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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 08, 1912, Image 15

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I am a youngs woman. I have
been married four years, but have
no children. I love my husband
dearly, but I feel that' he does not
care for me. He is at home with
me evenings, but there is a part
of his days that I do not know
about. Recently I heard some
thing about him' and when I ask
ed him about.it he denied at first,
but later admitted it. How can
I get him to love me again? A
A. : If your husband does not
love you, why did he marry you?
Of course he loves you. Don't
imagine thingsand accuse him
men have "been driven to wrong
in just this way. And above all
don't listen to tales others bring
to you about your husband. None
but a tale-bearer and mischief
maker would go to a wife with
tales about her husband, and
such people should be positively
discouraged, and forbidden the
house. Try to b ehappy just be
lieve that your husband does love
you, and remember that if anyone
were to come to him with talqs
about you, he probably would
thrash them, and he certainly
would not listen to them.
Have given my friend ties and
a neck scarf for Christmas gifts,
but he never wears them. Would
you advise me to ask him wh he
never.wears them? D. M.
A. : No, for he would not give
3-ou the true reason-i-which prob
ably is because his tastes and
jours do not agree.-
(1) I am 16. Am I not old
enough to go to picture shows
with a young man? (2) Is it ab
solutely wrong for girls to flirt
and spoon? Blonde.
A.: (1) If an older woman is
with you. (2) Girls who permit
familiarities from boys never
have their respect, but are uite
apt to be referred tq as "soft" or
"spoony" or "mushy." How
would you like that? Not an en
viable reputation, is it?
' o o
On the fist tpage the
headlines ten
How half a million dollars has
been spent
By a rich man to buy a strand of
To be his wife's grand Christ
mas ornament.
Hidden inside, a little item says
A woman, robbed of the last
tithe of hope,
Starved and defeated, killed her
self last night,
Strangling life out of her with1
a rope.
The world duns on but what
will you and I
Answer when God at last shall,
ask us, brothers,
"Why did a necklace gem one
woman's neck,
While a rough hempen cord
tortured another's?" v
Many people keep their anger
in vacuum bottles.
When your friends are a trial
to you, you have no appeal

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