaiis. grcin crn. t)utch applo cake (a k-ft-ovor). black coffee. WEDNESDAY hhhakfa ST Mrlnns. r'prca! aofl rrrani, chfoae onicldt, rice muIlUis, toa.'-t, tea and coiTeo. Id'N'f'MKnN- Calves* hearta. c-ohl and allcad (a left-o..-r), p �nalo.'.'i au Riatln. fried toiiiatoea, cream puffj'. tea. KuccntfiPh soup ui left-over of beans and corn), frii'd thicken (Virginia alylo), rlco crMiiuf'tteK, young bPetn. blackberry pie, black culliic. THURSDAY inir-w\KFAaT Pearn and peachea. cereal nnd cream, baron and fried nuiPh, graham bread, toaut. tea and i'Offoe. I.l'NcMlKON' rhcesft fondu. sandwiches of graham bread hi. 1 ire:\m chros,'. beet and potato salad (a loft-overb junket, cake. tea. IMNN'l-Ul Tomato noun with whipped cream on dip. recbuuile of clilckcn and nioslirooinH (partly a left-ever>. bidled h^yt-i tops, mlmnl and neaaoncd; Spanish ilce, waioi in-don, black cofffo. Lost Lessons Tire niiislc!>l education or the ohllfl, wo miiBt roiiwinlior, l.i. In nine oa.�e.H ont of l(>n, a plus quantity- flomptililng In addition to an already comploto eo.urse of Hluily laid out by that nxnctliiK and often lieartleos per- ' son known ae the whicator. It Invades thn play hour, maltos It.s by no moans small (ixnelloiw upon the already tired . hn.Un, and often proves more destru'ctlvo Of tho central gray matter ond morp wearlnpc to the nerves than nil tho rest ot tho chlld'8 curriculum put together. Think ot the poor tortured little spino nnil Uio dangling legs on the high pk^no stool for an hour at a Btrotoh! \\'iii|.t a nervous strain and wnrrlment, to drop a not(�herc and there, as gpindma drops a etltch, and 1)0 obllffcd to go back again and be.nln to strugglo with tho pa.s.iage until time, flnsorlnt!, roadluK and all tho technlqiie ut c.\ocutlon arc pronounced satlsfacMory I With lesu ex'artlnjj; niii^l, and shorter ^ollrB�or practire, I have no doubt thali (lulto as much projo'es.s vvouUi be mad# hy rnosit rlili.lr.^n Iji thn lont; run. NoUl-' In.? Il Kalii.-!l b;.- o\h lusthiK norvoiia on-cri;.v nd \^^^lrl"^ ""i I'^'^h hraln and V.oi I'nlcsS^Ja rhilfl lui� cxlraonllnary. .i;.:il'Hl,^ find att ln.-i;iOfvil>l,i liivo for mu-hIc, �too nnioh nf a Rood thing" -will ."Imply dlsgu.'it him or her wllU Uie en-tirf study. ;