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Colorful traveler needs Lux to keep her silks, satins, and lace dainty and new through the longest vacations. Madame has given instructions to pack only the finest, the filmiest. The silk and valenciennes underthings and the sheerest of the stockings. The georgette frocks with their extravagantly simple air. Two favorite negligees and the loveliest of the blouses. .... At the first speck of dinginess in filet collar or cuff, Marie tosses the bveloved one into the big bowlful of Lux suds. The foamy bubbles cover it. Not so the bills for the staterooms for Madame and the men she picks up on the cruise, or the spare closet for Marie the maid. Published in the June, 1920 issue of the DELINEATOR.



Source: Mariangela Buch

Restoration by: Mariangela Buch