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POLICE - SEARCH FOR HOYNE TAKES A RAP
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VOL.3, NO. 148 Chicago, Monday, March 23, 1914
SHALL WIVES FORGIVE? AUTHORITY
SAYS EMPHATICALLY NO!
Corra Harris, Author of "The Recording Angel," Dis
cusses Great Problem of the Unfaithful Husband
She Also Tells Where Wives Sin, Too,
New York, March 23. Should a
wife forgive the husband who has
been unfaithful to her?
I have never been able to find more
than one7 answer to this question a
sharp and decisive "NO!"
But because Mrs. Corra Harris,
author of "The Recording Angel,"
"In Search of a Husband" and other
brilliant novels, once' wrote a book
in which a woman did forgive her
husband for violating his marriage
vows, "I asked, her to discuss that
I have admired Corra Harris a long
time, for she has a star-lit style. I
had pictured her as little and brisk.
But I found her a tall, golden-haired
southern woman in middle life,
graceful and languorous of move
ment and with a marvelous cream
white skin that suggested gardenia
"It is no wife's business to forgive.
Forgiveness is God's business," Mrs.
Harris replied in a deep .contralto
"But is a woman's business to ex
amine and consider what her own
sins against marriage may have .been