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TABLOID FORM&IG TYPE EASY TO READ
THE DAY BOOK
5ogsa PEORIA ST
TEL. MONROE 353
VOL.2,NCn69 Chicago, Wednesday, Dec 18, 1912, QNE CENT
LOUIS WINSCH WANTS HIS.$5OO,Q0Q WIFE BACK,
. THOUGH SHE'S MARRIED TO ANOTHER t
Asls That Her Divorce prom1 Him1 Be Annuled--She's
Twenty-five, But He Calls Her "ilust a
Thoughtless Little Child.'!
"But I want my wife" back." '
"But she is married to another
man now' Judge Gibbons.
"I wouldn't cafe ttjshewerej
married to six other men. She is
just a. thoughtless little ehrlc and
I want her back." Winsch.
Louis "Winsch, theramaticj
actrfr, is determined -fb carry lus
fight for his $50p,000 wife to the
suprenie court if necessary.,;
Wirisch's wife in a -manner of
sneaking was Dorothy Regal,
niece of the late Governor McMil
lan,, of Kentucky. fler.homefe in
'Atlantic City excegi fgr diprce'
jujgoses She is prominent in
eastern society. '
fc She now is Mrs J- J. Collins,
second wife of the president afj
theWhitney TheatrjcaL o.
Winsch and Dorothy Regal
were wedded "uiitil death t did
them part" at Atlantic City ftef
a romantic courtship two years
Everything, was. fine and lovely
with theacter and his heiress
bride until Mrjs. Winsch met Col-
lins, which' calamity, from the
viewpoint of Winsch, occurred
around the heginning of this year.
Collins was then married, his
wife being Adele -Oswald) the Chi
cago musical' comedy -actress.
, Collins got, a divorce from
Adele in February and two
jnonths later Dorothy decided
that deatbf was not, getting oft
the parting job fast enough.
Getting a divorce in Atlantic
City is not the easiest thing in
the world. Dorothy decided it
Would-be foolish, to try, and breez
ed up to Chicago
She filed, jSjgit "for divorce in
Judge Gibbons'" court, 'naming1
several women, and incidentally
giving Chicago as her legal resi
dence, She got -the divorce, ant she