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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1921. It I 'How the Girl With 1 ABUNDANT HAIR Presents a Young Man 8 WtiU IS lYUi7 tLlSULUtLU I Should Dress1 give A Young Woman FOR XMAS First Study Most Becoming Coiifure Margery Wells Advises: Be Sure Your Hat Is Adequate for That Hair Large Head Size, Large Crown, Sufficient Breadth of Outline or Sufficient Trimming to Be a Natural Accompaniment By Margery Wells. UNL.fcJSS hIic is very clever. the girl with too much hair Is just as badly oft ius the one whose hair Is loo thin and sparse. Quantities oC hair aro a distinct blessing:. O.ils arc never mole loely than when their hair Is abundant and beautiful. Hut the Using; of a grout deal of hair Is a problem In Itself. And there is no 1iom of ever be.lng smart looking: for tlio girl with lots of hair who just twljls It thoughtlessly about her head .Hid lets It go at that. Masses of hair gloriously waved and arranged are about the most attractive attribute that a girl can have. Has sho hair that Is beauti ful and shiny and that waves about her head In generous folds? Then sho has enough to make her beauti ful even if every other beauty should be denied lior. Hut the fixing: of her hair is an important consideration In her life. I have heard a girl of this type say and with tears in her voice. "Hut 1 can't do a thing with itiy hair. I have too much. You crltlclso and you don't tell mo how- to remedy this evil." I took one t these suf ferers at her word, one day, and sent her to an expensive hair dresser with inst -jtions to have her hair dressed as that gentleman would advise and for her to watch his every movement llko a hawk so that -'10 could come home and do ".....-Ise. Well, she did come home and perform a mlraclu with the hair which had always been hor burden. And, from something that looked as thong' it had been blown in from tho street, sho blos somed Into a rarely b:utlful speci men of hntnunltv with flint mn,t lovely of all femul'j attractions hers to boast about and bo proud of. The flxInT of hair d s not always r-orno as a gift, to a oman. Often she must study the nroposltlon of her own hair ni .-ngement. And not mo ot thorn br' it beautiful if her hair Is done right. Not one of vou whoso hair grows in abund anco but c .n shino above your sisters because of your peculiar gift. A beautiful head of hair needs no decoration. It is lovely enough In itself. It Is a. frame for tlie face, an ornamentation for tho head,, and tho right accompaniment of a beautiful gown. Let her whoso hair is lack ing In quantity give thought to switches and boudoir caps und eve ning head decorations. But you with hair that Is thick and long and full upon your head you learn how to dresa your hair and don't let any thing In tho world Interfere with Ub being Its own self and your greatest attraction. The girl who Is wearing tho pearls Rujut her neck In tho picture on this pago haa tho art of dressing her hair down to a science. Of courso her hair 1 naturally wavy. So many girls with hair of this sort aro blessed tn that way. Then aho has turned It .ima an imAd thn endfl for wad ding so that only the beauty of the waves M they swirl about her head aro left to the eye of tho beholder, you may sayi "Yes, but tho hair underneath might Just as well bo false.'" "Yes," I say, "but it lsn t false and, underneath, every one who looks at her knows that It is not false." She has practised that rare trait of restraint and with the ut most success. , Then the chaste pearl3 underneath the dusky hair are charming In themselves. She has been wise .nmlub to let thosa br tho only bit 7t decoration about bar throat, and you see, of course, what they do! They mako the hair atand out as her most Important feature, Just as It is and Should be. Then look at tho gown she has chosen. It Is as plain i a pipe stem -Sth becomingly cut line. It Is a rose velvet. That against her whit Mdn, underneath tho slmplo strings of pearls, la hut another Betting for the natural beauty of hor hair. Sho has achieved a successful bit of dressing and with nothing to thank but her natural gift of abundant hair which she has played up so foscln- Someilmos girls with a great deal of baiif And it necessary to havo some t . W y i ( - . V I FCDCR Photos Can You Beat It! (Nnr York &Tnim Worth t I'm rub. Ox. I ah joi N'Gr To Give VOU AN AUTQ R3R. Etiquette Bars Jewelry and Clothes, but the Fol lowing Gift Suggestions Are All in Good Taste. M6AK A IT? Yes. DO. rll I nt riAY OWF CHGAP I DID Hltl A LITTLE FAVOPL c i didn't knov ) BlU. WAS. IN TH6 By, Fay Stevensofi. Conrrtttt. ttll. fXtnf Tort XitnliK WotU), Ut I1M fUMUIllTW uo. long one's friendship and laugh over results. For the girl who like games there HEISH'T UT ) )l DiDH'r KHoM Et.SC(QH(ToJ ( ED MAD AN AUTO HEiASH'r&UT JOE S CfTOfHGr TO etm him one CHEAP EO&A LITTLE FAYOU HE DID HIM A l Ota.-1 iraija, S JHJ)J) ' Frr- S" s r- A x j C Aura Pete s under. ) u&ucrrtnoN To HIM AND HE S CTOlNOr To LET HIM HAVE HS AUTO . at ) has Pare i an Auro ? NOTYeT&UT ) )CAN Vou, ) THERE IS 4rV (sZ&Tri Auro to be mr-r-- raffled off n&m ' ftrS aw he HAsyiMlh Khr IX. .XI. . . . i' vi Kits av anv nauiufl , Y7H.T.!a"!L-y0-Un5 n:i are checker-, oh and quolU.. that when they are not eMaiedt wne h0 , a big There are eerUIn gifts that good etiquette prohibits the conventional young man iruni giving u juuus woman unlertfi they are engaged. Jewelry and olothes are very good examples. Uut what shall the young man who desires to express his origi nality glvo her? Canur. hooks ... k. n.nn n and flowers iiiiiiwmtii, may do for ordinary every-day gifts, Coming back to the mora personal but at this time of year many young gifts for the dainty girl, an Oriental men feel that It must bo "somothlnK 0r crepe scarf always makes a moat different." attractive present. Then there are Not that the young woman won't ,no nweetest bunches of awoet peas, npprcolato a flve-pound bo of choco- mien of the valley and violets mad lutes, a book of poems or a bouquot. up Into a dainty corsage whloh would Flossy will think of "lilm" every t'.mo appeal to any girl, sho takes u chocolate, Marle-Loulso A bottle of tery delicate perfume will read and reread her book many ts permissible nowadays, although times and Mabel will spend much perhaps grandma would not havo ac tlmo hovering ovor "his flowers." cepted this. Uut for this original young man And then for tho social butterfly thcro aro many suggestions this yoar. there is tho loveliest "engagement" For Instance, there Is tho daintiest book where she may Jot down (he evening bag for the girl who dancos full week's eventa. It Is made of tho sort which will simply tako hor two x-lnch cards, linen or lenther breath away, you know. Tho voirt'o covel-ed. with celluloid cards pasted Inside. Three loops of ribbon hold a small penolt whloh faatons the book. , Handkerchiefs do 'not sound very "original." but if they aro placed In a dainty French handkerchief case of lavonder or ceriso lined with white, satin with a white Bilk cord they make a charming gift. ' Xhen for the -rfirl who sews there Is a host of dainty present. Thoro ix on ordinary brown basket In tho shops which has been transformed Into a sewlnir baa: do luxe with IWXj-y 1 ''-JA'' IM'Ljf?' grapes of purple, green, red and ysl- A v TpVdrAvSi IsK low beads and a ohangoojbkj blue- S VT11e" .fcv 1 1 and-greon silk tap, gathered pa u I jajf'Tcnyf, , J ffroetl cord A1 80rt8 of dainty wbrk- VJ J1; 4m'''a$&i ' ' baskets completely fitted from i Tn larnri .21.. A5r. thronil to wlssors are iust crying out to belong to some sweet young' thing. ' For tho girl who knits and ''goes u.vlsltlmr with her work there, Is u for ostrich has extondod to evening most attractive bag, measuring 12x11 bags and tho ono shown In tho sketch inches, made of a ratine cloth Id' era- Is of satin with contrasting shades tonno colorings. A Itnc Ilndn l Hntlnc In Crrtonne Coloring Jut IlUht for the tllrl Who Knit and Uo xVUItln. A bis hat "1th lots of trimming can best bo worn otit masses of hair. Tho ar rangement of hair that grows abundantly Is the most im portant consideration. of It cut away. If your hair Is thick and long and heavy, don't bo afraid to shed soma of It, for It shows far greater wisdom to cut It away than to havo 1 effect as something that makes you top heavy in appearance. I have seen many a Blrl with gor geous hair who, boyond any question, had just too much i.f it, that wan all. She would have liecn so much more beautiful If she had done ju.it a trifle of weeding. Hats havo more Importance In the dressing of alt girls than many of them realize. Hut especially must tho girl with much hair he careful of tho sort of hat sho decides to make her own. You know. I needn't tell you about that girl with a vast amount of hair who goes to buy a hat and walks out ot the store confidently wearing one that sits upon tho top of her head and tips gently hero and thcro for lack of a proper anchor. It Is an awful sight to see when you think seriously about these things and tako hats as essential parts of life. You remonstrate with her a llttlo. And that is when her complaining starts at full speed. She says that no hats fit her, that the head sizes are too small, Szc. And you know that there are still other deficiencies about those hats that sho has not even glimpsed. Tho girl with much lialr must havo a hat that Is ndequato for that hair. And If tho shops offer her no success ful solution, then, she must havo hers made that Is all there is to that llttlo matter. She must havo a largo head size to begin with. Sho must have a largo crown that gives spaco for all tho mass of hair to be tucked away Inside. She must havo sufficient breadth of outlmc or sufficient trimming to bo a natural accompaniment for tho mosses of .hair which are bound to show underneath the brim. In tho picture of the girl with the rose hat you see something that has been done most artistically. Thlb girl had quantities of hair to take care of and sho knew instinctively that It would -bear the trimming close to tho edge of the brim ond tho veiling of lace that many a smaller head of hair could not stand. Again, as we have so often found In these typo talks, tho secret lies In tho matter of proportion. No feature of womanhood Is ever a drawback If It Is rightly handled, masses ot beauti ful har least of all. The Heart of a Girl By Caroline Crawford Oowflttit, 1121. (New Tort Tmlas World.) br Fro FttbEUUm Co. Which Man Will Peggy Choose for a Husband? Tta Morr of a trplral New York girl, Vrny Darton, riRhtren, who ha Jiut rnlored botintM u m stmorropner. Iter hrart la lUrtdcd Iwtwern two, loTrre, Itlllr Iltmeton, her own Ufv, ana llartlon TowjUty, well-to-do bachelor, ten jrre her eenUr. The office opens new e jruerlenceii, brins new loer. Iletln rrmllni this itery to-day. rlverr Instalment a new cdltodn In I'etf r affairs. NEW THOUGHTS AND A NEW FRIEND. "M" of ostrich. It Is roally Jiut a novelty holder for mirror, powdor puff and ,a handkerchief. Protty evening shadec, flashy affairs of ceriso and peacock bluo will well, Just glvo her ono and see! Then, of course, thorn are thosT lovely ostrich fans which ovory girl a dor os. Another original and most ottrac tlve present for the flapper's dancing frock Is an artificial roue with a tiny powder box. For the colleEO girl there are bou doir lamps hy which ono may study Iatln, French, and occasionally think Fountain pens and gold eald Mrs. .Tarr nmiliii: give you a volumo to tako along?" nnnclls also delight this serious awnv from thn telnnhnnn. I 1,aVe all I Win Carry, bllt al.,en. a hUBO box Of A gaamaBcirnriswriikTsiMBa The Jarr Family By Roy L. McCardelJ uoprnibt, mi, hanqijK (New York Cmilut World.) by Fran uMahia 0. wants you!" tho sago Mr. Ilanglc. "Want mo to of the giver. fcGGQY never has cver been this way toward mo a"ir,rlVja'm.,!' away from tho telephono. "1 supposo it a to 'borrow money. Now you just tell him you haven't uny to spare. It's getting near UhrlBtmaB and I need every cent you And thon thero Is the standby a silk umbrella girl, especially tho business girl, ap preciates a gift like this becausa It means she may tuck tho office Umbrella away and keep tho other home for best occasions, Christmas seals, dainty ribbon and a pretty llttlo sentiment add just' the finishing tOUOh . "8110" SO a 'g.11,, .Bd good old Every v Htm i mm Tn believed In and that makes mo wonder what 1 nlatonlc lovo can do to mako him notlco me." did e all I Can carry. Dill -i,,-- . huira lin nt writing nnn.r ,.a. . ,;i-k Y-JTi ..... thank you." replied Mr. Jarr. And ""-" "", " "., ' " T7, ' PPcm-s lrora HamtiV Tet. th? eftsoons ho departed. a icauinr writing uenu vi u. iiumuuu ttlin." fnrreat Voaue. Mrs. Jarr was homo and In bod are also Ideal gifts, but not asleep. a kodak makes an excellent pres- Next Article Christmas Sugaei- "U'hnt .lin thivt man nansle wantv . . .t r- nu n .. ,......-... . onl especially il n wisnra wj pru- iiona rrum nor io rum, not answer these " ,?.aBk,d' 8nlfflns ,hc tt,r "h0 -I ! , whispered admonitions but went to tho telophone and cried checrl, until she met Just now sno managed it foggy n, n win uig iuea, om iop Walter Penning- never know, but one day Shirley The big Idea It appeared was that Walter l enningr . t , . . ,,',,. ... ' Mr. Jarr should come over to the ton. But now uuu .u....... .u. ....... UttnKd uomlcllo In tho tame neigh "Just to show mo some literature," replied Mr. Jarr, speaking very dis tinctly. "Hooks are a necessity to that man Hangle, I suppose?" snapped Mrs. was heard to this young man au j.r uuu. BunUin uulB uornooo, for. Mr. Jarr wa heard to ;h i,1i.,.-M,Uhmil. I mean In camo to see her W'V "ton but pJw Immedi- say well. I have nothing on, but Bup,nMihtoul. dishponslbbul. no In- il iuVjriniioiihIlo" 4y. ti . . .ifrlrant tvne ate,v Phoned that she could not meet tnc i,'Bs.us, ",a- w,nnt mo )l0,c and they talked of the different types see what sho says." Why Not Look Your Best? By Doris Doscher CovrrtrM. ltl. fHnr Tori finnliw World). Br rm Fublbhlnc Oo. Vll p. r. I nnllln fnnlli ...ItU Ulilrlnt, ,l. t.... thn n.vrnrn """"-u .u. ... .1.1.1. v.j , n onarp. man and woman Into ono of ten types and spoke of marrlago at twenty-flvo as tho Ideal age, Peggy found that her admiration for Pen nington and his theories was wholly platontc. P...i.lngton managed to call about That's just like you!" suld lira. whAt Vm are trying to say!" cried r nn Mr Tori- nht-arni un Vw. J " . v. .... Yt-s. liidlst.cnsa.ble to hlin. If that's Dtp mm Doioher: Jurr, as Mr. Jarr covered up tho .... '. -Well. I might have You are one of the most lndltfcr- orifices of tho telephone, knowing j,,own It That man Hangle Is the t young women I havo ever met In Mrs. Jarr would icbel In no uncef- orKinai homebrew hound!" T life. Miss Dayton," waB his open- V1." lormH- "You wnnt ihv,m to tl"nk Mr. jn was going to explain, feel- , rnru ih. ,r- t 1 tymnniao over you and won't lot lnir .urft ho could say tho word "Im- cnt m V llfi. Minn TVftVtnn " vnn hln nmn. tain terms. "You want them to think fr tnrr wim rolng to explain, feel . i ... . I tyrannize over you and won't lot , -.'- i,n nnni.t .iv the word "1m- juk roumriv ua uioy were eeateu ai a ..., , ... ,,. ,,,,. Wlll., v,,. 1 1 .. ' . -;:i.t,i hi. crwv! lltOe tatolo "for two" In an uptown want you for?" Lid v- to have the last word, secure In restaurant. "He's bought a sot of books he tho belief that as the holidays were t'eggy cnucklcd inwardly To hor- """ln ' l r. Jurr ex- nearlng, sho might lei u g" v And she uiu. AM twenty years old and my hair Is turning gray rap idly. Can you tell me the 6; the hair ..end upon the color ing matter contained In the middle laver, tho amount jlng regulated by the healthy condition of thlo portion of the jcalp, therefore attention to the general health, especially tho cir culation, Is the at preventive of once a week and after each call Belf Sq 0mt wnjj the shfj . plained, stilt keeping tho telephon Pemrv felt vnrv muoh enllelitened n j . covered. . : . ; . . - ---- - - , ""y umuu vino yuuiur man Decnme "Why can't ho read?" miltr.i Mm about trhnt h hf '1f wanted to do lntrn.trl In hpl Uh. . " V" 1 "u KCU .urn. . - - i,... 1 1 vj ,mu iiiu.vijr Jnrr ' I- 1 n I. hi. .... Bv.n -ttlnvpri Hl AUn mtn.a II. . t . V. iik iH'rninpn n i.i" "r navo you piay cards and cheat you ppcars. but bo Just as Indlffer. 80 '?? won'1 llay. t0 11 back- .1'' ' he is and the tablo Is turned. K "J, . ' neve.r mm?i mt!! . 2 you think I'm Indifferent;"' u,,t 1 lo "ilnd you; I won't go if Peggy. "Why. Mr. Sharp, I ou,"a.5;' 8J' ,B,?I, XIf' Jfrr', u & have said that nt vnn." Well, I Intended slaying hom in tho world. Thmueh his eves sho played his own came, had seen that marriage was a thing If.l, to consider after twenty-five, that he dlsa what she wanted to do now was to cut as becomo Interested in her business VS life and to savo enouc't monev to go ?, abroad. Sho must go to France and "And vou would h miitn -i.rht with you, although Eustace Throck England before she "settled down" to admitted young Sharp. "Since I at- morion is going to lake the Cackol- a humdrum married life and nhe tended my last frat dance some six !)Pr'y Klrs l" o theatro and they ,,v,t ,, j,.. months ago I have scarcely spoken llavo 0een begging mo to go with ought to go out West and see her own to a young woman." them," replied Mrs. Jarr. country first. "Shocking state of affairs," laughed So Mr. Jarr was let olf thn leasii, It was just i.t this tlmo In her Peggy, nnd then because he was a and when he arrived at Mr. Hanglc'u life when Peggy had decided to go ,awyer she wisely turned tho convor- he found that gentleman all alono. i , rZ- "thr Tifit ,nin..." in iif iw "atlon to erlou8 "uhjects. If she had "Tho wife and the kids have gono to in for 'the big things' In life that not rrr-entiv liatonnri tn m. , ,.f. ., . ' , . , ' .. . vv fc .liw.lf-n, .. I (VUI1KIU I : A L) HI 1 II C (J cause and If triors Is anything 1 can taks to rrevent It turning mors? MABEL. Gray hair Is -d by worry, shock sray nalr. Ma Inc tho scalp or sickness as well as age. The odor dp'y . enoh to, circulate the r middle laver where the coloring mat ter U fed to tho hair In thn nur. SnjKSWIKSMBn remed for ' uear miss uoachsn Lucile the Waitress By Bide Dudley IWTrlrtt. (N aD W,tllI Tnu ' C" t C. AY." said ivuclle, the Waitress ' Well huv, S as the Friendly Patron dropped to .lettho ua iV medicine Uiblet In his wntti ,.j SUpp0(HS Young Shirley toiio from law school and thn .nmA liPAn etVfn na hi. tvrtfithni fercnt types of ncoolo which Pon .v. .,in n.u i. h nlngton had discussed. Later she cx- " ...... pressed her Ideas about marriage. liveliness aooi nim wnicn appcaieu stating that sho Intended to travel and , ;;, ;, " to Ioecv. But he was th moat In- to SCO life. .nl, .IMV lwe,!. different t-:o of man Peggy had ever Jrr'V'SM ! mci in iiui Vn,.n. I,.. u.nn,n ...... ... -.numy M'tWWt Ilun after tho i,i , . i...... ., . t ,., . III - A nti K nrflu Vilu .. ... ... ivinvuy lor xoomIv perspiration, which causes me reat omfaarraesment, vtn though I bathe frequently. DISCOURAGED. Apply the following lotion: Pow dered bora etc acid, from J tn r. We'll lmve to leave a window open m',: lu"'el medicated alcohol. aves in, won't wer' "u; w ;"""a.". J "vr ana allow i,,.. ..h..ii, thnt 'o ury. anu at nurnt nowdr thn nnr. ...nnn.. ,,.) n nllo.tlnn nnU- With &lUm, S KTOBmit,: tllJnilm ... .n thin m,,,. ni i,n inllniA nmiM bhumm, i kiuiiiico. l ixui sum iniit Will Will K : : . n works ain't It?" Uxouso mo a minute. Here's a man ?nd, .thJ8 w"' cura r condition, hut wireless telephone works, i am M0 , 0ppeUle... "member that exercise wlll stlmu- "It is, indeed." he replied. I.ucllo took un order and went ,at? tbe olrc1u,Uon so that no arUfl- I was reading wnero innuamu to tho kitchen. When she returned w" uewcuaary. uear miss uosoneri What Is th bsst method of ourlng tha skin of blaokhsads? Also advise a good soap and old cream and should I usa hands or wash cloth when cleansing the facs? Doss bobbing the hir make it thicker and plsase toll mo what to do for falling out hair and dandruff? A CONSTANT READER. Absolute cleanliness. Verstable her employer's younger brother en- Pennington's theories she would have "and I have some literature here I rivna Mine a sow? on a ship and she approuched Iho Friendly Patron tered into partn with the law been Juet how to talk to think will Interest you. Nothing dry." Ca , A , o miles awav on Arm. JZUti mnBn; 22 -nnW, 0,"." And he led Mr. Jarr into tho .ifltcKn ?.c0!to. .?ca... tV.lV . .. "' on't. believe ;,n ,. . f.-wi, iu wnere mere tvbs a nox marked. "How , .,7 I glad to express herself. the World Goes Hound. In 12 VoU id while he had She began the very subject of dlf- um and Mr. nanglo Immediatolv tho land. How did It get to mem i lhat wlroeM telephone would work On air waves. ... at all In this place." nanclo Immedintniv "So that's tho way, em uee. you -why not?" he asked. attacked It with a hatchet. know what wlll bo happening nexi7 "iiocause the minute an air wave with the nrst boar of thn lid nrled Victims or wus piavo, wu iu . u. carrying an order tried to bust n , . .. . . v ' I 1 1, (1 , ill .t,nni mn thnlr (irrlnm on . . . . . , . . . interested to noto nurry, """r.. , , . . nrrn n lunie vvo irum ine Kiicnen volumes worn s... air waves and I'll havo tho rich fool would meet It and knock It a twister. raw and when 81 ." a. wiun or inai gouiasn out mere removeii tim hern." would discourage any telephone air mitt, crnmonri hnraoir t.o .ii.ti iweivn volumes il wnl pv dent h - inai wiii uv. ..www. ... nw...v wave u ever inei. 11 ua do iiko soap is oener man animal scan "I wonder why the avorago girl al- "For bo young a girl you have'avory bcon rmhllshed in Scotland. Hut you 11 have to nave an matru- Jock Dcmpsey flghtln' a six-year- Creams that contain almond inea ...vs n-cs tho Indifferent man n good outlook of life. Miss Dayton 7,10 two ''rank if !! knowledge ment." old boy. No, I guess we gotta keep are good skin foods. A face brush y!. ,, "!, T f? i tnel you have t e mind of a Blrl l,,, volumes rontalne.1 until m "A instrument? You mean a piano?'' on getting the orders In here by per- and a mild soap Is better than the much?" Peggv kept asking herself. twenty7lvo nw " B " Ranrle returned from the moving "No- A wireless telephone instru- sonal Impression." liands for a thorough face cleanslni; Hhlrley Sharp Is not moro than "nils was the highest compliment lll(,tr'". Tut the r-hlMrr-n to lied and mr-nt." And Lucile replaced on a butter If the hair Is split at the ends and tv-onty-two. Just tho right ago fu bo Percy could havo received from so rttlrod h"mclf In hnughtv silence. "h. I see. It will be funny to havs chip a cube of butter that had fallen scrawny tn growth bobbing helps, but friendly, and yet. while ho Is full nt ser ous and Indifferent a young man 1 n13'1" mv wlf" mad coming a air wave lilt mo and say: 'Pork on' to the .floor. for falling out hair and dandru!f ... . . , -- . V n r, .umi. a A l,r...na n n n flin fir .IIVI1 ' WfltlT If 7" IirlV I on W thai " oil b I ri ft f nrUl I n f rhA nf1in WlTin n nil n c T1 mured Mr Jirr thickly. "It may seem strange at llrst, but might a allpped and broke my vaseline or olive oil Is nourlahla'g to l 'Wo use to hurry home then," said you'll get used to it aeck."yi the scalp. fun ho does not seem to really notice f ni,;l,wJ?J,.twb,a?it ,0 her work n,Kh mo at ail. Uo l the first man who Monday Billy Braoton and New Ideas i.