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VOL. 3, N0J43Q ' Chicaeo, Monday. March 2, 1914
IN PECULIAR TWIN
WIFE AM I?" ASKS WOMAN
s SodtherkiBeauty Recently- Gave Up Her Husband Be-
cause She Thought He Was His Twin Brother
-T" Now" She Has Changed Her Thoughts and'
Wants Him Back Again,; .
-AmericuKGaV, 'March 2. Whose
wife am JSnyway?"' Rosebud En
gTIshask4 thexourts of Georgia.
On0e;h.asMrs. Oliver; then she
was$frs?Jiimesrriowshe'"is known as
: MissRjtfsebuEnglisb, the name she;
. ha'dhefore .s;henrst sailed out oyer'
tutbufehk patrimonial seas. 1
--J .oliii 'i -T-
thqpgnte.yJaVliis twin brother, who
aradjT;h'adJ a wife, and married
.damesnqiyorcea dames wneasne
fpun,dojut. tiat Oliver was not, his
twjjPACpther and therefore had no
plrferfwife jattjie time he" married
her.,v t ' i
jSo AUsQpxigJihe ,cpurt to, decjde
the legal status of the tormer wife -of
Alfred. D, Oliver, now .that -he- has
been released by the Mississippi au
thorities on1 the .ground- that he is"
not L, X!. Harding, in whose name he
:was serving a penal sentence and
who, Oliver claims,, is his twin,
brother. " . 1
jbliver was .formerly a bank presi
dent According to him, it was hig'
half brother and nothimself who per
petrated the offenses that were "laid
at his door. He intends to enter, the
banking business again. His wife, or
former wife, has already entered" in
tp negotiations to see if he will allow
h'er to' return to him. ,
. "Our, marriage should jipt have
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