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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1912, Image 7

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his morning slumtfer was dis
turbed, and he would never think
of making her unhappy all day
because he was cross when he
left, but he would give her his
biggest kiss 'and happiest smile
to help her work the better.
Poor John! He is peeved be
cause he is stupid and does not
understand, and Mrs. John, does
not tell him, for she wants to sur
prise and make him happy-on
Easter morning with the gown
t and hat she "made all by herself
for such little money,' too," she
. So, just a word to John. If
things don't go just right at home
for the next two weeks, be patient
and, if possible, take a peepMnto
the sewing room when nobody is
looking, for who can guess what
is going on there and what revela
tions Easter morning will bring.
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"Young Man" writes: I am in
love with a girl, and we were en
gaged, but my mother objected to
my marrying her, so I quit the
girl. Was I right? Should I
write to her? I try to keep away
from her, because T'love her so.
Am I right? I earn $80 a month.
Will' that keep us two?I go" to
theaters with other girls, and
leave my loved one at home, at
my mother's reqtiest. Am I right?
Do yott really think a young man
should listen to his mother? My
loved one is heartbroken. Should
I go back to her? If you are of
age, you should not be interfered
with in such a matter. No man
should let his parents or anyone
else choose his wife for'him. If
you and this girl trjily love each
other, and are of-a suitable age
to marry, you should tell your
mother, kindly but firmly, that
youlnean to act ,for yourself in
this matter. On $80 a month the
,two of you should be able to man
age, with economy. But, even
if you do not marry just ,yet, be
loyal to the girl you love, and who
loves you, though the whole
world be against you and her! If
she cannot depend on you now,
how could she after marriage?
"Worried" says he has been en
gaged to a young lady for the last
two years, and has deferred his
wedding on account of her ill
health. Would you-'advise us to
marry, or wait? I would advise
you to wait until the young lady;
recovers her health.
Edward J. Cuddihy, N. Y., was
robbed of his pocketbook con
taining $1,500 while dining at
fashidnable restaurant with. Cap
tain of Police Dominick Henry.
Francois Poulet, 93, and his
wife, 87, have petitioned for di
vorce at Paris on grounds of in
compatibility. They have been
married for 37 years.
Rev.- Mabel R. Witham, Bos
ton, wants to correct evils of
world by having pastors refuse to
marry couplesmnless they prove
ohysical fitness, financial inde
pendence, and, on the part of the
bride, ability to cook

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