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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 11, 1911, Image 9

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IT'S' EASIER FOR A MAN TO DO THE WASHING THAN
TO HUNT UP A WASHWOMAN, SAYS SLEET-H- r
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- Soap Suds and Ho$ Water Greatest Aids to Stricken Husbands
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By Dana Sleeth.
I can't say that I regard wash
rday as the bright sp.ot in the
-week, but after probing its terrors
to the bot'tom, I prefer to rub out
while you are hunting up a wash
woman, -
There is just one secret about
washing soak, everything but
colored clothes over night in suds.
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a wash, if I have the hour and a
half to spare, than to have the
house turned upside down by a
25 -cent -an -hour washwoman.
You can do a' washing, anyhow,
Put in your white clothes
everything that is not a solid col
or. Fill your .tub about two
thirds full of them. Run hot
water over white soap to get a
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