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go to a bargain sale of lingerie- and.
let a, man see you. snatching .at one
end -of a garment while another-woman-
held on like grim, death to'
the other end? '
Do you suppose a. man would say:
"Just a moment; ladies. I think we
have another one of those, L'U look
-for it;" ;
iHe would get so sour in a week
.that -an angel out of heaven couldn't 1
.lurehim from bachelorhood. And'
what is..more, he - would give you
.such a contemptuousJookthat you'd
report him to thefrmanagement, - ;
One of the, things -I rebel at most
today in the department stores is the
employment of men o sell shoes. It
makes me sore when some male crea-.
.ture says: I
"You' ought to wear a larger shae:
I would suggest a number'7." That's
telling,' I know',- but they never Jgot
me, beyond the 6 size J so f don't .care.
Now, how nicely a girl would handle
.that. Sshe would say: - ! .
- "You have a very slender; foot, and
for that'xeason .1 would get my shoes
a little longer and not so -.wide. Your
foot is so perfectly -Bhaped that, it
would be a pity.to spoil it with short
Shoes."- - if - ; v 7 1
And I -would -carry home a pair of
number -7 perfectly content. "
That was surely one- silly bluftof
the employers and they willrfeel
mighty1 cheap (when we, :call -their
hand unless they -.have another, ace
tucked up their sleev.es.. t.u v
SCOUTING FOR A NEW HOME IN OMAHA.