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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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MRS. GOULD, WHOSE SISTER MARRIED CHINA
MAN, DEFENDS ORIENTAL'S WIFE
Mrs. (Catherine Clemmons Gould, Wife of Howard Gould. This Is the First
Photograph Mrs. Gould Has Posed for in Years.
San Francisco, Cal. While testify
ing in her suit for slander, filed
against Harry Lewis, a Chinatown
guide here, Mrs. Howard Gould,
whose private income is more than
$100 a day, whose husband's nameis
world famous because of his wealth,
and whose sister is the wife of a Ce
lestial, threw back the veil which
shielded her face from the gaze of
the curious and with a scornful
glance at the man she was prosecut
ing broke her. silence of years regard
ing her feelings for Mrs, Wong Sun
Yue, the sister who married a San
Francisco . Chinese.
"I not only love my sister dearly,"
said Mrs. Gould, "but I like her hus
band, and have been calling on them
in their home in Chinatown almost
daily. If my sister wishes to live in
China with her husband it is her own
affair, and I for one do not condemn
her I admire her courage!"
To Mrs. Gould the pain caused by
her syster's marriage has vanished
and in its place has come respect for
her Oriental brofcer-in-law and sym-
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