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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 17, 1912, Image 5

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"ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL WORKING GIRLS
'";. Spokane, Wash.,, contributes; this picture to the .working girl
beauty series..The,;girlis Miss Mamie Eldridge,- waitress in the
Tuxedo restaurant'.'; . ' ' .- . '-:. V; .r - .'..: . '.,,"
-. - )": "or-o -. .'- :--
,He;Was.Safe.
"Madam;" wjiiqed: the sad-eyed I iheWearyWillie;with a pathetic
unemployed, who. had -cptne : for
lornly to the 'kitchen. door,', 'a
good, hearty mealmadafn, isalM
crave I It woufdV help ":me.; tre
mendously in.myvwork!'' -"Ami
what is your work?", demanded
the kindly housewife. "Looking,
for work, madam," -politely-replied
the unemployed. - ."And
suppose I were to give you -a
job?" continued the housewife. . "I
couldn't- take it,-, madam," replied
smile." ""It -.would 'interfere with
ihywork;'
J-
- . ; ; Washing ;WboL
-. Tp.,. prevent, wOpl shrinking
when- washing- it -avoid sudden
'changes ; m: -temperature "of the
water '..and, the' use of strong
soaps.-Wash and :rinse in water
of the-same .'temperature. Dry in
a.shadyplace,'. ,'

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