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For the room, Dulcie-paid $2. per?
week; On week-days-her breakfast
cosb 10 cents;, she" made coffee and
cooked an eggfover the gaslight while
she -was dressing. On Sunday morn-'
ings she feasted royally on veal chops
and pineapple fritters at"Biily?s"-res-taurant,
at a-cpst of025 cents and
tipped the waitress 10 i: cents. New
York presente.'sp mahytemptations.
for one to run-into-extravagance: She
.had .her. lunches inj the . department
.store jestaurant at a cost ot bU cents
for the week; dinners-were $1.05. The
evening papers show me a New
Yorker going without' his daily paper!
I-came to '.Isix 'cents and two Sun
day papersone -for the personal col-;
iumn and; the;'pther to Tead were 10
; cents. The total amounts to $4.76.
Now,-ohe;has tO)buy clothes, and
(Xq.Be Concluded Tomorrow.)
THE BE AUT.YfOF THE CABINET
Miss Nora McAdoo, daughter of Secretary-ofTthe-Treasury NjcAdoo.