"WHOSE WIFE AM I?" ASKS WOMAN IN
PECULIAR TWIN BROTHERS' CASE
Miss Rosebud English, Who Was, and
Americus, Ga., March 2. Whose
wife am I, anyway?" Rosebud En
glish asks the courts of Georgia.
Once she was Mrs. Oliver; then she
was Mrs. James; now she is known as
Miss Rosebud English, the name she
had before she first sailed out over
turbulent matrimonial seas.
She divorced Oliver because she
thought he was his twin brother, who
Thinks She Still Is, Mrs. A. D. Oliver.
already had a wife, and married
James; she divorced James when she
found out that Oliver, was not his
twin brother, and thereforehad no
other wife at the time1 he "married
So it's up to the court to decide
the legal status of the former wife of
Alfred D. Oliver, now that he has
been released by the Mississippi au-
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