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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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GIRL'S BEAUTY BRINGS DOWN HAND OF LAW
UPON MAN WHO MARRIED HER
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Reatha Watson, motion picture
queen, recently declared by a Los An
geles judge to be "too beautiful to
remain in a city unattended," came
into the limelight again a short time
ago when she married Lawrence P,
Converse, alias Max Lawrence, and
was taken from the train at Fresno,
CaL, in company with Converse and
returned to her parents in Los An
geles. Converse is already married, and
charges brought against him in thd
Los Angeles courts by his first wife
are now being resisted by both his
wives.
"Miss Watson and I agree perfect
ly that this case should not be prose
cuted," said Mrs. Converse No. 1.
"Are we friendly Ye-es, at least un
til this case is over. I bear her no ill
will." Miss Watson had complained that
she was being constantly annoyed by
mashers and it was when she had
haled one of the more persistent ad
mirers into police court that the judge
took official cognizance of her at
tractiveness. Later she returned to
Los Angeles, bring her parents with
her, and became involved matrimon-
iaUy-with Converse.
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