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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 fHB LBTMBWDGE DAILY IIElULf PAGE NWB Canning With a Conscience H CRIPPLE FOR ME YEARS TOIMON July Aid tin Church Is a very eaftautiastfc naeful factor tn the tttt to toe Em I iiri Him r Drying and Canning of Sterilising fruit and taking trays of dried vegetables out of the t display of canned fruit and use of sugar for exactly the same No woman need lack war work there and vegetables dn No woinan need sit down and think his done her duty if she does not know that her gantry shelves are well filled tlttee olden days women vied with each other in the quantity and qual ot fruit they It was a matter of housewifely Again we back to the seme BtAn dards whoa thrift and domestic ac complishments Why can is U i Is a question irftlre mouths of drerts of The Food Board answers the ques Sugar isriotJIfeolngto be scarce for because canning is a con servation measure Fate are among the most vltat needs of But ter Is the mostimportant of Can ada has infinite possibilities where her Industries are but she is not making the best use of She only supply Ing 1 per cent of the Allies butter The more jam made and the more fruit and canned by the Canadian housewives this the more buttor there will be to nut this fa not to say tlvat sugar is to be used carte Restrictions havo been placed ou the confection ery business in order that there may bo more sugar for Regula tions have been passed limiting the ALIXANpCft MUNftO Ont For over three I waa confined to bedWith During that I hud treatment from a number of and tried nearly everything I saw advertised cure without receiving any i I decided to try Before I had used half a I noticed an Improvement the pain wai not so and the swelling tarted to go continued taking this fruit Improving all and now 1 ean walk abont two milei and do light chores about the ALEXANDER MtTNROi a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruitatlvet ettsWh and wry Union As IfliM Smwfay wan patriotic Sun a special service was arranged and well carried To an audience of more tham wlttr people WMe drew Mime ufltfnl from our Sab bath ectiool tMiMB of the past quar exregent of the formally unveiled and presaniest flag to the congre gation and forceful on behaJf of the board Of suitably thaaWng the ladles and taking over the mtfteter of the Mr on three Our duttoa to to our fellow men and to our Banner stmg The Recessional and at the conclusion of the a selection from Handels An InMrettbig and touching feature of the servke was the by Teddy Jonea of a poem filled with piety and while Beth Cook and Morley Macintosh stood hoMlm up the Union Jack and the Stars and Stripes The Sunday school a little more than four as large as It was last year and Is an exceedingly lively Sunday schools annual ptcni is appointed for July when thi of the Board of Oontrlol are to be rigidly compiled But care In the use of sugar still While making the Jam they Canadian housewives should use the minimum of An old fashioned idea prevails that to make good jam a pound of sugar Is neces sary to a pound of It isnt Usually threequarters of a pound of sugar 1s sufficient with come fruits onehalf pound te The early fruits are coming on the market ft is high time for the ilquantodourqf canning opera tions to be ftbatlnfbn the breeze from hundreds of Teamwork pays in this as in most other kinds of get the best women should pool their their tholr In other have community canning centres Tliis is It was tried out in different parts of Canada last year and it worked For one little Ontario town put its name on the map through the wonderful work done by 1U canning In addlttion to 700 canned vegetables and Jars of ptoklM donated to the Convalescent it eent overaeas the following quarts jellied 500 quarts chicken 850 quarts tomato 350 quarts peach 260 quarts In round figures Parkhlll can ning centre donated altogether worth of canned The Womens Institutes of Ontario Railroads ar You can help the situation and benefit yourself by a Model 90 Overland It is efficient Back it is a real Canadian in stitution that fortunately is able to take care of service and remiireftentorntiw and Even menU be promptly supplied from our Toronto factory or near by Service and Price Williamson Phone 1456 have taken the matter up this and by applying to them full tkm can be secured regarding equip the expense involved and so Concrete help will be given wherever It is The Red Cross working in close conjunction with the Ontario government is willing to pro vide canning centres with glass jars or tins and labels and chipping cases where the preserves are going to he shipped to Canadian military hospi There is something about canning on a communal scale that should ap peal every The large sunny room with light and the com the absence of confusion and dirt attendant on home canning where the equipment is inadequate and feeling that doing help to lighten labqr and make it seem Why was it that we were askedto throw ourselves heart and Soul earlier In the season in the cultivation of war gardens Why is It that we are asked to slow down on our sugar consumption Chiefly that during the winter months which are ahead of us we may have an abundance of home made substitutes for the things that are needed Plenty of used in Canada means more butter for the Plenty of dried canned fruit and vegetables means inore meat released for In was in the year 1885 that canning became a commerlal back in 1860 the mystery that had surrounded the art and by 1890 It had aturnover Jn the United States of over In the the turnover had In creased to thirteen times that and the canning industry is now es abllehed as of the most irapor In the life of the The same Is true of Canada Aside from canning and jammaking there are other processes by which our fruit and vegtables may be and chief among these is the dehy drating or drying War con ditions have brought the old art of drying Ittto prominence modern has stimulated it and made t a profitable and safe method of laving The storing pick ling of vegetables are further meas ures of This article merely Indl4 cates the various phases ot the 4 canning Full and au4 thoritatlve information may 4 be obtained by writing to the Canada Food Board direct or to 4 any of Its provincial commit4 tees for copies of the new II4 luatrated booklet dealing with f the drying and ing of 4 The sugar situation Is treat4 The beet and most upto 4 date conservation process for 4 pick4 ling and Jammaking are 4 Charts and calendars further 4 elucidate the art of making the 4 best of our fruit and vegetable 4 Enclose five cents for 4 each At the night service Paul H Ooss spoke most He left Monday for his new post as religious director of fifteen hundrei marines afthe training post In the harbor of dan The people of Owendale presented him with a purse of money and thei good and every who known his work and worth will heart ily endorse their TOOK 400 PRISONERS Ing the AustroHungarlan resist ance In the area where the River Piave entsra the Adriatic the Ital ians forwsrd and reached right bank of the NewPlave from Grlsolara to the mouth of the The Italians took 400 imttti lull TubeFit TWefpliotofrapSije The tube made together sectwnLaf two tubes of the tame branded one standard tube made in the ordinary Thia composite waa then laid in a cut in Note that the Miehelin half fits the casing perfectly because Michelm Tubet are made ringshaped like the casing whereas the other tube naturally Such tubes are easily finched in fitting wear thin in spots or where creased or under the pressure of inflation and In selecting it is important for you to know whether the tube ia naturally straight or naturally You can determine this by holding the tube up while deflated straight tubes while Miehelin which hang in a decided Just try a Miehelin Ordinary Sole Distributorg for Alberta Foundry Products CALGARY ALBERTA Lethbridge Agents Bijou Motor Parlors Ontario millers are backward about investing large sums of money In con cent rat ea for manufacturing the new standard feed for dairy cattle and Only eight millers have return ed the signed contracts to the agrlcr pltural section of the Ontario organi sation of resources which has the matter in When thq standard feed was adopted by the committee about three months officials said that a reserve of would be needed to meet the feed shortage The sight uontraota so far signed promise not more than 300 An Immediate way out of the difficulty must be It the to ha For that reason a mwtlntrof ike agricultural stotUw been called for next Tuesday to con sider the whole WE do not believe that most motoristscan purchase a more widely useful or satisfactory car than the present The largerimproved motor supplies surprising power and The swift leap from mere loafing to top speed compares favorably with cars of The ease with which hills are overcome the flexibility in traffic the smooth and quiet flow of power all mark a motor of unusual Yet the gasoline consumption is Even the lowgrade gasoline of A larger radiator and water system keeps the GrayDort motor on the job all the The carburetor is of irhproved The crankshaft is heavy and The fan in bigger and The motor is the final accomplishment in 4cylinder ultimate in accessibility and ample As for ask you to see the See the higher the double curve the khakilined the wider the GrayDort green the Trifocal The new GrayDort embodies all these improvements with all the goodfeatures that won instant success for former The 4cylinder motor is a triumph of economical speed and The chassis The springs are v The upholstery is The equipment is absolutely complete from electric starting and lighting to the New lines of beauty have been given this S1050 is above the All prices i GrayDort Motors o In the United DORT MOTOR GAR Flint ALLEN JACK Lethbridge fivepassenger touring car is 119S the threepassenger fleurdelys it 0 the GrayDort beautifully finished and with extra details of cquip is above the All prices are EDHB ;