nd style of the hair-orn
aments worn on a woman's head;[Pg 260] but I have not yet learned how to do it. I suppose I shall find out if I stay long enough in Japan. LADIES' HAIR-DRESSER. LADIES' HAIR-DRESSER.
"Of course, you will want to know if the Japanese women are pretty. Now, you mustn't be jealous when I say they are. Fred thinks so too, and you know it won't do for me to have a quarre
l with Fred when we are travelling together, and especiall
y when I think he's right. They are all brunettes, and have shar
p, bright eyes, full of smiles, and their skins are clear and he
althy. They look very pleasant and happy; and they have such swe