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work with the'weights at Stocks
holm, have ent in their entries
for the meet of the Illinois State
fight Packey McFarland unless
Packey calls off his scrap with
Joe Hirst for Friday night. Emil
Gaelic Association Sunday
ihiry, Fapkeys manager, says
Ad Wolgast says he will not I the fight -will not be canceled
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WOJMEN UP. TO THEIR NECKS IN POLITICS
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Mrs. J. Borden Harriman (on left) and Mrs. A. S. Vibbert
'(oldest suffraget in the business) addressing first woman's Wilson
mass meeting in Union Square, New York."
I Preserved Plums.
Wipe the plums carefully and
prick each with a fork to prevent
bursting. "l Weight fthe 'fruit, and
to every pound of it allov a'pound
of sugar and a pint of water. Cook
the sugar and water to a clear
syrup, then lay in the' plums and
boil very gently for 20 minutes.
iRemove the fruit carefully, not to
break it, and lay on dishes to cool.
Boil the syrup; until thick, pa$k
the plums in glass jrs, fill to
overflowing with the scalding
syrup, antl seal immediately.
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fresh water lake in the world, is
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