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humor by the time he was in th,e
street He made his way direct' to
the wharf, picked up bis suit-case en
route, and boarded the "Boadicea"
five minutes before she sailed.
He stood beside, the -rail looking
back at the" receding panorama of
New York. He lit a cigax.
"I'll take a deck chair, steward,"
"One dollar, please," said the stew-ord.
Davis felt in his pockets. He fish
ed up a lime and a nickel. He felt
for a bill. His pockets were empty.
He had left the coat with the bills
in the office, -in the cashier's cage.
The nurse tiptoed 'into the profes
sor's library. "It's a. boy!" she said
softly. "What is?" asked the bewil
dered man of nooks, peering at her
over his spectacles. Puck.
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This charming coiffure is the very
latest hairdress for stout .women
who are the proud possessors' of a
"good head of hair."
The fcornat twist has come' into
yogue for stout women especially,
for most pt them find the flat-to-the
head way of wearing the hair
The hair should be waved and
twisted before the braid is arranged.
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