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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 19, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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family skeleton," said Miss Meadows.
"If the woman of today the free
woman loves a man, mock-modesty
will not seal her lips and keep her
love a secret. She meets him at least
half way, she doesn't hesitate to
acknowledge her love. The usual
courtship of a woman by a man,
however, has as little to do with the
'love of today' the real love as
with the hawk's pursuit of a spring
"The woman of today has kicked
over the pedestal on which the wom
an of yesterday posed, -she has come
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Love has found a new partner her
name is Reason. "
Love has found a new soulmate
ier name is Truth.
Love has found
But let Miss Dorothy Meadows, fa
mous feminist herself tell you about
the new pholosophy of love, the
"Love of Tbday," which this student
of love and Its problems makes the
theme of many books and lectures.
"The woman of today is not
ashamed of love in that she differs,
from the woman of yesterday, who
hid her romance in a closet with the
down to earth beside her mate. She
wants his love, but she spurns his
make-believe worship.
"The 'love of today must find a
new moral standard. The ascetic
woman may be as immoral as the li
centious man; neither are normal,
neither have a place in nature's
scheme of living. If his wife is his
mate, man will never dally in the
primrose path seeking an affinity.
Like the sultan of Turkey, some men
marry often and never have a real
"The 'love of today.'" concluded
Miss Meadows, "can never be under-
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