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" We are properly dressed,'
says pa. 'Our clotiingf can be
washed frequently-; yours cannot,
and are alive Iwith 'germ?. Our
arms are no more -sensitive than
your face, because, they are in
ured to the cirmate'TheJcrp'ttfes
I am designing- will bcmore' beau
tiful than those worn' today, and
far'simpler in design. They will
be richer in color and material;
and will allow air cifdulatioij and
sanitary ventilation.'-" J-
"Sounds punk to me," said
Gertie, fixinfr'her belt" with one
hand and patting her, puffs with
the other. "Do you think people
will wTearCthem clothes?"
Do I think so?" snorted
Mame7"Say ydU" don't want your
clothes ;ftfll of.gerrfis and things
'do,yW?v And that's Jiow Pa Dun
can .sa-ysjthey are now. And it's
'a 'cinqf" they'll ..cover up just as
much as these dresses the girls
vare wearing now, which is cut
jdecqjatay at top and bottom.
"Do I think 'people will wear
'em'?' Say, you.'just watch the
way?I Deat it for that towel sale
onlthWfifth floor at lunch hour.
Ariel I'm "a goil that's always in
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