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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1017 THE OAILTT HERALD PACiENINK Taste You will heartily enjoy the taste and aroma of Cowans Perfection Cocoa and it the most wholesome nourishing Canadian MILADI PHONE m WAR RECIPES Canning of Fruit and Vegetables BY The following lecture on canning fruits was delivered yeslerday after noon by as a parl of Ihe thrift campaign Several Ways of Keeping Fruit Canning Frails are canned by sterilizing frull In weak sugar solutloa sealing In sterilized Preserving To preserve fruits eugar is used in large quanlilles from tb to 1 tb of sugar tor 1 ib Jelly In jelly the juice of Ihe fruit is preserved by means of sugar I Drying Drying Is evaporating until less than 30 moisture is left and prevents growth ot t Pickling Here vinegar and epices arc preservatives Selecting Fruit to be Canned The fresher the shortest lime possible between pick ing and i Choose perfectly sound Do lot buy soft fruils after a Be Her underripe than overripe Choose clean of unl I form Many Methods of Canning Fruits the most common Is that of cook ing fruit In ail open This eh I tails a great deal of work over thj stove and Is not so sure of success a the new cold ipack method by vrtilcl mosl of the work can he done awa from the stove and tho flavor an shape of fruit1 beller FruittjOivfdedi Into ft I Soft blue I peache 1 and sweet cranbe rles sour Hard Fruits Apples vary with class of fruit and whelher canned fruit Is liked Miss Naomi Gould of is vlslling her for a is visiting her Metier at Herbert Reid has left lo spend a vacation at Seatlle and ether coast The of the United churcl will meet In the church parlor Thurs attendance Is Tennailt and who have been visiting Hoy returned to Calgary loday en route to their home lu There will he no meellug of tho ot Wesley church this but a special meeting will he called early la September to plan the fall and Kousrt Scott daughter Winnie have relumed from holiday speul at and Kathleen of are the guests of and Hooker of Mrs Has1 aml Violet lla unusually sweet or as nccrly like fresh fruit as may be canned in hot water without any 1 sugar to 3 water boiled 5 minutes good proportion for soft and ard fruits and Ic sugar and 2c water or sour cold pack method wash boiler with lightly fli ng cover rack for wire baskel for frull fun wooden or enamel Steps In Canning Gel boiler filled on 0 Test Prepare Over a year ago the Red Cross Toronlo Inaugurated a waste collection and arraug ed with Granatstein to assume financial The ar rangement worked out well for Ihe BO Blanch if Cold Fill warm bollles closely wllh Add but not Place on rack in Seethat water covers tops of Boil 12 to 20 min Remove jars and tighten Invert to label and Recipe For Blueberries Can same day as Rinse by pouring over them through a Remove any leaves or Etema and pick in warm Add boiling syrup made by dissolving sugar lo 3c water and boiling S Place rub her and top in partially tlghtei Slerlllzo in hot waler bath sii teen tighten cover Invertlo test Labe and store rangenieni vsuinuu uui which received over 4 Howard Diioii ot with her little feghter arrived today io a month wllh her Mrs Dlxon spent syear in France as a nursing sister 3 McGIll Canadian Dtious hus Ihe in having gone overseas the first year of the marriags of Miss Gertrude adopted daughter of Freder Ick Vanderbllt of New and Lance Corporal Locquell of the Cana iau son of a professor iii Opor o is announced in the Lon don Dally The bride said her parents had not yet heard of the wed which took place at and which was extremely only a few witnesses being The bride gave the name of which she said she was authorized to gell arrived home Ihls morning from the where they have been camping for the past five weeks and Mrs Ray SDi Mrs J Peacock and and Jay Woods of have returned from a motor trip through Glacier Miss Lansing and Miss Kath criae of Iloherl United States secretary of will sail in a few days tor France to engage in a branch of Red Cross work at the canteen stations on rail road lines running from the western ront i and formerly ol were the guests ot and 12Sth over the week end en route lo their home n after spending their va cation at Ihe coast Bays Special SchDOIWeekSeliEvent1 CHinues Until 1st Fruit I Blueberries Blackberries I Sweet cherries Apricots I Peaches I Huckleberries I Raspberries I cherries 1 Curranls Gooseberries rium I iPeara 1 Apples Preparations slom stem pit pit stem sloue stem stem stem and pit stem and pit stem and pit stem and pit pare and core and put in slightly salted wa ter to keep from discoloring Blanch 1 to 2 1 to 2 Cold I Dip Yes Syrup 1 sugar 3 1 sugar to 2 water 1 sugar to 3 water The lecture given on canning frui and jelly making by Dav idson yesterday afternoon under th auspices ot the Sir Gait was well At tho close of her talk which was most Daviilson kind ly answered a number of queMions re garding canning that had leen per pleiing several Quietly at Annes Toron to Her Skey solemnized the mar riage of Miss Valnio Slella Raines to John Joseph Miss Hazel Dell Raines acted as and Thomas Murphy was best Tho bride wore white lace and voilo and carried roses and After a honeymoon In Port Perry 51 and Seaden will leave for their home In Time t Slerilize 16 Sun Preserves i I I may be preserved by Ihls Prc 1 pare fruit and put alternately layers 1 of sugar and fruit in kettle using I pound for pound sugar and Heat 1 slowly and boil ten spread I on cover with glass nnd place In sun until syrup becomes Pack In jars and Drying Fruit Wash End place in shallow pans In warming oven or In gas oven with burner very Stir When dry pack In pasle board or lln Lenglli ot time depends on 3 quarts ot beans dry In gas oven with burner low in 24 Jelly Principle of Jelly A sub stance called pectin found Inside the skin of some fruils on being boiled with jells or All fruils do not contain pectin and will not jelly cooked with fruits that contain large quantities of it Juice may be tested for pectin by adding ntablespoon of alcohol to a tablespoon ot juice if a gelallnous mass is present and good Jelly can be Fruils con taining pectin aro While pith of or anges ard quince grapes A fruit like rhubarb that con tains no pectin can be boiled with whito pilh from lemon and will Ihen make Jelly when cooked wllh sugar Other combinations of fruits Cur rants currants and apple and appli and mint and pith of Utensils Large Jelly best o flannel or woouen or ename Preparations Wash If largo like apples Remove but do no pare or Molalen Jelly bag wit lot water to prevent waste ol juice Method Put fruit In like no water uul a quince nearly cover with wale i Qtll If juic Farmers Attracted by re crd prices for meatand facing high rices for are rtuniplne their cat e on the Pretty Rns priced O in our Reliable Jewelry Cook fruit slowly till very Pour Info mofctiueil jelly ond lit drip inlo Measure juice and for 1 r juice measure 14 cup Heat silgar In shallow pan In stirring Reheat strained Juice and boll 6 to 20 minutes according to thickness and Thus sour juice as of B07U6 applesrequire 16 to 20 minuter while currants require ten minutes Skim carefully and add boil 3 lo 5 or as in currant and crabipple p ur coil ing juice over hot stli until dis Pour Into jelly glasses and when cold pour melted over to seal Do not or Jelly will be couldy and after all the juice has drip ped tht pulp may bo put In a sauce pan covered with water and cooke id again poured Into a In fruit inlalnlng much pectin like cnrranti third extraction may be I etch Ihe jelly Is of the same The Poor Mans Potato has become the rich mans at three dollars a twenty five not food Two or ded Wheat BisWtefwith milk furnish Wore real bodybuilding nulrjrnent than a meal of or are much more easily digesfed and cost imich Shredded Wheat is 100 per cent whole wheat noth ing added and nothing taken mental vim and physical vigor for the hot days Delicious for or any with sliced berries or other Made in ONLY BOYS SCHOOL In Norfolk and Pinch Back Made of tweeds andjanc Worsteds and Regular SpenW per suit BOYS KHAIil COLORED SHIRTS Sizes 12 to Very special BOYS NEGLIGEE With soft detachable Sizes 12 to Special value t BOYS NECK In plain Fourinhand Special BOYS PULL OVER Medium weight Sizes 26 to BOYS ALL WOOL JERSEY SUITS English Color trimmed pith wllttO QQ cSllar and Regular Special a BOYS ALL WOOL MACKINAW Extra good quality in sizes 28 to Special 69c 1 Special Values in Hose Dress Goods offering a splendid range to select from CHILDRENS 21 HEAVY RIBBED Sires to for boys and girls up to 16 years of War ranted fast Specially pair LITTLE DARLING and LITTLE DAISY In tan and Sizes 4V to 1 at 35e and Little 1 to in black or 11 RIBBED CASHMERE Sizes 4 to in red or Specially 40c BE IT ONE SMALL PIN OR A MANY PIECE SET OP SILVER WARE WHICH YOU WK GIVE YOU THB SAME ATTENTION WHEN YOU COMB TO BUY ANYTHJMO AT OUR i COURTESY AND CONFIDENCE iHE TWO BK3 WORDS W OUR WE RENDER COURTESY TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND SO CONDUCT OUR DEAL1N08 THAT WE GAIN THEIR COMB WE MAKE QUALITY RIGHT THEN THE PH1QB ARMSTRONG 8TR8ET SOUTH PffiOFSI SI Paul Aus 28 ment ronlrol of llTestock prices he liveitock situation was br Herbert food admlirts during his conference with farm Journal publishers In it cordlnc lo Danlsl editor of the who returned 16 m Paul i i great oter the TVltli Kafopewn illlltf their breeding oar1 own cutting down on thetr tte world ttcrnc coadltloW fornlsli stocX to bat with the IB liii CIIILMJENS for girls of ages ranging G tp 14 Splendid qualus and A big of 14 7 5 Prices run from up GIRLS MIDDY Fine serge qualily In two 10 and CHECK CLOTH Warm anil serviceable or Ihe fall anil winler O QA Sizes 4 lo 14 Prices CHILDRENS COMBINATION DRESSES Wllh killed skirt of black and white check and blouse of all navy Trimmed vrlthcheek to match Also nent and lo 10 r or riced ribbed seamless Size tliflo 10 inch i 1 C A Kcto SHEUH ARIX CKECKS CHILDRENS ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR combination imd vest and drawer MARKED 44 Inches wide itf three differ ent sizes or Cft Specially yd vyv GROWING GIRIJ81 GTINMETAI BUTTON FINE ENGLISH TWEEDSS In blues and inches ier GREY DIAGONAL WASH 40 inches Specially priced during Childrens School 42 INCH ALL for School regular GIRLS BOX CALF BLDCHER or hard Sizes U lo Wide School BOYS BOX CALF BLUCHER Wide with a medium block Sizes 1 to O 7Q school week BOYS GUNMETAL BLUCHER Well made from the beat 8 to 0 QQ In coaling or catemence WBrrantcd Indigo I AA Specially yard CHILDRENS HEMSTITCHED Inches wllh Incfcj hfem ot best Frypllan for ;