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RED-HEADEdWOMAN THE :'CLERJST OF ALL
BY IDAH McGLpNE,CJ8S0N.,:
Red-headed women.1 afe"pqpulajyi
supposed to be the." cleverest ojE-'aU'
femininity, but thejfeglsq!g,oesc1itle;
sting with this, flajttpnlbof publc,'
opinion. She is '.selddjniall'ed' beaus
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When her skih"js usually so, 'fine
and delicate in texture and tinMhat
the ordinary painting and "powdering
that the average girlfeeis called: upon"
to indulge-in to,enbfince,tiervb'eauty.
is'like gHding lthejily,;yh.tii'e, most,
beautiful of all-complexions ;unless-
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Mrs, 'Leslie Carter.
she;. is 'freckledfgnti'bair that the
.poets hscve raye'd ojver ever since
jrhvmLng'aS'disepyered, and a very
Qx ered-iaifedoman. cannot be the
prettiest; p'ali of Bve'std&ughteret
ivfTnere neeji'be;no reason if she will