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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1017 THE LETHBrtfDGft MAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Taste! You will heartily enjoy the taste and aroma of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa - and further, it is the most wholesome nourishing Canadian beverage. WAR RECIPES Canning of Fruit and Vegetable!1! (BY MltS. R. R. DAVIDSON). 91 The following lecture on canning fruits was delivered yesterday afternoon by Mrs. R. U. Davidson, as a part of the thrift campaign: Several Ways of Keeping Fruit 1. Canning: Fruits are canned by sterilizing fruit In woak sugar solution �nd sealing in sterilized jars. 2. Preserving: To preserve fruits sugar is used In large quantities from % lb to 1 lb of sugar for 1 lb fruit. ] 3. Jelly: In jelly the juico of the fruit Is proservod by means of sugar again. 4. Drying: Drying is evaporating until less than 30% moiBture is left and thus prevents growth of bacteria, etc. 5. Pickling: Here vinegar and BpiceB are preaorvatlves used. Selecting Fruit to be Canned 1. The fresher the better-allow shortest tlmo possible between picking and canning. C BOYS' PULL OVER SWEATERS- Medium weight wool. Sizes 2l> to 32. | |ja Special ...... .................................... ..... l.DV BOYS' ALL WOOL JERSEY SUITS- English make. Color brown, trimmed with white with *% AA c6Uar and shield. Regular $5.50. Special ................ OtUtJ BOYS' ALL WOOL MACKINAW COATS- Extra good quality in sizes 28 to 34. Q JQ Special................................................. O.liJ 2.35 CHILDREN'S COATS- Suitable for girls of ages ranging C to 14 years. Splendid quality cloths and all new. styles. A big range of ,colors. 1 A Prices run from IG.50 up to........................... lit I D GIRLS' MIDDY SKIRTS- Fine serge quality In two sizes, 10 and 12. Priced.............................................. GIRLS' NEW CHECK CLOTH DRESSES- Warm and serviceable for the fall and winter wear. n AA Sizes 4 to 14 years. Prices $2.00, $3.70 and ............... U��fv CHILDREN'S COMBINATION DRESSES With kilted skirt effect, of black and white check and blouse of all navy serge. Trimmed with check to match skirt. Also neat collar and cuffs. Sizes 4 to 10 years. C OC Priced ..................�............................... 9��0. CHILDREN'S ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR In combination and vest and drawer styles. All sizes to select. MARKED AT MODERATE PRICES. mw J1J GROWING GIRLS' GUNMETAL BUTTON AND BLUCIIER BOOTS- Wide fitting and low heels. Slzos 2V& to V/2. A splendid shoe tor school wear. School Week, regular $4.50, Q OQ Special ............................. ..................