E.D. Voorhees, of H.M. Voorhees & Brother is 1 of 5 people asked by a Times reporter about moths & clothes....

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And They Said A A Times reporter asked^flve persons tf they. believed in the^ custom of hanging clothing out "to prevent ·' from destroying the'garments, and . a .preventative- against pest infection. THE ANSWERS. Constable Leo Clancy, Forst-Richey 'Building--"Banging garments mil the air and sunshine surely has t e n d e n c y ' t o j?et r i d ' are children of darkness and do thrive in air and sunshine." Thomas E. Cope, contractor, 9S2 I-'airmount Avenue--"Ask the women . t h a t question; how do. you men to know?" William Burroughs, Jr., plumber, 14^S ;tfouth Hroad Street--"Surely. The old custom of airing cloth. cloth. ing keeps, tho garments free' of j»ests. Moths harbor in dark places ftnd air and sunshine does away r any kind o'f bugs:" , . ' . E. D. Voorhees, of the. firm of H. M. Voorhees Brother--"It's danser- · .oua to hang colthing out to air it season of the year because it IH that the.' moth miller^ lays Jl.s egcs. --whith-later"KHfc'Ii wTien the. clothing -is'in the .house. The. moths then the garments. It's an erroneous idea to put clothes in the, open for the purpose of avoiding mothd. Its the with furs, to keep them In good condition they sbetfld be cleaned arid placed in cold storage." George Toiigasj electrician. Grand Theatre--"To a certain extent tho custom of putting clothes'out ih the air, will rid them of moths. Moths flourish 'where there is no air or sun- shine." ,

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 08 Apr 1921, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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