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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE .DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVENTEEN MILADI PHOKT) 1324 THE.PASSING OF SUMMER Hush! Summer's passing! Through tb'e ripened wheat There cornes the silver cadence Of Met. of her. la si 01 fading' Oa we Her hurried footsteps Falter they KefiicJajillTMiiie drops' A -piling Yc 6e. Daily Fashion By: Gerlrui'.e- Beresford iinser.s, ._: "the." summer's goej. Hujn! Strainer's a winding sheet-- Of For her wtirloU feel. The bright hilla would Have held 'her as Hush! Summer's left Loveliest at tho last! WING to the fact that we are of neces-' sity making some alterations to boiler, we will riot be able to get'all of the .laundry out'today. -We are miming -with a steam tractor which has proven to be en- tirely inadequate to our.needs. We.ask our be as lenient with us as possible as it is an unavoidable circumstance. C. S. FARROW, IVIanageiV GOODIES FROM LATE TOMATOES "Oh, leak at the big red tomatoe pread on window sills, and upturne to get their last coat of iurn! it makes me think aututn must be nearly said Girl'wit a sigh as we drove around to the bac yard. "Oh, "Of course It laughed E 'but why the dolefulncss? Septembe only June.' older. Wha doea tho poet say of her? 'Though she was grown a graclou thing, tall, and stately, still can. see n hint ol spring. Her youth's but left-her lately.' "Don't let my tomatoes sadden you hero sho laughed. "They're for lab ise, and late season delicacies. BY' eat tomato honey? You shall and lake the recipe homo with you." Now that tomatoes are but 35 cents per eleven-quart basket we are mind- ed to pass on this and a few other of Elolso's recipes. 1 Tomato Honey Cut rlpo tomatoes In small pieces and for each pound of vegetables al- low the crated yellow rind and tha Juice of one lemon. Uarloy cover with water anci cook In a graniUiwaro saucepan until tlio water has almost evaporated and the vegetable is very tender. Strain Ihrough a fino sfe measure the pulp and allow nn equal quantity of healed, granulated sugar. Cook until of the desired consistency, being careful that it docs not bum, and seal as for .calsup in nirtight bottles. Tomato honey may prove a novelty to' some housekeepers, eaten with hot blwiilta or used 03 a sandwich filling they arc sure to prove popular. Tomato Butter Use cither the red or yellow loma- loos nn-l allow Iwo peeled apples for each (mart of the tomatoes. Peel the lomatoos, cut In small pieces, placo with tho apples In a preserving kelllf and half cover with water or swcel cider. Add for each ten pounds ol the fruit and vegclablcs half an ounco of slick clfinarrton, lialf an ounce ol ginger, a quarter ol Pn ounce each ol in a co and whoto otsvw., f pounds ol PEER PILOT FLEW WITH BRIDE J. ty Q ff fl1 Widespread interest wns all own in ;he- nicirriage rcccnlly of T.ord Tilon- .afeue of Beaulieu to tho extremely at- ;ractive Miss Pearl Crake, daughter ot Col. E. Harrington Crake, In tho Par- iaraentary churcli, S', M.irgnret's, We stin inter. They are now in Paris, having gone here from London by Mon- tagu acting as pilot part ol the way. lie has not obtained pilot's license he is EO expert in all mechanical devices and has flowa so mucu that he is thoroughly acquainted with the management of flying Tim- chines. Lord Montage is a man of many parts, and though a grandfather he does not look more than thirty-fivi his hat on. He has hoen a plqnesr In motoring and flying fn Great Britain is an pert mechanician and has driven the locomotives of tho fastest expresses In Europe. At one time ParKamenlar; lohhy" correspondent Londoi Dally Mall, he became a director o Ixard Northcliffe's newspapers. Dur ing the war he was torpedoed in th< Mediterranean, having what seemed to be a miraculous escape, tuining u safe some days after his ohituary hm men printed in every newspaper in Britain. Montagu devised and carried out n scheme during the war for mappin; by means of air photographs, th whole of Kngland, a fleet of plane working from his own estate on tb borders of tho N'ew Forest in Kami fact his activities have bee singularly multifarious. Personally is popular for his cheery, unaffcc ed manner and unusually atlractlv personality. GALT GIRL LOST FOOT AT FRONT .Interesting Haiire at the opening of the Wflr Veterans'' Memorial Home on Gcrrard street yeserday. was Miss Madeline Jsffry, of Gall, who wns wearing several de- corations gntned In overseas service, which her slight appearance seemed .to deny as Impossible. In 1915 IIIss -Icffry went overseas wilh (ho Canadian National Aasocla- lion ot Trained Nurses, allerwarda crossing to France to join tho French Red Cross, under tho I-omlon com- tnitlce in fhargo. In the course of hor work she found herself at Adln- kerke assisting In a hospital which bombed by airplanes, out ol the Speaking of Bread and The Simple Think of the precious days lost on account of headaches and- other little ills! People eat too much rich They seek rare and expensive dishes to delightHlie And all at the expense of health, Bread, Best of all Foods, will build health for you. It is sustain- ing, energizing, satisfying. It will repay you to cut down on other, 1'oods and eat more Bread. Slices foi- One." Lethbridge-baked Bread is Bread tempting and nutritious. at its pure, THE LETHBRIDGE BAKERS ;