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Consolations of Vanity

Did you ever think that vanity was the consolation prize of life?

From The Washington Herald, April 25, 1919.
By Dorothy Dix.

A Few Kind Words

Is it proper for a husband who loves his wife dearly, and admires her very much, to praise her to her face, or should he remain silent and keep his good opinion of her to himself?

From The Washington Herald, April 9, 1919.
By Dorothy Dix, The World’s Highest Paid Woman Writer

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From the Evening Herald, September 7, 1918. By Dr. Frank Crane.