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Matters pertaining to the household -talks on beauty-recipes etiquette
:S?WILL WOMEN ACCEPT DISCOMFORT
;fo OF THE HOUR-GLASS FIGURE?
'ven New Sports-Suit Models Show the Tendency
' Jfto Nipped-In Waists Female Figure Always
(Normal Until the Renaissance Period
SOW lonjt will the iiports suit remain
WWkl wlth u? Thnt IU vokuo In qulto tho
Jp&pleat Which has como to tin for many
""vftiAjr cannot bo denied, nlo Us general
,"i$rtHwtoInjrnc" to women of nil ngwi, lc
Iflitn'tJ chape. Tarlfl has declared herself
dltt"f4vor of Jersoy cloth for tho coming
1 ''ipflnjr, and tho moiloln now appearing In
tho ahops for southern wear will lie In
hlfih favor next spring, wo nro told.
Thoso of us who ndoro boyish straight
' lines are not cheered by tho slRht of
Dipped In waists and glaring hips on thoso
Jt was Putnam, I bellove, who enld
that the Renaissance devoloped a waist;
that with tho distention of her lower sec
tlon a woman lost virtually all resem
blance to a human being, Sho appeared
formalized, bedeviled, bedizened.
But I do not beltevo women In general
ter "In a body") will ever revert to tho
jlght lacing of our grandmothers' days.
When a girl, bo slid ever no hugo, won
forced to submit to navlng her stays
pulled In to mako nn eighteen Inch waist
ell ft twenty-sevonMnch so that tho fat
bulged out In ovary direction, giving
ttgly, unnatural lines.
If those womon who glory In tho small
lifts of their waistbands studied tho
proportions of tho femalo figures In an
cient Q reek sculpture. Aphrodite, tho
Venus de Mllo, thoy would rrallzo thnt,
while theso figure! show a slightly curved
In waist lino, thoro Is not that ugly de
Ided lino separating tho torso.
Very stout womon hnvo learned In
fcfaeso last few yearn that tho effect of
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
My jKdno55 conquers
Gv&rv wo a.
Tkoucjh poor and
JUrYo-ll A ssropa
Thrower, life, tl song
is in my Kotvrt
I'm tnt.i-.UFul For
sllmness Is not obtained by pulling In tho
waist nnd shoving tho surplus flesh
elthor up nr down, nnd they will bo loath
to conform to fashion's mandates.
And tho mnjorlty of girls and womon
who dnnce nnd nro fond of tho outdoors
have lonrncd to npprcclatn comfort nnd
freodom of movement, and thoy will not,
without a struggle, surrender their nth
Hut thero will ahvajs bo a certnln
proportion of tho feminine population to
follow tho dlctntcs of fashion, whether It
glvee them tho shnpo of a barrel or that
of tho hour glass, which latter seems to
bo approaching slowly, but with unmis
takable surety, hourly!
THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
Zittttri and question submitted to this department nxust be written en one tide of
IA tapir and tinned with the name of tha writer. Special qwerles Hie those given
lelovs art Invited. It It understood that the editor does not necessarily Indorse the
sentiment expretied. All communications for (Alt department should be addressed
ma follow: TUB WOMAN'B E.xciiaNUK, livening Ledger, Philadelphia, Pa.
The winner ot tw!r' vrlte I Jlle Zlln t'ntton, of Maine, I'., nhoie letter appeared In
1, Ifow can doUica Im mads nlille without
tmlaX a blfnwhlni powdrrT
S. IIor mar wnter caratTa luid yaie b
ttttd from duel edtm-mt?
S. What Is
n cood war to prraerr, eat
rando'.enn atvrar bo
1. Nbonld letter ot
t, Mail lone claree bo worn with eecnlng
8. Am topront morn fnalilonnhln than tailored
ANSWERS TO SATURDAY'S INQUIRIES
1. Areordlnr to Mrs. I. II. , H., prraon
troubled with moth In carpet mar Mtsrmlnttt
thorn br Iwlns a dunp cloth on Uio earpot
and Iroolns It with o hoi Iron. One rood
AppUcmtlon o( thl kind thonld bonllh thrm
Si Ta tntJw ohtbbr nrabrell. look frrah,
spons It wtti to well iwwtencdi tho tea
TMtorcs tha color and tha toss tlffcms tho
I Ta keo water trace from bifoatlsr the
fcttchan and pantrr ttnka, at nlibt, bofor
loota tio roams, poar a UUla korotona oil
town the ptpo of tha link.
Ralso the Nap on Plush
To the Editor of Woman's Panel
Dtr. JI1.m Ploooo toll mo throoih tho
lyaman a ISxchonca how to rata tho nap on a
stain roat which h boon cruahtd In packlna.
It Ii dotplr markwl, 1 would Ilka to do It at
homo, will rou lit mo know aa aoon a rnitl
Dial Thankins rou In advance. TllU.
Heat an Iron very hot, turn It on end
and cover It with a soaking wot cloth. Hold
the marked portions of tho plush right In
the heavy steam, which will rlio from the
wet cloth on tho Iron. Repeat this until tho
nap Is well risen. This Is not an Infallible
remedy, but Is the only home ono I can
recommend. If any readers know of any
thing mora efficacious perhaps thoy will
Will Somo Ono Help 7
To the Editor of Woman's raoel
Doar. Madam I am aaklm a favor In your
paper, It any ono hao any, toya for which thy
bare no mora ua or which thtlr chlMron havo
eutrrown. I hava Tt.n children and havo Juat
pontxi my oaoy. eiant monina Diq. anq racentiy
had another death In my huaband'a Unilly alao.
Wo are bark In debt and cannot aftord to net
tha children anjthlnr for Chrletmae. They
would want only a few thtnae and would I'e
happy t( they aro not new oneal they would Ire
is tney neeaeu niintr we rouiu ao
new to them,
it wllltnely. A
ctothea I would
Trouia do eo aiaa. i would say tne
or parrel poet. It It I not too much.
nd It any one haa any epara
Or I mliht eend for them. It It le not too far.
sat cauqron ranae in ago rronv inree to etiteea
rear, on alrl and tho othera all bora.
(MreJ M. It,
It mar be that the readers of this column
Remedy for a Bu-ip
m the Editor of Woman's 1'aat:
Dear Vadam llecently I waa badly burned
by an overatront todln -application on my elde.
I bad autfered with a aevere muacular pain, and
a, friend auneated palntlnc the epot with Iodine,
'rha medicine had been In the cheet for eoma
tuna and had eruthered etrenalh In the keeplna,
and when a aenerou amount waa applied I ut
ferd axorucfatlna Pain and there oeemed to be
notbina" to relieve fti In fact. I waa fairly con
vulaed with pain. It waa lata at nliht and tha
drur aloree were cloeed, but a frlaiut who waa
called on the phone uraeeted a very elmple
remedy. By applylna a thin cloth dipped In
alcohol to the bum eome of the Iodine waa al
aorbedt then wa took lead water and tlnaeed oil.
lialf and bait of each, and epread It on a thick
cloth and placed It on the aide, which by thla
i time waa badly blletered. In lea than halt an
hour tne pain waa eaeed ana th heat waa
taken out of tha burn. It 1 alwaya well to keep
toe little remedlea on band. Any drus etore
will nils the concoction. I believe He official
nam la carron oil. il. 13. C
Fried Mush Is Nutritious
To the editor of Woman' iMae"
Dear Madam A way of maklnr muah an
IncOJnparabl delicacy aa a breakfaet dlah I to
tvi Um cold (llcea In rood beet drlypln aaved
from tha varloue cut ot meat uaed lu the home,
dipped flret la beaten ear, then In bread crumba
and fried a roldea yeUow color. Katen with
table errup It le a dleh without an equal, from
a nutritlou aa wen aa an economical ianq
1. When nalklnar wllli two women a man
aliould alwaya walk nearrat the curb. Ho
ahould never walk between them.
t. If a man take n woman to a reataorant,
lie aheold ronaall wtlh her a to what aha may
deetre for dinner- then be ehonld do the order.
Ini. The woman never ordera.
S. Instead of oiln a moilln cap to protect
the hair when aweeplnr a robber bathtnr cap
haa been found to keep tho dual out mure effectively.
Young Alan Seeks Advice
To the Editor of Woman' Paget
Dear Madam X. am a younr man of twenty
two and durlnt- the laat year have been rolna to
aeo a tlrl whom I met In a profeaalonal way
about a year aro. Our Intercauree waa entirely
on a bualneaa baal at flrat, but ahe la extremely
clever and Intereatlnr, nnd I aaked her one day
It aha would rn with m lo the theatre Hhe
very kindly accepted and elnre then I hate
tnkrn her aeveral thnee to varloue ehown and
dance about onco In three week I know two
other rlrla about na well, and I uaually apend
my free time divided nmonr the three. Now, I
am only maktnr 121 a week and have nnthlns
anvrd aa n backrround aa yet, thouEh 1 am not
ependlnr my money foollahly. 1 hnve manarrd
to put away a couple of hundred dollara I like
theao threo rlrle nil tery tnuoh, but t have Juat
been aooil frlenda with theim there hae never
been n aim of aantlmentallty. 'eaperlally with
the rlrl 1 am peaklnr of.
Slnt. la the day of blsb price".
New Breakfast Dish
, Te,tht Bdilor of Wo-noa' Page-
Deer Madam Now that eira are ao bl-h,
hraakfaat eem to be the moat difficult meal to
' mmu I have Juat sol a moat valuable recipe
i-STl braakfaat dlah that I would like to pae
i. Xt I called tomato ecr apple. Add two cup
af vt4r to a lars can of tomato and aon
pit a sweet pepper ana n ooion cnoppea
na in jninmi vrnei. t"ie net. aivi a rup
a nc anu inicaen in wnoie wiin corn
our Into pan to cool. Thl may be
tk tha aame way aa acrappla or auih.
Delicious Nut Fudge
T the Bdltor of Womas's Page:
at MatUtn I bav round tne rouowin
xor pfiDocnaiver), uv.Kiivuei wu wive ui
auxar tnreetquatiera ouii ot mum. tare
iMLua of buttir. an cud nut meal, ono-
Maspoaofnl of vanilla iioll the auaar
l olio or
Tbm remove f row. the Are. cool add th
? g arja
ntfC Bmfhr rot- jtbout ten minute.
batter tTrui boll uatll a aoft bait U formed
a imta wvvi wu .-
Tbn remove from, toe or, cool aad.tw
fenc&itf nmktn Lnio niecca ana in vanma
th uilitwr" ttntU creamy and pour Into
Had pant. vn. t at.
(Mr ) 4. U
Pjfereats F Vram Spattering
" HMtor o Vovuul's Peeei
Pr AJ '"J?
aui ffi I
Th !! rhrM nr
I havo been out with hr she haa
eald una or two atrann thlnrra that people
wero taiKinrr aooui our roinff out toietner ana
It worried me, a I do not love her. and If I did
I am nut prepnred to aak any rlrl to marry me.
Well. I did not ro to ere her for about all
weeka, and ahe wa unpleaaant about It when 1
did ro. and ao I waited raln for a month to
paaa. Yeetvrday I received a letter demanding
nn explanation. Hhe ear I have led her to
believe I cared for her and wanta to know
what I maun by It all. I really do not know
what to do. 1 would not do a caddlah thlna
for th world, but I cannot aee why, when I
waa careful not to so too often to aee her and
waa alwaya perfectly Irnperaonal In my dealtnra
with her. aha ahould take thla attitude I want
ro do th honorabla Ihlnr, and yet even If I
felt I could aak her to marry me I do not
think I would be dolnr rlkht. for I do not rare
for her a I think I ahould lova my future
wife. I would be very thunkful for your advice
on th matter, JIM.
It la very difficult to artvlne In thesa
mntters. nn, of course, I only hear tho one
side. Your letter Is very straightforward,
however, ami I think that the slrl you speak
ot has been foolish and really has no
reason to hold you up, as It T"Yro, on the
matter. I would write her a straightfor
ward letter, tolling her that you had no
such Intentions, aa you are in nn position to
marry, and that thero had been no sentl
mentality In your friendship, and, there
fore, you had not dreamed that she might
misunderstand you. Hay that you did not
go as often because sho had told you
that some one had npokon of your being
together arid that you wlnhed to relievo her
of embarrassment In the matter, as you
felt It was purely a friendship. Now, a
little word of advice; It la not often that
these friendships can go on for years with
out one or the other suddenly finding out
that It means more to him or to her than It
does to the other, You, as a young man,
should be very careful not to sea a great
deal of any one girl Unless you have a very
special Interest In her and want to carry
things further, It Is true that there have
been many beautiful friendships between
men and women, but they hao always
been oxceptlonal people, remember, and be
careful If you do not learn to care, the
To the Editor of Wpman raoe;
Dear Madm Can you tell me aome wh or
oil to pollen furniture with after cleaning! I do
not want on of the proprietary waehee. but
aom lmpl home mixture, JANE.
A mixture of linseed and olive oil has
proved an efficacious polish for furniture.
Mother' Gift to Children
To the Editor of Woma' fooe-
Pear Madam Will you tell me why a mother
will help a aon-Ui law and not a ion by alway
rlvlns to a daughter email, and aometlme
Tara sift I hva In mind on- aa very
Bear me, a eon who 1 very oapabl and am
llloua. but with very Uttl phyalcat atrenath.
Every fw yr he I 1)1 from overwork, trying
to catch up II ha a wife who la a very good
Kanarer and very, robuat Yet thla mother, who
ia a email Independent lacom. hit never
given even a dollar kill or a Chrtatma preaent
to her ion family yet th daughter wa given
a 0u aewlrur machine and when eh waa 111 for
a week fruit and flower wr ilveo and an
offer of money made to her Sba ha a healthy
hue band and a comfortable Income, a much and
more now than th eon make, th daughter
hae juat bought a borne, paid caen. and the
on cannot get lb flrat payment together I
aay ahe prefer to help a eon In-law In prefer
ence to a oo There baa never bun any trouble
wltb th eon- wlf. everything t apparently
erene Why are mother thl way I Thl i
only on cas of a Dumber that ar lmllar
that I know of How many there muet b that
J do not know about I IJESSIi: It If .
Jess lo town.
I'erhapa some of toy reader will give
om ib auo-aei. vary iiftuy, it is
set tu nut ttrujrifiM
afl Know bar
jfeMJjgft & !
MY MARRIED LIFE
Hy ADELE 0ARRI80K
VAAi, old girl, what sort of a day did
Dicky's cheery voles camrt like a fresh
breeze through the stale air of a cloned
room. I had been brooding all the after
noon The OlsCourtesy anil Ingratitude of
the woman scroas the hall nnd my expert
ence with Harry Underwood on the omnl
bus had depressed me.
I had sat pretending to rend, hut In re
ality Idly thinking ever since I had come
back from my unpleasant hus ride I hnd
enlen no luncheon, for we hnd breakfasted
so Into, and this wss the first time I had
seen Dicky since morning
"A perfectly horrid tiny, Dicky. Oh! but
I'm glad to see ynu "
I clung to him ns lie kissed me It
evidently read my need of his sympathy,
for he picked me up nnd carried me to our
armchair nnd sat down, gathering me close
lo Mm, and smoothing my hnlr.
".Vow tell me nil about It, ' ha said, "flit
It nut ot your system nnd you'll feel bet
ter" I hod to decide swiftly how much I
should tell him of Harry Underwood's an
noying persistence In seeking my society
t know Dicky's unreasoning, childish Jeal
ousy I did not wish In arouse It If I
could iiomllily handle tho situation myself
I msdo up my mind to hold tny tongue con
cerning his friend's ridiculous nctlnnt for
a while, at leant
"Ynu wero right and I was wrong this
morning about thosa people ncrrmn the hall,"
"Why" What did they do? Wero they
rudo In your Dicky bristled at tho mere
Idea of rudeness lo me
"I'll tell ynu nil about It. nnd you can
Judge for oiirsrlf"
Ho for tho second tlmo I retailed the petty
llttlo story of the rudeness of tny neighbor
across the hull
"IJy Jove I" Dicky ejaculated when I had
finished "I nexer heard anything to rquni
that Wo snvpd her baby's llfo among us,
nnd she considers It n bnro to meet ou
Well' I guess the next nursemaid who
comes hero with n sick baby will be
told to beat It to the nearest hoepllal "
1 could not help but smile at Dicky') In
dlgnntlon and his way of expressing It.
'There couldn't anything like that happen
agnln it Is too strange nn occurrenco to
como more thin once "
"I should hopo so" Dicky's tone was
"Let us forget nil about It I'm suro I
never wnnt to think about It tigaln "
"All right What did jou do when you
walked away Ilka a tragedy queen?"
"Nearly walked Into an nutomobllo nnd
hnd my llfo saved by n pollcoman." I
smiled nt the recollection.
"What! You're Joking, Mndge!"
"Indeed, I'm not, but thero uasn't nny
danger, I think, even If tho policeman did
'Tell mo all about It, this minute "
"Don't ever, ever do such n thing agnln,"
he Bald "What do you think would becomo
of mo If anything should happen to you?
I don't wnnt to think or tnlk of It"
Ho shook his nhoulders ns If throwing off
tho memory of Hip occurrence
"I hop j you bad a pleasant ride It surely
should havo been a dandy to mnke up for
the rest of tho morning "
I smiled grimly to myself at tho hateful
memory of tho ride llut I must not let
Dicky nunpect tho truth
"Well. I think him decidedly tiresome,"
I returned "When I ride on the top of
a bus I either want to be alone or have
a really congenial companion with me "
"Like me?" Dicky teased, smiling at me.
"Like you," I answered, returning his
"Dinner ready," Katie's voice broke In
"And hare I have not even my ovaroost
off. That's what comes of comforting
downhearted wives." Dicky hurried Into
The little talk with Dicky had restored
my cheerfulness. We were both hungry
and we made a most excellent meal, neither
of us talking much until the coffee came
"I hnve n dandy scheme for tomorrow."
Dicky lighted his cigar as he spoke and
stretched himself luxuriously.
"What Is it?"
"Well, If tomorrow Is like today, I've Just
got to get u wlilff of country air. Today
was like spring, and tho minute anything
llko spring comes, I'm like a Anil out of
water until I got to tho country There's
the bulllest plcca of country out on Long
Island nbout twenty-flvo mllos, real brooks
nnd woods and meadows and things like
that And there's nn old Inn that dates
A Quiet Hour at Home
bark a hundred years or so where you can
gel the bulllest meals you eter ate
A.V AITOINTMIWT ItBMHMnRHBt)
"Wo II go to bed early tonight and get
up tomorrow In limn to take the X 10 train
from the Pennsylvania slntlnn That will
gel us out there at nine, and we'll hae a
long, glorious day"
"Oh' Dicky, won't that be splendid? I
don't know if anything lit tho world I
would rather do I ha.c always wnnted to
live In Iho country eer since I left It when
I waa n little girl "
"Well t I don't know about living In It
the year around," Dicky snld dubiously
"I Imagine It would be nn awful horo lit
the winter lime llut In tho auinmer time
It Is the only thing to do Thnt s ono thing
I want to go out there for tomorrow I'er
hap wo can pick up somo place) wo would
like for the summer"
"Oh' Dicky'" I repented Innnely To lite
n wholn long, luxurious summnr in Uio
real country. It was too good to bn true
I had had short trips to summer renort
weeks of vacation spent nt fnrmhousei de
voted to the entertainment of nummer
guents, but housekeeping In n real country
boms It seemed like a gllmpv) nf p-tin
"I know you will enjoy It tomorrow."
Dicky said "fly tho way. nmuso yourself
with this for a few momenta I'm nut of
clgiirs, I find I'll run out and get some"
"Tills' was a box of sugared nlmniitls
my faxorlto bonbon I settled mjself lux
uriously In my chnlr to wait for IHilij'n
return when a sudden disquieting thought
strut k me
lin sday was tho day I hnd arranged Iho
meeting with Mrs Mrnltli tn dlst-us'i my
leadership of the history iwctlnn of her
I could not go with Dicky after all'
I i smiling, pluk'il tho apple thou
Laughed, slgh'tl - and tasted II again
"Slrange sin It n pleasant. Juicy Hung
On a forbidden tree nlmuld spring'
llut bad she seen with clenrer eee
Or hid tho serpent been les4 l-.e
Hhe'd i-rirro hin ehtiun Hiicli little-
As to let Adam tnetn of It'
I-itly Mnrg.irrt Klektllle
-fffrlA Tlf I I
Cont of enrncul trimmed with Hud
son liny sable.
FL'lt roats nro cloeely following the lines
of tho modish frocks Tho bodices are
tightly filled and the skirls extremely full
yy Fashioned in
f hI.I,hii, .-.f , til, ,,.! ,1e
iiRti .inel ct with 21 perfect
C. R. Smith & Son
Marhot St. at 18th St.
This handsome model Is ot baby caracul
with a fichu collar and wide cuff of Hudson
Jlay sable It Is fastened with one large
fur-covered button The lining Is of bro
caded silk In tones of old blue and gold.
Bosk one cup dried pess overnight In cold
water to coter Drain, put In saucepan,
cover with cold water and bring to boiling
point. Again drain, cover with cold Water
and add two slices onion, six doves, thirteen
peppercorns, n bit of bay leaf, two tea
spoons salt and one-quarter teaspoon sods.
Cook until soft,1 drain and rub throtteh .
sieve. Add two-thirds cup finely ehoppi
peanut, one cup dried bread crumbs, one.
half teaspoon salt, one-eighth teaspoon pen.
per and eight tablespoons cream. Bhp
In form of cutlets and saute In butter. Gar
nish with psper frills.
"The Best Is the Cheapest"
And It's Sold by Childs
Dependable quality In
makeB our furs sought
after by the discrim
inating. Prices are no
higher than with other
Furs Altered nnd Repaired
ulds "nd Company,
Poor baking powder
has no value at ail
It's really absurd to
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with "any old sort" of
material; and Abso
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Powder is one of the
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in your kitchen.
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a pure phosphate
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i7s uniquely superior
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You'll find it has many points of unusual and essen
It doesn't give the bitterish, baking-powder
taste to cake, muffins, biscuits any baking at all.
Its really pure else you wouldn't find our name
upon the can. Lastly, and CONSPICUOUSLY:
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largely advertised brands.
Full-Pound Can, 1 5c
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THE STORES OF OPPORTUNITY
"Where Your Money Goes the Farthest"
Delicious Sweets for
Tn most homes the holiday feasts are the big events of
the year. AH sorts of good things to eat are, provided.
But the desserts are most eagerly anticipated and most
critically judged. On them is lavished the greatest care
So it is important that only the best quality of cane
sugar be used for sugar is the vital ingredient of des
serts, not only because it makes them so delicious, but also
because sugar is, in itself , a wholesome, energizing food.
mam ntort svoAS-cuce
gyTRA FINEJ IJ
IV ""- "IS "2
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VUAJ RCriNINU -)
3el U 8. 6. 1 0, 3 aad SO Ik.
Here are a few cakes
and candies that are
easy to buy or to
make see how good
they are when made
Sugar or Franklin
Fudge, Caramels, Nut
Fondant, Angel Cake,
"A Franklin Sugar for every use"
Granulated. Dainty Lumps, Powdered, Confectioners
Sold In 3 end 8 lb. crteu ' H
packed at th tafisw r H
i in tin j' .hi wiwgMMygs mv
A special skating
boot of pearl calf,
with padded tongue
and laced to toe.
of i n
f n -'A
Dainty enough for an indoor
costume, with scrvlco added.
Other Skating Boots in QfT T) O. &( f(
Black and Tan Deerskin pO,0f OC pOeUU
Smart Boots, too, of just the right color and combination
Partu Slippers Gordon Silk Stockings all tn the
Gift List this year and all with utllltu added to beauty.
Let us help with your Xmas list from the wide choice
of useful gifts tn these two big shops.
Jhe Narper Shoe Go.
I0C2 CHESTNUT -5T. 1228 MARKET ST.
Aa a rule Dad gets
useless Xmas gifts.
This year mako it
Send him a 5 pound can. It will
xvccjj mum Ml a ijyai imiuui uiu.j
until after the time he's paid ft
the Xmaa bills you ran up on j
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