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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Daily Fashion Hy Cerlrudc Bercsford ft F PERSONAL Air'd [Mt on a -vacation.. Mrs. W.' D. L. llarilfc, with her daughter Miss Hardie. will leave tomorrow for a visit to the .coastui cities. Miss Margaret 'JIcKlllop. who is'lb -.training ul the St. Luke hospital, New York, is exilcctc-d borne on Friday Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith. Strath- couu havcr icturned from a tednlli's visit lo the coijlal cities. Miss 'Mildred Nimmons. who ,has been vistllng parents In the city wilt'return lo tomorrow in Lcthbrldso.'cml Island whore his eon is leaching. '.Mr, am! llrs. Mofcan are returning to their home u -Edmonton git' Saturday. "AV. .v. a Calsary [tjtor tclda-j-. Hay Knisht has j-eft.iued from Salt ,ake Cllv fcr a visit. W- Allison and daughter returned lod'ay from Klko where they we been auecdlEj (bo past few weeks: Friends of 51ra. P. AV. Chancy, Oi- tbo late. Inspector Qbaney, will re- gret to hear of (SB pf her youngest daughter. "Frances. Edith, at Prince Albert on Tuesday, 'July 20th. Mr. Hugh Mcllverm.is spepdlmj a few days lu York Cityl W. n. Marshall, of Calgary, is in Lcthhridge today. Miss, .Margaret Glhbor.s is visiting in' Mow Island for two weeks. Mr, Joseph .Vales, accom- panied by Mr! Tv'Pcfes'. weru" visitors ill Hie Mrs J tpr Mond) h-ug, tiun spent ut TJUo. IfO. Mr .inl MrJ'-VrdiiX Colpman who have been at lilko, B.C., returned yes- .Misi Ilnseil left lodaj to bo guest of-Miss M. Wise, ill Danff. a .Mr. Joseph Morgan, supervisor of thy new Canadian schools, department of. education, .Is spending a few days ANNOUNCEMENT DAYS (By U Morris Looilr.g far uackTvsrd J shall the hot jar. Tartlally seal glass jars. t'oinpletely seal tin tans. Place the canner and, If a hot water 4 canner. sterilize for 30 Riicules. -After 4 Eterllizlug, remove jars, finish seal, test for leaks, and wrap in paper; to prevent bleaching. in' canning strasrberi'lea and other lit) fade [delicate soft fruit, the time of sterll- shall Urn eager unto j Ization may he reduced to 20 minutes. II the fruit Is be used for. jams. Home' sgain' Oh my When 1 behold scenes. the old familiar klw .tie paths again with A marriage has ,hesn arranged 4 O r J" SOCIAL. Mrs. W. H. Holt was entertained a the tea hour yesterday "and, prescn.tet with a 'beautiful clock farercel gift fraiii llio members of the ladies swimming class which is held at the Y. M. C. A. every Tuesday 'evening. 'raked feet, And breathe the mountain air into my 1UQS8, VLB" Irlll the oldtunt soigs lieh m the liille, -Wl- liiy fceart to-God again where all la still OhiTw'lif-fe'il the of the white tiill nlghl, And see the beauty of the dancing stars, And I shall love to stand M-herc once 1 stood And see the: brush fires gleaming through the trees. i liy .heart will sing with mornlns's ris- ing And. In the river's cool pools I Ehai! bathe, The will toss uiy'hair aiid brown iny cheeks While I ride home _ou agon-loads. of hay. All tho beauty 6f those dear, bright duys I'll drink To Keep life lovely through the com- Ins yean'.. icarrAaiades or butters, pack Icto (he jar's. tightly by crushing and add little or no water, process the same as be- fore. and store away until sugar be- comes more plentiful arid reasonable in price. it the fruit is to be used (or jellies, holl It lu open kettle until soft, strain carefully and till jars with Hie fruit juice. I'artially seal -the jars and process the same aa If canning tho" fruit. Store these unsweetened fruit juices sugar Is available, vrhen-tlie jelly can .be made. It pre- ferred, fruits may bu mixed -btloie extracting Juices. Gifts to Women Jiffy-Itl! users should write to the makers list of aluminum molds; Molds, spoons and measur- ing cups arc supplied to users free. jiffy-Jeli is the one dessert which has the fruit'flavors in vials. A bottle condensed fruit-juice es- 1'rclt) shed a WM: BRAID co. Vancouver, Canada for tea? _' Lanka vis British tea ftota' i gardens L The choicest grades are blended, f exquisite flavor, a tempting aroma, a cotoc ttg ilifrnsi'TKeiSrice Look for this package. A CHARMING SUMMER DRESS Jade green Is the color selected for this striking dress of sheer organdie. Seeking to conform .to the slender lines of the chemise frock, it has suc- cumbed lo.tlie charms of tho bouffant mode. This is evidenced in the pan- lercd loops that lend width .to (he upper part of "the These are made of4lternate plee'es.JDf green und white organdie.-1 The lower part'-of the skirt ehowa the same "color treat ment.. The" collar and underslceves are made of white organdie. This, too, green .organdie, tho waist- line a narrow white ribbon is daintily bowed. j lovely glow on the dancers at the Kxhibition pavilion "last evening 'at the regular Wedneada.. evening dance given by the. Cannoneer B Jazz Band. The. niusic and floor were excellent: Refreshments were served from ar- (tiatically arranged booths m charge f the 'of -the Jlajor Jdck loss Chapter, 1 O, D B he mclemenc} of the weather, the.re fas not the usual good attendance, time was spent by those present c -CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Vacation' days! you Oh, spend them as But 1 shall fieep mnie far out in the hills. The sweetening'is sugar.'not sac-r clurinc Women ".who once try it will it. are honev mooning at The romance, began, more than a year ago, met at Pas- adena Mr BrctfljieviWho is 35 old is a teller National Bank and Truef Comjapy, of Pasadena '-'fy? d'-fHEVW. A farm to give ,s4njt some ot the w ujueu ivnu remi would Be Sure to like method ot cooking potatoes When you ban" polaloes pour boil ing waler bver fhomj er cloEeb for tlie.water, ovea This is a tlian the often recommended plan OL boiling them tot ,__j OL ho: evening, at the' barracks: Everyone 2fl mlnuies in the is Invited-to come and .bring the chil- Because the boiling process cooks the outside of the and when the baking is started the oven furnishes the mellowing, process, and! If care is not taken .will have a in it in a hard There will be clock golf on N. oW. M. P. barracks green on Fri- day aftefnoon for which prizes are to he given. Those wishing to lease notify Mrs. I1. W. Pcnnefather. I l CUT ME OUT CLEARING SALE of Oxfords Pumps About 250 pair of Oxfords and Pumps'in all leathers and heels. Regular to SloiOO. On sale at This is'no. old but all this season's 'goods. Ijnt.'.ii.s" aoino linos are -lirokcn 1" slios "they muet he cleared STRICTLY CASH, NO EXCHANGE NO APPROVAL. DeWolfs Shoe Store '603 THIRD AVENUE