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another became a criminal, who. was
not taught better, and, above all,
none were t,o ride in their coaches,
but sanctimonious little prigs,-as they,
would now be styled.
As for the pictures", may I own that
I prefer the badly-drawn and' crudely-colored
productions of one' hun
dred years .'ago to the highly artistic
efforts which illustrate so many chi)
drenls books today.
"J don't see why you won't marry
me, I'm very well off.1' "So am I.
And -I realize it too well to make a
WINS WOMAN-HATER WITH PYSCHOLOGY,
Mrs. Lee Heath.
Los Angeles, Cal.f Jan. 26. Mrs. Lee- Heath, bride of Police Lieutenant
neath, a woman hater, won her husband through psychology.
"The psychology of similarities did it," she said. In temperament,
tastes. and habits of thought, my husband and I are exactly alike. The fact
that he was a 'w,oman hater' was-overcome By thisjstronger psychology."