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terest of men. in you as a -woman?"
"Sometimes," she answered, some what wistfully. "I have met men that were so square and fine that I won dered if they knew me as a woman if they would care for me." "I should think it wouldibe hard to break up the association of years be tween you and Miss White." TWO THURS NOON MAIN "It is, and I should be with her yet had she bee.n good to me, but when her ungovernable temper breaks loose it is impossible to live in the same house with her." "However, I should have" thought as clever a woman as you would not have made the mistake of 'marry ing,' " I said. ( i "Well, it was a rather silly 'thing to do, wasn't it?" Cora answered with a"Ttlnd of why smile, "but -put your self 'in toy place. Dorothy Kleiiowski said she loved me, my vanity was touched, I encouraged her, and' when at last she told me that she would not stay at home any longer, I must take herewith me, I married.her. Remem ber'l was posing as a man.. I could not take heT into my boarding' house Unless I married her or gave' myself away. I thought Marie, who had 'kept our secret so long, would do so uhtil the end. "Dorothy was perfectly innocent. She did not know I was a woman. I made her think that there was some reason why I could not live with Tier as a husband, and, 'notwithstanding the eugenic certificate, the child thought I had some physical trouble. She is a good girl, and I am sorry that I have given her this unpleasant notoriety." , Cora Anderson is by education, en Vironment, thought and action a man. The accident of birth counts for little in her case. Never leave piano or organ open at night or when not in use. Change of temperature, especially damp weather, injures the tone and qual ity of strings. MY I;IFE AS-A-MAN! CORA ANDERSON IS WRITING HER "CONFESSIONS FOR ' 'THE'DAYBOOK JUT i Cora Anderson as Man and Woman. THE FIRST CHAPTER WILL BE IN. TOMORROW'S DAY BOOK Cora Anderson will tell the story of her life for 13 years as a man, dur ing which time one woman posed as "his" wife and. another "he" really married.. -1 m 1 A J ffwf JSAjjig!tegtfe. JJtfJbd'fcg. :