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himself hopelessly cornered, snarls,
'It's your fault!'
"My husband and I would un
doubtedly have been lost to each
other if I had not done the proposing.
That is why I am proud of having
"The one who first realizes the
affinity of heart and soul should
make it known to the other. In a
majority of cases this realization
comes first to the woman."
Here is Mr. Boissevain's version' of
what happened when those three
never-to-be-forgotten proposals were
"I never had even thought of pro
posing to Inez Milholland because I
did not intend to marry. In general,
I do not approve of marriage as an
Yet Mr. Boissevain declares that
the happiness of their married life
and the fact that he still considers
his wife the most charming woman
in the world is due to frankness, hon
esty in telling him of her love and her
honesty in every other matter that
"I should feel the greatest disgust
for any woman who came to the real
ization that she was in love with
some man and yet was kept by cow
ardice and false pride from saying so.
"The courage of a woman who tells
a man she loves him commands
greater respect than any other thing
"Marriage is fully as much an eco
nomic matter as a thing of "sheer sen
timent, and the man and woman
should discuss all the advantages and
the disadvantages together before
binding themselves to each other. We
talked the matter over as we would
talk about any of the other important
things of life. I came to see that Inez
Milholland was right and we were
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says
it doesn't imagine the president's
bride got a great deal of German
POVERTY KILLS 300,000 BABIES
EVERY YEAR, HE CLAIMS
He is a student in infant welfare
and a director of the National Infant
Welfare society. "Poverty causes
the wholesale deaths of tiny babies,"
he points out and is working for a
living wage for fathers.
Nance O'Neil has left the Fox
forces and has joined Lubin.
Maurice Costello has just finished
a tragedy film for Vitagraph in which
he is a murderer for the 238th time
in his movie career.
Constance Collier, star of the
drama, has joined the Morosco
forces and will make her movie de
but in "Tongues of Men."
A picture of Arline Pretty, in which
she posed in scanty attire for a re
cent Vitagraph feature, has been,
chosen by the city of Brooklyn to
represent "Miss Brooklynite" - in an
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