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. Blouses are kept in .place much
better if a loop iV sewn, on each
under-arm seama'nd the draw
string broughtthf ough"the loops,,
. theloopsnto be'on'aeyel with'the
string. . . ; - '
Young Lady Please show me,
some ties. Shop Assistant A
gentleman's tie? Young Lady
.Ob, no ;-it's for. my brother 1 " -
Use.cold wateronly.in washing
varnished floors. This removes
the dust and dirt'easily. The cold
water hardens the varnish and
leaves 'jthe' surface smooth and
Jcleanr " ' : ' '
Cranberries for the Thanksgiv
ing table again promise to be
plentiful and cheap, and raspber
ries are ripe, too.