List of Works.
slaughtered — which it seldom is ! ! A fact for Legislation — How
a wicked cook magnetically injures our food. Ethereal action of
Love. An Extraordinary Love Mystery revealed. How Sloven¬
liness kills affection! The Suffrage Problem. The New Depart¬
ure. About Relationship, very curious! Touch! Good women
get the worst husbands ; Bad men, the worst wives. The general
mixed-upness. Boy and Girl love. Something for everybody.
Chap. XX. —The Girl and Bride of the Period. What's up?
Why Honeymoons turn bitter so quickly! Curious causes of Fe¬
male Whims and Oddities. Scarcity of real Friendship. The
Love Key. The Seven Devils. The King Passion. Amative
Love Passion beyond the grave!! Woman's Grand Power. Ben
Eli's Marrowy letter.
Chap. XXL — Dead-level love. Tiffs and spats. Husbandic
Rules, which husbands neglect — and pay for doing it. Married
celibates. Angularities. More about Eyes. Blondes and Bru¬
nettes— their relative love-power and value as Wives — A very
curious analysis worth mucli to those concerned!! Black Eyes,
and the " De'il." Blondes resist outward pressure better than
Brunettes. Brunettes fall from within quicker than Blondes. Why,
in both cases. Singular ! Astounding theory concerning Brunettes
Have they all Black man's blood in their veins ? The question and
its answer ! Blondes love more than one — at one time. Brunettes
one only, — their Fire-Packed Souls! Their relative love and
revenge power ! A Brunette's love. Its intensity. Blonde-love —
its superior delicacy. Disadvantages of the Ruddy. Brunette love,
•Sew, .--Subduing; Blonde love, Soul-Subduing! Brunettes never
vampiral. ' Blondes are, and a startling fact;! Their relative im¬
munity from varied diseases! A widow's and widower's chances
of marriage better than those of single persons! Curious reasons.
Cotton-Aids. Flow to win a true man! A " Case." Male Vam¬
pires. Little women have advantages. Why ? Reconstruction of
Dead-Loves. How ? Loftier Gospel. New England Love ! Com¬
parative deaths of the wives of light and dark men. Whose
children live longest — and Why !
Chap. XXII. — How we sigh for the old loves ! Prodigal Wives