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president. Yuan Shi Kai, then
premier, refused to agree to the
abdication of the emperor unless
he were made president himself.
Now Yuan's making a regular
emperor out of himself, and the
plain people are wondering where
they get off.
GIRL'S ILLNESS PUZZLING.
Anderson, Ind., Aug. 19. Phy
sicians here are completely puz
zled by the condition of Miss
Miss Hartley became ill after a
oy ride with Carl JEast, a young
, married man.
It was thought at first she was
suffering from alcoholism, but as
her illness continued it was con
cluded she had been drugged.
Now she is totally blind and her
mind appears to be gone. She is
delirious and moans continually:
"Don't strike me; please don't
East is under arrest. He has
denied all responsibility for Miss
Hartley's condition. He recently
was arrested in Indianapolis for
attacking a young woman who
would not go automobiling with
Canned Sweet Apples.
Core apple and drop into water.
V When all are ready pack in heat
k ed glass jars. Have at hand a
syrup made by mixing a cup of
sugar with a cup of water, allow
ing this quantity to every two
quart can. Boil hard fifteen min
utes, adding juice of half a lemon
for every two cups of sugar. Roll
the cans in ho water before put
ting in apples. Fill at once with
the boiling syrup. Set in a bake
pan of hot water and then in a hot
oven. When syrup is again at the
boiling point seal immediately. If
large apples are used it is possible
to can them the same way only;
quarter them first.
Canned Tart Apples.
Peel and quarter firm apples,
throwing them into cold water as
you do so. Weigh the fruit and
allow two pounds of granulated
sugar to eight pounds of apples.
Put the apples into a preserving
kettle. Pour over them barely;
enough cold water to cover them,
and let them cook gently until
tender. While these are cooking
make a syrup by mixing the sugar
with water (allowing a cup of
water to each pound of sugar)
and brining to a boil. Cook for .
four minutes, then left the tender
apples from, the water. Lay them
gently in the syrup, simmer for a
minute and while very hot put in
to jars. Seal immediately. These
apples are excellent for pie filling.
Measure your berries and allow
a heaping teaspoon of sugar to
each quart of fruit Put the' ber
ries on alone and hring slowly to .,
boiling point, and if there is any,
surplus juice, dip this out before
adding the sugar. Boil the berries
and sugar for 15 minutes and can;
quickly, filling each can to over
flowing. o o
The world's record for pole
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