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NQQtf EDITION NOON EDITION
MEN JUMP TO DEATH TIRED OF MEN AND
in sp. Louis fire sweatshops, girl
YEGGS ARE BLAMED ' TAKES HER LIFE
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran,
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Tel. Monroe 353.
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VOL.3, NO. 136 Chicago, Monday,. Marcft 9 1914;
"MIND LOVE" CAUSED DIVORCE SUIT
"IS 'MIND LOVf ftjSSIBLE?"
Nix'ola Greeley-Smith Says With Women Love Begins In
the Mind, and With Men It Finishes There "A
Man Loves a Woman's Mind Last"
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH
New York," March 9. Mrs. Lois
Burnett Rantoul,-a granddaughter of
Poet Lowell, sued her. husband for
divorce because of, a disagreement"
brought on by her acknowledg
ment to him that she ioved Chester
C. Rumrill.a wealthy yachtsman of
Boston and New York. The love she
felt for Mr. Rumrill was, however,
"purely mind love,-" Mrs. Rantoul de
clared. I wonder if there really is such a
thing as mind love between a man
and a worrian"? -
d'nly'hnman beings who shut their
eyes to the obvious truth can deny
that a married-man may find women'
other than his wife intellectually
stimulating and that the most de
Voted housewife and mother is men
tally benefited by intellectual friend
ship with other men.
The pall of Puritanism lay over the;
United States so long that it is only
within the last 20 years that the mar
ried woman in America has been con
ceded the right to be more attractive
than the lady of old Japan who
shaved her eyebrows and blackened
her teeth as soon as she became a