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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 02, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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choice of -which she alone-among" all
females is deprived, she" has the right
:o set a value-in money upon her
alighted affections.
Her affections are the tools of her
trade,.her means of livelihood. Dam
age to them is the most serious in
jury she can receive. So long as she
profits by their disposal she must be
damaged by their rejection.
The Baroness Kalinowski, and
other women like her, are just a
little more logical, a little more cold
blooded, if you like, a little more sor
did than millions of their sister wo
men, the pitiful peons of sex.
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