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to prove to my husband how much I
loved him. I didn't want a secret
marriage, but he insisted that it was a
test of my love, and so I finally
"Then, after marriage, I waited on
him hand and foot. My one idea was
to make him comfortable and happy.
That was my second mistake.
"The first lay in not making bJm
wait for me nd thus prove HIS love.
The second is not requiring some at
tention arid waiting on MB.
"During our married life he didn't
buy me a single dress or garment.
"Instead of demanding those things
and surely the demand would have
been reasonable and modest enough
I forced a smile."
Mrs. Legerton is preparing herself
for stenography to support herself
and child after the divorce proceedings.
HER ADVICE TO BRIDES
Don't worry about proving your
love; let the man do the proving.
Don't play "slavey" to your hus
band. It spoils him belond all matri
Lethim do part of the "waiting""
Expect and require your share of
the family funds.
Any husband will love you better
and treat you with more respect if he
is required to live up to his obligation.
He'll think more of you and more of
himself as well.
SEAMEN'S BILL GETS CHANCE
Washington, Dec. 31. The senate
commerce committee, by a vote of
8 to 5, today removed the LaPollette
seamen's labor bill from the pigeon
hole in which It has been lying since
last session. The bill now goes to
conference, its passage having been
made possible by the amending of
the London sea safety treaty.
Minneapolis. Wm. Crossmand, 50.
found dead from asphyxiation.
TERRE HAUTE AT LAST iS'WISE
Terre Haute, lnd.f Dec 31. On the
last day of a year marked by charges
of election corruption, rioting and
bloodshed at the polls, and climaxed
by Interference on a grand scale by
the United States-'dlstrict court, citi
zens of-this city, known variously as
"Tne Hut," and the "little Gotham of
the west," today pledged themselves
to cleanse Terre Haute of its black
This resolve was stiffened by the
knowledge that, from the mayor
down, the city administration was
under federal indictment for con
spiracy to defraud the United States
government ,at the polls and that Vigo
county s Judge and sheriff were sim
ilarly indicted. In all, 110 Terre
Hautians have been arested on that
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