There are many cooks in the city and some of them good ones. But it is rarely that you find one who can cook all things well. Cooking schools are very popular in the cities and great good seems to have resulted from them. Mrs. Ewing, the lady who gives a course of lectures here under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of St. Andrew's church, in Harris hall, has just completed a repetition of her popular course, in Cleveland. The programme for the course is as follows: Our Kitchen Interest- Monday, Nó"v. 2nd ; a f ree lecture to which everybody iscordially invited, at 3;30 p. m. Bread- Tuesday, Nov. 3. Broiling- Wednesday, Nov. 4. Roasting- Thursday, Nov. 5. Soups - Friday, Nov. 6. Salads- Saturday, Nov. 7. Frying- Monday, Nov. 9. Odds and ends- Tuesday, Nov. 10. Delicate desserts- Wednesday, Nov Uth. The eight lessons will begivenfor?3.