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Beginning on January 1 last, all couples applying for marriage licenses in Milwaukee were presented with a printed list of "dont's." This is a sequel to the Wisconsin eugenics law, which, will-become theoretically effective at New York, despite the doctors' revolt. The following are some of the maxims for husbands: — Don't argue. ■, Don't be boss. Don't try to show your importance. Don't forget who you are, and who your «wife is. ' Don't be deceitful. Don't be selfish. Don't be a spendthrift or tightwad. Don't forget that your wife's mother is the same to your wife as yours is to you. Don't forget church. Don't forget that the man worth while is the man who can smue ' when everything goes dead ' wrong. Don't stay at home all the time. j Don't let'your wife go through your ' pockets. Don't have an affinity. Don't forget to wipe your boots before entering the house. ■ I Don?t butt in. | Don't let your wife vote.

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"DONT'S" FOR HUSBANDS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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"DONT'S" FOR HUSBANDS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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