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MATE LOVE IS FINE, BUT WHO'LL WASH
DISHES? ASKS MAN SEEKING A WIFE
! AM LOOKING TO A GIRL "WHO IS WOT AFRAID
TO DO HER OWN HOU5EWOEK V SAYeS A.C
BY WINNIE LEE.
Women who are doing the most
brilliant and original literary work of
the day are all busily expounding love.
While they write for the informa
tion and reformation of man, most of
their effort is wasted. While they talk
of the "soul mate" and "mate love,"
the ordinary man continues to de
mand a helpmate, and to wonder why
the model wife is so hard to find.
The following-letter is a delightful
exposition of what the average man
wants. The writer refuses to look
upon life as a continuous vaudeville
performance, and a perpetual tango
tea. I cannot pretend to solve this
most difficult of modern problems for;
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