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j H'ATPINF-SR^DAeHBS. I Several ,j«$uliar cases of headache among women patients of a certain doctor have be-m discovered by hiUl to be date to; hatpins. I waa- baffled for aJong time," he says, "by a patient: who was An inveterate tratnoar'rider, and I attnK Suited; the malady to-the afcrong wind to which she subjected herself duriKg such rides. she,. perjisted in the Tiding, bWever, so I set; mf wits to work, and when she told me that once when her hat. had. blown off and she had had .In. tie it on she had-stopped the headache, I sug- gested, that ne^t time she should take her hat off and hold it in her lap. This she did, and snissed the headachei a,gn.. I tried the same remedy on other patients with the same resulbi It is clear that the pins w.Fticti,.bold on a large hat in a high wind tug at the roots of the hair ufttil a.;headache'is startedt I find, too, upon comparing notes that I am not the original disr- coverer oF this- kind of. heaisfeohe."

It ( -< j -AN- INVALID'S DRINK.

MOTH IN

ON COLOUR- SCHEMES.

HAD MANY GOOD POINTS.

HE EXPLAINED.

BRIGHT CHILD.j

SHE WOULD GO.

NOT A CHANCE.

THE POPULAR GIRL.

HOW-TO TREAT BURNS.

NICE, DISHES.

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