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The only -difference's, as I'see it,
that there is more chance for the
poor man here than "outside" the
man with nothing buthis two hands
to helD.him win! But is it worth
itr-all the hardships, even for $15,
000, which some of the.stampeders,
the'luckiest, have taken out?
JOHNNY BULL IS CHAMPION IN ONE "SPORT."
"Lap" dogs are' not the only type of canine that appeals to a woman!
At any rate this is true-of the. British woman who manifests a decided in-
terest in the, big, strong and often fierce-looking bull dog.
Perhaps it is because -the women, as well as the men, take a pride in
owning well-bred bull dogs, that England has succeeded in exhibiting the
prize winner in recent dog shows where dogs-of other nations, including
America, were shown.
, This picture shows "Berties Best," a light brindle and white dog, im
ported from England-bjr Daniel Ritchie of New York:
At the fourth annual show of the Chicago Specialty Club"'Berties Best"
took the prize as the best dog in the show. Raising prize winning bull dogs
is the only Sport in which England, leads the United States now.
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pounds-of sugar and one quart of
vinegar into preserving kettle- Boil
untilplums are reduced to pulp. Cool
and. press through a sieve. , A,d.d .one-
mon, half as much cloves and a dash
of nutmeg. Boil all together until the
consistency of any catsup. Put in
-jelly glasses and seal. If whole spice
may be used tie inbag and boil in
catsup. This 'makes the catsup a
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