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"Monk" is only twenty-nine.
Only;babi$s beat politicians in
their ability to say things that
sound well and .mean nothing.
GREAT BRITAIN'S LIGHTING LABOR TEADER IS HERE
San Francisco. Cal.. Tulv l. 'J
Joseph Havelock Wilson, who, a& '
president of the National Sailors? .
and .Firemen's union of Great)
Britain and Ireland, has for years
' Joseph -Hayelock yVilson and Wife-
strike, securing for. them, better
wages and 'conditions, arrived
liere'recen'tly on the steamer Ta
jk'etf Ie yntil Kch' and thick. Seal
played a prominent part in the in
dustrial affairs of the Old World,'
and who, last year, led the sailors
of Europe to victory in their
Select ripe, firm cherries. Stone:
'Allow three pounds of sugar to
five pounds of fruit, one pint of
Vinegar, two tablespoons- of"
ground cinnamon, one tablespoon
of ground cloves, one tablespoon
of allspice. Add the cherry juice5"
saved while stoning the fruit. -
.hot in air-tight cans.
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- You'houpi; never stay in a
Warm bath for more than 20 min
utes, bcihg'sure to- bathe the. neck
'end face first to prevent an un
pleasant i'tih 'of blood to the
head' - -
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