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"WHEN WILL MAN PRACTICE LOYALTY IN
LOVE?" WHEN WOMAN DEMANDS IT
r BY IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
"When a business girl -writes that
she and a iharried man love each
other there isn't much sense in giving
her the advice she pretends to want.
She will npt heed it any more than
she will listen to the pleading of her
mother or the preaching of a minis
ter ora priest, or the opinion of the
family doctor. '
The only thing which -will affect
her and save her from tragedy is
I am printing today the "confes
sion of a man" which I consider the
most remarkable letter I have ever
received in tens of thousands "han
dled yearly. It is the most convinc
ing warning- which could possibly be
printed in reply to scores of tempted
"Dear Mrs. Gibson I am a busi
ness man, 35 years of age. Ten years
ago I was married. "While the girl
and I never seemed to love each oth
er extravagantly we got along "hap
pily together. "We have a son eight
"My business increased and five
years ago I employed a girl for office
work. It was a case of love at first
sight for both of us.
"I became so infatuated with her
that my business suffered. I prom
ised her everything that love and
money could provide. Now she is an
"I resize that according to "the.
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