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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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MARRIAGE OF TWO DEAF MUTES ENDS IH -STRANGEST
DIVORCE ON RECORD
Mrs. Elsie, Thornton Hole.
SeattTe, Wash., April 28. One of
.the strangest divorces on record is ;
the decree recently granted fere io
Arthur B. Hbtelrom Elsie Thornt6n
3JoIe, both deaf mates, whose mar
riage .resulted after a f short cor
respondence and tne-imporunities of
friends. '
Pretty, petite MrsijHolejran artist's
model, slipped away after two weeks
6fnjugal life, leaving this note:
i4fDear Albert; I have gone away
Do not try to find me. I have nothing
against Tvou,, but do-notove you. as J
ahould-3jplsie."
At theiustance of mutual friends
here antl London, Hole and the girl
he waatp- niarry exchanged photo-
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