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i disappeared, meanly taking -with her
what money she had been able al
ready to secure from the estate.
"Come home," ran a telegram to
Albert in the city, and it was signed
by Ina. -- .
"I have sent for "you to return the
money you so nobly gave to us," she
told him. "Your mother misses you,
and and "
"You, too, want me to stay?" in
quired Albert softly.
And her blushes, her quivering lips,
her ardent, grateful eyes answered
"SAFETY FIRST" TO BE RULE IN
STORES AND SHOPS
Harrisburg, Pa. When the Na
tional Council for Industrial Safety
meets October 13 in Chicago one of
the important topics to be discussed
will be the "Methods of Inspection"
and means of applying safeguards in
shops and stores and other centers of
The subject will be presented to
the council by I. R. Palmer of Harris
burg, Pa., one of the pioneers in the
national movement to secure safety
in industries- -
WHY IS IT?
Why can't a fish live out of water?
The fish comes out of the water
where there is very little air, into the
air itself and there he dies for lack
of air is the rather puzzling answer
to this question. But it won't seem
so curious if we just remember that
to breath air you must have lungs,
and the fish has only gills.
But lungs would be of no use to
him at all in the water as air which is
dissolved in water can only be breath
ed through gills. If we had gills as
well as lungs, or instead of lungs we
would never drown and if the poor
fish had lungs as well as gills he
could be quite as happy on land as
well as water.
Eight quarts of peaches, one quart
of sugar, three quarts of water.
Put the sugar and water together
and stir over the fire until the sugar
is dissolved. When the syrup boils
skim it. Draw the kettle back where
the syrup will keep hot but not boil.
Pare the peaches, cut in halves,
and remove the stones, unless you
prefer to can the fruit whole.
Put a layer of the prepared fruit
into the preserving kettle and cover
with some of the hot syrup. When
the fruit begins to boil, skim care
fully. Boil gently for ten minutes,
then put in the jars and seal. If the
fruit is not fully ripe it may require
a little longer time to cook. It should
be so tender that it may be pierced
easily with a silver fork. It is best
to put only one layer of fruit in the
preserving kettle. While this is cook
ing the fruit for the next batch may
w Wiyfc .
A POOR RULE
It takes but one small step to carry lis
Prom the Sublime to the Ridiculous.
But there's a dizzy flight of steps to
From the Ridiculous to the Sublime,