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DOCTORS' JEALQUS WJVES HAVE J ters-rthey aro all handed out with
F "DSk I
Dr. Warren Brown.
Berkeley, Cal. Discussing the Car
man murder case: Mrs. G. Vere Ty
lor, -widow of a prominent New York
physician, stated recently that thou
sands of wives of physicians can
stretch out their hands in sympathy
to Mrs. Carman, accused of murder,
and understand completely the pain
Dr. Warner Brown, eminent psy
chologist and professor at the Univer
sity of California here, says that doc
tors' wives have no grounds upon
which to be jealous.
He said: "Sympathy, pills and plas-
equal sangfroid'by the doctor to hfe
"If a doctor be thrown into more
direct touch with the same women,
they are not therefore the more likely
to justly arouse the jealousy of the
doctor's wife. For a medico's view-'
point is so broad and his knowledge
of both men and women so compre
hensive that no situation is likely to
arouse in him the slightest feeling.
Doctors view their patients and their
patients complaints from a matter-of-fact
angle. They are apt to be
surfeited with the unusual to such a
degree that it is no longer novel."
HIGH PYTHIAN HONORS FOR
Terre Haute, nd. Known as the
"diamond winner" in the Uniform
Rank. Knights of Pythias, Capt. A. C,
Duddleston of this- city received hirlj
honors at the enc&mpment here.
Having captured two medals for best
leadership, Duddleston was barred
this year from competition.
Palestine this year exports nearly
6,000,000 pounds Of almonds.