j SOME FACTS ABOUT HAIR. I Baldnrs-s is far lesn common r.mong I red-hi nded people than among their ! darker-haiieJ neighbors. The ordinary I crop on the hea l of a red--huirelpersr.n j is about 2:1.200 hairs. Ordinary dark hair I " is far liner, and more than three dark i hairs woubi. generally occupy the space I of a red Jtir.0;J being about the average ! crop. Fair-haired people are still better : cff. 14o.oi:o to PiO.ddO Vicing quite an or- j dinary crop of hairs on the head of a 4 fair man or woman. It ha.? been stated that if the hairs on the head of a fair- I h red person could be plaited together, j they would make a rope strong enough i to support a weight something like J (ighty tons, or of ,"00 people. This i sounds rather a big statement, but the sinngih even of a single hair is quite i-Hir pricing when its fineness is oonpki-1 oonpki-1 ifil. as any one can test for herself by sowing the force that must be ex- p nJed on bi taking: it.