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ONE OF AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GIRLS
Here is Miss Emily Nevraumont,-17, and, a bookkeeper San
Francisco's contribution'to- our 'galaxy of tpretty working girls.
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A squad was drilling, and, be
ing out of practice, most of tftem
were suffering from- 'bruises
caused by the unsteadiness of one
another's movements ' believe
you have cut my head open,''
shouted a r,ecruit to a' nervous
comrade who had give"nhim a se
vere knock. "Well," said the dis
tracted sergeant-in-xharge, "hbw.
is a good time to put something
"There's a difference in time,
you know1; between this country X
and Europe,01 said a gentleman in
New York1 to"V newly-arrived
Irishman. ."For instance, your
f friends in Cork are in bed and fast 4
asleep by this tfme, while we are a
enjoying 'ourselves in the early "
evening." - ' q
'That's always -the way!" ex- a
claimed l?at. - 'Ireland, niver got
justrcVx-hV'-: ' I