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""WHY I'M IN LOVE WITH MY STENOGRAPHER!"
BUSINESS MAN TELLSTHE MAN'S SIDE
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BY IDAH McGLONE GIBSON
There are. two sides to every story.
However prejudiced we may be, we
must agree to that We have read
with interest the girl's side of the
question as tq whether a girl should
receive the attentions of her employ
er, and the arguments were .good.
But this story, as all others, must
have another side.
A business man voluntarily
throws a little light upon that side
in the following letter which I found
In my mail this morning. Besides
being interesting, it will prove of
benefit to wives who are eleven t
ejiough to read between the lines.
' Dear Madam I read your article"
and noted especially the story told by
the stenographer who is in love with "
her employer. It's a sure-enough
hard-luck story. But what about
the employer's side?
I'm a man similarly situated, and '-,
I want to tell .you a true story too
true, in fact,' for my peace of mind.
To begin at the. start, I married
Twhen just 21. "We hay,e two children -
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