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"MILLION-DOLLAR ALIMONY QUEEN" MARRIES
HER SOLDIER BOY
A beautiful woman called the "mil
lion dollar alimony queen" has mar
ried her soldier boy.
Mrs. Freen B. Nulsen is now the
wife of a captain in the 'Missouri mi
litia and formerly of the Austrian
Mrs. Nulsen was divorced from L.
B. Reakirt, son of the richest wom
an in Ohio, and owner of a $20,
000,000 estate at Cincinnati, on
which he has a private swimming
Before her marriage to him she
was Miss Edna Shea, and was known
in Winona, Wis., a summer colony,
as the '.'lady of the lake." Her di
vorced husbands settled $1,100,000
on her and her son.
"I wish her all the happiness in
the world," says Reakirt
Capt Nulsen, when in the Aus
trian army, was decorated by Kaiser
Franz Josef with the "sign of honor."
His honeymoon will be shortened so
he can rejoin his regiment on the
Judge Steers of Brooklyn, N. Y.f
rules that a husband may legally
spank a wife who refuses Kisses.
ARABIA SUNK TWO LOST
London, Nov. 8. The Peninsular
and Oriental liner Arabia, sunk by a
submarine, was torpedoed without
warning, the British admiralty an
nounced today. Two lives were lost"
when the vessel went down.