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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 14, 1912, Image 13

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And Now Amencan-Gifl-WJife,.of Brqwnan.MustEarn Living
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Mrs. Mina Minthorn Torikai.
J Seattle, Wash., Feb. 14. "Jap
anese men do not make good hus
bands for American women."
Mrs. Mina Minthorn Torikai.
"American women do not make
good wives for Japanese men."
Kenzo Torikai. . ,
Two young people;tried a dan
gerous experiment. They thought,
.they could defy-the,wisdomof the'
ages by marrying she an Amer
ican girl,;he a Japanese.
For nearly ' four years they
clung. desperately to the hope
that, somehow; some time, the ex
periment would succeed, though
always the truth was before
.them. ; "1 respect her," says Torikai.
"He was always good to me,"
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