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', sre searching within it vainly for
her. Nina heard the words that
passed among the crowd. "All safe
but the bride!" "No chance of finding
her now in that furnace!" "Poor
thing, and on her marriage eve!"
She reeled itno Jack's arms. Un
recognized in the crowd, she fought
out her problem. If she were dead
all would be well. The viscount, hon
orably released, as herself, her cold
hearted stepmother hardly dis
tressed She clung to her escort's arm.
"Jack, take me away," she wept.
I will go with you now. My past life
lies buried somewhere in there!"
CANNING IN WATER BATH
Place a wooden rack in the bot
tom of a wash b'oiler. Some cooks
use clean hay or straw. Sterilize the
utensils, fill jars with the prepared
fruit, add the sugar and water sirup
and set the covers loosely in place.
Pour cold or tepid water into the
boiler to within two inches of the
tops of the cans.
Do not let the cans touch each
Cover boiler, heat contents gradu
ally to the boiling point, cook fruti
10 or 15 minutes. Draw boiler to
back of stove and remove the cover.
When the steam has passed off, take
out one can at a time, fill with boil
ing sirup and seal. Then proceed as
in oven cooking.
Wash and pick over 12 quarts fin
est red raspberries. Heat) two quarts
of fruit in stone crock and crush with
a wooden vegetable masher. Squeeze
juice from seeds in a square of clean
Turn juice into preserving kettle
and mix with 2y quarts sugar. Stir
until sugar is dissolved, bring to boil
ing point, then add remaining 10
quarts of raspberries. Boil 10 min
utes, skim well, turn into sterilized
cans and seal in usual manner.
CANADA GETS NEW GOVERNOR
Governor General of Canada
and His Wife
Cavendish, the ninth duke of Dev
onshire, is to succeed the duke of
Connaught as governor general of
Canada. He is one of the most in
fluential nobles and one of the rich
est men in England.