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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 30, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 31',
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REDDEST HAIR ON EARTH BUSHEL AND,HALF
New York, Oar. 30. The reddest"
hair on. earth!4 The utmost blush in
hirsute torridity! The climatic
triumph of tonsorial splendor!
There's a bushel and a half of it
on the head of a New York woman.
She bobs around like an Italian sun
set And her name is Kelly.
" Margot Kelly says that in these
$ays of the high-cost of everything
there's a great advantage in having
the carroty locks, which she tosses
in "Pierrot, the Prodigal." They're
so red they singe themselves, saving
their owner 50 cents a week.
'Any woman who has red hair' is
bound to be successful," says Miss
Kelly. "The red-haired temperament
combines a knack of getting things
done with a calm and assured out
look on life."
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