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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 09, 1912, Image 30',
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BILLIE BURKE WRITES ON JEALOUSY.
Theificst'word Jealousy is the
vampire-which feeds on happi-
One of the greatest faults a
v.oman' has to guard against is
jealousy. I know nothings which
will sjo quickly spoil the disposi
tion and content of a young girj
astto indulge habitually hrthis
-One-should always remember
To be jealous of another be
cause that one has more of this
world's wealth and prestige is to
tacitly admit that one is inferior,.
Thesight of the possessions of
others should spur us to greater
endeavor to obtain them for our
selves and we should try and find
out how the other obtained them.
Jealousy is a sure annihilator of .
happiness as well as of one's
beauty. To be jealous of pne's
lover is to create suspicion and
discontent, and suspicion and dis
content not only spoil one's dis
position,' but one's complexion, as
well. Jealousy-has always seemed
to me to be such a little, mean
j characteristic that I should fight
against it with all my strengtn as
I would be broader, greater and
more sincere in my reaching out
for that which is best for me.
Just one last word Jealousy is
perhaps the greatest cause of un
happiness on this earth.
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that one receives in this world not
according to one's need, but ac
cording -to one's merit.
The girl who receives love and
friendship you may be sure gives
it out in fullest measure.
"Pretty dull and monotonous
out this way, isn't it?" remarked
"Not always," replied the quiet
native. "By gum! this country'll
be stirred up purty consid'ble'in
a few weeks." '
"You don't say so! Riots?",
"No; spring ploughin'."
"mad dogs" are. just
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