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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 31', 1920, D'AILY HERALD on a month's Vancouver. Dr. Mra. J. have as th'elr Wray-s mother, Mrs. R. .Wray. Mlas Wray of Toronto. Mr. George Iferinfer, muiacer ol Bouk Cre ieftVfor his ihls moning after Irrigation convention Mrs. waiiaia Hsndtrsoaiand MhM Margaret Ires leave tomorrow oc an cittpded trip to'Melrose, Haesachns- settii, where'-ttey will he4the guests of tSf. and Mrs'.- O. D. Atchbuon. >_ ,t Dorothy Giileaple and Mlrt Margaret Snmerton left this morning visit wrth friends la SAY "DIAMOND DYES" Dout streak or ruin your material in Jje Insist on "Diamond Dyea." Xuy directions in Mifs .Helen. McKillop and Mary Simpson leave tonight via Calgary OB a vacation to the coastal cKleir. Mr and Mrs. R. A. WrtgM and tarn lly, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs M Wright and Miss Haaell Drake o Medicine Hat will leave' oa Mondaj for Waterton lakes where they have taken a cottage for the summer. Mr. W. Biggs of; the Merchants Bank, is back from a vacation at' Pernie and C-lacief Pork. Miss Helen Talmage of Salt Lake City; Is the the of Mlat Kary Ostlund-for the month of Augcsi XT. R. D. Spllsteai, former' accountant d and 'assisted during the tea hour. Daily; Fashion ;i By Gertrude Beresford SOCIAL Arthur-Hayr, president of the Girl Guide committee, made a provl-. ekra trip to the Girl's camp at the Barnes river bottom. yesterday and that the girts, who number over fifty, are having a jolly time at "Mrs. J. Cook, captain, assisted by Mri W. 8. Gray, are in charge, Mrs. Muxworthy and Mrs. Trevr living are undertaking oopervislon of the swimmers. Mrs. H; Hill 'and two'daughters by Mr. A. .T Sinclair of iting at "tie home of Mr. and Mn. W.' A. Sinclair." f. Mr.'and Mrs. S. H. Moss of Calgary, are visiting at the borne of Mr. and 0. All wood, 5th avenue. Mrs. HeVwig returned from visiting rlonds in Saskatchewan. Mr. and MrSj G R. Kilborn, Hist F. Kennedy, Miss Milllken ud -Mr. Doesn t hurl a Ajit' Drop at Hftle 'Treeiona on an alchlng (iorff lnstaht> ly that corn stops hurting then 6'iort- ly you lift it right off, with fingers, 5 Your druggist sells a tiny.bottle of for a_few cents, sufficient to remove every hard com, soft corn or corn between the toes, and tee cal luses. without soreness hot water deep enough to'reach within an inch, a.nd a half of the fop of, the can. The rub- ber has already been put in place. The rubber has already been put In place. Next fill the can. with the boiling fruit, using a can funnel so there Is no danger of spilling any on the outside of the can and getting the rubber wet. the can ia filled to within about a'quarter'of an: Inch of the move the funnel and carefully finish filling fha can with a spoon. Neil screw the lid down as tight as you, can' W ith p'lit' 11 f ting f he J ar out .of the hot water. When you have done this, lift out the jar with a jar lifter (ilon't pick It up by the partially tightened protect your hands with towels, anil twist llie top down as tightly as possible} Allow the jars to stand up- right until cool enough to handle with Ihe barf hands', then stand on their heads In'some place where they may remain without having to be moved for 24 hours. 1 Inspect each jar before storing In the fruit closet. If any show bubbles, open'and recan. There will ho a slight unfilled space In the Jar' duo "io the contraction of the contents during the process of cooling. Easiest Canned Semi-tart'berries that' grow on bushes' (strawberries are not in.this class) are the easiest fruits tojcart without sugar. Always put up a good many elderberries, huckleberries and blueberries and puddings. Never put sugar in these at the time of canning. Of course, rto not attempt lo serve this type of fruit asasauce. for consequently It Is always recoohed with siigar.'thus bringing out the flav- or. Blackberries, raspberries anil grapes to bo used for pies and pud- dings can be put up In this way, too; also gooseberries and currants. Light Syrups .Cherries come under the .clasa ot. fruits discussed .above. They can be canned with a fair degree ot safety without sugar, and can he made pala- table at the time of using by the addi- tion of tho B'.veel then. hut. most of the larger Irults cannot be put up with any great degree of success without nt least a light syrup. 'Besides the preservative value of sugar, in tho case of peaches, pears and quinces, It must bo remem- bered that It takes much less sugar to adequately sweeten cooked fruit In Its first heated condition then after It has cooled. Also fruit canned in .even a very light the ad' vanlage of standing In the syrup and thoroughly absorbing all the sweet- ness. A "light syrup" is made In tho pro- portion ot one cup ot sugar lo a quart of fruit, There is no trick or mystery nbout tanning. Luck bas nothing to do with ft.' The process Is perfectly simple fend definite. ..Accuracy and caro as- sure success. President Wood of U.F. A. Is Injured; Tbirowi Froin Car his auto skidding near Lanpdon. H. Wood, president of the U, F. A., waa thrown out of the car Injuries, to hls..lett knee, and Ac- by Lambort, sec- retarj- of the Council of rlcultilft; j it %1. vertShrowfnf'KlmVwltji jftat force tho ground.' .vO driver escaped Packer of g WlLSON'Sf FLY PADS .Will KILL MQRt filtSlt-AXi OF iHY F-Y '.iTCrtfl Clean to s hour for Geylon. British gafdins. Blended Has "a Serve Lanka at TifSnjTiftiE. A i Saturday Night IlLKMDDIES VOILEDRESSES BIG HYDRO SCHEME JN OLD ONTARIO TORONTO, July .ll.-rOvc? lOO.fiOO .horsepower will .be available from; tho Chlppewa-Quccnstpwn power develop- ment scheme by (he first of October, 1921, according to an announcement last nlEht bi Kir. Adam Back, 20 only Ladies' Silk Middies Shades rose, green, copen and natural sand. Sizes 36 up to 42.' Regular value Saturday Night Sale Price Women's and Misses VOILE DRESSES Washable Voile Summer-Dresses in a splendid variety ot styles and colorings, on sale Saturday night for thejfirsl time at'a I reduction in price. 1-3 off the regular price jmeans a big Finest Voile Dresses, for Finest Voile Dresses, for Finest Voile.Dresses, .r.-......... Finest Voile Dresses, for Finest Voile Dresses, for.................... sie.oa GEORGETTE BLOUSES A Saturday Night Sale of Finest -Georgette Blouses. All the good shades' and beaded and embroidered styles, pinj regular qiml-' ities. Saturday the frill be ..o T HE sijMpso: L I M ;