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1 00 Per Cent, in Annual 

Dividends on Your 

Investment 




" She sits and sews 
While the Washer goes." 



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I HE hardest work that a woman has 
is washing. 

No matter whether you do it 
yourself or not, some woman does 
it. And it's work no woman 
should do. 

Domestic help dread it, and 
rightly. They will leave if there 
is too much of it. They are always 
contented if there is none of it. 
There should be none. 

Men have long learned how to lighten their 
labors by using mechanical helps. Now it is 
woman's turn. 

Electric light current or a water faucet can 
now do the work that women have done by ma n 
strength. 

Every housewife should employ these helps. 
Then there is no dread on anyone's part when 
washing day comes around. Washing becomes a 
simple matter. 

There is no reason in the world why women 
should work, as women have worked, to take care 
of the family washing. 

This Way Is Cheaper, Too 

Even though a motor washer doubled the ex- 
pense of the washing, it should still be used. But 
it doesn't. On the contrary, it pays for itself, over 
and over, in the saving of expense. 

The average family washing costs about $1.20 
per week, /ou may pay it to a washwoman ov 
pay it for help. The average expense, as we find 
it, is that. 

If you still employ a washwoman, this machine 
will save fully one-half of her time. That means 
60 cents per y^eek, or $30 per year. The washer 
will last you long enough to save several hundred 
dollars. 

But rnany housewives will dispense with the 
washwon-ian when they see how easily the work is 
done by this motor. Those housewives will save 
the whole $1.20 per week— $62.40 per year. And 
the saving will add no hard work to their duties. 



So, however you figure, you can see enough 
saving, right iiom the start, to know that the 
washer is economical. 

The saving can first go into paying for the 
washer. Then it goes, year after year, into profit. 

That is th^ way that mm figure. A farmer 
might say that a mowing machine involves some- 
thing of an investment. But he buys it because it 
is an economy. It does the work of ten men. 

Still a mowing machine works for but a brief 
season. A motor washer effects its saving every 
week of the year. 

Why should not women employ, as men do, 
the means at their command for saving labor and 
money? 

But Here Is the Greater Saving 

The most apparent saving, perhaps, is the sav- 
ing you make on wash bills. But the greater sav- 
ing, by far, is the saving on clothes. 

Clothes washed in this way will last twice as 
long— some of them four times as long— as when 
washed in the old way. 

The motor wr.sher doesn't wear clothes at all. 
The clothes are not rubbed. They are not even 
moved. The washing is done by forcing soap and 
water through the meshes of the cloth. 

The clothes come out without a thread broken, 
without an edge frayed, without a button loosened. 



Then the Motor Washer removes all tempta- 
tion to use chemicals. ^ 

You may think that your washwoman doesn t 
use chemicals now, but she probably does. Wash- 
ing is too hard in the old way, and chemicals do 

help out. 

Chemicals, as you know, destroy the fibre of 
cloth, while they destroy the dirt. 

The saving on clothes is the main saving that 
comes through this motor washer. But it isn't so 
apparent— so easily measured— as the saving on 
he cost of washing. 



During the life of this washer it will save the 
average family more than twenty times what it 
costs. 

Please Let Us Prove Our Claim 

What the "1900" Motor Washer will save you 
in work is apparent. 

But some women will say, Can I attcrd it i* 
Will it save money enough to permit me to save 

that work?" , , , . u xu 

That is the main point which we wish the 
washer to answer for itself. You can tell in a 
month, can you not ? 

Let us send you the washer you choose, and 
prepay the freight on it. You will be under no 
obligation. 

Use it for 30 days. Learn what it means to 
you. Figure the saving yourself. Then decide. 

If you then think that your money can be used 
to better advantage, send the washer back. 

Please don't hesitate to accept our offer. It 
seems like a risk for us, but it isn't. You would 
not let us take this washer back if it cost twice as 
much, when you use it. 

Here is something that saves a vast amount of 
labor. That makes drudgery almost fun. Yet it 
is cheaper to have it than to go without it. 

You know, as we know, that you are bound to 
have it, after you prove these facts. 



THE 1900 WASHER CO., 

357 Yonge Street, TORONTO, Ont- 

BRANCH OFFICES: 

664 St. Catherine St. W., MONTREAL. Que. 

374 Portage Avenue, WINNIPEG. Man. 

791 Granville St.. VANCOUVER. B.C. 



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