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I can see no harm in a. girl -weaiy
ing silk stockings if her salary-per
mis her to doo. .And asJ?or3y'ear.
ing the universal '3owneck" I, think
it is much mpr& sensible -than( to
swathe her pretty throat in a' great
No, little girl, if you lik'e dainty
shoes and stockings and soft pretty
sHrtwaists.ryou may certainly wea
them- if your means -permits. WitlS
fashion. ;that..every one who can
adopts, I d&hot--think that any of us
have license tb criticize" another's
clothes. We must always remember
that good taste is like virtue mostly
a question of geography.
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S DAINTY APPAKEL PHR-
flISABWE -'IN "I'ttfi
A PUBLIC BATH
FOR RJ3NT Furnished room with
privilege of bath in Main st.; Monon
gahela (Pa.) Republican.
Two big- eyelets or buttonholes,
worked in opposite corners of the
kitchen towels are better than loops
to hang up by.
Even Edison isn't always certain.
Eleven of his fireproof buildings burn
ed in a night. ,
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