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iWft!N j'i"-'Wfe ' i ifS VT wjSwTeSw:
strange and dangerous latitudes.
Miss Emeleen Magoon, grand
daughter of Ah Fong, the famoUs
Chinese millionaire of Hawaii, is
the young lady who is credited
with the achievement of having"
defied the steamer's skippen
Miss Magoon Was so much the
life of the ship tfiat the nickname
of "The Lark" was bestowed
The young Woman's defiahce of
the skipper Was not of such a. na
ture as to warrant 'her being put
in irons. .In fact, that astute ma
riner deemed it best to let her
have her Way
Word-had gone about aboard
the vessel that the captain had
frowned on ragtime dancihg, and
while one of the dances Was in
progress, a Chinese orderly came
to the merrymakers Willi, a hole
from Captain jftelson, which put
the official taboo on the entertain
ment. "Well, of all things.the Hon
olulu belle is said to have ex
claimed as she stamped her foot
in the mazes of the "Texas Tom
my," "who told our jolly captain
that he Was a social czar?"
So it seems that even a skipper
who has battled bravely with the
elements and handled many dan
gerous situations during his ca
reer on the bounding main, found
"his match. v .
Miss, Magoon claims the dis
tinction" of having introduced the
"Texas Tommy" to staid inhabi
tants of the Hawaiian islands.
There are no maltese cats in
iMalta, reports our consul.
Wash and sliced
but do not parens
the fruit, using
part Unripe andS
part ripe. Bev
sure the latterT
is firm. Placpjf
$SK&23my t in earthenwareT
Apmm' crock- and seta
iy in Nttioderateft
oven or on the"
back of the t stove, With neither
sugar nor water, Watching care-d
fully. Or the fruit may be setd
inside a second vessel, containing
hot water, and let stand far backd
on the stove for 24 hours: The
juice should by this time be free?
and thick.' Strain over night in
cheesecloth bag. Measure and
Use pound for pint of sugar and I
juice, heating separately before'
cooking together. When this 3
juice has cooked down a little '
skimming meanwhile add sugafO
gradually and let boil up. This
should make excellent jelly.
Stewed Peaches. ii
Peel and stone three dozen it
peaches. Put them over the fired
with enough boiling Water to'I
cover them and put into the water
six peach pits (crushed) and twort
slices of pineapple cut into diCe,o
Stew slowly, and wheh the
peaches are tender transfer themd
to a bowl while you boil the liquor s
hard for five minutes. Theno
strain it ahd add three cupfuls of t
granulated sugar. Boil to a thick"
gyrup and poUr over the peaches, l
Cover while cooking. ' 4