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and hygiene, it suits her as well
as any of the higher priced gowns
she has in her wardrobe.
Peaches, 8 q'uar.ts; sugar 1
quart; water 3 quarts. Put the
sugar and water together, and
stir over the fire until the sugar
is dissolved. When the syrup
boils skim it Draw the kettle
back where the syrup will keep
hot but not boil. Pare the peaches,
cut in halves and remove the
stones, unless preferring to can
the fruit whole.
Put a layer of the prepared
fruit into the kettle and cover
with some of the hot syrup. When
the fruit begins to boil, skim
carefully. Boil gently, then put
in the jars and seal. If the fruit
is not ripe it may take a little
longer. It is necessary that the
fruit be so tender that a silver
fork will easily pierce it
"Boy, take these flowers to
'Miss Bertie Bohoo, room 12."
"My, sir! Your the fouth gen
tleman wot's sent her flowers to
day!" v"Whafs that? What the
deuce? Who sent the others?"
"Oh, they didn't send any
names. They all said,- 'She'll
know where they came from "
"Well, here, take my card and
tell her these are from the same
one who sent the other three
BITS OF NEWS.
Annie Rffelson, who threw
acid in the face of Abraham Mil
zenmacher because lie jilted her
fora richer "girl, was discharged
by Judge Himes-today.
Bluefield, W. Va. 300 railroad
men stole an engine and flat cars
at Princeton and located Walter
Johnson, overpowered the offi
cials and seized the negro. Lynch
ing said to be in progress.
FrankieFord, "womaii in case"
of West Hammond tragedy, con
fessed today that John Messmak
er died of poison in the resort
conducted by Henry Foss.
Virginia Brooks obtained the"
confession by third degree.
THIS IS HOW HOT IT WAS
The temperature officially went
up to 90 degrees at noon today.
Notice that "officially." Be
cause unofficially the temperature
was up to 96 on the streets at ,
The Day Book doesn't attempt
to explain this slight difference
between the y"official" and unoffi
cial heat today. If you want to
find out about it go and officially
inquire of 'Official Forecaster
This Frankenfield person, by
the. way, says that it js no going
to be any cooler before Saturday,
and probably not then.
Fair and continued warm to
night and Friday for Chicago and
vicinity r moderate south and