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years old -by takings nitre-glycerine
as a heart stimulant.
Some day, somebody's going-to
give some of these Standard Oil
.ginks nitro-glycerine in another
place and way that will prevent
their living to too old an age.
$250 chow dog was prie for
which N. Y. society-women con
tested at bridge party at Sherry-'s
Mrs. Stanley Giffbrd,won.
OH! SEE WHAT'S COMING
FOR WOMEN'S HAIR
"Serpentine Scroll", ''Bretzel
Sounds like a variety of grocery
or dry goods supplies'but it isn't.
Oh my no. Those are few of the
names that might be ta,cked onto
the latest hair dressing 'style for
the coming season.
The Hair-dressers and Wig
makers Association are holding
their spring meeting and trying
to decide on what the new- style
Some don't like the "Serpen
tine Scroll" because it sounds like
the streets of Cario. Others ob
ject to the "Bretzel Twist" be
cause it reminds one of what you
get for nothing in a saloon. "Ear
lap" has little chance of winning
out because the women hanr
dressers say, would feel foolish
wearing earlapsjn spring. And
"Bun" well, "Bun" is not torbe
considered. Think of some wo
men remarking that she saw one
of her lady friends with a "Bun"
Anyway the new style wjjl in
clude a slight part in the middle
of head with twin 'Marcelwaves
on either -side? These taper off,
to cutejittletwists, closely re
sembling a sweet roll, over each'
ear. The;new:style lacks only a
name to-be placed on'exhibition.
. . 7-0 0
Miss Dorothy Williams,
younger sister of Mrs. Joseph
Leiter, and Maj." Archie Butt, the
white house aide, whonrrumoc