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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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cree showing her marriage to Murphy
illegal. Got decree; at once married
H. C. Kittlemann. She has 3-year-old
child.
Adolph W. Kausel in filing suit for
divorce said wife put love potions in
food and they made him violently ill.
Social centers have proven success
in 20 schools, says Sup't of Schools
Shoop.
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TRIB SUED FOR STORY WRITTEN
BY "TITLED" SCRIBE
When the Chicago Daily Tribune
takes it upon itself to call a man a
fake and pretender and when this
man claims to be a cousin to the
crowned heads of England, Spain
and Austria, trouble is liable to re
sult So when the Trib in its column
headed "La Marquise De Fontenoy,"
printed for highbrows with a taste
for royal scandal, called Rudolph
Francois Ghislain Hamilton De Lan
da Berghes St Wincok a pretender
he sued them for $50,000.
The story was printed just a year
ago yesterday. "La Marquise" said
that Rudolph had just come to this
country and was posing as the cou
sin of the reigning heads of England,
Austria and Spain, while he was
merely a pretender.
"La Marquise" then went on to
throw mud on the claims of Rudolph
as a bishop of the Old Catholic
church of Scotland. In fact, "La
Marquise" branded the Prince Ru
dolph Berghes St Wincok a fake.
The Prince Rudolph Francoise G.
H. De L. Berghes St Wincok set his
attorneys about investigating the ar
ticle which questioned his creden
tials. He found that the story hurt
his standing in American society;
New York highbrows were raising
their eyebrows and whispering be
hind their hands.
The Prince Rudolph, etc., also
found that the Brentwood Co., a syn
dicate, had sent the "La Marquise
De Fontenoy" dope all over the
country and that his social standing
would be hurt considerably.
So he asked Att'y Frederick Silber
of Chicago to sue the Tribune for
$50,000 and had other attorneys in
the east file similar actions against
other papers which printed the same
story.
. Att'y Silber says he has started an
investigation of the swell "La Mar
quise" and says he found that "La
Marquise" stuff is written by a man
named Phillip C. Owen. And a mar
quise is supposed to be a female per
son. Silber says that the Tribune will go
easy hereafter when its articles hit
men who have family connections
traceable back to the old guys who
wore tin plate helmets and led the
crusades.
QUITS SOCIETY TO DEVOTE LIFE
TO FIGHTING PLAGUE
LUCY V 5JJLLIVAM
She -will quit society to become a
crusader against tuberculosis. As
secretary of the Kalamazoo, Mich.,
Anti-Tuberculosis society she will
make the fight against the "white
plague" her life's worlq
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