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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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haled to court on the change or T)Ig
amy, convicted and parolecl. That
was in 1910.
That didn't seem to cool the ardor
of her love, for she very soon con
cluded that, never Saving been legal-,
ly married to Hopkins, she had a per
fect right to exercise the privilege of
marrying again and her name be
came Mrs. William E. Chiveral.
A year, ago she evidently grew
weary of the name and left Chiveral,
who began suit for divorce, which
case is still pending. That didn't seem 1
to worry "ner In the least, for on Feb.
14 slie gave another section of her
heart to-John J. Pilachowski.
The news of the event reached the
waiting ears of Chiveral and he had
her arrested before the honeymoon
had fairly had time to reach the
first guarter. Anna was convicted of
holding the Maryland marriage rec
ord, both formally and informally;
and was sent to the penitentiary for
the purpose of protecting the sus
ceptible males of Maryland for the
next 18 months.

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