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THE MISSES'CHANG OF-CHINA-IN REAL4 UNITED STATES-GARB
Miss Lily Chang..(at.left).and..Miss Alice ,Chang,daughterslo.f Chinese
Minister Chang Yui Tang. They have surprised-Washington bytheir quick
ness in adopting the latest, up-to-the-minute styles.
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It isn't raining rain to me,
It's raining "garden-sass; "
s'lt raining carrots, b'eans and peas,.
"And Q, it's;raihing grass .
And .when the grass begins to grow
,1 must arise at dawn ,
And push tie 'mower tot and fro
Upon the' wistful lawn. '
It isn't raining?" rain to. me
With many an acrobatic stunt
Of twists and crawls and" squirms.
O, angleworms be funny'things,
Yet wonderfully wise "
"Less, they should see improper) sigtits''
" JThey neverlxrfflg-the'j'-eyesjWvri
It isnt.raining rain to me,
It's raining pumpkin pies,
Although it jaever rains enough
Or rains them the right, size; ,
I almost fear the-rain will Stop."
; Arid that ;the clouds wW break :
It's raining pumpkin pies for me,
And also stummik-'ach'e.
' If what seem to be "mere colds"
were less, commonly neglected tuber-
culosis would more often be caught"
jin its incipient state and pneumonia
jahd diphtheria would 'frequently be
-preyentjefo.. . ; ...Xi 'c . s