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THE JUG-HANDLE IS FOR THE BUSINESS GIRL
This is the way the young business
girl can wear her hair to he both
stylish and becoming. The low jug
handle gives the appearance of dig
nity and adds a touch of girlishness
and youth at the same time.
; SOME JOB .
The barber of the town of Crystal
Hiver, Pla., was such a "fresh" per
son and the mayor's job such a tri
fling one that the populace thought
to kill two birds with one stone by
imposing the one upon the other.
The barber-mayor has evened up by
digging from beneath the cigar ashes
of the municipal desk the following
fines: Tincanning dogs, $8; baiting
or trapping neighbor's chickens, $12 ;
winking at affinities, either sex,
$1.50 and a reprimand; abetting mu
nicipal weeds, $15; owning crowing
Fancy hair dress in a business of
fice is not good taste, so Dame Fash
ion has set this new simple 1916
mode to take its place.
(This is third in a series of arti
cles on latest styles in hairdressing.)
roosters that perform before 6 a. nu,
$15; failure to get a shave before 12
o'clock Saturday night, $3.65.
WAR TIME ECONOMY
In the drawing room the two
women, huddled together in the big
chair, wept into each others' eyes.
London Magazine, London, Eng.
"Do you mind if I smoke?" asked
the up-to-date young thing of her
"Oh, no," he replied, "all my sis
ters smoke. I'm used to the odor of