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q;; rameat. .it doesn't trnatte&wjrtait;
so. long as you keep ,hjm hangthg
around the house. For jealousy is the
faithful hound of love and should Be
as unshakable as Fjdo, the wolf at
the door, is for most of us most of
Frances Starr,., now twinkling, in
"The Secret," a piay.wtiichpicturjes
the havoc wrought, by a wife's jeal
ousy in her own life and in the, liyes
of others, entertains these opinions!
"A little jealousy is an. excellent
thing in marriage," she remarked to
me the other day. "It is, the spice of
domesticity, don't you think so?"
"If it is, more power to , it," I an
swered", "fojr one.p the things that
every woman knows and .dqesn't tell
her husband is that unmitigated do
mesticity is about as spicy as a boiled
"A little jealousy ,1s an excellent
thing," she reiterated. -"reaver,
men expect, it pf lis. f I don't think
there is anything ja,iuan eajoysmoire
than a jealous scene jmade. by his
wife, unless iit is a jealous ragejnto
which he h'as jwbrk' ed hiielf-A good
wife should provide, her .hushand with
both sensations,. Jeijpusyis tfi mar
riage whatcbmpe.tition,is to. trade, or
was until the trusts Sid away with
"But, aftall, isn't marriage, itself
a sort of heart-trust, whichrfrf)m its
very nature as a monotjojy,,siiuts out
competition?" I interrupted. .
"Actual competition, Tyes" Ipiisiir
Starr replied, "but not.tlie; appear
ance of it I am very sqriypfdr,tiie
wife who doesn't know upugh to b
jealous of her husband, or at Jpast jto
pretend to be, and I agrgiit it, must P9
difficult sometimes to be : Jealoiiij qf
a perfectly trashed usbaud svith
whom she eats breakfast and dihnelr
365 days in the year.
"But she must do the best she can.
Her husband expectsjt Qf her,,and,tie
will be very much disappointed if she
doesn't, provide ..him with a, jealous
pang or two on his own account."
NO I fcjp J5fFE?AqiST SEQ! .,
A NATIOKi-WIDfe CAMPAIGN
Mm Irving C.tfstfc
..Ibariy, N. Y.-Mrs. Cpire Chap
ma Catt lead the' army of suf
frage bratp's who ari.to invade the
non-suffrage, states between now and
the Jtfoyember eletf bhs. Every non
suffrage stateVaudfjier.are 40 of
them will be vMt&jxy ttie suffrage
campaigner. Suffrage schools will be
held for womeii platforrb, speakers.
Mrs. Catt 4s already at work in New
-.IJe waa-oneot tse -.fresh young
men, giy.en,tp the use of stale slang.
At; the, jifeaMast table, desiring the
"bfiase the cow down this way, '
."Her,e, .Jane," said" he Jbparding
house mistress, "take the cow down
to where the calf is b'awlihg." N. Y.